Hamilton Beach FlexBrew 2-Way Coffee Maker
Why we love this
"Works great and provides the flexibility of a cup or a pot that I was looking to find." - Sam's Club Member
About this item
- Great for home and office use
- Brew coffee grounds or use K-cups
- 2-way coffee maker can schedule brewing times
- Easy to clean
Enjoy a cup of hot coffee for yourself or 12 people with the Hamilton Beach® FlexBrew 2-Way Coffee Maker. One side of the machine brews individual K-Cups® while the other side of the machine brews for the whole crew. Convenient for home, business and office use.
Is the FlexBrew Coffee Maker Economical?
Saving money, time and the environment are all important when it comes to coffee. While K-Cups are still working on providing entirely recyclable options, you do get to use a ceramic mug or steel thermos when you make your own coffee at home. This is much more eco-friendly than getting a foam or paper cup every time you buy coffee to go. The Hamilton Beach FlexBrew 2-Way Coffee Maker can serve up to 12 cups at one time on the carafe side. The best part about this is that you can schedule your coffee to made at the same time every day. Cost-effective and time-saving, just the way you like your coffee.
Which Type of Coffee Can I Brew with the 2-Way Coffee Maker?
Every major coffee brand has their own brand of K-Cup that’s fully compatible with the Hamilton Beach FlexBrew 2-Way Coffee Maker, allowing you to have your favorite on-the-go coffee right inside of your home. Instead of waiting in a driveway or long line inside the store, you just have to insert the K-Cup and follow the settings.
Is the FlexBrew Coffee Maker Easy to Use?
Like the name implies, this 2-way coffee maker is flexible to use when serving small or large parties. Similar to other machines that use K-Cups, simply insert your favorite flavor and choose how the size of your coffee mug. You can easily fill up a coffee thermos, mug or other type of cup for single-serve. On the other side of the coffee maker is a traditional coffee pot, referred to as a carafe that can serve larger groups of people. The process is identical to classic coffee machines, where you fill up the back-end with water, place the carafe under and press the brew button.