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Keurig B70 Platinum Single-Cup Home Brewing System (Cinnamon) EXPIRED

Steveb3163 17,729 March 2, 2012 at 05:54 PM in Home & Home Improvement (4) More Kohls Deals
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Promoted 03-02-2012 at 07:21 PM View Original Post
Kohls has Keurig B70 Platinum Single-Cup Home Brewing System (Cinnamon) for $130 - extra 10% off in cart - 20% off promo code SMS2727 = $93.59. Shipping is free. Thanks Steveb3163

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Kohls have

Keurig Platinum Coffee Brewer B70 - Cinnamon [kohls.com] on sale for $129.99

When you add it to your cart you get an additional 10% off =$116.99

Use code SMS2727 for an additional 20% off

Final Price $93.59 with FREE shipping

Product Details
Gourmet goodness. Make the most of your mornings with this Keurig coffee brewer.
Limit 5 per household.
Five cup sizes, including 4-oz., 6-oz., 8-oz., 10-oz. and 12-oz. settings, and an iced beverage option ensure personalized brewing in under a minute.
Programmable LCD message center allows you to set a start time up to 24 hours in advance.
Removable 60-ounce reservoir is simple to fill and holds enough water for your entire family.
Drip tray catches spills and removes for easy cleaning.
Blue backlights and chrome accents add modern appeal to any kitchen.
Details:
1500 watts
60-ounce water reservoir
Includes 12-ct. coffee & tea variety pack
Manufacturer's 1-year limited warranty
Model no. 705

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#106
Purchase using your Discover card through Shop Discover and you'll save an additional 5%.
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#107
Does the V system have reusable cups?
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#108
Hate to be "that guy" but I'm not seeing the point of using refillable cups with these? I mean, I can understand the convenience of the regular K-cups where open it up, throw it in, and you're done. But if you're going to go all the way and fill up your own little filter then might as well get a french press? Seems like the same amount of work, but a much cheaper coffee maker. Genuinely curious here.
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Quote from PartEleven View Post :
Hate to be "that guy" but I'm not seeing the point of using refillable cups with these? I mean, I can understand the convenience of the regular K-cups where open it up, throw it in, and you're done. But if you're going to go all the way and fill up your own little filter then might as well get a french press? Seems like the same amount of work, but a much cheaper coffee maker. Genuinely curious here.
Why not pay for having both options?
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#110
I'm gonna chime in here for those of you who aren't sold an Keurig. I too was once a skeptic. But they are a HUGE improvement over the standard cofee maker, I even got rid of my super nice Cuisinart since I only use this now.
Filling it with water is so much easier- no pouring, just a nice, easily detachable water canister that you fill up at the faucet and click back in. I use the refillable thingy when I want to make weak coffee (for grandma)- no brewing a whole pot and the water is ready to go. I use the plain hot water to make tea and hot chocolate for the kids.
There's no carafe or filter to wash. And the best part: it's so easy to use, my kids love to bring mom a cup of coffee! If you are the fence, like I once was, go for it!
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Quote from PartEleven View Post :
Hate to be "that guy" but I'm not seeing the point of using refillable cups with these? I mean, I can understand the convenience of the regular K-cups where open it up, throw it in, and you're done. But if you're going to go all the way and fill up your own little filter then might as well get a french press? Seems like the same amount of work, but a much cheaper coffee maker. Genuinely curious here.
I'm actually planning on buying one of those. They are pretty cheap on Amazon, and most people rave about the taste of the coffee.
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#112
I'm not sure if someone already answered this in this thread, but I've been reading that these aren't that durable? is that true? that's what stopped me from buying one when newegg had it on sale.
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Quote from ZdenoChara View Post :
I'm actually planning on buying one of those. They are pretty cheap on Amazon, and most people rave about the taste of the coffee.
Yes I use one to make single cups of coffee at a time. Cheap and really not a whole lot more work than people make it seem to be. The most important thing is to get coarse ground coffee for your french press. Don't use that finely ground stuff for regular coffee makers, otherwise you'll get a LOT of coffee sludge in your cup. You're still going to get some anyway, but that's part of french press coffee.
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Quote from pood View Post :
I'm not sure if someone already answered this in this thread, but I've been reading that these aren't that durable? is that true? that's what stopped me from buying one when newegg had it on sale.
Ya. The reviews are pretty mixed on the Keurig because of reliability issues. My first Keurig lasted two years before it broke down. Just don't expect these machines to last much longer than 2-4 years, and you shouldn't be disappointed.

