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Krups Nespresso XN7106 Citiz & Milk Aeroccino (~ $220 Import from Amazon Spain)

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Import a Red Citiz Nespresso with built-in Aeroccino milk warmer/frother from Amazon Spain for approx $160 Euro or ~$220 AUD delivered in 3-5 days. Same voltage, just use an adapter or change the plug. No Australian warranty. $499 list price in the Nespresso store. Domestic street price ~$380-430 AUD.

When ordering VAT is removed from the price and $20 Euro is added for express shipping.

EDIT: Took two days to ship from Italy by UPS. Estimated delivery is under a week.
UPDATE: Delivered 14/11/11! 16 pod sample pack is included. Credit card was charged just under $220 AUD.

The machine is a NEW model - it will not work with brown CoffeeDuck refillable pods. You must buy the black ones!

Glad this has worked out for you guys. :-)

Mod: Comes with 2 year international warranty

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    Great find. We should all look further than just Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk, Amazon.de and Amazon.co.jp.

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      Agreed! Anyone have any experience with other Amazon sites?

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        I've use amazon.de plenty of times (good to think of what is manufactured in that country - ie. Bosch power tools).

        Amazon.co.jp does present some serious linguistic challenges - so I guess you need to be pretty sure of what you're ordering…

        Perhaps some enterprising ozbargainer can develop an Amazon comparison site…

      • +4 votes

        Yup, I use amazon.de, amazon.co.uk, amazon.fr, amazon.it and amazon.es pretty frequently here too. I believe they all ship out of the same warehouse in Germany (except for books?). Plenty of bargains on those sites since the shipping is relatively cheap and a flat rate (no matter how big or bulky the item is — shipping a rowing machine to other side of the world in 3 days by DHL for $30 is well under cost!).

        Shipping restrictions and pricing differ on each of the sites (for instance amazon.de ships Dyson vacuums to Australia but amazon.co.uk doesn't) so it's worth checking all of the European Amazon sites if you're in the market for something.

  • +9 votes

    Amazon Spain!?!
    Kudos! True Ozbargainer! Excellent find!

  • +2 votes

    Very tempting…. looks to be a much better machine than the cheapy Kogan.

  • +1 vote

    Pretty good price for an import Nespresso machine!

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    I've been considering a Nespresso machine for a while now. It's the capsule price that has been the main sticking point for me. Has anyone used the CoffeeDuck refillable capsules that would care to comment on how effective they are?

    • +1 vote

      Apparantly the patent or whatever is expiring on them soon… not 100% sure of all the details but I believe you will be seeing 'compatible' pods soon. Obviously Nespresso are trying to block this. This info was from one of the store guys at the Nespress store Melbourne.

    • +1 vote

      I just bought one and I've already been experimenting. I'm aware that certain models destroy the capsule when used, but my specific model (lattissima+) doesn't, so I've been refilling the spent capsules and resealing it with foil. Worked like normal. I'm sure the refillable capsules will work too.

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      ANyone know the price of 1 capsule? Can you get them cheap from somewhere or a standard price?????????????

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    This looks exactly like the DeLonghi we just got here at work, just rebadged for the Aust market I guess.

    The milk frother is awesome, you get 2 different magnetised coils that you insert in the frother, one for normal heated milk, the other coiled to make a very nice froth for cappucino's and the like.

    It is a bit noisy when dispensing the coffee, but overall, this price is at least $170 cheaper, and well worth the investment if you like your coffee's.

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    Great Find, thanks for the heads up.

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    Does the Euro have a different way to using the "," ? It is listed as 168,95 instead of 168.95 ?

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    Taken from CoffeeDuck about the black refillable espresso
    This model of capsule don't fit on CITIZ or PIXIE machines!

    That is a real shame - any other ideas anyone?

    Edit: The wording came from Ebay coffeeduck but on genuine website there is no mention of not being suitable for CITIZ so now I'm uncertain

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    Does it come with this as well?

