Short answer: The Keurig model number is imprinted on the bottom metal plate of the unit. You may need to unplug and lift up or turn the unit over to read it. You should find imprinted something like ‘Model K40’ or other model number as the case may be.
How do I know what Keurig model I have?
To figure out what model of Keurig you have without using the box or manual, find the serial number on the brewer either behind the removable drip tray or water reservoir, or on the bottom of the brewer. You can then google this letter and number combination to find your Keurig model online.
What are the Keurig 2.0 models?
Top 7 Keurig 2.0 Models The Keurig 2.0 comes in several models! The K360, K450 and K560 are close to the K300, K400, and K500 model. They come with different arrangements of K-Cups packaged inside. The K300, K400 and K500 do not have the water filter.
Where do I find my Keurig serial number?
The serial numbers for most of our brewers can be found on the side, behind the cold water tank. The serial number is located here if you have a K-Elite®, K-Select® or K-Cafe® brewer.
Do all Keurigs use the same K-Cups?
No K-cups and Coffee Pods are NOT the same and are NOT interchangeable. K-cups are specifically designed to be used in the Keurig single cup coffee maker only. Keurig has recently changed the name of their “K-CUP” to “K-CUP PODS” but they are very different than actual paper coffee pods.
How do I know if I have a 1.0 or 2.0 Keurig?
The Keurig 1.0 line of coffee makers features LED indicators. These let you know when you need to add water or when the brewing process has come to an end. In the 2.0 brewers, things like this are indicated in the touch display.
What is the difference between keurig 2.0 models?
What Is The Difference Between Keurig and Keurig 2.0? Both can brew different cup sizes, but the Keurig 2.0 is also available to brew a full 4-cup carafe, which is a new feature. The Keurig 2.0 has a more advanced brewing method that automatically adjusts the machine’s settings to match the coffee pod.
Why was the Keurig 2.0 discontinued?
The problem with Keurig 2.0 is with the machine’s DRM (Digital Rights Management) system. DRM makes it so Keurig 2.0 machines only accept official, and more expensive, Keurig K-Cups that are one-time use only. The consumer backlash to this decision was more than the company anticipated.
What is the difference between the different Keurig models?
The major difference between them is their water reservoir size. The K200 and K250 both have a 40oz water reservoir and neither have temperature control. The K200 comes with extra charcoal filter and descaling solution. The K300 and K350 both have a 60oz reservoir and come with a carafe.
How many keurig 2.0 models are there?
Keurig 2.0 Models. There are three main coffee makers in the Keurig 2.0 lineup. The K350, the K450, and the K550. All three coffee makers work in basically the same way, and all three brew coffee using the same size K-Cups.
What is the original Keurig model?
The Keurig 1.0 was the first version of Keurig models, while the 2.0 machines were a short-lived version that restricted access to K Cup pods. When you want coffee makers, you want Keurig. The pods are easy to use, the technology is sound, and there are plenty of models of Keurig machines.
Where is the serial number on my Keurig K duo?
The serial number can be found on the bottom of the K-Duo™coffee maker box and on the bottom of the drip tray base of the coffee maker.
Why does my Keurig not recognize K-Cup?
Why would a K-Cup® pod not have the Keurig® brewed ring on the lid? There are two possible reasons: You are using a non sanctioned, knock off K-Cup® pod. Generics simply will not work, the K-Cup® pods you purchase must have the Keurig® brewed seal on the box.
What are the 4 cup sizes on a Keurig?
Which Keurig® has the most cup sizes?
- 4 oz.
- 6 oz.
- 8 oz.
- 10 oz.
- 12 oz.
What is the difference between K-Cup and K-Cup pods?
A Pod is coffee or tea that is sealed inside filter paper. They have a round, flat shape and are usually soft and pliable. Pods are also known as coffee pads. A K-Cup is is coffee or tea (and recently hot chocolate and cappuccino) that is sealed in some kind of cartridge, generally a plastic cup.