Keurig Mini Plus B 31 and B32 Personal Single Serve Coffee Brewer
There's a new Keurig Mini in town - the Keurig Mini Plus Personal Brewer! The Keurig MINI Plus Personal Brewer is ideal for gourmet coffee, tea and hot cocoa drinkers who want a brewer that is compact and easy-to-use in the home or even home office. The difference between the Keurig Mini B30 and the MINI Plus is the fact the Mini Plus allows you to brew 6, 8 or 10 ounces to get the strength you desire in under 2 minutes with no water left in the reservoir, where as the Keurig Mini B30 only allows you one cup size.
We'll have a full review of the Keurig Mini Plus B32 Personal Brewer soon, but in the mean time check out our review of the Keurig Mini B30.
- Offered in Three Colors: Red, Black, Platinum
- 3 Brew Sizes: 6 oz, 8 oz. & 10 oz.*
- Brews in under 2 minutes
- Removable drip tray
- Cord storage
If you want a larger Keurig brewer you may want to look at the Keurig Elite B40 Brewer, Keurig B50, Keurig Special Edition Ultra Elite B60, Keurig Platinum B70 Brewer, and the Breville BKC600XL Gourmet Single Cup Brewer.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at April 2, 2010 7:55 AM
Bought this a week ago. flimsy plastic but makes good coffee from kcup just as my b60.
the plastic measuring device to adjust for cup size is gimmicky and difficult to explain even from keurigs customer service reps. i found that i have to pour water with kcup lid closed - then open it to let water drain in - then add kcup- then go away for 2minutes. problem is when i come back its either too concentrated or too much water that has overflowed. when it works it does work well though.
now my only issue is i cant find a travel mug that will fit in the 5" clearance space.
may not be keeping the unit..will experiment more.
Regarding the lead, unless you plan on disassembling the unit and chewing on the solder connections I would not be concerned. This is typical California nanny-state warnings. If there is lead ANYWHERE they require it. Even if it is in a place you cannot get to and will never touch.
I just purchased the B31 Mini Plus Keurig Brewer. On the facing page of the owner's manual cover there is a warning: "This product contains chemicals, including lead, which is known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm." I there any more information regarding this warning i.e. How concerned should the public be about this warning?
I've been using the original B30 for a while and I make 3 cup sizes (4 oz, 6 oz, and 8 oz) just by using a measuring cup to add the desired amount of water. The 4 oz is for iced coffee, and the 6 and 8 depend on the k cup. So really, all you get with the new model is a 10 ounce cup which mostly makes weak coffee unless you use the new revv or travel cup k cups. And you can get the older one for $55 with a coupon at Best Buy =)