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$499.00
1. Nespresso D 290 Espresso Machine,
$199.00
2. Nespresso D150 espresso machine
$499.00
3. Nespresso D290 Espresso Machine,
$199.00
4. Nespresso "D150" Espresso Machine,
$328.99
5. Nespresso D150 Espresso Machine
$399.00
6. Nespresso D 300 Espresso Machine,
$379.00
7. Nespresso C 190 Titanium Ltd.
$585.99
8. Nespresso C190 Espresso Machine
$349.00
9. Nespresso C190 Espresso Machine,
$348.95 list($349.00)
10. Nespresso D250 Chrome Programmable
$399.00
11. Nespresso D300 espresso machine
$349.00
12. Nespresso C 190 Espresso Machine,
$349.00
13. Nespresso D 250 Espresso Machine
$579.99
14. Nespresso D250 Espresso Machine
$814.99
15. Nespresso D290 Espresso Machine
$573.99
16. Nespresso D300 Espresso Machine
$349.98 list($0.00)
17. Nespresso Manual Espresso Machine,
18. Espresso Machine: Nespresso C190
19. Espresso Machine: Nespresso D150
$464.00
20. Espresso Machine: Nespresso D250

1. Nespresso D 290 Espresso Machine, incl. Bonus

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002M9QJW
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Sales Rank: 3834
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

The new Automatic Nespresso Machine was designed by the world-renowned industrial designer Antoine Cahen of Ateliers du Nord in Lausanne, Switzerland, in collaboration with Nespresso. It combines a stylish, sleek exterior design with intelligent digital programming, making the preparation of perfect espresso a pleasurable, no-fuss, no-mess experience. The D290 model does include features such as: Programmable volumetric dosing feature, 19 bar high-pressure pump, Thermostatic control for water temperature, Programmable on/off switching, Descaling alarm depending on water hardness, removable 61oz. Water reservoir, steam and hot water nozzle for cappuccino, cafe latte and other specialty drinks, cup heating plate and chrome/plated capsule holder with built-in filter. As a Bonus, the Nespresso D290 does include a set of espresso cups & saucers as well as 20 capsuls. With the purchase of any of our Nespresso machines, you automatically become a member of the Nespresso club. Through the club, you are able to order your coffee 24 hours a day on the internet, over the phone, by fax or e-mail. Nespresso guarantees that your coffee order will arrive at the address of your choice within two business days. All of our Nespresso machines feature a 1 year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • free shipping within the US incl. Bonus of 2 espresso cups & 20 free capsuls
  • static high pressure pump (19 bar) and thermostatic control for water temperature
  • programmable on/off switching and volumetric dosing (espresso/lungo)
  • descaling alarm depending on water hardness
  • find complete features in product description

2. Nespresso D150 espresso machine

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000TQ4RE
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Sales Rank: 7130
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Features

  • Patented fool-proof system begins with Nespresso's unique single serving coffee capsules.
  • Stainless steel thermoblock heating system
  • Chrome plated capsule holder
  • Free cups and 20 free coffee capsules
  • Steam nozzel for cappuccino and caffe latte.

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Love this machine!
I just received this machine last week. I have to say that I love it! It is so easy to use. A lot of people think that having to order the espresso from the company stinks, but I don't think it's that bad. I save a lot of money compaired to buying my espresso at the coffee shop. The Nespresso coffee is very easy to use and clean up. Makes great latte!

5-0 out of 5 stars Great machine - excellent espresso
I bought this machine about 3 weeks ago at Bloomingdales. My husband was sure that I would not like it - because you MUST use Nespresso coffee pods to make the drinks. The woman in the store was so thrilled with hers she convinced me to buy it. I am SO happy I did. This is an excellent machine - easy to use and the quality of the coffee is outstanding. The crema on the espresso is amazing. The steamer makes hot frothed milk - fast! The pods are so convenient - no mess!

Couple of things I've learned. Warm up the machine. I let one large cup full of water run through before I get started. Froth the milk first - it will stay hot until the espresso is made. It only takes about 3-4 days to get more coffee - but make sure you have it on hand since you must mail order it (via their website or 800 number). It costs about .45 for one pod. I use two in the AM and that is still much less than stopping at my local coffee shop. There are 9 different kinds of coffee - including two decafs...which are great. I paid $199 for the machine - well worth it. ... Read more


3. Nespresso D290 Espresso Machine, Red Incl. Bonus
list price: $499.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0007LRZD2
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso, Switzerland
Sales Rank: 40703
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The amazing performance of our D290 model is now also available in red. The new Automatic Nespresso Machine was designed by the world-renowned industrial designer Antoine Cahen of Ateliers du Nord in Lausanne, Switzerland, in collaboration with Nespresso. It combines a stylish, sleek exterior design with intelligent digital programming, making the preparation of perfect espresso a pleasurable, no-fuss, no-mess experience. The D290 model does include features such as: A special automatic steam nozzle with cappuccino-café latte function for that perfect hot milk froth. Programmable volumetric dosing feature, 19 bar high-pressure pump, Thermostatic control for water temperature, Programmable on/off switching, Automatic function: 2 backlit controls for ease of programming the amount of coffee you desire (small cup / large cup).Decaling alarm depending on water hardness, removable 1.2 ltr. Water reservoir, steam and hot water nozzle for cappuccino, cafe latte and other specialty drinks, cup heating plate and chrome/plated capsule holder with built-in filter. Inbuilt electronic warning sound which indicates when the used capsule receptable is full. Machine cools down automatically 2 minutes after last use of steam function, or by pressing steam button. Machine automatically switches off should the jaw be opened during the preparation of an espresso. As a Bonus, the Nespresso D290 does include a set of espresso cups & saucers as well as 20 capsuls. With the purchase of any of our Nespresso machines, you automatically become a member of the Nespresso club. Through the club, you are able to order your coffee 24 hours a day on the internet, over the phone, by fax or e-mail. Nespresso guarantees that your coffee order will arrive at the address of your choice within two business days. All of our Nespresso machines feature a 1 year warranty. If you wish more information, please do not hesitate to contact our costomer service department at: (239) 596-5695. ... Read more

