Nespresso Magimix @ £65 + £40 club reward at Debenhams
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Nespresso Magimix @ £65 + £40 club reward at Debenhams

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Found 20th May
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gavin112 h, 34 m ago

Yes and no. These are primarily aimed at expresso sized measures, While …Yes and no. These are primarily aimed at expresso sized measures, While you can make differing sized cups (I think 50/75/100Ml) its not a mug full. If you wish you can top of a Expresso with hot water more like an Americano style, or use more than 1 pod per cup if you want a big cup of expresso strength coffee.If you want a mug sized coffee you need to look at the Vertu range that can do a bigger cup size, but I've no other experience of it, I did read that that may be like the K-Cup in the USA that it can reject "clone" pods from other makers.When you look at these consider the cost per cup, its almost like razor blades or Printers, they machine is cheap but buying the pods is where the money is made. There is also the waste as each pod is single use.Nespresso has a lot of patents expire a few years ago which is why the 3rd party pods have appeared, but its still cheaper to buy and use a proper ground expresso machine, although granted there is a convenience factor in pods.


Espresso.
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Great deal. Ordered one for work
Product description
Item No. 3250049119
The Nespresso U is a compact motorised brewing unit with a modular design. The Multi position water tank and removable drip tray allows you to adapt the machine to suit your space and needs. It also has automatic piercing, brewing and ejection of capsules and 3 cup lengths.


Nespresso Club Reward Free Nespresso Club Reward with any new Nespresso non-milk coffee machine purchased

Your club reward includes:

  • £40 free credit to use on your next order
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Excuse my ignorance on coffee machines but will this make a large cup of coffee ie mug?
teecee1234 h, 39 m ago

Excuse my ignorance on coffee machines but will this make a large cup of …Excuse my ignorance on coffee machines but will this make a large cup of coffee ie mug?



Yes, but only if you ask it nicely..
teecee1235 h, 12 m ago

Excuse my ignorance on coffee machines but will this make a large cup of …Excuse my ignorance on coffee machines but will this make a large cup of coffee ie mug?


If you want a large mug of coffee you'll need to add hot water.
teecee1235 h, 40 m ago

Excuse my ignorance on coffee machines but will this make a large cup of …Excuse my ignorance on coffee machines but will this make a large cup of coffee ie mug?



Yes and no. These are primarily aimed at expresso sized measures, While you can make differing sized cups (I think 50/75/100Ml) its not a mug full. If you wish you can top of a Expresso with hot water more like an Americano style, or use more than 1 pod per cup if you want a big cup of expresso strength coffee.

If you want a mug sized coffee you need to look at the Vertu range that can do a bigger cup size, but I've no other experience of it, I did read that that may be like the K-Cup in the USA that it can reject "clone" pods from other makers.

When you look at these consider the cost per cup, its almost like razor blades or Printers, they machine is cheap but buying the pods is where the money is made. There is also the waste as each pod is single use.

Nespresso has a lot of patents expire a few years ago which is why the 3rd party pods have appeared, but its still cheaper to buy and use a proper ground expresso machine, although granted there is a convenience factor in pods.
Thanks for the replies I don't drink coffee I want to buy it for DD.
So if I buy this model it produces espresso size only and it should be topped up with water? Are they all the same and produce coffee this way?
Thanks for any advice and guidance coming my way.
Thanks gavin1 have seen your post after posting my last one.
I'll pass the advice onto DD and ask if she's happy with the posted deal or if we are starting to look alternatives.
teecee1232 h, 10 m ago

Thanks for the replies I don't drink coffee I want to buy it for DD. So …Thanks for the replies I don't drink coffee I want to buy it for DD. So if I buy this model it produces espresso size only and it should be topped up with water? Are they all the same and produce coffee this way?Thanks for any advice and guidance coming my way.


You press the button once to dispense the coffee and once that's done, press the same button to dispense just hot water. No need to boil a kettle as well as it wasn't clear from some of these answers!
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teecee12310 h, 44 m ago

Excuse my ignorance on coffee machines but will this make a large cup of …Excuse my ignorance on coffee machines but will this make a large cup of coffee ie mug?


For large mugs you’ll need to use intenso pods like Kazaar, Dharkan, or any pod with high intensity (I’ll say 8+), Nespresso.com use to advice that these pods are good to produce 150ml of coffee+milk (making circa 200ml drinks) but they remove these from the UK website (still available on the us site).

In a nutshell, use intenso pods to make big cups but each pod taste different so it’s important to try various ones to figure out what you’ll like out of them.
teecee12310 h, 42 m ago

Thanks for the replies I don't drink coffee I want to buy it for DD. So …Thanks for the replies I don't drink coffee I want to buy it for DD. So if I buy this model it produces espresso size only and it should be topped up with water? Are they all the same and produce coffee this way?Thanks for any advice and guidance coming my way.


