February 17, 2010

Keurig B150 and B155 Touch Screen Single Cup Brewer Arrives for Review - We Answer Your Questions

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When it rains it pours single serve coffee brewers here at Single Serve Coffee. We just received the new Keurig B150/B155 brewer to review from Keurig. Both the Keurig 150 and 155 models feature a new touch screen user interface to help assist in making your piping hot cup of single serve coffee, tea, or cocoa. Though these brewers are aimed at the small business and home office market, you can also purchase these brewers as a consumer for your home.

We want to know your questions prior to our review in the coming weeks. Do you have questions about the brew temp? How about the reservoir size? How does this brewer compare to the Keurig B70 or the Breville or other commercial Keurig brewers? Ask away and we'll get your questions answered.

You can sound off in the comments or add to our Keurig B155 Questions thread in the Single Serve Coffee Forums. Also you can tweet us a questions or two, and send us questions on our Facebook page. Whatever the method, we'll try and get these questions answered within the context of the review in the coming weeks.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at February 17, 2010 8:29 AM

Recent Comments

It's about your Keurig B150 Model I was just wondering if you are still reviewing it, and if you are how long have you had it and has it had any problems. Such as in the previous models where pump failure occurs or it just stops working after a year or so, I'm looking to buy one and I just want to get a well-made model.


Posted by: Billy Smith at May 7, 2011 12:19 PM

Jay, think you might have already answered this in an earlier post, but does this model feature a water hookup connection in order to have the unit connected directly to a water tap? Would the filtration be required on the tap itself or does this model have internal filtration similar to the Breville or the add-on kit from Keurig?


Posted by: SH at February 17, 2010 11:47 AM

It will be very interesting to see how this stacks up against the Cuisinart model. I need to buy a new machine, not sure which one.

Looking forward to you guys getting the reviews out!


Posted by: jk at February 17, 2010 11:07 AM
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