New My Keurig service now allows you to personalize your coffee maker

My Keurig personalization
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If you've got a coffee lover to buy for this winter, Keurig's new My Keurig personalization service may cut your holiday shopping short. The new feature allows users to add their own designs, text, and monograms to some of the best coffee makers on the market. The new service does carry a $30 premium, but offers plenty of room for customization across a range of Keurig machines.

Currently, only the Keurig K-Mini, K-Mini Plus, and K-Slim are ready to be dolled up but there may be more on the way soon. However, if you're looking to pick up one of the brand's cheaper devices, there are plenty of new aesthetics to choose from

From Holiday Sweater (which is exactly as you'd expect it to be) to sport stripes, polka dots, and the intriguingly named Scandinavian Meadow, there's a range of preset designs available. 

Keurig coffee maker personalized

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The M-Mini model can be customized from the standard Matte Black or Studio Gray versions, with the K-Mini Plus available in Matte Black or Matte White. The Keurig K-Slim, however, only comes in the standard Matte Black.

Once you've chosen you're design, you're free to alter any text (as well as the size), colors, pattern size, and a range of other elements as well. Each side of the Keurig coffee maker can be personalized separately, so those who can't choose between two options can mix and match as well. Unfortunately, at this time, Keurig isn't offering the option to add your own designs or photographs.

Keurig says that customized My Keurig machines will ship within seven days of your order, though it's worth noting that cancellations cannot be accepted and returns or refunds are off the table as well.

If you're checking out the competition, we're rounding up all the best Nespresso machines available right now. Or, if you're not interested in the convenience of a pod-based system, check out the best Cuisinart coffee makers and best espresso machines on the market. Unfortunately, Drinkworks, the Keurig of alcoholic beverages, has shut down

Tabitha Baker

Tabs is a deals editor on our sister site TechRadar. She spends most of her time searching for the best prices on top consumer tech, but has also written about everything from flower delivery to mattresses. Happiest with a DualSense controller in her hand, she's also contributed to GamesRadar and T3 and specializes in gaming hardware and computing.