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Keurig Special Edition B60 Prices, Specifications and Reviews

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  The Keurig Special Edition B60 is a best-selling single-cup pod coffee maker. With a programmable LED screen, it creates single-serve cups of coffee in three sizes (6oz-10oz) and can also accommodate a travel mug. The pre-filled K-cups that the machine uses are sold in varying quantities, but generally cost less than $1 per cup and come filled with coffee, cocoa, tea or cider. Customers are not restricted to pre-filled K-cup selections, reusable K-cups can be filled with personal blends. The model also has a removable water tank for easy filling and cleaning; with a 48oz capacity it can make up to eight cups before needing a refill.


(Prices as of 01/31/2013)
Keurig Special Edition B60 Source
$150Bed Bath and Beyond
$150Best Buy

Additional Costs:

$0.60-$0.80Individual pods
$26-$35K-cup carousel
$10-$15Reusable K-cup


DimensionsHeight: 13"
Width: 9.8"
Depth: 13.3"
Weight12 lbs.
ColorsBlack/stainless steel
Water Level IndicatorYes
Water Tank Capacity48 oz
Cup Brewing Capacity1 cup
Built In GrinderNo
Keep WarmNo
Water FilterNo
Auto Shut-OffYes
Multi-Pod CapabilityNo
Height-Adjusted Drip TrayYes
Other FeaturesProgrammable water temperature
Lighted LED panel
Can accommodate travel mugs
Warranty1 year

The manufacturer's information about this product is available at Keurig.

What People Are Saying:

Although the Keurig Special Edition B60 coffeemaker was not rated by Consumer Reports, it was the No. 1 top-selling coffee machine at Target and Best Buy (Nov. 2011). Most customers who purchased the model said they were happy with the purchase. Several user reviews called it the "best coffee maker ever," but others were frustrated with models that stopped working after a few months. But, users who dealt with the customer service universally commended the company's speedy replacement service and friendly operators. On Amazon, customers were especially pleased with the purchase, with nearly 700 of the 1,200 posted reviews given 5 stars.