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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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        You can pick up a Aerocinno for around $90, so probably better off just replacing that!

        Very tempted to order another machine. ETA is Tuesday (it's hopping around Germany and France right now according to tracking!).

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    Ordered last friday, its reached melbourne, delivery is estimated at tuesday… WOW… delivery is very fast.

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    Interesting when I entered my PO Box address it said they couldn't ship to that address but as soon as I changed it to my home address it went through fine.

    Ordered Sunday 13/11/2011 so it should arrive by the end of week, now to find some coffee pods.

    Thanks to the original OP for posting this deal.

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    Mine has just arrived at office - and it comes with welcome pack. So I will take home, change over plug and report back on coffee!!!!!

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    Same here, found the big box on my desk at 9am this morning. Awesome delivery service, around the world for 5 days.

    Now, can someone recommend the correct pods? Are they all Nespresso's compatible with this machine? Haven't look at Nespresso site yet. Someone here mentioned there are two types. What is the name of this model for Australian market?

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      Mine just set down on my desk too - they're all in sync! I forgot to grab a plug adapter on the weekend - I'm sure I'll have one in a cupboard somewhere at home somewhere - hopefully!

      timhn - Same name in Australia: it's still a "Citiz & Milk" but it's badged Delonghi here instead of Krups (European licence).

      Coffee reviews tomorrow (providing I find the adapter - or snaffle one on the way home).

      Cheers.

      EDIT - actually, I won't have one at home. I'll have the Aussie appliance to euro pins adapter, but for this we need the other way around. Will aim to seek one out before COB.

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      @Timhn Any new single-use Nespresso capsule will work with this machine. It is identical to what is sold here in Oz. What you may have heard are the differences between the refillable capsules under the name NexPod, CoffeeDuck, etc. These products enabled you to use your own coffee so they changed the machines to now punch a hold in the base of the capsule and crimp them so that you can't reuse. The BLACK coffeeDuck ones may work, however an ebay seller says they are not compatable with CitiZ and Pixie.

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        Ah ok, thanks @sucnip and @fookos. I may order the Welcome package (250 capsules Totem).

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        Going to try the Coffeeduck, their support method is hopeless, they don't email back.

        Worse comes to worse, i'll get a charge reversal.

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    Where are the handymen when you need one to changeover a plug :)

    Also taken from Wiki:
    "Officially, Nespresso does not allow customers to purchase coffee capsule from other sources. As a result, choice of flavours is limited and there is limited competitive downward pressure on capsule prices. Nespresso seeks to position the brand as an exclusive luxury good. The concept (machine, capsule, service) is protected by 70 patents which protects Nespresso's ownership of the concept until the patents expire. Nespresso's patents will begin to expire in 2012,[22] eventually allowing competitors to offer capsules and machines compatible with the Nespresso system. Nestlé is working on ways to prevent competitors from doing this."

    http://www.nytimes.com/2010/08/21/business/global/21coffee.h...?

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    Can someone confirm the plug type on this unit for me as I'm at work and haven't opened it up yet. Is it the standard two round pronged euro plug type?

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    @sucnip - had a coffee yet?

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    This is making me jittery no-one with a delivered machine has posted back - what's happening? Have you all switched over to the other side?

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    You can buy Latissima+ for A$350 from amazon.de including delivery.

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    @drjoe27, I still have the machine on my work desk. I about to order some capsules so when they arrive, I'll bring both home and try it out.

    @sucnip, we all waiting for your coffee taste result.

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      Had a decaf last night and their strongest one this morning. Both were very good. My only comment is not to use too much milk as it dilutes the taste. I could see myself having a double shot now and then. ;-)

      To buy capsules you need to join the Nespresso Club. To do this you need to provide the serial number of your machine and where you bought it. I made up a number (I joined before it arrived) and it worked fine. No worries!

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    Took mine home last night and set it up around 10:30pm - was quick and no fuss. Nice piece of product engineering.

    Didn't want to have a real cuppa at 11pm (I can't have caffeine that late and expect a good sleep), so I opted to try the strongest of the decafs they had in the sample pack - I think it's "decaffeinato intenso" or something.

    Shot out an espresso sized serving, let the Aeroccino worked it's magic on the milk and in no time I was enjoying an excellent cuppa! Flavour was great, was hot (use their tip and heat the cup first by running some hot water into it from the machine - then pour it out) and milk froth was excellent!

    I'm a happy camper, so enjoy all. Well done to the OP who found this deal. Also looks great on the kitchen bench.

    PS. timhn - there are 16 capsules in the box with it so get it home and try it out tonight! You don't need to wait for your ordered capsules / pods.

    Cheers.

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    @fookos = that makes me so wondrously happy to read thank you. We are waiting for our travel adapter which I have sent Mr mum on mission today to buy so should be trying our first cuppa tonight. I agree looks good on the bench. *********

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    By the way, I am told the Black CoffeeDuck pods do not work on the new CitiZ machines. Buyer beware.

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    FYI - mine arrived last Friday. Very quick postage. Great machine. We have these at work. Just debating if I should replace the plug or just get an adapter??

    Just a note about the milk frother if this is your first time with this machine. Make sure you clean it well after each use, don't just swirl some water around. Once you bake milk on that thing it is a pain to get clean plus it will stink. Keep it clean and you will have a fantastic coffee machine!!

    PS: love the red colour too

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      Just get an adapter if it's not going to be unsightly. Ours is hidden behind the kitchenaid mixer anyway, so I'm sticking with it like that.

      Picked up the adapter from the supermarket (Woolworths) on the way home last night - was about $12.