    Nespresso Welcome Pack, which includes sixteen Nespresso Capsules and a Nespresso ring binder, packed with Nespresso information.

  • +1 vote

    Spain? How come we don't have amazon.com.au?

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      because they have almost 50,000,000 people and we only have 20,000,000

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        Maybe we will soon. We actually have a good economy and people with money, unlike most of Euro and US. I can see lots of big business (from teh US in particular) moving in on the Aussie space.

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          We actually have a good economy and people with money, unlike most of Euro and US.

          Don't get personal wealth confused with a country's debt… There is no correlation between the two…

      • +1 vote

        46 million vs 22 million. And Aussies are one of the highest spenders online.

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          And Aussies are one of the highest spenders online.

          any evidence to support that claim ?

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          Yeah but only so we can get cheap stuff form abroad :)

        • +2 votes

          Isn't ozbargain a testimony to this already?

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          Aussies are only spending online because local shops(distributors) are ripping us off. If/when Amazon comes to Australia I doubt there will be too much difference between the cheapest prices here and Amazon locally.

          The distributors set the prices so even if Amazon comes to Oz, they will still have to supply Aussie stock IMO which is the same price to them as other shops

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      they own amazon.com.au and have done for a while…

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      Most of the European Amazon (.es, .co.uk, .de, .it, .fr etc.) sites ship out of the same warehouse in Germany.

      • +1 vote

        why wouldn't they, they do not have economic borders between EU countries…

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    Just checked link again and it says this is the 2009 model so I reckon coffeeduck would have suitable product - the brown gold packaging

  • +1 vote

    Are we absolutely sure about the same voltage? I am considering buying for family and would hate to have a lemon!

  • +2 votes

    Aldi is announcing something called 'Expressi' on the 11th I think. It's on the front page of the latest catalog. I'm guessing it's going to be a pod machine similar to nesspresso and lavazza. might be worth waiting for. Or I could be totally wrong.

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    Wow talk about timing. I just bought 250 Capsules for this machine for a Christmas gift, with the aim of buying the machine next week for around $380 (which appears to be the cheapest I can find in AU). That's under the DeLonghi name, but I don't care as long as they're just a re-badge. Ordered. Now to see if it gets here in 2-6 days quoted (thanks OP stunning find!).

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    Any difference with that version, and this one in Australia for a few bucks extra?
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Delonghi-Citiz-Nespresso-Coffee-P...

    Edit: Guy has zero feedback.. probably a bad sign.

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      Nope. This is a Delonghi rebadge. Good find!

      Seller is in NSW. No mention of warranty though!

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      SCAM SCAM SCAM

      A Zero Feedbacker cannot open a Store on Ebay AU. The scammers have found a way around it somehow.

      I've reported it

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      Looks like 3 people have bought them in the last hour from this ebayer. Does Paypal protect you if it is a scam?

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        I wouldn't rely on PayPal's buyer protection alone; best to pay through PayPal using a credit card. (Not recommending you buy that particular item though, since the listing looks suspect.)

        My past two PayPal disputes (for item not received) were automatically cancelled by PayPal with no right of appeal when the sellers provided PayPal with tracking numbers. I never received either of the items, and neither tracking number showed the item had been sent or even lodged (one for USPS only said that a shipping label had been created, and another for Royal Mail had no info at all on their tracking website). I had to get my money back through a credit card chargeback.

  • +1 vote

    Forget about it. The Aeroccino breaks down easily, you need local warranty.

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      As a testament to Nespresso's fantastic service; a few months back I took my Aeroccino back to the Collins St Melbourne store after 2 years of use stating that it was impossible to clean as the inner surface had chunks out of it. They replaced it on the spot stating that that can sometimes happen if you use lite or skim milk and recommended I leave 2cm of water in it at all times when not in use to protect the surface from the sugars in the milk.

      I would imagine that they would be just as accommodating with international stock, they are not franchised and make the bulk of their money out of the capsules not the machines. A customer without a suitably working machine is not a high volume capsule buyer are they!?