Features

  • free shipping within the United States incl. Bonus of 2 espresso cups & 20 free capsuls
  • powerful 19 bar high-pressure pump and Programmable on/off switching
  • 2 backlit controls for ease of programming the amount of coffee you desire (small & large)
  • special automatic steam nozzle with cappuccino-café latte function for that perfect hot milk froth
  • see more features in Product Description

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great machine and system, but mediocre capsules
I have had three Nespresso machines for a long time now and use them a lot. My comments concern the Nespresso system rather than any particular machine.

The idea of the capsules rather than using coffee beans requires some trade offs, but has lots of huge advantages. The capsules are super convenient, fast, clean and neat, attractive, and allow you to easily serve a variety of coffee blends (decaf, Latin American, African, pure Arabica, etc, which is fun). A big advantage is that they stay fresh for months at a time, so you can always have them on hand when you need them.

Comparing the Nespresso system with the conventional system shows the value of convenience. Conventional machine: you have to have fresh beans, you have to have an expensive burr grinder (more counter space, more to clean, more to break down), you have to get the fineness of the grind correct, you have to measure the ground coffee accurately, you have to tamp the coffee in the holder correctly, you have to pour the correct amount of water through. This requires a large amount of time, effort, experimentation, patience, and experience. Serving a party of 10 people like this could easily take you an hour, and you are making a lot of noise and not enjoying the party, and making a big mess to clean up later.

A conventional machine could never be used in your office or company kitchen, but a Nespresso machine works out very nicely in that situation.

On the downside, 45 cents or more (for special editions) per shot of espresso is a little expensive compared to doing it with beans. You are limited to the Nespresso capsules, nothing else will come close to working. This means you can't try out the interesting jars of beans at your local coffee shop. There may come a day when the capsules are not available, but I don't see that happening.

The big downside is the quality of the espresso produced by the capsules, and therein is my main gripe. After many years they have recently expanded their offerings from 10 varieties or 15 or so. I haven't tried all the new ones, but I didn't really like any of the old ones. Most of them include some Robusta coffee beans in the blend. That's unusual because gourmet coffee is 100% Arabica, and my opinion is the Robusta is a problem. I have to wonder if Nespresso is trying to cut costs in this most critical aspect of an otherwise first-rate system. However, once or twice a year Nespresso releases a "special blend" for a limited time. This is usually 100% Arabica. In 1998 and 1999, the special blend was very good. In 2000 it was bad but then they released another one in June 2001 that was very good.They have a new, more expensive line of coffees that I haven't yet explored.

The final alternative is the "super-automatic" style machine, that with a single button push automatically grinds the beans, measures, tamps, pours the espresso, and dumps out the spent grounds. That's great but it requires fresh beans and that's a problem for me. I think maybe a food vacuum sealer might solve that problem.

One final comment: Don't fool yourself into thinking that a machine at home, no matter how nice, is going to save you money at Starbucks. Nothing can replace that fad inducing experience.
... Read more


4. Nespresso "D150" Espresso Machine, Incl. Bonus

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00065LF94
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Sales Rank: 1970
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

Nespresso has designed a range of espresso machines specially adapted to its exclusive capsule system. Each Nespresso model incorporates the latest technological features to prepare an espresso under ideal conditions. Our D150 model does include features such as: 19 bar high-pressure pump, stainless steel thermo heating block equipped with a thermostat to guarantee optimal extraction temperature, removable 41oz. water reservoir, steam and hot water nozzle for cappuccino, cafe latte and other specialty drinks, cup heating plate and chrome/plated capsule holder with built-in filter,manual water volume monitoring, 1250 Watts power. As a Bonus, the Nespresso D150 does include a set of espresso cups & saucers as well as 20 capsuls. With the purchase of any of our Nespresso machines, you automatically become a member of the Nespresso club. Through the club, you are able to order your coffee 24 hours a day on the internet, over the phone, by fax or e-mail. Nespresso guarantees that your coffee order will arrive at the address of your choice within two business days. All of our Nespresso machines feature a 1 year warranty. If you wish more information, please do not hesitate to contact our costomer service department at: (239)596-5695 ... Read more

Features

  • free shipping within the United States, incl. Bonus of 2 espresso cups & 20 free capsuls
  • powerfull static high pressure pump (19 bar)
  • stainless steel thermo heating block
  • removable 41oz. water reservoir
  • for complete features please see product description

5. Nespresso D150 Espresso Machine

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0007S5OEW
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Sales Rank: 17355
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

The Nespresso D150 Espresso Machine has a 1.2 liter tank capacity and comes in an ABS plastic and stainless steel body. The D150 Espresso Machine features a removable water tank, thermostatic water temperature control and a steam nozzle and hot water function. ... Read more

Features

  • FREE Shipping Sale!
  • Retail price includes shipping to Continental US
  • Ships in 3 to 5 business days

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great machine and system, but mediocre capsules
I have three Nespresso machines, including this one. My comments concern the Nespresso system rather than any particular machine, but I can't see paying the money for this D150 when for only a little more you can get the D300.

The idea of the capsules rather than using coffee beans requires some trade offs, but has lots of huge advantages. The capsules are super convenient, fast, clean and neat, attractive, and allow you to easily serve a variety of coffee blends (decaf, Latin American, African, pure Arabica, etc, which is fun). A big advantage is that they stay fresh for months at a time, so you can always have them on hand when you need them.

