Are you looking for offers on Nespresso machines? Nespresso single serve espresso machines and coffee makers create high quality coffee and espresso infusions with no waste and no mess. There are two types of Nespresso machines and many model variations for each type. We found the best Nespresso deals for both types of machines. Later in this article, we list the main factors to consider when choosing the right inexpensive Nespresso machine for your java Jones this Cyber Monday.
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How to choose a Nespresso machine
Whether you are looking for the simplest and cheapest Nespresso or looking for a barista level device with which to create your own Nespresso masterpieces, you have a lot of choices. Below is a list of factors and features along with some helpful buying tips to consider when choosing a Nespresso machine for yourself or as a gift.
- Nespresso, Breville or De’Longhi: Nespresso sells coffee and espresso in pods. Nespresso does not manufacture coffee makers or espresso machines, but allows other companies to use the Nespresso brand name and manufacture the machines. Breville and De’Longhi are the two companies licensed to manufacture and sell Nespresso machines in the United States. Both companies sell a wide range of Nespresso machines, and this can be confusing as, aside from the style, the features are often almost identical. Whether you buy a Breville or De’Longhi machine, however, they’re both the real deal.
- Original or Vertuo: There are two types of Nespresso machines, which the company calls the original line and the Vertuo line machines. Each type works with different capsules. The original capsule machines brew coffee with 19 bar pressure extraction and can brew two sizes, from 1.35 ounces to 5 ounces. There are also third-party brands of capsules that work in original machines. Nespresso Vertuo machines infuse using extraction plus centrifugal force, spinning up to 7,000 times per second. Vertuo capsules have bar codes that tell machines how to brew coffee. You can brew in five different sizes with the Vertuo machines, from 1.35 ounces to 14 ounces. Nespresso creates the same flavors for each range of machines.
- Infusion sizes: European-style espresso and coffee drinks range from 1.35 ounces to a single 5 ounce serving of lingo brew. You can also make a 2.7-ounce double-serve drink with the two capsule sizes. If you prefer American-style 8-ounce mugs or 14-ounce infusions for travel mugs, choose a Vertuoline machine.
- Water reservoir: The larger the water tank of the Nespresso machine, the more cups can be prepared without refilling. Bigger machines take up more counter space, however.
- Milk frothers: Some of the original premium range Nespresso machines have built-in milk frothers. The original Nespresso range and all current Vertuoline machines require external foamers. Breville and De’Longhi both sell Nespresso machines that come with separate Aeroccino milk frothers.
- Space: The Nespresso machines of the original line with integrated frothers and the two types of machines with large water tanks take up a lot of counter space. Most machines have the water tank on the back, which reduces the width, but some have the water tank on the side. Smaller machines from the original line such as Pixie and Essenza Mini take up the least space.
- Budget: List prices for machines from the original Nespresso line range from $ 150 to $ 600. List prices for the Vertuo line start at $ 160 and go up to $ 300. Offers are common for both lines, and you can often find all but the most expensive models for under $ 200.
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