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Nespresso CitiZ XN720T40 Coffee Machine by Krups - Titanium

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  • Urban smart: Intuitive and user-friendly machine with compact design 13 cm (W) x 27.8 cm (H) x 37.2 cm (L) for all coffee drinking preferences
  • Flexible: Two programmable buttons with automatic flow-stop for Espresso and Lungo coffees, adaptable and folding drip tray for taller recipe glasses
  • High-tech: 19-bar high-performance pump and fast heat up in only 25 seconds. Easy insertion, automatic piercing and brewing of capsules
  • Energy-saving: Automatic energy-saving function switches machine off after 9 minutes of inactivity, consuming less energy
  • Easy cleaning: Removable water tank for quick and simple cleaning

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Product Information

Colour: Titanium
Technical Details
Brand Krups
Model NumberXN720T40
Item Weight1.5 Kg
Product Dimensions37.2 x 13 x 27.8 cm
Capacity1 litres
Volume Capacity1 litres
Power / Wattage1260 watts
Compatible ModelsNespresso
Special FeaturesProgrammable^Removable Tank^Thermoblock
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 294,885 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4.4 Kg
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Date First Available8 Jan. 2010

Product Description


Box Contains

Nespresso machine
Ring file
Instruction booklet
Welcome pack of capsules

From the Manufacturer

U Inissia Pixie Citiz
Pump Pressure 19 bar 19 bar 19 bar 19 bar
Empty Water Tank Detection
Fast 25 Second Heat-Up
Programmable, One-Touch Buttons Ristretto, Espresso and Lungo Espresso and Lungo Espresso and Lungo Espresso and Lungo
Movable Drip Tray for Large Cups Magnetic cup stand Foldable drip tray Foldable drip tray Foldable drip tray
Energy Consumption Class A-60 per cent A A-40 per cent A-40 per cent
Automatic Power Off
Water Tank Capacity 0.8 L 0.7 L 0.7 L 0.9 L
Dimensions (W x H x D) 11.5 x 25.1 x 36.9 cm 12 x 23 x 32 cm 11.1 x 23.5 x 32.6 cm 13 x 27.7 x 37.2 cm
Features Modular design with magnetic cup stand and movable water tank - Automatic brewing by closing the capsule slider - Automatic capsule ejection. Light machine - Wide range of fashionable colours. Avant-garde design - Compact size - Aluminium side panels. Retro-modern design

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Colour: Fire Engine Red Verified Purchase
I have two Nespresso machines, this one and a http://www.amazon.co.uk/Nespresso-Inissia-Coffee-Capsule-Machine/dp/B00J5W985W/ref=sr_1_7?s=kitchen&ie=UTF8&qid=1415389832&sr=1-7&keywords=nespresso+red

As Nespresso staff are only too willing to point out, where there are Krups and Magimix versions of any particular model, the two brands are manufactured to the same functional specification in the same factory. Any differences are purely aesthetic, most commonly spout shape, casing pattern and machine colour.

Mine both happen to be Krups branded.

In terms of the quality and taste of the coffee produced and the time to brew, there is nothing to separate the Citiz and Inissia machines.

The choice of model essentially comes down to size, weight, the size of the water dispenser and used capsule container and, frequently, appearance.

The Citiz is the larger, but quieter of the two machines. It has a larger water container but smaller used capsule container than the Inissia. The Citiz lives on my kitchen counter.

The smaller, lighter Inissia is the one I take to and from work in a shoulder bag.

- On unpacking the machine, follow the setup procedure in the owner's manual (2 minutes)
- Check the calibration of the espresso and lungo shots.
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This is my first Nespresso machine, after being a Gaggia user for several years. It blows my previous machine away in terms of size (very neat footprint), convenience (the main reason for me changing), and most importantly, quality of coffee.

From a convenience point of view, it's a quick to make coffee as instant and there's virtually no maintenance apart from flushing once with water (i.e. you press a button) when you're done. The speed of the whole process, together with no need for washing up makes it possible for me to actually have a coffee made and drunk in the morning while feeding a 1 year old.

The quality of the coffee has surpassed my expectations, and I'm pretty picky. The variety of coffees available from Nespresso means you can find several you like (my wife and I each have our favourites, and can have our own choice every time) to match your mood.

It looks great too.

I didn't bother with the version with the milk frother, as I've found a manual Bodum frother works better, costs less than a tenner, and takes less space in the kitchen too.

The only drawback is the need to buy relatively expensive capsules from Nespresso (a touch over 30p a pop after postage), and wait for them to be delivered. Also, if you like a latte, you might need two shots in there, as one is a bit puny for me. They are very professional and quick though, and the convenience more than offsets the price for me.

All in all, I'm so delighted with this machine I've just ordered a second Nespresso machine for work.
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I've thought long and hard about buying one of these machines and almost been put off by the lack of coffee capsule pricing information readily available prior to becoming a Nespresso club member. I decided to take the plunge and am really glad that I did - this particular model was chosen as I like a long coffee and some of the smaller, cheaper Nespresso machines won't accomodate a normal size mug. All I have to do here is flip up the platform and my jumbo mug fits just fine. The variety of coffee blends is pretty good and when you purchase a new machine and register it, you can buy a mixed box (which comes complete with a Discovery Box to store two of each flavour in). The prices from Nespresso direct are reasonable for coffee of this quality, but it's never going to be as cheap as drinking instant coffee. You're looking at about 30p per cup (a little more with p&p added in), but my advice is not to bother to buy capsules off eBay as they are considerably more expensive this way. Just buy direct - the service is excellent and it's cheaper. If you can afford one of these machines, you're probably the kind of person that doesn't baulk at paying £2+ for a coffee in Costa and therefore 30p a cup in the grand scheme of things is very reasonable!

The machine itself is quite long and thin, but not overly cumbersome. The water temperature is ready in seconds. I follow their advice and warm the cup by running water through first as I like my coffee steaming hot. Whilst it has automatic dispensing for espresso and larger cups, you can set this to your own levels according to the size of cup you use. I preferred the handle on this to the bar on the Pixie to open/close the capsule chute as the handle feels more solid.
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