Keurig K150 vs K155 — do you know the differences between these two similar models?
Both the K150 and K155 are part of Keurig’s commercial product line: the OfficePRO series.
They featuring a simple one-button brewing system, a colorful user interface and even bi-lingual compatibility.
Neither is My K-Cup compatible.
And I’d actually like to take a second to point out a nuance here. There are actually 3 different models of OfficePRO brewers:
That “P” is actually what makes the biggest difference.
Do you know what that difference is?
This is The Coffee Maven’s Keurig K150 vs K155 Showdown.
There's only one difference between the K150 and K155: The K150 offers a larger 12 oz max brew size.
Other than that, the K150 and K155 are the same brewer.
Neither is compatible with direct water line plumbing. You need the K150P for that.
All three models have impressive 90 oz water reservoirs, which are good for about 7-14 servings (depending on the brew size).
For some business or office break rooms, the reservoir alone might be sufficient.
For settings with higher throughput, re-filling the reservoir so frequently may be challenging. Keurig makes models which offer direct water line plumbing:
The K150/K150P/K155 is generally the much more affordable option for break rooms, cafes, lounges, or other commercial areas.