Comparing the Nespresso system with the conventional system shows the value of convenience. Conventional machine: you have to have fresh beans, you have to have an expensive burr grinder (more counter space, more to clean, more to break down), you have to get the fineness of the grind correct, you have to measure the ground coffee accurately, you have to tamp the coffee in the holder correctly, you have to pour the correct amount of water through. This requires a large amount of time, effort, experimentation, patience, and experience. Serving a party of 10 people like this could easily take you an hour, and you are making a lot of noise and not enjoying the party, and making a big mess to clean up later.

A conventional machine could never be used in your office or company kitchen, but a Nespresso machine works out very nicely in that situation.

On the downside, 45 cents or more (for special editions) per shot of espresso is a little expensive compared to doing it with beans. You are limited to the Nespresso capsules, nothing else will come close to working. This means you can't try out the interesting jars of beans at your local coffee shop. There may come a day when the capsules are not available, but I don't see that happening.

The big downside is the quality of the espresso produced by the capsules, and therein is my main gripe. After many years they have recently expanded their offerings from 10 varieties or 15 or so. I haven't tried all the new ones, but I didn't really like any of the old ones. Most of them include some Robusta coffee beans in the blend. That's unusual because gourmet coffee is 100% Arabica, and my opinion is the Robusta is a problem. I have to wonder if Nespresso is trying to cut costs in this most critical aspect of an otherwise first-rate system. However, once or twice a year Nespresso releases a "special blend" for a limited time. This is usually 100% Arabica. In 1998 and 1999, the special blend was very good. In 2000 it was bad but then they released another one in June 2001 that was very good.They have a new, more expensive line of coffees that I haven't yet explored.

The final alternative is the "super-automatic" style machine, that with a single button push automatically grinds the beans, measures, tamps, pours the espresso, and dumps out the spent grounds. That's great but it requires fresh beans and that's a problem for me. I think maybe a food vacuum sealer might solve that problem.

One final comment: Don't fool yourself into thinking that a machine at home, no matter how nice, is going to save you money at Starbucks. Nothing can replace that fad inducing experience.
... Read more


6. Nespresso D 300 Espresso Machine, incl. Bonus

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002M9P84
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Sales Rank: 21499
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

Nespresso has designed a range of espresso machines specially adapted to its exclusive capsule system. Each Nespresso model incorporates the latest technological features to prepare an espresso under ideal conditions: The D300 model does include features such as: Programmable volumetric dosing feature, 19 bar high-pressure pump, stainless steel thermo heating block equipped with a thermostat to guarantee optimal extraction temperature, Programmable on/off switching, Descaling alarm depending on water hardness, removable 61oz. water reservoir, steam and hot water nozzle for cappuccino, cafe latte and other specialty drinks, cup heating plate and chrome/plated capsule holder with built-in filter. As a Bonus, the Nespresso D300 does include a set of espresso cups & saucers as well as 20 capsuls. With the purchase of any of our Nespresso machines, you automatically become a member of the Nespresso club. Through the club, you are able to order your coffee 24 hours a day on the internet, over the phone, by fax or e-mail. Nespresso guarantees that your coffee order will arrive at the address of your choice within two business days. All of our Nespresso machines feature a 1 year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • free shipping within USA incl. Bonus of 2 espresso cups & 20 free capsuls
  • static high pressure pump (19 bar)
  • programmable on/off switching
  • descaling alarm depending on water hardness
  • find complete features in product description

7. Nespresso C 190 Titanium Ltd. Edition Espresso Machine incl. Bonus

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002M9GYW
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Sales Rank: 48669
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

This limited edition of the C190 model expresses its distinction with its Titanium color design. The Nespresso Range of machines has resulted from intensive research and development. Incorporating the most sophisticated technological components, each machine in the Nespresso range is fitted with an extraction system specially adapted to the Nespresso capsule which guarantees the optimal extraction of coffee. Born of the ingenuity of a highly creative international designer, the Nespresso C190 Concept Machine is a breakthrough in the world of coffee machines. Its modern attractiveness completely differentiates it from the more classically designed espresso machine models on the market. With its distinctively rounded lines and versatile colors, the Concept Machine is regarded as a functional art object worthy of display outside the kitchen environment. Comprising a completely new jaw device which enables the easy control of coffee preparation and additionally the ejection of the used capsule into an internal container. The Concept Machine provides ultimate simplicity of use and cleanliness. Nespresso's C190 Titatnium does include features such as: a powerful 19 bar pump, automatic ejection of used capsules into a collection receptacle, steam function for perfect cappuccino cream, temperature regulation system, removable water tank, ABS housing, manual volume control, hot water function for tea and other drings and more. As a Bonus, the Nespresso C190 does include a set of espresso cups & saucers as well as 20 capsuls. With the purchase of any of our Nespresso machines, you automatically become a member of the Nespresso club. Through the club, you are able to order your coffee 24 hours a day on the internet, over the phone, by fax or e-mail. Nespresso guarantees that your coffee order will arrive at the address of your choice within two business days. All of our Nespresso machines feature a 1 year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • free shipping within the United States incl. Bonus of 2 espresso cups & 20 free capsuls
  • automatic ejection of used capsules into the collection receptacle
  • powerful 19 bar pump
  • temperature regulation system and steam function for cappuccino
  • find complete features in product description

8. Nespresso C190 Espresso Machine

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0007S5OEC
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Sales Rank: 60069
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

The Nespresso C190 Espresso Machine has a 1.2 liter tank capacity and comes in an ABS plastic body. The Nespresso C190 Espresso Machine features a steam nozzle and hot water function, a removable water tank and is available in several colors. ... Read more

Features

  • FREE Shipping Sale!
  • Retail price includes shipping to Continental US
  • Ships in 3 to 5 business days

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great machine and system, but mediocre capsules
I have had three Nespresso machines for a long time now and use them a lot. My comments concern the Nespresso system rather than any particular machine.