      Good point about cleaning the Aeroccino. Also, what's it safe to spoon out the froth with - don't want to scratch the surface of it with a metal spoon?

      Cheers.

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    @fookos , thanks for the tip about the sample pack, mate. Definitely bring home tonight and try it out.

    BTW, anyone try to replace the Europe plug with Australian one? Just cut the plug and replace with something like this http://www.jaycar.com.au/productView.asp?ID=PP4000

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      @timhn perfect. $.70 cheaper at Bunnings. Either works perfectly. You need a screwdriver and something to strip the wires. Use the diagram in the plug instructions as a guide for how much to strip.

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    Great deal, and RayEarth, great pickup for a Latissima at great price. Need to decide what to go for.

    Anyone know where to get a Dyson handvac, models DC31 or DC34 online? It's way too expensive locally and want to get one.

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      Two very different looking machines. The Citiz looks nice on the benchtop and has a retro quality (won a design award), while the Latissima looks more like a coffee machine and is more bulky but it benefits from having the milk function built in for a one touch operation.

      I know nothing about whether there's any difference in the finished product that they both kick out.

      Cheers.

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    Just had a Decaffeinato Intenso. Beautiful crema. Taste wasn't too bad - not strong as expected of decaf flavour. Milk froth was awesome, thick and creamy. Even better than my local Coffee Club.

    Now going to get a chocolate shaker tomorrow :)

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    I've received my machine on Monday. Being a Rancilio owner and a coffee lover, coffee is surprisingly good.

    Has anyone read the accompanying warranty statement? This machine comes with a 2yr >>international<< warranty! It even shows Australia as one of the countries covered by this warranty!

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      Yes - I noted that too, but didn't read any of the fine print. If it's all as it seems, then that's terrific! Cheers.

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      This machine comes with a 2yr >>international<< warranty!

      OMG, are you serious? That is bloody awesome. Are there any exclusions on the warranty? Strange because in my conversation with the Nespresso Hotline (which I posted above), they specifically said warranty from units purchased overseas do not apply in Australia and a fixed $150 repair fee will apply, whether a small part repair or a full machine replacement.

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        This needs to be tested. The warranty card is crystal-clear: 2yr warranty!
        "Nespresso Hotline"…hmmmm, I don't have that card on me…however I believe it was Krups warranty, not Nespresso.

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          Lol, I call it the hotline. It's their contact number from here: http://www.nespresso.com/#/au/en/contact_nespresso

          Ahh, that's the catch, thanks for clarifying that the warranty was with Krups directly. Just contacted Krups After Sales Service here - they have confirmed the 2 year warranty is valid in Australia on this Nespresso machine, just hang on to proof of purchase!

          REJOICE :) sucnip thanks again for this post and please amend to include 2 years AU warranty!

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    delete: double post

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    I also ordered this machine. It's an xmas present for my MiL. She uses our machine at home quite often when looking after my son and really likes it. I have the Delonghi version. It's the same machine down the to colour. So I opened it up to compare.

    The only differences I could see were the obvious krups branding on the front, and the place of manufacture. My Delonghi branded machine was made in Switzerland, the Krups one is made in China. Without hooking it up and putting a pod through it I can't do a side by side comparison, but I can't help but wonder if there are any quality differences.

    I also noted the 2 year international warranty. Kudos to ccrap for calling Krups to confirm the coverage! And definitely Kudos to sucnip for spotting this bargain. Thanks!

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    I have no idea how to use it. All the manuals are in European languages!

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    Guys, where is this warranty card? I don't see anything except the manuals, 4 invoices, Nespresso Club folder with list of pod flavours.

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    I would like to order Nespresso Pixie With Aeroccinno from amazon.uk. Any of you know if it ships to Australia? Many thanks.

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      Try it. It will tell you if you're not allowed to complete the sale. Why from the UK? It'll be more expensive from there…

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    Thanks sucnip. Nespresso Pixie With Aeroccinno from amazon.es is more expensive than UK. I did try but I am not allowed to complete the check out…

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    Thnaks, Just ought one for myself last week.

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    I am now using Coffeeduck black capsules in my machine, not as good as Nespresso but I will practice with stronger coffee blend

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    HELP! I tried so many times to order one from the spain website, but it always telling me that the item is not to be shipped to the address, no matter what address I entered. Anyone had this kind of issue before? Please help me~ I'm desprate…

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      I think they changed it since i just tried to order it again delivered to my address. It worked last week so its not my address.

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    Hi I also tried this last night and it didn't work, so I then tried out amazon.de and what do you know, they're still delivering to AUS. It's 170 euro not including shipping.
    After shipping, and using Amazons' currency conversion it's $249.86 AUD.

    I'm pretty sure that the voltage is identical to Spain/England etc and therefore Australia.

    Here's the direct link
    http://www.amazon.de/Krups-XN-7106-fire-engine-DesignAward/d...

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    Hmmmm so I ordered one, after reading about it on here.
    Paid for it and then 4 days later got an email saying that it was returned as they could not deliver to my address? WTF? Ive NEVER had any troubles with delivery, and im an online shopping addict lol

    Anyways, cost me $14 for the pleasure (lost $14 in the conversion back to $AUS) and went to change my address to ship to work and they are out of stock (is that right? can anyone confirm??!!)

    I wanted one for xmas, for me, does anyone know any other good deals?

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    Okay mine was delivered on Tuesday (5 day international delivery), so the amazon.de site is definitely working for me. Freight sticker on the box says that it's from amazon.it.

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    Yep I got 2 from amazon.it and it cost me $390 all up including delivery!
    VERY happy with that.
    Thanks OP!

    Oh and it came from Germany lol

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