Keurig K475 Coffee Maker Review 2020

We all are well familiar with name Keurig as we all know, it’s a leading brand in manufacturing Single Serve Machines and can be easily found in many kitchen counters all over. If you are searching for a one cup coffee maker, K475 is a great pick.

Keurig K475 comes with the regular pod brew sizes 4 to 12 ounces, and also has an option to use the K Carafe pods to brew 22, 26 or 30 ounces of coffee. Large display screen, 70oz huge water reservoir and bold looks, is what that defines the Keurig K475 2.0 Brewer. This model came up after the discontinuation of Keurig K450 which was rather built for the exclusive use of pods made by Green Mountain only.

K475 Review 2020

 

Design

Almost all of the units by Keurig feature a relatively same design. Same way, Keurig K475 also inherits the same look of the Keurig default look but it’s a little bolder with the large LCD screen, big reservoir and a descent silver ascents.

Some of the units by Keurig just like our previous model are not so compact and demand relatively more room on the surface but K475 is a more space savor with its little taller and less wide length on the platform. Additionally, this piece utilizes technology to identify the inserted pod and optimizes brewing. You can also make iced beverages with this Keurig. Heating up of water is a SCORE in this coffee maker and it does this thing quickly, so you don’t have to wander around to do other things. It weighs 14.1 lbs and features a 2.4 inch LCD Screen. Moreover, the design of this unit is compatible with K-Cup Pod, K-Mug Pod, and K-Carafe Pod. Also, it uses Keurig 2.0 My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filters for an amazing sip of brewed magic.

 

Keurig K475 Coffee Maker Review 2020

 

Features

K475 features a lot of promising features that make it a matchless best option for your daily brewing routine. Let’s discuss the features one by one.

The water reservoir in the K475 has a capacity of 70oz which means you can brew 7 to 8 cups of coffee before refilling. That’s bigger than most of the coffee machines in the market but not as big as the K575’s 80oz.

The touch panel makes customization and input quite easy. K475 comes with a 2.4 inches digital touch screen that follows simplistic rules and is pretty easy to read and use.

The screen’s bigger here than on machines found further down the Keurig range and will be particularly helpful for anyone in the household who has issues with eyesight or reading problems.

K475 is fully programmable so that you can control your cup of coffee just as you want without wasting time every time.  You can pop the pod in and set up a timer for the brew to come on at a certain time that’s so convenient for quick morning cups and late-night cups when you are too tired to go through the whole process. You can also set machines off time when you know it won’t be in use to save power and ultimately expense too. Good for bills, and better for the environment too.

Once you and the other coffee-guzzlers in your house have found their favorite settings, you can store things like brew size and brew strength that saves you a lot of time for setting up the machine.

Like others, it also features Temperature settings so you won’t have to wait for a boiling coffee cup to get down your sip’s temperature and you get a cup of coffee ready to dazzle with the strength, size, and temperature that you love for yourself.

Most of the Keurig machines at this level are very easy to use and the K475 is no exception. You have the extra temperature options to play with if you want, but this is very much the kind of fast-brewing coffee machine, Keurig is become famous for.

The coffee itself is hot and perfectly brewed, and there are literally hundreds of different flavors to choose from and ensures that the aroma and taste of a perfectly brewed coffee are not compromised in any way.

Alternatively, you can carry on using your favorite ground coffee if you pick up the reusable K-Cup separately. That’s much better for the environment as well, of course. But if you’re using pods, you can use K-cup, K-vue, K-mug, and K-carafe that collectively gives you a range from 4oz to 30oz to choose from, that’s amazing.

A big struggle with quick-brewing coffee machines is their noise but Keurig has introduced some kind of new motor technology in the K475 that addresses noise complaints of earlier machines. It’s much better in terms of annoying gooey voices.

Moreover, K475 brews very quickly. Expect your first cup to take around one minute, although I know of people who have owned this machine a while and found that the initial brew time can inch up over time.

 

Finally, there’s hot water dispenser. It’s quick, and you can use it to whip up other drinks like tea and hot chocolate.

The good news is that the K475 is compatible with accessories like the K-Mug and the K-Carafe. The first lets you take your brew on the road, while the latter lets you cook up a much bigger batch of coffee, but need to be purchased separately.

Another surprising feature of this coffee maker is a removable drip tray which not only allows easy cleaning and emptying but also provides room for any cup size but not taller than 7”.

 

Pros
  • Easy to use

  • Large water tank

  • Easy to brew

  • Multiple temperature settings

  • Heats up quickly

  • Big touch screen

Cons
  • Takes up counter space

  • Short Power Cord

  • Doesn’t offer specialty beverages

 

Our Verdict:

If you’ve owned a Keurig in the past and want to upgrade, then the K475 is a really good option. It’s also a great starting point for those of you who are new to the Keurig experience. You get very quick, strong and tasty coffee out of the machine, and a 70oz water reservoir is perfectly adequate for general needs. Also, customized settings brew a coffee that will perfectly meet your own standards of a good cup of coffee and all these things quickly make it a handsome option to avail.

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