As Seen On TV: The Brew Caps Commercial


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    The Product: Brew Caps

    The Promise: “Refill and Reuse Single-Serving Coffee Pods and Save Tons of Money!”

    The Price: 10 Brew Caps, 2 scoops and 2 brew trays for $23.98


As Seen On TV Brew Caps Review

Brew Caps are the newest As Seen On TV product to tackle the issue of waste when brewing with single serve coffee makers. (Check out my Cafe Cup review and Brew Stick Review for more items from this category. ) They are essentially a reusable k cup lid that fits on used k cups, thereby allowing them to be reused almost indefinitely. (A definite plus if you want to reduce your carbon footprint!)

When ordered, you’ll get a total of 5 orange Brew Caps, 5 black Brew Caps, 2 coffee scoops and 2 brew trays for $23.98. Also expect to pay sales tax if you live in CA or NJ.

All in all, I liked using Brew Caps, and loved reducing the amount of trash that I used to create. So if you love using single serving coffee pods but hate throwing away all that plastic, do yourself a favor and click that big yellow box below to order YOUR Brew Caps today!
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What are YOUR thoughts about Brew Caps? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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6 comments on “As Seen On TV: The Brew Caps Commercial
  1. Shane Trusty says:

    Single serve coffee lovers rejoice! Now you don’t have to worry about wasting hundreds a year on coffee pods with Brew Caps! #asseenontv #asotv #brewcaps #coffee #kcups

  2. MobileTaz says:

    This product is a chock full of FAIL!! The coffee isn’t loose inside the K-cup as the commercial shows. There is a paper filter that holds the coffee above an airspace in the bottom of the K-cup – and it can NOT be reused. If you try to put the coffee directly into the plastic part of the cup, it will never work. First it will not brew at the correct strength, second, it will shit grounds into your cup, and third it will clog the bottom needle in the machine.Totally useless garbage product.

  3. Laniemarie427 says:

    Ahahahaha…..this should be on SNL, but it’s not funny. It’s just so wrong. The good news is, people that recycle, are wise enough to know that paper filters are inside K-cups. :) As a side note, I make 2 cups of coffee w/ darker roasts.

  4. My take: I thought that the My-Kap was going to be a half-baked solution to reusing Keurig plastic cups. I felt that the whole-cup solutions discussed elsewhere on this blog would clearly be the “right” way to tackle the waste problem (and cost problem) inherent in the Keurig system. But I was wrong. The My-Kap approach is simple, very cheap, and really not that much of a hassle. You can get about 4-5 easy reuses of the old cup, radically driving down your cost per cup of coffee. It works, and as long as you’re willing to deal with a paper filter that’s no longer virginal ( I like “seasoned”) it makes a pretty good brew.
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  5. Amy Starr says:

    Why throw away coffe grounds

  6. Super Kiwi Bean says:

    Or Just buy a reusable pod

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