Keurig K575 Review | Largest Keurig 2.0 Brewer

Keurig K575 is one of the largest Keurigs that can take up a good amount of space. So make sure you have enough space to accommodate before making a final decision. It’s 13.63 inches wide, 13.45 inches tall and 10.43 inches in length. This Keurig Brewer can simply be said an XL size brewer as it features large 80 oz water tank and also an XL size 2.8 inches LCD control panel which is larger than 2.4 inches equipped in it’s sibling Keurig K475. It can brew almost all the K cup sizes along with K Mug and K Karafe and that too at optimal temperatures.

Keurig K575 Review | Biggest Keurig Brewer

Keurig K575 2.0 Brewer Review

The large variety of brewing options makes it a perfect choice as it can cater to everyone’s need. If you like to have a small cup, brew 4oz or 6oz; for large, brew 8oz and for coffee addicts, brew 10oz or 12oz. It is simply catered to most of the brewing sizes and is an ideal coffee maker for home as well as for offices.

Design And Features

With it’s bold and tallboy design, brewing a cup of coffee is a breeze. It can brew a cup in just a minute and a karafe in 3 minutes. The 80 oz water reservoir allows you to brew many cups before you have to refill it. It even allows to dispense hot water which is indeed a great feature to sometimes prepare soups or noodles. With 5 different temperature settings, one can brew accordingly like for kids, lower temperature settings can be used. It also has an auto on and off programmable feature that allows to program the coffee maker to brew a cup and then shut off. There is also an energy saving mode that puts the device to standby when it’s ideal for over 2 minutes. Keurig K575 is programmable and can brew you a cup of coffee when you wake. Below are listed it’s main features:

Keurig K575 Display Screen

  • Dimensions: 10.43”L x 13.63”W x 13.45”H
  • Compatible Pods: K-Cup Pod, K-Mug Pod and K-Carafe Pod
  • Reusable Coffee Filter: Keurig 2.0 My K-Cup Reusable Coffee Filter
  • Brew Sizes: K-Pod- 4, 6, 8, 10, 12; K-Mug- 12, 14, 16; K-Carafe- 22,26,30 (in Oz)
  • Removable Water Reservoir: 80 Oz
  • Xtra Large LCD 2.8″
  • Strength and Temperature Control
  • Five Temperature Settings
  • Cord Storage
  • Hot Water on Demand
  • Brewer Maintenance Alerts
  • Auto On/Off
  • Energy Saving Mode
  • Digital Clock
  • Separate Settings for Hot Beverages like Mocha, Cocoa and Chai
  • Programmable
  • K-Carafe Auto Brew
  • High Altitude Setting

Performance And Taste

Now this is were many of the coffee makers fail. If everything looks good and feels good but the output doesn’t suits your tongue, there is no sense to buy that machine whatever the offer might be. Keurig K575’s coffee tastes similar to that of K475 machine as both are built with same technology and even somewhat the same tallboy dimensions. The only difference between K475 and K575 is the larger LCD display. 10 oz larger tank and hot water output in the latter, rest everything is same.

With the introduction of Keurig 2.0 technology in the older K550 model, the brand restricted machines to use the new pods only made by Green Mountain Coffee with the use of DRM technology. This also restricted the brands loyal customers from using the older reusable K cups and so, the customers were not happy. With all this, the sale of Keurig dropped to 23 percent which the brand soon realized. As a result, Keurig soon released the new range of brewers allowing the use of older K-cups including the Keurig K575.

The output of K575 is hats off. It always gives great tasting hot coffee year by year and that’s is why this brand became so famous. The quality of pods by the brand is award winning. They have started using environment friendly material for K cups which are bio-degradable and none other brands quality matches them. One can also use the Reusable cups for no waste and will also save you a lot of money.

The Good And The Bad

The Good

  • Easy to use
  • Large 80 oz water tank
  • Easy to brew
  • Multiple temperature settings
  • Heats up quickly
  • Can Dispense Hot Water
  • Big 2.8″ touch screen

The Bad

  • Takes up counter space
  • Short Power Cord
  • Costs a little extra for just few things

Conclusion

Overall, the K575 machine is a great buy but the K475 is not behind in terms of quality and durability. These both are included in our recommended Best Keurig’s list. The only major difference is the larger water tank, hot water out and the larger LCD. If Keurig K475 LCD seems smaller to you, or you need hot water function to prepare soups or noodles then go ahead with the K575. Also with a larger water tank, the frequency for refilling water again and again reduces.

Don’t forget to include a 2-year protection plan with your coffee maker as it will save you from any sort of disappointment which sometimes happen coincidentally with anyone. It’s better to be safe at your side.


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Keurig K575 Single Serve Programmable K-Cup Coffee Maker with 12 oz brew size and hot water on demand, Platinum


Features: Includes: 6-count K-Cup pod variety pack, water filter handle and two water filters, Set your favorites: Default to your favorite brew settings, Brews 4-30 oz. at the touch of a button, Auto On/Off: Program your brewer to turn on or off automatically at set times, Energy Saver Mode: Enable Energy Saver mode to automatically turn your brewer off when not in use, Hot Water on Demand, Large Color Touch Display Screen, Brew Sizes: K-Cup Pod brew: 4, 6, 8, 10,12 oz. ; Vue Pod brew: 12, 14, 16, 18 oz. ; K-Mug Pod brew sizes: 12, 14, 16, 18 oz. ; K-Carafe Pod brew sizes: 22, 26, 30 oz.

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Hi guys, my name is Amit Ahuja and I am writing about coffee from since 2012. The love for coffee and gadgets bought me here to write about coffee makers, coffee grinders or any coffee gadget.

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3 thoughts on “Keurig K575 Review | Largest Keurig 2.0 Brewer

  1. Thanks for the review. I am Newbie to single cup brewers. You need an adaptor for other than Keurig brand pods? How does the strength control work? I have been spoiled by a friend’s JURA, but very $$$.

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