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    I have a caffitaly system and a nespresso system which DH bought for $20. Always used the nap/woolies/gloria jeans in the map machine which were ok but Just recently decided to order nespresso capsules to use in the el cheapo with a view to ask for a delonghi nespresso. ..absolutely awesome

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    Just got a caffitally machine & not sure if I like it doesn't seem to make a big enough cup of coffee :-/

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    Jagamoe maybe just add extra water?

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    We have a nespresso machine. The coffee is good, but I get antsy at how expensive the coffee is. The machines are relatively cheap, but they make the money on the pods.

    We used to have a saeco coffee machine. It was a wedding present and we used it to death. Loved that it ground the beans fresh for each coffee, and I frothed milk manually which was not a problem for me.
    We are seriously tempted to get another normal coffee machine, and send the nespresso down to the beach house. The new machine will probably be a tad more automated than our last, and more expensive than nespresso machines, but well worth it and cheaper in the long run.


 

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