Nespresso - Silver 'Prodigio' coffee machine by Magimix 11307 - Was £160, now £80 @ Debenhams
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Nespresso - Silver 'Prodigio' coffee machine by Magimix 11307 - Was £160, now £80 @ Debenhams

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Found 20th Sep 2017
Currently other retailers have it on offer £129.99 (Currys etc) - Good reviews, good price

First Nespresso connected machine which heats up in only 25 seconds. Created to please both Nespresso coffee drinkers and lovers of modern design, 'Prodigio' by Magimix represents the union of functionality and retro modern design, for the perfect espresso every time and all in the comfort of your own home. This stylish and premium finishing, compact design fits perfectly in your kitchen and has 3 cup size. Includes: automatic capsule ejection, rotating water tank, descaling alert and new Nespresso LED to remind the consumer that his/her capsules stock is low (reached the desired threshold) or is empty.



  • Model number: 11307
  • 19 bar pressure
  • Power: 1260 watts
  • Capacity: 0.8 litres
  • Dimensions (HWD): 21.8 x 37.4 x 25.5cm
  • Coffee type: Pods
  • Removable water tank with level indicator
  • Removable drip tray
  • Automatically turns off after 9 minutes
  • Automatic flow stop
  • Includes thermoblock heating
  • Energy saving functionality
  • Descaling alert
  • Exclusively for Nescafe Dolce Gusto capsules


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Picard12321 m ago

Those pods are an environmental disaster.


Any worse than a yoghurt pot, coke can or plastic bottle of water bought on the high street and not recycled?

Worse than the car the person drinking the coffee owns?

Use nespresso caps and they'll collect them and recycle the coffee and pod material.
This looks like a better deal to me as it comes with the milk machine for £20 more
m.debenhams.com/web…795
  • Exclusively for Nescafe Dolce Gusto capsules

Something's not right there..
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Also available from Amazon if you'd prefer:

Nespresso Prodigio Coffee Maker, Silver by Magimix amazon.co.uk/dp/…S3E
  • Exclusively for Nescafe Dolce Gusto capsules

Something's not right there..
All of these machines look nice - but make horrible weak/overpriced espresso.
Klark1 h, 43 m ago

Exclusively for Nescafe Dolce Gusto capsulesSomething's not right there..


Yep the picture shows normal Nespresso caps. Looks like a new cleaned-up design of the older Krups/Magimix Nespresso machines. If the build quaity is as good as the old machines the price is a good bargain.
jhw30 m ago

All of these machines look nice - but make horrible weak/overpriced …All of these machines look nice - but make horrible weak/overpriced espresso.

35p for a good coffee isn't bad. Unless you want to go cheap and use nespresso compatible capsules. Those are horrible!
jhw47 m ago

All of these machines look nice - but make horrible weak/overpriced …All of these machines look nice - but make horrible weak/overpriced espresso.


Agree, do yourself a favour and spend more on a bean to cup machine.
Those pods are an environmental disaster.
humphmeister28 m ago

Agree, do yourself a favour and spend more on a bean to cup machine.

I think the coffee is very good and better than ‘baristas’ most can produce however a lot of people try and get much more than an espresso measure out of it thus don’t appreciate that. Also the variety is nice. Grinding your own and a decent machine is best however and a fair bit cheaper.
I have tried several of these machine now, they all seem to be the same coffee, to be expected with standard pump pressures and so on between machines, they just vary in water capacity and extra feature and looks.
Picard12321 m ago

Those pods are an environmental disaster.


Any worse than a yoghurt pot, coke can or plastic bottle of water bought on the high street and not recycled?

Worse than the car the person drinking the coffee owns?

Use nespresso caps and they'll collect them and recycle the coffee and pod material.
This looks like a better deal to me as it comes with the milk machine for £20 more
m.debenhams.com/web…795
Here’s a better link. nespresso
Edited by: "dreamz" 20th Sep 2017
deeperthought11 m ago

I think the coffee is very good and better than ‘baristas’ most can pro …I think the coffee is very good and better than ‘baristas’ most can produce however a lot of people try and get much more than an espresso measure out of it thus don’t appreciate that. Also the variety is nice. Grinding your own and a decent machine is best however and a fair bit cheaper. I have tried several of these machine now, they all seem to be the same coffee, to be expected with standard pump pressures and so on between machines, they just vary in water capacity and extra feature and looks.


I am no expert, you seem way better informed than me. I bought this courtesy of HUKD and it has been fantastic. One of the best buys I've had from here.

hotukdeals.com/dea…125

Sadly just done a quick search and all the saeco machines now seem way more expensive.
johnnystorm31 m ago

Any worse than a yoghurt pot, coke can or plastic bottle of water bought …Any worse than a yoghurt pot, coke can or plastic bottle of water bought on the high street and not recycled?Worse than the car the person drinking the coffee owns?Use nespresso caps and they'll collect them and recycle the coffee and pod material.


Coke cans etc get recycled.

