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RECAPS Reusable Coffee Refillable Pods Compatible with Dolce Gusto Brewers 3 Pack Black

(33 customer reviews)

1.Safe to Use: 100% BPA Free and Recyclable, Made of Food-Grade Material.
2.Save your money: No More Expensive Single Cup, You Can Save at Lease 80% Than Single Cup
3.Item Included: 3 Pack Refillable Coffee Filter (Free Gifts: 1x Plastic Spoon and 1x Brush)
4.Eco-Friendly: Saves Up to 80% Over the Cost of Pre-Filled Single Serving Pods
5.Compatible With Dolce Gusto Models Including the Mini Me, Genio, Esperta and Circolo. But Not Compatible with Starbucks and Dolce Gusto EDG355.

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Date First Available: October 24, 2016. Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No. Best Sellers Rank: #43,929 in Health & Household. Customer Reviews: 3.9 out of 5 stars 2,114 ratings 3.9 out of 5 stars. Item model number: 8541894410. ASIN: B072ZYB73Q. Manufacturer: RECAPS. Item Weight: 1.76 ounces. Product Dimensions: 2.09 x 1.42 x 1.46 inches.

Specification: RECAPS Reusable Coffee Refillable Pods Compatible with Dolce Gusto Brewers 3 Pack Black

Weight 1.76 lbs
Dimensions 2.09 × 1.42 × 1.46 in

33 reviews for RECAPS Reusable Coffee Refillable Pods Compatible with Dolce Gusto Brewers 3 Pack Black

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  1. Kindle Customer

    I was able to make great coffee with these, but underestimated the hassle factor. First, here’s how I made the coffee, to save others time maybe. I had my coffee shop grind my beans (in this case, a dark, full-bodied Italian roast) to a 5, like the directions from RECAP say. (This is a pretty fine grind but not espresso grind. My plan was to see what this looked like so I could replicate it at home with my own grinder in the future.) I loaded the capsules with two quite heaping scoops of the grind – I didn’t try it, but it probably would have been around 3 level scoops. I then tamped it down pretty well using the bottom of the scoop, so the capsule was about 85% – 90% full, again, per the RECAP directions. I have a manual Dolce Gusto, and the right amount of water for our tastes using this setup was 125ml. The taste of this yielded a really excellent cup of coffee with some crema. Some reviews mentioned it can be hard to pop the capsules out after you’ve made the coffee. I found this to be the case sometimes, but also found that if I slid the little Dolce Gusto tray out, and raised the lid of the capsule while it’s still in the tray and dumped out the grounds, the capsule came out easily. The capsules seem to be well constructed, although I echo the sentiments of some reviewers that the tab on the top doesn’t seem like it’s built for the longest term. However, I don’t think the capsules are intended to last forever, and at three for ten bucks or so, I think it’s fine. Now for the hassle part. There are two coffee-drinkers in our house, and we each like a large cup of coffee in the morning, so that means each of us need a minimum of two, but realistically three capsules for a full cup. One of the main reasons I bought the Dolce Gusto is to avoid fiddling with stuff in the morning. This is so much fiddling with stuff. I want to be the guy who does this but I know in my heart I’m not. I also haven’t done the math to figure out how much I’m actually saving given the cost of quality coffee to ensure the RECAP caps make really good coffee. So your call. If you’re not going to be beaten by the fiddliness of it, IMO the RECAPs are really good.Read more

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  2. Naruto

    Unfortunately I was unable to use the caps. I was under the impression it worked for all Nestle Dolce machines, however I have the Colors and when I try to use the cap I can’t close the piece hence can’t add it into the machine.Read more

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  3. LVesper

    I am very happy to have found these! My husband and I have an Esperta2 machine. I’ve been happy with the prefilled pods that are available, but my husband prefers his whole bean coffee. This allows him the convenience of using the Esperta with his own coffee. These work well in our machine. You do have to make sure you line up the little hole correctly when you insert it into the machine. The directions explain how fine or coarse the coffee needs to be for using it. It comes with a spoon and brush. We used to have a Tassimo machine and there were not any reusuable pods that worked with it, so I am pleased that we found these. I’m excited to be able to use some nice flavored coffee beans. I love that these cut down on trash, too! **Update 5/21/2017 – I am still using these and still like them. However, I did want to add something to my review. They don’t come out of the pod holder very easily. I usually have to turn the holder upside down and tap it slightly to get it to come out. When doing that, that sometimes dislodges the little filter screen. I didn’t realize that it had come out one time and I threw it in the trash with the coffee grounds. Now that I know that can happen, I make sure that it’s still there. And if it has come dislodged, I make sure to find it before I throw out the grounds. It’s easy to put back in – it just snaps in place. I didn’t realize it was even missing until I made coffee the next time with that pod and my coffee was full of grounds! Just wanted to share that.Read more

