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The answer I got from Keurig is that it is a misconception that the K145 replaced the B145, they are the same unit. The K and B designate different marketing distribution, both being intended for business/office use. Keurig told me that the B145 is NOT discontinued as someone once reported. It is important to note that… see more The answer I got from Keurig is that it is a misconception that the K145 replaced the B145, they are the same unit. The K and B designate different marketing distribution, both being intended for business/office use. Keurig told me that the B145 is NOT discontinued as someone once reported. It is important to note that the K/B145 is quite a bit different from the home model, the K45. My review of both the K145 and the B145 are posted to try to clarify the differences between them and the home model. see less The answer I got from Keurig is that it is a misconception that the K145 replaced the B145, they are the same unit. The K and B designate different marketing distribution, both being intended for business/office use. Keurig told me that the B145 is NOT discontinued as someone once reported. It is important to note that the K/B145 is quite a bit different from the home model, the K45. My review of both the K145 and the B145 are posted to try to clarify the differences between them and the home model.
By PhotoGraphics on May 7, 2014
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12"H x 9"W x 11"D. There is room for a 6" travel mug under the dispensor. Hope that helps.
By Fastball on September 12, 2013
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I just received mine and you cannot use the re-usable cups that I have. They changed the inside of the k-cup holder. Extremely irritating because it can no longer accept reusable k-cups! Really Keurig at a time when you are being criticized for excess nonrecyclable waste created by k-cups filling up landfills- you actu… see more I just received mine and you cannot use the re-usable cups that I have. They changed the inside of the k-cup holder. Extremely irritating because it can no longer accept reusable k-cups! Really Keurig at a time when you are being criticized for excess nonrecyclable waste created by k-cups filling up landfills- you actually decided to make this environmentally unfriendly change????? see less I just received mine and you cannot use the re-usable cups that I have. They changed the inside of the k-cup holder. Extremely irritating because it can no longer accept reusable k-cups! Really Keurig at a time when you are being criticized for excess nonrecyclable waste created by k-cups filling up landfills- you actually decided to make this environmentally unfriendly change?????
By Super Shopper on June 11, 2015
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Like other people have posted, my unit arrived with no bonus packs even though the packaging clearly states bonus there are bonus packs inside. I don't know if it is an innocent oversight or more malicious involvement.
By Gary Rogers on August 10, 2014
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According to Keurig, they are identical. The 'B' and 'K' are simply designations for different sales channels. I just purchased one from Staples with no '145' designation visible on the box at all -- just OfficePRO. Because it came via a business channel, it is a B145.
By Amazon Customer on November 6, 2014
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I've been looking at that this morning. It looks like the Keurig models that don't allow you to use the refillable pods are the new machines that are listed as a 2.0 version. 'read that on the Consumer Reports site.
By Michelle M. on January 7, 2015
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Yes there is hot water in a tank and it will heat very quickly for the next cup, and it will heat as needed. There is a on / off switch too.
It very well made with simple and affective controls. ( NOT digital read outs and I love that about this unit )

By RoscosReviews on February 27, 2015
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There is both an internal and external tank. The internal tank gets filled by the external tank, and the external tank gets filled by pouring water into it. There may be an option for a water line, but I don't have one hooked up. All in all, I would say the keurig holds about 8 or so coffee cups worth of water at a time.
By Joe O on January 7, 2014
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It has three prongs the two regular ones and the ground prong.
It works well in our office

By sandy on August 7, 2015
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It is backed by the Keurig warranty. When mine broke shortly after purchasing it, I called Keurig directly and they had me runs some over the phone trouble shooting procedures. Once the rep determined it was in fact broken, they sent me out a replacement. It was shipped Fedex 2-day.
By chris sacharuk on October 6, 2014