The Keurig K75 Single-cup home brewing system with water filter kit is among Keurig’s best single-cup brewing system for household use. With this model, you can brew coffee, tea, hot cocoa or iced beverage very conveniently. The one-touch control panel, auto on/off and digital clock makes the brewing machine very easy to use. It can be used to reheat liquids in very short time too. After using it, you can simply wash this lightweight model in the dishwasher.
Item model number: K75
Dimensions: 14.9 x 16.8 x 12.2 inches;
Weight: 12 pounds
Display: Backlit blue LCD
Brew size: 5 options
Features: One-touch control panel, removable drip tray, removable 72-ounce water reservoir and descale indicator
What’s So Great about the Keurig K75 with water filter?
Design: The brewing system flaunts a sleek, award-winning design, which is a unique footprint among the company’s line of home brewing systems. The model includes a blue lit water reservoir and blue back-lit LCD display.
Setup: After unboxing the brewer, set-up is an easy process. You will not need to spend more than 10 minutes to set it up and brew the first cup of coffee. Some find installing the water filter into the unit slightly difficult, but the manual provides clear instructions. In any case it shouldn’t be any more difficult than installing an Eddy electronic water descaler. It should be lowered into the unit’s tank and placed on an inlet hole towards the rear of the tank.
Easy and Quiet: Brewing with this machine is very simple. It is as straightforward as raising the front lever, dropping a K-cup into the hole, closing the lid, and pressing brew. You will not have to do much. The Keurig K75 is also impressive because it makes no sounds at all.
Temperature: Like all other Keurig units, this one brews coffee to the temperature set by user. When water temperature is measured, it is seen that the temperature lies within 1 degree of the set point.
What’s Not So Great about the Keurig K75 with water filter?
Unnecessary Expense: The water filter kit with the Keurig K75 seems like an unnecessary expense. The filters cost a lot and takes up space inside the water tank which could be used for coffee. If you are a heavy coffee drinker, it is best if you take the filter out and use pitcher-filtered water instead. Otherwise, the expensive filters will have to be replaced more often than the recommended 60 days period.
Defects: Even though the features are great, there are many faulty models in the market. Increasing number of customers is replacing their Keurig K75 because of defects.
Is the Keurig K75 with water filter a Great Purchase?
All brewers from Keurigs are great for office environment where people drink different coffees throughout the day but this model is specifically made for use at home. If you want to enjoy a fresh cup of hot coffee, the K75 will help you make it very easily and quickly. However, you cannot expect the model to last more than 3 years.