Nespresso Magimix M100 Coffee Machine - £70 @ John Lewis with £40 Free Coffee
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Nespresso Magimix M100 Coffee Machine - £70 @ John Lewis with £40 Free Coffee

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Found 27th May 2013
Good Nespresso machine for £70 including £40 worth of Coffee and a 3 year John Lewis warranty.

5 star reviews

Nice simple machine that produces excellent espresso.

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Always be aware that you have to spend the equivalent of about £15 on each packet of coffee. So OK for an 'occasional' drink.

LadyEleanor

Always be aware that you have to spend the equivalent of about £15 on … Always be aware that you have to spend the equivalent of about £15 on each packet of coffee. So OK for an 'occasional' drink.


But perfect, good quality cup every time!

Original Poster

£15 a packet? Maybe if you look at it gram for gram against espresso ground coffee, but you use a hell of a lot more coffee to make an espresso using that. I believe a Nespresso Cap is about 15g for one perfect cup, I use about 30-40g of espresso ground coffee in a stovetop to create the same thing. The Nespresso is slighly more expensive but it saves a lot of time and cleaning up.


LadyEleanor

Always be aware that you have to spend the equivalent of about £15 on … Always be aware that you have to spend the equivalent of about £15 on each packet of coffee. So OK for an 'occasional' drink.

I've just bought this one from amazon as its 80 quid and says it comes with a milk thingy. Seems like a good deal to me with the £40 credit. amazon.co.uk/Kru…V9S
Edited by moderator: "May 27, 2013 11:26" 27th May 2013

That amazon deal is phenomenal. Snap it up! I have the magimix and the krups they are the same machine inside unless this is the manual m100 not the automatic where the only different is having to control the flow of coffee as opposed to it ring preprogrammed.

LadyEleanor

Always be aware that you have to spend the equivalent of about £15 on … Always be aware that you have to spend the equivalent of about £15 on each packet of coffee. So OK for an 'occasional' drink.

utter nonsense. Yes it is a little expensive - you pay for the convenience of no faff and a choice of high quality coffees at your disposal of which you am have any whenever you want instead of grinding in bulk and it going stale.

Original Poster

If that genuinely comes with the milk frother it is an incredible deal, should be listed


turtle37

I've just bought this one from amazon as its 80 quid and says it comes … I've just bought this one from amazon as its 80 quid and says it comes with a milk thingy. Seems like a good deal to me with the £40 credit. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Krups-Nespresso-XN214040-Essenza-Machine/dp/B008YD7V9S

Original Poster

2-4 weeks delivery?


steevo212

If that genuinely comes with the milk frother it is an incredible deal, … If that genuinely comes with the milk frother it is an incredible deal, should be listed

turtle37

I've just bought this one from amazon as its 80 quid and says it comes … I've just bought this one from amazon as its 80 quid and says it comes with a milk thingy. Seems like a good deal to me with the £40 credit. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Krups-Nespresso-XN214040-Essenza-Machine/dp/B008YD7V9S



wow now that is a god deal.. just ordered... cheers both op and above...

"£15 a packet? Maybe if you look at it gram for gram"

I was being positive in saying £15. Not too hard to guess why the web sites prices are hidden. And when all is said and done, you are buying single use portions of ground coffee.

LadyEleanor

"£15 a packet? Maybe if you look at it gram for gram"I was being positive … "£15 a packet? Maybe if you look at it gram for gram"I was being positive in saying £15. Not too hard to guess why the web sites prices are hidden. And when all is said and done, you are buying single use portions of ground coffee.



I don't have one myself as I prefer making coffee from an Italian moka stove top pot, but I got one for my sister recently and you're a bit out I think. I get about 20 or so espresso out of a 250g bag, so about £2-3. Nespresso are 29p a pod, so around £6 for 20...
Edited by: "vaugi" 27th May 2013

For 29p they come last in taste tests being “underwhelming”, “musty” and “watery”.
5 gram of a Nescafe branded stuff in a machine can't be made to match 15 grams from a packet of choice.

Nespresso coffee is 29-35p a cup, therefore £2.90-£3.50 for a sleeve of 10. It's certainly not Nescafé as they have their own pod system, the dolce gusto. Coffee is of personal taste and whilst capsules do work out more per gram they are always fresh and consistent. Each to their own but if Nespresso interests you then try it for yourself, it is good coffee!! Don't listen to the naysayers.

Also LadyElanor, if you're using 15grams per cup then clearly you aren't drinking espresso coffee which is what the Nespresso system caters towards and espresso based drinks.

Take care with the amazon deal, the £40 cashback coffee back offer finishes on the 2nf June, and the amazon item is not in stock 2-4 weeks to wait.

"then try it for yourself, it is good coffee!"

I agree, individual sealed portions of coffee help if you don't go through much at all. The cost and lack of real choice matters less then too.

Heck, some people buy Nescafe religiously so choice is unimportant for some.
BTW It ain't cashback. It is a voucher to buy their ground coffee in individual containers .
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 28th May 2013

Original Poster

I have a great deal for you LadyEleanor

amazon.co.uk/Max…use

Only £9.80 for 750g if you subscribe, and they include a free scoop!

At 5g per cup this works out at below 7p. Yum, and its a real Cappuccino

LadyEleanor

"then try it for yourself, it is good coffee!"I agree, individual sealed … "then try it for yourself, it is good coffee!"I agree, individual sealed portions of coffee help if you don't go through much at all. The cost and lack of real choice matters less then too.Heck, some people buy Nescafe religiously so choice is unimportant for some.BTW It ain't cashback. It is a voucher to buy their ground coffee in individual containers .

They replace the milk fat with vegetable oil. I'm quite undecided whether Nescafe of Maxwell house is the lowest of grades, need more sugar and loads of milk stuff.

Sorry to butt in on your riveting argument but I've now received my machine, comes with latest model aeroccino 3. So with the credit I'm pretty chuffed. I happen to like the coffee as well

Banned

Too good to be true it is

I bought the Krups Essenza with Aeroccino frother bundle from Amazon in March for £77.99. It was the first day off the cashback deal. I posted it here in another Nespresso thread.

As a previous Nespresso 'member' I received two priority claim forms offering a £50 credit. I gave these to friends who received that credit and I also received two £20 credits for 'sponsoring' them. I am also claiming the standard £40 credit myself - though yet to be received. Fingers crossed...

SirHugo

Nothing wrong with the coffee. The trick is to use 2 capsules and drink 2 cups in the morning. rather than 1 weak mug from 1 capsule.
Edited by: "LadyEleanor" 30th May 2013

Original Poster

Good Luck with getting the Voucher in in time

turtle37

Sorry to butt in on your riveting argument but I've now received my … Sorry to butt in on your riveting argument but I've now received my machine, comes with latest model aeroccino 3. So with the credit I'm pretty chuffed. I happen to like the coffee as well

I have a claim form to get 50 of Nespresso credit instead of 40. Machines have to be bought before June 2 and the claim made before the end of June. PM me if interested.
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