Keurig's New Machine Lets You Instantly Make Coke At Home

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Being National Coffee Day, Keurig thought it'd be a good idea to shift everyone's focus on sodas instead.

The instant coffee makers revealed their new Keurig Kold machine, which works similar to the standard Keurig, except the coffee K-Cups are replaced with soda K-Cups and, of course, your drink won't come out steaming hot.

With 25 different flavors, the Kold machine chills your drink and even provides the fizzy carbonation we're used to from sodas.

Probably the best thing about it, is that it doesn't have some kind of bootleg soda flavors.


They actually have brands we know, like, Coca Cola and Dr. Pepper.

The Kold doesn't come cheap, though. One of these bad boys will cost you $$ 369.99, plus the $4.99 for each 4-pack of their K-Cup pods.

So after you use your Keurig in the morning for coffee, you can now use one for a soft drink at dinner.