Keurig® B70/K75 Platinum Brewer
In less than 60 seconds you can have a great cup of coffee or tea with this unique single serve brewing system. It also brews ice beverages, ice tea and ice coffee. Uses patented disposable K-Cup "mini-brewers"; that contain the precise grind and quantity of coffee or tea for a perfect cup. Brewing takes place inside the K-Cup, leaving no flavor residue from brew to brew and no messy grindings, drippings or cleanup. Place the K-Cup inside, close the lid and press the "brew" button. Choose from five brew sizes: 4 ounces, 6 ounces, 8 ounces, 10 ounces and 11.25 ounces. Features a side-mounted removable 72-ounce water reservoir and removable drip tray. LCD message center features a programmable 24-hour clock. Also includes adjustable temperature control. Removable drip tray is dishwasher safe. One-year limited warranty. Includes a 12-count K-Cup variety pack of gourmet coffees and teas. Measures 13" H x 10.3" W x 13.8" D. UL listed. Model# B70/K75.
Keurig® B70/K75 Platinum Brewer 77 78
Not worth the money I had my first Keurig for just about a year when it stopped brewing randomly. Had to unplug and plug back in. Same complaint you see all over review sites, so I called Keurig and after them having me reclean it for an hour, they sent me a new one. The new one is now 25 months old and the power is dead. No warranty=no customer service. Although they did offer me a discount, I'll try another brand. 2 machines with short lives for me and my boyfriend is on his second as well. Shoddy product. 2 stars because I like the coffee itself. May 3, 2013
One of my best friends in the kitchen I'm surprised at the reviews that say this makes lousy coffee. I'm thinking it's the coffee and not the machine. I've owned this machine for three years. It took a while to find a coffee that I like (I buy Costco's Bold Coffee K-Cups). I could not be happier! My husband and I don't like the same coffee, because he prefers light roast (colored water, I call it). Now, we can each have the exact roast that we like, with no wasted coffee. He has the k-cup filter, so he can fill up his bulk ground coffee. Personally, I like the convenience of slipping in a K-Cup of my favorite coffee. It takes a few tries to learn how much water you want to get the brew you want. This morning, after three years of daily use, it's broken! I'm heart-broken. I love it so much, that if it can't be fixed tonight, I am buying a new one right away. Bottom line, I don't taste plastic and my advice it to play around until you find the brand of coffee that you like. Once you do, you will never want to go back to a coffee pot (which I have in storage and might have to drag out for a few days...boo!) March 28, 2013
Tates like Plastic I bought one in January 2013 and was very excited. The coffee tasted like plastic. There was a plastic aftertaste. I called customer service and they were great. The recommend running it through a couple cycles with vinegar and water. It still tasted like plastic, Customer Service then sent me a new K-Cup holder. This did not correct the problem, Customer service then sent me a completely new machine! It was better, but I still had the plastic aftertaste. I returned the machine. I was very disappointed. I would not recommend it. Apparently this is a problem with some machines. February 20, 2013
erfect cup, consistent, no waste This system brews an excellent cup of coffee…..AND here is how you get it. For a normal cup of coffee with medium of light roast grounds, use the 5.25 oz setting. Anything higher than that, you are really getting colored water. For a stronger cup, use the 3.25 oz (lowest) setting. If you are like me and desire a mug of coffee, around 10 oz, you will need to brew twice with the 5.25 oz setting and 3 times with the 3.25 oz setting. Use filtered water. I always brew one cup of water first thing. This warms up the systems components, flushes any loose coffee grounds that may have escaped the My K-Cup and warms up the coffee mug. Longevity? Great question! I have not called the manufacture to get the MTBF or MTBM (mean time between failures or malfunctions). If this number is low, that would back up the reviews I have read that state that these units do not hold up lasting 3 months to just over a year. Although I now have more steps to a mug of coffee, I get the perfect cup, it is consistent and there is no waste. That alone is worth the price of admission. December 26, 2012