GoodCups Reusable K-Cup Review

GoodCups Reusable K-Cup
Overall Rating
85
Performance (40%)
85
Design & Features (20%)
84
Durability (20%)
85
Ease of Use (10%)
88
Brand Reputation (10%)
83
The Bottom Line
One of the most inexpensive options, the GoodCups Reusable K-Cup has the same design as leading models but doesn't perform quite as well, letting too many grounds into your cup. Still, it's inexpensive and gets the job done.
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Key Features of the GoodCups Reusable K-Cup

Key Features of GoodCups Reusable K-Cup

  • Compatibility: Keurig 1.0, Keurig 2.0, new K-Classic Series brewers except K-Mini, K-Mini Plus, and K-Duo
  • Material: BPA-free plastic with metal mesh
  • Guarantee: None

GoodCups Reusable K-Cup Overview

GoodCups Reusable K-Cups are compatible with all Keurig 1.0 and 2.0 machines as well as the new K-Classic Series (except the K-Mini, K-Mini Plus, and K-Duo).

They have the same basic design as most other reusable K-Cups:

  • Sealable lid
  • BPA-free plastic filter basket with mesh lid

Where the GoodCups version falls short is the mesh's permeability. It lets too many coffee grounds through and into your cup.

Other reusable K-Cups above work with paper filters for a cleaner cup, but with the GoodCups Reusable K-Cup you really need them.

Pros
  • Same design as other reusable K-Cups, including a well-sealing lid and BPA-free plastic
  • Compatible with almost every Keurig coffee maker
Cons
  • Lower-quality construction and more prone to warping
  • Mesh lets too many grounds through, so you really need the paper filters

Is the GoodCups Reusable K-Cup for you?

Is GoodCups Reusable K-Cup for you?

GoodCups Reusable K-Cup Review: An In-Depth Look

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GoodCups Reusable K-Cup
One of the most inexpensive options, the GoodCups Reusable K-Cup has the same design as leading models but doesn't perform quite as well, letting too many grounds into your cup. Still, it's inexpensive and gets the job done.

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