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Keurig - K200 Single-Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker - Turquoise-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 4464 reviews

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    A tremendous improvement over previous brewers

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    stevefromtheburbs
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    I've been a Keurig fan for many years. But after my last Keurig brewer had failed outside of warranty, I had sworn off of the Keurig products and decided to go back to a basic 4 cup drip coffee maker. And that lasted for a few months, but I was frustrated with that arrangement. The coffee grounds, the filters, pouring water and spilling it, then dumping the grounds, etc. all were just frustrating trying to make a simple travel cup of coffee before work, after I get home from work, etc. I saw this on the deal of the day and decided to give it another try. And I'm so glad I did. This brewer is so much improved over previous designs, I cannot stress that enough. While this is a basic (no clock, no auto off, etc) I find it meets my needs just fine. The touch screen lets you turn it on and off without worrying about a physical switch breaking. Also, there is a selector for "STRONG" and different size cups too. And you can skip putting in a K-Cup and simply dispense hot water. The footprint of this is improved as the water tank is curved and wraps around the back of the brewer - it is still a bit larger than a 4 cup drip machine, but not so big that it takes up too much counter space. The pump isn't so loud as the last brewer I had, and while brewing it has a more solid sound too. The other nice thing in the new design is the ability to remove the pod holder and be able to wash it. The old design would find many grounds in the dead space between the cup holder and the frame of the machine. No more grounds to vacuum out. And no dripping after the fact. The new bright turquoise color is also very nice, and I'm glad to see such a change. It has a black and white touch screen, and that is more than suitable for doing what it does. This machine accepts all the difference cartridges they offer, like the larger carafe sized pods. Included you'll find a 4 K-Cup sampler, a bottle of descale solution, and also a water filter for the tank with 2 cartridges for that to filter the water before it enters the machine. There is some other cleaning product but I don't know what that is for yet, I haven't read the book to know. But it is a small kit, not just a brewer. If you think you need a more feature rich model they do have them in this new 2.0 version. However, I've found the features I thought I needed, I am doing absolutely fine without. I turn it on, take the dog out, come back and it is warmed up just fine. It really takes no time at all to heat and brew. A trick I've learned, is that I use a bold roast k-cup, use the dark setting, and 6 oz. Then I open and close the lid, and repeat. I get a nice travel cup size of coffee with a single pod and the flavor remains bold (I like dark/bold coffee). I also found with my travel cup, I just have to remove the drip tray as you would for any large carafe or travel cup, and let it brew, the place it back after I'm done making my coffee. The k-cup brewers are the ultimate in convenience and limit waste of ground coffee, paper filters, and all that....clean up is non-existent, no dripping grounds from a filter holder and no more trying to clean the little coffee pot. Would I recommend this new style brewer? A whole-hearted YES. I hope it holds up as well as it looks and has performed so far. It has a much different feel to it from previous designs.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Good but not w/o issues

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    AASH
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    This is our 2nd Keurig - we previously had a bigger/bulkier version that we used so much, we burned it out. Trying to save money, we switched to traditional coffee maker, but even those didn't last and we constantly had issues w/pots or weren't finishing all the coffee we made. Saw this was on sale for the holidays so decided to give it a try. Only been using a few days but have already noticed few pros & cons regarding this machine. PROS: ) Can choose variety of sizes to brew depending upon need; like that it can be used w/smaller cup to travel mug to carafe. 2) Like that I can heat up cocoa or tea or even run hot water thru to add to soup/oatmeal, etc. 3) Prefer the curved water reservoir compared to other model which was on side and more difficult to fill; we don't even take it off the machine, we just use thermos to add water when needed. It also holds 40 oz which is sufficient for 2 of us. Others complained saying this was a negative due to how often needs to be filled but no different than constantly needing to fill traditional machine w/water each time you brew. CONS 1) Yes, you can only use Keurig brand k-cups w/this machine due to sensor. However, we have found you can use each k-cup twice w/o affecting the strength of the coffee. In fact, using same pod twice, warrants enough coffee to fill a travel mug, just what need for work. In addition, for $7 we purchased an adaptor that allows you to use regular coffee grounds, just have to make sure it's one compatible w/machine (we bought at same time as machine and got Keurig brand) 2) Unlike our other unit, this one didn't come w/carafe or k-cup samples, which for the price, believe it should have. May purchase the carafe yet but since doing so means purchasing specialized pods, waiting to see if more cost effective not to. 3) The major thing I dislike about this unit is the power button. It turns on, preheats water and brews just fine. But when done, automatically reheats for additional brewing and I've had hard time getting it to turn off. And there's nothing in manual to indicate how to overcome this. Tried several times to power it off when done making the desired amount of coffee, sometimes it would work, sometimes it wouldn't so not sure if default or human error

