Ok, what is the difference between K79 and K79/A? I can find nothing with the added /A on the site or anywhere. By reading the little bit of info here, it seems the K79/A does not have hot water on demand and the K79 does. But that could be just a lack of provided info. Anyone know anything more?
One thing that confounds many Keurig shoppers is the “K” and “B” designation that prefaces model numbers. If you are perplexed about this, fret no more!
When you are looking for a Keurig coffee maker, you will notice that the model numbers vary. Some begin with a K, and others begin with a B. The numbers themselves may be identical from one machine to another (e.g. K10 and b10). When you see this, do not be disconcerted.
The machine is exactly the same. The letters are distribution designations.
Sometimes the numbers may even differ slightly, but the machine may still be the same. When making your choice, simply keep in mind that you should pay close attention to the features and not be overly concerned with the model numbers.
Look at the picture. You can zoom in. There is a Rinse button and a Hot Water button. This DOES dispense Hot Water.
Anybody know if these are the machines with the DRM?
Sifting through some Keurig info on the Mothership’s site, it appears the water reservoir for the B70 is 60 oz., and 72 oz of the K70. The reservoir lid is different also - B70’s is solid, and hinged for the K70, for easier refilling.
Per the vendor, they do not. You would be able to use non Keurig K-Cups.
I’ve got a K75 Platinum Pro
The K79/A looks like an upgrade, being identical, with the added purge and hot water dispenser buttons.
Can this be confirmed?
Does this come with the water filter?
is this the old version or new version?
meaning the old version you can use your own K-cups and coffee the new version has some sort of rfid chip that doesnt allow it to run if you use pods that do not have the same tech
As noted earlier, these do not have DRM. You an use any K-cup.