The Keurig OfficePRO Premier Brewing System brews a perfect cup of coffee, tea, hot cocoa or iced beverage in under one minute at the touch of a button. Now everyone you work with can brew what they love. This fully programmable brewer has an interactive touchscreen that allows you to program the brew temperature, Auto On/Off and set your language preference to English, Spanish or French.
The OfficePRO Premier brewer has a choice of four cup sizes, offers a removable drip tray to accommodate travel mugs and a drainable internal hot water tank for transport or storage. Includes a Bonus 12 Count K-Cup variety box.
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 pods.
Note: The My K-Cup is not compatible with the Keurig OfficePRO Premier Brewing System. In addition, this brewer cannot be plumbed to a water line.
- Full color LCD touchscreen
- Adjustable brew temperature
- Programmable features such as language and clock time
- Auto On/Off feature
- Quiet Brew Technology
- Extra large 90oz. Water Reservoir
- Easily drains for transport and storage
- User Guide
- Quick Start Guide
- Descaling Instructions
J. Naeve –
I was a little skeptical at first because our previous Keurig 2.0 only lasted about 13 months (of course just after the warranty expired) but I am usually a proponent of buying “commercial” grade products for their durability – the adage of “Go big or go home” has merit! So we’re still in the honeymoon stage with this brewer at just under a week but, I find it to be much a better made product than the previous Keurig we had and it also seems to brew a little quicker too. I thought I’d address a key point that some others had complained about: [TASTE]Whenever I buy a product that use for drinking, eating, etc., I always wash it first, I’m sure nearly everyone does that. After reading that some people had a bad plastic taste in their coffee and couldn’t get rid of it, I went into this with my eyes open.Upon opening it and washing it the first time, I too smelled a strong plastic smell and having some experience with sanitation methods, these are the steps I took to eliminate this taste issue. Be prepared, it takes some time but in the end its worth it.Step 1: Fill the reservoir full of hot water leaving room to add about 3 cups of “other” liquidsStep 2: Finish filling the reservoir by adding 1/2 cup of regular bleach, [unscented!] and 2-1/2 cups of distilled white vinegar.Step 3: Let soak until water cools offStep 4: Wash the reservoir with dish soap, I prefer to use the regular Dawn soap but I suppose any will do.Step 5: Fill the reservoir 3/4 way with filtered or bottled water and add 2 cups of distilled white vinegar.Step 6: Without putting a pod into the brewer, run just the vinegar water through the system until it signals you the reservoir is empty.Step 7: Begin filling the reservoir with more filtered or bottled water and repeat step 6.Step 8: Repeat steps 6 & 7 above until you can no longer smell the vinegar in the hot water in the cup.By this time, you should have a cup of hot water that has no vinegar smell and absolutely no plastic smell.I discovered that it took about 20-25 cups to process mine, I wasn’t actually counting but figured based on how much water I poured through it.Now I’m looking forward to great coffee – as is always the first step to any good cup of coffee, the water, be sure to use filtered or bottled water as straight tap water has a lot of calcium and other things that can make coffee taste bad.Enjoy! Hope this helps others with their new machine!!
