Powerful Coffee maker: Espresso Pixie Espresso maker has a 19 bar high-pressure pump that allows for a barista-style result, unlocking the delicate flavor of each coffee capsule.
Efficient and energy saving Espresso maker: system heats-up to ideal temperature in just 25 seconds and automatically turns off after 9 minutes, consuming less Energy. Removable dip tray is available
Ease of use: The Pixie is a programmable Espresso maker with two one-touch buttons to create your favorite Coffee and espresso recipes into the desired size; Espresso (1. 35 oz. ), or Lungo (2. 75 oz. ). Pour over ice to create your favorite Iced Coffee drinks.
Smart Espresso maker: the red backlights light up to let you know when the 24 oz. Water tank needs to be refilled. The folding drip tray accommodates larger single-serve cups and recipes such as lattes or cappuccinos. The Pixie is also easy to clean, the spent capsules are neatly ejected into an internal receptacle.
Complimentary gift: Each Espresso machine includes a Espresso Original capsule welcome kit with a range of capsules with unique aroma profile.
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Great machine, gets stuck in descaling mode. Here's how to fix that.I loved this machine at first--and a bonus is that you can make delicious iced coffee almost instantly with a double espresso... After five months I found it had stopped working: it was not heating and was spewing out endless streams of cold, foamy coffee. The solution, which took quite a bit of googling, was to reset the machine, which was apparently stuck in descaling mode. Resetting involved turning the machine off and pressing both buttons for several (about 10) seconds until they stopped flashing. (There are also some red-herring instructions on the internet.) Now it works again. Wish this information were easiser to access--and not sure how it got into descaling mode in the first place. Otherwise: great, compact machine with a very small kitchen footprint.4Love it...borderline irrationally.I finally "get it". Forget all of the technical specs and machine mannerisms and ability to clean. Forget that it doesn't take up a bunch of room on the counter. Forget all of the detailed pros, cons, and other wishy-washy back-and-forth stuff most thorough reviews go through on high-end appliances like this. I believe I've found how to sum up the pleasure that this machine brings in one sentence.Ever since I got my Nespresso, I have found that it's something I look forward to and actually SAVE instead of using every day.I often find that I'll think about making a cup, but won't unless it's something I can take the time out of the day to savor. Yes, it's reminiscent of coffee shops in Europe. Yes, that's a good thing; that's all you could ever want. The coffee's the perfect temperature and tastes just phenomenal. The Aeroccino is something to be cherished. It makes perfect foam for your perfect cappuccino. It's a pleasure having this machine in my life. It somehow wedges its way into your day, helps break routine, and forces you to sit down and really just enjoy a cup of coffee -- something I think we've lost with the drip brewers that adorn our countertops today.In full disclosure, the last thing I had ever expected a "coffee machine" to do was make me sit down and reflect on life. That's a tall order for anything, let alone a single-serve kitchen appliance. However, it makes some of the best coffee I've ever had and all from your home. This machine is an indulgence in pretty much every sense of the word but I would argue it's one indulgence we should all make more time for.It's great for anyone who 'enjoys the little things'...or wants to.5Used machine advertised as newProduct was advertised as new but arrived used. Machine was covered in spilled coffee and had a used nespresso pod inside.1Worth every penny... just like the Expresso in Europe Great machine! We travel to Europe often and Nepresso Machines are in most high end hotel rooms. The espresso they produce is extremely authentic and taste and rich in flavor. I have no complaints about this particular machine. Although it is a very small footprint in size. I bought it to replace an original Starbucks Verismo machine. Measures 9 inches high, 12 inches long and 4 inches wide. About the size of a decent size bagel toaster. Listen to my video if you would like to hear the sound of brewing5Very convenient, but not real espressoI'm a bit split on the nespresso. I've tried it several times at various places and now I bought one for my office. I like it enough that I'll keep it and use it. It is good enough for coffee at work, but it will not replace my espresso machine at home.The pros: