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Nespresso Lattissima One: is this compact coffee maker your dream cappuccino machine?

Nespresso’s latest pod coffee machine, the Lattissima One, is an ultra compact model with an integrated milk frother that aims to put an end to milk waste. You fill up just the right amount of milk for the drink that you want, such as a cappuccino or latte, and the machine uses it to make your drink. With other automatic coffee machines, you usually fill a larger carafe of milk, which the machine draws from for each drink.

On models with separate milk frothers, you need to gauge how much to make to fill your mug. In both cases there’s the potential for wasting milk – either by frothing too much, or leaving the half-full carafe out of the fridge for too long. Find out more about the new model and how it measures up to other Nespresso machines below.

Nespresso coffee machine reviews[1] – see which models we rate best for cappuccino.

Nespresso Lattissima One – what you get

The Nespresso Lattissima One has a much smaller milk container than previous models, designed for making a single drink. Other Lattissima machines have a larger milk carafe, which you can remove and keep in the fridge between uses. At GBP219, it’s cheaper than other Lattissima machines, but pricier than most other Original Nespresso machines.

Markings on the container specify the amount of milk you need for different drinks, and it’s dishwasher safe for easier clean-up. There’s also a cup holder for days when you just want a quick shot of espresso.

Automated coffee making combined with automatic milk frothing means that the Nespresso Lattissima One has the potential to be fuss-free. It’s also nice and compact – great if you want to save some counter space. Its available in two colours, white and brown. The white version is currently exclusive to John Lewis, whereas the brown model can be bought from John Lewis or Nespresso direct.

Capsule coffee machine reviews [2]– see how Nespresso compares to other coffee pod brands such as Illy, Dolce Gusto and Tassimo

Nespresso Lattissima machines compared

Nespresso Lattissima coffee machines have a distinctive cube look and are designed for those who love a milky brew such as a cappuccino.

Unlike most other Nespresso machines, they have an integrated milk container which automatically froths milk and deposits it directly into your mug, for a one-stop coffee making solution. They sit at the more premium end of the Nespresso range, as they allow you to make milky coffees at the touch of a button, rather than having to set up and use a separate frother. Below we compare the specs to help you find the right model for you:

Model Size Milk capacity Capsules Water tank capacity Price Lattissima One EN500 26cm x 15cm x 32cm 0.12 litres Nespresso original 1 litre GBP219 Lattissima One Touch EN550 26cm x 18cm x 33cm 0.35 litres Nespresso original 0.95 litres GBP200 Lattissima Pro EN750 28cm x 19cm x 34cm 0.5 litres Nespresso original 1.3 litres GBP270

Can’t see the table? Click here to see the full story[3].

We’ve tested the older Lattissima models and have found they they are a bit of a mixed bag. Some make excellent coffees while others trail behind, turning out disappointing cappuccinos. Read the full reviews of the Delonghi Lattissima One Touch EN550[4] and the Delonghi Lattissima Pro EN750[5] to see how we rate their coffee-making abilities.

Other Nespresso models with milk frothing options

If you fancy a machine that makes milky drinks the good news is there are plenty of other compact capsule models with milk frothers, including cheaper options.

The Aeroccino frother can be bought as a bundle with most older machines, and usually costs about GBP50 more. Here are three more from Nespresso to consider:

Nespresso Krups Essenza Mini with Aeroccino, GBP120

  • 21cm x 8cm x 33cm
  • 1 litre capacity

The Essenza Mini is tiny and with the addition of the Aeroccino automatic milk frothing accessory, you can create cappuccinos, lattes and more. The main difference to the Lattissima is that you need to pour the milk out yourself to create your drink, but the smaller size and separate frother could make it easier to squeeze into a tight spot.

Get our verdict on this Nespresso machine in the full Nespresso Essenza review[6].

Krups Nespresso CitiZ and Milk, GBP170

  • 28cm x 37cm x 22cm
  • 1.07 litre capacity

The Krups Nespresso Citiz and Milk is another slimline model designed to fit into packed worktops. On this model, the Aeroccino frother base is integrated with the machine, keeping all your coffee-making bits tidily together. Find out what we though of the Citiz’s cappuccinos in the full Nespresso CitiZ review[7].

