Summary: This is the best Nespresso maker in my opinion because it is easy to use and makes a great cup of espresso! Makes the coffee very hot and is fool proof. I highly recomend this maker. In fact I bought two!
Summary: Great machine -- PROVIDED you are ok with being tied to the Nespresso capsules. That said, it is easy to use, and provides an excellent compromise between the fully-automatic Nespresso machines and the manual-operation machines like Saeco, etc. The capsules allow you to make excellent coffee with no worries about grinding, measuring, tamping, etc. -- yet the espresso is perfect every time.
I am not happy with the reconditioned machine I purcha
12 April 2008
Summary: My D150 recnditioned machine leaks water into the base beneath the receptacle for overflow. I am not at all pleased and wish I had not bought a reconditioned piece of equipment. It is not worth this trouble.
Summary: I use this machine to make coffee at work, and nothing else. I have a high end Miele Nespresso machine at work for the sophisticated stuff. The D150 came just as advertised and works very well. Operation could not be simpler and so far it has suffered no malfuntions.
Summary: Nespresso makes great espresso, or nespresso pods as they call them, that are exlusively used through their nespresso machines and only able to be purchased through their online shop. This exclusivity is okay, because their coffee is outstanding. Their shipping is light speed, and the customer service is top notch. We were having difficutly cleaning one of their machines, and the rep slowly walked us through the process and found what we were doing wrong.
Summary: Well, where do I start. I was first introduced to the Nespresso line of coffee makers when I was living in the Bahamas and working for Club Med. The D150 machine was the machine of choice for most of Club Med's 110 resorts. Now that I have my own, I fully understand why. It is a simple, user friendly, coffee machine that makes the most perfect cup of expresso that I have ever tasted. (sorry starbux, but it is true)...
Summary: If you can't afford a $1,000 machine, try this wonderful espresso maker: Nespresso D150. It really works, and the choice of espressos that you purchase directly from Nespresso are excellent. I like the Ristretto blend. You use one sealed pod of coffee for each cup. The cost of each pod is about $.50. Though this is the manual model it really is easy to use. Just make sure to preheat the machine and cups as directed, and you'll be enjoying a rich and flavorful espresso.