Keurig K-Cup Home Brewer

April 16, 2015 - Comment

The Keurig B44 Single Cup Brewer is the mid-luxury home brewing system in the Keurig line, and offers a blend of styling and convenient features. For coffee, tea, iced beverages and more it’s easy to brew your perfect cup of coffee every time with K-Cup® Brewers. They brew in under a minute, there’s no mess

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The Keurig B44 Single Cup Brewer is the mid-luxury home brewing system in the Keurig line, and offers a blend of styling and convenient features. For coffee, tea, iced beverages and more it’s easy to brew your perfect cup of coffee every time with K-Cup® Brewers. They brew in under a minute, there’s no mess to clean up, and it’s all at the touch of a button. The 48-oz. removable water reservoir holds up to eight cups before refilling, and the removable drip tray allows for easy cleaning and the use of travel mugs. This system brews in under a minute and has a choice of 2 cup sizes. Choose from over 200 varieties of coffee, tea, hot cocoa, specialty and iced beverages. It’s easy for everyone to brew their own perfect cup

Product Features

  • Single-cup brewing system for gourmet coffee, tea, or cocoa
  • Uses patented K-Cups; no messy grinding or clean up
  • Choice of 2 cup sizes,5.25oz and 7.25 oz
  • brews in under 1 minute
  • Removable 48-ounce water reservoir; removable drip tray

Comments

N. Fawcett says:

Fresh Coffee, YAY! I bought this Keurig after I had coffee at my sister’s house. The coffee maker I was using at home was your standard traditional one but I found that I kept wasting coffee and then the grounds would go stale. It wasn’t a right fit maker for me. So, I bought this Keurig. The machine seems to take a longer time than my sister’s (whose was more expensive) but it’s fine. The reservoir on the left is handy because it means you don’t have to fill up water every time you make a cup. I find that I need…

h,s "h,s" says:

Short-cupping due to faulty design- These machines are prone to not pumping water and “short-cupping” (delivering too little water into the cup). Keurig likes to tell people they need to descale because that means its a user problem and not a design problem. But using distilled water won’t prevent the problem. If it did, a lot of us would be happier–not thrilled but happier. You need to read through all the comments to understand the prob. Keurig has changed the pumps in their design (or changed their pump source and materials)…

C. E. Gregory says:

Happy with it, but remember to DESCALE the unit! I have had this model for a little over a year and am quite happy with it. It functions well and like any Keurig product is easy to use. I purchased the ecobrew filters since I prefer to grind my own coffee and it is far less expensive. Recently however I was getting very little water despite pushing the button for the larger cup. I had not descaled my machine as I only use water that has come through the Zero Water filter system and the fact that the descale light never came on. I decided…

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