Nespresso Inissia Original Espresso Machine by De’Longhi Black Review and Key Specs
Barista grade: Nespresso Inissia by De’Longhi offers an impeccable single-serve coffee or espresso cup every time, thanks to its automatic operation and patented extraction system which delivers up to 19 bars of pressure. The Inissia is the perfect coffee machine that fits perfectly into any interior design.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 ounce tank. This automatic coffee machine gets your perfect cup of coffee or espresso to you fast.Versatile and smart coffee machine: Adjustable cup size with two programmable espresso and Lungo buttons. A folding drip tray accommodates larger single-serve cup sizes and recipesEnergy efficient coffee machine: Brew two different cup sizes; Espresso (1.35 ounce) and lungo (5 ounce), with just the touch of a button. Pour over ice to create your favorite iced coffee drinks. With the smart energy saving mode automatically switches off our coffee maker after 9 only minutes.Complimentary gift: Each espresso machine includes a Nespresso original capsule welcome kit with a range of capsules with unique aroma profiles. Input power (watts): 1200. Used capsule container – 11 capsules
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3 thoughts on “Nespresso Inissia Original Espresso Machine by De’Longhi Black Review”
Both have broken in the same fashion.Not the same.Buying one was confusing since the same machine has been variously branded Krupps, Nespresso and De’Longhi.It’s very easy for the capsule to be improperly seated, in which case you can’t close the unit and/or the capsule get’s warped and is unusable.I called DeLonghi customer service and they told me to call Nespresso.The vibration is so great that any cup put under the nozzle walks away from the proper location if you don’t hold it in place.I was concerned about getting “Keurig quality” espresso but that fear was unfounded.The pods were getting caught too high in the compartment and thus getting crushed instead of pierced, however that may just have been user error.I haven’t visited Starbucks since this machine arrived two weeks ago.I’ve had these things happen with every machine I’ve had.We were looking for something small to feed our morning coffee habit.Period.I really wanted to love it but was disappointed.The closing mechanism bends the pods and drops them into the receptacle below without piercing the capsule.Couldn’t even get it to do the initial rinse cycles.Really seems like it shouldn’t require a special skill set to make some coffee.I unplugged it for a few minutes to clean the counter one day and when I plugged it back in and pressed the lungo button to turn it on, the lights started to blink and never stopped.My advice, make sure to read the manual before using it.Nespresso pods are good, I have been using dolce gusto and I but I wanted to try different espresso intensities so this is good for that.
It’s in par with coffee’s you order in Europe.Could’ve ruined my laptop.Could it really be this loud or did I get a defective machine?? The sound it makes while “brewing” is so horrible too, like it is screaming, grunting, and grindng itself to DEATH!!, something is wrong, very wrong.That one thing that makes my life worth living.I woke up and made a fresh demitasse cup of Lavazza espresso for my wife and I.Same price, ensured quality, and you can choose the variety you want.Anyway, the problem we encountered is that it did not brew coffee when we tried to use it for the first time.I have tried for days to make an Americano that tastes good.When we came home our drip system just wasn’t doing it for me.I love making espresso without having to fill and throw out the old capsule each time.It’s easy to use easy to clean and so wonderful.I bought this machine based on its size, perfect for traveling.It makes a good espresso for what it is.This is the smoothest cup of coffee I’ve ever had -and I’ve traveled and enjoyed many cups around the world.They replaced it.It’s not terrible but I’m a little disappointed We have used drip coffee makers for 33 years and this is a refreshing change.You can purchase pods online at Starbucks through Costco or Peet’s and Nespresso.I forget the bottom falls right off and have had coffee water go all over my office when I pull it out from what I consider to be the intuitive place one would grab it.After5/6 weeks, shot and long functions were completely messed up.
Before I purchased this machine, I would visit Starbucks 5 to 7 days a week for a vanilla iced blonde latte.It works beautifully.I researched the other models and am happy with my choice.Easy to use and clean.Just know before you buy that official Nespresso coffee pods are about $0.We travel in a motorhome frequently and it is small and easy to transport.It’s so good that I don’t need to go to the Starbucks during weekends.Clean up is a snap; and it doesn’t taken up much counter space.Team loves it! A quick and tasty pick-me-up in the afternoon and the pods cost no more than a Keurig compatible. This is my third Nespresso maching in 5-6 years.The quality of the espresso capsules is really great.My husband likes short, I like Lungo.Pours a prefect espresso shot and very smooth.One caveat – be careful how you drop the pods in – they need to lie on their side so that they slip into the receiving element when you close the machine.A must for the Espresso drinker which I am.Easy to use and easy to keep clean.From what I found online, appeared to be an air pocket in the machine, usually occurring after initial use and subsequent storage.Wasted a couple of coffee pods, but after that, it was smooth sailing.