Magimix M600 Nespresso Vertuo machine (with. 100 free capsules via redemption) - £79.99 @ Currys
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Magimix M600 Nespresso Vertuo machine (with. 100 free capsules via redemption) - £79.99 @ Currys

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Found 13th Apr
Absolute steal! £100 off RRP plus you get 100 free capsules, which being a Vertuo machine, is worth at least £43. You wouldn't buy a coffee machine and no capsules so this effectively brings the price of the machine down to £36.99! Not available in-store, only online.
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My comment is similar to previous one. They only brought new machine out use new size capsules after lost second court case trying to stop other manufacturers making nespresso pods. Same coffee same taste. If u want larger coffee use 2 pods.
Edited by: "paulyc10" 13th Apr
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Anyone gone from the old machines to these newer ones? How does the coffee compare? Apart from being more expensive.
It's like buying a printer that only works with ink supplied by the manufacturer. I'm surprised they're not giving these away for free so they can start making money out of coffee again.
My comment is similar to previous one. They only brought new machine out use new size capsules after lost second court case trying to stop other manufacturers making nespresso pods. Same coffee same taste. If u want larger coffee use 2 pods.
Edited by: "paulyc10" 13th Apr
Good deal but shame it's the new pod version.

They have done this because everyone has copied the old pod version and you can get the pods way cheaper
markymark345 m ago

Anyone gone from the old machines to these newer ones? How does the coffee …Anyone gone from the old machines to these newer ones? How does the coffee compare? Apart from being more expensive.


I had an old machine. Was good. But this is on a whole other level. The coffee is really good. I buy the mug size pods on subscription - I've got no problem being tied to a sub, as I use about 100 pods a month with the missus. Costs about 50p a cup of coffee.


I couldn't go back to the original machine.
I considered buying one of these when they were released when they were £200, but I thought it was ridiculous thatb you can't set how big a drink you want; it's determined by the capsule. One particular flavor I liked HAD to be vended to 410ml (IIRC). So if I wanted that particular flavour, I had to have nearly a pint of it!

Bought a bean to cup instead which is far cheaper to run and more versatile. You don't even have to load a capsule each time.
Waiting for a good offer on the normal pod machines. 50p a pod is so expensive
terriclarkfan54 m ago

I considered buying one of these when they were released when they were …I considered buying one of these when they were released when they were £200, but I thought it was ridiculous thatb you can't set how big a drink you want; it's determined by the capsule. One particular flavor I liked HAD to be vended to 410ml (IIRC). So if I wanted that particular flavour, I had to have nearly a pint of it!Bought a bean to cup instead which is far cheaper to run and more versatile. You don't even have to load a capsule each time.


Which bean to cup did you buy?
@D87C De"Longhi ESAM from Argos. Often mentioned on HukD and can be bought for around £170 from Argos when they drop the price. Happens a few times a year.
terriclarkfan4 h, 5 m ago

I considered buying one of these when they were released when they were …I considered buying one of these when they were released when they were £200, but I thought it was ridiculous thatb you can't set how big a drink you want; it's determined by the capsule. One particular flavor I liked HAD to be vended to 410ml (IIRC). So if I wanted that particular flavour, I had to have nearly a pint of it!Bought a bean to cup instead which is far cheaper to run and more versatile. You don't even have to load a capsule each time.



You can definitely change the quantity of water vended with this one as I've got one!

terriclarkfan4 h, 20 m ago

I considered buying one of these when they were released when they were …I considered buying one of these when they were released when they were £200, but I thought it was ridiculous thatb you can't set how big a drink you want; it's determined by the capsule. One particular flavor I liked HAD to be vended to 410ml (IIRC). So if I wanted that particular flavour, I had to have nearly a pint of it!Bought a bean to cup instead which is far cheaper to run and more versatile. You don't even have to load a capsule each time.


If you press the button it stops the vending at that point so, you get the size of coffee you want.
I can strongly recommend this. Coffee is much nicer. Not used the old Nespresso machine since.
paulyc107 h, 0 m ago

My comment is similar to previous one. They only brought new machine out …My comment is similar to previous one. They only brought new machine out use new size capsules after lost second court case trying to stop other manufacturers making nespresso pods. Same coffee same taste. If u want larger coffee use 2 pods.


I disagree. The mechanism of making coffee is very different and the larger drinks taste different to simply using 2 pods of the older system.
You also have the benefit of getting the precise volume brewed/dispensed. The capsules are really dry when they come out, so no horrible dripping and constant cleaning.

Saying that, I haven't purchased one due to the very high pod cost. I cannot justify paying 50p per coffee when I can get L'or aluminium pods for 12p each. We get through around 10-12 pods a day.

