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Keurig B30 Mini Personal Single-Serve Brewing System, Red

by Keurig

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  • Single-serve brewing system for gourmet coffee or tea
  • Uses patented K-Cups; no messy grinding or clean up
  • Brews an 8-ounce cup at a time; ready in less than 3 minutes
  • 1-touch technology; variety pack of 10 K-Cups included
  • Measures 11-1/2 by 10 by 13-1/4 inches; 1-year limited warranty

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Quick Start Guide Manual [PDF]|Product Manual Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 8 x 10 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 9 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001Q23VXO
  • Item model number: 00034
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (148 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #139,347 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Personal single cup brewing system

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Customer Reviews

It makes great coffee one cup at a time.
RRO
It is very small and takes up little space, which is great for my VERY tiny 1950s kitchen.
S. Pichner
The Keurig B30 is very easy to use and the coffee tastes great.
D. Lee

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

454 of 460 people found the following review helpful By bnpttc on September 6, 2008
I previously purchased a B40 for my office. The convenience and selection of coffees immediately made it a favorite among co-workers and myself. Of course this meant that I wanted one for home. One problem with the B40 is the noise. Not bad for an office environment but unforgivable first thing in the morning at home. When the B30 was announced and promised to be quieter, that was just what the doctor ordered. This thing is VERY quiet in comparison. I only drink one cup in the morning prior to going to work so the lack of a reservoir is not an issue. If you want multiple cups 30 seconds apart this is not the machine for you. If you don't mind the extra step of dumping a cup of water in a hole and waiting 2 1/2 minutes after you press the brew button (if you own the B40 you were already doing this when you turned the power on) then this machine is great. Oh, and the small footprint means you can be very flexible in where you decide to put it. No major concessions in the countertop usage arena. Bottom line, quiet convenience in a small package makes this a winner.
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221 of 224 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Price on October 4, 2008
After enjoying my full-size B60 at home for about a year now, I really wanted to get one for my office. However, I didn't see the need to buy another B60, or a B40 for that matter, since I'd only be using it a few times a week (I'm not "in" my office that much). Once I heard about the Mini 30, my curiosity was peaked.

I think most negative reviews will be from people who plan on using this as their main K-cup brewer, and that's a shame, because this most certainly is not meant for that job. Reasons why:

1) It has a long brew time (usually around 2 minutes for the 8 oz it holds) and has to be filled with water for each cup.
2) It has only one cup size (8 oz).
3) It has no adjustable temperature setting (but the default is perfectly fine at about 192 degrees).

It has some odd quirks too. For example, there's a separate "power" button that's located quite distant from the "brew" button, and the unit will automatically turn itself off after brewing a cup. So for multiple cups, you have to turn it on, then after loading the k-cup and water, press brew. For each cup. Additionally, the light on the power button is not easy to see if the machine is below eye-level, so I have to squint to see if I pressed it on or not. A more powerful LED (like the blue ones on the B60) or a beeping noise might be helpful to know if it's on, or at least relocate the power button by the brew button!

While not as heavy as, say, a Kitchen Aid mixer, it is quite well constructed. It doesn't have the metal trim of the B60, but chrome finished plastic for the handle on the head, and the grate for the overflow plate. The machine opens and closes with sturdy hinges, so it seems durable for the future.
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150 of 154 people found the following review helpful By J. San on November 23, 2008
I have the B40 and have recently purchased the B30. I use the B40 for home and enjoy it with my husband.

The coffee at work is sub-par at best and for some time now wanted to purchase another B40 for my office. I didn't want to share it with the other 30 people in my office by putting it in the shared kitchen. My co-workers are nice people, but considering how the fridge looks, they're not the most considerate in the "shared appliances" world.

So when Keurig people came out with the B30, I was happy to check it out. It has a small footprint -- perfect for my desk. It's a attractive, yet not so flashy so may go un-noticed on my desk area at work.

It makes coffee just as well as my full-sized machine. I plan to use it regularly with a "My K-Cup" that I purchased. I think the design is nice and sleek overall.

There are two ways to turn on the machine. One is to simply push the power button. The other is to simply open up the slot to put the K-Cup pod in, and the machine will automatically turn on when you close it. Once you close it, the cap for the water resevoir opens for you to fill. Once you fill and close, THEN you place your cup. When it senses your cup, you push the brew button, and it silently heats up the water and dispenses in about 2 minutes. Once you take your cup, the machine will automatically shut off. Nice. However, not so nice if for a family - repeating is too time consuming for more than 2 people.

I also have to say that it is silly that the machine turns itself off -- since just after brewing, you'll want to take the K-Cup out to toss. Opening of course, just turns the machine back on. I guess some people just leave the machine with the used K-Cup in until the next brewing.
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43 of 44 people found the following review helpful By Phil on January 11, 2009
This is my first venture into the world of single-serve coffee makers. I researched for several weeks, visited stores, researched some more, then decided upon the Keurig system. To me, this system seems like the best balance of affordability, availability, and convenience.

I went to a local store, Christmas gift cards in hand, and purchased a B60 Special Edition for my office. As you may suspect since this is a review for the Mini, the B60 experience was not a good one. Following the quick start guide, I had the unit unpacked, setup across my office next to my drip coffee maker, and the priming process started. Not much was really happening so I walked back to my desk to check on a few emails. That was when things roared to life. The unit started making loud noises followed by not so good vibrations. I watched, not very amused but captivated, until I realized the unit was actually "walking" toward the edge of the table. The vibration was to the point that before I could walk the 6 feet to the unit the travel mug was on the floor and the unit was a good inch over the edge. I caught the unit but dislodged the reservoir stopping the priming process which I never could figure out how to restart. Fortunately it was the weekend and I was the only one in the building to enjoy the show. The support number was answered promptly and kindly. They entered a ticket and told me they "were experiencing higher than expected call volumes" and I might experience a delay in receiving support. Long story short, I got restless and took the unit back to the store for a refund that evening. Even if a properly working B60 was only half as loud or vibrated half as much, it would have been far louder than I care for.

It was back to the research and visiting stores.
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