The idea of the capsules rather than using coffee beans requires some trade offs, but has lots of huge advantages. The capsules are super convenient, fast, clean and neat, attractive, and allow you to easily serve a variety of coffee blends (decaf, Latin American, African, pure Arabica, etc, which is fun). A big advantage is that they stay fresh for months at a time, so you can always have them on hand when you need them.

Comparing the Nespresso system with the conventional system shows the value of convenience. Conventional machine: you have to have fresh beans, you have to have an expensive burr grinder (more counter space, more to clean, more to break down), you have to get the fineness of the grind correct, you have to measure the ground coffee accurately, you have to tamp the coffee in the holder correctly, you have to pour the correct amount of water through. This requires a large amount of time, effort, experimentation, patience, and experience. Serving a party of 10 people like this could easily take you an hour, and you are making a lot of noise and not enjoying the party, and making a big mess to clean up later.

A conventional machine could never be used in your office or company kitchen, but a Nespresso machine works out very nicely in that situation.

On the downside, 45 cents or more (for special editions) per shot of espresso is a little expensive compared to doing it with beans. You are limited to the Nespresso capsules, nothing else will come close to working. This means you can't try out the interesting jars of beans at your local coffee shop. There may come a day when the capsules are not available, but I don't see that happening.

The big downside is the quality of the espresso produced by the capsules, and therein is my main gripe. After many years they have recently expanded their offerings from 10 varieties or 15 or so. I haven't tried all the new ones, but I didn't really like any of the old ones. Most of them include some Robusta coffee beans in the blend. That's unusual because gourmet coffee is 100% Arabica, and my opinion is the Robusta is a problem. I have to wonder if Nespresso is trying to cut costs in this most critical aspect of an otherwise first-rate system. However, once or twice a year Nespresso releases a "special blend" for a limited time. This is usually 100% Arabica. In 1998 and 1999, the special blend was very good. In 2000 it was bad but then they released another one in June 2001 that was very good.They have a new, more expensive line of coffees that I haven't yet explored.

The final alternative is the "super-automatic" style machine, that with a single button push automatically grinds the beans, measures, tamps, pours the espresso, and dumps out the spent grounds. That's great but it requires fresh beans and that's a problem for me. I think maybe a food vacuum sealer might solve that problem.

One final comment: Don't fool yourself into thinking that a machine at home, no matter how nice, is going to save you money at Starbucks. Nothing can replace that fad inducing experience.
... Read more


9. Nespresso C190 Espresso Machine, Black incl. Bonus

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002M8QPM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Sales Rank: 8883
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

The Nespresso Range of machines has resulted from intensive research and development. Incorporating the most sophisticated technological components, each machine in the Nespresso range is fitted with an extraction system specially adapted to the Nespresso capsule which guarantees the optimal extraction of coffee. Born of the ingenuity of a highly creative international designer, the Nespresso C190 Concept Machine is a breakthrough in the world of coffee machines. Its modern attractiveness completely differentiates it from the more classically designed espresso machine models on the market. With its distinctively rounded lines and versatile colors, the Concept Machine is regarded as a functional art object worthy of display outside the kitchen environment. Comprising a completely new jaw device which enables the easy control of coffee preparation and additionally the ejection of the used capsule into an internal container. The Concept Machine provides ultimate simplicity of use and cleanliness. Nespresso's C190 does include features such as: a powerful 19 bar pump, automatic ejection of used capsules into a collection receptacle, steam function for perfect cappuccino cream, temperature regulation system, removable water tank, ABS housing, manual volume control and more. As a Bonus, the Nespresso C190 does include a set of espresso cups & saucers as well as 20 capsuls. With the purchase of any of our Nespresso machines, you automatically become a member of the Nespresso club. Through the club, you are able to order your coffee 24 hours a day on the internet, over the phone, by fax or e-mail. Nespresso guarantees that your coffee order will arrive at the address of your choice within two business days. All of our Nespresso machines feature a 1 year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • free shipping within the United States incl. Bonus of 2 espresso cups & 20 free capsuls
  • powerful 19 bar pump
  • automatic ejection of used capsules into a collection receptacle
  • steam function for perfect cappuccino cream
  • see more features in Product Description

10. Nespresso D250 Chrome Programmable Espresso Machine 61-oz.
list price: $349.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00004SGGO
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso USA Inc.
Sales Rank: 18659
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

This compact espresso machine provides a lot of service for its size. Its sleek, timeless design has minimum buttons for maximum functionality. The preset buttons for single and double shots mean you won't have to guess when the brewing's done, though you can reprogram those settings to customize the strength of the espresso you make. The steam/hot water attachment is easy to use: just press the appropriate button and wait a few seconds, then froth some milk or dispense hot water for tea, instant soup, or other hot-water needs.

