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iCoffee Ops Single Serve Brewer by Remington

Flashy design

Easy usability

SpinBrew technology

Water reservoir

Dial-a-Brew

Cup compatibility

Price point

The iCoffee Opus Single Serve Brewer is a Keurig competitor that puts a new spin on your morning joe. Click through for a closer look.

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The iCoffee Opus sports a glossy, black build with stainless-steel accents and blue LEDs.

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It's also very easy to use. At the touch of a single button, you'll be able to brew up your morning java in less than a minute.

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iCoffee sets itself apart from other single-serve coffee makers with SpinBrew technology. Basically, the machine will spray a spinning stream of water within the K-Cup during the brew cycle. iCoffee claims that this agitation process helps produce a less bitter brew.

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Like with most single serve brewers, you'll need to keep the water reservoir filled. iCoffee's holds 75 ounces.

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There's a convenience dial that'll let you adjust the brew size from 4 to 12 ounces.

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iCoffee claims that its brewer will work with any K-style cup, including knockoff brands that won't work in Keurig 2.0 brewers.

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The iCoffee Opus retails at $140. Does it brew a better cup than the competition? Read our full review to find out.

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