Wacaco NanoPresso Vs MiniPresso: Significant Difference?

Hi all, not asking which one is better as I think NanoPresso is definitely better. But is it significant? Trying to save a bit by getting older version which is MiniPresso but I want to know if NanoPress is significantly better. Thanks.

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    NanoPresso is the newer model. It is significantly more compact too. You can also add a barista pack to it so you can do a double shot (about 16 grams of beans) which really helps getting your portable coffee close to a café taste.

    The black NanoPresso (not the coloured versions though) also comes with a cool carry case that everything fits nicely into.

    You can usually find the NanoPresso and barista kit sold as a double pack on sale around the traps.

    FYI - I've been using the NanoPresso for over 9 months now nearly every day to make at least two coffees a day, it is a good piece of kit (although not perfect) that stands up to being hammered.

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    Minipresso has 2 different models, one for grinds. One for pods.

    Nanopresso has an attachment (if purchased) that will allow you to do both. Also barista kit as serpserpserp mentioned.

    We have a Nanopresso for travelling.

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    https://www.wacaco.com/blogs/news/nanopresso?utm_source=soci...

    not.much different
    size,.weight
    nano gas a.bit more pressure

    I have the nano with nespresso attachment.and.love it

    I bring it to the states in travel

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    Depends what you’re after really. I had the pod version of the minipresso, which I used whilst camping. I’ve upgraded to the nano with both adapters now, and love it. I still use pods whilst camping, but now use the barista kit whilst at work. As far as the pod versions go, they both seemed pretty similar to me - but I couldn’t comment on the minipresso that uses grounds.

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      Thanks. That's relevant feedback for me because either way I would use more pod than ground coffee.

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        Oh you didn't mention that in your post. If you are just going to use pods, get a minipresso.

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          Tendency will be using pods because it is properly ground and easy to store. My only issues with ground coffee is just that it will stay in the container for a while because I am the only one drinking coffee at home.

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            @peuwayaqdq:

            Tendency will be using pods because it is properly ground and easy to store. My only issues with ground coffee is just that it will stay in the container for a while

            If you store ground coffee in a air tight container it is the same as being in a air tight pod from nespresso. They are both 100% ground coffee, so the properties to them lasting the same amount of time is really on how air tight the storage medium is.

            Or you could store beans in a air tight container and grind for when you need them for even better freshness.

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