One Cup Report

Keurig K45 Coffee Brewer Single Serve

Manufacturer's Features

Brews coffee, tea, hot cocoa, specialty, and iced beverages,
Brews 6 oz., 8 oz., and 10 oz. sizes
Always ready and brews in under a minute, Removable 48 oz. Water Reservoir
Auto On-Off feature, Indicator lights
Removable drip tray to accommodate travel mugs.

Details

Colors: Black
Dimensions: Width 9.8 in -x- Height 13 in -x- Depth 13.3 in
Weight:12.6 lbs
Allows tall travel mugs?Yes
Maximum Mug Height:??
Only Accepts Keurig 2.0 Pods?Yes

Top Praises

“You can use ANY K-cup pods, even ones without the logo. (I just found my new favorite {non-licensed} coffee which I wouldn’t be able to use if I’d bought a 2.0. It’s packaged in a short pod with a filter bottom vs. plastic, so will leave less non-biodegradable material in our landfills)
The reservoir is easy to get at & you don’t have to remove the entire thing to fill it like on some brands
Reservoir is clear so you can see when water is getting low
Low Water indicator light comes on to remind you to fill reservoir in case you don’t notice
Water filter feature is great if you have hard water like I do, don’t have filtered water and don’t want to use bottled water”

“Makes a really good-flavored cup of coffee and definitely hot
Nice to pop in a K-Cup and not mess with grounds”

“This product has raised, distinct buttons, so she can operate it by feel and relative position.”

Common Complaints

“Well the new one stopped working today. It looks like something is possibly wrong with the valve. It’s just spewing small amounts of coffee all over the kitchen. I don’t remember our previous keurig model but it didn’t work long either.”

“It is very convenient but coffee doesn’t really taste the same as the good drip coffee. I started using the basket that your refill yourself but for some reason coffee comes out warm and it still doesn’t taste right.”

“When hitting the large cup size you can get a different amount of brewed coffee each time. Varies from half a cup to almost full cup. The rate that the water come out also varies from a normal speed to a trickle. Now it doesn’t work with some cups and then is fine with other; even if the exact same k cup. Ending up wasting k cups.”

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