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Nescafé Dolce Gusto KP170840 Infinissima Coffee Pod Machine by Krups, Black

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Nescafé Dolce Gusto KP170840 Infinissima Coffee Pod Machine by Krups, Black
Nescafé Dolce Gusto KP170840 Infinissima Coffee Pod Machine by Krups, Black

£59.99

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Nescafé Dolce Gusto KP170840 Infinissima Coffee Pod Machine by Krups, Black. From the model Nescafé Dolce Gusto.

  • Take pleasure in infinite espresso potentialities with the slim line infinissima guide espresso machine, out there in 3 colors
  • Additional massive water tank of 1.2L
  • Simple to make use of -all you want is the machine, some water and Nescafé Dolce Gusto pods
  • Ship good high quality coffees with a thick velvety crema – due to its most 15 bar pump stress
  • Over 40 espresso creations and different scrumptious cold and warm drinks ready with one simple transfer of the machine’s guide lever

Additional information

Specification: Nescafé Dolce Gusto KP170840 Infinissima Coffee Pod Machine by Krups, Black

Brand

‎Nescafé Dolce Gusto

Model Number

‎KP170840

Colour

‎Black

Product Dimensions

‎30.5 x 18 x 40 cm, 3.2 Kilograms

Capacity

‎1.2 litres

Item Weight

‎3.2 kg

Reviews (8)

8 reviews for Nescafé Dolce Gusto KP170840 Infinissima Coffee Pod Machine by Krups, Black

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  1. MH Darlington

    I have to say that I’m very disappointed; the tank is large and can be refilled without removal from the machine which was a big selling point to me. I am aware that I should have read the details more carefully but it never occurred to me that a £60 machine would not have auto-stop when many cheaper machines do have this feature. I have had several Dulce Gusto compatible machines and this was one of the more expensive ones; to expect me to stand and monitor the level in the cup is ridiculous. I may well return this item

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  2. Bliss1329

    The media could not be loaded.

     To me the biggest plus for this coffee machine is the fact that the water tank does not have to be removed in order to refill, and the 2nd plus point is that it heats quickly, I have timed it and it takes 30 seconds to heat and the liquid is steaming hot (as you can see in the video).

    The minus is that it is not automatic, so one has to stand there and watch it. If I had to put the full original place, for that reason I would not have purchased it but at the price it is going now , it is well worth the money.

    One thing which I hope manufacturers of these kind of machines will take note of is to design and produce a machine work with pods or ground coffee

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  3. Amazon Customer

    This machine , lost value as it can be purchased from B&m for a fraction of the price . The machine is great but buying from Amazon is quite costly.

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  4. MrBigChop

    It makes great coffee or hot chocolate. But the compartment that hold the pods jammed and would not open to release a pod. Called Nescafe customer services and they said send it back.

    I bought another though, will see if it too breaks after 6 weeks. Hope not, like I say it makes a great cuppa.

    2nd and also 3rd replacements both leaked.

    4th one seems good, so normally I’d give this 5 stars as drinks are fab, but 3 returned for faults knocks the rating down.

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  5. Mike Robson

    I purchased a Dolce Gusto coffee machine on unpacking found that all the instructions were in every language apart from English Then i decided to register my purchase that was another disasters it decided that I came from Saudi Arabia for some reason best known to itself After an hour battling with the form I gave up and headed to the help desk via e mail I explained everything in the Email about inst not in English and being unable to register and that I am English and not from Saudi Arabia…. The next day I received an answer telling me to try the Middle East help desk…. I didnt find this flippant remark amusing and so I have a coffee machine with instructions i cannot read and cant register Not a good advert for Nescafe Dolce Gusto….. Thank god for YOUTUBE…..

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  6. Andrea Bertocco

    I am using refillable pods because I could not bear the responsibility of generating so much waste (on average I drink two/three coffees per day). It’s been two months and so far so good. I just think that when using small cups random drops splatter around and it requires constant cleaning (did not have this problem before with the Dolce Gusto Krups).

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  7. Siltone

    Our old (and excellent) Dolce Gusto machine recently broke down after many years of daily use. Our early morning, and mid-afternoon coffee rituals are very important to my wife and I, so I didn’t want to make any rash decisions when seeking a replacement. I’ll admit that I probably spent more time than necessary looking at the pros and cons of all those available – but an important decision had to be made! I’m nearly as fussy as my wife in these matters, so in all honesty I didn’t find what I would call the ‘perfect’ coffee maker. One ‘con’ that seems to affect most of those available is their all plastic body construction – that of course doesn’t affect the quality of the coffee they produce, but it is a slight disappointment to me because our other machine had a couple of chromed steel covers and fittings, which gave it a classy appearance. Anyway, it appeared that unless I wanted to shell out a few hundred quid for an all dancing, all singing ‘bean to cup’ coffee machine, I wasn’t going to get a maker with any shiny, sparkly metal on it. ☹️ Anyway, with our budget of £100, we eventually chose this model from Krups, and we’re very happy with it. After using it for a week, these are our observations:

    1. The machine is VERY EASY to use!
    2. It has a tank that does not have to be removed when filling it.
    3. The tank holds enough water to make 4 decent sized cups of coffee.
    4. It doesn’t take up much room, and sits nicely beneath our kitchen cabinets.
    5. It has an adjustable height platform – so you can use any size cup/mug.
    6. It features a high pressure delivery system – so the coffee comes out creamy and frothy.
    7. Our coffee is made SUPER FAST!
    8. It’s an attractive, modern design, and EASY to keep clean!
    9. If accidentally left on it will switch off after 5 minutes – saving electricity.

    By the way, if you’re like me and don’t like reading the instructions, I recommend you go on YouTube and type in: ‘Set up your NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto Infinissima coffee machine by Krups.’ Thats an official video, which clearly demonstrates how to prepare and use your new machine. It’s worth mentioning that this has a RRP of £99.99, however we got ours off Amazon for £69.85, which is a very good saving indeed – so happy days. 😊 Anyway, many thanks for checking out my review, I hope you found it of use.

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  8. Neil Tuvey

    Had a previous variant of this machine which served me well before giving up the ghost and leaking everywhere.
    Decided to re-order this and whilst it does the job it is too fussily over-engineered with its filling station. Worst of all, and maybe not entirely the machine’s fault if designed before the supposedly compatable Costa pods were designed, but the Costa pods have a tendency to get stuck in the machine proving difficult to remove! The first time this happened it drove me mad trying to remove and I thought seriously about returning the machine. I recommend removing the Costa pods immediately after use rather than leaving in machine and if they do get stuck insert a flat knife horizontally to push down the pod to release. It’s a serious irritant though.

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