In This Post:
- Features of Keurig K15
- Keurig K15 Comparisons: K10 Mini, K55 & K50, K250
- Keurig K Mini vs. K Mini Plus, What’s The Difference?
- Video Reviews
The Keurig K15 is the smallest, most compact Keurig brewer available. It’s a simple no-fuss brewer that gives you coffee with a single touch of a button. If you’re looking for a Keurig for a single user, either for home or office use, or even for a student in a dorm, this is the machine to pick.
Features of the Keurig K15:
- The most compact Keurig brewer.
- Brews cup sizes 6, 8 and 10 oz.
- No water reservoir, just fill up the water tank with the desired amount to brew. Markings for each cup size are available on the inside of the tank.
- One button machine, hit the Brew button and the machine will brew you a cup of coffee in under two minutes.
- Removable drip tray allows you to fit a travel mug.
- Compatible with My K-Cup reusable filter (sold separately).
What Pods Are Compatible with Keurig K15?
The Keurig K15 will work with any K-Cup pods from all available brands. It can brew coffee, tea, hot chocolate or any other drinks available as K-Cups.
Does The Keurig K15 Have a Water Filter?
No, it doesn’t. We highly recommend that you use filtered water when brewing coffee for the best results.
Keurig K15 Comparisons:
K Mini vs. K Mini Plus:
K Mini Plus is the newly updated version of K-Mini (K15). At first glance, you can see that the design has been completely revamped to a more sleek and modern look. But of course, that’s not all.
- K-Mini Plus is more space saving. It is 5″ wide, compared to K-Mini’s 7.5″ width. However, it is taller at 16.8″ when the reservoir lid is open. (and there’s a reason for that, just keep reading).
- It brews four cup sizes instead of three. K Mini Plus brews 6, 8, 10 and 12 oz. There’s no buttons for size selection, you simply have to fill the water reservoir up to the size you want to brew.
- It has a Strong Brew option where it can steep your coffee longer for a bolder brew.
- Finally, it can accommodate travel mugs up to 7″ tall (which is why the machine is taller).
- It has pod storage, it can hold up to 9 K-Cup pods. This is something totally new in a Keurig machine.
- The reservoir on the K-Mini Plus is removable, which makes it easier to refill.
K-Mini Plus is compatible with all Keurig K-Cup pods, including non-branded pods and refillable filters. It is available in different colors.
Keurig K15 vs. K10 Mini:
These two are the exact same model. The K10 Mini has been discontinued by Keurig and replaced with the K15. The K15 might have some new updated hardware or software for it to perform better, but both machines still operate pretty much the same way. They’re the same capacity, size and features, but obviously, you’ll have to buy the K15 and not the K10 (even if it’s available for sale), as there’s no point of buying a discontinued product.
Keurig K15 vs. K55 & K50:
The K55 model is larger than the K15, so it makes a better choice for more than one user, or for someone who wants a reservoir (48 oz) that keeps more water (instead of refiling for every use).
The K55 brews the same cup sizes as the K15, 6, 8 and 10 oz. But it has a dedicated button for each cup size. It also has more light indicators for water level, descaling and heating. It is compatible with the same K-Cup pods as the K15, it works with the same My K-Cup refillable pod as well. You can read our review and comparisons of the Keurig K55 here.
Keurig K15 vs. K250:
The K250 is a Keurig 2.0 brewer, so that immediately unlocks features that the K15 doesn’t have at all. Keurig 2.0 brews can brew a lot more cup sizes as well as carafe sizes, and they use pods like K-Cups, K-Mugs and K-Carafes.
- Cup sizes: 4, 6, 8 and 10 oz
- K-Mug sizes: 12, 14 and 16 oz.
- K-Carafe sizes: 22, 26 and 30 oz.
The K250 has a 40 oz water reservoir and has an option for strength control, so you can enjoy your drink regular or bold. Also, it has a black and white touch screen display that makes it very easy to customize your drinks.
The Keurig K250, like other Keurig 2.0 brewers, is only compatible with pods labeled for Keurig 2.0 brewers.
Watch The Keurig K15 In Action:
Comparison Between Keurig K15 and K55:
Review of the Keurig K15: