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If you can’t start your day without coffee, a single-serve brewer can make it easy to brew yourself a fresh cup. Amazon’s best-selling single-serve coffee machine by Keurig has over 40,000 five-star ratings praising it for its ease and durability.
The Keurig K-Classic Coffee Maker is a no-frills machine that gets the job done. It’s been around for a few years, but it’s still one of Keurig’s best. To use, simply fill the water reservoir, insert a K-Cup and select your brew size.
Shop: Keurig K-Classic Coffee Maker, $79 (Orig. $89.99)
It brews fresh coffee in less than one minute, from a 6-ounce to 10-ounce cup. However, the machine has a large 48-ounce removable water reservoir, so you can brew at least six cups of coffee before you have to refill the tank.
You can use K-Cups, which are Keurig’s coffee pods, or for a more sustainable and less expensive option, use traditional ground coffee in a reusable K-cup filter.
Shop: Reusable K-Cups For Keurig Brewers, Pack Of 4, $9.95
“The simplest brewer in the Keurig line, but the most durable and handles a wider variety of cup heights. It also accepts reusable K-Cup pods, whereas [some] other models do not. Bought one for my office in 2013, still going strong,” wrote one Amazon reviewer in 2018.
“This is affordable, compared to the other models. It’s nothing fancy, but it does the trick! It gives me great coffee, and is really easy to use. Highly recommend if you are looking for a basic, affordable version of the Keurig,” wrote another reviewer in 2020.
The Keurig K-Classic Coffee Maker regularly retails for $89.99, but it’s currently on sale for $11 off on Amazon for a limited time. If you need a simple coffee machine that brews fresh coffee fast, this is it.
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