Keurig K-Mini Coffee Maker, Single Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Brewer, 6 to 12 oz. Brew Sizes, Studio Gray

Keurig K-Mini Coffee Maker, Single Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Brewer, 6 to 12 oz. Brew Sizes, Studio Gray Keurig K-Mini Coffee Maker, Single Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Brewer, 6 to 12 oz. Brew Sizes, Studio Gray : Grocery & Gourmet Food

What are keurig k-mini coffee maker features?

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  • Note: 1)too coarse a grind, too little coffee, or insufficiently tamping the grounds before brewing can all lead to inadequate pressure for a proper brew. 2)it is important to note that the amount of espresso extracted will vary depending on the grind size and amount and reprogramming may be needed when the size and amount are adjusted
  • Fits anywhere: less than 5 inches wide, perfect for small spaces
  • Your perfect amount: brew any cup size between 6-12oz with keurig k-cup pods
  • One cup reservoir: just add fresh water for each brew
  • Fast & fresh brewed: coffee made in minutes
  • Cord storage: for easy transport and tidy countertops
  • Travel mug friendly: removable drip tray accommodates travel mugs up to 7.0 inches tall and holds a full accidental brew for easy cleanup
  • Energy efficient: auto off feature turns off your coffee maker 90 seconds after your last brew, helping to save energy
  • Compatible with the my k-cup universal reusable coffee filter: brew your own ground coffee (sold separately).included in the box: keurig k-mini single serve coffee maker
  • Included in the box: keurig k-mini single serve coffee maker
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Keurig K-Mini Coffee Maker, Single Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Brewer, 6 to 12 oz. Brew Sizes, Studio Gray AMAZON Keurig K-Mini Coffee Maker, Single Serve K-Cup Pod Coffee Brewer, 6 to 12 oz. Brew Sizes, Studio Gray : Grocery & Gourmet Food

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The description says it will make 6-12 oz of coffee. How can that be if it only holds 8 oz of water, as indicated in some reviews?

I never knew it was 6 to 12, i use a 16z styro and i bet i’m putting in a solid 14z, and it brews it all

Does the pod have to say keurig on it?

Thanks for your question! Consumers are not limited to brewing only keurig owned and licensed brand pods in the k-mini coffee maker. However, we recommend brewing with our keurig k-cup pods for the best beverage experience. Hope this helps!

I purchased mine january 30 and it has stopped working. I am beyond the return date. What should i do?

Mine quit working after 2 months. Call this number 1-213-9100, called just had to tell them about it not working, tell them s/n found on bottom of machine, send them a photo of machine and of s/n, they will ‘process it’ in 3-4 days and send a replacement. Mine was a gift from my son for christmas so didn’t need receipt only photos. Won’t hurt to try it, good luck!

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What’s the big difference between the mini and the mini plus?

Thank you for your question. In addition to the features of the k-mini coffee maker, the k-mini plus coffee maker has pod storage, a removable water reservoir, a strong feature, and a premium metallic finish. We hope this helps!

Did i purchase this coffee maker saturday

Well, that’s an interesting question. There are a number of questions i would have to ask myself in order to answer your own question. Or i can tell you that in this universe i live in i can not go backward and forward in time.

Can i use any coffee pods for this machine? Example starbucks pods, etc?

Yes! All k-cup pods are compatible with the k-mini coffee maker.

To everyone who left a review saying this coffee maker stopped working, which single cup coffee maker do you recommend instead?

I recommend this one. Mine ‘quit working’ as well. I got it working again and found the trouble (at least mine) was caused by well meaning users poking the power button during cycling. I stopped using the power button all together and instead just used the automatic on feature of using the lid where one places the k cup. 90 seconds after brewing it shuts itself off…i have done this for 348 cups and had no further issues.

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Can i use my refillable pods in the k mini coffee maker?

Thank you for your question. Yes! If you are using the my k-cup universal reusable coffee filter, it is compatible with all keurig home coffee makers, including the k-mini.

Does it brew cold?

Thanks for your question. Our keurig coffee makers brew hot and do not dispense cold beverages.

