Keurig Platinum B70
Price range:
$131.00 - $360.99
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Summary: This Keurig single-serve coffeemaker has:
  • a removable reservoir.
  • a height-adjustable drip tray.
  • auto-off.
  • programmablity.
  • It uses K-Cup packs.
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Type: Single-serve coffeemakers
About - Keurig Platinum B70

The Keurig Platinum B70 is part of the coffeemaker test program at Consumer Reports. In our lab tests, pod coffeemaker models like the Platinum B70 are rated on multiple criteria, such as those listed below.

First-cup speed:
Indicates how quickly the machine produces the first cup of coffee. This also includes the time required to heat any internal water reservoir from room temperature.

Repeat speed:
Reflects how quickly the machine produces a second cup.

Temperature consistency:
Reflects how closely the second cup matches the first cup in temperature.
Features & Specs - Keurig Platinum B70
info Can use two pods at a time No
info Dimensions H x W x D (in.) 13 x 9 x 14
info Average coffee temperature (°F) 185
info Maximum mug height (in.) 7.00
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User Reviews - Keurig Platinum B70
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Not enough durability for money spent
Easy To Use
Multiple Settings
Pricey / Poor Value
Best Uses
They only last between 1 to 2 years. My first one went out after 13 months. They did send me a new one but it quit on me after 2 years. They need to last longer for the money you spend.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
Not too shabby
Easy To Use
Multiple Settings
Weak Coffee And Tea
Best Uses
Not terrible, but not that great either. Meh. It's works alright, but it's also very slow. It takes ages to reset for the next cup. That really needs to be fixed. Other than that, I've had no issues with it. Just always remember to use filtered water in the reservoir, and you'll be set. The coffee is pretty darned weak, though. Don't use it for tea. You will get the poorest excuse for a brewed cup of tea I've ever seen. Use it for hot water and then add a tea bag.
How long have you owned it:
More than six months
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
Poor quality brew, defective
Best Uses
We got one as a gift. The coffee strength is very weak. The overall cost is much higher than drip systems. Coffee quality is much lower than grind-your-own with much fewer choices.<br /><br />Ours broke after ~2 months of use. Google keurig prime for the apparently very common problem. We will be returning it.
How long have you owned it:
One-to-three months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
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