Best Keurig Brewers for Offices

Best Keurig Brewers for Offices

I’ve spent countless hours doing research on the dozens of different types and models of Keurig coffee brewers out there. After analyzing the data and weighing the pros and cons, I’ve decided to share this article on my top 5 picks for the best Keurig brewers for office use.

Here are the best Keurig brewers to use at your office or workplace:

Keurig K155 OfficePro Premier Commercial Coffee Brewer

Best for medium-large offices

  • Cup Sizes: 4 (4, 6, 8, and 10 ounces)
  • Water Reservoir: 90 Ounce Capacity (large)
  • Dimensions: 13.9″ H x 10.4″ W x 14″ D
  • Power: 1400 watts, 120VAC

Pros

  • Fully programmable, large color touch screen
  • Direct water line plumb capable
  • Auto On/Off feature
  • Holds up well with constant use
  • NSF certified for use in food service

Cons

  • Doesn’t offer the larger 12 ounce brew size

Keurig K-Elite Coffee Brewer

Best for small offices

  • Cup Sizes: 5 (4, 6, 8, 10, and 12 ounces)
  • Water Reservoir: 75 Ounce Capacity (medium) Allows you to brew 8 cups before having to refill
  • Dimensions: 13.1″ H x 9.9″ W x 12.7″ D
  • Weight: 8 lbs (without water)
  • Power: 1400 watts, 120VAC

Pros

  • The newest model of them all
  • Comes in 3 colors to match your office decor
  • Strong Brew technology
  • Iced beverage setting

Cons

  • Small, non-touch display screen
  • Smallest water reservoir of them all (75 ounces)
  • Not direct water line plumb capable

Keurig K1500 Commercial Coffee Brewer

Best for small-medium offices

  • Cup Sizes: 4 (6, 8, 10, and 12 ounces)
  • Water Reservoir: 96 Ounce Capacity (Extra large)
  • Dimensions: 12.35″ H x 10.25″ W x 12.1″ D
  • Weight: 10.2 lbs (without water)
  • Power: 1400 watts, 120VAC

Pros

  • Largest water reservoir of all of them (96 ounces)
  • Strong brew technology

Cons

  • Not direct water line plumb capable
  • Not NSF Certified for use in food service
  • No touch screen

Keurig K150 Coffee Brewer

Best overall

  • Cup Sizes: 5 (4, 6, 8, 10, and 12 ounces)
  • Water Reservoir: 90 Ounce Capacity (large)
  • Dimensions: 13.9″ H x 10.4″ W x 14″ D
  • Weight: 18 lbs (without water)
  • Power: 1400 watts, 120VAC

Pros

  • Fully programmable, large color touch screen
  • Direct water line plumbing capable
  • Holds up well with constant use
  • NSF certified for use in food service

Cons

  • No “Strong Brew” technology

This Keurig brewer model goes by many names, such as the K150, B150, K150P, and B150P. This might sound quite confusing at first, and probably leaves many people wondering what the differences, if any, are between these brewer models.

Here’s the answers to those questions:

Q: What is the difference between the Keurig K150 and B150?

A: The B150 was originally intended to be denoted “B” for business, and marketed towards the business channel, whereas the K150 was distributed into the home consumer market. Despite this, there are virtually no observable differences between the two apart from the different letters contained in the model number.

Q: What is the difference between the K150 and K150P, or B150 and B150P?

A: The “P” at the end of the model numbers K150P and B150P denotes a “plumbed” version of the brewer. It indicates that the brewer comes pre-installed with a Keurig Direct Water Line Plumb Kit.  The Plumb Kit allows you to easily connect your brewer to your office’s water supply, so that the water reservoir automatically fills with water after each brew, without the need for you to refill the water tank.

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