This machine uses custom capsules of espresso. The small plastic capsules are premeasured for one use each, and refills are available in a variety of roasts, from mellow and delicate to intense and strong. Just plop a capsule in the capsule holder and slip it into the spout ring, which has an attachment that punctures a hole in the capsule and perforates the bottom. After making the coffee, tip the used capsule into the garbage can and you're ready to brew again. The catch is that you can only use these capsules, not any other ground espresso, so you'll be required to stock up; there are a variety of coffee types available, however, including decaffeinated. The capsules can be purchased from Nespresso, either by phone or at their web site. --Cynthia Nims

Editor's note: This item may arrive with water inside from the manufacturer's pressure test. This is a normal occurrence and doesn't point to a problem with the machine. ... Read more

Features

  • Model #: D250
  • Pressure Method: Pump
  • Capacity: 61-oz. Water Tank
  • Dimensions: 9.1 x 10.7 x 11.2-in.
  • Volts/Watts: 1200 Watts

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Expresso Made EZ
This is one of the easiest ro use products I have ever seen. By utilizing a pre-packed cannisters and there is virtually no effort involved to make an excellent cup of expresso. Furthermore due to the pre-packaged system clean up is now a breeze. No dealing with grounds everywhere. Simply throw away the used canister, wipe down the foamer and your done. ... Read more


11. Nespresso D300 espresso machine

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000E2Y4K
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Sales Rank: 42698
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Features

  • Patented fool-proof system begins with Nespresso's unique single serving coffee capsules.
  • Stainless steel thermoblock heating system
  • Programmable automatic volume control
  • Electronic water temperature control
  • Steam nozzel for cappuccino and caffe latte.

12. Nespresso C 190 Espresso Machine, Blue incl. Bonus
list price: $349.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002M91J2
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Sales Rank: 41415
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

The Nespresso Range of machines has resulted from intensive research and development. Incorporating the most sophisticated technological components, each machine in the Nespresso range is fitted with an extraction system specially adapted to the Nespresso capsule which guarantees the optimal extraction of coffee. Born of the ingenuity of a highly creative international designer, the Nespresso C190 Concept Machine is a breakthrough in the world of coffee machines. Its modern attractiveness completely differentiates it from the more classically designed espresso machine models on the market. With its distinctively rounded lines and versatile colors, the Concept Machine is regarded as a functional art object worthy of display outside the kitchen environment. Comprising a completely new jaw device which enables the easy control of coffee preparation and additionally the ejection of the used capsule into an internal container. The Concept Machine provides ultimate simplicity of use and cleanliness. Nespresso's C190 does include features such as: a powerful 19 bar pump, automatic ejection of used capsules into a collection receptacle, steam function for perfect cappuccino cream, temperature regulation system, 1.2 ltr, removable water tank, ABS housing, manual volume control, hot water function for tea and other drinks and more. As a Bonus, the Nespresso C190 does include a set of espresso cups & saucers as well as 20 capsuls. With the purchase of any of our Nespresso machines, you automatically become a member of the Nespresso club. Through the club, you are able to order your coffee 24 hours a day on the internet, over the phone, by fax or e-mail. Nespresso guarantees that your coffee order will arrive at the address of your choice within two business days. All of our Nespresso machines feature a 1 year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • free shipping within the United States incl. Bonus of 2 espresso cups & 20 free capsuls
  • powerful 19 bar pump
  • Automatic ejection of used capsules into the collection receptacle
  • Steam function for cappuccino
  • find all features in the product description

13. Nespresso D 250 Espresso Machine incl. Bonus

(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002M9M8M
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Sales Rank: 31705
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Product Description

Nespresso has designed a range of espresso machines specially adapted to its exclusive capsule system. Each Nespresso model incorporates the latest technological features to prepare an espresso under ideal conditions. Our D250 model does include features such as: Programmable volumetric dosing feature, 19 bar high-pressure pump, stainless steel thermo heating block equipped with a thermostat to guarantee optimal extraction temperature, removable 61oz. Water reservoir, steam and hot water nozzle for cappuccino, cafe latte and other specialty drinks, cup heating plate and chrome/plated capsule holder with built-in filter. As a Bonus, the Nespresso D250 does include a set of espresso cups & saucers as well as 20 capsuls. With the purchase of any of our Nespresso machines, you automatically become a member of the Nespresso club. Through the club, you are able to order your coffee 24 hours a day on the internet, over the phone, by fax or e-mail. Nespresso guarantees that your coffee order will arrive at the address of your choice within two business days. All of our Nespresso machines feature a 1 year warranty. ... Read more

Features

  • free shipping within the United States, incl. Bonus of 2 espresso cups & 20 free capsuls
  • static high pressure pump (19 bar)
  • programmable volumetric dosing
  • materials: silver grey metal and chromium
  • find complete features in product description

14. Nespresso D250 Espresso Machine

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Asin: B0007S5OF6
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Nespresso D250 Espresso Machine has a 1.8 liter tank capacity and comes in a silver grey metal and Chromium body. The Nespresso D250 Espresso Machine features programmable volumetric dosing, thermostatic water temperature control and a removable water tank. ... Read more

Features

  • FREE Shipping Sale!
  • Retail price includes shipping to Continental US
  • Ships in 3 to 5 business days

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great machine and system, but mediocre capsules
I have had three Nespresso machines for a long time now and use them a lot. My comments concern the Nespresso system rather than any particular machine.

The idea of the capsules rather than using coffee beans requires some trade offs, but has lots of huge advantages. The capsules are super convenient, fast, clean and neat, attractive, and allow you to easily serve a variety of coffee blends (decaf, Latin American, African, pure Arabica, etc, which is fun). A big advantage is that they stay fresh for months at a time, so you can always have them on hand when you need them.

Comparing the Nespresso system with the conventional system shows the value of convenience. Conventional machine: you have to have fresh beans, you have to have an expensive burr grinder (more counter space, more to clean, more to break down), you have to get the fineness of the grind correct, you have to measure the ground coffee accurately, you have to tamp the coffee in the holder correctly, you have to pour the correct amount of water through. This requires a large amount of time, effort, experimentation, patience, and experience. Serving a party of 10 people like this could easily take you an hour, and you are making a lot of noise and not enjoying the party, and making a big mess to clean up later.

A conventional machine could never be used in your office or company kitchen, but a Nespresso machine works out very nicely in that situation.

