Sage Nespresso Creatista Royal Champagne Coffee Machine at Argos for £236.99
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Sage Nespresso Creatista Royal Champagne Coffee Machine at Argos for £236.99

£236.99£395.9940%Argos Deals
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Found 3rd Mar
Nescafe does for me but this looks a good deal for coffee connoisseurs.
£399.99 other reputable sellers.
Good reviews and reasonable stock.
2 year guarantee.
  • Coffee options: espresso, cappuccino, latte, americano, ristretto, lungo and latte macchiato.
  • Strength selector.
  • Milk frother.
  • 19 bar pump pressure.
  • Water capacity 1.5 litres.
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I have the plus version of this machine and it’s brilliant. I have gone through the whole “coffee journey” including everything from expensive espresso machines and grinders through to bean to cup and also other pod machines. The grinder/espresso machine option in theory will give you the best coffee. What I found was that it was to difficult to get that fantastic shot of espresso consistently - you had to get grind, pressure, tamp weight all 100% correct to pull the perfect shot - I couldn’t get good enough to get a perfect shot every time. The issue with the bean to cup machine for me was I would fill the bean holder with beans and then be stuck with that variety until it was empty unless I wanted to empty the bean container which was frankly a pain. I started my nespresso experience with their basic machine. This gave me a (for me) good quality espresso shot which was consistent every time. The only thing I couldn’t get was good milk. Using a milk wand manually gave me inconsistent results. I tried various milk frothers but I didn’t like these - I prefer steamed milk which these didn’t do.

I then came across this machine. Not only does it do a good consistent shot it also steams the milk automatically. I do not know if there is a difference between my plus model and this one but with mine I can choose how hot I want the milk and how much foam. This is all programmed using the screen on the top of the machine - press the go button and it heats and froths the milk automatically and even cleans the steam wand once it’s finished. What I have now is consistency of quality and a variety of coffee flavours I can use any time.
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The creatista plus seems to be on offer quite often for £260/£270 think it’d be better waiting for that to come back on offer - voted hot if needing a creatista now
Save your money on these pod machines and get yourself a bean to cup machine. You won’t look back.
Hot for price only
Edited by: "johnny007" 3rd Mar
johnny00734 s ago

Save your money on these pod machines and get yourself a bean to cup …Save your money on these pod machines and get yourself a bean to cup machine. You won’t look back. Hot for price only


Which one would you recommend?
Any of the delonghi range.
With the milk jug will make it more expensive.
But in the long run well worth it.
obi_joe_kenobi111 m ago

The creatista plus seems to be on offer quite often for £260/£270 think i …The creatista plus seems to be on offer quite often for £260/£270 think it’d be better waiting for that to come back on offer - voted hot if needing a creatista now


Hi - what is the major upgrade please between the creatista and the PLUS version? Many thanks for your advice
nadhaw1 h, 21 m ago

Which one would you recommend?


Esam 4200 is brilliant i just got one makes really good coffe and love messing with it check reviews out
I have the plus version of this machine and it’s brilliant. I have gone through the whole “coffee journey” including everything from expensive espresso machines and grinders through to bean to cup and also other pod machines. The grinder/espresso machine option in theory will give you the best coffee. What I found was that it was to difficult to get that fantastic shot of espresso consistently - you had to get grind, pressure, tamp weight all 100% correct to pull the perfect shot - I couldn’t get good enough to get a perfect shot every time. The issue with the bean to cup machine for me was I would fill the bean holder with beans and then be stuck with that variety until it was empty unless I wanted to empty the bean container which was frankly a pain. I started my nespresso experience with their basic machine. This gave me a (for me) good quality espresso shot which was consistent every time. The only thing I couldn’t get was good milk. Using a milk wand manually gave me inconsistent results. I tried various milk frothers but I didn’t like these - I prefer steamed milk which these didn’t do.

I then came across this machine. Not only does it do a good consistent shot it also steams the milk automatically. I do not know if there is a difference between my plus model and this one but with mine I can choose how hot I want the milk and how much foam. This is all programmed using the screen on the top of the machine - press the go button and it heats and froths the milk automatically and even cleans the steam wand once it’s finished. What I have now is consistency of quality and a variety of coffee flavours I can use any time.
outdoorguy49 m ago

I have the plus version of this machine and it’s brilliant. I have gone t …I have the plus version of this machine and it’s brilliant. I have gone through the whole “coffee journey” including everything from expensive espresso machines and grinders through to bean to cup and also other pod machines. The grinder/espresso machine option in theory will give you the best coffee. What I found was that it was to difficult to get that fantastic shot of espresso consistently - you had to get grind, pressure, tamp weight all 100% correct to pull the perfect shot - I couldn’t get good enough to get a perfect shot every time. The issue with the bean to cup machine for me was I would fill the bean holder with beans and then be stuck with that variety until it was empty unless I wanted to empty the bean container which was frankly a pain. I started my nespresso experience with their basic machine. This gave me a (for me) good quality espresso shot which was consistent every time. The only thing I couldn’t get was good milk. Using a milk wand manually gave me inconsistent results. I tried various milk frothers but I didn’t like these - I prefer steamed milk which these didn’t do.I then came across this machine. Not only does it do a good consistent shot it also steams the milk automatically. I do not know if there is a difference between my plus model and this one but with mine I can choose how hot I want the milk and how much foam. This is all programmed using the screen on the top of the machine - press the go button and it heats and froths the milk automatically and even cleans the steam wand once it’s finished. What I have now is consistency of quality and a variety of coffee flavours I can use any time.



Useful info and nicely explained
The difference between this and the plus is the plus has 11 heat setting for milk and Vs 8 the plus has 8 froth settings vs 4 settings
Just the colour options other then that all they are all internally thr same on all Nespresso machine
I have had this machine for about 15 months. The Plus gives you smaller steps between the heat and froth min and max settings and I think the Plus is supposed to heat up a couple of seconds earlier but otherwise very little difference. The Plus does occasionally go down to £270 on Amazon with some sort of Nespresso pod incentive (c£50 worth of coffee) but we're talking about 2-3 24hr price drops per year.


If you're in the market for a Nespresso machine this is a good price for an excellent machine. The steamed milk is far superior to the alternative Nespresso options.
benjaminallen3rd Mar

Esam 4200 is brilliant i just got one makes really good coffe and love …Esam 4200 is brilliant i just got one makes really good coffe and love messing with it check reviews out


What are your settings. I bought one after everyone here raved and I just can’t get a coffee as nice as the nespresso..
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