Keurig K-Duo Brewer
The Keurig K-Duo (5100) is a new innovative coffee maker which combines the best of K-Cups and ground coffee. This machine allows you to brew either a single cup from K-Cup pods, or you can brew an entire carafe using your own ground coffee and paper coffee filters. Includes a 12-cup glass carafe and built-in heating plate. Also available in these models: K-Duo Plus (5200), K-Duo Essentials (5000), and K-Duo Special Edition (5300).
Does the Keurig K-Duo have a water filter?
Yes, the Keurig K-Duo brewer fits the Short Handle Water Filter Holder. This accessory houses the charcoal water filter, which is then placed inside the KDuo’s water tank reservoir located behind the brewer. This starter kit attachment is also compatible with the Keurig K-Duo Essentials (5000), K-Duo (5100), K-Duo Plus (5200), and K-Duo Special Edition models.
What reusable coffee filter fits the K-Duo?
The K-Duo coffee machine is compatible with the My K-Cup Universal Reusable Coffee Filter. You can use this accessory to brew your own coffee in the K-Duo coffee machine as if you were using a K-Cup pod. This coffee filter is refillable and you can use it to refill your own ground coffee. This accessory also works with the K-Duo Essentials (5000), K-Duo (5100), K-Duo Plus (5200), and K-Duo Special Edition coffee maker models.
What water filter fits the K-Duo brewer?
The Keurig K-Duo brewer uses these Charcoal Water Filter Cartridges. These charcoal filters are designed to be installed inside a water filter holder, which is placed inside the K-Duo’s rear water tank reservoir. Be sure to change your water filter about every 2 months. These filters also fit the K-Duo Essentials (5000), K-Duo (5100), K-Duo Plus (5200), and K-Duo Special Edition brewer models.
Keurig K-Duo vs. K-Duo Essentials Brewer Differences
The difference between the Keurig K-Duo (5100) brewer and the K-Duo Essentials (5000) model is that Essentials coffee maker does not brew dripped coffee. Also, the K-Duo brews an extra 6 ounce cup size, whereas the Essentials version only brews 8, 10 & 12 ounce cups. Finally, the K-Duo has a High Altitude Setting, whereas the K-Duo Essentials does not.
Keurig K-Duo vs. K-Duo Special Edition Brewer Differences
The difference between the Keurig K-Duo and the K-Duo Special Edition brewers is that the Special Edition is Silver color while the K-Dup is black. Additionally, the KDuo Special Edition coffee machine has a metallic handle on its glass carafe.