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originally posted by: interupt42
a reply to: DjembeJedi
Ahh I suggest you get with the ball game, man.
Your neighbour is going to get one pretty soon, do you really want to be that guy who doesn't have one.
Be a good consumer and stop questioning things, of course you need a keurig inside your refrigerator.
Real-estate in the kitchen is expensive, and plus do you really want to walk from the frig to get your creamer and THAN ALL THE WAY back to the counter top to your coffee. [Insert over dramatic informortial graphs and acting here ]
Case closed, get a keurig refrigerator.
Also wouldn't you rather have an excuse to get a new $3.3K refrig when a 200 dollar coffee machine known for its reliability breaks. You are just jealous.
But if you act now not only will you get your keurig in the refrig you will get a stove top inside as well.
If the consumers doesn't wan't to take 5 steps to the counter for their coffee why make them walk an additional 5 steps to the stove. It just makes sense, your food is in the refrig, you need to cook your food , so why not get rid of that EXTRA work and cook it right there on the spot.
originally posted by: MystikMushroom
If anything, Keurig's decision to move to their new DRM-protected machines has had a backlash on sales. People are not happy that they can't use any brand of K-Cup they want in their machines anymore. I've seen the older models on Amazon being snatched up quickly.