September 28, 2012

Keurig Vue V600 Brewing System

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Green Mountain Coffee Roasters, Inc. has expanded of its Keurig Vue Brewing System with the addition of the Keurig Vue V600 brewer. Offering an interactive black and white touchscreen and a lower price point (SRP of $209.99). They've also reduced the price of the Keurig Vue V700 Single Cup Brewing System (read our full review here) to $229.99. The difference in price between the V600 and V700 of $20 means you'll be getting an interactive black and white touchscreen on the V600. The V700 and V600 will only work with Keurig Vue Packs.

The Vue V600 offers:

  • Fully programmable black and white touchscreen featuring auto on/off, temperature and strength control, energy saver mode and size selection
  • Eight brew sizes — from 4 oz. to 18 oz. travel mug
  • Removable 74 oz. water reservoir
  • Removable drip tray with adjustable plate
  • Brews in under one minute


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The V1200 is the recently introduced Vue Brewing system for commercial venues.
It uses RFID chip technology so only commercial Vue packs work in the brewer.

The Vue brewer line initially expanded in early September with the introduction of the Keurig Vue V1200 brewer, targeted for commercial use with the ability to brew stronger, bigger, hotter, and smarter with RFID (radio frequency identification) technology.

The Vue V600 is currently available for purchase on www.keurig.com and will be available in more channels this fall where Keurig Vue Brewing Systems are sold. Additional at-home Vue models with lower price points will be introduced next year.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at September 28, 2012 7:43 AM

Recent Comments

It’s interesting that they decided to bring their machines closer to 200 bucks so quickly after Starbucks has set theirs at $200. I’ll still be sticking with my Tassimo though, especially now that the T55 finally made it to the States.


Posted by: ao at September 28, 2012 7:59 AM
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