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NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Genio S Automatic Coffee Machine White by Krups

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NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Genio S Automatic Coffee Machine White by Krups
NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Genio S Automatic Coffee Machine White by Krups



NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Genio S Automatic Coffee Machine White by Krups. From the model Nescafé Dolce Gusto.

  • Superior high-pressure machine (as much as 15 bars) appropriate with the NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto pods delivers skilled high quality coffees with a thick velvety crema.
  • Compact design – espresso machine (Width 11 x Top 27.2 x Depth 27.1cm)
  • Fast and simple preparation for over 50 espresso creations and different cold and warm beverage choices could be created on the contact of a button.
  • Adjustable drink measurement choice lets you make a much bigger drink for when you find yourself on the go.
  • The descaling alert system permits you to get pleasure from an ideal espresso expertise every time whereas the 0,8L detachable water tank makes it simple to wash.

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Specification: NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Genio S Automatic Coffee Machine White by Krups


‎Nescafé Dolce Gusto

Model Number




Product Dimensions

‎27.1 x 11 x 27.2 cm, 2.51 Kilograms


‎0.8 litres

Power Wattage

‎1500 watts



Special Features

‎Removable Tank

Item Weight

‎2.51 kg

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Genio S Automatic Coffee Machine White by Krups

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  1. Amazon Customer

    This is my third Dolce Gusto machine and the first automatic one I’ve had. The last one died so I thought I’d step up. Hmmm. The biggest problem stems from the fact that it’s just too small. The water tank doesn’t give you enough for two decent sized mugs of coffee. We like the Cafe au Lait which lends itself to a reasonable sized mug or takeaway cup. The XL setting fills our Denby mugs to about a two thirds level. So it’s a faff making coffee for two. You have to top up the mug by running again and you have to adjust the setting. Then you have to top up the water tank for mug two. We’ll get by but it’s not what I had hoped for. The drop tray is also wobbly and unsteady compared to my previous DG machine.

    If you just drink espressos or small cups of coffee it’s ideal. Not for us though. Usable but it’s not as convenient as I had hoped an automatic machine would be. Otherwise the price was ok and delivery was quick.

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  2. Nakita

    Dolce Gusto machine is very easy to use. Love the design. Doesn’t take up much space on counter top. It heats to the right temperature. I’m very happy with my Dolce Gusto coffee machine. You can also get galaxy hot chocolate, & Maltese’s drinks too not just coffee ☕️

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  3. Anthony Frost

    So glad we bought this. Did quite a lot of research before buying and chose this one as we mainly drink black coffee. Gives a good froth black coffees and like the additional espresso shot and water shot features.
    Easy to use. Good size. Water tank has the capacity to do two large mugs of coffee with one tank.
    Bought Dolce gusto for the price of the pods and ease of ordering compatible products. My only criticism would be recycling the pods. You need to cut the film to drain them properly, then put in a return bag that is supplied free of charge by dolce gusto directly. Then print a label and take to your local shop who will return them for recycling. Just a bit of a long winded process.

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  4. S H.

    Used for the first time and coffee tasted badly of plastic. Have run it through many times with plain water but still the same. Plain water also smells and tastes plasticky. Will probably have to return it if it doesn’t improve in a couple of days as it’s unusable at the moment

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  5. Dwayne Pype

    Received and looks fantastic. I was excited to make my first cup- no pods with the machine, but I have an old machine so had pods in. The drink was undrinkable due to the plastic taste. I had run through repeatedly as directed in the instructions. I repeated this over and over an no change in the taste. Unfortunately returning.

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  6. Kelly

    I have the larger version of the Dolce Gusto machine that was taking up space so I downgraded in price to this but there was no downgrade in my opinion except in size.

    It is a great machine for all it is not touch like my previous machine it allows me to make the coffee drinkable straight away or hotter so that I can take my time, the previous machine was either hot or cold.

    This is an excellent choice if you are limited for space in a kitchen, on a boat or even on a plane.

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  7. S H.

    What a terrible design…’s definitely’looks ‘ over ‘functionality’! A Standard latte glass doesn’t fit, you nearly dip your fingers in the drink to get the used pod out and burn your fingers trying to remove the hot pod from the holder. After many faithful years use of our old Krups machine this is a very very poor replacement!

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  8. Kwijiboenator

    The answer to that question is – that DG coffee pods taste nicer. Tassimo has a bit of a plastic taste in comparisan. Yes, there are much better coffee machiens which run off beans – which is great if you have the time for that. If you’re looking for a great coffee which doesn’t take long to make, go for Dolce Gusto…maybe Nespresso.

    This machine in particular makes some great coffee compared to the old Tassimo machine – I don’t find myself using the syrup as much as I did with the Tassimo machine, although that it really more down to the great range of drinks available both from DG and third parties. I can highly reccomend the Chococino – it tastes like chocolate brownies.

    The only thing DG doesn’t have compared to Tassimo is the range – by which I mean ‘official range’. There are more thind-party pod options, which are MUCH more affordable. Some people do complain that third party pods mess up their machines – with this machine in particular, some third party pods drip a little, which can be remedied by leaving a spare empty cup under the nozzle. It doesn’t have any effect on the machine – unlike some of the more expensive and fussier DG machines.

    The only critisim I have of this machine is the spill tray. The Bosch Tassimo machine this one replaced had a metal cover, affording an easy clean. This machine has a sort of beveled pattern – whilst it CAN be cleaned, you have to run paper towels into all of the groves, otherwise your room is going to smell like stagnant water. The practical remedy for this I’ve already outlined – leave a cup under the nozzle at ALL times when not it use. You can use the cup to collect all of the empty pods as well – because if like me you have an office bin without a lid – again, you’ll get the smell of stagnant water, as well the actual water accumulating at the bottom of your bin. We use the cup for the empty pods, which we transfer at a more convenient time to our kitchen bin.

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