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Keurig B70 Platinum Brewing System
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- Single-cup home brewing system for use with patented K-Cups
- One-touch control panel; blue backlit LCD display; digital clock; programmable on/off
- 5 brew-size options; adjustable brew temperature; removable drip tray
- Blue-lit removable 60-ounce water reservoir; descale indicator; dishwasher-safe parts
- Measures 13-4/5 by 10-2/7 by 13 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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The Platinum Brewing System is Keurig's best single-cup brewing system for your home. This premium model offers discerning coffee drinkers the widest range of five cup size options for brewing. The Platinum offers the full spectrum of features including Auto On/Off, Digital Clock, Adjustable Temperature Control and the "Set Your Favorite Cup Size" option. The largest available 60 oz. removable water reservoir holds up to ten cups before refilling and the removable drip tray allows for easy cleaning and the use of travel mugs. The sleek, award-winning design is a unique footprint among Keurig's line of home brewing systems and includes both a blue lit water reservoir and blue lit LCD display. 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!
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The water container has nice blue LED lights that give a backlight so you can see the level in dark conditions. I believe the water container is 72oz therefore you do not have to refill it too often. They do recommend either filtered water or bottled water though. I would assume that if you use the included filter that tap water would be fine too.
This comes with 5 nice brew sizes, auto on and off feature to save energy, a sleep mode, along with the ability to add a water filter, also has brew temp settings. Comes with 12 variety pack of K-Cups too!
Pros: Easy instructions, set up, customization settings, and awesome variety of K-Pods to choose from.
Cons: You are on your own to figure out which brew size is best for your taste. I like my coffee strong, therefore if I brew a travel mug, I would probably brew two smalls instead of one brew of the 11.5 oz travel mug
This is a great machine, K-Cups are available everywhere now in so many varieties. You cannot go wrong with this purchase.
The easy of use, speed, quiet operation is a big improvement; an even bigger one is the savings in being hassled in thoroughly cleaning a typical coffee drip system: gold filter, coffee pot, etc. I'm enjoying the laziness I can exhibit in using this no muss no fuss pod system.
I have used the self filling, reusable filter system several times to enable me to drink my prefereed Dunkin Donuts self ground coffee which I purchase in 5 lb bags and after experimenting with various setting of cup size and filter volume used I can reproduce the cup I can make with a drip brewing system... but it requires a full filter and reduced cup size setting which means I have to do it twice to get my full mug size I prefer.
The varieties of pods are numerous and quite flavorful and since I like a full mug of coffee, I am sticking with the most bold, strongest pod varieties which produce a strong full mug of coffee.
My only criticism of the whole process is temperature, cost of pods, and environmental impact.
I like the hottest cup of coffee I can get; the maximum brewing temperature of this unit is 192 degrees and the coffee produced barely hot enough and only is barely adequate because I use the biggest mug size and thoroughly preheat my mug before brewing. I jsut don't understand why they don't make the brewing temp 202-204 degrees as has been proven to be necessary to optimize a coffee drip process..Alot of the 192 degrees gets cooled off in heating the pod contents to get to brewing temperature with the thin concentrate at the end of brewing being the hottest liquid out. Thus if one used a small cup size one gets a limp, tepid, lukewarm brew result...Stick to high volumes and warm your mug in advance!!!
Pods aren't cheap even thru Amazon or Keurig club, which I am a member of...I guess that's capitalism at work...
The piles of these plastic pods piling up around this country has to be a developing issue and since they seem to be made of plastic a long term issue and waste; A biodegradable system should be developed if it hasn't already...my goal is to get to 50% self filling mode...
If anyone know how to jiggle the brew temp to a higher temp let me know...
Overall, I'd recommend...
UPDATE - Dec 2013. I purchased the Keurig ice tea pitcher recently (Keurig by Capital Products Brew Over Ice Insulated Carafe - available on Amazon) and no longer have to use the measuring cup. Makes all the difference in the world! Since I'm the only one who drinks ice tea, the pitcher is the right size. Although the directions tell you to fill it with ice when brewing, I don't. I like to add the sugar first, then brew the tea, which results in the sugar dissolving with only a quick stir needed. I don't think using ice would work as well. Anyway, I always add ice to my glass. Still love this Keurig. Highly recommend it.