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Nespresso by De'Longhi EN521.R Lattissima+ Coffee Machine - Red 99.00 @ AO

£99.00 @ ao.com
Reduced from £249.00 Save £150.00 + £75 nespresso club reward promotion Claim form https://nespressoukpromotions.com/Content/ApplicationForms/NES017/UK.pdf - polly69 Read More
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#1
oO This deal is still going. Love the white/black 1 I got from John Lewis for around £70 few weeks back.

Edited By: AJ92 on Dec 08, 2016 23:47
#2
Same price at alot of places.
#3
Was this price on Amazon, the white and black from JL was the best but because i couldnt make up my mind because i have a different model with the separate frother it went back up and im left kicking myself. OP im sure the free £75 woth or pods is still valid you may want to edit the title to include that.

Edited By: polly69 on Dec 08, 2016 23:54
1 Like #4
What are the best and cheapest compatible capsules for these Nespresso machines?
1 Like #5
If anyone knows where the black and white version is on offer for £99 could they post the link so i can grab one.
2 Likes #6
bargain76
What are the best and cheapest compatible capsules for these Nespresso machines?

Self Cap + Saquella ground coffee:

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00SJMQEBK/
4 Likes #7
Don't bother buying compatible capsules - they're either cheap and nasty, or not so cheap, and not so good. The reality is... the Nespresso capsules are best!
2 Likes #8
Bazzzer
Don't bother buying compatible capsules - they're either cheap and nasty, or not so cheap, and not so good. The reality is... the Nespresso capsules are best!
nicely said tell it as you see it many thanks .
3 Likes #9
Bazzzer
Don't bother buying compatible capsules - they're either cheap and nasty, or not so cheap, and not so good. The reality is... the Nespresso capsules are best!
I agree. Copies are mostly bad value in my experience
2 Likes #10
I'll third that.
#11
Mostly bad but the ones from Lidl are not a bad backup!!!!
#12
Bought this from ao a few days ago. Delivered through collect+ next day. Only issue was that box looked a bit worn and I suspect these are some old stock they have lying around. Machine itself was perfect.

Another vote for nespresso grand crus - tried a couple of other (slightly) cheaper ones and they were not as good and possibly might damage machines.
#13
Is this better than the ones with a separate frother?
1 Like #14
bargain76
What are the best and cheapest compatible capsules for these Nespresso machines?

Lidl's coffee capsules are compatible with this. Easy peasy
#15
I had this one for 4 years. Was good but I've upgraded to one with a separate frother which is way better IMO. The separate frother gets the milk actually hot
#16
dreamz
Is this better than the ones with a separate frother?

It's easier, as you just press the button and it does everything. The first couple of times can be a bit of a faff as you mess around with cup sizes, but once you've got that sorted it's miles easier. It's also easy to clean.
#17
Hubby picked one up in our local Curry's during the week ( Colchester) as missed John Lewis deal for same price over Black friday weekend. The £75 in vouchers is done in 3 lots of £25 vouchers and you have to register and then buy the packs online from there shop. I noticed in Asda yesterday they were doing 3 packs for £10 ( £3.99 each box) . Hubby was impressed with his coffee as you get a selection of different ones with the machine.
#18
Good deal. I have two machines. Agree with others and would not substitute Nespresso coffee pods for any other brand.
#19
Apologies if this is a stupid question, but I don't know much about these. Does the machine keep the milk cold/fresh? I presume not so if I only have one cup in the morning would I have to put a small amount of milk in, then wash the milk container out each time? If so can you put some milk in a glass and use this instead of the milk container. I just don't fancy washing the milk container up each time. I don't have a dishwasher.
#20
Hi all,

Bought one of these a couple of weeks ago for my wife's Xmas present. Want to buy the Nespresso pods from the website but I'm confused.

What is a sleeve? I assume there are a number of pods in a sleeve, otherwise this is really expensive?

Can anyone help?
1 Like #21
Hi ... A sleeve usually has 10 pods in so makes 10 coffees x

simonallsopp1
Hi all,
Bought one of these a couple of weeks ago for my wife's Xmas present. Want to buy the Nespresso pods from the website but I'm confused.
What is a sleeve? I assume there are a number of pods in a sleeve, otherwise this is really expensive?
Can anyone help?
#22
ScottyMelotty
Apologies if this is a stupid question, but I don't know much about these. Does the machine keep the milk cold/fresh? I presume not so if I only have one cup in the morning would I have to put a small amount of milk in, then wash the milk container out each time? If so can you put some milk in a glass and use this instead of the milk container. I just don't fancy washing the milk container up each time. I don't have a dishwasher.


You can put the milk container in the fridge between drinks, they advise you take it apart and wash every couple of days
#23
REXISMYDOG
Hi ... A sleeve usually has 10 pods in so makes 10 coffees x
simonallsopp1
Hi all,
Bought one of these a couple of weeks ago for my wife's Xmas present. Want to buy the Nespresso pods from the website but I'm confused.
What is a sleeve? I assume there are a number of pods in a sleeve, otherwise this is really expensive?
Can anyone help?

Thanks. I've been to the website twice and can't see any description on there of what a sleeve was. I was worried it was working out at £49 for 15 pods!
#24
Thank you OP!
1 Like #25
dreamz
Is this better than the ones with a separate frother?

