Keurig K15 single-serve coffee makers are on sale: Save up to 36%


TL;DR: Amazon has select colors of this mini Keurig coffee maker on sale; it retails for $99.99, but you can order one for as little as $63.55 (a 36% savings). 

Remember the summers when you had nothing to do but play in sprinklers, cover your sidewalks in chalk doodles, and not think about any sort of work whatsoever? Time, man. It's really doing the thing. 

Getting out of bed and then slogging through a long day's work in a stuffy office is even harder when it's nice outside, but that's nothing a fresh cup of coffee can't fix. And just between us, it helps to have a coffee maker that brews a cup so fast, you don't have any spare time to think about how you're wasting your life away in a cubicle. (You're fine. Everything's fine.) Read more...

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