Keurig K-Cup Home Brewer
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- Single-cup brewing system for gourmet coffee, tea, or cocoa
- Uses patented K-Cups; no messy grinding or clean up
- Choice of 2 cup sizes,5.25oz and 7.25 oz
- brews in under 1 minute
- Removable 48-ounce water reservoir; removable drip tray
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Top Customer Reviews
The most reliable way to unstick the valves is to remove the water tank, unplug the device, hold it upside down over the sink and give it a good whack on the bottom. Really, this works. If you think that's an ok way to operate a device that costs this much, then this machine is for you.
More recently we've heard that Keurig support is telling folks that they cannot get a refund or replacement under warranty anymore because too many machines have been returned. Not honoring warranty? I don't see how that's legal. I can believe they are overwhelmed with returns, but that's the cost of business when you sell a bad design, keep selling it, keep insisting it's just scale build-up, keep refusing to support customers and continue selling the product. I believe they should have had full recall or refund for its customers. I know it sounds like I'm just another ranting reviewer but it really is a awful situation.
Unfortunately, all of our three Keurig coffee makers (B70, B75, and now the "Home Brewer" B44) all started "short cupping" between 6-9 months.
We've had many calls with Keurig's support staff. Eventually, all of our "Home Brewer" units failed irreparably shortly after the 12 month warranty expired. Once you're outside the twelve month window -- they tell you to buy another one. What a scam.
We're done with Keurig and won't purchase another. You just can't trust a company that ignores it's customers complaints about quality and keeps pushing out the same defective product. Just look at the percentage one and two star reviews regarding one of their premium coffee makers like the Keurig B70 (which has been out for a while now). You'll see lots of complaints about quality and failed units.
SUMMARY: You're better off going with a different single cup coffee maker. Search Amazon for B004O0AOMQ, B0041GNZSS, or just use the search terms Single Coffee Maker for alternatives.
After very few uses the Keurig started producing less and less coffee each time to the point of having to run 4-5 large cup cycles to get one normal size cup of coffee. After researching the issue we found that the Keurig needs to be periodically de-scaled using vinegar. This corrects the problem, however we barely get through another tank of water before it starts to take 4-5 cycles to brew 1 cup of coffee again. While our water may be hard, I don't think it's that bad. We have never had issues with any other brewing devices like this. In talking with a co-worker I found that I was not alone in this experience. He went through 3 Keurig coffee makers in a year before just getting rid of it and going back to a standard coffee maker. That is probably not too far off for me.
Well, for me it's back to brewing more stinky vinegar tonight so I can have a cup of coffee in the morning.
To Mr. Coffee, I'm sorry I threw you away. Please forgive me.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not impressed, this seems to be a base model, didn't fill the cup up and not enough options. It now sits collecting dust.Published 7 days ago by Amazon Customer
If you like small cups of coffee this is great but I like a LARGE cup and with this you have to run it twice!!Published 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
It is so simple to use, and brews a perfect cup every time. If you don't want to splurge on K-Cups, you can purchase a small accessory filter to use your own coffee. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
excellent one cup at a time coffee maker...easy to clean water basin and filter removal/replacing.... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Kyle Nelson