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  4. Roberto Morales

    My wife gifted me a Dolce Gusto, and thinking about cost and the planet, I bought this Reusable Coffee Capsule (RCC). I usually brew coffee on an express Stovetop espresso maker and sometimes on a French press. I spent the same time filling and cleaning the RCC that the express stovetop one. Don’t get me wrong, the RCC works and very well, but you won’t safe time with it. It delivers a good coffee if the RCC is almost completely fill and the grounds are pressed down. If you don’t compress it, they get to the cup. In the attached photos, you can what I meant.Read more

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  5. Applied Stats

    Are you going to like this product? I guess it depends on your expectations. This will NOT deliver the same creamy coffee as the original pods do. The company does not claim the pods will do that either. Having said that, I was impressed with the pods once I got the technique right. Here are a few things you should pay attention to: a) the coffee grind has to be fine (not as fine as flour but finer than those medium roast you get at Starbucks). I actually opened an original pod to check the coffee grind size Nestle uses. b) make sure you press down and compact the coffee against the pod. c) try to fill it up to where it is recommended in the instructions. d) close the lid well. Yes, it will be watered down when compared to an original pod because it never reaches the 15 bars of pressure that one sealed pod does. However, the results are pretty good imo. The coffee in the picture is a French roast in a shot glass (three ‘bars’ of water), with decent creama on top.Read more

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  6. Richard C. Drew

    I’ve run a couple of dozen cups through these. The first thing is you have to note where the hole is punctured in your capsules and align the hole in these so you don’t damage your brewer. Common sense but NOT mentioned anywhere – no instructions. The little plastic grate that prevents coffee from getting into the needle is a royal pain to clean. I have to use a toothpick to clean it. It works and saves a ton of $$$.Read more

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  7. Lorna Mullins

    I wanted to use these to reduce plastic waste, they are poorly designed , you have a nightmare to line up the hole with the machine properly and in addition to that it actually broke my 8 month old machine due to difference in water pressure ! … if like me you want to reduce your plastic waste I would suggest just reducing the amount you drink these instead of wasting money time and effort on something that is so rubbish … I for one am swapping to an old fashioned coffee maker – problem solved !Read more

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  8. Garth Philpot

    These have worked well, but not held up too long, I find myself wondering if they come in a stail=nless steel variant. they have stopped seating correctly in the coffee maker, and so you land up trying to line the hole up with the punch which is a bit fiddly. the punch has now made a few holes in the plastic lid. The concept is good though.Read more

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  9. CEW

    I am very happy with this product. As I live on my own the pod system is very convenient for making single cups. However I’m aware of the fact that the single use pods are not recyclable so this seemed a good alternative. These are easy to fill and empty and they work well with my machine. In many ways I prefer them as I can choose my own coffee.Read more

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  10. Stefana Mihai

    Very impressed by these ,,miracles”.i purchesed my dolce gusto coffee machine and i love capsules,but my husband still prefers old style coffee ,so bought these capsules which are very good quality,strong and easy to use.i would definetely reccomend!Read more

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  11. Lucky Walters

    They work well. They’re not like the actual disposable pods meaning I find I have to use at least 2 to make a decent cup of coffee but at at least it cuts down on the waste.Read more

