What every best Single Cup Coffee Makers has:
- Easy to use controls.
- Customizable options.
- Variable serving sizes.
There is no pod coffee maker more beloved than the Keurig line, and none that get better reviews from owners than the Keurig K55. Thousands of happy owners praise its ease of use, the wide variety of coffees, teas and other hot-water-based products that are available, and they adore that it comes in black and red. The K55 boasts a large, 48 ounce reservoir and offers the option of 6, 8 or 12 ounce cup size with the push of a button. See our full review »Buy for $71.99
The BUNN My Café MCU is a great choice if you don't want to be just tied to pods; yet still want that brewing option. It brews from K-cups, soft pods, tea bags and ground coffee. It also has a dedicated hot water setting. It's a top pick in one expert test and owners love its versatility, customizable brew strength, and the hot, delicious coffee it makes. While there's no delay timer to program it to start in the morning, it heats very quickly.Buy for $175.97
This little coffee maker gets a lot of love from reviewers who say it makes a good, consistent cup of coffee, as well as tea, cocoa and iced beverages. Virtually identical to the wildly popular but discontinued Keurig K10, the K15 shares that coffee maker's tiny footprint and simple operation. This small pod coffee maker is particularly popular with those who live alone, college students, and people who are the sole coffee drinkers in their family. To many owners' delight, it comes in a few different colors. See our full review »Buy for Too low to display
The Black & Decker DCM18S Brew ‘N Go earns kudos from reviewers for its convenient operation. It's great for commuters, college students, or anyone who just needs the occasional cup to go because it brews directly into an included travel mug. Owners say the coffee stays hot in the insulated mug, and it fits in most cup holders. Best of all for some, it uses ground coffee.Buy for $17.42