Freedom Clip rids you of Keurig’s espresso pod tyranny

Freedom Clip rids you of Keurig's coffee pod tyranny

Keurig’s Okay-Cup 2.zero DRM safety did not maintain rogue pods out of its espresso machines for lengthy, and one other firm created an add-on to bypass the system. The Rogers Household Firm, a purveyor of a few of these unapproved espresso merchandise, made the appropriately-named Freedom Clip: a small insert that’ll help you use these “non-accredited” espresso and tea servings. Keurig’s newer machines acknowledge particular ink on the tops of its formally licensed pods, and people missing the identifier will not work. The clip tips machines into considering the safety measure is current, and the parents at Rogers are giving it away free of charge. In fact, it is in all probability hoping you will nab a field of pods as a show of gratitude.

Freedom Clip rids you of Keurig's coffee pod tyranny

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