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Meet the advanced K500

A window for brewing

Pop in the cup

Carafe on tap

Lots of water

Pick a flavor

Choose the size

A bigger cup is needed

It's coffee time

The most flexible Keurig coffee machine yet, the K500 uses pre-packaged cups to brew either big carafes or small single servings.

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A large LCD screen shows brewing details.

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Like Keurig's other machines, the K500 opens up to accept pre-made coffee packets.

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The K500 comes with a carafe that holds 30 ounces of coffee.

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Inside the K500 is a large 80 ounce water reservoir.

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As part of the Keurig system, the K500 has over 250 flavors of coffees and teas at its disposal.

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Select between 2 or 30 ounces.

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To brew a whole carafe, the K500 needs to use a bigger coffee cup package.

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Here's the Keurig K500 in action.

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