Keurig 2.0 K200 Brewer at Target and Other Retailers
The Keurig 2.0 K200 Brewer has been rolling out to store shelves over the past few weeks, and we got this picture at our local Target in Watertown, MA. The K200 features 9 brew sizes (including carafe sizes), and a large 40 oz. Water Reservoir. There’s even strength control, and a Black and White Touch Display. We also really love this brewer’s compact size. Given the price point of ~$120 (we’ve seen it as low as $109) we expect this to be a big seller for Green Mountain. We just wish they’d get rid of the DRM.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at July 31, 2015 8:05 AM
DRM; still no purchase by me (and I suspect many others). The my-KCup is a nice concession to consumers, but it's only a half ass measure.
Ideally, I'd assume Keurig-Green Mountain would want the coffee situation to improve and stabilize before the Kold debuts and flops.
Off topic, but awaiting the launch of the Kold is like watching a car crash develop at 1 mile an hour; you know it's going to happen and it ain't gonna be pretty. The lowest price I was able to find on branded Coca Cola products in this weekends grocery flyers as 6.99 Cdn for a 24 of 12 oz cans or 2.49 Cdn for a 6 pack of 710 ml bottles. And at a price of 299 Cdn (I"m betting $350) for the brewer that's a stash of 720 710 ml bottles which would last me a while.
I consider myself a diet soda drinker (12 diet coke a week). That habit costs me ~ $4 Cdn, What do I gain from switching to Kold pods that will only give me an 8 oz beverage, but yet cost ~$15 Cdn for 12?
Why the constant harping on DRM. All the off-brands are compatible now as they use the special ink. There is the Freedom Clip if you want.
It was, and will be a non issue!