3.6
2 reviews
73

Keurig Platinum


$170.00 Released February, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Very easy to use, just a few button presses to all functions. Accommodates a cup of almost any size. Stylish and sleek design, good combination of stainless steel and black plastic.

The Cons:Makes a fair amount of noise throughout the brewing process. Difficult to clean, lots of parts that get dirty and can't just be stuck in a sink. K-Cups can be expensive compared to regular ground coffee.

The Keurig Platinum is a single-cup home coffee maker designed strictly for households. Released as an upgrade from the Elite, the Keurig Platinum accommodates five cup sizes—4oz, 6oz, 8oz, 10oz and 12oz—and includes a much larger 60z water resourcour so the unit need only be filled literally once per day.

Where to Buy

loading.. Loading latest prices from ProductWiki...

Also featured is an advanced control panel with a blue backlit display and multiple buttons with fully programmable options. Signature though is Quiet-Brew technology that ensures the production of hot coffee without interfering in household activities. Critics especially like that the Platinum model incorporates every cup size, not to mention that it incorporates multiple settings, a stylish design and a durable frame. They have complained however that its difficult to clean and at times unreliable.

Features

  • Single-Cup Home Coffee Maker
  • Designed for Households
  • Quiet Brew Technology
  • Extra-Large Removable Water Reservoir
  • Five Total Cup Sizes
  • Iced Beverage Setting
  • Blue Backlit Display
  • Fully Programmable
  • Removable Drip Tray
  • Auto-Off Feature
  • Difficult to Clean
  • At Times Unreliable
  • Durable Build
  • Stylish Design
  • Lots of Cup Sizes

User Reviews (2)

  •  
Add Pros & Cons
73
ProScore
Pros
  • 2

    very easy to use, just a few button presses to all functions

  • 2

    accommodates a cup of almost any size

  • 2

    stylish and sleek design, good combination of stainless steel and black plastic

  • 1

    lots of settings for different volumes and brew strengths

  • 1

    components last a long time without wearing out

Cons
  • 1

    makes a fair amount of noise throughout the brewing process

  • 1

    difficult to clean, lots of parts that get dirty and can't just be stuck in a sink

  • 1

    K-Cups can be expensive compared to regular ground coffee

Comments (0)

What's on your mind? See more ProductWiki Talk

You may also like...