It is different.
This uses steam to froth the milk - akin to most coffee shops. The separate 'aeroccino' is an electric heater with a motorised whisk. You do need to press-button steam flush this after use. Cleaning the electric ones can be more of a faff (and be careful with the non-stick!) Aldi and Lidl have sold their own electric coffee frothers for around £20 so it is something that can be added later. (But its only 3x£15 credit for buying a no-milk machine during the offer.)
With this one, you can take off the milk unit and you have an 'ordinary' machine that takes up just a little more counter space than the espresso-only machines. It also runs from a single plug!

As an old machine design this can store two 'lengths' of espresso and two of espresso + milk. Current ones have six programmable buttons, not four.

It is manual load and unload. My current motor-driven 'U' model seems particularly fussy about some clone cartridges, but does have three programmable coffee-length buttons. I only use the really short one for pre-warming and flushing.
Different capsules are optimised for short, longer or really short coffees. But ALL are espresso. It you don't like or want decent espresso, don't buy this. It is for espresso (and espresso derived) coffees ONLY. And it is about getting decent espresso with minimal fuss or skill - you may hear 'experts' saying they can get a better shot from their machine, but the question is could you and would you be bothered with all the fuss that they seem to enjoy.

Lidl's capsules are OK at half the price of the excellent genuine Nespressos.
It is a pity that Lidl's best ones (in my opinion) are sold only in mainland Europe and not the UK. 'Viola' and 'Palermo" bear comparison with the Nespresso originals. UK gets three different blends, Europe a choice of seven (at my last count).

Last point, this machine is also currently back in stock at the same £99 at Currys (for those who dislike AO).

Yesterday I counted seven different brands (each offering plural blends) of Nespresso compatible pods in my local Sainsburys. They aren't much cheaper than the originals, and I've found few clones that both worked well in my machine and that I liked.
#26
wdh
dreamz
Is this better than the ones with a separate frother?

It is different.
This uses steam to froth the milk - akin to most coffee shops. The separate 'aeroccino' is an electric heater with a motorised whisk. You do need to press-button steam flush this after use. Cleaning the electric ones can be more of a faff (and be careful with the non-stick!) Aldi and Lidl have sold their own electric coffee frothers for around £20 so it is something that can be added later. (But its only 3x£15 credit for buying a no-milk machine during the offer.)
With this one, you can take off the milk unit and you have an 'ordinary' machine that takes up just a little more counter space than the espresso-only machines. It also runs from a single plug!

As an old machine design this can store two 'lengths' of espresso and two of espresso + milk. Current ones have six programmable buttons, not four.

It is manual load and unload. My current motor-driven 'U' model seems particularly fussy about some clone cartridges, but does have three programmable coffee-length buttons. I only use the really short one for pre-warming and flushing.
Different capsules are optimised for short, longer or really short coffees. But ALL are espresso. It you don't like or want decent espresso, don't buy this. It is for espresso (and espresso derived) coffees ONLY. And it is about getting decent espresso with minimal fuss or skill - you may hear 'experts' saying they can get a better shot from their machine, but the question is could you and would you be bothered with all the fuss that they seem to enjoy.

Lidl's capsules are OK at half the price of the excellent genuine Nespressos.
It is a pity that Lidl's best ones (in my opinion) are sold only in mainland Europe and not the UK. 'Viola' and 'Palermo" bear comparison with the Nespresso originals. UK gets three different blends, Europe a choice of seven (at my last count).

Last point, this machine is also currently back in stock at the same £99 at Currys (for those who dislike AO).

Yesterday I counted seven different brands (each offering plural blends) of Nespresso compatible pods in my local Sainsburys. They aren't much cheaper than the originals, and I've found few clones that both worked well in my machine and that I liked.


Thank you for your reply. :)
#27
I got this with the Nespresso subscription and still have a U. Personally I found the U put out better testing coffee and although this Touch model is a breeze to make milky drinks and clean, I don't find it in use it often, mainly just for Espresso or Lungo.
#28
obsydian
I got this with the Nespresso subscription and still have a U. Personally I found the U put out better testing coffee and although this Touch model is a breeze to make milky drinks and clean, I don't find it in use it often, mainly just for Espresso or Lungo.

This is not the 'Touch' model !
This - and also the one I got from Currys - is the 521 Latissima+ (with 4 not 6 buttons).

I like it, and it does seem better with Lidl capsules than the auto-load and unload U. (Which is just as well because the design of the internal used capsules & drips tray is pathetic compared to the U.)
#29
These seem to be coming in and out of stock, managed to pick one up this morning absolute steal.


Edited By: j0rd4n500 on Dec 19, 2016 13:57: spelling
#30
ScottyMelotty
Apologies if this is a stupid question, but I don't know much about these. Does the machine keep the milk cold/fresh? I presume not so if I only have one cup in the morning would I have to put a small amount of milk in, then wash the milk container out each time? If so can you put some milk in a glass and use this instead of the milk container. I just don't fancy washing the milk container up each time. I don't have a dishwasher.
Check this out http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sturdy-cheap-milk-frother-cafetiere-350ml-4-wilko-quidco-2577130

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