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    senseo pod question - anyone?

    Some time ago I was reading about everyone getting the senseo maching and someone had mentioned something about a refillable pod??? Well - I finally got one and for the life of me, I can't find that post - does anyone know any information on a refillable pod. I would sure appreciate it.
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    Re: senseo pod question - anyone?

    If I remember correctly, everyone then was talking about the Ecopad (a plastic reusable coffee pod replacement), but now there's this one, which isn't a replacement pod, but a replacement holder itself (you use it instead of the one or two pod holder). It's supposed to be better since it's actually made FOR the Senseo machine (not by the maker, though).

    http://www.amazon.com/Presto-09402-MyPod/dp/B000BIU088

    and here's the Ecopad:

    http://www.amazon.com/Improved-Ecopa...&s=home-garden

    The Ecopad is cheaper, but I read a review stating that because the water is forced through the coffee at a high pressure (which gives the great foam on the coffee), the MyPod works better since there's no extra layer of plastic (the reusable Ecopad) for the water to have to shoot through.

    Hope this helps, hon.

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    Re: senseo pod question - anyone?

    Thank you soooo much - I went ahead and got the Ecopad because it seemed like they both had good and bad so I went for price and I'll hope for the best.

    Thanks again,
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