Is an iCoffee Brewer Different Than a Keurig Brewer? Here’s Our Comparison…

If you’ve been researching K-Cup brewers for a while, you’ve probably come across a brewer by the name of iCoffee and now you have some questions. That’s understandable, and we got you covered!

In this post, we will talk about the iCoffee Brewer, how it works, if it’s any different than a Keurig and which should you buy.

iCoffee K-Cup Brewer – What Is It and How It Works

If you enjoy your K-Cup coffee but not entirely happy with Keurig’s K-Cup machines, the iCoffee brewer gives you an entirely new experience for brewing a K-Cup.

What makes an iCoffee Brewer special is the brewing technology. iCoffee uses a technology that they call SpinBrew.

What Is SpinBrew Technology?

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With other K-Cup Brewers (Keurig or other brands), the brewer punctures the K-cup pod with a needle, forces the water through the pod and the steeping process begins.

With iCoffee’s SpinBrew, the needle that punctures the coffee pod spins and jets steam to ensure the coffee produced is evenly extracted, hot and smooth.

iCoffee Brewer Models and How They’re Different

iCoffee has three single-serve brewers. All brewers use iCoffee’s SpinBrew technology that spins, steams and stirs coffee inside the coffee pod. They differentiate in size only.

The Opus/Mozart Dial-a-Brew Brewer:

This large 75-oz brewer is perfect for anyone who wants to really customize the size of their coffee cup. It features as easy to use dial that increases/decreases the coffee brew volume by 0.5 oz increments, allows you to brew from size 4 oz up to 12 oz. It has a removable tray for fitting in large mugs and travel mugs.

Click here to learn more about iCoffee Mozart/Opus, read the customer reviews and buy it.

DaVinci OneTouch Brew:

The OneTouch Brew also brews cup sizes from 4 oz to 12 oz, but instead of a dial that increases/decreases in increments, it has individual selection for each cup size: 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12. It has a 55 oz water reservoir, so it is smaller than the Opus/Mozart model. The OneTouch Brew also has a removable drip tray to accommodate large mugs and travel mugs.

Click here to learn more about iCoffee DaVinci, read the customer reviews and buy it.

Express Pour’n’Brew Brewer:

If you want a compact brewer, this is the model to choose. The Pour’n’Brew does not have a water reservoir, but you simply fill it up fresh for the size and strength you want to brew. It brews sizes 4 oz to 12 oz, like the other iCoffee brewers.

Click here to learn more about iCoffee Express, read the customer reviews and buy it.

So, to recap the differences:

  • The Opus/Mozart model has the largest water reservoir at 75 oz, followed by the DaVinci with 55 oz. The Express you only fill at use, so a fresh cup with every use.
  • The Opus/Mozart has a dial that allows you to increase the brew volume by 0.5oz increments, from 4 oz up to 12 oz. The DaVinci has a dedicated button for each cup size from 4 oz to 12 oz. While the Express brews whatever volume of water you fill in, no brew size selection buttons, and it brews up to 12 oz of coffee.

iCoffee vs. Keurig – How Do They Compare?

