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Keurig 119011 KOLD Drinkmaker, White (Discontinued)
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- 52 oz. water reservoir
- 10 oz. capacity trip tray
- 8 oz. perfectly portioned beverages
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KEURIG KOLD delivers on-demand choice of freshly made cold beverages right at home : Coke, Diet Coke, Dr. Pepper, Canada Dry, craft sodas, seltzers, iced teas, flavored waters, sports drinks, cocktail mixers, and more all made with signature Keurig simplicity. Choose your pod, pop it in the drink maker and press the KOLD button. The KOLD drink maker will do the rest. Before you know it, you'll be enjoying perfectly chilled, still or sparkling beverages made fresh, just for you. No CO2 canister, no messy syrup bottles and no fuss.
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POP QUIZ! Let's say you're having a get together and 10 people show up. Everyone is thirsty. What seems easier?
A. Saying, "Help yourself. There's cans of soda in the fridge."
B. Getting out 10 glasses, and waiting 90 seconds to fill each one, one by one until you fill 6 up of course and then you have to refill the reservoir and wait for the machine to chill a while. Oh you forgot to take the seal off the pod? That's $1.25 you've just thrown in the trash.
If you chose option A, but need more convincing, then keep reading. This is gonna be a long one. If you chose option B, then there's nothing I can say or do to stop you from loving this product.
Let me break this review down starting with price and moving forward.
$370 for a single serve soda maker. Ok. So it looks promising. It's futuristic. But the cost of a 12 pack of canned soda is about $5 at the super market. So for $370 you can get 74 12 packs of soda (that's 888 cans). Still love this product? What if I told you that 4 pods for the Keurig Kold is $5 and each pod only produces 8 ounces of soda. So instead of twelve 12oz cans of your favorite soda, you get 4 8oz glasses of it for the same price. Let's do the math here so $5 for 32 oz vs $5 for 144oz. If that alone doesn't convince you to never buy this product, I don't know what will.
So when you buy regular cans of soda you can feel good about recycling and keeping the Earth clean. When you buy Keurig Kold pods, you can fill guilty for poisoning the Earth. But if you just flat out hate the earth you can save money while hating it by buying a 32oz Big Gulp at 7 Eleven for $0.99 and save $374 instead of buying this machine and pods for your soda of choice.
If you have kids and you like to stay up wen they go to bed, get a can of soda from the fridge, because I guarantee you that opening that soda can will be a lot quieter than making a soda with your new Keurig Kold. Continuous noise of over 50 decibels (louder than a normal conversation which doesn't seem like much but when people in your house are sleeping, it can be enough to wake them up).
In the manual when you first set it up, it says to fill the water reservoir, plug it in, and let the machine chill the water...for 2 hours and it's also loud for the majority of that time. Oh and then you can't use it. Instead you must clean and prime the machine (run one cycle through with the special priming pod they provide in the box). So you get home from work, receive your new Keurig Kold, and by the time it's done chilling the kids are already in bed and you have to wait until morning. Oh, and like I mentioned in my first example, after 6 oz glasses of soda, you have to let it "chill" for a while (I don't know if this is another 2 hours or not. The instructions didn't specify, so I assume it's just until the light on the button is blue again).
The light on the button changes different colors for various things. It goes from white to a light light blue, to a definite blue. If you are slightly colorblind like I am, you won't be able to tell the difference between the two blues and will end up asking your spouse what color the button is so you don't try to run the machine when you're not supposed to.
this machine is about double the size of my Keurig coffee maker. Just look at the picture on my review.
Here's the thing, coffee is somewhat of a hassle to make with a regular coffee maker and sometimes you end up making a full pot and only drink a cup or two, which leaves you to throw the filter away, and empty out the pot. Keurig got it right when they made their single serve coffee maker. It brews coffee to match your mug/cup size, it doesn't take forever, and it doesn't make too much noise. You just pop the cup in, hit the button and go. That was efficient. I don't think Keurig had efficiency in mind when they created the Keurig Kold. I can easily grab a soda from the fridge faster than this machine can make an 8oz glass of the same soda for me.
Setup was simple. Take off 100 pieces of tape and put the cup holder on it, fill the reservoir with water, wait 2 hours for chill time, and primer.
That's it. That's my long winded review of the Keurig Kold. Bottom line, if you buy this, I feel sorry for you.