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  12. Kindle Customer

    I was able to make great coffee with these, but underestimated the hassle factor. First, here’s how I made the coffee, to save others time maybe. I had my coffee shop grind my beans (in this case, a dark, full-bodied Italian roast) to a 5, like the directions from RECAP say. (This is a pretty fine grind but not espresso grind. My plan was to see what this looked like so I could replicate it at home with my own grinder in the future.) I loaded the capsules with two quite heaping scoops of the grind – I didn’t try it, but it probably would have been around 3 level scoops. I then tamped it down pretty well using the bottom of the scoop, so the capsule was about 85% – 90% full, again, per the RECAP directions. I have a manual Dolce Gusto, and the right amount of water for our tastes using this setup was 125ml. The taste of this yielded a really excellent cup of coffee with some crema. Some reviews mentioned it can be hard to pop the capsules out after you’ve made the coffee. I found this to be the case sometimes, but also found that if I slid the little Dolce Gusto tray out, and raised the lid of the capsule while it’s still in the tray and dumped out the grounds, the capsule came out easily. The capsules seem to be well constructed, although I echo the sentiments of some reviewers that the tab on the top doesn’t seem like it’s built for the longest term. However, I don’t think the capsules are intended to last forever, and at three for ten bucks or so, I think it’s fine. Now for the hassle part. There are two coffee-drinkers in our house, and we each like a large cup of coffee in the morning, so that means each of us need a minimum of two, but realistically three capsules for a full cup. One of the main reasons I bought the Dolce Gusto is to avoid fiddling with stuff in the morning. This is so much fiddling with stuff. I want to be the guy who does this but I know in my heart I’m not. I also haven’t done the math to figure out how much I’m actually saving given the cost of quality coffee to ensure the RECAP caps make really good coffee. So your call. If you’re not going to be beaten by the fiddliness of it, IMO the RECAPs are really good.Read more

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  13. Naruto

    Unfortunately I was unable to use the caps. I was under the impression it worked for all Nestle Dolce machines, however I have the Colors and when I try to use the cap I can’t close the piece hence can’t add it into the machine.Read more

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  14. LVesper

    I am very happy to have found these! My husband and I have an Esperta2 machine. I’ve been happy with the prefilled pods that are available, but my husband prefers his whole bean coffee. This allows him the convenience of using the Esperta with his own coffee. These work well in our machine. You do have to make sure you line up the little hole correctly when you insert it into the machine. The directions explain how fine or coarse the coffee needs to be for using it. It comes with a spoon and brush. We used to have a Tassimo machine and there were not any reusuable pods that worked with it, so I am pleased that we found these. I’m excited to be able to use some nice flavored coffee beans. I love that these cut down on trash, too! **Update 5/21/2017 – I am still using these and still like them. However, I did want to add something to my review. They don’t come out of the pod holder very easily. I usually have to turn the holder upside down and tap it slightly to get it to come out. When doing that, that sometimes dislodges the little filter screen. I didn’t realize that it had come out one time and I threw it in the trash with the coffee grounds. Now that I know that can happen, I make sure that it’s still there. And if it has come dislodged, I make sure to find it before I throw out the grounds. It’s easy to put back in – it just snaps in place. I didn’t realize it was even missing until I made coffee the next time with that pod and my coffee was full of grounds! Just wanted to share that.Read more

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  15. Roberto Morales

    My wife gifted me a Dolce Gusto, and thinking about cost and the planet, I bought this Reusable Coffee Capsule (RCC). I usually brew coffee on an express Stovetop espresso maker and sometimes on a French press. I spent the same time filling and cleaning the RCC that the express stovetop one. Don’t get me wrong, the RCC works and very well, but you won’t safe time with it. It delivers a good coffee if the RCC is almost completely fill and the grounds are pressed down. If you don’t compress it, they get to the cup. In the attached photos, you can what I meant.Read more

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  16. Applied Stats

    Are you going to like this product? I guess it depends on your expectations. This will NOT deliver the same creamy coffee as the original pods do. The company does not claim the pods will do that either. Having said that, I was impressed with the pods once I got the technique right. Here are a few things you should pay attention to: a) the coffee grind has to be fine (not as fine as flour but finer than those medium roast you get at Starbucks). I actually opened an original pod to check the coffee grind size Nestle uses. b) make sure you press down and compact the coffee against the pod. c) try to fill it up to where it is recommended in the instructions. d) close the lid well. Yes, it will be watered down when compared to an original pod because it never reaches the 15 bars of pressure that one sealed pod does. However, the results are pretty good imo. The coffee in the picture is a French roast in a shot glass (three ‘bars’ of water), with decent creama on top.Read more

