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DeLonghi EN680.M Nespresso Lattissima Single-Serve Espresso Maker, Metal

3.8 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews
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  • Patented "Single Touch" hot milk system. Simply slide the milk tank onto front of the machine, clean button makes it easy to maintain
  • Convenient illuminated control panel buttons allow you to choose your favorite drink with ease, with 2 milk and 2 coffee selections.
  • Easy-to-use patented coffee capsule system. Simply load the capsule into the machine and push the button.
  • Accommodates latte cups with the unique sliding drip tray
  • No waiting between preparing espresso and cappuccino with the double boiler system
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Product Description

Be your own barista with the Lattissima by De'Longhi. You and your guests can enjoy delicious cappuccinos and lattes anytime. It's never been easier to create authentic Italian drinks with Nespresso's patented coffee capsule technology and De'Longhi's patented milk container. Simply place a capsule in the top of the machine and slide the milk container onto the front, place a cup under the nozzle and press the one-touch button. The Lattissima does all the work for you! The milk container detaches easily so you can place it in the refrigerator and the used capsules automatically eject into a container for quick removal. The minute you get your Lattissima home you can start making delectable drinks for you and your family. It includes a fully stocked welcome kit with capsules. Other highlights include a drip tray that accommodates latte cups, easy-to-use illuminated controls, self-priming operation, as well as a cup warmer and a removable drip tray. Enjoy coffee for years to come with the Latttissima pump automatic espresso machine!

Product Information

Product Dimensions 13.5 x 8 x 10 inches
Item Weight 12.9 pounds
Shipping Weight 20.4 pounds
Manufacturer Delonghi
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Item model number EN680.M
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3.8 out of 5 stars 44 customer reviews

3.8 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #240,006 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
#111 in Kitchen & Dining > Coffee, Tea & Espresso > Espresso Machines > Semi-Automatic Espresso Machines
Date first available at Amazon.com October 2, 2001

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By Susan Vazquez on November 1, 2008
I loved this machine from the first time I saw and tried it. However, I started having problems on day 2 - the milk wouldn't froth and it came out in spurts with a lot of water, not even filling 1/8 of the glass with milk. I took it back to Williams Sonoma and they cheerfully replaced it. It happened again to this new machine and, once again, I took it back for a replacement. (I had been in touch with Nespresso at all the junctures along the way and they replaced the milk jug and top twice.) When it happened on the third machine, I called the local Williams-Sonoma and asked if there was someone who could check out my machine. I am in the Danbury, CT area and Bill, at the local Williams-Sonoma, told me to leave it with him while I shopped and he would check it out. When I returned he told me it was frothing perfectly and then showed me how he set it up. It seems that I had not been pushing the jug connection tight enough. It has to click in. The lights had always been on and so I believed that the jug was connected correctly, but I was wrong. Not until I saw it being done and felt the connection, did I understand what I was doing wrong. Without being tightly connected it doesn't work correctly. Now I push until I hear a click and/or push it in a second time holding the back of the machine as I push, and have been making perfect lattes. I recommend this machine highly but think the documentation should be rewritten with this little bit of information in bold letters. I have seen many reviews of this machine from people who have had the same problem and hope that they found the solution as this machine is wonderful.
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Since I spent a fair amount on this machine just like the title of the review says, I have really tried to convince myself I like it and kept telling myself i'm not using it correctly and/or i'm being too picky but then i read other reviews that say the same thing and i finally just admitted "I spent a bundle on a vacation I didn't really like". The problem for me is the heat or the lack thereof. And, I'm not even an aficionado of espresso or cappuccino...give me a reasonably decent/potent strong hot one and i'm happy. This machine just doesn't and i've tried all the tricks (modifying the amount of milk, doubling the espresso, major froth, minor froth, using the steamer once before making the coffee, attaching re-attaching, etc. etc.). To me it tastes watery and lukewarm almost all the time. And I have to agree with those others, the cup warmer is pretty useless but even if it wasn't I want the drink to be hot itself, not through the external 'warmth' of the cup re-heating coffee. The espresso tastes good by itself generally but still isn't as good as some of the other Nespresso machines i've used at hotels. Wish I could return it. As the others say, the design is sleek; the cleaning is comparatively easy and minimal.
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My bff has the Latissima Plus. It makes fantastic coffee and decided I'd splurge and have great coffee at my own house. I went for the Latissima because of the large water reservoir, the fact it refills from the front/bottom, and the cup warming option. After 10 days of intense use, I finally sent it back. Mine was persnickety. It refused to make a cup of coffee the first cup of the day. It would start, then immediately stop, and all the lights would blink (indicating low water as per the manual - no matter what the water level.) I'd start again and it would make coffee, but only froth a minute amount of milk (even after I'd adjusted the factory setting to make my desired amount of cappuccino frothed milk.) The third time would be the charm - mostly - so I finally learned this was when I'd finally put the Nespresso pod in the machine. It would work beautifully, until it wouldn't. Sometimes it would froth, sometimes I'd get just milk. Sometimes just a little froth, sometimes a lot. There seemed to be no rhyme or reason to the variability. The same milk at the same temp, the same "froth level" setting, the same routine, including cleaning the frother after each use. After much discussion with my bff, who swears hers gets used 10+ times a day by her husband who never cleans it, she swears hers never acts up like this. I can say that when I spent a week with her, I never saw any issues with hers. Mine also would have large amounts of water in the drip tray, despite never seeing any water actually run in there. I suspect there was a leak in the system somewhere. Perhaps that was affecting the frothing ability?

I did like the front loading water reservoir, and the frothed milk, when working, was divine.
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I saw this machine and tried a few samples of espresso with my family in the Nepresso store in Boston a month ago. I ordered it as soon as I returned from my trip. I think it produces a fantastic espresso and I like the convenience of the pods. I also own the Keurig machine and the Tassimo machine. Obviously I like the convenience of pod machines. I love the Keurig machine for regular coffee and iced coffee. The Tassimo machine can't compete with the Keurig machine for coffee. I bought it to make mostly cappuccinos and espresso with but it can't touch the Nespresso lattissima. The lattissima uses real milk not prepackaged condensed milk and the espresso the lattissima produces is far superior to anything the Tassimo produces. Hands down the Lattisima is a far superior machine. I have no problem with the milk frother and the temp of the milk on the Lattissima machine. After reading the others comments about the temperature I have always just run hot water through the frother first and made sure my cup was at least room temperature. My model has the cup warmer on top which I think is great. It keeps the cups warm all the time. I think the espressos and cappuccinos are plenty hot and so do my kids. We've only had it a couple of weeks but it gets used two to three times a day, some times more. I'm having a dinner party in two weeks and looking forward to be able to offer great espresso and cappuccino after dinner. It also makes great iced lattes. At this time I have no complaints about it. We love it!

Update-there is a newer version of this machine out there and it is better. I purchased the newer one in the fall and love it. The old machine is still working and my son took it to college. They have made many improvements to the new machine and it is cheaper. See my review of the new machine.
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