Keurig K15 Coffee Maker Single Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Brewer 6 to 10 oz. Brew Sizes Oasis Product Reviews and Key Specs
Compact: small and personal; great for small spaces and portable design goes anywhere.Brew sizes: brews your perfect amount, any cup size between 6-10 ounce. Use the 6 ounce cup size for a bolder brew.Water reservoir: single cup water reservoir for ultimate portability – just add fresh water for each brew.Drip tray: removable drip tray accommodates travel mugs up to 5. 2” tall, and holds a full accidental brew for easy clean-up.Energy efficient: automatic shut-off turns the brewer off after each brew, helping to save energy.Brew time: Fresh brewed Coffee in under 2 minutes.
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3 thoughts on “Keurig K15 Coffee Maker Single Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Brewer 6 to 10 oz. Brew Sizes Oasis Review”
I have been a long-time user of Keurig coffee makers, but this one just does not cut the mustard.Love it! So perfect for on the go mornings.Then I purchased this one.It’s a handy little keurig!UPDATE—-after just under 3 weeks, the Keurig K15 has quit working.It fills with water as people don’t know it’s not working and floods the place.No guage for water level.0 almost from the day they were released and it has worked extremely well.It was a watery awful tasting mess.It’s compact and doesn’t take up nearly as much space as my K55.The second machine I bought lasted no more than 4–6 months… probably used it about 40 times.This is the morning of our third day of camping and our third morning of using this coffee maker.Now I have to look for a better product.None has lasted more than two years and each lasted a shorter time than the previous one.I have had this "new" one for less than 3 months and it broke.We have gone thru 4 or more of them and each one craps out after minimal use.(Even though I was in search of turquoise, but they were not available at the time.I am a huge fan of the full-size Keurig, and wanted to use my K cups when visiting my non-coffee-drinking Dad.Doesnt take a lot of room on the counter and is perfect.Excellent for a quick morning cup of coffee, expresso, or tea.I was informed my purchase I made through Amazon was for a K10.
I paid almost $100 for it and it leaks water out of the bottom already.But I also need it to faithfully make good coffee, which it doesn’t do.I purchased this Jan 17 and it is just shy of 2 years old .I’ve had to turn the machine upside down to get the water out.Some other reviewers complained about how long it takes to brew and not being able to use mugs.I am a previous full size keurig owner and it worked perfectly.Big mistake to trust Amazon or "Bargain Ben" — any normal reputable merchant would at least look at the thing to evaluate it.I use any size cup I want and fill it with water and pour it in the top.It is quiet when heating and dispensing.Heard K-10s do that, but couldn’t figure out if it applied to K-15s as well??I like this model because it has a nice compact footprint.Every one I’ve had has been a dud.It takes a long time to heat the water and leaks every single time I use it.After have the first one for about 2 years in stopped brewing and I just quickly bought another this July and less than 6 months this one has stopped brewing as well.Only once did it “leak” and it was because I over filled it!! You must not over fill.Why am I doing it? Because we probably got to brew 6 cups of coffee before it started clogging up and won’t brew anymore.If I put the kerig cup in first, it works, but I still have no idea how much water I need and I wasted a half an hour of my time and 5 kerig cups to figure this out.I tried cleaning it several times with white vinegar to no avail.A part was missing from the keurig.I am a huge Keurig fan and I personally own the classic model, but I thought this was cute since it comes in lots of different colors and I could match it to my mom’s kitchen decor.
The machine is scaled down in overall size but still gives me the full functionality of the larger Keurig machines.The last 3 I have had had to go back after like a couple of months as it would stop regulating the water properly.I had one of these models for a decade or more and loved it.I had this less than 30 days when it clogged and I could get it to work.When using a traditional carafe-style coffee maker I wasted about half what I brewed each day, and though I’m an avid gardener I’ve never been one to pour coffee on my plants.It was a replacement for one that I had used for the past 4 years that finally went kaput.When unpacking it, we noticed the Water Level Guide was missing.On this most recent purchase, it didn’t brew coffee at all after several tries.I bought this for my office less than a year ago, and it’s already stopped working in a variety of ways, a number of times.Now i am having trouble returning after buying the warranty.The one before lasted close to a month.I returned it for a refund and wondered how Keurig could market this product.Do not buy this product unless you desire your morning coffee time to morph from delightful daily routine to an exercise in questioning humanity’s chances of long term survival.It is fine for users who just want one cup occasionally.I had bought one for my mom the other year.I’ve had it only 6 weeks and have used it only a handful of times and it appears to be dead.You can make one cup or a carafe.Something always goes wrong in the hot water dispensing part.I love the no resevior as there is no mold growth but I do clean it often.Keurig sent me a replacement unit, and the exact same thing happened within 2 weeks — heats up, no coffee comes out.