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Nespresso Inissia Coffee Machine with Aeroccino by Magimix. £69.99 at John Lewis

£69.99 @ John Lewis
I think this is a deal because you can claim a £75 Nespresso Club Reward. This can be used to buy the coffee pods. No brainer if you buy the coffee pods regularly. The reward offer closes on 31st J… Read More
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I think this is a deal because you can claim a £75 Nespresso Club Reward. This can be used to buy the coffee pods. No brainer if you buy the coffee pods regularly.

The reward offer closes on 31st January.
Conditions to claim the £75 reward as follows;
http://www.nespresso.com/UKpromotion

The cream colour is out of stock. Black is still available.
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Get £75 JL gift card for £68 1x £50 1x £25 @ Zeek: https://www.zeek.me/gb/buy-gift-vouchers/john-lewis



Edited By: AJ92 on Jan 17, 2017 18:25: edit
#2
already posted
#3
which pods can you use with this coffee machine? any nescafe, tassimo etc pods or does it have to be nespresso?
#4
hashemcom007
which pods can you use with this coffee machine? any nescafe, tassimo etc pods or does it have to be nespresso?
Nespresso pods and the likes of Taylor's of Harrogate also do one..

Edited By: vinegarvera on Jan 18, 2017 08:42: typo
#5
hashemcom007
which pods can you use with this coffee machine? any nescafe, tassimo etc pods or does it have to be nespresso?
It has to be nespresso compatible pods. I've been using ones from Lidl £1.79 I think for 10, and they are pretty good.
1 Like #6
Just for info - bought one of these last week and your confirmation email states a 3 yr guarantee, however a follow up email from JL stated only a 2 yr guarantee. Checked with JL customer services and definitely is a 3 yr guarantee.
#7
Black, cream, white & red all available from Curry's for the same price & Quidco.
Nespresso compatible pods available from several places online and also available from Sainsbury's, M&S , Starbucks, Aldi, Lidl, Taylor's of Harrogate. and other places.
It is a simple to use & clean machine well worth the money with the voucher offer which is issued as 3 separate £25 credits.
1 Like #8
i got this from JL .... the aerocino thing is a great little device - esp for mixing up milkshakes for the kids!

Love my nespresso machine - far far superior to my tassimo (which i loved til they changed the costa latte to some sort of insipid oil!)
#9
RCUK
i got this from JL .... the aerocino thing is a great little device - esp for mixing up milkshakes for the kids!
Love my nespresso machine - far far superior to my tassimo (which i loved til they changed the costa latte to some sort of insipid oil!)
x2
#10
I tried creating a post the other day but it failed. I just picked up the Citiz and Milk for £119.99 with £75 free vouchers. Was restricted to red or silver. Any interest and I'll get the offer up later today. Runs until end of Jan
#11
Is there a minimum order limit to use each £25 voucher?
#12
this is a bit of a con (cant say Im surpirsed!) registered and got my first £25 credit, loaded my basket with £25 worht of capsules, and told order isnt possible as I have to order in multiples of 50's, so I can order 50 and then only use £17 of my credit, meaning I dont get the remining £50 credit, or I have to order 100, meaning Ithen have to pay a tenner of my own cash plus postage to recieve the next voucher. Really not impressed, the nespresso website is horrible to use too!
#13
Coffee isn't hot enough for me either
#14
moggith
this is a bit of a con (cant say Im surpirsed!) registered and got my first £25 credit, loaded my basket with £25 worht of capsules, and told order isnt possible as I have to order in multiples of 50's, so I can order 50 and then only use £17 of my credit, meaning I dont get the remining £50 credit, or I have to order 100, meaning Ithen have to pay a tenner of my own cash plus postage to recieve the next voucher. Really not impressed, the nespresso website is horrible to use too!


Have you checked your account? Someone above said they got the second credit after their first order that didn't use the full £25

Edited By: jenmumof5 on Jan 24, 2017 19:52: typo
#15
could anyone clarify this please? by the way the milk heater and frother is fantastic
#16
jenmumof5
moggith
this is a bit of a con (cant say Im surpirsed!) registered and got my first £25 credit, loaded my basket with £25 worht of capsules, and told order isnt possible as I have to order in multiples of 50's, so I can order 50 and then only use £17 of my credit, meaning I dont get the remining £50 credit, or I have to order 100, meaning Ithen have to pay a tenner of my own cash plus postage to recieve the next voucher. Really not impressed, the nespresso website is horrible to use too!


Have you checked your account? Someone above said they got the second credit after their first order that didn't use the full £25


Thanks.I will take a look. Bought 50 capsules and it let me pay the postage from the account credit so spent £23
#17
Does all credit (75 quid) need to be spent before the 31st jan? Or is this date for redeeming the offer
1 Like #18
moggith
Does all credit (75 quid) need to be spent before the 31st jan? Or is this date for redeeming the offer

All credits (3 x £25) need to be used by 31st July 2017.
#19
Got one this morning.
Instructions suck but YouTube has everything you need and I played with one a week ago in a hotel.
Noisy.

