FAQ - Won't My Keurig Poke a Hole in the Mesh of the OneCup?

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Q: Won't my Keurig poke a hole in the mesh of the OneCup?

A: If your Keurig brewer uses a standard K-cup, our single serve OneCup is compatible and there is no need for the needle to puncture the mesh since the water will flow through the filter, unlike the PODs that require a hole to be punched in the plastic. You do not need to remove the needle, the needle will not reach the bottom of the mesh filter.

 

 

4 comments

  1. Claudette 31 December, 2014 at 07:22 Reply

    I am looking for a new coffee maker that will work with your pods and would like to get away from k brand like Hamilton beach or something else can you help me

    • Mike 31 August, 2015 at 09:01 Reply

      I have a Hamilton Beach FlexBrew and it works perfectly with the OneCup pods! Also works with plastic K-Cups and – BONUS – your own ground coffee! Much more versatile than a Keurig machine, and at half the price, too!

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