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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.

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Kristie Gill 01.05.2010 Rating: 5.4
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!
JD McGee 12.31.2009 Rating: 9.4
Product Reviewed: Citiz
Bottom Line: Great little espresso machine...
Nas Zzz 01.25.2010 Rating: 6.4
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.
Joshua Arndt 01.29.2010 Rating: 8.2
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.
Jimmy Floyd 07.09.2013 Rating: 1.8
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?
Chris Whatley 05.30.2010 Rating: 5.8
Product Reviewed: D290
Bottom Line: Get a real machine. The results from this machine get boring fast because of the limited coffee choices!
Dan Metcalf 04.09.2013 Rating: 7.0
Product Reviewed: Citiz & Milk M190
Bottom Line: It's a great instant espresso machine for those without a proper setup.  With refillable pods it becomes affordable.
Serge Pitre 11.27.2012 Rating: 5.8
Product Reviewed: Nespresso
Bottom Line: Machine is good but if you can't get your coffee delivered then the machine is of no use!
Kono Alberta 01.18.2013 Rating: 6.2
Product Reviewed: Maestria
Bottom Line: The machine has mechanical design deficiencies and Nespresso needs to address this rather than blaming the customer.
J S (quality: 1.0) 04.20.2010 Rating: 7.2
Product Reviewed: D150
Bottom Line: Nespresso no longer supports this machine, so there is no way to obtain repair tools or other replacement parts -- makes me question the longevity of their other products.
Jeff Gedgaud (quality: 2.0) 06.03.2013 Rating: 9.6
Product Reviewed: Nespresso U
Bottom Line: The best espresso you can get cup after cup.
Fcuk Bsuh (quality: 3.0) 10.23.2008 Rating: 9.2
Product Reviewed: D290
Bottom Line: If you have the time to do the labor of love for the perfect espresso, then this is not for you...But if you are willing to settle for a less than perfection but in a fraction of time and effort...Winner
Jeannie Jacobs (quality: 4.0) 05.07.2008 Rating: 6.2
Product Reviewed: Nespresso D150
Bottom Line: The machine is well-designed...the espresso, not so much
Don Calderone (quality: 4.2) 06.29.2007 Rating: 10.0
Product Reviewed: Nespresso D -100
Bottom Line: Would You Pay 50 Cents For A Perfect Cup Of Espresso
Kevin Sweeney (quality: 4.5) 02.21.2007 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: D-90
Bottom Line: High quality , ultra-easy espresso for under $180!
Alan Tonkin (quality: 5.0) 12.31.2013 Rating: 10.0
Product Reviewed: Krups U
Bottom Line: Just buy one.
Grim Xx (quality: 5.5) 12.19.2004 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: D290
Bottom Line: This is a great machine for the espresso and coffee lover that doesn't have time for breakfast or anything else.  It's faster than ordering one at a coffee shop.
Germanotta Frank (quality: 5.7) 02.05.2006 Rating: 9.4
Product Reviewed: C190
Bottom Line: I definately recommend the smaller machines (Essenza C90 or D90) that are now available since the frothing wand isn't worth the additional money.
Richard Jarman (quality: 5.7) 10.03.2006 Rating: 9.0
Product Reviewed: C90
Bottom Line: Close to perfection for the office-bound shot lover
Amy Vonk (quality: 5.8) 06.06.2006 Rating: 9.2
Product Reviewed: C190
Bottom Line: Looks great,  is easy to use/clean, tastes better and costs less than your Starbucks habit.
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