My favourite mug has a wide base so won't fit under the nozzle unless I tip it or remove the drip tray completely.

Tried the vanilla pod that came with the machine. Couldn't really taste any vanilla but a decent strong coffee.
Would be nice if they mentioned more about the pods on the box as other than a name, there's no indication of strengths etc. without going online to cross-check.

Now need to figure out how to get the machine to produce coffee constantly (or more than a dribble) as it seems to stop once I let go of the lungo button. Experimentation is needed.

Are there supposed to be 2 magnetic mixers with the Aerocino? I only seem to have the one with a circular curly whisk.

Created a Nespresso account without a problem using the 19 digit code on the drip tray. Just need to wait for my member number now to get the voucher(s).
#20
Only one mixer with the milk frother. You can take the spring off and store it in the lid to make milk less frothy. I too would like to know how to set the buttons to deliver the right amount water. Instructions are very confusing
#21
moggith
Only one mixer with the milk frother. You can take the spring off and store it in the lid to make milk less frothy. I too would like to know how to set the buttons to deliver the right amount water. Instructions are very confusing

You're supposed to hold down the espresso or lungo button to increase the amount of coffee that is brewed and then letting go saves that for next time.
Hit and miss for me but I'm maybe expecting a full mug of coffee when it can only do a smaller amount in reality.

Now I've got to wait until my member number filters through the system before I can use it to register for the promo (it's having difficulty recognising me at present and says "up to 24hrs after registration" before it might work)

Edited By: xenole on Jan 25, 2017 12:21: update
#22
I bought a Tassimo machine before xmas and found it a total waste of money. Before I waste money on this has anyone tried the starbucks capsules and do they or any other types taste like coffee shop coffee?
#23
Not the easiest thing signing up for the £75 of coffee.
Membership number accepted, name/address fine, 16 digit number on the machine fine and then "enter the number on the box and base of your Aerocino which is 7,9 or 10 digits long and consists of numbers and letters". Mine was 7 letters and not on the box but on the Aerocino, not the power base.
Ordered online so took a photo of the slip that came with the Innisia. Hopefully that will be fine.

Tried the Aerocino just now. Wasn't sure which "max fill" line to use so put enough milk in to get half way between them. After about 30secs, it was coming out of the top (which probably isn't great for something electrical). Apparently, the lower fill line is the one to use with the whisk for warm frothy milk and the upper level for warm milk without the whisk.



Edited By: xenole on Jan 26, 2017 07:46: updated
#24
is the reward voucher only £25? Or do you only get £25 at a time?

Doesnt matter, rread T&Cs damn!

Edited By: vinegarvera on Jan 26, 2017 12:22
#25
Do you get an email saying your details have been accepted for the first £25 voucher or is it a case of checking your Nespresso account to see it anything is mentioned?
#26
I think they do email, but credit was on my account a day before the email arrived.
#27
Got an email last night saying "thanks for sending a copy of your receipt in showing the company you bought it from, your details and the item bought, but we need a copy of your receipt showing the company you bought it from, your details and the item bought" so I've had to send in another copy of the online receipt / invoice type thing.
#28
I have £3.50 left from my first voucher so i'll see if the 2nd one appears. I can't see i'm going to use this much after I've used all the coffee though. It's not hot enough for me and to actually get a mug of coffee, as opposed to a small cup, it takes about 4 pods. Plus I don't like much milk and don't like froth
#29
xenole
. Apparently, the lower fill line is the one to use with the whisk for warm frothy milk and the upper level for warm milk without the whisk.
Do you take the whisk out then? I tried it without the whisk and it just flashed and then turned off without heating the milk
#30
freccle
xenole
. Apparently, the lower fill line is the one to use with the whisk for warm frothy milk and the upper level for warm milk without the whisk.
Do you take the whisk out then? I tried it without the whisk and it just flashed and then turned off without heating the milk

I'm just going on YouTube videos and things I've read. Going to experiment more tomorrow with milk, some flavoured syrup and various capsules.
Possibly the upper level is for cold drinks only then?
#31
Lower level is for whisk with spring on. Upper level is for whisk with spring off. You can take the spring off the whisk and store it in the lid and it makes the milk less frothy
#32
spent most of the first £25, (£2.35 credit left), does anyone know how long it takes for the next £25 to appear please
#33
moggith
spent most of the first £25, (£2.35 credit left), does anyone know how long it takes for the next £25 to appear please
Sorry to bother, would you please to confirm when you can get the next £25?
#34
Taiwanmai
moggith
spent most of the first £25, (£2.35 credit left), does anyone know how long it takes for the next £25 to appear please
Sorry to bother, would you please to confirm when you can get the next £25?


Next £25 credit had been added to my account. It took about a week after the first order. They didn't email me to say it had been applied, I had to keep checking my account on their website. All a bit tedious
#35
Thanks.

That mean you got £27.35 now?
#36
Thanks.

That mean you got £27.35 now?
#37
Taiwanmai
Thanks.

That mean you got £27.35 now?


Around that yes

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