Summary: I love my Nespresso CitiZ C110 Espresso Maker (in beautiful bright red). While the pods aren't cheap, they are cheaper than buying espresso at retail outlets like Starbucks (also love Starbucks) so I feel free to have more than one on any given day. The product tastes as good as any old fashioned espresso maker.
Summary: I got this as a gift for my husband to keep in his office.He's a huge coffee enthusiast and hates keurig with a passion (his office has that) so i was a little nervous giving this to him but he was completely blown away and loves it !
Summary: I'm really surprised at the low quality of this product. First, let's face it: the machine is only a vehicle designed to lock you into purchasing Nespresso capsules. (Remember those free Gevalia coffeemakers in the 90s? Same marketing concept -- get our machine for free but we'll lock you into buying our coffee. Except the Nespresso CitiZ is far from free...) The first year, we enjoyed the "anytime espresso".
Summary: The quality of the coffee is great, but I found that the bigger cup (110ml) is quite watery. The small cup is great, and when I make it a double, it is exactly the coffee I want and expect from such an expensive and otherwise flawless machine.
Summary: We just love our new Nespresso CitiZ c110. After years of pod coffee we wanted an espresso maker that also made coffee with the creme on top. The capsules eject into a container that we empty after ten or so capsules are used. We leave the water tank on the machine and just remove the lid and add water with a drinking glass.
Summary: The quality of the espresso is as good as most coffee shops, though not as good as the best ones. The decaf ones tastes every bit as good as the regular ones. It's a shame the capsules are so expensive. There is no other place to buy them. I tried making my own with used capsules but it was a miserable failure.