Cars you need to get around the place, for food delivery etc

Pods you don't need.
humphmeister1 h, 22 m ago

Agree, do yourself a favour and spend more on a bean to cup machine.

Only if you can find a bean to cup that's likely to be still working in 2 or 3 years' time. Most Nespresso machines are very reliable over the long term. This one may be less reliable than others because there's more to go wrong, such as mechanised rather than manual capsule ejection. And I certainly wouldn't buy it for Bluetooth or the app. (I have one that I was given). You'll need a lot more space for a bean to cup, incidentally, and will spend a lot more time maintaining it.
Edited by: "Arold" 20th Sep 2017
Picard1231 h, 10 m ago

Those pods are an environmental disaster.

Nonsense. Send them back to Nespresso for recycling. Just don't buy the non-Nespresso versions.
Picard12320 m ago

Coke cans etc get recycled. Cars you need to get around the place, for …Coke cans etc get recycled. Cars you need to get around the place, for food delivery etc Pods you don't need.


I'm pretty sure that LOADS of coke cans end up in landfill, plenty of people drive when they could walk, buy new cars just for the heck of it and watch TVs that use hundreds of watts of energy.

Singling out a coffee pod seems a bit harsh to be honest. Particularly when if you use the manufacturers own pods they will actively provide you with the means to recycle them at no extra cost to the user.
Picard12320 m ago

Coke cans etc get recycled. Cars you need to get around the place, for …Coke cans etc get recycled. Cars you need to get around the place, for food delivery etc Pods you don't need.

Only a minority of Coke cans get recycled. No one NEEDS a car. A majority of pods DO get recycled (if they come from Nespresso).
As
johnnystorm1 h, 11 m ago

Any worse than a yoghurt pot, coke can or plastic bottle of water bought …Any worse than a yoghurt pot, coke can or plastic bottle of water bought on the high street and not recycled?Worse than the car the person drinking the coffee owns?Use nespresso caps and they'll collect them and recycle the coffee and pod material.


They are a lot worse than even an unrecycled yogurt pot.
I try to recycle mine but there's not many places doing it
Picard12345 m ago

Coke cans etc get recycled. Cars you need to get around the place, for …Coke cans etc get recycled. Cars you need to get around the place, for food delivery etc Pods you don't need.


You so crazy you live in the dreamworld where unicorns dance around hyperspectral rainbows while whistling The Flight of the Bumblebee
1982john18 m ago

They are a lot worse than even an unrecycled yogurt pot.I try to recycle …They are a lot worse than even an unrecycled yogurt pot.I try to recycle mine but there's not many places doing it


I'm interested in why you think this?

Same amount, probably less plastic in a pod. I spend as long having a coffee as I do eating a yoghurt.

You can take your nespresso pods to their shops, any collect plus shop or a passing yodel van will collect, or you could just pop them, tip the coffee on the garden and rinse them in the sink.
Arold2 h, 1 m ago

Only a minority of Coke cans get recycled. No one NEEDS a car. A majority …Only a minority of Coke cans get recycled. No one NEEDS a car. A majority of pods DO get recycled (if they come from Nespresso).


The majority of those pods get a dumped in a landfill or get washed out to sea.

Pods take up to 500 years to breakdown

Even the former boss of Nespresso said that they're an environmental disaster.

abc.net.au/new…810
Wish I liked taste of coffee, love my gadgets. Wasn't interested until I saw there was an app, would be pretty straight forward to get it working with Alexa.

Can you get earl grey tea capsules?
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The Inissa machine at Debenhams is currently £49, down from £90
Picard1237 h, 33 m ago

The majority of those pods get a dumped in a landfill or get washed out to …The majority of those pods get a dumped in a landfill or get washed out to sea.Pods take up to 500 years to breakdownEven the former boss of Nespresso said that they're an environmental disaster.http://www.abc.net.au/news/2016-08-24/former-nespresso-boss-warns-coffee-pods-are-killing-environment/7781810


All of which applies to any other container that doesnt get recycled. Why, specifically is a gram of plastic drom a pod worse than a gram of plastic from a yoghurt pot or a gram of aluminium (from an official pod) worse than a a gram of aluminium from a coke can?

Also, I notice the guy saying they are a disaster is selling a rival product.

And washed out to sea? Really?
Edited by: "johnnystorm" 21st Sep 2017
We recycle everything we can but the pods are impossible to recycle, it seems like such a waste chucking them in the bin. We go through about 250 a week (small business) so that's a lot of wastage.

Gonna switch to bean to cup, gotta do my bit for the environment. Can anyone recommend a machine?

If they switch to a eco friendly recyclable pod then I'll probably jump back on board.
johnnystorm2 h, 19 m ago

All of which applies to any other container that doesnt get recycled. Why, …All of which applies to any other container that doesnt get recycled. Why, specifically is a gram of plastic drom a pod worse than a gram of plastic from a yoghurt pot or a gram of aluminium (from an official pod) worse than a a gram of aluminium from a coke can?Also, I notice the guy saying they are a disaster is selling a rival product. And washed out to sea? Really?