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  17. Richard C. Drew

    I’ve run a couple of dozen cups through these. The first thing is you have to note where the hole is punctured in your capsules and align the hole in these so you don’t damage your brewer. Common sense but NOT mentioned anywhere – no instructions. The little plastic grate that prevents coffee from getting into the needle is a royal pain to clean. I have to use a toothpick to clean it. It works and saves a ton of $$$.Read more

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  18. Lorna Mullins

    I wanted to use these to reduce plastic waste, they are poorly designed , you have a nightmare to line up the hole with the machine properly and in addition to that it actually broke my 8 month old machine due to difference in water pressure ! … if like me you want to reduce your plastic waste I would suggest just reducing the amount you drink these instead of wasting money time and effort on something that is so rubbish … I for one am swapping to an old fashioned coffee maker – problem solved !Read more

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  19. Garth Philpot

    These have worked well, but not held up too long, I find myself wondering if they come in a stail=nless steel variant. they have stopped seating correctly in the coffee maker, and so you land up trying to line the hole up with the punch which is a bit fiddly. the punch has now made a few holes in the plastic lid. The concept is good though.Read more

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  20. CEW

    I am very happy with this product. As I live on my own the pod system is very convenient for making single cups. However I’m aware of the fact that the single use pods are not recyclable so this seemed a good alternative. These are easy to fill and empty and they work well with my machine. In many ways I prefer them as I can choose my own coffee.Read more

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  21. Stefana Mihai

    Very impressed by these ,,miracles”.i purchesed my dolce gusto coffee machine and i love capsules,but my husband still prefers old style coffee ,so bought these capsules which are very good quality,strong and easy to use.i would definetely reccomend!Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  22. Lucky Walters

    They work well. They’re not like the actual disposable pods meaning I find I have to use at least 2 to make a decent cup of coffee but at at least it cuts down on the waste.Read more

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  23. Kindle Customer

    I was able to make great coffee with these, but underestimated the hassle factor. First, here’s how I made the coffee, to save others time maybe. I had my coffee shop grind my beans (in this case, a dark, full-bodied Italian roast) to a 5, like the directions from RECAP say. (This is a pretty fine grind but not espresso grind. My plan was to see what this looked like so I could replicate it at home with my own grinder in the future.) I loaded the capsules with two quite heaping scoops of the grind – I didn’t try it, but it probably would have been around 3 level scoops. I then tamped it down pretty well using the bottom of the scoop, so the capsule was about 85% – 90% full, again, per the RECAP directions. I have a manual Dolce Gusto, and the right amount of water for our tastes using this setup was 125ml. The taste of this yielded a really excellent cup of coffee with some crema. Some reviews mentioned it can be hard to pop the capsules out after you’ve made the coffee. I found this to be the case sometimes, but also found that if I slid the little Dolce Gusto tray out, and raised the lid of the capsule while it’s still in the tray and dumped out the grounds, the capsule came out easily. The capsules seem to be well constructed, although I echo the sentiments of some reviewers that the tab on the top doesn’t seem like it’s built for the longest term. However, I don’t think the capsules are intended to last forever, and at three for ten bucks or so, I think it’s fine. Now for the hassle part. There are two coffee-drinkers in our house, and we each like a large cup of coffee in the morning, so that means each of us need a minimum of two, but realistically three capsules for a full cup. One of the main reasons I bought the Dolce Gusto is to avoid fiddling with stuff in the morning. This is so much fiddling with stuff. I want to be the guy who does this but I know in my heart I’m not. I also haven’t done the math to figure out how much I’m actually saving given the cost of quality coffee to ensure the RECAP caps make really good coffee. So your call. If you’re not going to be beaten by the fiddliness of it, IMO the RECAPs are really good.Read more

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  24. Naruto

    Unfortunately I was unable to use the caps. I was under the impression it worked for all Nestle Dolce machines, however I have the Colors and when I try to use the cap I can’t close the piece hence can’t add it into the machine.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  25. LVesper

