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This is the capsules that are more expensive
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Do you have to use special pods for this ?
Can you sue fresh ground Espresso yourself?
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Do you have to use special pods for this ?
Can you sue fresh ground Espresso yourself?
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No . The pods have bar codes imprinted on them to tell the machine the correct temp and amount of water for coffee.
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I have this at work and no one ever uses it because the pods are stupid expensive.
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Do you have to use special pods for this ?
Can you sue fresh ground Espresso yourself?
And the capsules are never on sale Frown
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And the capsules are never on sale Frown
We've always ordered direct from them and they give us a discount every time, but obviously YMMV.
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For espresso, this is solid, but for coffee, it always come out lukewarm. I liked the machine for a quick cup of coffee before I end up making 12 cups with my Presto.

So, it unfortunately has been collecting dust on my counter for the last few months. It's also huge if counter-space is essential for you.
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I love mine
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this thing is a money pit, the coffee is average at best and it's stupid expensive. each pod costs anywhere between $1 (shot capsules) to $2.5. if your family drinks coffee frequently and you treat your guests, you're looking at several hundred dollars in pods each year. and the excessive use of plastic makes this thing an ecological disaster. i threw mine in the tech recycle bin at best buy, where is belongs

buy a proper espresso machine for $500-$800 and buy your own coffee. proper espresso machine will pay back for itself in 2-4 years when compared to using this plastic junk.
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Do you have to use special pods for this ?
Can you sue fresh ground Espresso yourself?
I purchased the Nespresso VertuoPlus deluxe bundle set that came with a frother about a month ago from Bloomingdales for $99. I love it. I actually did some research and if you look up "My-Cap foils" they actually do make a foil cap that allows you to reuse their capsules. I haven't tried it yet and probably won't but it's worth a try. I only drink a cup of coffee a day and for me the capsules aren't a bad buy for $1.20 or so. I'm used to drinking starbucks which I easily spent $2-$3 a pop.
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This is the capsules that are more expensive
But also (subjectively) better. I prefer this line due to the different amounts of coffee I can get. Sometimes I prefer more than a small cup of Joe
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this thing is a money pit, the coffee is average at best and it's stupid expensive. each pod costs anywhere between $1 (shot capsules) to $2.5. if your family drinks coffee frequently and you treat your guests, you're looking at several hundred dollars in pods each year. and the excessive use of plastic makes this thing an ecological disaster. i threw mine in the tech recycle bin at best buy, where is belongs

buy a proper espresso machine for $500-$800 and buy your own coffee. proper espresso machine will pay back for itself in 2-4 years when compared to using this plastic junk.
That's not true. It's .85 cents to $1 typically - with sales having better prices. There are also reusable kits you can buy, which I also use. The coffee sure as hell beats small espresso shots or anything keurig or similar (don't get me started on starbucks). I personally haven't seen anything close to $2.5.
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I use mine daily and love it. The capsules are not that expensive considering I was spending $5 a day on iced lattes now I spend +/-$1
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I reuse/refill my old capsules with myCap from amazon. I buy coffee in bulk then just remake pods while watching tv. It's not a big deal, I really enjoy it.
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