Will the 9-pod holder from the mini plus fit this machine, also?

Hi, and thanks for your question! The pod holder that comes with the k-mini plus does fit on the k-mini brewer. We hope this information is helpful!

Since keurig coffee is so weak, i like to use just 4 oz of water. Is this possible with this machine?

No, the k-mini coffee maker does not brew 4ounces of water. The minimum it will brew is 6 ounces. Thanks for your question!

Dose it come with something where i can put coffee grounds in?

Thank you for your question. Our my k-cup universal reusable coffee filter is compatible with the k-mini coffee maker, however, it is sold separately. Hope this is helpful!

Does it have three prongs?

Thanks for your question. The k-mini coffee maker is manufactured with a 3 prong plug. We hope this helps!

Filter? I don’t see in the description that you need one. Please clarify

The filter is built in to the k cup. You would only need one if you were using the adapter to use your own coffee. (

Can it brew regular coffee

Yes, but you have to purchase a my k cup reusable coffee filter.

Will a 32 oz tumbler fit under this?

No. My wife has a really fat coffee mug that holds 24oz that fits. But the tall skinny ones that fit in your cup holders will not.

I purchased mine in april, it just doesn’t work anymore. The power button comes on when i pressed the “k” to brew nothing happens. Help?

We certainly wouldn’t expect this from one of our brewers. Our customer care team will be happy to look into this further for you. Can you give them a call please? The number is 866-901-2739.

Will 7 1/4” travel mug fit?

Don’t think so… The available space is about 6 3/4 inches. You might remove the perforated overflow base and eeek out enough room for your travel mug, but at best it will be tight

Is there a piece that holds k pod?? I put my kpod in and look like i’m missing something and it didn’t make a cup.

I did manage to get a ‘shop bought’ pod in but the refill pods were a tight fit. Can’t tell you much more as i foolishly thought it was dual votage and it was not.
Plug 120 v into a 240 house voltage and you just get a band and the the coffee maker becomes
dead and gone !!

I’ve had my mini for about 14 months. It will no longer brew. I get about an ounce maybe! Tried vinegar descaling several times. Is it just done for?

You’re lucky — mine only lasted 3-4 months. Mine started having weird glitches where it would turn itself off, it would leak water, it would brew sometimes w/o pressing the brew button, then it just started making odd sounds but not brewing. I too tried descaling with vinegar. Based on other reviews, it appears this model does not last very long. Sorry!

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What are our customers saying?

5Expert Score
Small keurig coffee maker

I had a huge keurig, but it took up so much counter space. I wanted a single cup smaller unit and this fit the bill and works great in the space i wanted it to be in. I did have trouble figuring out that once you put the water and k cup in, you just hit the button and wait. It does take a minute after the water goes into the reservoir, but be patient. You don’t need to add more water… It will after about a minute start making the coffee. I wanted a silver grey to match the other kitchen items i have. I love it!

5Expert Score
Gift for my sister who drinks gallons of coffee

My sister had a diffefrent small keurig but absolutely loves this. She is generally alone in her own at work
cubicle and has a small fridge and a small coffee maker she says this makes coffee quickly, the water gets sufficiently hot and the coffee, she states, is aromatic and delicions. She like it so much i bought one for our ‘travel coffee’ maker, and a backup. Her red one is a bright true red. Its easy to measure and brew. If you are on the fence, some on over. You will love it.

5Expert Score
Great size

This mini keurig is perfect… No water reserve to keep full or change, and it is not detachable. You just pour your mug of water into the back (only up to 12 oz) and press the start button and all liquid comes out for that one cup. It takes up so little counter space and the oasis color is so awesome. I’d definitely recommend for someone like myself that has one or two cups a day and doesn’t want to brew a whole pot, and also doesn’t want to order out coffee everyday. Love it!

5Expert Score
Love it

Love that the water compartment is small so you don’t have old water sitting in it. I just wish it made a bit of a bigger cup, i have huge mugs that i like filled to the brim maybe this will help my coffee-intake problem. Very sleek and doesn’t feel cheap, color is as shown in picture.

