KRUPS Nespresso Inissia XN100140 Pod Coffee Machine / White

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Essentials

Description

High-quality coffee in a compact design

With a tiny footprint, compact, lightweight and equipped with an ergonomic handle, the Nespresso Inissia is a smart little coffee machine to make your life easier. Inissia is available in a full palette of colours to satisfy all tastes. Compact and light: The light Nespresso machine with a trim profile fits in the smallest spaces High-tech: Fast heating system reaches the ideal temperature in just 25 seconds Energy efficient: Power save mode automatically switches machine off after 9 minutes of inactivity (programmable to 30 min) Automatic and programmable water sizing Recycled: Made of 23.4% recycled plastic

Specifications

Power 1260  W
Frequency 50/60  Hz
Weight 2.4  kg
Product Size (L x W x H) 12 x 32.1 x 23  cm
Way of customization Through Programable recipes  
Pressure 19  
Quantity customization    
Machine Activation Push coffee button  
Water tank capacity 0.7  L
Removable water tank    
Used capsules container Integrated  
Auto stop of beverage Yes  
Number of recipes 2  
Milk system No  
Recipes Espresso or Lungo  
Number of cups prepared at once 1  
Programmable Auto off YES (9 min / 30 min)  
Removable drip tray    
Adjustable drip tray (number of levels) 2  
Guarantee 2 years  
Auto off (switches off after) 9 minutes  
Colours White  
Capsules offered in the machine pack    

Accessories

Documentation

FAQ

Scale deposits naturally form in your coffee maker. Regular descaling helps protect your coffee maker and ensures it a longer life. It will also help maintain a quality of coffee that remains constant over time.
Follow the instructions in your personal instruction manual for descaling your machine as techniques vary according to the model you own.
We recommend using the descaling product provided by the manufacturer.
Otherwise, you may use 2 tablespoons of tartaric or citric acid (both sold in pharmacies and drug stores) diluted in a half-litre of lukewarm water; pour this mixture into the water tank.
For a daily average usage of 4 cups and if the water is hard, we recommend descaling your machine at least every 3 months.
If you live in an area where the water is very hard, you may wish to descale more often.
Yes, if it is coated with scale.
Clean it with water and/or cleaning products recommended by the device manufacturer.
This can prevent clogging in the water outlet and hygiene issues.
Make sure that the drip-tray has not overflowed and empty if necessary.
Verify that the drip-tray is correctly positioned.
Tap water (normal household potable water) is perfectly OK as long as it is free of odors that might alter the taste of the beverage. Bottled water is also OK.
Do not use refrigerated or warm water as this might impact the temperature of the beverage.
Use always fresh water and replace the water if system has not been used for more than 2 days.
For cold beverages, use water at ambient temperature, never refrigerated water, and place two or more ice cubes (20g per ice cube) in the cup.
To be noticed that water hardness is the first reason of machine calcification and so it is recommended to descale the machine frequently (every 3months or less according to water hardness).
If your appliance has not been used for several months, the pump may have difficulty restarting the water flow.
When you select a small or large cup, the pump makes a lot of noise but no drops come out.
- Remove the capsule if there is one.
- Fill the tank to the maximum with hot water (60°C).
- Turn on the machine and select the large cup.
- Take out and reposition the tank every 3 seconds. There should be air bubbles escaping from the tank valve.
- The priming is done and the water flows through the coffee outlet.

If priming is not possible after these manipulations, take the appliance to an authorized service center.
An expresso has a stronger aroma than a "normal" coffee.
In fact, an expresso can be distinguished by its rich aroma and the creamy foam on the surface of the cup.
This requires a pressure of 15 bar (achieved only by espresso machines), water heated to 90-92°C and finely ground and measured coffee (7 g per cup).
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