2016 - Volume #40, Issue #1, Page #33[ Sample Stories From This Issue | List of All Stories In This Issue | Print this story | Read this issue]
A Coffee Maker You Can Take To WorkThis COFFEEBOXX is designed to take to job sites or to the field. It operates on 120-volt power and works with single serve coffee pods.
The unit has a 3-ft. long retractable cord and a rubberized handle. It weighs 12 lbs. empty and has an impact-resistant shell and a crush-proof core that can withstand a 1,500-lb. load, says the company. Large sealed buttons allow you to make coffee while wearing gloves. Six external stainless steel tie-downs make it easy to strap the COFFEEBOXX into place if youíre driving on a bumpy road.
The unit comes with a 2 1/2-liter, spill-proof water tank that lets you make up to 10 cups of coffee before refilling. You press a button to select your cup size - 8, 10, or 12 oz.
The COFFEEBOXX has a hot water line thatís separate from the coffee, so you can pop a teabag, hot cocoa mix, or a pack of instant noodles or even oatmeal directly into the cup without worrying about any residual coffee taste.†
The Coffeeboxx sells for $249.99 plus S&H.
Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, (OXX, Inc., ph 866 233-4714; www.oxx.com).
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