On the downside, 45 cents or more (for special editions) per shot of espresso is a little expensive compared to doing it with beans. You are limited to the Nespresso capsules, nothing else will come close to working. This means you can't try out the interesting jars of beans at your local coffee shop. There may come a day when the capsules are not available, but I don't see that happening.

The big downside is the quality of the espresso produced by the capsules, and therein is my main gripe. After many years they have recently expanded their offerings from 10 varieties or 15 or so. I haven't tried all the new ones, but I didn't really like any of the old ones. Most of them include some Robusta coffee beans in the blend. That's unusual because gourmet coffee is 100% Arabica, and my opinion is the Robusta is a problem. I have to wonder if Nespresso is trying to cut costs in this most critical aspect of an otherwise first-rate system. However, once or twice a year Nespresso releases a "special blend" for a limited time. This is usually 100% Arabica. In 1998 and 1999, the special blend was very good. In 2000 it was bad but then they released another one in June 2001 that was very good.They have a new, more expensive line of coffees that I haven't yet explored.

The final alternative is the "super-automatic" style machine, that with a single button push automatically grinds the beans, measures, tamps, pours the espresso, and dumps out the spent grounds. That's great but it requires fresh beans and that's a problem for me. I think maybe a food vacuum sealer might solve that problem.

One final comment: Don't fool yourself into thinking that a machine at home, no matter how nice, is going to save you money at Starbucks. Nothing can replace that fad inducing experience.
... Read more


15. Nespresso D290 Espresso Machine

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Asin: B0007S5OQK
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Nespresso D290 Espresso Machine is beautifully sculpted in a polished chrome body. Featuring a 1.2 liter tank, the D290 has a built-in electronic warning sound which indicates when the used capsule receptacle is full, electronic temperature regulation and a removable water tank. ... Read more

Features

  • FREE Shipping Sale!
  • Retail price includes shipping to Continental US
  • Ships in 3 to 5 business days

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great machine and system, but mediocre capsules
I have had three Nespresso machines for a long time now and use them a lot. My comments concern the Nespresso system rather than any particular machine.

The idea of the capsules rather than using coffee beans requires some trade offs, but has lots of huge advantages. The capsules are super convenient, fast, clean and neat, attractive, and allow you to easily serve a variety of coffee blends (decaf, Latin American, African, pure Arabica, etc, which is fun). A big advantage is that they stay fresh for months at a time, so you can always have them on hand when you need them.

Comparing the Nespresso system with the conventional system shows the value of convenience. Conventional machine: you have to have fresh beans, you have to have an expensive burr grinder (more counter space, more to clean, more to break down), you have to get the fineness of the grind correct, you have to measure the ground coffee accurately, you have to tamp the coffee in the holder correctly, you have to pour the correct amount of water through. This requires a large amount of time, effort, experimentation, patience, and experience. Serving a party of 10 people like this could easily take you an hour, and you are making a lot of noise and not enjoying the party, and making a big mess to clean up later.

A conventional machine could never be used in your office or company kitchen, but a Nespresso machine works out very nicely in that situation.

On the downside, 45 cents or more (for special editions) per shot of espresso is a little expensive compared to doing it with beans. You are limited to the Nespresso capsules, nothing else will come close to working. This means you can't try out the interesting jars of beans at your local coffee shop. There may come a day when the capsules are not available, but I don't see that happening.

The big downside is the quality of the espresso produced by the capsules, and therein is my main gripe. After many years they have recently expanded their offerings from 10 varieties or 15 or so. I haven't tried all the new ones, but I didn't really like any of the old ones. Most of them include some Robusta coffee beans in the blend. That's unusual because gourmet coffee is 100% Arabica, and my opinion is the Robusta is a problem. I have to wonder if Nespresso is trying to cut costs in this most critical aspect of an otherwise first-rate system. However, once or twice a year Nespresso releases a "special blend" for a limited time. This is usually 100% Arabica. In 1998 and 1999, the special blend was very good. In 2000 it was bad but then they released another one in June 2001 that was very good.They have a new, more expensive line of coffees that I haven't yet explored.

The final alternative is the "super-automatic" style machine, that with a single button push automatically grinds the beans, measures, tamps, pours the espresso, and dumps out the spent grounds. That's great but it requires fresh beans and that's a problem for me. I think maybe a food vacuum sealer might solve that problem.

One final comment: Don't fool yourself into thinking that a machine at home, no matter how nice, is going to save you money at Starbucks. Nothing can replace that fad inducing experience.
... Read more


16. Nespresso D300 Espresso Machine

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Asin: B0007S5OEM
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Nespresso D300 Espresso Machine has a 1.8 liter tank capacity and comes in a silver grey metal and Chromium body. The Nespresso D300 Espresso Machine features a programmable power switch, programmable volumetric dosing and a removable water tank. ... Read more

Features

  • FREE Shipping Sale!
  • Retail price includes shipping to Continental US
  • Ships in 3 to 5 business days

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great machine and system, but mediocre capsules
I have had three Nespresso machines for a long time now and use them a lot. My comments concern the Nespresso system rather than any particular machine.

The idea of the capsules rather than using coffee beans requires some trade offs, but has lots of huge advantages. The capsules are super convenient, fast, clean and neat, attractive, and allow you to easily serve a variety of coffee blends (decaf, Latin American, African, pure Arabica, etc, which is fun). A big advantage is that they stay fresh for months at a time, so you can always have them on hand when you need them.

Comparing the Nespresso system with the conventional system shows the value of convenience. Conventional machine: you have to have fresh beans, you have to have an expensive burr grinder (more counter space, more to clean, more to break down), you have to get the fineness of the grind correct, you have to measure the ground coffee accurately, you have to tamp the coffee in the holder correctly, you have to pour the correct amount of water through. This requires a large amount of time, effort, experimentation, patience, and experience. Serving a party of 10 people like this could easily take you an hour, and you are making a lot of noise and not enjoying the party, and making a big mess to clean up later.

