Nespresso CitiZ & Milk Titanium Coffee Machine (Krups) £99.99 @ Robert Dyas
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Nespresso CitiZ & Milk Titanium Coffee Machine (Krups) £99.99 @ Robert Dyas

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Found 27th Feb 2015
Nespresso CitiZ & Milk Titanium Coffee Machine £99.99 at Robert Dyas
(they also have the fire engine red one for same price)

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Great price for a briliant coffee maker. I'm a coffee snob but this has quenched my thirst for good quick coffee at home.

same as above comment. lovely coffee and frother really works. Pods available most places.

Sign up for email subscription get 10% off first order so £93.95 with del

Claim a £75 Nespresso Club reward too.

Not bad a deal. Heat added.
Just watched a clip on You tube, its a bit long winded but at £99 this is still a good I think.
Edited by: "vulcan903" 27th Feb 2015

bought this coffee maker a month ago I agree makes one cup of coffee quick but the water is know we're near hot enough almost luke warm.

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vulcan903

Claim a £75 Nespresso Club reward too.Not bad a deal. Heat added.Just … Claim a £75 Nespresso Club reward too.Not bad a deal. Heat added.Just watched a clip on You tube, its a bit long winded but at £99 this is still a good I think.


Link please

ruiabreu

CommentLink please



However a quick google found this on the Nespresso web site so caution required:
You are entitled to claim £25 off each of your next 3 orders when you purchase any new Nespresso cappuccino machine between 30th October 2014 and 31st January 2015. Your first £25 credit will be applied to your Nespresso Club account upon validation of your application.



You can apply via nespresso.com/UKp…ion. Your two additional £25 credits are applied to your account within 10 days when you place subsequent orders. This promotion cannot be used in conjunction with any other Nespresso promotion, offer or discount.

All applications must be submitted by post to: NESPRESSO Promotion, PO Box 100, Blackburn BB2 9FL to arrive no later than 28th February 2015; or online by no later than 23:59 on 28th February 2015. Applications received beyond this time will not qualify for the offer.


Edited by: "vulcan903" 27th Feb 2015

I have this and agree that the temp is on the low side but flavour, consistency and price of capsules are excellent. great variety and proper espresso is amazing.

the way I see it is you have your tassimo and dolce gusto which make pretty mediocre at best coffee with expensive capsules

home espresso machines, some good some not so good. messy at times and best with fresh ground beans

nespresso excellent coffee every time next to no work to make a coffee besides cleaning the frother and coffee is brilliant.

stove top brilliant coffee but time consuming to use

higher end machines run from £300 - £xxx but still require more effort to the nespresso for not a huge leap in flavour over the nespresso


Fab price, paid £135 for this at Xmas

Got one for Xmas. The Mrs bought it and paid more. You're not supposed to put boiling water through coffee as it burns the flavour. In the instructions it says warm your cup up. Cappuccinos are really good too.I have a gaggia and am a coffee snob this has converted me really great.

Make sure to warm your cup before doing the coffee it makes quite a difference.

Damn it got my aunt one from lakeland on amazon for £140 like 2 weeks ago.

Yep also have this. Warming up cup makes a big difference and also cleans out the dregs from the cup before.

Looks like Amazon have matched price for both colours

amazon.co.uk/Nes…8HN

The £75 credit offer finished on 31st January, it no longer applies.

As mentioned above to get the optimum temperature, before first use of the day or if it's not been used for more than 30mins, flush the machine without a capsule by pressing the espresso button and also rinse your cup in hot water first. Theses two things will make a big difference.

Is there any cheaper place to get the capsules from other than the nespresso website? 31p a cup seems a little expensive.

£75 offer finished. Lidl or Aldi, cant remember do capsules £1.79

Does this include the aeroccino thingymbob?

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Kenneth131

I have this and agree that the temp is on the low side but flavour, … I have this and agree that the temp is on the low side but flavour, consistency and price of capsules are excellent. great variety and proper espresso is amazing. the way I see it is you have your tassimo and dolce gusto which make pretty mediocre at best coffee with expensive capsules home espresso machines, some good some not so good. messy at times and best with fresh ground beans nespresso excellent coffee every time next to no work to make a coffee besides cleaning the frother and coffee is brilliant.stove top brilliant coffee but time consuming to use higher end machines run from £300 - £xxx but still require more effort to the nespresso for not a huge leap in flavour over the nespresso



I managed to pick up a Delonghi Magnifica Plus from John Lewis for £235. It is infinitely better than my Lattissima Plus, easier to use (literally just put beans in the top - even cleans itself), and the quality of the coffee in both taste and temperature far surpasses Nespresso. I was a serious Nespresso evangelist and would always tell people how good they are, but friends that come round and have my coffee now comment on how good it is - even Nespresso owners!

I would say that a bean to cup machine is definitely worth the extra outlay if you're serious about coffee, and they can be had at a reasonable price if you look around. Mine was a display model that I asked them to sell me, and I even got a two year guarantee!

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winchman

£75 offer finished. Lidl or Aldi, cant remember do capsules £1.79



It's Lidl. They're half the price of genuine ones, but not even a quarter of the taste! I have tried non-espresso capsules when I had my machine and none of them were particularly good. It's a false economy when 10 Nespresso capsule can be had from £3-3.50...

Do you guys think I can buy this from Amazon and request a return this of my last order (from a different retailer)?

