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Nespresso CitiZ D120 Espresso Maker with Aeroccino Milk Frother

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  • 8-Inches by 13-1/2 inches by 10 inches
  • 1-liter (33-3/4-fluid-ounce) water tank
  • 19 Bars of pressure
  • Folding drip tray for tall latte machiatto glasses
  • Energy power save mode
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Product Details

Color: Red
  • Product Dimensions: 15.5 x 11.7 x 16.7 inches ; 13.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 15 pounds
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  • ASIN: B0044UJBC0
  • Item model number: D120-US-RE-NE1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (61 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #93,128 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

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Nespresso D120 Citiz Automatic Espresso Maker and Aeroccino

Combining an ultra-urban, retro-modern design with exceptionally practical, user-friendly functionality, this automatic espresso maker not only functions as a beautiful accent piece to any kitchen counter, but it also brews up soothing, cafe-style coffee drinks quickly and easily. The single-serve machine features a unique extraction system designed specifically for coffee-filled capsules, which means perfect espresso every time. The appliance perforates the hermetically sealed capsule and soaks all the ground coffee to optimally filter the coffee, while its high-pressure 19-bar pump extracts all the aromas and gives body to the espresso, ensuring a thick golden crema--the delicious creamy layer on top. To begin, simply flip the power switch to "on", place a cup under the coffee outlet, open the lever, insert a capsule and close the lever, then press the Espresso or Lungo button. The flow of coffee depends on the coffee variety selected, and up to 11 used capsules collect in the capsule container for later disposal. The espresso maker also provides automatic and programmable volume control, an energy-saving mode, automatic flow stop, and automatic pump refilling. Other thoughtful design details include a removable 1-liter water tank, a removable drip tray, and folding cup support (one position for a cup and one position for a macchiato glass). Coupled with the Aeroccino - a powerful automatic steam system, which allows you the ability to create silken foam for lattes - you can whip up delicious cappuccinos and many more coffee drinks.

Features
  • Automatic flow stop
  • Automatic pump refilling
  • Power save mode
  • Programmable buttons for Espresso and Lungo
  • Mini brewing unit
  • 34 oz/1 L water tank
  • Easy to remove drip tray
  • Folding cup support
  • Capsule container
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Customer Reviews

It's easy to use, clean, etc.
Josh
Nespresso capsules are easy to order online, cheap, have a huge variety and arrive to your home very quickly.
Brandon Bianchi
GUYS, girls who drink coffee LOVE this thing!
The Yuri

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

153 of 155 people found the following review helpful By Josh on January 1, 2011
Color Name: Aluminum Verified Purchase
I wanted an automatic espresso machine, and was prepared to spend up to a $1500, but my problem was that I couldn't find anything in that price range that was reliable and had consistently good reviews. The Saeco Talea came up a few times, and I have a friend who has one, but that (like every other model I looked at) seemed to have only 60% or so positive reviews, or no reviews. I wanted something that would make espresso, required little to no maintenance and would last. I own a conventional espresso maker, and a semi-automatic. The conventional (stove top) works just fine, but I rarely use it because it takes too much time when I'm trying to get out the door in the morning. Virtually every seal in the semi-automatic has worn out, it was messy to clean up, and the milk frother was just a disaster (forget the constant cleaning, water bubbles out of it even when I'm not using it).

My wife recently started to like coffee, but she likes lattes and cappuccinos, which is why I went with this model, rather than one that just made espresso. I liked that everything was on one stand, and there was only one cord, unlike getting the Nespressor C101 with Aeroccino. That's probably a better deal, but I wanted simple. I should note the machine also makes lungo, a long shot, but I prefer good old fashioned espresso, so I won't mention lungo again.

