Best Keurig 2020

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It is really just a matter of choosing which of Keurig’s various models would perfectly suit your needs. And with so many to select from, just being aware of where to begin can be a daunting prospect.

Therefore, we have put together this comprehensive and informative guide to the very best Keurig coffee makers that are presently available. Whether you desire to upgrade your current machine or you are about to cave and get your first Keurig, here is all you need to know.

  1. Keurig K575

This model is among Keurig’s most famous models and with good reason. This model just like all Keurig’s coffee machines, is well-designed and appears great on any countertop. This model measures 10.2-inches wide, by 13.4-inches deep, by 13.6-inches high. Also, this model features 2 filters, and comes with 6 complimentary K-cups.

PROS

  • It has an 80-ounce water reservoir which means it is the biggest in the industry
  • Customizable nightlight
  • Wallpaper colours
  • It has a fully programmable digital clock

CONS

  • You will need to purchase a carafe if you want to brew multiple cups in one sitting
  1. Keurig K145 OfficePRO

Keurig does not just make coffee machines that are best suited for home. They also make office coffee makers too. So, assuming that you are in search of something easy to work with various tastes, the K145 might work for you. Also, this model can brew iced tea, hot chocolate, tea, and coffee. In addition, it accommodates 3 cup sizes, which includes 6, 8, and 10-ounce.

PROS

  • It has a 48-ounce water reservoir
  • It has a decaling beamer which allows you know when the machine needs descaling and cleaning

CONS

  • Too much noise
  1. Keurig K155 Office Pro

This model is intended to be the next level up when it comes to office coffee machines. Nevertheless, this commercial brewing system is also very famous for home use with more serious coffee fans. The main merits of this model are the superior capacity and consecutive brewing time.

PROS

  • It has a huge 90-ounce water reservoir
  • The LCD touchscreen control panel lets you choose your desired water temperature
  • A built-in descaling function lets you to keep the machine clean

CONS

  • The machine cannot be connected to a water line
  1. Keurig K475

This model is typically affordable than the K155 and is designed for home, instead of office use. Also, the K475 is available in stealthy, understated black, or assuming that you fancy something different to sex-up your countertop, they also provide this model in Vintage Red. In addition, it has an array of programmable settings that are accessible with the LCD touchscreen display interface.

PROS

  • 5 temperature settings
  • Power saver
  • 5 cup sizes

CONS

  • The machine cannot be hooked to the main water
  1. Keurig K55 K-Classic

This model has long been another one of Keurig’s most famous models. It is a neat and single serve coffee making machine that will offer you a delicious cup of Joe at the touch of a button. Also, this model is perfect for single couples, homeowners, students, or even for an office that is small with fewer than 10 staff members.

PROS

  • It is great for brewing newbies
  • It is affordable, unlike other similar models
  • It has a generous 48-ounce water tank

CONS

  • It cannot be hooked to the main water
  1. Keurig K250

This model is one of the 2.0 series of Keurig coffee makers and combines simplicity of operation with good design, high-quality manufacture, and reliability. Presently, it has been replaced by the Select model, which we will still discuss. But this model is still sold and well cherished by majority of people. Select from a range of colours, which includes white, red, grey, turquoise, pearl, and peacock blue.

PROS

  • Versatility
  • It has a 40-ounce water reservoir
  • The reservoir is quick and simple to detach from the machine for cleaning and refilling

CONS

  • It does not have all the bells and whistles of other models
  1. Keurig K-Mini

This model is one of the most straightforward home coffee makers on the market. This machine aims squarely at people that loves coffee and are not looking to re-invent the wheel when it comes to their home-brewing. Therefore, if you are in search of a compact and portable coffee making machine, this model is right for you.

PROS

  • It comes below the average 100 dollars price point
  • The design is refreshingly sleek

CONS

  • It is a basic machine
  1. Keurig K-Elite

For people who are already in love with Keurig, we recommend going for the K-Elite. This model possesses all the features you have come to expect of Keurig’s coffee machine, plus some added extras. Among the exciting added features is the iced setting, for people who love a little variety.

PROS

  • It has a generous 75-ounce water reservoir
  • The reservoir is removable for simple cleaning and refilling

CONS

  • It comes at a higher price point
  1. Keurig K-Select

Assuming that you are in search of something a little stronger, this model actually has a button that lets you to brew a stronger coffee. It also offers a button for a powerful brew to make coffee that give a taste more like what coffee is supposed to taste like.

PROS

  • The maintenance reminders are great for helping you keep up your machine
  • It has 4 cup sizes

CONS

  • Pricey
  1. Keurig K-Cafe

Assuming that you are in search of something that can do a little more than the run of the mill pod-brewer schtick, then this model is what you need. The most observed feature of this model is the automatic milk frother.

PROS

  • The 60 oz water reservoir is removable and can brew about 6 cups
  • The K-cafe has a smart start and auto-off functionality

CONS

  • Expensive

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