Hamilton Beach Single Serve Coffee Maker, Flexbrew (49997)

Hamilton Beach Single Serve Coffee Maker, Flexbrew (49997)Compact Coffeemaker With Style

The Hamilton Beach Flexbrew Single Serve Coffeemaker uses a coffee (or travel your mug) and single serve K-cups or ground coffee.


Features

  • Versatile: Compatible with any K-Cup pack
  • Option: Regular or bold brew; Bold gives increased extraction and a more flavorful cup
  • Adjustable cup rest for standard cup or travel mug
  • Brews up to 10 oz. using the single serve packs, or up to 14 oz. with ground coffee

I really like the slim, modern design of this rig. It’s not obtrusive, and gets the job done with style. And the price is reasonable.

 


Details & Price

This product was manufactured by Hamilton Beach.

Brand: Hamilton Beach
UPC: 040094499977
List Price: $59.00.
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2 thoughts on “Hamilton Beach Single Serve Coffee Maker, Flexbrew (49997)

  1. Dondi

    The Hamilton Beach Single Serve FlexBrew is a product that I am happy to review. First thing you will notice after opening the box, is how lightweight the machine is to lift. This makes it easier to move and clean under it. I got it in the bold red color which, matches my Kitchen Aid small appliances so I am thrilled about it being offered in a color. This machine takes up very little counter space giving you the opportunity to reclaim some of your space that was lost to bigger and bulkier appliances.

    Now, I need to mention that I have hard water. As a result, most of my appliances that heat up water develop heavy duty calcium deposits. While I clean them out, it still decreases the longevity of the machine. I do not know how it will affect this item but the fact that it is not constantly heating water when not in use prevents the calcium deposits from forming so rapidly like with my Keurig. The FlexBrew shuts off automatically after each beverage is prepared making it an…

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  2. BirdWhisperer

    Being the only coffee drinker in our house, I have been contemplating a one-cup maker. Kurigs were a bit pricey, and the K-cups were very pricey compared to instant (which I had been drinking) or grounds. Then I found this while my wife was shopping. It intrigued me. One cup, can use grounds, so cheap to use. Brought it home & set the box on the counter. The next day I discovered a local store going out of business had 75% off. Went in and found the K-cups and another brand on the shelf. MANY boxes of the Cameron’s cups. Those are similar to K-cups, but w/o the bottom plastic; just a filter bag. I bought 15 boxes of those and one box of K-cups. The filter type cups work perfectly!
    I have been using it for 2-3 weeks now, and have only had a couple glitches of the unit stopping before the cup was full. Once was 1/3, other was 1/2 full. But pushing the start button again finished the process with no problem. My guess would be some grounds got into the upper needle and…

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