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canFly Disposable K-CUP Paper filter with Lid for Keurig single cup coffer filters compatible with Ekobrew, EZ-Cup and other Reusable K-CUP Filters (100 Count)

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When using a reusable K-CUP filter with your Keurig single serve brewing system, try this paper filter with a lid for a sediment-free cup of your favorite coffee and easy clean-up!
The paper filters are easy to use and a breeze to clean up. Simply insert filter, tuck filter under hinge, fill with coffee and brew! When you are finished, remove it from the machine, open it and toss it.
Designed specifically for use with the EkoBrew, Solofill, EZ-Cup, My K-Cup, Simple Cups, iPartsPlusMore or any other type of reusable k-cup filter systems. Reusable k-cup filter Not included!
Make multiple cups in a row without needing to wash your reusable k-cup between uses. The canFly paper filter fully compatible with all types reusable k-cup filter. Save time, serve more.
Fully biodegradable and gentle on the planet. Get the coffee you want without harming anything or anyone.

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Number of Pieces: 100. Brand: CanFly. Material: Paper. Date First Available: August 13, 2018. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No. Best Sellers Rank: #119,286 in Health & Household. Customer Reviews: 4.5 out of 5 stars 1,833 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars. Item model number: LID-KPF-100. ASIN: B07GFGYTN2. Item Weight: 1.12 ounces. Package Dimensions: 6.6 x 4.8 x 2.8 inches.

Specification: canFly Disposable K-CUP Paper filter with Lid for Keurig single cup coffer filters compatible with Ekobrew, EZ-Cup and other Reusable K-CUP Filters (100 Count)

Weight 1.12 lbs

13 reviews for canFly Disposable K-CUP Paper filter with Lid for Keurig single cup coffer filters compatible with Ekobrew, EZ-Cup and other Reusable K-CUP Filters (100 Count)

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  1. Viola

    ***UPDATE*** They changed these and now they are perfect. They are NOT as good as the EZ Cup brand filters. I bought these because I got 100 more for the same price. They work…. they don’t break while making coffee. The difference is when you go to remove the used filter, the “lip” around the edge tears instead of lifting out like the EZ cup brand. You get coffee grounds everywhere if it tears while pulling out the filter. It has happened to me a few times and it is just not worth the few dollars savings. The prob is the filter paper is slightly thinner. I mean, it’s close. If they could just make that filter paper a tad thicker, these would be PERFECT. I am in a work office, I don’t have a sink in here, I need to be able to pull that out and toss it in the trash without issue.Read more

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  2. William Lee

    I’ve been satisfactorily using the Perfect Pod EZ-Cup filters with the lid. The product is great but I didn’t like the fact that no matter how many I order at the same time, they come in hard plastic cases of 50. So much packaging waste. So I looked for a different brand with less packaging and found this one. I’m very happy that 300 are in one brown paper box. However, each row of filter is put into individual plastic bags. It’s still a huge improvement but in the future I hope that they can change the packaging and not put them in plastic bags. There’s just no need for it. I would also like to see that they make this with non-bleached paper. I’m still very satisfied with this product with much less packaging.Read more

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  3. Clare M

    I have used these filters without the lid and have never had a problem. In fact would give 5 stars. When they offered the filter with a lid I jumped at it, as it helps with clean up. However, the lid causes it to brew differently and I end up with a very weak cup of coffee. Today, I ripped off the lid and presto. A good strong cup of coffee. Not sure why this happens, but I will have to go back to the filters without a lidRead more

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  4. Hank

    I purchased this as an alternative to the more expensive Kerug pod filters I have been using but as the old adage says, “you get what you pay for”. Unlike this company’s filter which does not have a paper lid, this one does. However, it is impossible to remove the used filter from the pod intact. The paper filter rips at the point where you grab it and thus, will not lift out of the pod. I have found that if I remove some of the coffee grounds into the garbage with my finger, and then grasp the filter ( which is now only half full with grounds) with two fingers and a thumb, I can lift it out of the pod. A lot of work for a item which is supposed to be a work saver. I am not sure how many cents per 1000 filters the company saves by using extremely thin paper for the filters, but for me, it’s not worth it, even if they were free.Read more

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  5. Bob G

    Living on a septic-tank means never putting coffee-grounds down the drain. The cleaning requirements of mesh-filtered resuable K-Cups rendered them unacceptable. After a good bit of review-reading, I decided to try the DeliBru reusable K-Cup with this Lidded Paper filter. I am very pleased with this combination. The canFly paper filter fully contains the grounds so I get a very clean cup of coffee and is structurally sound enough when wet to be removed from the DeliBru cup intact and tossed in the trash. This leaves the DeliBru cup free of any grounds at all. Rinse and set in the drainer for the next cup. My brewer, if you care, is a Keurig B31 (1.0 machine circa 2014).Read more