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great coffee maker

    Posted
    Weisguy
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    This is our first keurig machine. It is much nicer than making coffee the traditional way. It is quick and easy for daily coffee, but has its design quirk. The best part of this is how easy it is to make a single cup of coffee. The touchscreen is very simple and the only option on the touch screen is for a cup of coffee. You pick the size of cup you want and if you would like regular or strong. Nothing else needed. The touch screen makes the coffee maker look clean compared to chunky buttons also. The downside to this coffee maker is the use of the touchscreen with additional features. While there are several features, such as brewing a large carafe of coffee (this is a nice feature by the way) the touch screen simply shows a carafe icon (1) and then numbers 2,3,4,5,6. There is no identification of what each number does on the screen, with the exception of number 1, carafe. You must press the number to determine what it does. Of course, you do memorize this after several uses, but why is it like this? Make an icon for each feature like you did for carafe. How simple this would be and make the keurig so much more simple to use. An additional note, the only time you get the additional (confusing) menu is when you enter a pod that triggers the features. If all you intend to use is a regular size k cup than you will see the regular simple menu each time. However, I use the reusable/washable k cup and it allows for larger 14 oz cups like a tumbler to be used. This reusable cup triggers the advanced menu of only numbers on the screen. I am not sure all of the features are necessary and of the 6 options, not one of them is plain hot water like other keurigs offer, which is disappointing. Aside from the poorly designed touchscreen menu and lack of plain hot water this is a great machine for daily use and makes making good tasting coffee really easy and quick.

    I would recommend this to a friend

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      Thank you for taking the time to leave such a detailed review. You should be able to brew hot water by simply lifting and lowering the handle without inserting a K-Cup pod and brew hot water at your chosen cup size. We appreciate your feedback and will pass it on to the appropriate teams. KeurigCare

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Not for my life style?

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    EastBay
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    Bought the K200 on ‘Deal of the Day’ so got it for a decent price. But…. We’ve been using a K15 for over a year now and with family members having to replace theirs, which were at the same age, I figured ours would go soon as well. Since the deal of the day was a good deal I read a couple reviews and figured I’d give it a try. Why not, I can try it for 45-days and return it if I don’t like it and if/when our K15 fails I’ll have a backup ready to go. We’ve been using the K15 alongside a traditional coffee maker to fill in the late afternoon coffee cravings or when some weird flavored coffee is desired. With the K15’s small footprint that is not a big problem but I would love to have just one coffee maker on my counter. And that was the hope of the K200. I now wish I did my typical due diligence on my review before purchase. I’m still going to try and figure out how to use the K200 to my life style but I don’t see much hope. The advantages of the K200 are all the typical advantages you’d expect from Keurig. If this would fit my life style and I didn’t mind over paying for a cup of coffee or adding more junk to our landfills this would get a much better rating. Here are my problems: - The K200’s footprint is MUCH bigger than the K15 or a standard coffee maker. (My fault for not looking closer). If I can get rid of my standard coffee maker I can live with the larger footprint. - With the reusable filter you can only make up to 10 ounce cups at a time. (“Setting does not function with carafe. Remove carafe” message) I like to make one 20 ounce mug for the day and that’s it. My wife will have an 18 ounce mug in the morning and smaller cups throughout the day. (Hence the K15) My fault again for not doing a better review before purchase. But in my defense I read what you can do (can be used for all cup sizes) and doesn’t say anywhere ‘can’t be used with the K-carafe’. I am a Reduce, Reuse, Recycle kind of person so being able to use a reusable filter is critical for me. I like the idea of the recyclable pods but there is a reason why Reuse comes before Recycle. I could live with the reusable filter if able to make 16 ounce cups like the K-mug pods can do. - The water reservoir holds 40 ounces of water but the carafe only holds 30 ounces. Okay, I can make a 30 ounce carafe and live with that and a minor change of life style. (15 ounces for her, 15 ounces for me with individual cups as needed) But wait, I can’t do a carafe with the reusable filter. - The carafe pods are expensive and you must use Keurig approved pods (okay so are the standard pods relative to a can of coffee.) From what I see Best Buy has the best price for the carafe pods (if you are a BB program member) but the selection is limited. - You have to use Keurig approved pods. This has now eliminated half of the pod coffees we enjoy. - Best Buy does not have the K-mug pods (at least on line) So my options are to figure out how to make this work without standing around making multiple cups of coffee in the morning or returning the K200, carafe and reusable filter. Having the K200 alongside a traditional coffee maker is not an option, nor is adding more junk to our landfills not to forget spending way too much for priority pods is ridiculous with all the other coffee fix options out there.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    Works Well When It's Not Malfunctioning

