Keurig B150 vs B155: What’s the Difference?

What’s the Difference Between the Keurig B150 and B155?

The Keurig B150 offers one more brew cup size than the Keurig B155. The B150 allows you to brew 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12 ounce brew sizes, whereas the B155 only allows you to brew 4, 6, 8, and 10 ounce cups. Despite this small difference, the B155 and B150 brewers are virtually identical in terms of appearance, features, and functionality. In fact, both coffee makers come with a large 90 ounce water reservoir and color touch screen. They are fully programmable, NSF certified for use in food service, and best of all- the B150 and B155 brewers are both direct water line plumb kit compatible.


Questions or Comments?

  1. Theresa

    the brewer leaks from bottom when i put all back together

    1. John

      Hi Theresa, this issue could be due to a problem with the water reservoir, the filter kit fittings, or the K150/B150 brewer’s internals. First turn off your water supply and make sure all the water lines are pushed COMPLETELY into their connector fittings. If this doesn’t fix the leak, try removing the plumb kit reservoir and reinstalling, ensuring that it is all the way in the base and fits snugly. If it’s still leaking after this, do a more thorough inspection to figure out where exactly you think the leak is coming from. Does it still leak when the plumb kit is disconnected? This could indicate an issue with the O-Ring seal in your brewer, which could be broken or loose, resulting in water leaking from the bottom of your K150 or B150.

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