5Expert Score
My favorite keurig!

I’ve had the classic type of keurig with a water reservoir, and a mini that you add water to each time you brew. Hands down, i prefer the mini! I don’t do bells & whistles (no lattes, espressos, cappucinos, etc), so it does everything i need.

With the reservoir, i always worried about whether the water was fresh. Now, i know it is, and it only takes a few seconds. Not to mention how little space it requires, and how much more attractive the streamlined appearance is.

This one is actually a gift for my mom. She knows how much i like mine, so she asked for it for christmas. For some reason i was sent the mini +, but it should be pretty much the same.

5Expert Score
Great as a one cup coffee maker

I actually got rid of my full-size keurig coffee maker and bought thisd one. This one cup maker makes as good a cup of coffee as the original full-size keurig without the need to leave unused water inside the machine. And … It takes up a lot less space on my kitchen counter.

5Expert Score
Simple and functional

Super easy to use, very silent, optimal temperature. Also very easy to clean and small enough to bring to the office or keep at home without taking up a lot of space. I ordered it in pink and i love it. Great variety of keurig cups on amazon and supermarkets as well, i use it mainly for tea.

5Expert Score
I think this product is over priced and not real easy to use

Not being a regular keurig user i wanted something to take with me when i travel. Directions are not very good. Still not sure how much water to use since other keirugs use the amount you need for the pod if you fill reservoir it uses all the water.. So it is not user friendly. And a mister coffee would have been way cheaper

5Expert Score
Love the compact size

Nice and compact, makes coffee just as well as the big unit in the kitchen. I really like that it doesn’t have a reservoir where water sits, and you put in fresh water each time. If my big unit ever stops working, i will replace it with a small unit like this. I am very happy with it.

5Expert Score
One cup wonder

I only drink decaf, so i bought this mini keurig so my guests could also enjoy their real coffee. Takes up very little counter space and quickly makes a yummy cup of coffee. I bought a reusable k cup so i don’t create extra waste. Coffee is a little muddier looking but tastes the same so a win win all around.

4Expert Score
Read the instructions

Okay. So late last night i decided to order this smaller version of the keurig coffee maker, because i’m short on counter space and i only make one cup of coffee a day anyhow. My new machine was on my front porch this afternoon. (shop, select, pay, receive. The good, the bad, and the ugly.) anyhow, i’ve decided to post a few photos and try to write an informative, helpful review, as i see there are some pretty negative, frustrated buyers of this product, and several questions listed that indicate those buyers did not do the very first thing they should have: read the little instruction booklet. Now, i must say, these few instructions could have been written a bit more clearly—but that’s par for the course these days, as practically nothing is made by english speaking people, so the instructions are someone else’s idea of the english language. So, i’ve posted some photos to aid in my attempt to make these instructions more “user friendly.”

before i forget, i do have two negative comments on this product (aside from the less-than-clear instruction booklet): the first is that i feel it’s overpriced for what it is. I paid $83+ (including tax) for a little plastic gizmo that should sell for about half that. If it lasts as long as my “big boy” keurig, which is at least five, maybe six years old, i suppose it’ll be worth it. The second issue is the cord. I do love the idea of the cord compartment … However, the cord that comes with this machine is only about 18” long. (the cord compartment would have been a lot more useful with the big boy machine, which has a considerably longer cord.) as i don’t even need the full 18”, i stuffed some of the cord back in the compartment, then found that i’d shortened it more than i wanted, but when i tried to pull out a bit longer cord, i could only get another inch or so. Now i have about a 14” cord … Which i can work with, but some people might find that they’ll need a longer cord, so i thought i’d mention it.

