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Keurig B60 Special Edition Brewing System
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- 1500-watt single-cup brewing system for gourmet coffee, tea, or cocoa
- Uses patented K-Cups; no messy grinding or clean up
- Removable 48-ounce water reservoir; removable drip tray
- 3 brew-size options; 2-hour automatic shut-off; descale indicator
- Brewer requires 4 minutes of priming before being ready to use. See Product Manual below
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The Special Edition Brewing System is our mid-luxury home brewing system that offers a blend of styling and convenient features. The Special Edition features chrome accents, a blue, back lit LCD display and three brew size options. Programmable features include a Digital Clock, Adjustable Temperature and Auto On/Off. The 48-ounce removable water reservoir holds up to eight cups before refilling and for the removable drip tray allows for easy cleaning and the use of travel mugs.At initial set up, once the machine is filled with water, it will take approximately 4-minutes for the water will be heated. During the heating period the red light next to ‘HEATING’ on the LED Control Center will become illuminated. Once the water is heated, the red light will turn off and the Small Mug Button will flash. Press the Small Mug Button to start a cleansing brew. Pour the hot water into the sink. The Brewer may take 15 seconds to reheat water between brews during which time the red light next to ‘HEATING’ on the LED Control Center may be illuminated. When the water has heated, the red light will turn off. The one-time set-up process is now complete and you are ready to brew!
Top Customer Reviews
Google... Keurig won't dispense. People do tutorials on YouTube for how to fix. UNPLUG it You need a paper clip, we used a small finishing nail for lack of a paper clip and it worked. On our model there are 2 "needles" and 4 holes where the coffee comes out and you need to stick the ppclip in each of the holes. This solved our problems. Good luck.
However, the coffee maker was built with a hefty design flaw in which it eventually drips water on its own electric components while heating water. With that, it fried. I contacted Keurig about it, and when they were finally convinced plugging it in and pushing the power button was not working, they were swell enough to let me know I could keep the non-functioning unit and because this product was over a year old, they were willing to spot me 50 bucks on my next Keurig purchase. On the other hand, I don't care for the idea of purchasing a $100-$150 coffee maker every couple of years.
Amazon is awesome. Keurig is not as awesome.
If anyone knows where to find information on whether or not this issue was fixed with the newer model (K65) please let me know where it's located, and I may reconsider my stance.
First off, I'm going to tell you right off the bat, put Filtered or drinking water into the budget when buying this system. I've read people having trouble with their brewers breaking down over time. While not saying every instance for sure, I do think the majority of issues are caused by the type of water they are using. While Keurig said they recommend using filtered water, I say it should be required. Most water, especially from the tap obviously, will have abnormalities in it, chlorine, flouride, minerals, carbon, etc. I think it eventually will destroy the intricate mechanisms inside the best coffee makers. I used to work at a coffee shop. The big no no for making coffee was NEVER to use tap water in any type of instant brewer.
I say without question, do not use TAP water out of your faucet. Obviously it depends on your location, but most tap water will eat things like coffee brewers up. My water is really bad. I have instant water heater. I had my previous one replace after 2 years. The water literally ate up the tank and started leaking. It's basically a corrosive over time. This is the same premise for your coffee brewer, any coffee brewer for that matter, especially the ones that use internal heating for the k cups. So if you're going to get this amazing brewer, you gotta consider filtered water into the budget. Yes, you're going to pay more, but it will prolong the life of your Keurig brewer and most importantly, it will taste better too!
About the only things I've had come across, -- occasionally I noticed the brewer will give out different amounts of coffee, sometimes it uses more water, sometimes less. But it's very sporadic and the amount is pretty miniscule, so didn't affect the taste hardly at all. The best part about this brewer is the speed. I can wake up in the morning and in about 3 minutes time, I'll have the best tasting coffee in my hand ready to drink. Highly recommended. Just don't forget that water!
1. Very expensive
2. Though I haven't had any problems with it yet, I am lead by most reviewers to expect some sooner or later
3. Eco-cups or whatever they're called don't really work that well with my usual, preferred ground coffee
4. Have yet to find any brand of "k-cup" that measures up to said usual brand of coffee. I like an espresso roast and have been consistently disappointed in every Keurig-ready product I have tried
I feel like I paid $$$ for a machine that makes a really hot, mediocre-tasting cup of instant coffee. It's convenient for those afternoons when I have a sinkin' spell and need a quick pick-me-up but when I want a good cup of coffee I do not turn to the Keurig, I use my Braun. My Braun rocks, btw, I have had it for a good 10 years and it is still chugging along.