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Keurig K475 Vs. K575: Which One is Better?

Keurig K475 Vs. K575

The current coffee maker market is full of some amazing products, and there is something for everyone out there. One brand that seems to provide countless options when it comes to different kinds of coffee makers is Keurig.

Keurig has a reputation of making some high-quality, feature-rich and easy to use machines that makes some amazing coffee. But, many coffee lovers often find it hard to choose between their different coffee makers, and one decision that many will struggle with is picking between the Keurig K475 and Keurig K575

What confuses many potential buyers is that the two coffee makers will look pretty much the same and they share many similar features. But, these are quite different machines, and here we highlight the pros and cons of each and also explain their main differences.

Keurig K475 Overview

Keurig K475

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Both the Keurig K475 and K575 are from the popular Keurig 2.0 series which is one of the brand's most successful lines of coffee makers, and so regardless of what you choose you still get a top-quality product.

However, the K475 came out first and has been in the market much longer than the K575 which means that it has been used and tested much longer, which makes it also slightly more widely available.

What many users will love most about it is that it is more affordable despite having pretty much the same features as the K575. Also, this coffee maker uses a 70-ounce water reservoir that allows you to make several cups before refilling.

With the Keurig 475 you get up to 9 different brew sizes, and so you can make as much coffee as you like, and it also includes multiple temperature settings and brew strengths which allows you to further customize your brew.

Overall, brewing is also much faster with this machine when compared to other models from different brands out there. And because both the reservoir and drip tray are removable, cleanup should be easier.

What some coffee makers might not like, and this is more so when comparing it to the K575 is that it has a smaller reservoir, can be quite noisy when brewing and that it does not provide hot water on demand.


  • Relatively more affordable
  • Detachable reservoir and drip tray for easy cleaning
  • Multiple temperature settings
  • Fast single cup and full carafe brewing
  • Easy coffee strength control


  • Comes with a smaller water reservoir
  • Can be quite noisy when brewing
  • Carafe not included

Keurig K575 Overview

Keurig K575

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Being a Keurig 2.0 series coffee maker, one can rightfully expect nothing short of top-notch service from the Keurig K575. The good news is that it does not disappoint as it is an amazing machine in both the performance and quality of coffee that it makes.

With the larger water reservoir, you can make a cup after cup without having to refill. Better yet, this machine will also provide hot water on demand something that you will not enjoy when using the Keurig K575.

This coffee maker also offers you all the other features that you would get on the K475 from the simple and easy-to-use touchscreen to the automatic on and off function. Also, you will get relatively faster brewing whether you are making a single cup or a full carafe.

To make the coffee maker even more convenient, it will also include a nice storage drawer for your K-Cups and a nightlight which many coffee lovers will find highly useful.

But, the few extra features that the K575 has over the K475 come at a price as it will be significantly more expensive when compared to the latter. Also, like the K475 it will not come with a carafe which means you have to buy one separately.


  • Larger water reservoir
  • Hot water on demand function
  • Auto on/off function
  • Large and clear display
  • Handy K-Cups storage drawer


  • A little pricier
  • Carafe not included

Comparison Chart

Keurig K475

Keurig K575

Water Reservoir Capacity

70 oz

80 oz

Brew Sizes

9 Sizes (4oz to 30 oz)

10 sizes (4oz to 30 oz)

Brew Time

3 minutes Carafe and 1 minute for K-Cup

3 minutes Carafe and 1 minute for K-Cup

Hot Water on Demand



Display Size






Weight and Dimensions

13 lbs, 13.2” x 10.5” x 13.3”

12 lbs, 13.2” x 10.5” x 13.3”




Keurig K475 vs. Keurig K575

There is nothing more satisfying than knowing you will still be okay regardless of what option you go for when it comes to choosing between two amazing coffee makers. Luckily, this is the case with the Keurig K475 and K575, and so you can even just pick any. However, here are a few points to keep in mind to ensure your selection is more informed.

1. Water Reservoir Capacity

The water reservoir is always one of the first things that many coffee aficionados will consider when choosing a coffee maker, and typically the larger the better.

The good news is that both the Keurig k475 and K575 have relatively larger water reservoirs when compared to other models in their class. However, they still have different capacities, which you need to consider when deciding between the two.

K575 has a slight edge here as it comes with an 80-ounce water reservoir while the K475 will come with a smaller 70-ounce water tank. While some people 10 ounces might not make much difference, for others, it is significant as it can make almost two small cups of coffee.

