Keurig K475 vs K575 — do you know the differences between these two similar models?
Both are part of Keurig’s 2.0 brewing system, so that isn’t it.
Think it’s K-cup comatibility? Nope.
The K575 has to have additional functionality, right? You’d be correct, but do you know which functionality?
OK, we’ll stop the guessing game and get right to it.
Keurig pulled out all the stops when designing these top-of-the-line single serve coffee makers, and now you can be informed when picking between them.
This is The Coffee Maven’s Keurig K475 vs K575 Showdown.
There are several key differences between the K475 and K575:
Let's also look at the differences between the 4 Keurig 2.0 brewers.
Neither the Keurig K475 nor K575 come with the Keurig K-carafe, though (which is pretty annoying to be honest). I mean, why would you make a brewer with the ability to brew up to 30 oz but not give you the thing it needs to brew into?
Regardless, you have a couple of options: