Keurig K200

 

 

BrandModelType
KeurigK200 PlusK Cup Brewer

 

Manufacturer's Features

 

All the details:

Colors:White, Black, Orange Zest, Violet, Sandy Pearl, Turquoise, Strawberry
Dimensions: Width 8.6 -x- Height 13.6 -x- Depth 13.8
Reservoir Capacity:40 oz
Brew Sizes: 4 oz, 6 oz, 8 oz, 10 oz
Weight:10
Allows tall travel mugs?Yes
Maximum Mug Height:7.2 in
K Cup Carafe Compatible?Yes
Carafe Sizes:22 oz, 26 oz, 30oz
Water Filter Kit Available?No
Adjustable Temperature?
Strong Brew Setting?
Iced Brew Setting?
Programmable On/Off?
Auto Off?
Digital Display?
Only Accepts Keurig 2.0 Pods?Yes
Commercial Unit?No

One Cup Report - Review Score

Top praises:

“This brewer is so much improved over previous designs”

“This is a nice coffee maker. It is a newer compact size and takes up about the same amount of room as a standard coffee pot. This is the only keurig that has the ability to make a cup or a carafe. ”

“The Keurig 2.0 K200 features a 40 ounce water reservoir, a black and white touch screen display, 9 brew sizes, and a compact size.”

Top complaints:

Keep in mind that top complaints may only be a small percentage of all units sold - please refer to the overall review ratings.

“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.”

“Keurig has added a laser reader to the Keurig K 2.0 K200 and it will only brew coffee from K Cups with the approved Keurig bar code.”

“So, if this were to sit on the counter under cabinets, as the normal situation would be, good luck filling the reservoir. You will have to pull the machine front every time it needs filled (in my house, frequently.) Then there is the top of the water reservoir. It is not hinged or attached in any fashion to the reservoir, it just sits on top. Taking it off is easy enough by using the small grab handle in the center. Try putting it back on. IF you are a surgeon or someone with comparable finite motor skills, maybe. For the rest of us … it has to go on precisely. There is no room for error or it simply will not close. Further, even though the machine is taller than a normal coffeemaker it will not accept a standard size travel mug.”

” I had brewing errors after owning this machine a few days. After a bit of googling, I’ve determined that those errors were due to a clog in the needle that pushes water through the k-cup. Apparently that needle which pierces the lid of the k-cup is hollow and gets coffee grinds from the k-cup in it sometimes. Sometimes those grinds don’t wash away when the water starts flowing. When this happens, you receive an error. You have no choice but to unplug and disassemble the brewer, which may have been hot, and try to clear the clog with a paperclip.”