Keurig K475 Single Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker with 12oz Brew Size, Strength Control, and temperature control, Programmable, Black

August 18, 2018 - Comment

Keurig K475 Single Serve Programmable K- Cup Pod Coffee Maker with 12 oz brew size and temperature control, Black Product Features WHAT’S IN THE BOX: 6 K-Cup pods and a water filter handle + 2 filters to help your beverages taste their best and 2.4 inch color touch display screen Large 70oz water resevoir allows

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Keurig K475 Single Serve Programmable K- Cup Pod Coffee Maker with 12 oz brew size and temperature control, Black

Product Features

  • WHAT’S IN THE BOX: 6 K-Cup pods and a water filter handle + 2 filters to help your beverages taste their best and 2.4 inch color touch display screen
  • Large 70oz water resevoir allows you to brew 8+ cups more before having to refill, saving you time and simplifying your morning routine; The water reservoir is removable, making it easy to refill whenever you need to
  • K-Cup pod brew sizes (4, 6, 8, 10, 12 oz.); Brews a Carafe (22, 26, or 30oz) using K-Carafe pods, to give you more coffee when you need it (Carafe sold separately)
  • Strength control setting; Allows you to brew a bolder cup using any K-Cup pod brew size; Plus, five temperature settings allow you to enjoy your favorite beverage at your desired temperature
  • Large color touch screen with a digital clock makes it easy to brew a fresh, great tasting cup in under a minute; Plus, program your brewer to turn on or off automatically at set times, so that it is ready to go when you want it, and turns off to conserve energy
  • Dispense hot water only by opening and closing the brewer handle (without a pod), and selecting your desired brew size; A removable drip tray at the base of the brewer catches drips and makes for easy clean-up

Comments

RNCrawford says:

Honest (if snarky) review First off, verified purchase through Amazon from a self professed (and often accused) coffee snob. Second…while I know that people have differing experiences with the same product due to a host of valid reasons, posts claiming that not having a pod holder making this brewer “useless” and 1 staring it? Sorry, pet peeve about entitled personage hyperbole. My review is going to be blunt and perhaps a little stinging out of my annoyances about such idiotic reviews/comments cropping in, I’ll try to keep that to a minimum.Short version for the attention deficit: This gizmo brews a damn fine cup of coffee, you’ll have to experiment with settings with the Do-Your-Own refillable k-kups (especially if you grind your own beans) and buying just prepackaged k-kups if that’s your thing is brand reliable (meaning the taste is reliable on a brand by brand basis). The quality along with the convenience (even with DYO refillables) is IMO the best in the industry and it has a…

Debbie Lee Wesselmann says:

A Luxury Keurig Machine Ever since I bought my mother a similar 2.0 model over a year ago and been using it weekly, I’ve been waiting for my old one to die so that I could replace it with this. Although the old one is still going strong, we decided to find another place for it. I bought this one without hesitation.To be clear, this model is not a must-have in the Keurig line since more basic models selling for less do the job — more on that later. I love certain aspects of this: a bigger water tank, the ability to choose four different cup sizes, a strong brew option, and an easy-to-read display. The settings are more or less easy to navigate, and I like that I can set a default cup size and brew strength since my husband and I like to push and brew. The electronic controls can do a lot more: change the brew temperature; select a special hot cocoa cycle; allow you to select the “wallpaper” or background color of your display; set the clock; change languages (English, French,…

Rosemary S. Allan says:

Water Warning! I returned it within 2 weeks for a full refund. The one star is for the negative experience I had due to Keurig not advising buyers to avoid certain practices. Before I comment, there is a warning for any newer model Keurig owner! DO NOT USE SOFTENED WATER, EVEN IF IT IS FILTERED!!! The coffee pods were splitting and overflowing grains into almost every cup I made, causing me to throw away over a dozen coffee pods, not to mention wasted creamer and believing there was problem with the pod holder or needle that puncture the pod. I had no idea it was because of the softened, filtered water I was using from my fridge dispenser. I went to Keurig and YouTube online, tried cleaning options, could find no help from FAQ’s for this particular problem, and finally gave up, returning it to Amazon. Amazon is refunding me fully and I appreciate their policy. I then went to a BB&B, purchased another Keurig model, and the same thing happened due to not knowing about the water problem. This…

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