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Nescafe Dolce Gusto Starbucks Lumio Bundle with Milk Frother $67 @ Harvey Norman

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Seems like good Price. Enjoy :)

With its compact, easy-to-use design and high-pressure setup, the Nescafe Dolce Gusto Starbucks Lumio Bundle with Milk Frother is a practical addition to your kitchen, letting you quickly brew impressive, professional-quality coffee at home. It also comes with a Starbucks gift voucher, ideal when you’re looking for your favourite brew while out and about.

Key Features

15 bar high-pressure system helps add a thick and rich crema to your coffee
Versatile configuration makes it easy to prepare over 16 coffee varieties, as well as hot chocolate, teas, and cold drinks
Integrated auto-off function automatically shuts itself down after 5 minutes of inactivity, minimising unnecessary power usage
Includes 2 boxes of pods to let you quickly create your favourite coffee

What's In The Box?
1x Nescafe Dolce Gusto Lumio Capsule Coffee Machine - White
1x Milk Frother
2x Boxes of Pods
1x Web Credit

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    Is the box implying that there are $75 worth of pods with this bundle? Or is that what the web credit is?

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      Milk frother might be worth a bit…but also failing to see how this is even worth $67

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      Must be the RRP of "2x Boxes of Pods" + the web credit( assume there are conditions attached to use the credit)

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        Yeah I looked into it and found it's $10 for the web credit and one box of 12 Starbucks pods shouldn't be more than $9, so it still doesn't add up or total anywhere near $75.

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          I believe that it also includes the actual coffee machine.

          1x Nescafe Dolce Gusto Lumio Capsule Coffee Machine - White
          1x Milk Frother
          2x Boxes of Pods
          1x Web Credit

          So…web credit $10…capsules $18…frother more $$$ and coffee machine the rest up to $75.

          Still only $7 of value…IF you choose to trust the claims on the box.

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    Made by Nescafe - so is it instant coffee? How much better/worse are these compared to Nespresso?

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      I think they pretty much are Nespresso pods. I got some of the pods from Woolies to try (I got the intensity 10/11 ones) and they taste like other Nespresso pods. Of course, YMMV… :)

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        When I said "pretty much" I meant they are starbucks blend but made by Nespresso. Same pods, same branding. Sorry if I was confusing

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      They are decent but like any pod system they add up… You can get reusable pods pretty cheap (around $1) on aliexpress or eBay… I have been using mine for a while and am pretty happy

    • +1 vote

      If you're into espresso then Nespresso is definitely the nicer option although I've never used one of the third party brand Nespresso pods. Coles now makes its own brand Dolce Gusto pods that are much cheaper and more convenient to get than Nespresso brand pods.

      I have a Dolce Gusto at home and a Nespresso at work and use both everyday. One advantage of the Dolce Gusto pods is they have more capacity than Nespresso. You can actually fill up a large mug with a cappuccino whereas Nespresso is more espresso oriented. Its kind of confusing why they include a milk frother with this. Dolce Gusto uses Milk pods instead of needing to froth your own milk, which is more convenient but not as good as fresh milk. The Cappuccino pods taste good but every other Dolce Gusto milk drink tastes awful IMO, especially flat white. Works out pretty well if you want an easy and big Cappuccino in the morning.

    • +1 vote

      Just to confirm these are not instant coffee but real coffee grounds in a pod.

      The Nescafe line (as opposed to nespresso) has the option of milk coffee pods (i.e. in a box of pods you get half coffee pods half milk pods) so it's a 2 stage process.

      But given this bundle gives you an actual frother you can skip buying those milk pod boxes and just use regular milk instead.

      I've owned all the pod machines bar Woolies (i.e. nespresso, Nescafe dolce gusto, Lavazza, Vittoria, aldi) and this one isn't too bad. The best was probably Lavazza and the worst Vittoria.

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    Thanks. Ordered one. Let's hope they have stock