Choosing a Keurig Brewer Model | What Keurig to choose

Jammie McClure

The Platinum fully programmable model adds one more brew size to the Select model, a twelve ounce brew for a larger cup of coffee. Cuisinart had a model that should be considered when choosing a Keurig model. It combines all of the features of the Platinum model with an 80 oz. water reservoir and adds a hot water option and a rinse option. The Cuisinart model also features a water filter and My K-Cup for using fresh coffee grounds instead of K-Cups. There are also office versions of the Keurig which are designed for longer use and more output than home use machines. Offices which want to charge for coffee can also choose vending versions of the Keurig. Choosing the best Keurig model is the last step in having the perfect single-serve coffee brewer. As shown here, all of the models use the K-Cups and have an automatic power off feature. The only decision after that is how many more features are wanted, such as various brew sizes and the size of the water reservoir. The best part is that no matter what decision is made, the Keurig is a good decision.

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