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Nespresso Inissia Espresso Machine by De'Longhi, Black
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- QUALITY: Nespresso Inissia by De'Longhi delivers an impeccable barista-level single serve coffee every time, thanks to its simple automatic operation and patented extraction system which delivers up to 19 bars of pressure
- SPEED: In just one touch, ideal water temperature is reached in 25 seconds and you are ready to make 9 single serve cups of coffee without having to refill the 24 oz. tank
- VERSATILE: Adjustable cup size with two programmable espresso and lungo buttons. A folding drip tray accommodates larger single serve cup sizes and recipes
- ENERGY EFFICIENCY: Energy-saving mode automatically switches off your smart coffee and espresso maker after 9 minutes. Rated voltage/Frequency (V~Hz):110-120 V / 50-60 Hz
- COMPLIMENTARY GIFT: Each espresso machine includes a Nespresso Original capsule welcome kit with a range of capsules with unique aroma profiles. Used capsule container capacity: 11
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Compact and colorful design
With a tiny footprint, compact, lightweight and equipped with an ergonomic handle, the Nespresso Inissia coffee machine fits perfectly into any interior design and is available in a full palette of colours to satisfy all tastes.
Espresso and Lungo
There’s virtually no waiting for the machine to warm up before you make your coffee selection.
In just one touch and 25 seconds, the water reaches the ideal temperature to make up to 9 coffees without having to refill the 0.7 L tank. You can adjust the cup size with two programmable Espresso and Lungo buttons.
High Pressure Pump
Simple to use, the Nespresso Inissia offers an impeccable barista-style coffee every time, thanks to its simple, one-touch operation and patented extraction system which delivers up to 19 bar pressure.
An energy saving mode automatically switches the machine off after 9 minutes.
The folding drip tray accommodates larger cup sizes, and drops down automatically when you remove your mug to catch drips.
Each machine includes a welcome set with 16 capsules containing individual aromas. Try each Grand Cru to find your favorites.
Nespresso Capsule System
The Nespresso capsule system delivers exceptional taste and unique aromas thanks to the preparation of high-quality coffees in hermetically sealed and recyclable aluminum capsules for coffee enjoyment at the highest level.
How To Order Your Capsules?
You can easily order your Grands Crus for delivery to the address of your choice.
Internet: Place your orders easily at the Nespresso website, 24/7.
Phone 24/7: Contact our Coffee Specialists 24/7.
Nespresso on Mobile: Download our applications available on iPhone, iPad and Android.
Boutiques: Visit our nearest Nespresso Boutique.
In case you need assistance for your machine, call the Nespresso Club. You will receive an immediate technical diagnosis and a solution to your problem (24/7). If your Nespresso machine needs repairing during the guarantee period, Nespresso will collect it from your chosen address and will deliver you a loan machine, free.
- Pump Pressure: 19 bar
- Fast 25" heat-up
- Programmable, one-touch buttons: Espresso & Lungo
- Movable drip tray for large cups: Foldable drip tray
- Energy consumption class: A
- Automatic power off
- Water tank capacity: 0,7L
Nespresso Inissia Espresso Machine by De'Longhi
With a tiny footprint, compact, lightweight and equipped with an ergonomic handle, the Nespresso Inissia is a smart little coffee machine to make your life easier. Inissia is available in a full palette of colours to satisfy all tastes.
- Nespresso Inissia machine
- Welcome pack containing 16 Nespresso Grands Crus capsules
- Instruction booklet
- Information folder
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Compact, lightweight and equipped with an ergonomic handle, the Nespresso Inissia by De'Longhi is a smart little machine to make your life easier and fit perfectly into any interior design. Simple to use, it offers an impeccable barista-style coffee every time, thanks to its simple, one-touch operation and patented extraction system which delivers up to 19 bar pressure. A fast-heat up time means the water reaches the ideal temperature in just 25 seconds, while a folding drip tray allows for taller recipe glasses and an energy saving mode automatically switches the machine off after 9 minutes to make your life easier. Each machine includes a welcome set with a variety of Nespresso capsules containing individual aromas.
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-Clean appearance, looks and feels quality
-Small size - fits well in small kitchens
-Very cheap compared to a full size espresso machine
-Machine warms up quickly
-FAST. I love how quick this machine is. I used to make moka pot coffee, which is noisier (or the grinder is), faster, and not as tasty.
-Cheaper pods - for me, since this is true espresso, this is a more cost effective way of enjoying my coffee. It is a fraction of the cost of a coffee shop, and since buying the Inissia I have almost ceased going to the coffee shop at all. The unit is cheap enough to outweigh the costs of buying the pods anyway.
-The pods run around 70 cents a shot across the board. They're about the same price whether through Amazon or Nespresso's website, but Nespresso will usually give you a good "Starter discount" and a gift the first time you order, so using a combination of the two might be helpful.
Cons of the Inissia:
-Ordinary coffee from your grocery store cannot be used with this unit - only pods from Nespresso are recommended. This means you can't try out different coffees and their flavors using this machine. You can buy occasional new flavors through Nespresso though.
-The drip tray must be removed if a taller mug is used to collect espresso.
-"A little" noisy. Doesn't wake up sleeping kids in the next room though. Much quieter than a grinder.
-Precious espresso sometimes sits in the chamber where the pod is - when it's done making espresso, the last half a teaspoon of espresso (or less) may sit there. If you've removed the drip tray / used pod box then you'll need to clean the bottom of the section of the unit where the used pod box would be. Not too bad, but it's an extra step.