A conventional machine could never be used in your office or company kitchen, but a Nespresso machine works out very nicely in that situation.

On the downside, 45 cents or more (for special editions) per shot of espresso is a little expensive compared to doing it with beans. You are limited to the Nespresso capsules, nothing else will come close to working. This means you can't try out the interesting jars of beans at your local coffee shop. There may come a day when the capsules are not available, but I don't see that happening.

The big downside is the quality of the espresso produced by the capsules, and therein is my main gripe. After many years they have recently expanded their offerings from 10 varieties or 15 or so. I haven't tried all the new ones, but I didn't really like any of the old ones. Most of them include some Robusta coffee beans in the blend. That's unusual because gourmet coffee is 100% Arabica, and my opinion is the Robusta is a problem. I have to wonder if Nespresso is trying to cut costs in this most critical aspect of an otherwise first-rate system. However, once or twice a year Nespresso releases a "special blend" for a limited time. This is usually 100% Arabica. In 1998 and 1999, the special blend was very good. In 2000 it was bad but then they released another one in June 2001 that was very good.They have a new, more expensive line of coffees that I haven't yet explored.

The final alternative is the "super-automatic" style machine, that with a single button push automatically grinds the beans, measures, tamps, pours the espresso, and dumps out the spent grounds. That's great but it requires fresh beans and that's a problem for me. I think maybe a food vacuum sealer might solve that problem.

One final comment: Don't fool yourself into thinking that a machine at home, no matter how nice, is going to save you money at Starbucks. Nothing can replace that fad inducing experience.
... Read more


17. Nespresso Manual Espresso Machine, C190
list price: $0.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000CF69M
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Sales Rank: 110678
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The ultimate in espresso-making in technology! Machine uses unique Nespresso capsules to make superior espresso drinks with ease, then automatically ejects used capsule into collection receptacle, so there's no mess! Features steam function for cappuccino, 19 bar pump and temperature regulation system so you're drink turns out just right. Removable 41 oz. water tank. Model #C190. ... Read more

Features

  • Model C 190
  • Dimensions approximately: 7 1/2" W x 14" D (including handle) x 12 1/2" H; Cord length 44"
  • High pressure pum system provides up to 19 Bars pressure
  • Operates with Nespresso capsules only, available exclusively from the Nespresso Club (order form included)
  • 20 Nespresso capsules included, assorted blends

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great machine and system, but mediocre capsules
I have had three Nespresso machines for a long time now and use them a lot. My comments concern the Nespresso system rather than any particular machine.

The idea of the capsules rather than using coffee beans requires some trade offs, but has lots of huge advantages. The capsules are super convenient, fast, clean and neat, attractive, and allow you to easily serve a variety of coffee blends (decaf, Latin American, African, pure Arabica, etc, which is fun). A big advantage is that they stay fresh for months at a time, so you can always have them on hand when you need them.

Comparing the Nespresso system with the conventional system shows the value of convenience. Conventional machine: you have to have fresh beans, you have to have an expensive burr grinder (more counter space, more to clean, more to break down), you have to get the fineness of the grind correct, you have to measure the ground coffee accurately, you have to tamp the coffee in the holder correctly, you have to pour the correct amount of water through. This requires a large amount of time, effort, experimentation, patience, and experience. Serving a party of 10 people like this could easily take you an hour, and you are making a lot of noise and not enjoying the party, and making a big mess to clean up later.

A conventional machine could never be used in your office or company kitchen, but a Nespresso machine works out very nicely in that situation.

On the downside, 45 cents or more (for special editions) per shot of espresso is a little expensive compared to doing it with beans. You are limited to the Nespresso capsules, nothing else will come close to working. This means you can't try out the interesting jars of beans at your local coffee shop. There may come a day when the capsules are not available, but I don't see that happening.

The big downside is the quality of the espresso produced by the capsules, and therein is my main gripe. After many years they have recently expanded their offerings from 10 varieties or 15 or so. I haven't tried all the new ones, but I didn't really like any of the old ones. Most of them include some Robusta coffee beans in the blend. That's unusual because gourmet coffee is 100% Arabica, and my opinion is the Robusta is a problem. I have to wonder if Nespresso is trying to cut costs in this most critical aspect of an otherwise first-rate system. However, once or twice a year Nespresso releases a "special blend" for a limited time. This is usually 100% Arabica. In 1998 and 1999, the special blend was very good. In 2000 it was bad but then they released another one in June 2001 that was very good.They have a new, more expensive line of coffees that I haven't yet explored.

The final alternative is the "super-automatic" style machine, that with a single button push automatically grinds the beans, measures, tamps, pours the espresso, and dumps out the spent grounds. That's great but it requires fresh beans and that's a problem for me. I think maybe a food vacuum sealer might solve that problem.

One final comment: Don't fool yourself into thinking that a machine at home, no matter how nice, is going to save you money at Starbucks. Nothing can replace that fad inducing experience.

