Keurig K Select Single Serve Coffee Brewer

Brand Model Type
Keurig K-Select K Cup Brewer

Manufacturer's Features

• Strong Brew for a stronger, more intense cup
• Brews 6, 8, 10, and 12 oz. sizes
• 52-ounce removable side water reservoir
• Programmable auto off
• Removable drip tray accommodates travel mugs
• Quiet Brew Technology™ Feature
• Made from fingerprint resistant materials
• Descale maintenance reminder
• High altitude setting
• Brews in under a minute
• Compatible with the My K-Cup® Universal Reusable Coffee Filter

All the details:

Colors: Matte Black, Matte Navy, Matte White, Vintage Red
Dimensions: Width 9.2 in -x- Height 12.5 in -x- Depth 11.6 in
Reservoir Capacity:52 oz
Brew Sizes: 6 oz, 8 oz, 10 oz, 12 oz
Weight:7.4 lbs
Allows tall travel mugs?Yes
Maximum Mug Height:7.4 in
K Cup Carafe Compatible?No
Water Filter Kit Available?Yes
Adjustable Temperature?
Strong Brew Setting?
Iced Brew Setting?
Programmable On/Off?
Auto Off?
Digital Display?
Commercial Unit?No

One Cup Report - Review Score

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Top praises:

“I love the Strong brew feature. From now on I will only buy K-Cup machines that have this great feature, since I like my coffee stronger than the watery brews of most of the single serve coffee makers.”

“This unit is good because of the water reservoir, the speed it takes to heat the water, and the user’s ability to choose cup sizes (up to 12 oz). It’s fast and pretty quiet. “

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.

“I was very happy with this unit for the first 3 weeks. Then I woke up one morning, walked past the machine as I pushed the power button, and within 5 seconds I heard water splashing all over my countertop. The pump started running without heating, closing the lid, or even pushing a button. I had to hit the power button several times to get it to stop.”

“I was startled at the cheapness of the build on the new brewer. This brewer cost nearly the same as old one, but corners were cut everywhere. And—it started to automatically turn itself off, even in the middle of brewing a cup, after only being used for six weekends.”

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