-The used pod collection drawer also collects this espresso mentioned above - and if not cleaned regularly can grow mold. This could just be very humid environments such as where I'm at, but I was surprised at how short a time it took. I clean and air dry mine regularly now.
Fantastic little espresso machine! I've been looking at buying one of these for years. An office I used to work at had one, so knowing the taste was good I decided to take the plunge. I was nervous about the cheaper price of this unit at first, hoping that it wasn't cheap because of lack of quality. I researched a lot, bought this one, and haven't regretted it.
I found I wanted a taste I could trust. This espresso is the real thing, with excellent tasty crema every time. I prefer the Arpeggio and Livanto espresso shots, but I do like the Envivo Lungo, to my surprise. The Inissia pulls espresso shots and also makes lungo shots, which simply remind me of my trusted moka pot in taste and are a "longer" shot than the standard. I don't really think of the lungo as an espresso, however.
Uses original line nespresso pods; it isn't recommended to try anything else with it (including those that are reusable). You can recycle the used pods if you wish through a nespresso recycling location near you, and little recycling bags come with the unit.
Includes directions on how to clean the machine; they don't look difficult. I haven't had to clean mine yet but the directions indicate when is best to clean. It doesn't look too hard, but you do have to buy a cleanser for this. It looks like just running the machine on lungo a few times with the cleaner and then a few times without; not a big deal.
The difference between this machine, which uses original line pods, and the vertuo line nespresso units: This has to do with the way the coffee is made. Vertuo uses centrifugal force to achieve pressure - the original line it is said uses a special air compressor to achieve enough pressure. I can hear what sounds like this air compressor part working when I use the machine. I researched what others said about the difference in taste, and many lovers of classic espresso liked the original line best, so that's what I went with.
All in all a very efficient espresso machine. I wish I'd bought it years ago, even if it was more expensive then...
Now, about this particular machine. Because it's my first foray into the Nespresso world, I didn't know what the machine should or shouldn't do. There are only two size options: Espresso, which delivers a little more than an ounce of espresso, and Lungo, which yields about 3.5 ounces. The cool thing is that these buttons are completely customizable! What more than one ounce on your espresso? Just hold the button down when starting and release it when it's at the amount you want. From then on, that's the amount of espresso you'll get. The buttons can also be reset back to factory defaults.
First thing I noticed is that this baby is ready to go in 30 seconds from the time you first power it on. Sor there's no more need for clocks and timers that power the machine on beforehand. It also turns itself after nine minutes, which saves a lot more power than the Keurig and most other conventional coffee makers.
The second thing I noticed is that it's loud, but it's putting a heck of amount of pressure through that little pod, so it's to be expected from an entry level machine.
Third thing: because this puts out such a tiny amount of liquid, it cools down very quickly. That's where the milk heater/frother accessory comes in. I haven't bought one yet because I frankly like iced espresso anyway but if you want a hot drink you're going to have to heat the milk yourself or invest in a frother that heats the milk too.
Fourth: This particular machine continues to drip for quite a while after finishing making a cup, so unless you leave the cup under the spout you're going to eventually have coffee all over your counter. At first I thought my machine was leaking, and actually, it might be. But even if it's just the dripping, it' annoying, and something Nespresso should correct for, even in their low end machines.
Speaking of low-end machines, another Nespresso model, the Essentia Mini, went on sale on Amazon a couple of weeks after the Inissia for--you guessed it--60 bucks, and I figured it was so cheap it would be good to have a backup anyway, and it would be nice to compare and contrast the two units.
Well, apparently, from what I've read, the Essentia Mini does exactly the same things the Inissia does but in a housing that's about half the size of the Inissia! It's so tiny that it looks more like a pod storage cabinet than an espresso machine itself. The water reservoir is slightly smaller in the Essentia Mini, as is the storage bin for used pods. But here's where the Essentia Mini is better: drips. It still drips, but doesn't seem to do so as much or for as long as the Inissia. And it doesn't have that awkward flip up cup holder so you can get cups right under the spout (but your clearance is shorter on the Essentia, so keep that in mind, too).
Otherwise, the two machines are identical in what they produce and how they are operated. I'm choosing to keep the Essentia Mini because it's footprint is so incredibly small and because I'm still thinking the Inissia has a leak somewhere. There's more espresso showing up on my counter than I think could be explained by just the dripping after it makes a cup of espresso.
And now for one big caveat that has nothing to do with the machine but everything to do with Amazon: If you think you're going to be able to return your Inissia to Amazon, even if you're within the return time period, think again. When I tried to return mine I got a response saying that it was "ineligible for return". Three different Amazon agents said the same thing, but no one could give me a reason why Amazon wouldn't take it back! Nothing in the item description said it was ineligible either, and it doesn't meet any of the criteria that makes something ineligible either. (One rep tried to tell me the reason is because there are glass parts inside the machine! Uh, no there's no glass in there, and even if there were, I've returned things with glass in them to Amazon before with no problem).
Eventually, one agent said if I sent a picture showing that the machine leaks, they'd refund my money. That's the dumbest thing ever! A photo doesn't prove that a machine leaks! And I'd already carefully packed it up for return anyway. But I jumped through their hoops anyway. So I unpacked the machine and sent a picture of it with espresso drips on the counter. And Amazon did refund my money and didn't even require me to return the machine.