convenient, clean, easy to use, no mess. I love that there are so many different coffee companies that make pods, including some of the best Italian coffees, like Kimbo and Vergnano. So you can really shop and around and get good coffee. It is consistent and hard to mess up.The con: it is just not real espresso. Real espresso has crema, a thick oily layer on top. This is what makes espresso have a kick. The nespresso has a fake crema that is air bubbles. This means that it does not have that really great kick you get from the real thing. It is like drinking low point beer or something. (There is actually one pod machine that makes real crema espresso, the Illy, but I don't like that it makes you use only their brand of pods. I got to try the Illy on vacation and I have to say that it is outstanding for making espresso. I would recommend people to take a look at that and give it some thought. But I ultimately chose the nespresso for its flexibility with different kinds of pods.)Now I will probably enjoy a good coffee with a fake crema more than I would ever enjoy the garbage they serve at Starbucks. For most Americans who are used to getting poor quality espresso at cafes, this machine will do fine.4LOVE it, but wish there was more control over temperatureI love my new Nespresso Pixie! I like that I can easily reprogram the size of the regular and lungo buttons (just hold the button down and keep holding until you reach your desired level. Then let go and Voila, the button is reprogrammed! The Pixie is also quite small, so it doesn't take up a lot of real estate on the kitchen counter - MAJOR problem for me and my tiny kitchen. The Aeronccino does a FANTASTIC job of frothing, and it was surprisingly DEAD SILENT! My only complaint is that you cannot adjust the temperature, and it seems to only heat the milk to 145 degrees (according to my infrared thermometer). I almost always end up zapping the milk in the microwave for 10-15 seconds to reach a descent temp. But otherwise, I absolutely love this unit.4The coffee pods have enough variety to suit any taste (I personally love the BrazilLong story short: My parents had one of the old school Nespresso machines in the home growing up, and after I moved out I d still look forward to the delicious coffee whenever visiting years later.Now that I ve got my first place removed from the city center (ie not within walking distance to a cafe), I wanted to invest in a machine and immediately looked at Nespresso given my positive past experience with the brand.This little machine has an impressive amount of power behind it, operation is basic common sense, it s stylish, and shockingly low cost. The coffee pods have enough variety to suit any taste (I personally love the Brazil, Ethiopia, Roma, and Livanto.)My one hesitation was that it only has two pours, and that my ideal cup of coffee is a hot Americano. No worries at all - just press the long pour twice in a row for a full 8oz coffee that is far superior to a pour-over and maintains a crema better than just adding hot water.Do glad I purchased this instead of a pricey or lower quality product - this is the perfect nexus of both.5This machine might work out GREAT for some users, but just wasn't the right fit for our household.I wanted to love this machine. I wanted amazing espresso in my own home - at an affordable price. But alas, it was not meant to be.The Nespresso machine appears sturdy and well-built. I find no flaws there. It took a couple of tries to insert the little pods into the machine (they can only be inserted one way, but if the baby pod is bent even the slightest bit - you're going to waste the pod and crush it) but the process was simple enough. The machine performed exactly how I expected it to perform. Mechanically, it passes the test.The problem is the taste. I tried a variety of flavors and simply did not care for any of them. It did not taste like real espresso to me. Perhaps I have been too spoiled by my local barista. I know this Nespresso machine will never taste like "real" espresso because the process is simply different. But, with all the boasting on the company's website, I had hopes that it would be close or passable.Sadly, no. Not passable for true espresso. No lovely crema flavor. More like a strong coffee flavor - which is not really the same.The milk frother was an amazing little gadget. Pour milk in and push a button to create foam! Wow! Problem is - the foam simply was not the right consistency. I know I'm being picky here - but it's not the same as steamed milk. It's more like a whipped sort of milk. It'd be great for kids' drinks - maybe create some sort of whipped foamy topping for hot chocolate?In the end, we returned the