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    We have this one: http://www.nespresso.com/au/en/produ...ion-red-EN520R

    I love it as it is so easy when you're not a Barista, just put the water in the back, milk in the front, pod in, choose your coffee type and press a button! The best bit is the self-cleaning, so easy to do.

    Pods can be a pain as they're only stocked in Nespresso stores or online, but I usually stock up anyway and I love Christmas time when they release their limited edition flavours. I have found other brand pods which are compatible with this machine and they have a hot chocolate one which is great, as Nespresso as far as I'm away, still don't do chocolate.

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    We also have the same nespresso machine as the @oneandonlyem & we absolutely love it!
    Have had it for 3 yrs now and im definitely now a coffee snob.. I know ppl think the pods are expensive though for about 70cents a coffee as opposed to about $4 we are still saving $$
    My hubby is also a coffee snob and alternates between the nespresso pods and his percolator coffee
    Good luck deciding

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    I have a Nespresso Citiz plus milk frother and loooove it. So quick and easy to use and never had an issue with it. We bought it 2 years ago, not sure how much just the machine was as dp bought it as a Mother's Day present but the reciept says $450 which includes extended warranty. Buying the pods is easy, takes a few minutes online and they are delivered 2 days later. I stock up when I buy them so only need to restock a couple of times a year.

    I am in WA and we don't have aldi over here but my bother in Melbourne has an aldi machine and that is great too, makes really good coffee and is cheap.
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    Thanks so much for all the replies - I'm in WA so no Aldi here unfortunately! Lots of food for thought. I used to work in cafes many moons ago so can use bigger, fancier machines but I like the idea of chucking a pod in and pressing a button and I know DH would need the process to be simple or he'd lose interest very quickly!

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    We have this one and despite being a cheapie it's all we need and the coffee tastes pretty good.
    It takes the select pods that you buy from woolies which are cheaper than the nespresso pods I think.
    The pods cost about $6 for 16 capsules.

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    I would also like to point out that nespresso pods are made of aluminuim and can be taken back to the nespresso shop to be recycled- less going to landfill!

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    Another nespresso citiz fan here. I think I love it more than I love my DH....... well until I've had that first coffee I do!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [Mod] Uniquey View Post
    We have this one: http://www.nespresso.com/au/en/produ...ion-red-EN520R

    I love it as it is so easy when you're not a Barista, just put the water in the back, milk in the front, pod in, choose your coffee type and press a button! The best bit is the self-cleaning, so easy to do.

    Pods can be a pain as they're only stocked in Nespresso stores or online, but I usually stock up anyway and I love Christmas time when they release their limited edition flavours. I have found other brand pods which are compatible with this machine and they have a hot chocolate one which is great, as Nespresso as far as I'm away, still don't do chocolate.
    I have this same one and it's defiantly the "lazy" girls coffee machine. Just whack a coffee pod in and press a button. It even cleans itself with the press of a button and best of all you just keep the milk container in the fridge and pop in on every morning. I love it... Buying the pods are a bit of a pain but you can order online and they take the pods from Coles (though they're not as nice IMO) if you run out and your desperate

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    Subbing. So glad this question got asked

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    LOVE our nespresso!


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