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    jps15839
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    I recommend Keurig as an honorable company, but I can't recommend the K200. Within a week of purchasing the K200, I noticed water was collecting under and around the unit. I thought perhaps I had spilled water when refilling the reservoir, but after further investigation, I found that the water was leaking from within the unit and out through the base. I called Keurig and explained the problem. Credit to them, they shipped a replacement to me within a few days with little hassle. The only downside was that they couldn't ship me black, only grey. Unfortunately, within 2 months of using my grey replacement K200, the screen stopped responding. I could see the power button on the touch screen, but it wouldn't respond. Unplugging and plugging back in didn't resolve the problem. After another conversation with Keurig, they sent me another replacement (still grey, though). As of yesterday, I am on my third K200 due to two different manufacture defects. I hope that I have better luck with this one. I really like this coffee maker when it works, but I definitely don't have confidence in it.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Convenient

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    Vampyre03
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    This was a great gift for an on-the-go coffee and tea drinker. It's relatively compact (doesn't take up a lot of counter space), especially with the optional cup tray that I purchased with it that it can sit on. That was a great organizing addition. I also got the re-usable k-cup so I could fill it with my own grinds. It was actually the re-usable k-cup that made me feel better about using this item so much. Although I like the variety of drinks and flavors the pre-packaged k-cups offer on ocassion, but the trash waste seemed to mount-up very quickly and I was beginning to feel like I was environmentally unfriendly. I wish the k-cups easily recyclable, and the left over coffee grinds were easier to add to my mulch pile. Also The fact that you have to lift the top open to to put the cups in and refill the large water reserve is a bit annoying if your cabinets are above your counter top. I had to find a new coffee spot for my set-up even before I added the drawer. I believe this is a bit of a design flaw, and maybe sliding the cups in on the side would make it more old kitchen designs easier to use. All around though this is a great product, that's saved me money by wasting less coffee grinds, and saving time. I also love that I can put a small coffee cup in or my big travel mug.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Sweet Upgrade

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    RayROnline
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    I had the regular Keurig for a few months before it failed in the power switch and went to exchange it. I got the 2.0 because the other had been phased out. What I didn't like about the original machine was the small volume given at the smaller cup setting. I chose the small setting because I like strong coffee and with a K-Cup, you get weaker coffee the larger the brew. I love the new 2.o because it puts out a lslightly larger "small" cup which fills my normal coffee cup about 3/4 of the way rather than 1/2. It is also noticeably more quiet. I think it's lame that Keurig made it so you can't use unofficial K-cups, but there is a way around that anyone can learn on You Tube. This machine seems just right for my lifestyle and makes a good, fast cup of coffee.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Excellent Tea Maker

    Posted
    Ditto
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    As you can see by the title of my review, unlike others, I use my Keurig to make cups of tea though I do plan to use it to make cups of hot chocolate when winter gets here. The biggest selling point of this brewer for me was that it can brew cups, mugs or carafes though you do have to get the bigger k-cups that are made for mugs or carafes (I haven't seen any of those for tea or hot chocolate yet). Keurig puts out a carafe that will work with the brewer which I bought but haven't tried yet. For me, this brewer has been great but others might want one with a bigger water reservoir otherwise you could be filling it up a lot. It all depends on how much you're going to use it. I typically make only 1 or 2 cups a day with it so, the 40 ounce reservoir is fine. Overall, I've been very pleased with this brewer. It makes it very easy to fix a quick cup of black (English Breakfast or Irish Breakfast) or herbal (chamomile, lemon/ginger) tea. Tea lovers like myself might want to consider this machine when they want a quick cup.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    A nice looking model, but mine had a major issue

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    DannyGrimm
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    The unit itself looks really nice, I do like the touch screen it has versus the non-screen my older unit had. There are some options for your brew such as selecting sizes, a strong brew, plain hot water or hot chocolate. Basically using this is straight to the point and I like that. However, there is one major issue that is taking a long time to clear up and that's the chemical and/or burnt plastic smell and flavor in everything that is brewed. The taste is so bad that I had to toss out everything I've brewed. I contacted Keurig and they claim that the unit is safe and that I should brew plain hot water with two tablespoons of white vinegar to get that chemical flavor out. I did it once and it might have helped a little but I can still taste that nasty chemical flavor. I am going to try it again later but I think if this odd flavor can be removed, it would be a decent unit. The other thing I don't like about it is the annoying pumping sound. My older Keurig just streamed the brew into my cup, but this one sounds like it's struggling to pump out water, but it doesn't appear to be broken.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Husband loves it!

