Ever heard of My Cap?

by Linda Clark
(Huntsville, AL)


QUESTION:


This is the URL for a cap that allows one to reuse Keurig K-cups. It works great and allows you to use your favorite coffee bean. I came to your site to find a good grinder and just thought your readers might enjoy knowing how they could reuse those K-cups and save a little stress on the environment.

http://www.my-kap.com/MYK/

ANSWER:


Linda, hi

Looks like a neat idea, even if a little hard work. Have you tried it yourself?

Nick

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Nov 17, 2009
I've used the Caps
by: Anonymous

They are great for brewing your own ground coffee. this also helps with the cost.

Jan 11, 2009
k-kap
by: rachel

k kap works very well for keurig coffee maker.works best with fine ground coffee.buy several and fill your cups so they are ready to use

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