Which Keurig 2.0 model do I have?

Which Keurig 2.0 model do I have?

Each Keurig coffee maker has a serial number that tells you exactly which model you own. The serial number should be in one of three places: Behind the water reservoir (visible once removed) Behind the drip tray.

When did Keurig 2.0 release?

2014
In the fall of 2014, Keurig Green Mountain introduced the Keurig 2.0 brewer, with technology to prevent old or unlicensed pods being used in the brewer.

How long does a Keurig last?

between 3-5 years
Keurigs last longer than most other automatic coffee makers but also cost more. Broadly speaking, you can expect to get between 3-5 years from your Keurig, assuming you maintain and clean it regularly. If you want the most bang for your buck, you should consider going with a manual brewer instead.

How long should a Keurig 2.0 last?

Broadly speaking, you can expect to get between 3-5 years from your Keurig, assuming you maintain and clean it regularly. If you want the most bang for your buck, you should consider going with a manual brewer instead.

What is a Keurig K550?

I received the flagship K550, which Keurig describes as: “The brewer has other great features including an extra large 80 ounce water reservoir, 2.8 inch color touch display, programmable clock, an auto brew option and a strength control setting for brewing bolder coffee.

Can I use any K-Cups with my Keurig?

Just make sure you buy fresh boxes of K-Cups that say they can be used with the Keurig 2.0 line of brewers or just check to make sure they have the white ring around the foil top. You’ll be able to brew anything you want from the hundreds of new packs mentioned by the warning message.

How many types of coffee are there in a Keurig?

Choose from more than 500 varieties of coffee, tea, specialty beverages, and even iced beverages — from over 75 brands you know and love. Just look for the Keurig logo on your favorite varieties of K-Cup and K-Carafe pods.

How much does a Keurig water filter cost?

Purchased separately, the 2.0 Water Filter Starter Kit has an MSRP of $18 and comes with two filters; a box of six replacement filters has an MSRP of $25. Keurig recommends changing the filter every 2 months.