If you are set on a Keurig, Costco is the place to buy them because they will break on a pretty regular schedule and returns are very easy at costco even a couple of years down the line.
Spending $99-$200 for a coffee maker should net you 10 years of service, in my opinion at least.
I bought a B70 a few years back and it's been returned 4 times already lol.
I'm on my third one myself. The first went out within just four to six months. I got a new one from Keurig without much of a hassle. This one, the second, started to have problems about ten months out. It stopped working altogether just a few weeks out of warranty. Still, even though it was out of warranty, Keurig replaced it.
I think I'll probably get 10 years service, alright. I'll just have to resign myself to having to replace it every year. But, at least that will renew the warranty each year as well.
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