Keurig K450 Brewing System, Black

Manufacturer’s Description. The Keurig 2.0 K400 brewing system is the first Keurig system that allows you to brew a piping hot 4-cup carafe with the same ease and convenience of brewing a single-serve cup  — all at the touch of a button. It’s so smart. So simple! So different than an average coffee maker! Revolutionary

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(as of August 24, 2019 9:39 pm PDT - Details)

Manufacturer’s Description. The Keurig 2.0 K400 brewing system is the first Keurig system that allows you to brew a piping hot 4-cup carafe with the same ease and convenience of brewing a single-serve cup  — all at the touch of a button. It’s so smart. So simple! So different than an average coffee maker! Revolutionary Keurig 2.0 Brewing Technology. The Keurig 2.0 K400 brewer also features revolutionary Keurig 2.0 Brewing Technology, designed to read the lid of each K-Cup or K-Carafe pod to brew the perfect beverage every time. A feature-filled, programmable brewer. The brewer also features a large 70 ounce Water Reservoir, 2.4 inch color Touch Display, programmable clock, an auto brew option, and a strength control setting for brewing bolder coffee. There’s even a separate setting for hot cocoa and other specialty beverages like chais and mochas. So many choices. Choose from more than 400 varieties of coffee, tea, and specialty beverages — including iced beverages — from over 60 brands you know and love. Just look for the Keurig logo on your favorite K-Cup pod and K-Carafe pod varieties. The Keurig 2.0 K400 brewing system also includes a Keurig Carafe and K-Cup and K-Carafe pods to get you started. There are also optional accessories available such as the Keurig 2.0 carousel, Keurig 2.0 storage drawer, Keurig 2.0 water filter starter kit, and a thermal carafe.

Product Features

  • Revolutionary Keurig 2.0 Brewing Technology
  • Hundreds of varieties from the brands you love
  • K450 Includes: Keurig Carafe, 6 K-Cup Pods, 4 K-Carafe Pods, Water Filter Handle and Cartridge
  • 70 oz. Water Reservoir, Color Touch Display, Strength Control, Customizable Settings
  • Programmable Clock and Auto Brew

Comments

Brian Connors says:

Coffee, cream and sugar, with a facepalm I have to be honest, I’m not sure what to say about the star rating on this. Taken by itself, the 2.0 series is a nice, if not strictly necessary, upgrade. The four-cup carafe capability is an interesting addition, although I’m inclined to think that it’s a waste of effort if Keurig never bothers to bring out a My K-Carafe attachment. According to Keurig’s website, it also supports Vue cups, which is mainly of use to people who bought into the Vue system. (If you did, I have no idea what you were thinking. Here’s your way out.) Coffee is hot and appropriately tasty, and (hallelujah) the system is self-priming, which means no poking at the thing six or seven times when you haven’t used it in a month.But that lockout thing… that’s a doozie. The workaround is easy enough — slice the foil off the top of a licensed K-Cup and put it on top of whatever you’re putting in there, making sure the sensor can see the label band around the edge — but it’s the principle of the thing…

Lantana Al says:

Shouldn’t have to fight for the right to make a cup of coffee Have to agree with the others that this device is a loser.I really like k-cup coffee but I don’t want to be fighting my machine for the right to make coffee if my k-cup doesn’t have a new ink marker on the foil top. Yes, you can “hack” it, but you shouldn’t have to hack your own coffee machine and that creates other problems (like when wanting to brew a carafe but it’s been hacked for regular k-cups). This is just nonsense and unless enough consumers stand up to it then they will get away with it. I highly recommend buying another machine that doesn’t verify that you have the right to make a cup of coffee before making it.I read an article about how “Keurig has been busy striking exclusionary agreements with suppliers and distributors to lock competing products out of the market”. Not good. Obviously they are hard at work trying to figure out how to lock out competition and extract more money from consumers since September 2012 when some of their key patents…

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