Sage Nespresso Creatista, GBP299

  • 17cm x 39cm x 30cm
  • 1.5 litre capacity

This Sage by Heston Blumenthal Nespresso machine aims to give you fine control over your frothing, for demanding coffee drinkers who also value convenience.

The automatic steam wand has multiple froth settings for different drinks, and automatically self-cleans after use too. Find out how this pricey Nespresso machine fared in our tests in the full Nespresso Creatista review[8].

Is Nespresso right for you?

Whether you want your coffee milky, short, or long, Nespresso has a machine tailored to you. It has probably the largest and most diverse range of machines of all the capsule brands, covering everything from super-compact espresso machines to high-end capsule machines that let you dictate the level of froth, temperature and length of your drink.

But is the Nespresso pod system your best option? Before you commit, read our handy guide to the different coffee capsule brands[9], which summarises the pros and cons of each to help you choose. You can also check our 120+ coffee machine reviews[10] to see which models our independent coffee tasting expert rated best for flavour.

*Prices correct as of 19 February 2018.

References

  1. ^ Nespresso coffee machine reviews (www.which.co.uk)
  2. ^ Capsule coffee machine reviews (www.which.co.uk)
  3. ^ Click here to see the full story (www.which.co.uk)
  4. ^ Delonghi Lattissima One Touch EN550 (www.which.co.uk)
  5. ^ Delonghi Lattissima Pro EN750 (www.which.co.uk)
  6. ^ Nespresso Essenza review (www.which.co.uk)
  7. ^ Nespresso CitiZ review (www.which.co.uk)
  8. ^ Nespresso Creatista review (www.which.co.uk)
  9. ^ guide to the different coffee capsule brands (www.which.co.uk)
  10. ^ coffee machine reviews (www.which.co.uk)

Black Friday 2017: only two weeks to go

The biggest shopping day of the year is just two weeks away, and if you’re planning on bagging some bargains, now is the time to start doing your research. Friday 24 November is the date to circle in your diaries, but don’t wait too much longer before you start planning ahead. Many of the special offers you’ll see on the day won’t be as exclusive as they seem, but some can offer great value – with just a little swotting up you can spot the difference and make sure you don’t get caught out.

Check out all our top tips, advice on your rights and the products to watch out for in our guide to Black Friday 2017[1].

Make the most of Black Friday sales

With the frenzy of marketing around Black Friday, it can be tricky to figure out whether or not you’re getting the best value for money on your purchases. Follow our expert shopping tips to get ahead of the game:

  • Research the products you want beforehand: A bargain is only a bargain if the product’s a good one. We’ve got lab test results for thousands of products on our website, so use our expert reviews to find out which products are best and avoid getting lumbered with a Black Friday dud.
  • Analyse prices before you start shopping: Knowing how much a product has actually been sold for previously will help you work out if a ‘deal’ is really a deal.

    We have a useful Price Predictor feature on some of our most popular product categories that shows you how prices have changed over time. Read our guide on how to use Price Predictor[2] to save on your purchases.

  • Create a wishlist: Many online retailers, including Amazon, let you set up a wishlist where you can add all the things you want to buy. Then, instead of trawling through all the Black Friday deals, you can just click straight through to your list of desired products to see if any are discounted.

For all the best shopping advice, read the full list of our top 15 shopping tips for Black Friday[3].

What do retailers have in store?

Although Black Friday is officially a couple of weeks away, some retailers will start their promotions early.

Historically, Black Fridays have seen retail websites crash and high street shoppers come to blows in manic pursuit of bargains, so the extra time should come as welcome news for consumers. Spreading the bargain-hunting period across a number of days can help reduce the risk of impulse buying and give you a chance to check that the deals you’re being promised are genuine. In previous, years we’ve found that almost half the Black Friday deals we tracked were actually cheaper before or after the day itself, so it’s worth researching the price history of a product before trusting that a Black Friday discount offers a genuine, unique saving.

