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Magimix Nespresso M200 Coffee Maker (Black)
- Nespresso coffee machine
- 12 blends of coffee
- Auto eject used capsule system
- 19 bar pressure
- Thermoblock heating element
- Head lift coffee capsule holder
- Removable water tank and drip tray
- Capuccino/latte accessory
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The M200 nespresso coffee maker combines sophisticated technology, together with ease of use, to enable you to make the finest espresso capuccino and lattee coffee you have ever tasted!
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I have played around before with a cafetiere and an italian stove top espresso maker but this is much quicker and far less washing up. I just rinse the machine through before and after, and wash the drainer out every few days. You also don't have the problem of storing open packets of coffee in the fridge and wasting them if they go off. It is also good when guests come round - they can choose the strength and type of coffee, great fun.
Here is my favourite drink - microwave half a mug of milk then add a shot of espresso and a shot of hot water - yum. Its a cross between a latte and an americano. About a 1/10th the price of a high street chain coffee and tastes as nice if not nicer.
The only reason I have given it 4 stars not 5 is because you can't buy the capsules in the supermarket, you can only buy them direct from nespresso; and the coffee is not fair trade.
The M200 is extremely easy to use and comes with a very good step by step guide to ensure someone with no prior knowledge of coffee machines can produce first rate espressos & cappuccinos straight away.
I was very surprised at how quickly the machine heated the water, and the swapping from coffee making to milk frothing only takes seconds. The machine is manually controlled which not only makes it cheaper but allows you to be in full control of how much water you use per capsule. I found that after frothing milk for a cappuccino the light would be flashing to indicate the water was too hot for the next cup of coffee. This is solved by squirting a bit of water out either milk nozzle or coffee nozzle to allow immediate use for the next cup.
It is very easy to order the capsules by internet or phone. There is a delivery charge of 4 or 5 pounds depending on quantities ordered.
This machine is an absolute steal at this price. It provides everything you need to make great coffee easily. My parents love it. The best accolade I can give is that after a life time of tea drinking I may even buy one of these for myself for the odd weekend cup of coffee as well.
Cleaning is simple - as you take your first couple of sips, put an empty cup in place and run a cup's worth of water through.
The coffees are going to be personal choice. For kiwis, we've found the Ristretto blend makes a good long black. Even the decaf's OK - somewhat of a surprise.
First, the instruction manual is a mess. To save money, the manufacturers have lumped instructions in three languages into the same pamphlet. This would be okay if the instructions in each language were clear but the English translation is sometimes dodgy, e.g. French instructions to 'Dip into fresh water' are written as 'Deep into fresh water'. To compound matters, instructions for two different models are combined. Admittedly, these products are related but most readers will be not be able to work out quickly that they do not have a so-called 'cappuccinatore' (whatever that is) if they have purchased the M200 rather than the M200C. In any case, I defy anyone to successfully make a cappuccino by following the supplied instructions.
My second reservation concerns the pump associated with the machine. Quite simply, it is too noisy. This is not necessary as other coffee machines (e.g. the Senseo series) use quieter pumps.
Finally, the information on the coffee pods could be better. I love the 16 'Grand Crus' and the also fact that the 'intensity' of each one is indicated in a pamphlet by a numbering system. Although this system is not, strictly speaking, equivalent to caffeine content, it will still help to prevent sleepless nights for those who are sensitive to coffee-mediated interruptions.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Bought my sister this Nespresso machine and she absolutely loves it. It's nice and small and fits into her kitchen perfectly.Published on 9 Dec. 2010 by Maria Salcher
brews excellent coffee and after 3 years is still going strong. looks good and the build quality is excellent. just wish i could find a filter coffee machine this goodPublished on 24 May 2010 by I. whittington
The first thing I tried on this little machine was the steam wand. Many if not most espresso machines come with these devices that are supposed to help you aerate the milk because... Read morePublished on 20 Aug. 2009 by Jonathan Payne
Great product - very pleased and the quality of the coffee is awesome. Only two minor criticisms - the first is having to wait for Club Nespresso to deliver before you can use the... Read morePublished on 22 July 2009 by Graham
The Technical Details in Amazon's website indicates "capuccino/latte accessory." The product delivered to me (M200) however did not have the capuccino/latte accessory. Read morePublished on 7 July 2009 by jomonds
We all know that the Nespresso uses Nespresso coffee pods, only available from the Nespresso store, so that is of no surprise to us. Read morePublished on 1 Jun. 2009 by Matthew Frost
We bought this coffee maker as a wedding present, as my husband had wanted a coffee maker for ages. A friend of ours has one of these and he instantly fell in love with its... Read morePublished on 12 May 2009 by C. Lee
Having replaced my £2 a day habit at work with Nespresso Pro's 25p one, I decided to do the same at home. Read morePublished on 4 Mar. 2009 by CASEY S CLEMENTS
Got this coffee machine for Xmas after a lot of research. I discovered that all coffee pod systems are NOT the same. Read morePublished on 31 Jan. 2009 by Gobucks