As you can see from my first photo, the big boy keurig is considerably larger than this new one (which measures 4.5” wide by 10 3/4” deep, the same depth as the big boy). Another photo shows a closeup of the side of the little clear plastic compartment (referred to in the instruction booklet as the “water reservoir”), which shows the amount of water—how many ounces—is being put into the water reservoir. You must put at least the minimum of 6 oz, or up to the maximum of 12 oz. This question of how much water to put in seems to have befuddled many purchasers: i cannot understand why. So long as it’s between the low water mark (6 oz) and the max water mark (12 oz), you’re good to go. However much water you put in, is the same amount of coffee that will pour into your cup. Maybe it’s more easily understood this way: use your coffee cup—whether it holds 6 oz or anywhere in between six and a maximum of 12 oz (my red and white cup that you see in one of my photos holds 8 oz, allowing about 1/2” to the very rim) to fill the water reservoir—and you’ll get that same amount of coffee in your cup. An 8 oz cup of coffee, using a coffee pod, makes (for me—i drink it black) a perfect, medium-strong cup of coffee.

Now, how to use your new machine: first, as i said, read the instructions. The very first words printed in the booklet are, “before you brew.” you’re first going to make a cup of boiling water only—then your machine is “prepped” and ready to go. So, plug it in, then push the “power button.” (see my 2nd photo—the power button is that tiny dot at about the 1 o’clock position from the big, round, silver-colored circle with the big k in the center of it. That silver-colored circle is what is called the “brew button.”) when you press the power button (the little dot), after you’ve plugged in the machine, that dot will illuminate. Next, you lift the cover of the water reservoir, fill your coffee cup/mug with water and pour that water into the reservoir. (check the measure on the side, to be sure you have somewhere between 6 oz and 12 oz in the reservoir.) then lower the water reservoir lid and place your coffee cup on the drip tray.

Now, you’re going to lift and lower the handle where you would put a coffee pod—except this first time you’re not going to put in a pod, because you’re only going to make a cup of hot water, just to run some water through the machine to prep it.

Now that you have your water in the water reservoir, and your cup on the drip tray, and the “coffee pod compartment” handle has been lifted and lowered, you’re ready to “push the brew button.” remember, the brew button is the big silver-colored circle. It depresses. I finally figured out that i had to hold it down with three fingers (i have small hands) for 2 or 3 seconds … And then the “brew indicator light” (a rainbow shape just above the brew button—see photo four) will “illuminate solid, then begin to pulse while the water is heating.” it will take a minute or so for the water to heat … During which time the “rainbow-shaped” light will come on and fade, come on and fade, several times (what the booklet calls “pulsing”). Eventually, that brew indicator light will stay solidly lit, and then the hot water will begin to pour into your cup. When that’s done, toss that water out, and you’re ready to make your first cup of coffee. Repeat all the steps, except this time, of course, insert a coffee pod before lowering the handle.

In summation, i don’t think it takes any longer to make one cup of coffee in this new single serve keurig than it did in my larger water capacity model. Yes, you do have to put water in it each time and you do have to wait for that water to heat up … But i had to wait a longer time for more water to heat up in my big keurig. And the amount of time it takes for the coffee to pour into your cup is the same as in the larger model machine—also, the sound is about the same, not loud enough to wake anyone up in another room.

I like the extra space on my counter, and if this machine holds up as well as the other one, i think i’ll be happy with it. I do see some reviews that state their machines didn’t work after a short while … If that’s the case with this one, i’ll be writing an update on my review.

4Expert Score
Get the bigger one.

I’ve had keurig’s for years and this is definitely my least favorite one. It’s cheaply made, the red is not a nice color (matte red) and it doesn’t always work. After a few weeks it started having issues .

You start the brewing, it makes noises but then doesn’t brew. So you have to empty it again and start over.

I do not recommend this model and i would buy another one.

4Expert Score
All keurigs like to spit and splatter coffee, annoying but true

Over the years i have owned several keurigs, all of which have been the original (classic) model. They have generally lasted a long time, but i live alone and wanted the space-saving convenience of a mini model, so i purchased this one about a month ago. Fyi, the forest green model looks significantly less impressive in person; the plastic has a dull sheen that just makes it look ugly compared to the photos. But, at least the darker color hides splatters a bit better. And yeah this thing definitely splatters, but so did my older keurigs too. It’s annoying, but i expected it. Also, it motivates me to keep my countertop clean because now i have to wipe it down regularly. All in all, just be aware that it will happen and work around it. I got this mini model at a pretty good sale price that made it comparable with off-brand single-serve coffee makers, so of course i will stick with keurig when it makes financial sense. The quality is just more predictable, in my experience, than the off-brands. I do wish it would make my coffee a little hotter, but it still comes out pretty hot. It is louder than my classic keurig, so don’t expect anyone to stay asleep if they’re on your living room futon.