The only downside to the machine is that the espresso comes out at pretty much the perfect temperature. Same with the liquid from the milk frother. If you want scalding hot this machine isn't for you. I've used the machine to make americanos by just not putting in a coffee capsule, but when I'm running out the door to work that's not quite hot enough, so I just boil a pot of water.
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79 of 79 people found the following review helpful By C. Liebendorfer on December 29, 2010
Color Name: Red
Let me first say that I did a lot of research before buying the Nespresso CitiZ with Aeroccino. In this price range, everything I read pointed me to this machine. I have been using the machine for one month now.

My reactions after one month:
(1) Very solid, well-made machine. There is not one part of this machine that feels or looks cheap.
(2) The espresso shots and longer shots the CitiZ pulls and pours are delicious. Beautiful crema, full enticing bouquet (if I may be so lame to use that word).
(3) Experiment with a wide variety of Nespresso capsules. My favorite is the Ristretto (10--strongest), but I also like the 9 and eight. The machine comes with a full sampler. Pay close attention to which ones you really like and which ones are merely meh.
(4) Espresso capsules for this machine can be purchased only via the Nespresso Club online. Capsules are 55 cents each and you have to order at least 50 at a time. 2-day shipping is the cheapest they offer and it's $6.95. Their shipping is FAST. You don't want to run out of capsules, but if you do, you won't be shaking for too long. :)
(5) Rinse out the machine regularly. It's a painless process that is explained in the user manual. I have some descaling powder on its way to me in the mail as I type this, so I can't give any feedback yet about the descaling process.
(6) I recommend changing the water in the reservoir each day. The fresher the water, the better the shot.
(7) When using the Aeroccino, be absolutely certain that you fill it with milk NO HIGHER than the lines indicated on the inside wall of the Aeroccino. And if you change from the minimum foam thingie to the maximum foam thingie inside the Aeroccino, be sure you fill to the lower line. Trust me on this one.
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40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By C. Richards on December 7, 2010
Color Name: Aluminum Verified Purchase
As a previous owner of semi-automatic and super-automatic espresso machines, it was difficult accepting this as the best choice to replace them. Although the semi-automatic gives the most control and produces the most satisfying cup, it is a commitment of time and counter space. The Nespresso is a clean, compact and effective design. It produces a surprisingly good cup, and its only drawback is being completely locked in to their coffee pod system of blends and pricing. However, their service is first rate. So, if the objective is a good cup easily and simply prepared with a fairly priced machine, it's a success.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Patty on January 11, 2011
Color Name: Aluminum Verified Purchase
After years of trying to make the best tasting cup of coffee with, the best drip, and even the best vacuum style coffee makers PLUS the freshly roasted coffee beans which I freshly grind in my burr grinder, I found that what I really craved, a morning cup of latte. I've only had this unit a week, but I can tell you from owning two different manual espresso machines in the past, this unit is fantastic. Were retired and not running to Starbucks and spending lots of money on coffee out, so this cost wasn't really a factor to us. We were in Europe for a little while recently and while there is were I realized what I was missing in a cup of coffee in the morning. Its like drinking a glass of Budweiser or having a freshly brewed glass of German Bier. Take your pick. As far as the pods tasting fresh, Im as shocked as anyone. All I can tell you, we put our coffee maker and burr grinder in storage, in case we need to brew some for company in the future. But I highly doubt it. You can't go wrong with this unit. It's fast to get up and running. (heating up only takes a minute or two) Anyone can do this, and forget about the mess. THERE is NO mess. The coffee grinds are contained in the pod, its not all over your counter and down your arms. And the Nespresso company, took two days to receive the coffee. And the frother unit, is amazing. Quick (under a minute) for a half cup of so thick froth you need to spoon it out! Sprinkle it with a little vanilla sugar and what a treat. Beats any coffee anywhere. I'd give it 6 starts if I could. Its that great! By the way, my daughter worked as a barista at Starbucks and the calories in one of those "coffee" drinks is upwards toward 700-800 cal per drink. I have skim milk, and a 1/4 tsp. of sugar. Less than 80 calories. Just in case your counting.
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