Summary: I purchased the Nespresso D150 a couple of months ago to keep in my office. The capsule system is very convenient and easy to clean. I really enjoy the espresso it produces, particularly the Arpeggio and Ristretto varieties.
Summary: I purchased this machine and used it from 2004-2012 without a flaw. And I must admit I never even descaled it. It was a fabulous espresso maker and I loved the manual operation so I could pull extra long shots when I wanted to.
Summary: I was able to purchase this unit as a demo unit from one of my kitchen stores. For the price I paid and the value of the machine, I did extremely well. The Nespresso D150 is a great manual espesso machine.
Summary: Very easy to use, clean, efficient. Works better if it has been on for awhile. Crema on the coffee is always perfect. Still 'testing' all the different capsules. Some are definitely more flavorful than others.
Summary: I've had this machine for 3 weeks and am very pleased. I have not stepped foot in Starbucks since it arrived! Very easy to use and the selection of coffee sent with the machine was an added bonus (along with 2 cups and saucers).
Next Best Thing to Your Favorite Franchise Coffee Drinks
3 March 2003
Summary: I first tried this product at a family member's house and thought it was great! I found it simple to use; difficult to mess it up. It is much more cost effective than stopping for coffee in the morning, and is conveniently located in your kitchen so that you can have espresso any time.
Summary: I first tried the espresso from this machine at a friend's house. The espresso was hot and had a wonderful crema and it was ready in less than a minute. I have owned less expensive machines and stovetop models but they never came out hot enough or with enough crema (if any).
Summary: I have three Nespresso machines, including this one. My comments concern the Nespresso system rather than any particular machine, but I can't see paying the money for this D150 when for only a little more you can get the D300.