Keurig K-select is one of the most crowd favorites which provides a fast and delicious cup of joe, with a friendly price tag. It suits any type of K-Cup and brews various servings. But it has a slimmer build, larger water tank, and straightforward user interface. It also comes with a water filter, a 6-counts of K-Cup package, and a filter handle. So no extra spending for your first few batches.
Our Keurig K-Select review will discuss how it is perfect for busy beavers, novice coffee drinkers, and typical households. Stay with our Keurig K Select review to learn in detail.
- WHAT'S IN THE BOX: 1 water filter handle, and 1 filter to help ensure your beverages taste their absolute best
- BREWS MULTIPLE CUP SIZES: (6, 8, 10, 12 oz.). Enjoy the most popular cup sizes all with quiet brew technology, minimizing noise during use
- STRONG BREW: Kicks up your coffee’s strength and intensity
- LARGE 52 Oz. WATER RESERVOIR: Allows you to brew 5 cups before having to refill, saving you time and simplifying your morning routine. Removable reservoir makes refilling easy
- SIMPLE BUTTON CONTROLS: Just insert a pod, select your desired cup brew size, and get fast & fresh brewed, delicious coffee in minutes
Keurig K Select Review: Key Features
Cup Sizes And Large Water Reservoir
No matter what your most liked coffee cup size is, the K-Select is versatile enough to meet your cravings. You can select from 4 different cup sizes from 6oz to 12oz. And with a big 52-ounce water tank, there’s no rush to refill the coffee machine after 2-3 cups of brewing.
Strong Brew Setting
While the K-Select may lack some of the more interesting traits of other more sophisticated models such as the “Iced” button or the temperature control mode, it has some bonus to offer also. One of its most favorite attributes is the “Strong Brew” mode. It can give an extra kick to your coffee, no matter what size you brew.
Removable Drip Tray
The drip tray is detachable which lets you fit in a travel mug or thermos cup maximum of 7.4″ tall. So perfect for brewing a quick coffee for your commute.
Easy To Use
Keurig K Select coffee makers are well known to be user-friendly. The K-Select is not an exception to this case. The operation is self-explanatory and intuitive. All you need to do is select a cup size, put in a K Cup in and you will have your cup of joe ready in 60 seconds with a push of a button.
Less Than 1 Minute Brew Time
If people in your household waiting to satisfy their caffeine thirst in the morning, you will love that it takes less than 60 seconds for this machine to heat up and be prepared to brew another cup of coffee making K-Select perfect for those looking for a fast coffee maker.
Savvy Programmable Functions
This model offers quiet brew technology. Hence makes it less noisy than many single-serve and other Keurig machines. It features helpful “Descale” and “Add water” indicators and the machine shuts down automatically after an inactivity of two hours. Making this coffee machine more sustainable as well as energy-efficient.
This single serve coffee maker is compatible with a wide variety of K Cups, branded as well as non-branded too. We would advise investing in reusable K Cups. So that, you would be able to use ground coffee. Additionally, it’s good for the environment by eliminating the wastage from using single-use K Cups.
Even though it uses 15 bars of pressure, this machine will never be able to draw out a similar-quality coffee to a robust concentrated shot of espresso. But if you’re love drinking drip coffee, the K-Select’s quality will be a good one for you.
Keurig Select Review : Pros & Cons
- Big water tank.
- K-cup variance.
- Front-cost is low.
- Fast coffee maker.
- Strong brew feature.
- Good tasting coffee quality.
- Energy-saving through Auto-off.
- Descale and add-water reminder lights.
- Straightforward buttons and user interface.
- Not compatible with ground coffee.
- Doesn’t come with a silent operation mode.
- Lacks advanced tech features like iced brewing mode and digital timer.
How To Use
Before You Brew
Step – 1: Remove the packing tapes. Plug it into a grounded outlet. Place a large mug (12oz. minimum-size) on the drip tray plate.
Step – 2: Remove the water tank lid. Remove the reservoir and install the Keurig Water Filter into the tank (read Filter Starter Kit for more). Rinse the tank with freshwater. Fill it to the MAX fill line. Replace the water reservoir. Make sure the lock tab engages with your brewer. Finally, replace the lid.
Step – 3: Press the power button. The green power light and Auto-Off light will be illuminated. The Keurig K Select coffee maker will automatically start heating up the water. This will take around 3 minutes. Once the heating sound halts, your brewer is set.