Kenneth131

I have this and agree that the temp is on the low side but flavour, … I have this and agree that the temp is on the low side but flavour, consistency and price of capsules are excellent. great variety and proper espresso is amazing. the way I see it is you have your tassimo and dolce gusto which make pretty mediocre at best coffee with expensive capsules home espresso machines, some good some not so good. messy at times and best with fresh ground beans nespresso excellent coffee every time next to no work to make a coffee besides cleaning the frother and coffee is brilliant.stove top brilliant coffee but time consuming to use higher end machines run from £300 - £xxx but still require more effort to the nespresso for not a huge leap in flavour over the nespresso



Are you saying Nespresso capsules are cheap compared to Tassimo / Dolce Gusto?
I find Tassimo discs are almost always available on offer 3 packs for £10 or similar deal, i.e. no more than 20p per unit.
Edited by: "bigredbucket" 28th Feb 2015

matty9815

CommentI managed to pick up a Delonghi Magnifica Plus from John Lewis for … CommentI managed to pick up a Delonghi Magnifica Plus from John Lewis for £235. It is infinitely better than my Lattissima Plus, easier to use (literally just put beans in the top - even cleans itself), and the quality of the coffee in both taste and temperature far surpasses Nespresso. I was a serious Nespresso evangelist and would always tell people how good they are, but friends that come round and have my coffee now comment on how good it is - even Nespresso owners!I would say that a bean to cup machine is definitely worth the extra outlay if you're serious about coffee, and they can be had at a reasonable price if you look around. Mine was a display model that I asked them to sell me, and I even got a two year guarantee!



What's the model number of the Delongi machine you mention please?

ordered. thank you! been after one for ages but been waiting for a good price

dfurn

What's the model number of the Delongi machine you mention please?



DELONGHI Magnifica S ECAM 22.320.SB

It's the one Currys were doing for £279, but I missed that boat. John Lewis price matched Currys and sold out quickly. They still have the display models though and because it is an end of line model they can sell you the display one, and knock 20%ish off...

matty9815

DELONGHI Magnifica S ECAM 22.320.SBIt's the one Currys were doing for … DELONGHI Magnifica S ECAM 22.320.SBIt's the one Currys were doing for £279, but I missed that boat. John Lewis price matched Currys and sold out quickly. They still have the display models though and because it is an end of line model they can sell you the display one, and knock 20%ish off...



Thanks.

that was a damn good price for a bean to cup machine. nice find


the price for the tassimo or dolce gusto works out at £0.41 per cup if you buy the lattes etc. 8 coffees x 3 packs for £10.00 at asda so 24 coffees for a tenner is £0.41.

if your not making milk drinks and just buy the coffee pods for tassimo it works out cheaper yes but the tassimo can't make espresso its more like a press coffee and this is due to the coffee grind in the pod and the lack of pressure produced by the tassimo machines.

the dolce gusto does a faux 16 bar pressure due to the capsule design but read the label on the dolce gusto pods and you see its a mix of mainly instant coffee with some coffee grounds. so its only a marginally better than instant coffee you get.

most of these machines simply give the impression of making an espresso or doing more than simply trickling hot water over instant coffee in a pod but in reality that's what they are.

the nespresso has a packed and I mean packed pod of ground coffee and nothing else. open one and see there is no free space in one of those wee pods.

I should say that the bean to cup machines are epic but however self cleaning they are the grinders always get some residue lodged In there.

I'm not acquainted with the model mentioned but the higher end machines use a burr grinder and not a blade to grind the coffee as you want to grind the beans slowly and crush them, so as not to create friction and heat the grind or it will spoil the flavour.

if you want something completely different, not that I would recommend it as it's not without its flaws but worth a look if your a coffee nut

the rok manual espresso press, strictly not up to espresso pressure but a nice looking coffee maker and they have a manual burr grinder out as well.

rokkitchentools.com/

Kenneth131

that was a damn good price for a bean to cup machine. nice find the … that was a damn good price for a bean to cup machine. nice find the price for the tassimo or dolce gusto works out at £0.41 per cup if you buy the lattes etc. 8 coffees x 3 packs for £10.00 at asda so 24 coffees for a tenner is £0.41.if your not making milk drinks and just buy the coffee pods for tassimo it works out cheaper yes but the tassimo can't make espresso its more like a press coffee and this is due to the coffee grind in the pod and the lack of pressure produced by the tassimo machines.the dolce gusto does a faux 16 bar pressure due to the capsule design but read the label on the dolce gusto pods and you see its a mix of mainly instant coffee with some coffee grounds. so its only a marginally better than instant coffee you get.most of these machines simply give the impression of making an espresso or doing more than simply trickling hot water over instant coffee in a pod but in reality that's what they are.the nespresso has a packed and I mean packed pod of ground coffee and nothing else. open one and see there is no free space in one of those wee pods.I should say that the bean to cup machines are epic but however self cleaning they are the grinders always get some residue lodged In there.I'm not acquainted with the model mentioned but the higher end machines use a burr grinder and not a blade to grind the coffee as you want to grind the beans slowly and crush them, so as not to create friction and heat the grind or it will spoil the flavour.if you want something completely different, not that I would recommend it as it's not without its flaws but worth a look if your a coffee nut the rok manual espresso press, strictly not up to espresso pressure but a nice looking coffee maker and they have a manual burr grinder out as well.http://www.rokkitchentools.com/



The Magnifica Plus I picked up uses an integrated burr grinder rather than a blade. It's not the top model, but not entry level, so am pleased with what I paid for it. It's not as good as a separate grinder and machine would be, but I liked the compact form factor and automation, so was happy with the trade-off!

missed it

gone

If you have issues with low temperature try running the machine without a capsule in it first and warm cups by filling with hot water. Also double walled glasses like the Bodum ones make a big difference.

Still available in red, ordered thanks.
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