Mr. Coffee BVMC-KG2-001 Single Serve Coffee Maker, Silver

Trusted for years for both quality and value, Mr. Coffee has partnered with Keurig technology to bring you exceptional single-serve gourmet coffee, tea and hot cocoa. Now, with the Mr. Coffee Single Serve Brewing System, you can indulge in a coffee house experience at home. The single serve brewer is easy to use and easy to clean. The one-button operation will simplify any morning routine. Entertaining guests has never been so easy.

Product Features

  • Powered by Keurig Brewed technology for coffeehouse quality at home
  • Uses Keurig K-Cup packs
  • Removable drip tray for large coffee mugs or travel mugs
  • On/Off indicator light
  • Single cup serving size

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  1. Husker Tech Guy 03/11/2012 at 10:58 pm - Reply

    Great little machine I bought this single serve brewer at a local department store before realizing that Amazon carried it. Anyway, like most Keurig licensed machines, the Mr. Coffee version produces a fine cup of coffee at $25 less than the similar Keurig brand brewer. In addition, the Mr. Coffee appears to be better constructed than the Keurig Mini Brewing System. The only “con” is that the Mr. Coffee produces only a 8 ounce cup of coffee while the Keurig Mini produces 8 & 10 ounce cups. You can get almost 9 ounces, but you risk a little water going into the overflow reservoir. Nonetheless, I am very happy with my Mr. Coffee. Incidentally, this model BVMC-KG2-001 is the successor to the Mr. Coffee BVMC-KG1-001.

  2. Gadget Girl 03/11/2012 at 11:08 pm - Reply

    Good coffee, good purchase I purchased this machine after having used a friend’s Keurig on a few visits out of town. I really loved the convenience but was put off by the poor reviews of most of the Keurig machines, and the size of them. I decided this smaller machine (which is still a bit bigger than my 1-4 cup Mr Coffee machine) was the best bet for me.Here are some things to think about when purchasing this machine:No water reservoir – fine for me as I was used to pouring water into a regular coffee machine every day and I am the only user of the machine, but for maximum time saving and multiple users, one might be better off choosing a model that has a reservoir.Water temperature – at first I thought it wasn’t hot enough, but then I remembered that I had always nuked my coffee after pouring it from the pot before. For very hot coffee, I would still need to do that, but the temp it comes out at is fine for me. I usually finish within 15 minutes, and it is still warm by the time I’m done.Dispensing size – There is an 8oz mark, and there is a Max mark in the water tank. Max is a little over 9 oz, which is what I always use. If you pour more that that in, the excess will drain into the drip tray before brewing. When testing, I used 10 oz (over the Max line) and got less than an ounce in the drip tray.Coffee strength – this is related to the dispensing size and is the biggest limitation for me. I like weak coffee. I have tried 6 different k-cups so far and found that using the max water amount wasn’t quite enough water for 3 of the k-cups I’ve tried (I’m cycling through a variety pack of 12). I haven’t tried the bold flavored ones yet. For this fact alone, it would be better to have a machine that dispensed more water, but once I settle on some flavors I will buy going forward, I’m sure they won’t be the bold ones.Mug size – there is a removable drip tray so you can fit a travel mug, but after taking it out my 16oz travel mugs are still too tall for it.Reusable filters – I purchased the Ekobrew filter and tried my own coffee in it when I wanted some decaf last night. It worked great.If you really want all the bells and whistles and maximum time saving, I suggest getting one the more full featured models. I’ve had this machine a week and I’m really satisfied with it, especially for the price, which was ~ $72 when I purchased. If I find that I want to upgrade in the future, I will take this one to work.Also, I think there are models with cup sensors. I haven’t made this mistake yet, but I have a feeling that one day I might brew some coffee and forget to put the mug underneath.**6 week update** – I am really very happy with this coffee maker and so glad I purchased it. I did notice a problem a few times where the water didn’t brew, it just went right into my mug cold. What happened is that I got things out of order. Water goes in first, then the Kcup. If you start messing with the order, this machine will let you know it doesn’t like that.

  3. Scott 03/11/2012 at 11:18 pm - Reply

    Excellent, Within the Limitations of the Keurig Method This was my first Keurig coffee brewer, and it worked exceedingly well. The design and construction are both good and it never gave me a moment’s trouble. If you are looking to produce a reasonably good cup of coffee really fast and with no fuss, I think you’ll be pleased with the purchase. That said, I have stopped using this machine after one month and now make coffee using another method. Let me explain why because there are some limitations to the Keurig method of which you should be aware.The chief selling points of the Keurig method are speed and convenience, but the method’s speed is, in fact, an Achilles heel. The hot water comes into contact with the coffee for a maximum of 30 seconds, and that simply isn’t long enough to produce the rich mouthfeel and complex flavors of slower methods such as a French press or a Chemex, both of which allow the coffee flavors to be extracted over three to four minutes. (Espresso coffee tastes great despite its short contact time because of the extremely high pressures and very fine grind, neither of which are present in the Keurig method.) The first K-cups I used were the Folgers “Lively Colombian,” and I don’t think I have ever tasted a thinner, more flavorless cup of joe in my life. On a scale of 1 to 10, I’d give the coffee those pods produced a 3. Things improved markedly when I used Green Mountain Coffee Roasters “Nantucket Blend” and “Dark Magic,” both of which I’d rate a 7, and which I recommend.The experience left me reconsidering what it was that I wanted out of coffee and I decided that, for me, taste was more important than speed and convenience. I have since replaced my Mr. Coffee Single Serve unit with a Kyocera Ceramic Coffee Grinder ($41.70), a Bodum Bistro 17-Ounce Mini Cordless Electric Water Kettle ($29.95), and a 3-Cup Chemex Glass Coffeemaker with Handle ($33.15). My new morning coffee ritual takes under ten minutes all told, from the grinding of the whole beans to the brewing of the coffee to the poured cup, and it allows me to start my day with a cup of coffee that rates a solid 10, with flavors a Keurig-method machine can only dream of. The entire setup cost me under $105 (not including shipping), and I am definitely saving money over time by avoiding the pricey K-cups.Bottom Line: With the right K-cups, this Mr. Coffee unit does an excellent job of producing good coffee. If speed and convenience are your top concerns, you’ll probably be very happy with it. Just understand going into this that the speed and convenience come at a bit of a price in terms of the quality of the coffee produced. If you want excellent coffee–cups that rate a 9 or 10–you may want to look into other methods, such as Aeropress, Chemex, or French press.

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