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Keurig K-mini Plus Coffee Maker

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Keurig K-mini Plus Review
The Good
  • Tiny, tiny, tiny brewer – This coffee maker is one of the smallest on the market and is perfect for anyone looking to reduce their coffee maker’s footprint in their kitchen. It’s also great for those who don’t drink coffee often, but want a very capable brewer for guests
  • Attachable pod holder – While this pod holder may seem a bit silly, we find it to be pure genius. It fits perfectly under the brew nozzle and can hold up to 9 K-Cups, so you don’t have to worry about where the pods are in your pantry when you suddenly need your Keurig
  • Ingenious cord storage – Cords are one of those necessary evils in this world and Keurig did a great job of recognizing that and finding a solution that makes this machine even more stowable. The cord can be wound up into the back of the machine so that, when you store it in your cabinet, it can be tucked into the smallest nook or cranny you’ve got
  • Travel-friendly – The small size and intelligent storage features make this brewer very travel-friendly. We look forward to taking this with us on the road as an alternative to those terrible hotel coffee makers
  • Minimalist user interface – The machine’s size isn’t the only thing that is reduced. There is almost no user interface on this brewer. The only two buttons are a power button and the Strong button. We think this lack of buttons and screens add to the aesthetics of the machine
The Bad
  • No bells and whistles – If you’re looking for a fully-featured machine, you’ll likely want to look elsewhere. This machine just has the bare essentials for brewing a delicious cup of coffee
  • Single-serving reservoir – One of the great features of this machine could also be its weakness; the single-serving reservoir can become tedious to refill if you’re an avid coffee drinker. Anything more than one cup per day and we recommend you upgrade to a larger Keurig with a sizable water reservoir
  • Tippable – This coffee maker weights about 4.6 pounds, but since it is so thin we think it becomes a bit more “tippable”, so you’ll want to make sure you have it in a secure location where it won’t get knocked over
Keurig K Mini Plus Review
The Good
  • A tiny brewer that makes it comfortable for any small space to fit this machine easily
  • No need to search for pods because it fits perfectly under the brew nozzle making it simple for the users
  • Travel-friendly brewer makes it simple to carry anywhere on roads
  • Easily cleanable by removing the drip
  • Three different drink sizes to choose from
  • Best customer service provided
  • Designed very well
  • Available in 3 impressive colors
The Bad
  • Just suitable to have a delicious cup of coffee where it is not fully featured with other essentials like bells and whistles
  • Not suitable for an avid coffee drinker as it is a single serving reservoir that makes it quite difficult to refill
  • Since it is very slim and small in size, one needs to take extra care when traveling with this coffee maker to avoid any damage
Keurig K-mini Plus Review: Thinly Better
The Good
  • Extreme ease and convenience in use
  • Clean and modern exterior appearance
  • Strength control for bolder coffee
  • Auto off
  • Brews any size between 6oz and 12oz
  • Comes with a discreet cord storage
  • A small but removable water reservoir (uses as much water as is poured into a reservoir for each brewing)
  • A small size makes it great for smaller spaces
The Bad
  • Appears to be overly expensive (low price-to-value ratio)
  • K-cups only
  • Limited programmability
  • No control over temperature
  • Made primarily with plastic
  • Requires the use of aluminium coffee pods
  • The plastic looks and feels a bit cheap
Keurig K-mini Plus Coffee Maker 2020
The Good
  • Very affordable
  • It is easy and simple to use
  • Perfect for people who are always in a rush
  • Also has an option for a bolder taste coffee
  • Get a perfectly tasting cup of coffee within minutes and enjoy
The Bad
  • The coffee’s level of warmth is optimum and ready for people of all ages to take, although some users reported its not piping hot
  • One time and only one time because of its slimmer design we were able to “not” accidentally push it over and fall
Keurig K-mini Plus Review: My Honest (+Is
The Good
  • Includes Keurig’s upgraded system for richer coffee and quieter brewing
  • Compact and foolproof to use
  • Removable water reservoir is easy to clean and refill
  • Great for your desk at work, dorm room or bedroom, or anywhere else you want a cup of coffee quickly
  • No pod-scanning technology so brews both licensed and unlicensed K-Cup pods
The Bad
  • Not compatible with a water filter
  • Max 12 oz reservoir needs to be refilled before each use
  • Not sure the removable water reservoir and chrome accent are worth paying up for
  • No extra features
Keurig K Mini Plus Review [10 Benefits To
The Good
  • Very compact with a tiny footprint
  • Stores up to 9 K-Cup Pods
  • Extremely travel-friendly
  • Very simple UI
  • Ingenious cord storage
The Bad
  • Lacks bells and whistles
  • Brews single cup only
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