Keurig’s K75 platinum single cup brewing system brews a perfect cup of tea or coffee at a the touch of a small button. It offers a range of five cup size options. It has a lot of features such as auto on/off, a digital clock, temperature control adjustment and a range of cup sizes 4 oz. , 6oz. , 8 oz. , 10 oz. , and 12 oz. The 72 oz. removable water reservoir can hold up to 10 cups of water. K75’s removable drip tray makes cleaning an easy job.
Keurig K75 brewing system also has a beautiful looking blue lit LCD display. It will take around 4 minutes for the water to be heated during the initial set up. While heating, the red light will illuminate and when heating is finished, the red light will turn off and then the Mug Button will flash. In order to start cleansing brew, just press the Mug Button and get rid of the water.
Setting up Keurig K75 was an easy job, it took less than 10 minutes. Installing the water filter can be tricky, as you have to lower it into the unit’s tank and get it seated on an inlet hole toward the back portion of the tank. But it was not much of a trouble.
It took less than 4 minutes to get the unit ready for its first brew. Just raise the front lever, drop K-cup into it, close the lid and hit brew, that’s it. The machine is incredibly quiet. Adjustable brew heat settings is really helpful. Just pop in a cup and press the button, it is that simple. Brewing has never been that easy for me.
Keurig K75 Pros
- 5 Cup sizes
- Easy to use
- Great performance
Keurig K75 Cons
- Slightly expensive filters
- Little cooling off time for coffee. Better drink straightaway.