Nespresso Essenza Mini Coffee Machine Bundle By KRUPS- Black With £60 Nespresso Vouchers - £89.99 @ Argos
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Nespresso Essenza Mini Coffee Machine Bundle By KRUPS- Black With £60 Nespresso Vouchers - £89.99 @ Argos

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Found 14th AprEdited by:"Biggirl77"
I bought mine in Argos in Northern Ireland, they are available in most Northern Ireland stores.Also special offer until 31st May 2018 claim £60 towards coffee capsules through Nespresso website. They also seem to have them in stock from Thursday in a wide range of stores in England, Wales and Scotland.



Small machine for big coffee moments. By concentrating its coffee knowhow and expertise into a brand new design, Nespresso has delivered its most compact machine yet - without compromise on taste. The new Essenza Mini combines ease-of-use, minimalist beauty and unrivalled quality to create the perfect cup every time. It's the small machine that opens up the world of Nespresso coffee. - Ultra compact design (LxWxH) 20.4 x 8.4 x 33- Ultra light weight - 2.3kg.

2 programmable coffee selections with automatic stop. Perfect cup of espresso and lungo.

Compact machine. Fits any space.

Low energy after 3 minutes. Energy saving.

  • Coffee options: espresso, cappuccino, latte, ristretto, lungo and latte macchiato.
  • Strength selector.
  • Power output 1200 watts.
  • 19 bar pump pressure.
  • Incorporated crema device.
  • Water capacity 0.6 litre.
  • Removable water tank.
  • Transparent water tank.
  • Removable drip tray.
  • Auto shut-off.
  • Dishwasher safe parts for effortless cleaning.
  • Size H33, W8.4, D20.4cm.
  • Manufacturer's 3 year guarantee.
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Heat for the price, if you drink more than 2 or three cups a day, consider the subscription option on the nespresso machine. Machine for £1 if you subscribe to 12 months of £25.

That £25 you then use for your pods.

And, this beats Tassimo and dolce gusto hands down (I have both), if you like your coffee, and don’t want to bother with dual boiler pump machines, getting the right grind and pull technique, and the cleanup afterwards - then this is your best bet
Oh, and the Aeroccino is totally amazeawsome
I’ve had 4 coffees already from mine
In one hour
AlexHaden1 h, 24 m ago

I’ve had 4 coffees already from mine


Clearly with the rate you're commenting at

I picked up a Nespresso machine from JL for £44 with Nespresso vouchers so in fairness this doesn't overly impress me

The aerocinno is nice and is circa 40 quid on its own, so works out an ok deal but ONLY if you want the aerocinno AND buy pods direct from Nespresso
DatAlbino54 m ago

Clearly with the rate you're commenting at I picked up a Nespresso …Clearly with the rate you're commenting at I picked up a Nespresso machine from JL for £44 with Nespresso vouchers so in fairness this doesn't overly impress meThe aerocinno is nice and is circa 40 quid on its own, so works out an ok deal but ONLY if you want the aerocinno AND buy pods direct from Nespresso


Aldi do the pods too. Their half the price of Asda and just as good
how is krup comparing to magimix deal yesterday?
quality wise, which one is better?
Just to understand, with Nespresso you are being sold into a subscription model. The pods contain just 5 grams of coffee, and cost 33p, so that's £66/kg. Also the pods are a ridiculous source of unnecessary packaging (Nestle claim to recyle them, but the cheaper third party ones aren't recycled).

Coffee beans are otherwise around £10/kg, and you can get a very good hand grinder (Aergrind) + aeropress for £100.

I used to use a Nespresso, but after spending hundreds of pounds on pods I would never again use one. The coffee is not good, and it's NOT espresso. A proper espresso setup will cost much more, but there are plenty of simple coffee setups that make excellent coffee - espresso is not the be all and end all.
thelawnet14 m ago

Just to understand, with Nespresso you are being sold into a subscription …Just to understand, with Nespresso you are being sold into a subscription model. The pods contain just 5 grams of coffee, and cost 33p, so that's £66/kg. Also the pods are a ridiculous source of unnecessary packaging (Nestle claim to recyle them, but the cheaper third party ones aren't recycled).Coffee beans are otherwise around £10/kg, and you can get a very good hand grinder (Aergrind) + aeropress for £100.I used to use a Nespresso, but after spending hundreds of pounds on pods I would never again use one. The coffee is not good, and it's NOT espresso. A proper espresso setup will cost much more, but there are plenty of simple coffee setups that make excellent coffee - espresso is not the be all and end all.


