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# 47385 11-Nov-2009 13:11
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If so what do you think of it and what do the capsules cost?  Been thinking of getting a coffee machine and think these look nice and easy to use.  I'm no coffee snob so if it is half way decent I will probably be impressed.  At the moment have the old cafe latte or use the pre-packaged Nescafe stuff.

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  # 272024 11-Nov-2009 13:20
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Just ask Mauricio...

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  # 272040 11-Nov-2009 13:59
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It is really good. You won't be disappointed. Each coffee capsule costs about $0.85.


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  # 272048 11-Nov-2009 14:19
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Sounds like it's what I want.  Now to convince the wife.

Which machine do you have Mauricio?

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  # 272054 11-Nov-2009 14:41
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Got one as well, only problem I have ever had with it is when washing the milk frother out losing the piece in the bottom!! they provided a replacement easily enough. Also once when we ordered more capsules they gave us some with only 3months expiry, again a call and they stated they would replace any that did expire free

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  # 272205 11-Nov-2009 23:38
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go into a coffee equipment shop that sells them and ask for a demo of teh machnie, and then taste the results. i remember trying a different machine that was the same concept as the nespresso - it made very nice coffee with a great crema. Not sure what machine it was though. It was at the auckland food show.

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