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Keurig K130/B130 Brewing System

by Keurig
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List Price: $129.99
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Single Serve
  • Choice of 1 cup size (8 oz.)
  • Single-use water reservoir
  • Pictorial instructions
  • Mug sensor
  • Energy Savings Mode - Auto Off
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Keurig K130/B130 Brewing System + Keurig My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter + Mind Reader "Anchor" Coffee Pod Storage Drawer for 36 Keurig K-Cup, 42 CBTL/Verismo Coffee Pods, Black
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Product Details

Size: Single Serve
  • Product Dimensions: 10 x 7 x 11 inches ; 7.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B004978NKY
  • Item model number: K130, previously known as B130
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (913 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #260 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Size: Single Serve

Keurig K130 (previously known as B130) Brewing System Brewing System brews a perfect cup of coffee, tea, hot cocoa or iced beverage in under three minutes. It offers an Auto Off feature after each brew. To operate, you simply add fresh water into the single-use reservoir, choose your favorite K-Cup, brew and enjoy.


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Customer Reviews

It makes a perfect cup of coffee.
Goodwich
The small footprint works great on limited counter space.
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They're very easy to use and clean.
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1,175 of 1,245 people found the following review helpful By ScottoR on March 13, 2013
Size Name: Single Serve
If you don't read any other reviews in full, please read mine. There are some things to be aware of before buying the B130.

I don't own this model of Keurig, but I've used it at a hotel for a few days. I'm looking to buy a small brewer like this for my office, and came across the reviews here. There are many good reasons not to buy the B130, most of which are just a good lesson in doing research before buying:

- On Amazon, it's called the "Keurig B130 DeskPro Brewing System". On Keurig's website it's called the "Keurig B130 In-Room Brewing System". Strange, huh? If you read the rest of the description from Keurig, this machine is clearly intended for use in the hospitality industry (e.g. in hotels), and not in the home.

When a company sells products for commercial/industrial use and products for home use, ALWAYS do your research before opting for the commercial/industrial items. As is the case with Keurig, companies usually have different warranties and customer service policies for each. Hence they may not honor the commercial warranty for an individual home or office user.

- Some reviews complain that the B130 brews slowly. Yes, it does. That's evident from the fact that Keurig's site lists it as consuming 700W of power. (By contrast, the similarly-sized Keurig MINI Plus Brewing System for home use consumes 1425W of power). Why is this important? If you want to heat 8 oz. of water, it will take roughly twice as long to do it using 700W of power vs. 1425W, all other things being equal. That's a matter of physics and not of product design.

Why did they sacrifice speed for lower power consumption? It's not to save money, because using 1400W for 2 minutes costs exactly the same as using 700W for 4 minutes.
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612 of 660 people found the following review helpful By Karen A. Brady on February 9, 2012
Size Name: Single Serve Verified Purchase
I love Keurig coffee makers and I have purchased 3. One for home, one for work and one for my son. I used to buy the tea k-cups, but I found I could just put any kind of tea bag in the place for the cup and the tea brews just fine.
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327 of 361 people found the following review helpful By Steven Rossellini on June 20, 2012
Size Name: Single Serve Verified Purchase
The Keurig B130 worked for two months and then simply would not power on. I phoned Keurig's customer service line and was told that my brewer was a commercial brewer and never should not have been sold via Amazon. It made no difference that the brewer was still well within the 12 month warranty period. I told the Keurig customer service representative that the B130 was actually sold by Wholesale Kitchen Inc., doing business as Kitchenista via Amazon. When given the serial number of the B130, the customer service representative said it only tracked to a distributor in Las Vegas, Nevada, and that I would have to "handle any customer service problems with Wholesale Kitchen Inc." I am sending the brewer to Amazon returns and if necessary will handle the problem via my credit card company.
If you are considering the purchase of this unit, B130 DeskPro, NO NOT purchase it via Amazon unless you are prepared to spend considerable time and frustration attempting to resolve any issues, should the brewer fail within its warranty period.

Added 9:05 pm CDT, June 21, 2012: I just received the following message via Amazon's messaging system from the seller, Kitchenista:
"Hi,
We are sorry to hear about this but since it was shipped to you by Amazon.com you would have to deal with them directly.
Unfortunately we can't do anything from our end.

Take care,
Kitchenista"
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And there you have my unsatisfactory experience with Keurig and Wholesale Kitchen Inc. dba Kitchenista.
I will purchase another Keurig brewer, but locally, from a chain retailer who stands behind the products it sells. If I get another lemon, it'll go right back to the retailer...in person.
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270 of 309 people found the following review helpful By Douglas Layne on May 14, 2012
Size Name: Single Serve Verified Purchase
When I bought this for my office (cubicle), I really wanted to like this Keurig brewer.

I own a B60 which has provided me with great tasting coffee at home for the past 3 or 4 years. Except for it's water pump being a bit noisy (OK, it shakes the walls of my house), I have no complaints about the B60 or the Keurig single cup brewing concept, in fact, I love it.

Unfortunately, after using the B130 for two months, I have to admit that what other reviewers have said about the "rubber" or "plastic" smell and taste is true. I believe this is due to its design and, therefore, the bad taste will not disappear over time. The problem seems to be that the heating element is right next to the Kcup holder. So, while it is heating the water for the few minutes it takes after pouring the single cup's worth of water into the tank, it is also heating the *plastic* Kcup and Kcup holder. The odor and taste of the over heated Kcup makes it into the cup of coffee.

I have replaced the B130 in my office with a new Keurig B60 Special Edition Brewing System and I am now enjoying the same great tasting coffee that I enjoy at home. For those who have suggested it is the water or the coffee, I am using the exact same filtered water and the exact same Kcup (Caribou Coffee, Caribu Blend) in my new B60 as I was using in the B130. Would anyone like to buy a slightly used B130?
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