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TitleiCoffee RSS500-MOZ 72 oz Mozart Single Serve Coffee Brewer with Spin Brew Technology, Large, BlackiCoffee RSS300-DAV Davinci Single Serve Coffee Brewer with Spin Brew Technology, BlackSingle Serve Express Steam Brew Coffee Maker - RSS100EXPKeurig K55 Single Serve Programmable K-Cup Pod Coffee Maker, BlackKeurig K575 Single Serve Programmable K-Cup Coffee Maker with 12 oz brew size and hot water on demand, Platinum
FeatureFeatures Spin Brew technology which spins, steams and stirs in the cup while brewing in under a minute
One touch brewing for with dial technology from 4-12 ounces in 1/2 ounce increments
Uses ALL K-style cups including K-Cup, One Cup, Real Cup and EVERY private label cup
Energy Saver mode with Automatic Shut off
Features 72 ounce reservoir, BPA free and has a removable drip tray that accommodates larger mugs
Features Spin Brew technology which spins, steams and stirs in the cup while brewing in under a minute
One touch brewing for 4, 6, 8, 10 or 12 ounce sizes
Uses ALL K-style cups including K-Cup, One Cup, Real Cup and EVERY private label cup
Energy Saver mode with Automatic Shut off
Features 55 ounce water reservoir and a large removable drip tray that accommodates large mugs
Spin Brew Technology-Spins, steams & stirs inside the cup while brewing in under a minute
Features the exclusive iCoffee Safety Lock
Pour's Brew- Add water for 4, 6, 8 10 or 12 ounce beverage size
cup reusable brewing cup included
BPA Free unit has a removable tray for cleaning, Compact Design fits easily in your kitchen or office. Please refer the User Guide before use.
The Classic Keurig K-Cup Single Serve Coffee Maker. Includes 4 K-Cup pods and a water filter handle + 2 water filters to help your beverages taste their best
Brews multiple K-Cup Pod sizes (6, 8, 10 oz.) - the most popular K-Cup pod brew sizes. Use the 6oz brew size to achieve the strongest brew.
A large 48 oz. water reservoir allows you to brew 6+ cups before having to refill, saving you time and simplifying your morning routine. The water reservoir is removable, making it easy to refill whenever you need to.
Simple button controls make it easy to brew your favorite beverage. Just insert a pod, select your desired brew size, and brew a fresh, great-tasting cup in under a minute
Dispense hot water only by opening and closing the brewer handle (without a pod), and selecting your desired brew size. A removable drip tray at the base of the brewer catches drips and makes for easy clean-up
Auto-off: An auto-off feature is easily programmed to turn off your brewer after it has been idle for two hours, helping to save energy
The ultimate Keurig coffee maker. Includes 6 K-Cup pods and a water filter handle + 2 filters to help your beverages taste their best
A large 80oz water reservoir allows you to brew 10+ cups more before having to refill, saving you time and simplifying your morning routine. The water reservoir is removable, making it easy to refill whenever you need to, and on the K575, you can choose from several different nightlight colors to illuminate your kitchen at night.
Brews multiple K-Cup pod brew sizes (4, 6, 8, 10, 12 oz.) and brews a Carafe (22, 26, or 30oz) using K-Carafe pods, to give you more coffee when you need it (Carafe sold separately)
Strength Control: A strength control setting allows you to brew a bolder cup using any K-Cup pod brew size. Plus, five temperature settings allow you to enjoy your favorite beverage at your desired temperature
Hot Water on Demand: Press the hot water on demand button and select your desired brew size in order to dispense hot water. A removable drip tray at the base of the brewer catches drips and makes for easy clean-up
An extra-large color touch screen with a digital clock makes it easy to brew a fresh, great tasting cup in under a minute. Plus, program your brewer to turn on or off automatically at set times, so that it is ready to go when you want it, and turns off to conserve energy.
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Keurig has a wide range of K-Cup brewers available on the market. Each Keurig brewer comes with its own advantages and disadvantages. Just have a look around our website to see the variety of features you can get from Keurig brewers. But despite all that, there’s one major difference between iCoffee and Keurig Brewers, and that’s how the coffee itself is brewed:

  • iCoffee brewers use SpinBrew technology that is exclusive to them. The needle of iCoffee machine that spins, steams and stirs the coffee right inside the K-Cup. iCoffee’s SpinBrew should results in a coffee cup that is hotter and more flavorful due to the even saturates of the coffee ground and steaming of the pod.
  • Keurig’s brewer, like most single-serve coffee brewers, simply pushes water through the K-Cup pod.

On the other hand, there are some things going on for Keurig brewers, too. Especially if we look at Keurig’s 2.0 brewers:

  • Keurig 2.0 can brew single cups up to 18 oz (depending on the model). But all of them can brew up to 12 oz and can brew a full 4 cup carafe. So with a Keurig 2.0, you get a single serve brewer and a carafe brewer.

What Type of K-Cup Pods Do iCoffee and Keurig Brew

    • iCoffee promises to brew any type of K-Cup compatible pods. That includes Keurig’s K-Cups, RealCups, Private label cups and their own refillable pod that allows you to use your own coffee ground.
    • Keurig brewers will brew K-Cup pods from any brand. They also allow you to use refillable pods to use your own coffee ground.

Keurig 2.0 brewers, on the other hand, will only brew K-Cups that are labeled for them. They have a range of pod sizes that are not available for older Keurig brewers:

  • K-Cups that will brew sizes up to 12 oz.
  • K-Mug pod for cups 16 oz to 18 oz.
  • K-Carafe pods for carafe brewing.

These pods include different measurements of coffee ground that correspond to the size you’re brewing, so your cup is never diluted.

Other Comparisons To Consider

Video Reviews

Review of Keurig K575:

Review of iCoffee Mozart/Opus:

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