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- Brews One 8-ounce Cup in under Three Minutes, Single-use Water Reservoir
- Mug Sensor - No Accidental Spills, No Glass Pots to Clean, Break or Crack
- Easy Cleaning and Maintenance
- No Coffee Grounds or Wet, Messy Filters
- Energy Savings Mode - Automatic On/Off Function
- Power: 700 watts
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First cup. Fourth cup - with Keurig, it's always a fresh cup. Pamper your guests with a touch of home away from home with the Keurig K130 in-room brewer, specifically designed for hospitality. Its step-by-step instructions allow any guest to operate the machine with ease. Your housekeeping staff will love it, too, because with the K130, there are no carafe or drip baskets to clean. There are no grounds or wet, messy filters to pick up. All brewing takes place within the K-Cup pod, which is easily disposed of, with zero mess.
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I did run about 8 cycles through the system before making my first cup of coffee to avoid the "burnt plastic" taste I have read about in other reviews. I ran one of the cycles with distilled white vinegar instead of water.... This will help if you get the plastic taste.
Now as far as the complaints about not being able to use a reusuable filter like the "my k-cup".... I have read the only filter that will work with this system is the newest version of the SoloFill cup. It can be found here on Amazon. I ordered one and I should receive it next week. I will let you know if it does in fact work. I would love to be able to use my own coffee with this system.
Bottom line- If you are looking for a smaller cheaper alternative to the larger Keurig brewers, this will be perfect for you. Keep in mind it is a single serve brewer though and only makes 8oz cups where the other brewers have multiple cup size options.
Still loving this Keurig brewer.
Received the Solofill reusuable kcup today and it DOES work just fine with this machine. So if your looking for a reusuable cup instead of the one time use kcups, the Solofill works just fine!
I sent 2 emails, and i posted a picture of the rust on Keurig's Facebook wall. The corporate office got back with me today, and they will be sending me out a Mini Plus Personal brewer instead of the commercial one (k130). The problem appears to be resolved. I even got an order confirmation for the new brewer sent to my email. (I think its also important that if you buy this brewer, that you register it on their website.) Good luck if you get any problems with this brewer; it will take some work to get it replaced.
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. Rather it's so that the brewer doesn't strain the electrical capacity available in a hotel room. That's a valid concern for hotels (the intended customers of this product), and not necessarily a concern for a home user.
- Some reviews complain that the B130 is not compatible with the Keurig MY-KCUP (refillable cup for use with your own coffee - I think they've re-branded it at some point). I haven't tried it myself, but it does make me wonder why anyone expected the MY-KCUP to be compatible. People don't usually go to hotels with their own coffee and K-Cup adapter hoping for the best. Again, this was designed for hospitality use, not for the home. Nowhere in the product description does it say it is compatible with the MY-KCUP.
- Some reviews complain that this only brews an 8 oz. cup. Yes, it says that in the feature list on both Amazon and Keurig.com.
- Some reviews complain that you cannot fit a travel mug into the B130. That's quite valid, because they do show a travel mug in use in one of the product pictures on Keurig.com. Though to my eye it looks like a particularly small travel mug.
In the product description the B130 is listed as being 11.1 inches tall. The K-Cup holder apparatus (or whatever it's called) can be viewed head-on in a picture on Keurig.com. An approximate measurement on the screen shows that the K-Cup holder accounts for just under half the height. So optimistically you can fit a 6" tall mug underneath it with the drip tray removed. (That's just a guess, of course).
So as for me, would I buy one? Yes.
- When I used it at the hotel, I didn't get any of that burnt plastic taste that many reviewers have noted. I have a Platinum brewer at home, and the coffee from this little guy tasted just as good.
- My office has a very poorly laid out electrical system. I need a lower-Wattage brewer or I'll be popping a circuit breaker regularly. What is a downside for many consumers is a plus for me.
- I'm not too concerned about the lack of a redeemable warranty. This brewer is listed at $10 less than the cost of the Mini (the next-cheapest Keurig brewer). Because the B130 meets my needs better than the Mini, for me the warranty has an implied value of at least $10. That's roughly 12% the cost of the brewer, so I would have to think that the brewer has more than a 12% chance of failing within the warranty period of the Mini for the Mini to be a better deal. I don't think it has that high a failure rate, so I'm OK with the lack of warranty.
- I don't plan on brewing my own coffee, so I don't need a MY-CUP (or similar).
- 8 oz. is good enough for me. (The Mini and the Elite go up to 10 oz.) Besides, have you ever looked at the coffee stream coming out of a K-Cup? Those last 2 oz. don't really contain much coffee.