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  • Programmable buttons for espresso and lungo, folding drip tray for larger cups and recipes, brew ready in 25-30 seconds
  • Backlight indicators, water level detection, auto power-off, used capsule container, convenient power cord storage
  • 12.83-Inch length by 4.33-Inch width by 9-1/4-Inch height
  • 24-Ounce water tank
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Color: Titan
  • Product Dimensions: 12.8 x 4.3 x 9.2 inches
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  • Item model number: C60-US-TI-NE
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (178 customer reviews)
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Color: Titan

Nespresso Pixie C60-US-TI-NE, Electric Titan -the pixie heats up in only 25-30-seconds.


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Customer Reviews

Very easy to use and makes great espresso.
Jane Erickson
I definitely would recommend this coffeemaker to anyone who likes to make coffee one cup at a time.
Rosemary Otoole
Ordering the pods has been a breeze from Nespresso.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

368 of 385 people found the following review helpful By I.Peters TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 16, 2011
Color Name: Titan
We have owned the Nespresso CitiZ for a year and have been very happy with it. Recently we also bought the Nespresso Pixie for our vacation place and are slightly disappointed with the operation of the machine. Here are our thoughts (listed in no particular order):

PROS:
- Small footprint makes this machine well suited for smaller kitchens that don't have a lot of counter space.
- Heats up very quickly, i.e. making coffee is quite fast
- Cute design
- Coffee is very good and hot, with excellent crema, just like it is with the Citiz.

CONS:
- Smaller water reservoir means frequent refilling.
- Reservoir is more difficult to remove than on the Citiz. It clicks into the machine at the top via two plastic 'hooks' which only retract when one opens the reservoir's hinged lid. With the lid open, one then lifts the reservoir up and out. We found this a bit tedious, coming from the more straight-forward design of the Citiz where no opening of the lid is required, one lifts it out and is done.
- The cup tray folds up for taller cups such as latte macchiato glasses but it does not stay folded up on its own, i.e. one has to hold the tray with one hand and place the cup down with the other. As soon as the cup is removed, the tray falls back into its original position
- We found that there is noticeable coffee spray during operation. We had to place the machine on a towel and move it away from anything that could be permanently soiled by that spraying, such as walls.

SUMMARY:
The coffee quality is excellent, absolutely no gripes here. Our problem with the Pixie is with the operating aspect of this machine.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By Debbie Lee Wesselmann TOP 100 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on August 30, 2013
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Do not confuse a Nespresso machine with a Keurig or other capsule type coffee maker because this is an entirely different animal. First, the coffee is much better. Next, you get true espresso with a lovely, brown crema on top. The best part is that you don't have to spend time tamping grounds and cleaning them from the machine. About the only maintenance you have to do is the occasional descaling and emptying the internal bin of used capsules. If you buy this with the Aeroccino Plus, then cappuccino and lattes are just minutes away. You can make two cup sizes with the Pixie, espresso and lungo, which is roughly twice the volume of espresso but, of course, also weaker. Not weak, mind you, but not as strong as espresso.

I first encountered Nespresso while staying in Mallorca, Spain, and our townhouse came equipped with one. I was expecting blah coffee, and I found out that it was anything but. I was hooked. At the time, Nespresso was just making inroads in the American market, and you couldn't buy one anywhere but through the website. I asked some of my European friends if they knew the machine, and they all raved about it. Believe me, Europeans care deeply about the quality of their coffee. If they feel that this pod system produces great coffee, then you know it does. But, of course, it all depends on what one likes. I'm a Nespresso junkie.

Nespresso machines have two downsides: the price and, in some cases, a shorter lifespan than I'd like. I owned a different model that had a milk frothing arm, and I had to send it back to be repaired within the warranty period. Nespresso customer service is absolutely awesome, though. They sent a loaner machine overnight, and paid for all the shipping for both machines. I was shocked.
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46 of 53 people found the following review helpful By S.M. on June 22, 2013
Color Name: Brown Verified Purchase
I love coffee.

Ever since I came to the US (from an European country where the Espresso is the king of coffee) I was struggling to adopt to American style coffee (you know, the one that is server in a huge 300-500 ml+ cup full of flavors, sugar, milk etc. that destroy the taste and smell of original coffee, not to mention that there is too much water and the coffee is not too strong). I ended up visiting Starbucks too often, and you know that an Espresso is over $2 and Doppio Espresso is $2.56 as of today. On average day, over $5/day, or at least $150/mo plus inconvenience to walk to the local Starbucks that is located 1-2 miles away every time is time for a cup of an elixir :-).

It was time to do something about it.

I started brewing my own coffee in a cezve / ibrik (so called Turkish coffee which is the way many people in the country I came from do it if they don't own a espresso machine). It was good but takes time to prepare, grind coffee beans and cleanup.

But I wanted Espresso, not a Turkish coffee. I still drink Turkish coffee occasionally since it is different than espresso.

After a research I've purchased Gaggia (cost me around a $1k with good grinder). I was considering Rancilio Silvia but decided that it will not fit my lifestyle as it needs over 30 min to warm up and some polished technique to produce consistent results. Gaggia was OK and I even was able to brew a really good cup of coffee few times. The problem is that it is very difficult to get consistent results, especially if you change the beans often. It was also not fun to cleanup everything after each and every cup of coffee.

So Gaggia went back to the seller and I've continued my visits to Starbucks and my attempts to make good turkish coffee.
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