Step – 4: Lift and lower the handle while do not install a pod. The brew buttons along with the Strong brew button will be blinking. Press the small cup button. It will start a cleansing brew. Pour the hot water into your sink. The one-time process is now done and you are ready to brew coffee for real!
Brewing The 1st Cup
Step – 1: Place a cup/mug on the drip tray plate. For a travel mug, remove the drip tray to place the mug under the drip tray base.
Step – 2: Lift the handle and place a K-Cup pod in the pod holder. Lower the handle fully to close the cap. Don’t remove the foil lid on the pod.
Step – 3: Select your brew size. For a bolder taste, press the Strong brew button before choosing your brew size. If selected, the brew size and Strong button, will remain illuminated for about 1 minute while brewing. Your brewer will be set to make another cup in about a minute.
Caring keurig k select coffee maker
Regular cleaning keeps a brewer running fluidly. Always make sure to shut down and unplug the brewer before cleaning. Worth to mention thus we have a detailed article on “How to reset and troubleshoot a Keurig coffee maker”. Follow this link to find out!
Keep your Keurig K Select coffee maker looking best by cleaning the exterior every now and then. Clean with a link-free, damp, soapy, non-abrasive fabric. Never soak the brewer in water or any other liquids.
Water Reservoir And Reservoir Lid
The water tank lid and water tank should be cleaned routinely. Clean in a dishwasher if needed (top rack only) or do hand wash. To hand-wash, use a soapy, damp, non-abrasive fabric. Rinse your reservoir fully after cleaning to wipe-off cleaning solutions as they can contaminate the water. Avoid drying the inside with a piece of fabric as lint may remain.
NOTE: If you are using a filter inside the water tank, detach it before cleaning.
The drip tray can contain up to 8 ounces of overflow. It should be emptied out and cleaned. To remove, slide it towards you. Keeping it level to avert spilling. Clean in (top rack only) dishwasher or rinse and clean with a non-abrasive, soapy, damp, lint-free cloth.
No Keurig Select review is good enough without mentioning descaling process. Allocate about 45 minutes for the descaling process. Empty out the water from the water tank. If using a Keurig water filter, detach and set aside.
STEP 1: Descaling Solution Rinse
Power the brewer off. Pour the whole bottle of descaling solution into the emptied reservoir. Then fill the emptied bottle with water and pour into the tank. Power it back on. Set a large mug on the drip tray. Run a rinsing brew. Note: select the largest brew-size.
STEP 2: Descaling Rinse And Repeat
Stop repeating the rinsing brew when add water lights up. Keep the brewer idle for 30 minutes (power on). After that, discard any residual solution from the tank and rinse completely.
STEP 3: Fresh Water Rinse
Fill the water tank with fresh water but not over the MAX fill line. Set a large mug on the drip tray plate. Run a rinsing brew with largest brew-size. Do not use a pod. Throw out the contents into the sink. Keep repeating at least 12 rinsing brews. You may require to refill the water tank meanwhile.
What Users And Critics Are Saying
- Critics and users both applauded the price, consistency, convenience, and speed.
- On a budget yet user-friendly intuitive interface was one of the highlights for the customers.
- Users are happy with the removable drip tray for a large travel mug and make cleaning easy too.
- Critics highlighted this machine’s different cup sizes, strong brew, and large 52-ounce water reservoir.
- Overall, the Keurig K Select coffee maker’s decent customizability, and good aesthete made the Keurig fans happy altogether.
Is Keurig K-Select Good?
If you’re searching for a simple, no-fuss Keurig brewer, this is it! It comes with the best parts of Keurig’s 2.0 brewers. Keurig K Select single serve coffee maker reviews emphasized the fastness and quietness of the machine with a large water tank, and very compact.
Does The Keurig K-Select Use Regular K-Cups?
Unfortunately, there is not one Keurig model that does it all. All Keurig Classic Series machines, including the K-Select brewer, only brew K-Cup pods.
Does The Keurig K-Select Have A Water Filter?
Yes. Keurig already gives one with your package. And you can buy it later if you need one from Keurig.
The user-friendly interface and convenience are the main selling points for Keurig machines. With a Keurig K-Select coffee maker, there’s no requirement to get your hands dirty. Your single-serve K Cup can have your coffee ready in less than 60 seconds. The K-Select is a coffee maker that won’t hurt your pocket, and hopefully, our Keurig K-Select review has made it clear whether it’s the right fit for you.