This is a good review of the system, albeit the slightly more fancy plus model.
trustedreviews.com/rev…lus
Edited by: "indyjukebox" 13th Apr
indyjukebox1 h, 1 m ago

I disagree. The mechanism of making coffee is very different and the …I disagree. The mechanism of making coffee is very different and the larger drinks taste different to simply using 2 pods of the older system.You also have the benefit of getting the precise volume brewed/dispensed. The capsules are really dry when they come out, so no horrible dripping and constant cleaning.Saying that, I haven't purchased one due to the very high pod cost. I cannot justify paying 50p per coffee when I can get L'or aluminium pods for 12p each. We get through around 10-12 pods a day.This is a good review of the system, albeit the slightly more fancy plus model.https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/nespresso-vertuo-plus


How do you get L'Or pods for 12p please? Cheapest I found was in Iceland Warehouse for 15p but limited offer.
indyjukebox1 h, 1 m ago

I disagree. The mechanism of making coffee is very different and the …I disagree. The mechanism of making coffee is very different and the larger drinks taste different to simply using 2 pods of the older system.You also have the benefit of getting the precise volume brewed/dispensed. The capsules are really dry when they come out, so no horrible dripping and constant cleaning.Saying that, I haven't purchased one due to the very high pod cost. I cannot justify paying 50p per coffee when I can get L'or aluminium pods for 12p each. We get through around 10-12 pods a day.This is a good review of the system, albeit the slightly more fancy plus model.https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/nespresso-vertuo-plus


You got the nail on the head there. And I'd also not be able to justify 50p ish per pod going through that volume daily. But I'm on a out 100 a month so I can live with that
VanillaThund3r5 h, 4 m ago

You got the nail on the head there. And I'd also not be able to justify …You got the nail on the head there. And I'd also not be able to justify 50p ish per pod going through that volume daily. But I'm on a out 100 a month so I can live with that


It is for work, so can sometimes be a bit more. I pay for the drinks in an effort to support the team. So every penny counts.

Plus I am discovering the fun of a Moka pot after buying one of these.
Posted in another thread but you don't need to buy the original pods, just an adaptor then refill the used pods with the coffe of your choice.
ANITA0PATEL5 h, 18 m ago

How do you get L'Or pods for 12p please? Cheapest I found was in Iceland …How do you get L'Or pods for 12p please? Cheapest I found was in Iceland Warehouse for 15p but limited offer.


They were £17.99 for 100 caps on Amazon recently, with a 15% voucher across all the varieties. Then 15% off for S&S. 30% off £17.99 was £12.59. I purchased a 100 cap set of all varieties on my account and then repeated the purchases on my partners account. Now I have 1600 caps sitting in my garage! Should hopefully last a while. The offer comes around regularly. Last year I actaully paid £11 for 100 caps, so this year was a bit more expensive.
paulyc1014 h, 16 m ago

My comment is similar to previous one. They only brought new machine out …My comment is similar to previous one. They only brought new machine out use new size capsules after lost second court case trying to stop other manufacturers making nespresso pods. Same coffee same taste. If u want larger coffee use 2 pods.


Yeah, because nobody innovates anymore, right?
indyjukebox12 h, 17 m ago

They were £17.99 for 100 caps on Amazon recently, with a 15% voucher …They were £17.99 for 100 caps on Amazon recently, with a 15% voucher across all the varieties. Then 15% off for S&S. 30% off £17.99 was £12.59. I purchased a 100 cap set of all varieties on my account and then repeated the purchases on my partners account. Now I have 1600 caps sitting in my garage! Should hopefully last a while. The offer comes around regularly. Last year I actaully paid £11 for 100 caps, so this year was a bit more expensive.


WoW! Thanks for the info.
The ones I bought from Iceland had a May 19 expiry date so I was afraid they wouldn't get all used in time
indyjukebox23 h, 34 m ago

I disagree. The mechanism of making coffee is very different and the …I disagree. The mechanism of making coffee is very different and the larger drinks taste different to simply using 2 pods of the older system.You also have the benefit of getting the precise volume brewed/dispensed. The capsules are really dry when they come out, so no horrible dripping and constant cleaning.Saying that, I haven't purchased one due to the very high pod cost. I cannot justify paying 50p per coffee when I can get L'or aluminium pods for 12p each. We get through around 10-12 pods a day.This is a good review of the system, albeit the slightly more fancy plus model.https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/nespresso-vertuo-plus

As the man said in the orthopedic shoes, i stand corrected.
Reserved online, went to the store looked at the display model. Hmmmmm not so sure, shame the black wasn’t the same price.
Anyone know what the expiry is like from Nespresso? I have no more than one coffee a day and if it comes with 100 wondering if will last 3-4 months
maxcovergold19th Apr

Anyone know what the expiry is like from Nespresso? I have no more than …Anyone know what the expiry is like from Nespresso? I have no more than one coffee a day and if it comes with 100 wondering if will last 3-4 months


Because the pods are vacuum sealed they last for at least two years.
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