nespresso artisan kitchenaid onyx black - @ waitrose kitchen - £139.95 ( plus 10% quidco)
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nespresso artisan kitchenaid onyx black - @ waitrose kitchen - £139.95 ( plus 10% quidco)

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Found 22nd Apr 2016
Been looking at one of these for a while and nearly bought one last week at £279 from John Lewis - only black is this price and stock looks low.

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Original Poster

Plus you can redeem £30 worth of pods ( via 3 x £10 vouchers I think ) from nespresso

I think you could have also applied KX20 for an additional 20% off

Oos

Great price but shame there's no stock! Would have got one at this price as been looking at Nespresso's for a while

I have this in cream and LOVE it. I used to have a bean to cup and that was great but this just as good if not slightly better!

No stock - boo!

We use our Nespresso machine a lot. Would have gone for this! Ours is 6 years old and starting to play up. Shame no stock.

Yeah agreed I have the inissia and love it.

oos

indigobox

I think you could have also applied KX20 for an additional 20% off


I tried that code on something else and it didn't work...seems it excludes electrical
Edited by: "twinkle" 22nd Apr 2016

I use Nestle Dolce Gusto and it works fine.
I'm not sure of the difference (other than the smaller capsules) and price

wildecat

I use Nestle Dolce Gusto and it works fine. I'm not sure of the … I use Nestle Dolce Gusto and it works fine. I'm not sure of the difference (other than the smaller capsules) and price


having had both (A Dolce Gusto for 3 years, and recently a nespresso), there is a world of difference.

The quality of an espresso shot is markedly better with nespresso, as are the varieties. Aside from quality, the other difference is that whilst DG tend to provide milk pod options (so you can make a latte from just 2 pods for example), nespresso don't - so you need to use fresh milk. With the aeroccino though this isn't really an issue, as i've found its actually quicker to make a latte using the nespresso + aeroccino than it was to make one with 2 pods with a DG. Plus is tastes better as DG add extra sugar to all of their milk based drinks A bit like Tassimo..which ruins the taste imo.

For those that have missed out, it's worth noting that you can get an Inissa or Pixie with the aeroccino for around £80-£120 depending on the colour/delivery option etc, and to all intents and purposes they are identical to the kitchenaid one listed here (without the KA branding). Well worth a look.
Edited by: "Spud211" 22nd Apr 2016
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