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A close-up of the Keurig K75.
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The K75 is one good looking coffee maker.
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Adding your favorite K-Cup is a breeze.
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Keurig's K75 easily accommodates a mug or you can remove the drip tray to fit a taller drink holder.
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There are an assortment of K-Cups you can enjoy with this brewing system.
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The various parts that make up this Keurig.
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Just press "Brew" and you're nearly there.
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A K-Cup ready for brewing.
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A box of K-Cups.
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Another view of the K75.
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Coffee connoisseurs might be underwhelmed by this Keurig's brews.
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The plastic construction is not as durable as we'd like.
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