J. Naeve –
If you’re looking for a Keurig that is both quality material and impressive-looking, look no further than the K155!I’d like to start off by addressing the most common fault I’ve read in the reviews: The metallic/synthetic taste from the machine. This one is easy. First off, it’s a brand new machine, folks — straight from the factory (at least I would hope so at it’s $200+ price tag) — so this is something to be expected in its initial use. To clear this taste, follow these instructions: (1) Wash the reservoir with warm water. (2) Fill the reservoir with tap water, just below the Max line. (3) Add half cup of white wine vinegar. (4) Allow mixture to sit for up to thirty minutes. (5) Brew mixture through machine (mimic brewing several cups of coffee without adding a K-Cup). (6) When prompted to refill reservoir, refill to max line with plain tap water. (7) Brew this water completely through the machine to rid excess vinegar. (8) Now, when prompted to refill reservoir, rinse reservoir with warm tap water. (9) Refill with filtered water. (10) Enjoy your coffee (you’re welcome). Additionally, each cup of coffee brewed after this method gets better and better.There are four (4) brew volume options: 4 oz, 6 oz, 8 oz, and 10 oz. Originally, this disappointed me, but I realize after being clever and brewing, say a 16 oz cup (8 oz, twice with the same K-cup), the coffee flavor is noticeably weakened. It has become clear by my experience that, for best quality and flavor, a single K-cup should not be brewed for greater than 10 ounces. Over the long-haul, that means Keurig-brewed coffee is far more expensive than the good ol’ coffee grounds-in-filter-brewed coffee. On the grand scheme of things, however, choosing the less-expensive coffee machine means you (1) sacrifice convenience. Keurig K-cups are fast and easy, as there is no need to reach and fumble for a coffee filter, no need to measure out grounds-to-water ratio, and no need to concern yourself with heavy clean-up. You would also (2) be sacrificing the practicality of maintaining a set of different flavored coffees. If you want the different flavors of the old-fashioned method, you have to purchase several large bags of different flavors, which can lose their freshness over a short period of time. K-cups are individually packaged coffee grounds and can be purchased as an assortment of different flavors, from which you can choose to pop right into your machine and brew within seconds. The bottom line is, there is a lot of value into owning a Keurig machine, and the K155 will not disappoint.It has a large reservoir for water, which will brew around 10 cups of coffee per fill up. I haven’t found refilling to be inconvenient at all. I no longer get that “Jeez, I just filled this thing up a few hours ago” feeling I got from lesser-expensive Keurig models. It’s solid, by comparison to lesser-expensive models as well. When you add a K-cup and close the latch, you get a nice reassuring, secure and sturdy clamp-down, no longer feeling like you may break the machine. Water heats in approximately 60 seconds and can remain heated while the machine is on. Great for that quick cup of Joe on the run.The touchscreen is gorgeous. This is something that will impress you and your guests as it is very eye-catchy and responsive. A light touch is all that is needed to select your volume of brew, then simply press the large (and arguably the most satisfying) button below the screen labelled “BREW” and prepare for zen in a cup. The temperature of the water is heated PERFECTLY, the way a cup of coffee was intended. Hot, but not singe-your-taste-buds-from-your-tongue hot. Pleasantly heated with a Starbucks-level of care.This model can be installed onto your water line, which will auto-fill the machine with filtered water throughout its use. You must, however, purchase the optional $180 plumb kit for this convenience. As aforementioned, the included reservoir has not proven to be a nuisance to refill in my home thus far. Although, If I were purchasing this for my small business, I might consider investing in the plumb kit.My biggest gripe with this thing is that it is so beautiful in my kitchen, I can’t resist the urge to want to brew a cup of coffee! I’m attracted to my Keurig K155 like a fly is to light. I’m certain my coffee consumption has increased since I bought this machine!Why only 4 stars you ask? Well 5 stars would indicate perfection. This falls just shy of perfection as it does NOT guarantee me a great deal of time with it (10 or more years full replacement warranty would get it a perfect score). My true score for it would be 4.5 if I could, but that task is for Amazon to improve.
According to Keurig tech support this is not a commercial brewer. The K150-P is the model for the plumb kit. The “P” denotes “plumb” in. If you attach a plumb kit to any other model such as the K155 you void factory warranty. Had this information been revealed I would have purchased the K150-P. I’m having an issue with this K155 and Keurig will not honor warranty due to the plumb kit being attached. Amazon offers the kit for the K155 and even states it’s a “commercial” unit. Beware when ordering a plumb lit for these brewers. You can only get a kit approved unit from a authorized Keuirg dealer NOT a third party such as Amazon. I’m stuck with a two month old counter top ornament! Do your research before buying.