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I have both because they do different things. The Keurig brews coffee, whereas the Dolce Gusto does more of a espresso type drinks (which I am in love with!)
By Amazon Customee on September 2, 2016
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Price, style, and whether you want automatic so it's easier to get same flavor each time or a lever you manually switch on and off to stop flow of water through the coffee capsule. Piccolo is cheapest and manual shut off. Genio and creativa are automated. Melody is manual but more stylish and more expensive than piccol… see more Price, style, and whether you want automatic so it's easier to get same flavor each time or a lever you manually switch on and off to stop flow of water through the coffee capsule. Piccolo is cheapest and manual shut off. Genio and creativa are automated. Melody is manual but more stylish and more expensive than piccolo. I love my genio for ease of use and moderately priced. see less
By S.show on October 5, 2013
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I believe if you buy from UK is 220v
By Sarah Jane thomas on May 1, 2016
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I say the same, you have to add more bars for a stronger coffee and less bars for the milk.
By H. Fagu on October 10, 2013
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At this time, I believe that the only flavor that is decaffeinated is the Caffè Lungo Decaffeinated.
By CJD on May 15, 2015
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It works 120 volts 60ghz. I think Argentina is 220 volts
By Austral Export on May 18, 2015
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No its need a 110v as an US standards.
By Anas AlYahya on December 2, 2013
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It's pressurized water going through the cups of powdered milk. They come with the boxes of whichever coffee drink that contains milk like a cappuccino. You can't use your own as the container has a hole at the bottom and it would just run out if a cup isn't in it. Clean up is almost nonexistent with the cups. Just thr… see more It's pressurized water going through the cups of powdered milk. They come with the boxes of whichever coffee drink that contains milk like a cappuccino. You can't use your own as the container has a hole at the bottom and it would just run out if a cup isn't in it. Clean up is almost nonexistent with the cups. Just throw them away and rinse the cup holder see less
By S.show on December 15, 2013
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sorry, I do not ship to china.
By GooBay818 on September 9, 2015 SELLER
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No is not is regural 110.
By The Blurb on February 5, 2016 SELLER