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  6. Nathaniel Wassink

    These are a great eco friendly version compared to the EZ cups. The box is office size large. Meaning in my home I’m stuck with a very large filter box monopolizing my cuboard. They could take it a step further and reduce the packaging by an inch or put a whole other row of cups in. For the durability it’s good. The paper isn’t as thick as the ez cups but that doesn’t seem to make any difference. If you look at the box when you are done with the “k cup” it’s meant to be dumped out, not lifted out as another review had trouble with. Over all I give it 4 Stars :)Read more

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  7. Nathan

    I bought these for use in the EZ-Cup 2.0, so my comments are valid only for that use. These may work well in with other K-Cup systems, but not with the EZ-Cup. Nearly every brew will have a few coffee grounds, and I’ve had several with a complete blow out of the filter. I bought these thinking I’d save a bit of money over the EZ-Cup brand and I liked that they were unbleached. But I used the EZ-Cup brand for over a year and never once had a blow-out of the filter. EZ-Cup is a bit more expensive, but you get a great cup of coffee every time and without grounds. I’m tossing this box of canFly out and ordering more EZ-Cup filters.Read more

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  8. Corey F

    First of all the product does what it says and is a great fit to all 3 models of my reuseable inserts that I have. I have a Keurig B31 as my base unit; simple design. These papers fit great. However- when making coffee the hot water comes out as a few streams from the keurig and that “paper lid” does prevent coffee grinds from being on my inserts BUT it kinda stops water flow and water seems to be channeled not as completely through the grains and the result is always weak strength coffee. I played with a few different grain sizes and loosely packed versus heavily packed and even tried to cut a small hole in the lid for that (does not keep insert lid clean) and in all cases coffee is by far weaker strength that if I rip of the lid. Still it was worth trying I guess and for the price its not a total rip-off since I can just rip off the lid and get stronger coffee. The paper seems to be a good filter. I bought the non lid type last time and also really liked.Read more

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  9. Frank F Yao

    One of the issues with paper filters for single serve coffee is that they end up leaving coffee grounds on the lid of K-Cup. If they are absentmindedly thrown into the dishwasher, the coffee grounds end up sprayed over all the dishes. While not 100% perfect, the lid of the filters decreases the stuck on grounds by a very significant amount, and it was cheaper than the previous filters I was using. I can’t speak to whether or not it makes the coffee taste better as claimed though. I don’t think I tasted any difference wtih the Folgers coffee I used, but I also don’t taste hints of nuttiness and vanilla in wine either.Read more

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  10. NIS3R

    I find the “fill your own” Keurig cups don’t have a fine enough filter. I don’t like the little grounds in my coffee so I was looking for something a bit finer. These filters worked for that, but left the coffee tasting watery. I love my Aeropress and I’m trying to get that quality of brew out of our Keurig.Read more

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  11. Stillwaters

    These are a fabulous money saver. Not only do they make a fresh cup of coffee with your favourite freshly ground coffee simple to make – saving money compared to buying kcups… but they also save potentially huge plumbing bills by keeping virtually all the coffee grinds from ever entering your sink drain. Simply put it in the my-kcup, or similar, fill with grinds, pop over the paper lid, close the filter and brew your coffee Then let cool or even dry a bit while you drink it – and then slip the used filter into your compost bin or garbage. If you want to save the grinds for your garden, just squeeze these little filters to empty the grounds. They’re sturdy enough, they don’t break. They really are handy !Read more

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  12. Robert Myers

    Like other reviewers have said these are thinner than the EZ-cup filters. If you fill the filter with coffee the spring bottom of the EZ-cup causes the filter to break when water is run through it and the grounds end up in your Keurig and your cup. I’ve never had that problem with the filters that come with EZ-cup. I also think these filters are a bit smaller so you have to use less coffee. I will say that the lip and lid are better formed than the EZ-cup filters, so sit well and close well. They may work well in another brand of filter holder.Read more

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  13. saleh abu-sharife

    The filter is quite unique easy to use but doesn’t extract cool very well and all you get is a very week cup of coffee and that’s great if you like week and watery coffee.but I like a strong coffee and I always buy a strong dark roast coffee beans and I grind my own coffee so I’m very disappointed from the results and I don’t recommend it if you like strong coffeeRead more

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