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      Was just going to post this. My Aeroccino had to be replaced under warranty after only 4 months of light use.

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      Nespresso collins st are great with hardware. I can understand though, their business is based around selling capsules. If your machine is defunct, they're not moving any capsules. They're happy to subsidise the machines to profit on the capsules.

  • +2 votes

    Thank you Chrome for translating the page for me. :)

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      Stix, thank you so very much for the Google Chrome. I was going crazy on IE. Cheers, mate

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    Wow awesome price!

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    Awesome price! I bought one a few months ago and love it! The milk frothier is amazing

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    quick question, in these pods, is there ground beans or a liquid bean extract?

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      There is ground coffee beans powder in these pods. As fresh as they can be.

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        so how is it any different than using a regular coffee machine with fresh beans?

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          No mess, no cleanup, consistent quality. Not as good as with a proper $600 machine and $200+ grinder + training, but heaps better than instant and a $100 expresso machine.

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    I got one! had a friend translate the page for me. I hope Krups is as good as DeLonghi becuase this is a huge saving.

  • +6 votes

    Haha, can just imagine some poor Spaniard thinking - why on earth are there all these orders from Oz!?

  • +1 vote

    Sucnip, thank you so much for this excellent deal. Have been waiting for something like this. Just bought one.

  • +3 votes

    I never knew I needed one of these until now..
    Thanks :p

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    if u wanna save 5 euros more! hahaha! forza amazon italia!!

    http://www.amazon.it/Krups-XN-7106-Nespresso%C2%AE-fire-engi...

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      Does not work.

      They do not ship that product to Australia from the italian site.

      Please check before posting!

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      amazon.it doesn't ship that item to Australia. amazon.es works though; shipping restrictions vary between the various European Amazon sites. :)

      Edit: Beaten by 18 seconds!

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      Things must bhe baf in ITaly - They raised it by 5 euros!

  • +1 vote

    VERY nice find!
    i got this for $438 a whillleee back

    excellent value, excellent coffee (if you're like me who CANNOT be bothered finding beans, grinding beans, cleaning bean grinder, cleaning machine, loud machine noises etc etc)

    i love my coffee but if i want a really good coffee ill go to my favourite cafe or something

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    Tracking information received. Delivered by Friday! (Apparently)

    Looks like it is shipping straight out of Germany

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    is that the only colour?

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    Awesome deal, bought one. Now looking for cheap pods.

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    timhn - and please post details when you find those elusive cheap pods

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    Bought one! thanks

  • +2 votes

    I bit the bullet and ordered one. I've used Google Chrome to automatically translate Spanish to English on Amazon site. It made ordering process a breeze. Thank you sucnip for this great find.

    The interesting thing about shipping: it costs $30 to ship 6.8Kg from Spain to Australia. I've paid $15 to ship a 0.3 Kg mobile phone from QLD to VIC!!!!

  • +1 vote

    Thanks to the OP - great find. Purchased one last night and finally got me moving from being a very impressed lurker and admirer of this site to a registered member!

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    Thanks! Was out of stock yesterday, back in stock today.

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    Anyone received their machine and had a coffee yet - please tell us what you think

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      Botany, Australia 11/11/2011 Adverse weather conditions
      …clear skies here.
      Package data processed by brokerage Waiting for clearance
      …looks like I won't be able to enjoy it on the weekend.

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    Just spoke to Nespresso AU via the 1800 number re hypothetical warranty coverage and repairs for overseas stock.

    Obviously no warranty coverage for this one here in Australia, but the repair cost is a flat fee AUD$150 regardless of what is wrong, and you will get a loan machine in the interim while repairs are underway. All repaired parts/units then carry a 6 month warranty. Australian stock units carry 2 years all up.

    I reckon at $220, even if the machine does go wonky at some stage, with fixed price repairs bringing it up to $370, it's still cheaper than many AU shops.

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      At that price, you'll probably just buy a new one for peace of mind, not to mention you'll either have a spare Aerocinno or spare Nespresso machine depending on which broke.

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