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Nespresso CitiZ C110 Automatic/Programmable Coffee Espresso and Lungo Machine, Titanium


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  • 8.07 X 13.46 X 10.16
  • water tank: 1 liter
  • 19 bars of pressure
  • Folding Drip tray for latte machiatto glass
  • Energy power save mode


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.6 x 15.2 x 15 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 10 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0044UJBUC
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: C110-US-TI-NE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (7 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #209,006 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Automatic and programmable coffee quantity (Espresso and Lungo)

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It's compact and works great for my limited counter space.
hummingfish
Not only do I LOVE this espresso machine, but my husband has become almost as a big a fan as I am!
Tammy E. Hoeck
It seems that now one actually can order the capsules without first having registered a machine.
I.Peters

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18 of 18 people found the following review helpful By I.Peters TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 7, 2011
This machine looks cool, industrial, somewhat retro and couldn't be easier to use. All it takes is to turn it on, pop in a capsule, and then press either the Espresso (small cup) or the Lungo (bigger cup) button. A few moments later, the coffee pours into the cup. That's all there is to it.

The Citiz also feels high quality. For example, the tray that holds the espresso cup feels nice and heavy, and not like some flimsy cheap piece of plastic. Oftentimes smaller parts like that reveal the true quality of a machine and the Nespresso Citiz delivers here without question, high marks for that.

The machine comes with 16 sample capsules, i.e. one of each of the 16 permanently available flavors. It is fun trying these out and deciding on personal favorites. The machine produces rich crema for all flavors, so no complaints here. Each cup looks and tastes like the real thing, i.e. a nice and strong espresso or lungo.

The only caveat I see is with the Nespresso marketing system. The Grand Cru capsules this machine uses are exclusively available through Nespresso's website. They cannot be purchased anywhere else. That's one thing. I was also put off by the brouhaha Nespresso creates on its website - as if one were purchasing the crown jewels of coffee. Example: One cannot even order capsules before one has registered a machine, serial no. and all (i.e. no buying capsules ahead of time, before the machine is delivered). In addition to that, one only receives a membership number after the first order was placed. It feels too exclusive for its own good and the graphic-rich website with visible load times (even through very fast connections) gets in the way of efficiency.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By B.W. on January 20, 2011
I don't really write reviews, and Amazon reviewers are so thorough and precise, I am a bit intimidated -----but having said that, I just had to give kudos to this machine. It is probably my 8th cappuccino maker - you all know the drill - they get clogged up, stop working and you are mad you spent so much money. This machine is expensive, but there is one main reason - THE CREMA! This is true european style, fabulous thick crema on top, (because it has a higher pressure) and amazing coffee flavors. It is the only coffee either of my kids will drink other than Starbucks. It is small, sooo easy to use.... one button, and best of all, no wand to heat milk and get messed up. I also love it that it has a container to hold the pods once they are used. They just slide into the container below the spout, and you toss in trash when full. I just microwave my skim milk, and use the cheap frother wand that is like $10, (not from nepresso) and whirl my milk while the machine is making cappuccino. When you turn the machine on, it takes only a moment to be ready, and then just a few seconds to process the cup of expresso, cappuccino, or a full cup of coffee. Yes the pods are expensive - yes they are fabulous....but mainly - this just doesn't compare to drip or press coffee....We are total converts!! Also, everyone can have what they want - its so quick - it is great for guests ----one can have a mild expresso, someone else can have decaf, someone else can have a cappuccino - and all in a few minutes...I also found it is so rich and good, I don't drink as many cups. I have gone from 2 or 3 or 4 cups of press coffee to 1 or 2 of these......Oh, also, nespresso does hold you captive, but they are good at what they do!Read more ›
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Kilgore Trout on November 13, 2011
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I previously had a Nespresso D290 and really liked the Nespresso system. I wanted something more compact and decided I didn't need the built in milk frothing (which is a pain to clean after each use). The Citiz takes up very little counter space and the fold up tray makes it easy to use full size coffee cups if desired. The default lungo setting seems a bit too large (pretty much just water coming out by the end of the shot), but this can be easily changed.

Yes, it's expensive (50 cents/cup) compared to a fully manual machine, but it's still a lot cheaper than any coffee shop, and very quick and easy.

My only complaints are that it doesn't beep when the used capsule tray is full (like the D290 does) and if you accidentally hit the button with the chamber open, it will still try to brew and just pours water out into the spend capsule tray. The power switch is on the side towards the back, so this could be troublesome if you're trying to squeeze it into a small space. But this is just nit picking on a very nice machine.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Tammy E. Hoeck on March 16, 2011
I have wanted a machine from Nespresso for over 3 years, I am so glad that I waited and splurged on this baby. Not only do I LOVE this espresso machine, but my husband has become almost as a big a fan as I am! Can't remember the last time that I had a 'cup of coffee'. Now it is Latte or Espresso every time! You will not regret this purchase.
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