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    SBRUNSON
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    My husband had been using a friend's Keurig at work, and wanted one for his office. So, I got him one for Christmas. I bought this model, which was a step up from the mini he was using at work... and he loves it! I'd never used a Keurig, so he set it up in the kitchen, so I could try it. I AM impressed with how FAST you have a cup of coffee... since I'm used to our drip coffee maker. The stand where you sit your cup, slides away, and enables us to use 20 oz. disposable insulated cups. You have to run it a second time to fill the cup, but it's still very quick. (We leave the same pod in). There's settings from 4 to 10 oz. It IS handy to have hot water ready all the time for soup, tea, hot chocolate... or just adding a little warm-up to your coffee. This model is attractive on the counter.. and takes the same amount of space as our drip coffee maker. It's quiet when running, and easy to clean & maintain. I also bought the refillable pods to use for any ground coffee, and the little filter cups. (Cheaper to make that way) Not sorry that I bought this model... it's been a big hit! Now that my husband has gotten used to using his gift at home... he doesn't want to take it to work! (Which was the whole point of buying it) So, I might get one for his office on his birthday.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great coffee maker...4.5 if I could

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    trs0722
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    This is my first Keurig and waited until they had more K cup options (i.e. Starbucks). I also waited until it was on sale as I don't think the unit was worth its original price. I bought it to be used at my job due to its convenience, so it's not my main coffee maker. While I like it, I don't think I'll be buying one for home anytime soon. My routine of grinding beans once or twice a a week and using a small standard brewer is working fine. This unit brews fast and the taste and temperature are great. Easy to use, clean, and fill up. My only complaint is this and many models in this price range do not have a 12 ounce option, which is what I tend to use at home (large mugs). So, I've either had to settle for 10 oz or brew a 6 oz, open the lid, and re-brew another 6 oz on strong using the same K cup. Not even sure why they have 4 and 6 oz. Who drinks that small of a cup of coffee!

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Loved it at first, but now it's dead.

    Posted
    Megan

    As someone who fell completely in love with the turquoise Keurig 2.0 and saved my money up to get one, imagine my dismay this morning when I try to brew my morning cup of joe to find the message, "Sorry the brewer appears to have a problem." Anyone who has yet to have their morning coffee dreads waking up to an error message on their coffee maker! Well I followed the instructions and called the help line. They walked me through some basic maintenance tips (which I already do on my own but amused her.) When they did not fix the issue, I was met with a, "well we can give you $20 off a new machine." Really? A little over one year, just outside the warranty period, and it just dies, overnight, for no reason? Needless to say, although I loved the convenience and adorable color of my brewer, this is the end of the line for me and Keurig.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Perfect coffee maker for a single person

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    mmspappa
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    Love my Keurig K250 Plus. For years I've struggled with drip coffee makers and percolators trying to measure the right amount of water and grounds to make a good cup of coffee...and to not have any waste. Keurig is the perfect solution. A perfect cup of coffee every time and I'm not pouring any leftovers drain the drain. I also got the 24 pod drawer that my K250 Plus sits perfectly on. What a clever convenience. From the "Off" position takes only 70-90 seconds to heat the water and 27-33 seconds to make a "strong" 8 oz cup of coffee using any brand of a 2.0 coffee pod. Folks say the coffee for Keurig coffee makers is expensive but when you only drink 1-2 cups a day the price of the 2.0 pods vs. an average size can of coffee going stale is worth the extra cost. Keurig should promote that concept in their marketing advertising. I would have bought a Keurig much sooner if I had been able to measure the cost of coffee pods vs. a can of coffee getting stale over the time it takes to use a average size can at 1-2 cups per day.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

    Keurig lost my vote of confidence

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    PDXTodd
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    We replaced our broken Keurig (pump went out) with the K200 and were thoroughly disappointed and after 30 days gave up and moved on. The water tank is woefully small (3 cups and its time to refill based on 10oz cups) and difficult to fill based on the shape. The horseshoe design is hard to hold, fill, and place back on the machine - and if you leave it on the machine to refill - its difficult due to the shape to keep from spilling. The temperature is not controllable and luke warm, the coffee quality is worse than our old Keurig, and having to buy Keurig 2.0 K-Cups is highway robbery. Sorry Keurig - you lost our business -- we replaced it after 30 days with a Cuisinart SS-780 and for $20 more we have a machine with an 80oz water tank, adjustable temperature, a rinse feature, we can use our favorite K-Cups, the user interface is better for selecting what we want the machine to do, it brews 12oz cups, and the flavor is significantly better. Spend a few dollars more and get a significantly better machine.

