This single serve MyJo coffee maker uses Keurig K-cups (yes, yes, I know they suck. Please hold your comments), yet it only costs $12, can fit in a carry-on, and doesn’t even require electricity to operate. It probably doesn’t make amazing coffee, but it seems like a pretty great setup for traveling. [Presto MyJo K-Cup Single Cup Coffee Maker, $12]

Want a more traditional K-Cup brewer? [Ekobrew Universal K-Cup Brewer for Keurig 2.0 and 1.0 K-cups, $60. Discount shown in cart]

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