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Around 40 machines make espresso with the proprietary Nespresso capsules. These machines gain in ease of use, but cost much more to operate, day to day, than a traditional machine, or even a pod machine.
William Fite (quality: 7.0)
Product Reviewed: C190
Bottom Line: Very good but not great. Perfect for the busy person for whom espresso is a beverage and not a religion.
Tom Van de Ven (quality: 7.0)
Product Reviewed: Alessi Coban 04
Bottom Line: Great looking, combined grinder&espresso machine for making a good espresso and great cappucino's!
Steve Oshry (quality: 6.3)
Product Reviewed: D150
Bottom Line: very easy to use, consistent results, easy to maintain, coffee quality is the same. However once you have the real thing, you can't go back to this system!
Simon Atkins (quality: 6.4)
Product Reviewed: Siemans TK50
Bottom Line: Great machine, awful customer service from Nespress.
Product Reviewed: Nespresso
Bottom Line: Machine is good but if you can't get your coffee delivered then the machine is of no use!
Robert Bedwell (quality: 6.7)
Product Reviewed: Nespresso Citiz Milk
Bottom Line: Do a good cost analysis before you purchase. They have a hook on you much like buying razor blades when you buy a razor. A one shot drink will cost you at least 70 cents and most milk/water based drinks will require more than one.
Richard Jarman (quality: 5.7)
Product Reviewed: C90
Bottom Line: Close to perfection for the office-bound shot lover
Peter Chenoweth (quality: 8.5)
Product Reviewed: D90/C90
Bottom Line: If clean-up and ease-of-use are a big issues, and recurring cost is not, these machines are great.
Product Reviewed: Essenzia C100
Bottom Line: I wish i could recommend this product because the coffee is decent when it works right but for this price, there are better alternatives.
McKenna Ross (quality: 8.1)
Product Reviewed: C190
Bottom Line: If you love espresso shots, and love convenience, this is a great machine and an eye-catching conversation piece, too.
Marinos Savvides (quality: 5.8)
Product Reviewed: C250
Bottom Line: This is an excellent all-round buy. Make a perfect espresso time after time with no hassle or mess!
Product Reviewed: D290
Bottom Line: Not worth it! Buy the simpler Nespresso if all you want to do is pour a very quick shot. Otherwise, try a different brand!
Product Reviewed: Maestria
Bottom Line: The machine has mechanical design deficiencies and Nespresso needs to address this rather than blaming the customer.
Kevin Sweeney (quality: 4.5)
Product Reviewed: D-90
Bottom Line: High quality , ultra-easy espresso for under $180!
Product Reviewed: Le Cube
Bottom Line: If you're looking for a quality espresso machine for home and don't want to spend a fortune....Nespresso is the right choice.
Product Reviewed: nespresso lattissima
Bottom Line: The BETAMAX of Coffee. Why pay 60 cents for a cup of espresso when you can make a better cup on a stove top for about 10 cents?
Jim Trascap (quality: 7.0)
Product Reviewed: CitiZ with Milk
Bottom Line: For everyday espresso at home, you really can't beat it.
Jessica Strelecky (quality: 6.0)
Product Reviewed: d290
Bottom Line: with this machine being so user friendly, and the company being devoted to their company- we will be customers for life.
Jeff Gedgaud (quality: 2.0)
Product Reviewed: Nespresso U
Bottom Line: The best espresso you can get cup after cup.
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