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Krups XN910840 Nespresso Pod Coffee Maker Machine Vertuo Next Premium Black £39.99 Excellent - Refurbished @ Ebay direct-vacuums

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Automatic blend recognition

There's no need to ever change your machine's settings with the Nespresso by Krups Vertuo Next Premium XN910840 Coffee Machine. Every Vertuoline pod is automatically recognised by your coffee machine, allowing you to get that perfectly blended cup of coffee each and every time with the push of a button.

Centrifusion technology

When you place a capsule into your Nespresso Vertuo Next, unique Centrifusion technology spins the pod up to 4000 rotations a minute, blending ground coffee with hot water to produce the perfect layer of foam to complement your freshly brewed beverage. *pods not included



Five cup size

Brew all your favourite coffee drinks easily. Thanks to adjustable cup stand and selection of five different sizes you can enjoy a perfect cup of coffee any time you want.

One button

You don't need to be a barista to make a great cup of coffee with the Krups Vertuo. The touch of one button is all it takes for the machine to whir to life, producing a cup worthy of rivalling your favourite café with every use.


Care for nature

The machine is 48% made from recycled plastic. It automatically shuts off 2 minutes after use, saving energy. And what's more, the packaging is made from 99.5% recycled materials and can be recycled again.
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  1. WhaleTrain's avatar
    It's a decent saving but you're tied in with the overly expensive pods direct from Nespresso.

    If you're wanting third-party pods, look for their older machines.
    pukenukem's avatar
    Thought I would weigh in here, as we used Nespresso Vertuo for 3 years and have now bought a £600 bean to cup machine and here is why:

    My wife an I drink 2 cups each a day, over a year this worked out at £960 in Nespresso pods (no, really it did), I added up all our bills for 1 year, think it worked out at around 62p per cup on average. This is still of course cheaper than a mainstream coffee shop like Costa, and I think Nespresso makes nicer coffee that those too. But I had always ruled out a bean to cup machine on price, how could a machine costing £600 be better value than Nespresso...well turns out if you drink coffee as much as us, it is better value.

    The phillips machine I have makes an distinctively superior coffee to Nespresso, in fact we had some pods to use up and we found it hard going back and in the end gave them away. The bean to cup machine per cup cost is about 13-17p depending on the beans (can be more if you get the very fancy gourmet stuff), so I will probably break about even in the first year. The machine does need more maintenance than Nespresso, but nothing drastic, and when you taste its coffee you're happy to look after it.

    I guess my point is, do the math before entering this eco-system as you could find yourself justifying a machine like ours, and it really is in a different league of coffee quality.
  2. DannyButler's avatar
    You can buy lids that go on used pods, been using them for months and very happy with the outcome.

    The vertuo machine uses a barcode on the underside of the pod to determine serving size. So you'll need some used pods to start with, take off the foil (cut out with knife/scissors), clean and leave to dry.

    Lids can be found on amazon 'Madama - Reusable and Refillable Cap Compatible with Nespresso Vertuo and VertuoLine Capsules'.

    Then just fill empty pods with your chosen ground coffee, put the lid on and set it in the machine, easy as that!
    WhaleTrain's avatar
    The only problem is that you're introducing the problem that these pod-type systems try to 'solve' - having to mess about with ground coffee and refilling the pods.

    I'm not opposed to this but your average person will just want a "pod 'n go" system where they can put a pod in and press a button to get coffee.

    This is why the older Nespresso machines are better because you're not locked into buying pods direct from nespresso or refilling used pods.
  3. Quickblood's avatar
    I got one of these when they were like £20 on Amazon but haven't used it for almost a year. I didn't really like the coffees or the price and refilling the pods was a faff.
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