The enhanced design to save up to 36 k-cup coffee pods. Easy to slide in and out to get pod you want.
Rubber Mat keep your coffee machine safe to put on the top of the drawer, but also absorbs vibrations
No additional space to store your favorite coffee Pods. Enjoy your coffee with simple organize.
- Product Dimensions: 13.7 x 3.3 x 12.9 inches ; 2 pounds
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds
- ASIN: B007R900WA
- Item model number: KT-AC-001
Holds more than 36!
Seller shipped fast. It arrived 2 days before the estimated delivery date. Packaging was perfect for the item. All in all, I am very pleased with my purchase.
Sturdy, Stackable, Vibration-Free
I purchased two of these, then went back and bought a third a few weeks later. I have them stacked three high and they feel very stable. They don’t shift when opening drawers or pushing gently and don’t vibrate at all when operating the coffee maker. They have rubber feet that don’t slide on the plastic top of my refrigerator and sink nicely into the foam top of the chassis underneath keeping it secured in place. The top surface seems fairly rigid, as I have not yet noticed any drooping from the weight of the Keurig and Baileys on top.
I can fit between 6 and 8 K-cups per column depending on the shape of the cup sidewalls and the orientation of the cups (reference customer images).
My first drawer operates very fluid; I would have guessed it was on rollers, but it’s not. My second drawer required a little work; I had to bend the rear upper-framework of the drawer slightly to keep it from rubbing on the ceiling of the chassis. So, drawer number two works rather swell now. My third drawer also operates rather smooth right out of the box with the friction being between that of drawer#1 and corrected drawer#2.
When opened, the drawers are self supporting. The drawer stops opening once all but the rear 1″ remains inside the chassis; this leverage keeps the drawer suspended open without any fear of it falling out onto the floor. If needed, you can lift the drawer at an angle and remove it just like any desk drawer can be removed.
Don’t be alarmed when first receiving the box and seeing ‘Glass Drawer’ on the top label; the center label should correctly state mesh drawer (reference customer images).
DON’T FORGET to clip the zip-tie on the front before trying to open the drawer.
I would highly recommend purchasing this K-cup drawer. It is one of the lower priced drawers on the market; it stacks well; it does not vibrate while operating the Keurig; it’s sturdy; and it’s a smooth operator.
A word of caution… This drawer (and all like it I suspect) will not fit under your Keurig and still allow enough room for your pod to open far enough to make a new cup of coffee if the machine an drawer are stacked under a standard cabinet overhang. It’s not a big deal, since the drawer provides flat “counter space” on it’s top, but it is something to keep in mind.
Practical and counter saving – LOVE it!
Coffee Storage drawer
Really holds 42 K cups, and is a very well made item
PERFECT for entertaining or for business use
I like it for several reasons:
1. It takes up very little space, unlike most K-Cup holders, since it fits underneath the brewer instead of next to it.
2. It stores six cups in six separate rows which makes it easy to choose from.
3. I can pull the drawer out so that our customers can see what we are offering and choose from them.
4. It provides a nice base for the brewer.
This holder seems well built and has held up well for far. I plan on buying more of these as the seem to be the storage solution that I was looking for.
Nice organizer for kcups, still fits under counter
1. It holds about 36 k-cups. Easier to fit if you flip them over every other one.
2. I have low upper kitchen cabinets and my mini Keurig fits on top of this with room to open the top and pour in a mug of water.
3. The cover material works great for catching the inevitable drops of water that will be spilled.
4. Enough room on the side of a mini-Keurig for a teacup plate.
1. The cover material on the top can be scuffed.
Not so good stuff:
Mine arrive with one side of the drawer’s top metal rod bulging out about 1/4″ which caused the drawer to stick when I attempted to open it. Rather than deal with the hassle of returning it, I used a rubber mallet to hammer it back in, but that just popped the bulge to the back. I can live with the back bulged out since I have pulled the drawer away from the wall enough so that the bulge is hidden in the back. The shipping container had no damage so this happened before it was shipped to me, and appears to be a manufacturing defect since it was not dented inward, but was dented outward.