No reason you can’t enjoy both. Our Aeropress and Lavazza pod machine get almost equal use.

Pod for a quick espresso, aero for something longer and more interesting.
Honestly, I did never find good coffee that costs £10 /kg. The cheapest I buy costs about twice as much, really good one three times as much. Plus when using my espresso machine I use at least 10g per single shot (25ml). I do make better espresso with my Rancilio Silvia, however when I don’t want to heat the machine up, grind the beans, tamp etc. I use Nespresso happily. And of course other methods as well. Love the drip. But fresh good quality coffee is a must. Not the stuff sold in supermarkets.
Would love to get this but unavailable anywhere in Lothians!
thelawnet1 h, 57 m ago

Just to understand, with Nespresso you are being sold into a subscription …Just to understand, with Nespresso you are being sold into a subscription model. The pods contain just 5 grams of coffee, and cost 33p, so that's £66/kg. Also the pods are a ridiculous source of unnecessary packaging (Nestle claim to recyle them, but the cheaper third party ones aren't recycled).Coffee beans are otherwise around £10/kg, and you can get a very good hand grinder (Aergrind) + aeropress for £100.I used to use a Nespresso, but after spending hundreds of pounds on pods I would never again use one. The coffee is not good, and it's NOT espresso. A proper espresso setup will cost much more, but there are plenty of simple coffee setups that make excellent coffee - espresso is not the be all and end all.


My dads got a great delonghi however he is now selling it to buy a Nespresso after trying mine.

thingnis, you’re buying convenience. A bean to cup machine can make great range of coffees but takes ages. You can buy new Nespresso Rach year, get the credit and sell for a fiver or so loss and get more free credit which isn’t factored into your sums, nor is ongoing maintenance or time.
Marekj2 h, 28 m ago

No reason you can’t enjoy both. Our Aeropress and Lavazza pod machine get a …No reason you can’t enjoy both. Our Aeropress and Lavazza pod machine get almost equal use. Pod for a quick espresso, aero for something longer and more interesting.


Same with me. Once you find the right coffee for the Nespresso which for me is intenso or Roma make a small coffee and top up with hot water. Great stuff.
chenzz3 h, 54 m ago

how is krup comparing to magimix deal yesterday?quality wise, which one is …how is krup comparing to magimix deal yesterday?quality wise, which one is better?


From my research, it’s just the look of the outside, I think the insides are just the same. I’ll try and find the link where I read they are actually made in the same factory....
AlexHaden52 m ago

From my research, it’s just the look of the outside, I think the insides a …From my research, it’s just the look of the outside, I think the insides are just the same. I’ll try and find the link where I read they are actually made in the same factory....


The difference is generally height, drink size options, milk options (these are the same) and used pod bin capacity.

i think it’s pointless paying more for the machines that don’t come with built in milk frothers.
khirsah11 h, 15 m ago

My dads got a great delonghi however he is now selling it to buy a …My dads got a great delonghi however he is now selling it to buy a Nespresso after trying mine.thingnis, you’re buying convenience. A bean to cup machine can make great range of coffees but takes ages. You can buy new Nespresso Rach year, get the credit and sell for a fiver or so loss and get more free credit which isn’t factored into your sums, nor is ongoing maintenance or time.


Hi, I'm not talking about a bean-to-cup machine (which aren't very good anyway). I'm talking about a simple manual coffee method with a manual grinder. Granted there's no Nestlé marketing machine behind it, but I would suggest to try it before going down the Nespresso road.
thelawnet2 h, 49 m ago

Hi, I'm not talking about a bean-to-cup machine (which aren't very good …Hi, I'm not talking about a bean-to-cup machine (which aren't very good anyway). I'm talking about a simple manual coffee method with a manual grinder. Granted there's no Nestlé marketing machine behind it, but I would suggest to try it before going down the Nespresso road.



