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Nespresso D290 Espresso and Coffeemaker, Polished Chrome

4.0 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews

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  • Automatic function: 2 backlit controls for ease of programming the amount of coffee you desire (small cup / large cup)
  • A special automatic steam nozzle with cappuccino-café latte function for that perfect hot milk froth
  • Built-in 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

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 35.6 x 31 x 22.1 cm ; 8 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 8 Kg
  • Item model number: D290/C
  • ASIN: B000BO04YW
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: Oct. 10 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 5 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #138,725 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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Product Description

This Nespresso machine uses the same Nespresso capsules as the latest generation Nespresso machines.


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Love the coffee/espresso that you can make with this. I am normally not one to drink my coffee black, but I regularly do when I make it with this as I find the taste much purer and richer without being bitter. Also great for making lattes, steamers, etc. The downside to this system is that you can only buy the coffee capsules from Nespresso directly and you are limited to just coffee/espresso so no hot chocolate, cider, etc. But if you are looking for something to just make outstanding coffee, this is it.
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I bought this machine when it was on sale for $160 in early Dec 2011. The normal retail price was 300$ (as are most espresso machines) and judging by reviews, the only downside was the initial 300$ price tag so I felt like I HAD to get it. Let me tell you, it was one of the smartest impulsive purchases I have ever made. This machine was delivered to me in downtown Toronto in ONE day, setting it up is super easy, and it introduced me to a world of espresso that I never knew. You can look up past reviews and see how happy owners are, even after paying 300$, so you can imagine how estatic I am. There's only 2 minor downsides:
1) You need to buy the capsules from Nespresso's website or their stores. In Ont, they only have ONE store, which is in the Bay department store at the Eaton Centre. I happen to live very close by, but if you don't, then your only option is to order online. However, it comes up to $0.50-0.60 a cup and compared to Starbuck's $4-5, I don't think it's a big issue
2) It ruins espresso drinks everywhere else. Starbucks tastes like garbage to me now. It's ranked there with Tim Hortons ha ha.

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This is the worst customer service direct at nespresso I have ever experienced
This vertuline clearly has been a problem from the start.. if you dont want to microwave your coffee DON'T bother with this machine !!! No follow through and they just don't care ...#nespresso #poorservice
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Simply the best coffee machine i ever had. Am I just becoming a pro barista? ;) Too bad this machine is not made anymore. The price i paid was ridiculisly low. Thanks to amazon.
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We have been using our manual espresso machine and burr grinder for the past 3 years to make espressos, americanos, capuccinos and lattes and have become very discriminatory regarding quality of coffee. During weekdays we go to work early and we dont have time to heat up the manual machine, grind the beans, tamp, pull the shot, steam the milk manually.
We feel the D290 is a great compromise between the time it takes to make the drinks and the quality of the beverage. I must admit that espresso shots are more than decent. I like my coffee STRONG so maybe for my personal taste they are a bit on the weak side but flavor profiles have some complexity and are fully enjoyable. This system also permits us to make decafs without having to empty our bean grinder and swap beans (we just dont make decafs anymore) but now we can enjoy them late in the evening with the D290. The downside to the system is having to order the cups online and not being able to run to the store to get more. The proprietary system is also a turnoff (dont you hate monopolies) but I assume the patents should expire soon and other companies should be releasing their capsules creating competition and downwards pressure on prices. We paid 150$ for the machine and really think it's a great bang for the buck. Having taste the Keurig machine, this system is really in a class of its own.
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