5-0 out of 5 stars LOVE THIS MACHINE!!!
I'm a daily capuccino/espresso drinker.I bought this machine about a month ago to replace another espresso machine that I had.
The Nespresso makes wonderful tasting espresso with the most beautiful crema I've ever seen.I also love "perfect" foam and this machine makes it in less than half the time of my other machine.
I think my kids could use this machine it is so easy and almost totally mess free.I can make a capuccino, clean up included, in less than 5 minutes in the morning before work.
My only concern when I bought the machine was that I was going to have to buy the Nespresso pods to use with it.I bought the sampler pack and found a couple that are my favorites and now just buy as needed.It's really nice to have it delivered right to my door only a couple of days after ordering.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent espresso, Easy to use
Whats good:
-smoothest best espresso with excellent crema
-coffee canisters are pressure sealed and do not open until the machine pops them open
-espresso is always fresh
-10 different types of espresso including two decafs
-quick, the little coffee canister goes in the machine and you are brewing
-quick, when done you lift the handle and the canister plunks down into a holding bin. You add a new canister and you are brewing your second cup in no time.
-no grinding, packing, messy with grinds all over the place
-very easy to clean, has a deep dish on the bottom. You just run some extra water through and you're done.

What could be better:
-Ability to buy canisters from more than one manufacturer
-Ability to buy the canisters at the supermarket (currently only available over the phone or internet)
-takes a bit of practice to get the steamed milk right, but all espresso machines are like this

5-0 out of 5 stars Fabulous, Fun, Easy-to-Use!
My daughter bought me a Nespresso Concept espresso machine for Christmas this year. She did a lot of research to find a machine that would be easy to use and produce excellent results. I would say that she hit a bull's eye with this machine! It is so simple to use that anyone could make a perfect cup of espresso immediately. The machine uses individual espresso coffee packets to brew the coffee. The packets are not expensive (about $.45 each)and come in many different strengths. When you purchase the packets from the Nespresso company, they arrive in two business days. Buying the coffee in the packets is so nice because I live in a small, midwest town where purchasing espresso coffees locally would be impossible. This way, I have access to excellent espresso coffees that are perfectly measured and produce delicious coffee time after time. These machines are pricey, but the company stands by its product to such an extent that if there is ever any problem with it, the company will repair or replace it free of charge. If you have been comtemplating the purchase of an espresso machine, please give serious consideration to this machine. You will not be sorry! ... Read more


18. Espresso Machine: Nespresso C190

Asin: B0002VQQ1E
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
Sales Rank: 134651
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Nespresso C190 Espresso Machine has a 1.2 liter tank capacity and comes in an ABS plastic body. The Nespresso C190 Espresso Machine features a steam nozzle and hot water function, a removable water tank and is available in several colors. ... Read more

Features

  • We pay your Sales Tax!
  • Shipping is free in Continental US.

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Great machine and system, but mediocre capsules
I have had three Nespresso machines for a long time now and use them a lot. My comments concern the Nespresso system rather than any particular machine.

The idea of the capsules rather than using coffee beans requires some trade offs, but has lots of huge advantages. The capsules are super convenient, fast, clean and neat, attractive, and allow you to easily serve a variety of coffee blends (decaf, Latin American, African, pure Arabica, etc, which is fun). A big advantage is that they stay fresh for months at a time, so you can always have them on hand when you need them.

Comparing the Nespresso system with the conventional system shows the value of convenience. Conventional machine: you have to have fresh beans, you have to have an expensive burr grinder (more counter space, more to clean, more to break down), you have to get the fineness of the grind correct, you have to measure the ground coffee accurately, you have to tamp the coffee in the holder correctly, you have to pour the correct amount of water through. This requires a large amount of time, effort, experimentation, patience, and experience. Serving a party of 10 people like this could easily take you an hour, and you are making a lot of noise and not enjoying the party, and making a big mess to clean up later.

A conventional machine could never be used in your office or company kitchen, but a Nespresso machine works out very nicely in that situation.

On the downside, 45 cents or more (for special editions) per shot of espresso is a little expensive compared to doing it with beans. You are limited to the Nespresso capsules, nothing else will come close to working. This means you can't try out the interesting jars of beans at your local coffee shop. There may come a day when the capsules are not available, but I don't see that happening.

The big downside is the quality of the espresso produced by the capsules, and therein is my main gripe. After many years they have recently expanded their offerings from 10 varieties or 15 or so. I haven't tried all the new ones, but I didn't really like any of the old ones. Most of them include some Robusta coffee beans in the blend. That's unusual because gourmet coffee is 100% Arabica, and my opinion is the Robusta is a problem. I have to wonder if Nespresso is trying to cut costs in this most critical aspect of an otherwise first-rate system. However, once or twice a year Nespresso releases a "special blend" for a limited time. This is usually 100% Arabica. In 1998 and 1999, the special blend was very good. In 2000 it was bad but then they released another one in June 2001 that was very good.They have a new, more expensive line of coffees that I haven't yet explored.

The final alternative is the "super-automatic" style machine, that with a single button push automatically grinds the beans, measures, tamps, pours the espresso, and dumps out the spent grounds. That's great but it requires fresh beans and that's a problem for me. I think maybe a food vacuum sealer might solve that problem.

One final comment: Don't fool yourself into thinking that a machine at home, no matter how nice, is going to save you money at Starbucks. Nothing can replace that fad inducing experience.
... Read more


19. Espresso Machine: Nespresso D150

Asin: B0002VQQ1O
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
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Product Description

The Nespresso D150 Espresso Machine has a 1.2 liter tank capacity and comes in an ABS plastic and stainless steel body. The D150 Espresso Machine features a removable water tank, thermostatic water temperature control and a steam nozzle and hot water function. ... Read more

Features

  • We pay your Sales Tax!
  • Shipping is free in Continental US.

20. Espresso Machine: Nespresso D250

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Asin: B0002VQQ1Y
Catlog: Kitchen
Manufacturer: Nespresso
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan

Product Description

The Nespresso D250 Espresso Machine has a 1.8 liter tank capacity and comes in a silver grey metal and Chromium body. The Nespresso D250 Espresso Machine features programmable volumetric dosing, thermostatic water temperature control and a removable water tank. ... Read more

Features

  • We pay your Sales Tax!
  • Shipping is free in Continental US.

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