Excerpt: I got my Cuisinart Two to Go Coffeemaker about three years ago for around twenty dollars. I use it every single work day and on some weekends. You can brew your favorite coffee into one or two of the stainless steel mugs that come with the Two to Go …
Summary: I bought one of these new ten years ago and loved it. It finally broke and they're not made anymore. I knew I could find it on eBay! It's perfect for working couples. Get it ready the night before then turn it on when you get up. Shuts itself off when finished brewing and keeps coffee hot in the stainless steel mug. Grab your cup of hot coffee and head out the door. I don't know why they stopped making these - they're simple and straightforward. Easy to use and clean.
Summary: Perfect for a full, HOT mug of REAL coffee on the way out the door every morning. Nothing to wash when I get home from work & nothing to worry about shutting off. I'm not a fan of the Keurig coffee, so this is perfect for me.
Summary: This is our second "Two to Go". Our original one did eventually leak a little (after many years of regular use), but still kept working. It appears to be discontinued now, so I was happy to find a new one available. It can brew one or two 14oz cups - just the right size for the morning coffee and uses just 5 scoops of coffee for the two! Travel mugs keep the coffee warm just long enough. Very happy with the Cuisinart Two to Go Coffee Maker.
Summary: I LOVE THIS! This is a life-saver. I can have my coffee fresh and fast every morning, and they give two cups, which makes busy students' lives much easier. This is one of the smartest purchases I made recently.
Summary: I love that I don't have to flip a switch to make just one cup of coffee...just move the cup to the middle. No more mess on the countertop because I forgot to move the switch from 2 to 1. Brews fast. Mugs a easy to use.
Cuisinart's individual cup coffee maker is the best!
8 July 2010
Summary: This is the easiest and greatest way to make coffee. It brews it right into individual travel mugs (either 1 mug or 2 mugs), and you still use your own coffee. Using a standard #2 filter, and your favorite fresh coffee, 1 scoop per mug, you have great coffee in a matter of minutes, without the expense of the fancy $100+ machines. I have had my machine for over 8 years. I just bought a second one for my 92 year old father.