Keurig K575 Coffee Maker, Platinum

April 18, 2016 - Comment

The ultimate coffee maker. The Keurig K575 Coffee Maker features revolutionary Keurig 2.0 Brewing Technology, designed to read the lid of each K-Cup, K-Mug, or K-Carafe pod to brew the perfect beverage every time. The K575 coffee maker allows you to brew a 4-cup carafe with the same ease and convenience of brewing a single-serve

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The ultimate coffee maker. The Keurig K575 Coffee Maker features revolutionary Keurig 2.0 Brewing Technology, designed to read the lid of each K-Cup, K-Mug, or K-Carafe pod to brew the perfect beverage every time. The K575 coffee maker allows you to brew a 4-cup carafe with the same ease and convenience of brewing a single-serve cup – all at the touch of a button. Choose from over 500 varieties from 75 brands you love.

Product Features

  • Now with a 12oz. K-Cup pod brew size and temperature control!
  • Choose between five temperature settings to customize your perfect cup
  • 80oz water reservoir allows you to brew more before having to refill with our largest reservoir option
  • Extra large color touch screen
  • Hot water on demand
  • K-Cup Pod brew sizes: 4, 6, 8, 10, 12oz., K-Mug Pod brew sizes: 12, 14, 16, 18 oz. and K-Carafe Pod brew sizes: 22, 26, 30 oz.

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Comments

Steven Van Smaalen says:

Not as good as its predecessor. If you want a machine that brews a good cup of coffee then this will work for you. If you want a machine that puts all sorts of restrictions on what type of k-cups you can use this is also the machine for you. I think the Keurig is a great machine but it is a HUGE SHAME that the company decided to remove the ability to use your own coffee grounds in the home brew k-cup. I understand that Keurig is running a business and trying to keep their business operating at its best, but when you remove such a great feature and add too many restrictions “to ensure the system delivers on the promise of excellent quality beverages produced simply and consistently every brew every time”, I feel like that is just a cop out. They should have just said we made these changes so our products would sell more so we could make a bigger profit. Not only did they remove the home brew k-cup ability, but Keurig has changed to appearance of their k-cups so the 2.0 will scan and read the tops of the…

NJ-Coffee Lover says:

Great machine, horrible restrictions!!! First, let me begin by commenting on purchase background, pros and finally cons.Background:I have been using the v1 of the Keurig since it was released. We used standard k-cup, third party and plastic one (for ground coffee). All worked very well in the v1 of the machine. My only issue was the machine was collecting so much scale (minerals) internally that it was barely pumping even though I tried many cleaning routines. Be that as it may, I was still happy with the machine. I seen the v2 machine and value package at my local Costco and purchase it wanting to use the new features and get a full cup of coffee!Pros:It does seem to be a well thought out and well built machine. I do like the option of using standard k-cups, Vue packs and the large Carafe packs. Each has its own options menu. (e.g. the Vue latte double k-cups can perform a coffee and a frothing cycle). There are also k-cup options for cup size and now strength! The menu interface is…

larryhat says:

Corporate Greed Prevails!

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