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Nespresso Inissia Coffee Machine by KRUPS + £40 Nespresso Credit + 3 year guarantee £69.98 @ John Lewis
Nespresso Inissia Coffee Machine by KRUPS + £40 Nespresso Credit +  3 year guarantee £69.98 @ John Lewis

Nespresso Inissia Coffee Machine by KRUPS + £40 Nespresso Credit + 3 year guarantee £69.98 @ John Lewis

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Compact and simple to use, the Nespresso Inissia Coffee Machine by Krups offers a perfect barista style coffee every time, thanks to simple, one touch operation and easy to use Nespresso pods.

Nespresso’s patented extraction system delivers up to 19 bar pressure at precise temperature. Thermoblock technology - the process which heats the water as required, ensures fresh water at the perfect temperature whilst reducing the chance of scaling.
Maintenance is easy with the automatic ejection of the used capsules in a 10 capsule container, so you don’t have to empty the container every time you use the machine. A removable 0.7L water tank ensures you can cater for friends and family easily. An energy saving mode is on hand and provides peace of mind.

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How about this instead though doesn't qualify for immediate delivery, 3 year warranty and may not be eligible for the voucher until Amazon post before end of June (Voucher claim validity period)
amazon.co.uk/d/C…ine
Edited by: "vdey" 18th May

Nespresso deals are pretty rubbish at the moment - got this and aerochino from JL before xmas for £69 and it included £75 of credit not £40

Had been hoping a similar deal would appear with aerochinno as id like another for a gift for someone

Got the same deal as jase at xmas. Sold the aero thingy as drink black coffee. Would definitely buy another one if was £75 of coffee

vdey

How about this instead though doesn't qualify for immediate delivery, 3 … How about this instead though doesn't qualify for immediate delivery, 3 year warranty and may not be eligible for the voucher until Amazon post before end of June (Voucher claim validity period)https://www.amazon.co.uk/d/Coffee-Tea-Espresso/Nespresso-Pixie-Coffee-Machine-by-Magimix-Aluminium/B004P8IPTQ/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1495138882&sr=8-2&keywords=Nespresso+Pixie+Coffee+Machine



Usually 2 to 3 months delivery? Are they making them to order? oO

Pods use 3g of packaging for every 7g of coffee.

DON'T BUY POD MACHINES!

ScroopEgerton

Pods use 3g of packaging for every 7g of coffee.DON'T BUY POD MACHINES!



​They recycle the pods. There's a bag for collecting the used pods and the free post label to post them back.

skwintie

They recycle the pods. There's a bag for collecting the used pods and the … They recycle the pods. There's a bag for collecting the used pods and the free post label to post them back.



Which is great if people actually bother to do that. Bottled water containers are also recyclable very easily but take a look at how many of those end up in landfill.

ScroopEgerton

Pods use 3g of packaging for every 7g of coffee.DON'T BUY POD MACHINES!



I recycle all my pods... just drop them off at via Collect+ or at a Nespresso store. Fantastic service.

As others did, bought the Inissia with Aeroccino for £70 with £75 worth of vouchers after xmas (and the U Milk £60 Amazon deal with £60 of vouchers for the office, plus another for replacing the Inissia) - so actually paying anything for the machine feels like a con! Plus the price of pods went up about 7% recently, so the lower free credit doesn't buy as many pods as it did a month or so ago either.

jase.2

Nespresso deals are pretty rubbish at the moment - got this and aerochino … Nespresso deals are pretty rubbish at the moment - got this and aerochino from JL before xmas for £69 and it included £75 of credit not £40 Had been hoping a similar deal would appear with aerochinno as id like another for a gift for someone



Exactly the same, looking for another for my parents

Lantik

I recycle all my pods... just drop them off at via Collect+ or at a … I recycle all my pods... just drop them off at via Collect+ or at a Nespresso store. Fantastic service.



Where do you get the bags? I didn't know they offered that service

joncoyle87

Where do you get the bags? I didn't know they offered that service



You can ask for them in-store (they often will ask if you need some), or if you order the pods online you can request them with your order. In fact, you can request that they collect the recycling bags from your home when you place your next online order (as you'd need to have them delivered the bags with the first one). It obviously is only for their own pods though as they are working with the aluminium, etc. rather than the plastic that other brands tend to use for nespresso compatible pods.

I bought the £65 pixie from Amazon. ordered Sunday, estimated delivery mid June. had an email on Wednesday, arriving earlier. collecting it this afternoon... total time 6 days, not 2-3 months. ymmv.

joncoyle87

Where do you get the bags? I didn't know they offered that service



​Can get the bags at Doddle as well if store not nearby and drop off used capsules in a bag there as well.

Excuse me being clueless: are these machines compatible with third party stuff or are you locked in? Roughly how cheap can you get the coffee down to per cup if so? Worked out it costs me about 8p a cup for instant stuff, obviously these are better quality.

Also do these only make short espresso style coffee?

HottyHotty

Excuse me being clueless: are these machines compatible with third party … Excuse me being clueless: are these machines compatible with third party stuff or are you locked in? Roughly how cheap can you get the coffee down to per cup if so? Worked out it costs me about 8p a cup for instant stuff, obviously these are better quality.Also do these only make short espresso style coffee?


Yeah, I just top it up with boiling water from the kettle.

The cost of pods wouldn't make this a deal even if the machine were free.

HottyHotty

Excuse me being clueless: are these machines compatible with third party … Excuse me being clueless: are these machines compatible with third party stuff or are you locked in? Roughly how cheap can you get the coffee down to per cup if so? Worked out it costs me about 8p a cup for instant stuff, obviously these are better quality.Also do these only make short espresso style coffee?



There are compatible pods available but not many are passable.. the nespresso ones are probably the best followed by Starbucks (similar price but available at supermarkets; recently on offer but finished now I think). Lidl do a much less pricey one which is ok and I think I read on here that Aldi do one too..

003hungryboys

There are compatible pods available but not many are passable.. the … There are compatible pods available but not many are passable.. the nespresso ones are probably the best followed by Starbucks (similar price but available at supermarkets; recently on offer but finished now I think). Lidl do a much less pricey one which is ok and I think I read on here that Aldi do one too..



The Caffe Vitessa range sold on Amazon are quite nice. NOT nespresso nice but significantly better than the Aldi ones. They are £10 for 50. (Is that 20p each?)

HottyHotty18 h, 58 m ago

Excuse me being clueless: are these machines compatible with third party …Excuse me being clueless: are these machines compatible with third party stuff or are you locked in? Roughly how cheap can you get the coffee down to per cup if so? Worked out it costs me about 8p a cup for instant stuff, obviously these are better quality.Also do these only make short espresso style coffee?


m.ebay.co.uk/itm…038
These work a treat, grind your own coffee then you have the choice of whatever you want and so much more flavour from fresh beans. Remember to descale your machine every 3 months. The nespresso machines are easily the best as they use a 19 bar pump most espresso machines use 15 bar (even the expensive ones). If you like latte or cappuccino I recommend one of these m.johnlewis.com/lav…603 I've had cheap and expensive machines over the years and this combination gives the best results. Hope this helps!
Edited by: "peterkay11" 30th May

Free delivery on 100 pods until Sunday to help you use the credit..
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