'Energy saving' Nespresso coffee machine launchedNespresso Lattissima Premium on sale from today

09 November 2009

Nespresso Lattissima coffee machine

Nespresso has launched a new coffee machine in its Lattissima range with new features it says are designed to cut energy waste and be more environmentally friendly.

The Nespresso Lattissima Premium costs £449 and will be available from today (Monday 9 November) at Selfridges and Harrods. Nespresso claims the Lattissima Premium will cut unnecessary energy waste by being the first in the range to include a 'power off' function that you can programme for half an hour or two hours.

Find out how Nespresso coffee machines perform in our review of 46 coffee makers, along with other coffee machine brands like Bosch and Gaggia

Our Christmas gift guide is packed with ideas if you're thinking of buying a coffee machine or kitchen gadget as a gift.

New Nespresso coffee machine

Nespresso says its new Lattissima Premium coffee machine is designed for optimum care and durability, with new technology to alert users when the water tank is empty and when the machine needs to be descaled.

While we haven't tested this machine yet, Which? coffee machine expert Carole Shepherdson says: ‘Nespresso coffee makers generally do really well in Which? tests. They’re usually easy to use.’

If you prefer instant coffee, take a look at our review of 145 kettles to find out whether brands like Tefal, Kenwood and Breville get a Which? Best Buy.

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