The machines are more alike than that. Almost all of the Netspresso machines are made by one OEM maker, there are different "levels" of machine with different feature but for any given level the internals are identical, they just get different brand names (Krups, Magimix, etc) colour ways and cosmetic styling depending on the brand names request.
gavin112 h, 34 m ago

Yes and no. These are primarily aimed at expresso sized measures, While …Yes and no. These are primarily aimed at expresso sized measures, While you can make differing sized cups (I think 50/75/100Ml) its not a mug full. If you wish you can top of a Expresso with hot water more like an Americano style, or use more than 1 pod per cup if you want a big cup of expresso strength coffee.If you want a mug sized coffee you need to look at the Vertu range that can do a bigger cup size, but I've no other experience of it, I did read that that may be like the K-Cup in the USA that it can reject "clone" pods from other makers.When you look at these consider the cost per cup, its almost like razor blades or Printers, they machine is cheap but buying the pods is where the money is made. There is also the waste as each pod is single use.Nespresso has a lot of patents expire a few years ago which is why the 3rd party pods have appeared, but its still cheaper to buy and use a proper ground expresso machine, although granted there is a convenience factor in pods.


Espresso.
For a mug just use 2 pods
What can you use the Nespresso Club Reward for please? I'm guessing coffee pods.
Edited by: "andersh" 21st May
I have this and think it's rubbish, I prefer to use my old filter coffee machine as I like a good strong mug of coffee. This machine as others have said only does expresso. It's also fidley and noisy and slow.

As you may gather I don't recommend it.
Although I have a different machine to this one, I love mine and use it every day. I only drink black coffee sometimes espresso, sometimes Americano. You can get lungo pods for long coffee as well as regular espresso pods. If your not feeling flush with cash, the Aldi compatible pods are quite good and cheap too ! There is an aerocino for frothing milk which is good, but not great
whereangelsplay3 h, 0 m ago

For a mug just use 2 pods


Or just put same pod through twice that's what I do ... looks very similar to the Aldi coffee machine
sco7t50 m ago

Or just put same pod through twice that's what I do ... looks very similar …Or just put same pod through twice that's what I do ... looks very similar to the Aldi coffee machine


If you like it weak maybe
gavin122 h, 39 m ago

Yes and no. These are primarily aimed at expresso sized measures, While …Yes and no. These are primarily aimed at expresso sized measures, While you can make differing sized cups (I think 50/75/100Ml) its not a mug full. If you wish you can top of a Expresso with hot water more like an Americano style, or use more than 1 pod per cup if you want a big cup of expresso strength coffee.If you want a mug sized coffee you need to look at the Vertu range that can do a bigger cup size, but I've no other experience of it, I did read that that may be like the K-Cup in the USA that it can reject "clone" pods from other makers.When you look at these consider the cost per cup, its almost like razor blades or Printers, they machine is cheap but buying the pods is where the money is made. There is also the waste as each pod is single use.Nespresso has a lot of patents expire a few years ago which is why the 3rd party pods have appeared, but its still cheaper to buy and use a proper ground expresso machine, although granted there is a convenience factor in pods.


The pods can be had for about 8p each if you shop around a bit. That said they won't be the 'proper' ones.

I have this exact machine and it's alright in a morning for a quick easy espresso but I much prefer a AeroPress with good beans.
guezelkuecuek1 h, 18 m ago

The pods can be had for about 8p each if you shop around a bit. That said …The pods can be had for about 8p each if you shop around a bit. That said they won't be the 'proper' ones.I have this exact machine and it's alright in a morning for a quick easy espresso but I much prefer a AeroPress with good beans.


Good point, "Genuine" Netspresso pods vary from 30p or so up to £1 a pod, and I know there is the cheaper end as Nestle's patentsn expired so the cloines could flood the market, However if your buying one of these machines your in it for decent coffee so there little point buying too cheaply

If you only want the occasional coffee then as the pods are sealed and stay fresh for ages then these pod coffee machines are a great coffee solution, if you drink a lot of coffee the cost will add up grinding (or even roasting) you own beans is cheaper..
whereangelsplay5 h, 44 m ago

If you like it weak maybe


It taste just about right to me , and I don't like weak coffee ...
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andersh12 h, 20 m ago

What can you use the Nespresso Club Reward for please? I'm guessing coffee …What can you use the Nespresso Club Reward for please? I'm guessing coffee pods.


Buy anything from Nespresso.com (a machine, pods, cups, chocolate bars, etc) or use it for Nespresso cafe.
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