Nescafe Dolce Gusto Jovia Manual Coffee Machine - £29.99 @ Argos
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Nescafe Dolce Gusto Jovia Manual Coffee Machine - £29.99 @ Argos

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Found 17th Feb
The NESCAFE Dolce Gusto Jovia not only looks great, but with a maximum 15 bar pump pressure creates coffee shop quality drinks in a matter of seconds. Jovia is no mess and no fuss - simply pop in a pod and free the flavour. And with over 30 varieties of hot and cold drinks to choose from, you'll wonder how you ever coped without it.

With the nescafe dolce gusto jovia by delonghi pod coffee machine, your drink is ready in 3 simple steps. 1. Pop in a pod 2. Move the lever to hot or cold 3. Stop the water when you're ready hey presto, your coffee, your way every time. Because the coffee grinds stay in the pod there is virtually no cleaning either.

There is also a 10gbp webshop credit when you buy and register your jovia pod coffee machine. Just use the unique code found on the registration leaflet in the box when you register your machine on the nescafe dolce gusto website.

  • Coffee options: espresso, cappuccino, latte, ristretto, lungo and latte macchiato.
  • Strength selector.
  • Power output 1300 watts.
  • 15 bar pump pressure.
  • Water capacity 0.8 litre.
  • Water level gauge.
  • Removable water tank.
  • Transparent water tank.
  • Adjustable cup stand for any size mug.
  • Magnetic pod holder.
  • Removable drip tray.
  • Auto shut-off.
  • Dishwasher safe parts for effortless cleaning.
  • Size H32.5, W17.1, D22.8cm.
  • Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 8004399327689.
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My friend bought us this for Xmas and only made latte macchiato so far but its good and fast and tastes great
Thank you @janey00 , that looks very decent, especially with @jalaldevil 's tip above
Same price in Tesco
This Vs the tasimo in peoples opinions?
mastersmithson40 m ago

This Vs the tasimo in peoples opinions?


personally prefer Tassimo for wide-ranging options and proper, regular discounts on drinks
mastersmithson41 m ago

This Vs the tasimo in peoples opinions?


I have had both and would personally prefer the Gusto. There was a comparison test done before Christmas too on ITV which Philip Schofield hosted (Can't remember what the programme was called, it was Christmas related) and the Gusto came out tops on that too 😊 xx
"wonder how you ever coped without it"... Forget coping without it, I often forget that I own mine. It's a pain to use without a built on timer like some of the other Dolce gusto machines.
Thank you OP
I'm getting another for my dear old ma'
I have had this model for just over a year.
Wonderful coffees and such a great range. My favourite is the Mocha.
I cannot recommend enough.

I bought these to compliment most of the coffee choices:
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Edited by: "poseidonxxx" 18th Feb
mastersmithson11 h, 20 m ago

This Vs the tasimo in peoples opinions?


Deffo the dolce gusto, the tassimo machine pods tend to taste really sweet as they are liquid milk. Gustos are powder form. Much nicer
I bought this on a similar deal last year. I still use it every day.
I wonder if they will dump this now they have the new bigger serving Nespresso machines...
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