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The K250 is the smallest machine in the line of Keurig 2.0 models. The Keurig 2.0 offers an extended number of cup size options, in addition to 3 carafe brew sizes, that other Keurig brewers don’t have. This is in addition to its advanced control panel that makes it easier to program and control.
Features of the Keurig K250:
- Slim in size, the smallest in the Keurig 2.0 range.
- 40 oz water reservoir.
- Brews the follow cup sizes: K-Cup sizes: 4, 6, 8 and 10 oz. K-Mug sizes: 12, 14, 16 oz. K-Carafe sizes: 22, 26 and 30 oz.
- Touchscreen black and white LCD display
- Choose your brew’s strength: regular or strong.
- Available in different colors.
- Compatible with Keurig 2.0 My K-Cup refillable filter, which allows you to brew your own coffee ground. (sold separately)
Keurig K250 Pod Compatibility:
Any Keurig 2.0 K-Cup, K-Mug and K-Carafe pods can work with the K250 brewer. However, K-Cups must be labelled as compatible for 2.0 brewers.
Keurig K250 Comparisons:
Is The Keurig K250 The Same As K200? What’s The Difference?
Technically, the K250 and K200 are exactly the same machine. Keurig first released the model K200, but now has discontinued it and released the K250 instead. The K250 has a water filtration kit that did not come with the K200 before, so that’s a great extra accessory to include with the machine.
Keurig K250 vs. K475:
The K475 is second in line, right after the K250. Both brew the same cup and carafe sizes, but the K475 has these additional features:
- It has a larger color touch screen display.
- It has a larger 70 oz water reservoir
And this is the most important features: in addition to strength control, it has temperature control! It allows you to choose from 5 temperature settings so you can brew a cup that is truly customized to your taste.
Keurig K250 vs. K55:
The K55 is not a Keurig 2.0 brewer, so unlike the K250, it has limited cup sizes and does NOT brew a carafe.
The Keurig K55 has a larger water reservoir than the K250, with 48 oz capacity, you can brew multiple cups before you need to refill it. However, it can only brew cup sizes 6, 8 and 10 oz. There’s no programmability to the K55, no strength or temperature control or any other drink customization. The K55 can brew K-Cup pods and it is compatible with K-Cup refillable pod.
Read our review and comparisons of the Keurig K55 here.
Keurig K250 vs. K15:
The K15 is a mini brewer. Unlike other Keurig brewers, it doesn’t have a reservoir. Instead, you simply add a fresh cup of water every time you want to brew a cup. There are marked lines in the tank that will indicate how much water to fill for each cup size. It brews cup sizes: 6, 8 and 10 oz. The K15 is as simple as that. Push a button and it will brew you a perfect cup in under 2 minutes.
Click here to read our review and comparisons of the Keurig K15.
How To Setup and Use Keurig K250:
Using My K-Cup refillable Filter with Keurig K250: