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Nespresso C185T Le Cube Automatic Espresso Machine, Titan Gray

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  • 1260-watt cube-shaped espresso machine housed in high-quality ABS
  • ThermoBlock heating system; 19-bar pump; removable 34-ounce water tank
  • Designed for coffee-filled capsules (12 included); used capsule container
  • Auto and programmable coffee quantity; cup-warming trays for 6 espresso cups
  • Measures 9 by 8-8/9 by 9 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 9 x 9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 17 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000G6QJJO
  • Item model number: C185/T
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #140,296 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Nespresso has developed a unique extraction system specially adapted to capsules. It controls every vital setting when preparing a perfect espresso. Nespresso machines have been designed with renowned partners and designers, and bring out the taste and aromas of coffee by combining quality of design with ease of use. The Nespresso C100 Essenza Automatic Machine is part of our compact line, which features a modern, compact, and practical design. The machine deploys technology essential for preparing an outstanding Espresso, and is exceptionally easy to use: Automatic control of the amount of coffee in the cup. A high pressure pump (19 bars) extracts all the aromas and develops a smooth crema in the cup. A thermobloc which heats water to 187°and 196° during extraction and empties the remaining water after each use so that the water is fresh for each preparation. A simple system which perforates the capsule and soaks all the ground coffee to optimally filter the coffee. A functional handle system, which allows for easy coffee preparation.Automatic ejection of used capsule. Removable water container (34 oz). Tray for used capsules. Back-lit control button

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Customer Reviews

Very easy to clean.
Norberto Jansenson
I decided to make the switch to one cup at a time coffee because my wife drinks only decaf and I drink only regular and figured this was the perfect solution.
D. Weingard
I highly recommend ordering a variety of capsules until you find the one that you like to best.
ESVK

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

78 of 81 people found the following review helpful By D. Weingard on December 22, 2008
I decided to make the switch to one cup at a time coffee because my wife drinks only decaf and I drink only regular and figured this was the perfect solution. Often I would make a large pot of coffee that would sit for most of the morning and she was aced out. Additionally, the kids would love some easy hot chocolate. First stop along the way was a Breveille Keruig-based machine. The easy of use and look of the Breville made it the purchase for us. After about a week and a half of heavy use, I decided it had to go back because no matter what I did, the coffee wasn't strong enough. It was generally okay, but even on the smallest setting (smallest cup) and even with an Internet purchase of the bold K-Cups (supposedly 25% more coffee), I just couldn't make a decent sized cup of coffee that tasted good enough. I'm no coffee snob, I'll do Peets or Starbucks, but this just didn't cut it.

Thus, off to the Internet for more research and I quickly landed on the Nespresso. I liked the reviews and decided the Cube was within my price range. Back to the store to engage the salesperson, and I asked her to brew me a cup of espresso. I was fairly impressed by the quick, shot pull, that had a discernable crema on top. Tasted it and was sold. I couldn't believe that this might be the answer to my list of requirements. I asked the salesperson if the Cube made the espresso hot enough, and she told me she never had this complaint. The one I was holding in my hands in a little paper cup tasted plenty hot, so I bought the cube with the Aerocinno frother and went home.

The Cube comes with a 10 capsule tester. By about 2 hours after I got home, you practically had to scrape me off the ceiling. I blitzed through my 10 pack and was generally quite pleased.
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55 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Morimoto VINE VOICE on December 22, 2009
I have had a Le Cube for months and love the thing.
Everyone that comes by my house loves it too.
Its awesome, as are the coffees.

But I need to make a point about how bad Nespresso's website, website support, and capsule fulfillment is. Its awful.

Why should you care? Because as an owner of a Nespresso you will need to order capsules regularly from this site - they don't sell them on Amazon (infuriating) - or anywhere else - period (well, except for a handful of their 'boutiques' in major metropolitan cities).

The Nespresso site at [...] is a confusing over-design of flash nonsense that is very difficult to navigate. It also autoplays music when you load it, which is, like, beyond obnoxious - what is this 1998? It reminds me of when print designers were originally dragged into web design.

If you can figure out where to order the capsules, you will need to create a 'membership' in their 'club'. This would not be so annoying except there is absolutely no benefit to you - they don't even remember your payment settings (!?), so every month when you have to order more capsules you have to take out your credit card and enter all the info over again.

I have left Nespresso notes on orders about these complaints, but they do not respond.

This Christmas I asked everyone to get me Nespresso capsules - but no one did, because they couldn't figure out the freaking website and didn't want to create a 'club membership' just to send a one-time gift. My mom even tried ordering by phone but just gave up. Again, ANY of my relatives could have taken care of this EASILY with their existing Amazon account.

The capsules come in very elaborate cardboard packaging sleeves, even when you order in bulk (I order about 200 at a time).
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27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Fog Belt on December 2, 2006
I've had this machine since August 2006, and I couldn't be happier. The espresso it makes is rich and flavorful and, yes, has a beautiful, thick layer of crema. I almost stopped by Starbucks on the way home tonight, but then thought twice -- why would I need to do that when I have better espresso, made just the way I want it, waiting for me at home? I had my reservations at first about the capsule system, but now I'm a fan. There's no fussing with grounds, and it just couldn't be quicker or easier. If you are lucky enough to live somewhere like Seattle, where you can get top-quality espresso on every street corner, the Cube would be nice to have as a backup system. Until I move to the Emerald City, this is my great-espresso insurance policy.
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By L. Krysti on December 27, 2006
Santa left this beautiful little machine under the tree this year! Along with the Nespresso Aerocino, we now have the ability to make the perfect cup of cappucino at home. It is such a bummer shelling out 3 bucks for a less than authentic cap at the local coffee establishments. Yes, it is a bit costly, but at 49 cents per cup, you will eventually come out ahead. Plus, it sure looks cute in the kitchen!
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Norberto Jansenson on March 13, 2009
Well, first the coffee:
Great taste. All the four I have tried.
Capsule system is a charm to work with. No fumbling, no measuring, no preparing, no setting up, no cleaning messy work space in the kitchen.
Coffee is perfect every time. Every time.
I used to put a little milk or foam to all of my coffees. I don't need to do that anymore.

The machine:
Very good looking piece of design. And the performance is fast, precise, clean, elegant.
To be a quiet machine, is a little too noisy, in my modest opinion.
Water receptacle doesn't stay open if you want to get the water there instead of taking the tank out of the machine and put it under the water.
Very easy to clean. Very easy and fast to assemble.
It makes a little noise every fifteen seconds, like some thermostat that is regulating the temperature of the water, or something. Only hear it if you are next to the machine. Kind of annoying if you are cooking besides the machine, which I do (again: not a NOISE, not TOO annoying, just things that pop up, for helping you, potential buyers).
Yes, as another reviewer said, it looses some drops of coffee/water before and after pouring the coffee. I don't like that either.

Big downside to the machine:
It warms up the cups, a great feature. But be very careful because it can store a very restricted variety of cups. Not the lungo ones (too tall), not some small wooden ones that I love (too wide), not some others I tried.
It was an important point for me, and now I can't use the storage and warming space because none of my cups fit.
And no, I don't want to have those cups with the Nespresso logo imprinted on the glass or carved on the porcelain. My house is not a Nespresso boutique.
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