Keurig 119435 K55 Coffee Maker, Rhubarb

October 17, 2016 - Comment

Product Features K-Cup Pod brew sizes: 6, 8, 10 oz 48.oz water reservoir allows you to brew several cups before having to refill One-touch simplicity with button controls Auto-Off: Program your brewer to turn off automatically Removable drip tray

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(as of April 20, 2020 7:00 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Product Features

  • K-Cup Pod brew sizes: 6, 8, 10 oz
  • 48.oz water reservoir allows you to brew several cups before having to refill
  • One-touch simplicity with button controls
  • Auto-Off: Program your brewer to turn off automatically
  • Removable drip tray

Comments

Ciaran says:

An in-depth review! Somehow, my wife and I missed the Keurig train. Despite being serious coffee drinkers (I probably approach 4-5 cups on a normal day) and despite owning a Bialetti, a French press and of course a drip machine, we simply never got around to buying a Keurig. Well all of that changed when we found ourselves with enough store credit on returns to finally buy one. We’ve had it for a little while now (and are familiar enough with the Keurig system through friends and family) and definitely have some…

Olathe Jayhawk says:

Do your research, then use your head. I read every single Amazon.com review for this item. And then read them again. I went to the Keurig website and researched the B40. Came back to Amazon and read the reviews one more time. If I was going to pay $100 for a coffee machine, I wanted to be sure I knew as much as possible about it. I finally purchased the B40, and after getting it today and having brewed four cups of coffee so far, I offer the following review (from a BLACK COFFEE drinker, no milk, no sugar): 

Spencer in Seattle says:

Simple Trick For Using Unlicensed K-Cups in 2.0 Machines SAVING LOTS OF MONEY I prefer this original Keurig for one reason over the 2.0: I can use any off brand cups or fill-your-own filters in it. But I’m forced to use a 2.0 machine sometimes, and here’s a simple trick to fool the sensor that only allows proprietary cups. This way you know that you don’t need to buy all those expensive K-Cups. This simple trick is guaranteed to save you money AND allow you to enjoy the ease and quality of your Keurig. Note that only the 2.0 machines have the sensor. 

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