Keurig K55 vs K250 — do you know the differences between these two models?
Keurig has over 50 different coffee maker models.
A lot of them are almost the same.
(Maybe 1 or 2 small differences.)
That’s not the case here.
The K55 and K250 are very different.
We highlight the 8 key differences between these two models. Do you know what they are?
This is The Coffee Maven’s Keurig K55 vs K250 Showdown.
These are both very different brewers. There are 8 key differences between them:
Here’s the take-home message: The Keurig K55 is a more basic model that brews simple Keurig K-cups and doesn’t have the more advanced (but more restrictive) Keurig 2.0 pod scanning technology. The K250 is more advanced and has more functionality, including the ability to brew up to 30 oz carafe portions.
Note: The K250 doesn’t come with the carafe, which must be purchased separately.
Choose the K55 if you only care about pod coffee convenience for an extremely affordable price.
Choose the K250 if you want the flexibility to brew larger than 10 oz single servings and enjoy the additional functionality (e.g. strength control and touch display) that comes with this more advanced model.