NANOPRESSO DG KIT
Coffee kit accessory for DG pods
The DG Kit allows the Nanopresso to use DG CAPSULES* to prepare espresso and other coffee drinks like latte, cappuccino, macchiato... The advantage of using those capsules is that there is a wide variety of drinks available and they are very easy to prepare. There is very little left for error, so your beverage is delicious every single time. Pods are convenient, mess-free, and easier to clean after use.
Note: Due to the limitation of the Nanopresso water flow rate and water tank capacity, coffee concentration and therefore extracted drinks tastes might differ from those prepared with the home machines. For certain types of drinks, you won't be able to follow the instruction regarding the necessary quantity of water to use, as suggested on capsule packaging unless you refill the water tank a few times.
*DG CAPSULES refers to Nescafé Dolce Gusto®**. Some non-genuine capsules might not be fully compatible.
** Third-party brand with no link to Wacaco Company Limited.
|Dimension||163x66x66 mm||6.4x2.6x2.6 in|
|Weight||214 g||0.47 lbs|
|Water capacity||140 ml
||4.75 fl oz
|Remark||DG Kit is an accessory and it can only be used on the Nanopresso.|
|Package includes||DG Kit and multi-languages
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I love this guy! I recently went to a trip to Dominican Republic and I brought with me my personal coffee maker, I'd drink it every where that I went in two weeks I traveled 6 different places across the island and I drank twice a day, but one day in a hotel by the pool I got the most perfect mix of textures and color and it was good, very good.
Easy to use, good quality material. Highly recommended kit.
Very good build quality. Really easy to use. I wish the cup / water tank is bigger. 4oz. just doesn't cut it to make coffee drinks. and Grande drinks. Also, I wish they have a guide to how much water to use according to the bars on the capsules. I know Dolce Gusto doesn't have a hard standard, but when you press 5 bars on the machine, it must mean a certain amount of water to use. It knows bars, it doesn't know what capsule you're using.