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KEEN Men S Newport H2 Water Sandal With Toe Protection 11 5
The KEEN Men's Newport H2 Sandal is a rugged sandal for adventures that move between water and trail with no time for stopping. In the kayak out of the kayak walk up a creek and snap a pic of the hidden waterfall then turn around and get back in the boat. If your warm weather adventures mimic something like this then the protective rubber toe and Outsole will be like heaven on your feet. No bruised toes due to kicking rocks stay on your feet at the docks with razor-siped soles. The Upper is a washable polyester webbing with a hydrophobic mesh lining so when they need a cleaning from the hustle and bustle of summer toss 'em in the washer and lay them on the back porch to dry. Features of the KEEN Men's Newport H2 Water Sandal with Toe Protection Durable water repellent helps shed water and prolong the life of the sandal KEEN's iconic toe bumper offers additional safety to help prevent injury Siping disperses water underfoot to provide superior grip on slippery terrain Lace-lock bungee capture system provides a secure Fit and quick easy on/off Use a small amount of detergent wash on gentle cycle and air dry
J. An: It does the job; it grinds the beans and brews coffee. But there is a couple of things they can improve.1. When it grinds the bean, the coffee powder sticks to the lid and the top edge of the basket. Unless you stop the machine when grinding is finished and brush all the powder to the bottom of the basket, you'll end up with very thin watery coffee.2. The measuring marks on the canister and the water tank don't match. 3 Cups in the canister is only 2 cups in the water tank. This is some silly oversight.3. I tried to use it as a coffee grinder for my Espresso machine. Even though the basket was completely dry, some powder still stuck in the bottom. And I couldn't get it all off. I wish I had bought a nice coffee grinder instead of this machine.But if you are looking for a simple coffee maker with a grinder attached, this might be the one.
Jen "Jen": Very ingenious device. Just dump the beans into the brewing basket, the water into the reservoir, and out comes coffee! You can also use already-ground coffee if you have that on hand. The grinding/brewing basket is a metal mesh so no more paper filters to buy. A couple points to note: if you are a very fastidious person (I'm not) you might be concerned over the coffee residue that you cannot easily clean out of the part of the basket where the grinding blades are - you can't remove them. Also, a fair bit of steam comes out of the top of the (rather tall) unit. So if you are planning to put this on a counter under a cabinet you might want to rethink the location. But those minor points aside, this makes using fresh-ground coffee so much more convenient and cleanup seems easier than some of the other grind and brew machines whose reviews I read in here.
Jesse Adkins "Intercooler": This is my first maker ever and I read all the reviews on Amazon which pointed to this one being best. I found that the grinds don't seem to be there when placed on setting 7 and overall I am really happy with it. If you are looking for a mill/brew I think this is the best.
jmm "jmm1103": We've been very happy with this product. It makes very good coffee and the grinding/programming functions are easy to understand and use. Couple that with the fact that it sells for slightly more than half the price of the comparable competitive models and you have a great deal.
John Mill "Stewart": Like my last Melitta, this one also only lasted about a year (11 months to be exact). I purchase a DeLonghi this time and am even happier with the taste (the quality of the DeLonghi seems better too... I'll let you know in 11 months!).