Read our guide to make sure you know how to check if a deal is real.[4] Amazon launches its 10-day long Black Friday promotion at midnight on 17 November. New deals will be revealed on each of the days that the promotion is running.

This will include the retailer’s popular Lightning Deals, which offer special discounts on a small number of products for a brief period of time. Amazon Prime members will be able to browse 30 minutes before other shoppers. Some retailers already have promotions up and running.

Halfords has begun a series of weekly countdown deals in the run up to the big day itself, with offers on bicycles, tools and roof boxes all available. You can expect several other shops to announce early sale dates soon – keep an eye out for stores starting their discounts from early next week.

Choose the right deals for you

We’ve been monitoring the prices of popular items all year, and put together our own lists of deals we think you should look out for. Check out our guides to the best Black Friday TVs, laptops and other tech products[5] and the best Black Friday coffee machines, vacuums and other home products[6].

For the deals that we think may not be as good as they seem, read our guide to deals to be wary of this Black Friday[7].

References

  1. ^ guide to Black Friday 2017 (www.which.co.uk)
  2. ^ how to use Price Predictor (www.which.co.uk)
  3. ^ top 15 shopping tips for Black Friday (www.which.co.uk)
  4. ^ how to check if a deal is real. (www.which.co.uk)
  5. ^ best Black Friday TVs, laptops and other tech products (www.which.co.uk)
  6. ^ best Black Friday coffee machines, vacuums and other home products (www.which.co.uk)
  7. ^ deals to be wary of this Black Friday (www.which.co.uk)

Klarstein Bamboo Garden Coffee Maker • Coffee Machine • 1080W • 1.25 Litres • Built-In Timer Function • Supplied with Glass Pot and Washable Permanent Filter • Housing Covered with Real Bamboo • Removable Filter Holder • Wooden – Reduced

Natural bamboo coffee maker with 1080W power, 1.25 litre tank capacity and built-intimer function.Supplied with glass pot and permanent filter.Housing made of real bamboo.

The Klarstein Bamboo Garden Coffee Maker brings the cozy atmosphere of a Japanese zengarden to the breakfast table. The custom-tailored casing made ??of bamboo fits the coffee maker perfectly, creatinga flattering and cozy elegance that exudes idyllic serenity in your kitchen. Equipped with 1080W of power and a 1.25 litre water tank, the coffee maker quicklybrews up to 10-12 cups of aromatic filter coffee for a fresh, lively start to theday. The reusable permanent filter safely replaces disposable paper filters, eventhough the coffee machine can accommodate them if so desired.A special feature of the Klarstein Bamboo Garden Coffee Maker is the time displaywith a built-in timer that will initiate the brewing process at a programmed time ofyour choosing, so that you can awaken to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee in themorning without having to lift a sleepy finger. The warming plate ensures that thefragrant, delicious coffee is kept in the glass jug at the optimum temperature untilyou are ready to drink it.For a perfectly balanced breakfast experience, complete your Bamboo Garden set withthe toaster, coffee maker, and kettle.

Top Features:

• Coffee maker with 1080W power• 1.25 litre tank capacity – for 10-12 cups• Built-in timer – time for precise, fresh coffee• Supplied with glass pot and washable permanent filter• Housing covered with real bamboo

  • Coffee maker with 1080W power | 1.25 litre tank capacity – for 10-12 cups | Built-in timer – time for precise, fresh coffee
  • Supplied with glass pot and washable permanent filter | Housing covered with real bamboo
  • Drip shield | Hot plate | Removable filter holder
  • The Klarstein Bamboo Garden Coffee Maker brings the cozy atmosphere of a Japanese zen garden to the breakfast table. The custom-tailored casing made ??of bamboo fits the coffee maker perfectly, creating a flattering and cozy elegance that exudes idyllic serenity in your kitchen. Equipped with 1080W of power and a 1.25 litre water tank, the coffee maker quickly brews up to 10-12 cups of aromatic filter coffee for a fresh, lively start to the day.

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