4Expert Score
It's a keurig!

It’s a little bit more to use then the larger ones they make however its always good to have that cup or 2 extra at the shop or in the garage.. Or even take with you on travel

4Expert Score
An odd device if you ask me. But i kind of like it.

Like most keurig machines, it is reliable and feels well built. I bought it when my mr. Coffee k-cup machine inexplicably started leaking. However, it is a bit different from other keurig & keurig compatible devices i’ve had/used. And oddly, my mr. Coffee device has mysteriously ‘healed’ itself. I don’t know if it is a product failure, or a user failure!

For one thing the keurig is significantly slower to brew. With most machines like this, you pour the water into the reservoir, put a capsule in place, push a button and it starts brewing. It heats the water as it is pushed through the device.

With this machine, you pour the water into the reservoir, put a capsule in place and push a button. At this point, the operation differs a bit from my previous experience. The water in the reservoir is emptied into an internal reservoir, where the entire amount is heated at the same time before it pushes the water through to the receiving cup.

It does add one to two minutes to the overall brew time. However, i do think the water temperature seems more consistently hot than with other devices. I suspect this is an effort to improve brew consistency.

It’s very skinny and takes up much less countertop space than my previous devices.

I got the grey color, and i’m sorry i did. The cabinet is dull and while it clearly is not cheap plastic, it does look cheap in my eyes. To be fair, when i touch the machine, it is clearly not cheap, but the visual detracts from the overall effect.

I’d buy it again, but i do think i’d have tried a different color.

4Expert Score
Nice and compact for travel.

This is a replacement unit for one that failed after one year’s use. The cause of failure is un-known- perhaps even some type of operating error. Given it doesn’t take up much space, it only holds the amount of water that you want your cup to hold- your choice from about 8-12 ounces. It’s slower than other coffee makers that are produced by the same manufacturer but is great for travel, as a backup unit and for space limited areas.

4Expert Score
Good for the money

Only con is i wish it made the coffee faster. It takes a little longer for the water to heat up than my old k-cup appliance

4Expert Score
Cord too short

The cord would not reach the outlet where i had used my previous keurig. It’s obviously designed to be used on a counter next to an outlet. I had to use an extension cord just to use it.

4Expert Score
Works well, short power cord though

I bought this keurig machine so that i could make myself coffee at work. I typically bring in a couple insulated mugs full of coffee, but unexpected long hours can having me craving a fresh cup. I work in a pottery studio, where dust is a major concern for anything that i bring in. This system is completely closed when not in use, so nothing can get inside. I just need to periodically keep it wiped down. While i’m not a big fan of the pod system and the waste it generates, it is a good option for my situation. I wouldn’t buy this for home, but for work, it convenient and clean. I fill my mug with water, dump it in the reservoir and that exact amount of coffee brews from the single cup. A 12 oz mug is an acceptable strength for my liking, not too watered down. The coffee is sufficiently hot for my liking. I haven’t measured the temperature of the water, but i don’t think it would be hot enough to make tea how i like. Probably fine temperature for a cup of ramen. The only thing that i find inconvenient about this machine is its extremely short power cord, only about 2 1/2 feet. I have to set this on a chair near an outlet to be able to reach it. Perhaps it is fine on a counter, where outlets are more close and accessible. One last note, i bought this from the warehouse at a discount and the machine is like new, just not in the original packaging.

4Expert Score
Matches my dishes

Price was great waited to buy however it takes forever to brew my non brand name one was like 30 seconds and had a resivor to hold mutiple cups of water. Does take up way less space tho and color is sublime

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