Buy it at a store with a good return policy like Costco.
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Quote from ZdenoChara View Post :
Ya. The reviews are pretty mixed on the Keurig because of reliability issues. My first Keurig lasted two years before it broke down. Just don't expect these machines to last much longer than 2-4 years, and you shouldn't be disappointed.

Buy it at a store with a good return policy like Costco.
the 2-4 years figure, how many cups you think? I at most drink 1 a day.
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Quote from Fajin View Post :
Why not pay for having both options?
For starters, the coffee runs upwards of $27/lb and isn't worth $10/lb.

Quote from jroseworley View Post :
But they are a HUGE improvement over the standard cofee maker, I even got rid of my super nice Cuisinart since I only use this now.
They are a step down in quality and step up in speed. Like I've said before on this forum, most people who buy these set up a false dichotomy (I have two choices, gotta pick one!) when there are many single cup brewing options out there (a B&D cup at a time is like $20, a French Press is what $10?, an Aeropress is $30). The only real benefit for convenience with a Keurig is that you don't have to rinse a filter out. Are we really that lazy in 2012? We can't rinse something instead of creating a pile of plastic trash at the landfill.

Quote from ZdenoChara View Post :
I'm actually planning on buying one of those. They are pretty cheap on Amazon, and most people rave about the taste of the coffee.
As an expert coffee geek type of person I will tell you Keurig is not the answer to better tasting coffee. The coffee in the pods is already just as stale as your other coffee, not any higher in quality, and costs up to 3x as much. Cheap commodity coffee goes for $8-10 right? Last 60ct pack at BB&B on sale I computed $27/lb. Yikes! EEK!

That's over $200 per year on coffee cost if you drink ONE pound per month, folks. The coffee is no better. How is that a slick deal for anyone but GMCR's cash flow?

To top it off the Keurig brewers don't even brew coffee according to industry standards. Pretty funny right?

Quote from pood View Post :
I'm not sure if someone already answered this in this thread, but I've been reading that these aren't that durable? is that true? that's what stopped me from buying one when newegg had it on sale.
Very true, look at their facebook page or some amazon reviews where it's a series of people on their 3rd of 4th machine.

If you want a good no fuss traditional coffee maker and feel like blowing over $100 I will point you in this direction: http://bona-vita.biz/

Now, the patent is running out of time, so Keurig already has a new brewer called the Vue which is much more expensive, uses different cups so you can't use your old ones, but they are recyclable just because everyone was complaining about the irony of "green" mountain being such a polluter.
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Quote from pood View Post :
the 2-4 years figure, how many cups you think? I at most drink 1 a day.
My Keurig lasted two years with moderate to heavy use. Probably like an average of 4-8 cups a day.
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Quote from ZdenoChara View Post :
My Keurig lasted two years with moderate to heavy use. Probably like an average of 4-8 cups a day.
lol, with my drinking habits, it'll last 8-16 years haha.
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Quote from rennix View Post :
For starters, the coffee runs upwards of $27/lb and isn't worth $10/lb.



They are a step down in quality and step up in speed. Like I've said before on this forum, most people who buy these set up a false dichotomy (I have two choices, gotta pick one!) when there are many single cup brewing options out there (a B&D cup at a time is like $20, a French Press is what $10?, an Aeropress is $30). The only real benefit for convenience with a Keurig is that you don't have to rinse a filter out. Are we really that lazy in 2012? We can't rinse something instead of creating a pile of plastic trash at the landfill.



As an expert coffee geek type of person I will tell you Keurig is not the answer to better tasting coffee. The coffee in the pods is already just as stale as your other coffee, not any higher in quality, and costs up to 3x as much. Cheap commodity coffee goes for $8-10 right? Last 60ct pack at BB&B on sale I computed $27/lb. Yikes! EEK!

That's over $200 per on coffee cost if you drink ONE pound per month, folks. The coffee is no better. How is that a slick deal?

To top it off the Keurig brewers don't even brew coffee according to industry standards. Pretty funny right?



Very true, look at their facebook page or some amazon reviews where it's a series of people on their 3rd of 4th machine.
I was talking about a french press. I do have a Keurig though.
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Quote from pesok View Post :
sorry if stupid Q(i know nothing about these things) but can this be used as a cappuccino maker(or at least make something resembling cappuccino)? Please quote me if can help(so i can get notification) - any help will be appreciated!!!
They do not froth at all, they just run hot water through coffee grounds. I own the same model and it is not going to make anything frothy like you're expecting. The new Vue seems to claim to do that, though.
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