Remington’s iCoffee Opus is a new Single Serve Brewer that features a spinbrew technology. What is Spinbrew? well, it’s what the needle does when you are brewing your coffee. The needle uses jets to spin, steam and stir the coffee.
iCoffee Opus is prefect for those who are always on the run and only want to brew one cup at a time. If you’re interested in a quality Brewer that is affordable then the iCoffee Opus is what you’ll looking for.
Here is a rundown of the features for the iCoffee Opus:
uses SpinBrew technology to spin, steam and stir
brews 10 ounces in less than a minute.
works with all varieties of K-Cup, RealCup, One Cup and private label cups
brew any size cup between 4 and 12 ounces in .5-ounce increments
reusable cup allowing users to enjoy the freedom of choosing their own coffee grounds
I’ll be honest, I’ve always used a stove top espresso maker, when I brew my coffee at home. I was a little skeptical, that this machine could actually duplicate the same great tasting coffee that I’m accustom. After sometime this machine has replaced my stove top espresso maker.
I’ve been brewing for almost two weeks now, I haven’t had a single bad tasting incident, no burnt, under or over size amount of water issues as well.
The iCoffee Opus makes great tasting coffee, when you use a high quality coffee blend. If you use a sub-par quality blend then expect the taste to mirror what you paid for.
There is going to be a ton a variations of coffees and tea cups to choose from. The option to choose the size of water, makes things easier, but as I found out, many coffees work best on a particulate size. I had a tea that tasted to water down, but the second time I brew it, I used less water, which made the difference.
The water reservoir is decently large enough that it will make 3-4 cups dependent on the size you regularly use before it would need a refill.
The iCup Reusable, which is included is a real money saver. It gives me the ability to use my own coffee. Many of these single serve coffee cups can become expensive, but with The iCup Reusable you can save a ton.
Simple to use: Not everyone is tech savvy, but lucky this machine is super easy to use. You simply fill the water reservoir until the fill meter, lock it into place. Then turn the machine on, press open, grab the k-cup or the iCup Reusable, then insert and close down the upper jaw. Then you just choose the size of coffee you want, from 4 to 12oz. It’s that simple.
Durability: The build quality of the product is solid. I’ve had this product now for almost three weeks, consistently brewing at least three times a day.
The only issue I had was that I can’t use any k-cup that would require cold water, as this only brews hot water. The only option is to put some ice cubes in the cup beforehand and as it brews.
Where to Buy: The price value for the iCoffee Opus will run you at a retail price of $139.99 dollars and it’s well worth it. Also if you’d like to check out some other iCoffee products, you may visit the Official Website: www.icoffee.com