machine with sadness. Sad that it didn't work out. I am beholden to my local barista until I can summon up the courage to purchase a very pricy "real" espresso machine.I think that this machine might work well for those who are not as picky about their espressos. (That sounds pretentious, but I don't mean it that way.) The milk frother also really does work well and easily! But, it just wasn't right. It's like "fauxspresso," close - but not right. I truly think this might work well for some. I would encourage you to find a friend who owns one of these machines and sample one. It might be perfect for some users. As I said, mechanically, it's a marvel - just not what we were looking for.1Espresso perfectionI can t even. I love this machine. I love almost all coffee...be it drip, French press, Bialetti stovetop espresso...and can even choke down a cup of watery Keurig in a pinch. But wee cups of Nespresso, with their intense taste, and caramel-colored froth on top, are so delicious. The speed of a Nespresso is so nice, literally one minute from turning in machine to first perfect sip! The Pixie is the brand I usually see in European hotel rooms, it s fast, compact, and brews perfect espresso, time after time. Be aware that this does not throw out large volumes of American-style coffee. This is for small perfect doses of intense espresso, or slightly larger servings with the lungo setting. Have ordered pods from Amazon, and also from the Nespresso app and been satisfied with both. Prefer the Nespresso app, for selection, as they will include free postage-paid bags for pod recycling and have a nice selection of accessories, the line of Pure cups and saucers are great.The Pixie is easy to use, easy to care for, and has a small countertop footprint. I love it!5A lot of ground to cover!Ok. I wanted a Nespresso machine for so long! Never thought I would buy this model but I did and I'm not regretting. This could be long but useful so read!I have a keurig machine. Never reaaly liked it because I love a coffee with crema. The tastes in keurig were dull and not fancy honestly, but it was cheap enough so I though what the heck!But came black friday and I saw Nespresso has dropped the prices. I always do a research before I buy something. Read the reviews and watch some videos if available.Nespresso has two line: Original and vertuo. Original line has smaller cups, vertuo has round bigger cups.Original cups and vertuo cups cannot be used interchangeably and there is no machine that accepts both. So you need to choose one line.Original line offers espresso and lungo shots and vertuo line offers Americano too.Here is the big game changer: original line cups price range is from $ 0.30 to $1.20 depending on buying from nespresso or other brands right here in Amazon.Virtuo line is from around a dollar per pod BUT BE AWARE: you may find original line pods from other companies but virtuoline cups are only purchasable in Nespresso brand. This means monopoly and higher prices.So with original line you have more choices and probably cheaper pods.Nespresso original line pods which are compatible with this machine are wonderful. The best. The aroma, crema and taste are amazing. Other brands are good but not as good. If you want to pay $ 0.70 per pod, then buy from Nespresso itself and enjoy a wonderful cup of coffee.Remember that this machine won't give you an Americano. Sure you can use 2 or 3 pods to have the same amount but wouldn't really be financially wise to do so!One more important thing: the original line pods had about 50 to 60 mg of caffeine. So 2 pods equal one Keurig pod worth of caffeine. But hey, the coffee is richer and tastes much better and honestly Keurig pods aren't really that much cheaper.The machine itself is cute. Smaller than I thought. Too simple to use!Just remember that you have to fill the water tank regularly as this is a small machine.Love the idea of an empty tank for used pods. Makes the machine really fancy.The bottons on the machine are programmable. You just simply press and hold each botton, water comes out, keep pressing untill you have the desired amount of water then let go. It's done! But remember, too much water means a duller taste and more work in refilling the water tank so be wise about it.The aeroccino is pretty simple to use and if you use whole milk gives you a wonderful froth. I tried coconut milk but no success as it doesn't have the fat needed for the froth.Just wash it after eash use and don't use a metal spoon with it.If you like drinking coffee loke a European or if you simply like beautiful crema on top of your coffee every time, you will love Nespresso.4
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