So you’ve countered one point and ignored the whole convenience and time factor, as well as the method that many Nespresso users use to get free credit each year? Comparing manually making coffee with a grinder to a machine where you literally drop a pod in and push go is bizarre. Especially when you then have to do your own milk manually on top, absolute apples to Oranges comparison.Do you go on car threads and tell people to get walking boots?

People aren’t unaware of other options mate, they’re not living in a bubble uneducated of ways to make a better coffee, blinded by a conglomerate marketing machine.

No other method, be it bean to cup, grinder, alarm clock with built in coffee machine, whatever, will ever rival a pod machine for simplicity and effort. People are happy with Nespresso convenience, peole are happy with Nespresso quality. This is hotukdeals not hotukcoffeeesuperiority. It’s a great deal for a Nespresso machine with credit.
khirsah22 m ago

So you’ve countered one point and ignored the whole convenience and time f …So you’ve countered one point and ignored the whole convenience and time factor, as well as the method that many Nespresso users use to get free credit each year? Comparing manually making coffee with a grinder to a machine where you literally drop a pod in and push go is bizarre. Especially when you then have to do your own milk manually on top, absolute apples to Oranges comparison.Do you go on car threads and tell people to get walking boots?People aren’t unaware of other options mate, they’re not living in a bubble uneducated of ways to make a better coffee, blinded by a conglomerate marketing machine. No other method, be it bean to cup, grinder, alarm clock with built in coffee machine, whatever, will ever rival a pod machine for simplicity and effort. People are happy with Nespresso convenience, peole are happy with Nespresso quality. This is hotukdeals not hotukcoffeeesuperiority. It’s a great deal for a Nespresso machine with credit.


Don't talk rubbish, most people haven't got the first clue about coffee, I certainly didn't when buying my Nespresso machine.

I own a Nespresso machine, it's not as quick and easy as you make out, you have to refill the water container, wait for the machine to heat up, the milk goes off VERY quickly in the container, a single capsule is a pathetic amount of coffee so then you need two.
For me the convenience is a great factor but I would never buy such a machine for my home. I prefer the taste of mocha at home or any other fancy espresso machine.

But for the office and at work there is no comparison. You don't need to be close to the kitchen and you can make a decent cup of coffee for fraction of the cost of buying from Costa, Starbucks etc (which I actually can't stand) right next to your desk.

True the recycling is a problem but I buy original and send back to nespresso the pods or recycle them at the office (***) . I tried all other brands of replacements and I found that made the machine leak more and work harder. Once the machine even opened up (pushed the lever up) and spewed coffee everywhere.

At my office we have separate can recycling and they do take the aluminum of the pods (I verified with them). I clean the grounds away and throw the aluminum pod in the recycling bin for cans. All that when I am not lazy. Otherwise they go in the green pouch of nespresso.
thelawnet1 h, 15 m ago

Don't talk rubbish, most people haven't got the first clue about coffee, I …Don't talk rubbish, most people haven't got the first clue about coffee, I certainly didn't when buying my Nespresso machine. I own a Nespresso machine, it's not as quick and easy as you make out, you have to refill the water container, wait for the machine to heat up, the milk goes off VERY quickly in the container, a single capsule is a pathetic amount of coffee so then you need two.


You’re the one talking rubbish mate. This machine doesn’t even have a milk container, it’s an aeroccino. Oh no you have to refill a water container every 6-8 cups and push a button to turn it on, you’re right that’s loads of work compared to making a coffee with a grinder and foaming your own milk. How will people cope with the strain? Can you be any more hyperbolic? If it was as complex as you say it would not be as popular as it is and they would just use traditional methods. As it is for most coffees you push the button, put a pod in, push another button, job done.

