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WyoTraveler wrote:

...It is hard to find the larger #6 cone filters. Had to buy the #6 filters on the internet.


I get my Melitta #6s from Amazon, 12 packs of 40 each. Works out to about 4-cents per. That way I never run out & have to use a paper towel (yuck!).


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Another vote on the Keurig -- love ours. But use it at home, and don't plan to take it RVing with us -- too bulky and heavy for our 21' TT. Great units though.

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We use a Black & Decker. No problems with it at all. In fact, we loved it so much in the motor home that we bought one for the house too!

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Thanks for all the feedback. I changed my mind and ordered the electric percolator. I am also considering buying a thermal carafe so I can make more than one pot if necessary. Thanks for all the comments/suggestions!


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Put me down for a Keurig too. Best Coffee Ever


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I use the Keurig


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the Keurig is awesome!!

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Kit Carson wrote:

Bunn.....because it makes coffee very fast, keeps it hot and lasts a long time. Kinda pricey to start with, though.



I'll second that!



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I wanted a Keurig coffee maker for the camper. I actually ended with the Mr. Coffee single cup system that is licensed by Keurig. I love it. I got a red one and it looks great in the Colby T. I store it under the sink in its original box for travel. It makes great coffee on demand, and there is no clean up. Number two son enjoys hot chocolate made with it. I also use it to heat water for shaving when I don't have the hot water heater going.


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