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Just short of ideal

    Posted
    Bake
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    After getting tired of setting up our coffee maker each night and then cleaning the whole thing and prepping the machine for the next day's use, we decided to equip our condo with a new Keurig. We got a great deal on the K200 from Best Buy and have been very pleased with its performance and ease of use. Te only thing keeping us from rating it 5 stars is its lack of an automatic shutoff. We have gotten used to turning it off after use, but we have a fair amount of company, so it often goes for hours in the stand-by mode with no one having any intention of using it for the rest of the day. Auto shut-off would make this an almost perfect machine. That being said, it has been reliable and does what a Keurig is supposed to do,,,new a perfect cup of coffee on demand

    I would recommend this to a friend

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Works Great! But..

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    SnipeUL8ter
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    So overall, I am quite pleased with this product, however, I do have a few complaints about it. So here are some pros and cons: Pros: -Very convenient -Can remove base to fit a 16oz Contigo under it -Can dispense just hot water -Changing water is easy (but don't put it in a tight space) Cons: -Can only use Keurig K-cups (not other brands, it will display an error on the screen) -Can only dispense 4 or 6 oz of hot water at a time -Haven't found a reusable K-cup that will work with this machine yet Overall, it is a great product, but those cons are just enough to be annoying. I would, however, recommend this product to anyone wanting to buy one if they don't mind being stuck to Keurig K-cups.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Great single cup coffee maker.

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    Marcos
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    This has been the best new purchase I've made for my new home. I'm a coffee lover, and the only one to drink coffee in my household. It doesn't make sense for me to have to make 2+ cups of coffee for one person. This was the perfect fit for my situation. The reservoir is a little small for my liking (have to refill more often), but that's the only gripe i have with this machine. So far it has worked perfect. Brews rather quickly and quite deliciously. Paired with the Keurig My K Cup, you're not forced to make 10 oz cups or smaller. I believe you can go up to 20 oz, though I honestly haven't really paid attention to the size options. I usually pick the 14 oz option that brews perfectly into my thermos. There's also an option to brew it normally or strong. I highly recommend getting a My K Cup with this machine as you don't get these options with the regular K Cups from McDonalds, Starbucks, etc. You also get more bang for your buck. This one also gives you the option for K Carafes, but it is not included with the machine, it's a separate purchase of around $25.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 1 out of 5 stars

    Waste of money and water!

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    Craftqueen
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    I replaced my smaller unit because I wanted to be able to make a second cup w/o having to add more water and I thought I'd be able to get 12 ozs if I wanted to, since it has a larger water well. I literally HATE this new larger unit! Why does it take so much water just to get a second cup when it doesn't use all of the water that's in it? (The curved shape of the water well is stupid too) And who drinks 4 ozs of coffee? Very disappointed that I have to run it twice to get 12 ozs, and I'm not happy that I had to buy another refillable pod (actually had to buy 2, first one doesn't fit even though it said it did!). This version is a lot more work than my original little black one, takes longer to heat up and wastes water. The old one didn't and it still works after 3 yrs! (Gave it to my brother but now I miss it.) Coffee isn't as hot as the old one either. Selling this one, going back to the smaller version. The only nice thing about it is the color!

    No, I would not recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice Size and Good Coffee

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    ryanmcv
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    The K200 is a great size for smaller kitchens or for anyone looking to save some counter space. The only drawback to the smaller size is that the 40-ounce reservoir will require frequent refilling if you use the machine multiple times per day. Otherwise, the K200 simplifies my morning routine and offers a huge variety of coffee and beverage choices. Coffee sometimes tastes rather weak, especially on the larger brew settings. I would recommend using Extra Bold K-Cups when brewing 10 ounces or more. Also, coffee doesn't seem to stay hot for very long, but it's not a huge issue if you drink the coffee as soon as its made. On weekends, I still use my trusty drip brewer, mainly because I have the extra time and still prefer the stronger coffee taste. But for busy mornings and lazy nights, the Keurig does the job just fine.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    I upgraded my old Keurig.

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    Bella
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    I moved into a small apartment and my original Keurig was so much larger. I decided to get a new one only because of the smaller design. It takes up less counter space. It heats up quicker then the old one. I like that you can select to make a strong cup of coffee. I was a little disappointed because you can only use Keurig approved pods and the machine does recognize the difference. I like that you can also press the hot water only button for hot cereal, instant coffee, cup of soup. I know you could have use the old machine for that but the old machine seemed to have coffee taste to the boiled water and a little coffee grounds sometimes. I love my new machine. I love that it takes less space and I love that it brews my coffee quicker.

    I would recommend this to a friend