Opinions on the best single-cup coffee maker are mixed depending on how much an individual's budget is and what he is looking for. Cnet.com states its favorite is the Bunn MyCafe MCU, while Good Housekeeping also calls it the "most versatile." Good Housekeeping recommends the Keurig Vue as best all-around.
Popular Mechanics states that the Phillips Douwe Egberts Senseo Classic was the cleanest, fastest and cheapest single-cup coffee maker that they tested at a price of $49.99 for the machine and between $0.59 to $0.69 per cup of coffee. Good Housekeeping recommends Hamilton Beach's The Scoop Single-Serve coffeemaker as a bargain buy at a retail cost of $80 on Amazon.