Coffee maker designed for rugged settings
The single-serve Coffeeboxx lets customers brew a hot, fresh cup of coffee (8 oz., 10 oz. or 12 oz.) in any workplace and under rugged conditions.
No need to drink a whole pot quickly before it gets stale, or pour a pot of coffee into an insulated vacuum bottle that’ll only keep it hot for so long, manufacturer Oxx says on its website.
Single-serve pods are sealed, self-contained filtering units and the ground coffee inside each pod is fresh, unlike the bags or cans of pre-ground coffee where you use a few scoops at a time as the rest loses freshness, the company says.
The durable coffee maker features a large (2.5 L/84.5 oz.) spill-proof water tank and makes up to 10 cups of Joe without a trip to the faucet.
A separate hot water line lets users steep tea or make a quick meal with clean, coffee-free water.
The brewer has six stainless steel tie-downs and a removable drip tray.
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