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WHAT’S IN THE BOX: 6 K-Cup pods and a water filter handle + 2 filters to help your beverages taste their best. K575 coffee maker has five temperature settings to provide even more control over the brewing process with low, low/medium, medium, medium/high, and high
LARGE 80oz WATER RESERVOIR: Allows you to brew 10+ cups more before having to refill, saving you time and simplifying your morning routine. The water reservoir is removable, making it easy to refill whenever you need to, and on the K575, you can choose from several different nightlight colors to illuminate your kitchen at night.
MULTIPLE K-CUP POD BREW SIZES: (4, 6, 8, 10, 12 oz.). Brews a Carafe (22, 26, or 30oz) using K-Carafe pods, to give you more coffee when you need it. (Carafe sold separately)
STRENGTH CONTROL: A strength control setting allows you to brew a bolder cup using any K-Cup pod brew size. Plus, five temperature settings allow you to enjoy your favorite beverage at your desired temperature. HOT WATER ON DEMAND: Press the hot water on demand button and select your desired brew size in order to dispense hot water.
EXTRA-LARGE COLOR TOUCH SCREEN: A digital clock makes it easy to brew a fresh, great tasting cup in under a minute. Plus, program your brewer to turn on or off automatically at set times, so that it is ready to go when you want it, and turns off to conserve energy.
Keurig K575 Single Serve Programmable K-Cup Coffee Maker with 12 oz Brew Size and Hot Water on Demand, Platinum
|Product Dimensions||10.4 x 13.6 x 13.4 inches|
|Item Weight||13.7 pounds|
|Shipping Weight||15.05 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)|
|California residents||Click here for Proposition 65 warning|
|Item model number||K575|
1,412 customer reviews
4.0 out of 5 stars
|Best Sellers Rank||
#180 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
|Date first available at Amazon.com||December 2, 2015|
June 4, 2016
Do not leave plugged in.
Water heater did not turn off. Boiled all remaining water; it ignited while NOT in use.
I know the pods are a little on the expensive side but i don’t care. My feelings are in the long run it ends up cheaper. If I were to go out and purchase bags of all the different flavors i believe it would cost quite a bit more. Then there is the storage problem for all those bags, the mess of the grounds, the grinding of beans, the purchase of filters (cheap I know) but still an added expense.
With the on demand water function i can make instant oatmeal in a mug, roman noodles, and hot chocolate. Throw a tea bag in a mug and choose the hot water function. I no longer have to heat up the tea kettle or wait for the microwave to heat the water.
Also…in regards to the price of the k-cups this particular machine receives all k-cups so far with no problems. I was able to purchase a couple if nice variety packs from big lots which ended up less then 32 cents a cup. Yeah!!!
If there were 10 stars available i would give this machine an 11. I love it!
Eventually i will purchase the carafe but that will have to wait until after the holidays. If you do have a K-Carafe pod it WILL NOT brew without the carafe pot attached to the machine. However, there is a way around that. All you need to do is remove the drip tray. There is a rounded concave shape at the bottom if the carafe that fits into the convex shape at the bottom of the keurig coffee maker. There is a magnet located in the convex shape on the CARAFE. All you need are a couple if small round magnets which get placed into the convex area if the keurig machine. This will allow you to put another vessel to brew carafe size pods. Or you can purchase a my k-carafe that enables you to brew your own favorite coffee. I purchased the housewares brand which as far as I’m concerned were complete crap. They added a chemical plastic smell to my coffee. The smell was so overpowering i didn’t attempt to take a drink. But, on the bright side the magnet worked. 🙂
I found a stainless steel my K-Cup that i am debating on trying but it isnt available in the carafe size.
If you purchase this machine i hope you love it as much as i love mine.
UPDATE: After my initial bragging of this machine sadly i have to change my review. After about 5 cups of coffee and couple brews of tea the machine started putting off a terrible chemical plastic smell that i didnt even want to try and drink. At first i blamed the smell on the my k-cup that i purchased to utilize my own coffee beans. Today I tried the on water demand to make instant oatmeal. It was a new brand then my normal oatmeal so I thought maybe it was the the brand. It tasted and smelled TERRIBLE. Then I decided on a cup of hot tea…the tea was so overbearing with the chemical/plastic smell i had to dump it down the drain. Through research I found this seems to be a common problem with the keurig going all the way back to 2009.
This should not be an issue. I can go to the dollar tree and buy a 10$ coffee maker and not have to drink chemical coffee. Shame on Keurig for not addressing this issue when it has BEEN and issue for several years.
Tonight I have flushed a gallon of vinegar through the tank TWICE… the smell is still there. I also read that the parts may have to air out for up to a week and to be patient. WTH…I didnt buy this coffee maker to be patient…i bought it for convenience AND to be able to make coffee the day I bring it into my home. Another site said to put a few drops if vanilla in the water vessel that the smell of the vanilla will cover up the bad chemical smell…ok…so what about the bad taste how do i cover that up?
i will be contacting amazon to find out what can be done. I am willing to try another machine because I’m in love with the concept of this machine just not in love with drinking/smelling chemicals in ANYTHING i put in my mouth.
Hopefully amazon will replace this keurig with a new one; I will cross my fingers that this machine is just a lemon and i will be back to enjoying all the wonderful things this machine has to offer.
Will keep this post updated.