|Item Weight||4.5 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.9 x 13 x 7.2 inches|
|Item model number||5076|
|Manufacturer Part Number||5076|
Keurig B150 or K150 Direct Water Line Plumb Kit
|Price:||$74.93 & FREE Shipping. Details|
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- Allows for a direct water line connection
- Works with the B150 Brewer
- Does not include filter, water line or fittings
- This tank allows you to hook up your own water line directly to the Keurig B150 Brewer
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Top Customer Reviews
There is more to the story, however. The unit I received was slightly damaged, the water level sensor magnet in the reservoir was loose, and the retaining device unhitched. I compared this to the pour over resevoir, discovered the error, got the magnet back in place, and re-installed the retainer. I didn't realize that I installed the magnet backwards, with the magnet facing inside instead of outside the reservoir. Because the magnet was backward, the unit thought there was no water in the reservoir. I thought the direct plumb kit was incompatible. I got it working perfectly after discovering and correcting my blunder.
I did not get the filter kit, so my warranty is void. The plumbing is rather simple, the unit is exactly like a dishwasher from a plumbing standpoint, so if you get a dishwasher hookup kit from your local hardware store, the only challenge is how it hooks into the water supply system. There is some adaptation required if you hook into the refrigerator ice-maker line as I did. For those that are plumbing challenged, you should consult with a good friend who is not, or hire a plumber as the instructions suggest.
This is a very expensive endevour for a home coffee maker, it is solely for those who value convenience highly, or want to brag about never having to fill the damn reservoir ever again. I love the fact that I can brew at will, or make cups for guests at will without having to fill.
Four stars instead of five only because I had to fix, troubleshoot, and re-fix. Otherwise, completely happy about the purchase.
I'm leaving some detailed instructions because it wasn't at all clear to me what was needed before ordering this item. Note that your specific requirements may vary, this is plumbing after all.
We use this machine every day to make at least 12 cups of coffee and filling it isn't really a chore, but having it all done automatically is really nice. The installation is super easy requiring only a medium phillips screwdriver for the kit, and a sharp pair of scissors or snips to cut the plastic tubing unless you have to deal with copper. If you're going to be placing this in proximity to your refrigerator and you have a relatively modern one, chances are there is a 1/4" polyethylene tube hooked up to copper coming out of the wall. If so you're in luck. If not you will need something like this: http://www.amazon.com/Watts-K-1-Polyethylene-Icemaker-25-Feet/dp/B000BQUF44/ref=pd_rhf_cr_s_cp_3_YC1B?ie=UTF8&refRID=0M2BQBGEJRKBAHK6MY2H to tap into the copper.
If you already have pex tubing you can simply cut it and insert the ends into a tee, then from the tee to the coffee maker. I recommend installing a valve so you can turn off the water just to the coffee maker for disconnection and cleaning.
Push tee: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000BVMY9S/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_S_ttl?_encoding=UTF8&colid=GSZE4YEE6WA8&coliid=I2ORDO5EEJRXFW
Tubing: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B000HE8EWK/ref=wl_it_dp_o_pC_S_ttl?Read more ›
It took me just minutes to hook this unit up. I had a water line setup for my retired Bunn automatic, so it was a matter of installing this kit, attaching a water line adapter (sold separately,) attached the water line and I was ready to go.
One thing to remember... it's important to completely unplug your brewer before attaching this unit. Simply using the power switch will not cause the brewer to recognize the direct connection.
I would highly recommend this option to anyone... I'm so glad I'm no longer spilling water, dealing with internal filters or worrying about getting air into the system... based upon our level of usage, this was a great choice!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Functions differently than I expected - the mechanical float is a safety shutoff - not the primary water level control. However, works perfectly.
Installation was easy.
FYI - **** YOU MUST PURCHASE PART # 50-201004-010 ALSO!!!. IT IS THE CONNECTOR THAT CONNECTS THIS PRODUCT TO THE WATER LINE.***** IT DOES NOT COME WITH THIS PRODUCT!Published 19 days ago by A.J.
Works great with the k155 office pro. Unfortunately the k155 is a dud. I've reviewed it.Published 1 month ago by Happy Mom
Very easy to install, but it does not come with any way to get water into the tank.
It does say that it doesn't come with fitting, filter, etc, but if you are like me,... Read more
Arrived OK. I am mad at Keurig for not including the attachment from the male 3/4 hose fitting to the 1/4 inch waterline. Read morePublished 2 months ago by AndrewBK
Worked as I expected. I bought a brass elbow (dishwasher) and reducer to 1/4" pressure tubing to plumb this to my ice maker. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. Pitts
started leaking after 2 months, very frustrating, unit becomes worthless, return policy is 30 days.Published 3 months ago by Christopher Darr