    I am very happy to have found these! My husband and I have an Esperta2 machine. I’ve been happy with the prefilled pods that are available, but my husband prefers his whole bean coffee. This allows him the convenience of using the Esperta with his own coffee. These work well in our machine. You do have to make sure you line up the little hole correctly when you insert it into the machine. The directions explain how fine or coarse the coffee needs to be for using it. It comes with a spoon and brush. We used to have a Tassimo machine and there were not any reusuable pods that worked with it, so I am pleased that we found these. I’m excited to be able to use some nice flavored coffee beans. I love that these cut down on trash, too! **Update 5/21/2017 – I am still using these and still like them. However, I did want to add something to my review. They don’t come out of the pod holder very easily. I usually have to turn the holder upside down and tap it slightly to get it to come out. When doing that, that sometimes dislodges the little filter screen. I didn’t realize that it had come out one time and I threw it in the trash with the coffee grounds. Now that I know that can happen, I make sure that it’s still there. And if it has come dislodged, I make sure to find it before I throw out the grounds. It’s easy to put back in – it just snaps in place. I didn’t realize it was even missing until I made coffee the next time with that pod and my coffee was full of grounds! Just wanted to share that.Read more

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  26. Roberto Morales

    My wife gifted me a Dolce Gusto, and thinking about cost and the planet, I bought this Reusable Coffee Capsule (RCC). I usually brew coffee on an express Stovetop espresso maker and sometimes on a French press. I spent the same time filling and cleaning the RCC that the express stovetop one. Don’t get me wrong, the RCC works and very well, but you won’t safe time with it. It delivers a good coffee if the RCC is almost completely fill and the grounds are pressed down. If you don’t compress it, they get to the cup. In the attached photos, you can what I meant.Read more

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  27. Applied Stats

    Are you going to like this product? I guess it depends on your expectations. This will NOT deliver the same creamy coffee as the original pods do. The company does not claim the pods will do that either. Having said that, I was impressed with the pods once I got the technique right. Here are a few things you should pay attention to: a) the coffee grind has to be fine (not as fine as flour but finer than those medium roast you get at Starbucks). I actually opened an original pod to check the coffee grind size Nestle uses. b) make sure you press down and compact the coffee against the pod. c) try to fill it up to where it is recommended in the instructions. d) close the lid well. Yes, it will be watered down when compared to an original pod because it never reaches the 15 bars of pressure that one sealed pod does. However, the results are pretty good imo. The coffee in the picture is a French roast in a shot glass (three ‘bars’ of water), with decent creama on top.Read more

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  28. Richard C. Drew

    I’ve run a couple of dozen cups through these. The first thing is you have to note where the hole is punctured in your capsules and align the hole in these so you don’t damage your brewer. Common sense but NOT mentioned anywhere – no instructions. The little plastic grate that prevents coffee from getting into the needle is a royal pain to clean. I have to use a toothpick to clean it. It works and saves a ton of $$$.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  29. Lorna Mullins

    I wanted to use these to reduce plastic waste, they are poorly designed , you have a nightmare to line up the hole with the machine properly and in addition to that it actually broke my 8 month old machine due to difference in water pressure ! … if like me you want to reduce your plastic waste I would suggest just reducing the amount you drink these instead of wasting money time and effort on something that is so rubbish … I for one am swapping to an old fashioned coffee maker – problem solved !Read more

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  30. Garth Philpot

    These have worked well, but not held up too long, I find myself wondering if they come in a stail=nless steel variant. they have stopped seating correctly in the coffee maker, and so you land up trying to line the hole up with the punch which is a bit fiddly. the punch has now made a few holes in the plastic lid. The concept is good though.Read more

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  31. CEW

    I am very happy with this product. As I live on my own the pod system is very convenient for making single cups. However I’m aware of the fact that the single use pods are not recyclable so this seemed a good alternative. These are easy to fill and empty and they work well with my machine. In many ways I prefer them as I can choose my own coffee.Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  32. Stefana Mihai

    Very impressed by these ,,miracles”.i purchesed my dolce gusto coffee machine and i love capsules,but my husband still prefers old style coffee ,so bought these capsules which are very good quality,strong and easy to use.i would definetely reccomend!Read more

    Helpful(0) Unhelpful(0)You have already voted this
  33. Lucky Walters

    They work well. They’re not like the actual disposable pods meaning I find I have to use at least 2 to make a decent cup of coffee but at at least it cuts down on the waste.Read more

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