Alsonjust becsuse you were clueness anout coffre doesnt mean everyone else is, you’re incredibly naive if you think people think the only way to make a coffee is from a pod and need educating there are other ways.

as I said, there always has to be one person ‘gatekeeping’ on any Nespresso thread so thanks for living up to expectations at the least.
Edited by: "khirsah" 15th Apr
Sold out everywhere
robot10003 h, 14 m ago

Sold out everywhere


Yes I was looking for a store with stock a couple of days ago but nothing anywhere at that time.
AlexHaden14th Apr

Oh, and the Aeroccino is totally amazeawsome


is it just a whisk, I have a aerolatte or something along the name of that. I got it for £6 in pc world last year was wondering if its worth the upgrade. I've already got the bigger nespresso machinebut been tempted in the past to get this
tonyt3rry2 h, 17 m ago

is it just a whisk, I have a aerolatte or something along the name of …is it just a whisk, I have a aerolatte or something along the name of that. I got it for £6 in pc world last year was wondering if its worth the upgrade. I've already got the bigger nespresso machinebut been tempted in the past to get this


It’s like a pot thing, electric, has a small magnetic whisk in the base. Fill milk to fill line, press button, then about 2 mins later, hot milk with tons of froth for a latte or cappuccino

It can also froth cold milk
khirsah21 h, 57 m ago

You’re the one talking rubbish mate. This machine doesn’t even have a milk …You’re the one talking rubbish mate. This machine doesn’t even have a milk container, it’s an aeroccino. Oh no you have to refill a water container every 6-8 cups and push a button to turn it on, you’re right that’s loads of work compared to making a coffee with a grinder and foaming your own milk. How will people cope with the strain? Can you be any more hyperbolic? If it was as complex as you say it would not be as popular as it is and they would just use traditional methods. As it is for most coffees you push the button, put a pod in, push another button, job done. Alsonjust becsuse you were clueness anout coffre doesnt mean everyone else is, you’re incredibly naive if you think people think the only way to make a coffee is from a pod and need educating there are other ways.as I said, there always has to be one person ‘gatekeeping’ on any Nespresso thread so thanks for living up to expectations at the least.


Hahaha love this! That other guy clearly doesnt have a clue does he.
He doesnt even know that Nespresso have NOTHING to do with Nestle! He is probably sat therw with a cup of Maxwell House as we speak hahahaha
Unless I don't know how to press the button, the frother is really bad. worse than any proper espresso machine I've ever used (100-400 pounds range).

too large bubble, separated from the milk, impossible to make even a heart. No way for proper latte art.
chenzz6 h, 12 m ago

Unless I don't know how to press the button, the frother is really bad. …Unless I don't know how to press the button, the frother is really bad. worse than any proper espresso machine I've ever used (100-400 pounds range).too large bubble, separated from the milk, impossible to make even a heart. No way for proper latte art.


Most people using pod machines aren’t loooking to do latte art
This is sold out com
pod coffee tastes like crap. you might as well just get a cafetiere.
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This deal has now ended. I order a second one and picked it up today. The price came up at £120.99 but because I had the email at £89.99 they gave me it at that price.
Brabus_Duddy16th Apr

Hahaha love this! That other guy clearly doesnt have a clue does he.He …Hahaha love this! That other guy clearly doesnt have a clue does he.He doesnt even know that Nespresso have NOTHING to do with Nestle! He is probably sat therw with a cup of Maxwell House as we speak hahahaha


But Nespresso is Nestle........
andyb8311 h, 41 m ago

But Nespresso is Nestle........


Hmmm that is strange. In every Nespresso place they have said they have no afilliation with Nestlé...Either they are lying or they just hate Nestlé cheap crap coffee hahaha
Brabus_Duddy31 m ago

Hmmm that is strange. In every Nespresso place they have said they have no …Hmmm that is strange. In every Nespresso place they have said they have no afilliation with Nestlé...Either they are lying or they just hate Nestlé cheap crap coffee hahaha


Either way, they are wrong. Nespresso is absolutely part of the Nestle group. See below for a link to the Nespresso corporate websire.

History of Nespresso
stephenashforth28 m ago

Either way, they are wrong. Nespresso is absolutely part of the Nestle …Either way, they are wrong. Nespresso is absolutely part of the Nestle group. See below for a link to the Nespresso corporate websire.History of Nespresso


Yes I can view the internet you know
Brabus_Duddy1 h, 24 m ago

Hmmm that is strange. In every Nespresso place they have said they have no …Hmmm that is strange. In every Nespresso place they have said they have no afilliation with Nestlé...Either they are lying or they just hate Nestlé cheap crap coffee hahaha


They have a HQ literally down the road from me in York, within Nestle! Any capsules I've ever had delivered have come from there. I'm guessing that's where the "N" originates from in Nespresso.
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