2. Brew Sizes

When it comes to the brew sizes, the choice should be easier as you will only need to choose a machine that can make enough coffee for you based on your preferred size.

Here, these two coffee makers are also quite similar. But, while the K475 will typically offer 9 brew size options, the K575 offers 10, which means you get one more option which can be a significant advantage for some users.

With both coffee makers, you will get 4, 6, 8 and 10-ounce brew sizes for the K-Cup, but while the Keurig K575 will allow you to brew 12, 14, 16 and 18-ounces K-Mug brew sizes, the K475 will only allow you to make 12, 14 and 16-ounce brew sizes.

When it comes to the carafe brew sizes, these coffee makers are the same as with both you can make 22, 26 and 30-ounce carafes.

3. Brew Time

No one wants to sit and wait for ages for their coffee maker to brew their favorite drink. Hence, before you settle for any coffee maker, you need to make sure that it can make coffee fast.

But, here there is no difference between these two because, like any other Keurig coffee maker, they are built to make coffee super-fast.

With both coffee makers, you can have a single cup ready in under 1 minute and brew a full carafe in just 3 minutes, which is faster than what you get from models from many other brands out there.

4. Hot Water on Demand

Being able to get hot water on demand from your coffee maker will not only make it more convenient but also more versatile. This water can be used for other brewing methods like the French press or even to make other non-coffee beverages.

With the K575, you can get hot water when you want it, which means it will be very handy to have around as you can use it for much more than making coffee. And to make it even better, the machine heats up fast to ensure you do not have to wait long to get your hot water.

Unfortunately, Keurig K475 does not have this function, which means that it will only heat water for making coffee, but the lack of this feature is probably due to the smaller water reservoir.

5. Display Size

Because the display is what you use to monitor and interact with your coffee machine, it also matters. But, the good news is that like most other Keurig machines, these two will have some nice touch color displays.

The touchscreens on these coffee machines make them super easy to use as you will not have to struggle with hard to push buttons or complicated knobs.

But while both machines will have a nice touchscreen, the K575 will have a larger 2.8-inch display which is even easier to use and see. K475 will have a smaller 2.4-inch which is good enough but could be larger. Also, the display on the K575 will allow you to customize the wallpaper, something you will not get on the earlier model.

6. Nightlight

Nightlight is another feature that gives the K575 an edge over the K475. While it might not directly affect the functioning of the machine or the quality of coffee that you get, a nightlight always makes the machine more convenient by allowing you to use it even in low light areas.

If you stay up late or are the kind of coffee lover that likes to wake up in the middle of the night to grab a cup of coffee, you will be happy to have the K575.

With the nightlight feature, you can make your coffee even in the darkest rooms without having to switch on the light as the light provides enough illumination to allow you to see what you are doing.

7. Weight and Dimensions

You do not want to end up with  a large and heavy coffee maker as it will not only give you a hard time when you want to move it around but will take up a lot of your precious kitchen space,

When it comes to the dimensions, these coffee makers are identical, and this is perhaps one of the reasons why many potential buyers will confuse them and find it hard to decide which one to buy. The dimensions for both will be 13.2 x 10.5 x 13.3 inches, but the K575 looks a little taller when you look keenly, which is mostly due to the larger water reservoir.

When it comes to the weight, the K475 will weigh around 13 pounds while the K575 is around 12 pounds which means that their weights are also almost the same. The good news is that both are lightweight enough for their size and should be portable enough.

8. Price

Keurig always puts a lot of effort into ensuring their coffee makers will be as affordable as possible. Hence, despite these two being some high-quality machines, they are still highly affordable as they will retail for under $200.

But, given that the K575 is the newer model of the two, it should be obvious that it will cost more than its predecessor. However, the difference might not be very significant for many coffee lovers. At the time of writing this piece, the K575 was only around $30 more expensive than the K475.

Also, it is important to note that with both coffee maker models, the actual price that you pay will largely depend on the color that you choose and where you buy the coffee machine.


Keurig is a globally renowned brand that is famous for making amazing coffee makers that coffee lovers around the world depend on for their daily dose of caffeine.

Because of the reputation of the brand, you can be confident that you will get a top-quality coffee maker regardless of what you choose between the K475 and K575. Hence, the choice between these two will be largely dependent on your specific preferences.

However, the K575 is the better model overall as it is the newer of the two and has several extra features from the larger reservoir and screen to a nightlight. But, if you are shopping on a tight budget, Keurig K475 will still be good enough for you.

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