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    Default Re: Pod Coffee Machine - help!

    Agreed. the KMart machine works just fine, I'm really enjoying using it and for the price or will have paid for itself in money saved on buying coffee (I would go out every single day to get a latte before I had one - the mind reels at how much I spent. When I get my fab new job and have money again (fingers crossed) I might upgrade to a nespresso/delonghi machine.

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    Default Pod Coffee Machine - help!

    We just recently got the MAP machine from Harvey Norman - my MIL bought it for us. I love it, so easy for my little brain to work out and the coffee is pretty nice. And the price is definitely a bonus

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    The thing about these machines is you will never be able to drink instant again

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    Oh instant is terrible! I call the instant Nescafé 'nes-crapay' don't know how anyone does it. App I'm a princess because of this!? Haha

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    Quote Originally Posted by jessesgirl View Post
    Oh instant is terrible! I call the instant Nescafé 'nes-crapay' don't know how anyone does it. App I'm a princess because of this!? Haha
    That's why I bought the machine for mum. I was visiting for a week and she drinks Nescafé. Blend 43!!!! Yech

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    How much was the Kmart machine? As soon as I've moved back to the gc I'm buying one! Haha

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    Does anyone know if you can get the nespresso pods anywhere other than online or the nespresso shops? Like Harvey Norman or somewhere?
    I was told office works did but went there yesterday to find they only do the dolce gusto ones :/

    Eta- I know ordering them online is easy an quick but I can't always afford to buy 50 at a time.

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    I have always been told no, that the only place you can buy them is through the Nespresso store or online. (actual Nespresso pods, not rip offs).

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    Default Re: Pod Coffee Machine - help!

    Quote Originally Posted by Myztik View Post
    Does anyone know if you can get the nespresso pods anywhere other than online or the nespresso shops? Like Harvey Norman or somewhere?
    I was told office works did but went there yesterday to find they only do the dolce gusto ones :/

    Eta- I know ordering them online is easy an quick but I can't always afford to buy 50 at a time.
    Apparently inner city Myer stores sell pods, like Sydney city and Brisbane city etc. I've never checked though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Myztik View Post
    Does anyone know if you can get the nespresso pods anywhere other than online or the nespresso shops? Like Harvey Norman or somewhere?
    I was told office works did but went there yesterday to find they only do the dolce gusto ones :/

    Eta- I know ordering them online is easy an quick but I can't always afford to buy 50 at a time.
    I've seen them in Harvey Norman


 

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