Wow - HUKDs very own Donald Trump. Surprised you didn't utter the words "fake news"
Edited by: "Leonintelex" 21st Sep 2017
deeperthought13 h, 26 m ago

I think the coffee is very good and better than ‘baristas’ most can pro …I think the coffee is very good and better than ‘baristas’ most can produce however a lot of people try and get much more than an espresso measure out of it thus don’t appreciate that. Also the variety is nice. Grinding your own and a decent machine is best however and a fair bit cheaper. I have tried several of these machine now, they all seem to be the same coffee, to be expected with standard pump pressures and so on between machines, they just vary in water capacity and extra feature and looks.


What machines would you recommend? I've got the Nespresso Lattissima but don;t like being tied to the pods and don't really use the latte function as much anymore.
dreamz13 h, 34 m ago

This looks like a better deal to me as it comes with the milk machine for …This looks like a better deal to me as it comes with the milk machine for £20 more http://m.debenhams.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/prod_10701_10001_325004907297_-1?m-referrer=http%3A%2F%2Fm.debenhams.com%2Fwebapp%2Fwcs%2Fstores%2Fservlet%2Fprod_10701_10001_325004906797%3FCMP%3DAFC-CJ-1453124-1546795



If you buy the Nespresso Inissia Coffee Machine, Black by Magimix for £49, you get a "free" milk machine when you buy 150 coffee pods for about £50. Similar to your deal but you get 150 coffees to try out.
Arold12 h, 49 m ago

No one NEEDS a car.


Really? What a very interesting comment. I guess if you are able-bodied and live in a city or large town with good transport links that MAY be true, but if you are disabled and/or live in an area that has no public transport you definitely need a car.
jhw15 h, 49 m ago

All of these machines look nice - but make horrible weak/overpriced …All of these machines look nice - but make horrible weak/overpriced espresso.




Serious question - Are any of these nespresso machines any better than any other nespresso machine, regardless of price?


This was says it heats up water in 25 seconds. So what? What does it do for a hundred and sixty quid (ok, it's half price now, but was £160) that a nespresso machine at 40 quid doesn't?
johnnystorm13 h, 28 m ago

I'm interested in why you think this?Same amount, probably less plastic in …I'm interested in why you think this?Same amount, probably less plastic in a pod. I spend as long having a coffee as I do eating a yoghurt.You can take your nespresso pods to their shops, any collect plus shop or a passing yodel van will collect, or you could just pop them, tip the coffee on the garden and rinse them in the sink.



If you recycle them then there's no problem I'm talking about here if you just chuck them in the bin.

They are inherently difficult to recycle due to the mix of aluminium and plastic

bbc.co.uk/new…927
Stand to be corrected but I thought the genuine Nespresso pods are all aluminium, making them about as difficult to recycle as a drinks can.

I understand other pods may differ in construction materials.
fazzy-bhoy1 h, 12 m ago

Serious question - Are any of these nespresso machines any better than any …Serious question - Are any of these nespresso machines any better than any other nespresso machine, regardless of price?This was says it heats up water in 25 seconds. So what? What does it do for a hundred and sixty quid (ok, it's half price now, but was £160) that a nespresso machine at 40 quid doesn't?



I think the difference is how it looks. The internals should be the same. Maybe the water container size is slightly different but no real difference. This one does have Bluetooth so you can insert the pod, walk away and then use an app on your phone to start making the coffee instead of pressing the start button while you were over there. Bluetooth may even save you 25 seconds in the morning if you use the app to start the pre loaded coffee.
Leonintelex3 h, 51 m ago

We recycle everything we can but the pods are impossible to recycle, it …We recycle everything we can but the pods are impossible to recycle, it seems like such a waste chucking them in the bin. We go through about 250 a week (small business) so that's a lot of wastage.Gonna switch to bean to cup, gotta do my bit for the environment. Can anyone recommend a machine?If they switch to a eco friendly recyclable pod then I'll probably jump back on board.


You can get recycling bags from Nespresso... no need to throw them out and I believe they arrange pickup for that many too! They don't have to be the environmental disaster everyone supposes.
Much better off waiting for their near bi annual release of machines with their free £75 worth of vouchers
humphmeister17 h, 16 m ago

Agree, do yourself a favour and spend more on a bean to cup machine.


Could you recommend one?
1982john1 h, 52 m ago

If you recycle them then there's no problem I'm talking about here if you …If you recycle them then there's no problem I'm talking about here if you just chuck them in the bin.They are inherently difficult to recycle due to the mix of aluminium and plastichttp://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-35605927


Yep and I fully agree with that. My POV was that the idea they are somehow a disaster for the environment when there are plenty of equal or worse offenders. Nobody posts up on cheap mobile phones they are an environmental disaster, or cans of drink, or moulded plastic toys, etc.
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