The Finero Next Capsule Coffee Machine is designed to make your barista-style coffee brewing experience a breeze. This sleek & compact machine is perfect for your home or office as it fits anywhere. The machine uses 20 Bars of pressurized steam, to extract coffee with indulgent layers of crema on the top.
Brewing Options: Espresso & Lungo
Suitable For: Lovers of black coffee and those, who prefer complementing it with a separate creamer or milk frother.
Colour Availability: White, Grey & Black
Compatibility - Coffeeza and Nespresso®* Original coffee capsules
Package Includes- 1 Coffee Machine & 60 assorted Coffeeza capsules of Intenso, Classico, Decaf, Cremoso, Forte and Single-Origin Ethiopia.
Warranty: Includes a 1-year warranty from the date of purchase covering parts, labour and 2-way shipping (to-and-fro Coffeeza Service Centre)
**Note: This is a personal-use machine having a capacity of brewing up to 20 cups a day.
Dissatisfied and disappointed ☹️ Expensive mistake
This is a nice machine to have, but not for a large family. It's very handy to make a quick coffee / espresso for a 1 or 2 person household. Easy to take with you, when going on vacation. I'm using original Nespresso capsules, not a cheap thing to do, but the flavors are excellent. The machine makes a nice crema (foam). (I'm using this machine together with another fully automated coffee maker, which makes a less expensive cup of coffee.) I had this machine now for about 6 month and I'm very happy with it.
I love this Coffeeza unit! I originally bought a Vertuoline machine, but the coffee it made lacked depth and was leukwarm at best. The coffee made by the Finero Nxt is great ‚Äî hot and well extracted. I primarily use Coffeeza branded pods, which are recycleable and are Italian in origin. It fits perfectly in the kitchen of my small, one-bedroom apartment, and the red finish is nice pop for my otherwise neutral color scheme. Highly recommend this unit if looking for a small espresso maker for an apartment or for a beginner coffee enthusiast.
I got this to replace my daily Starbucks drink, and it has been great so far! It took some trial and error to figure out the recipe for my perfect caramel macchiato, but I've got it down now. I pour milk up to the second line in the Aerrocino and turn it on, then pour some vanilla syrup in my mug and get my espresso shot going. Pour the milk into my mug, pour the shot in, and drizzle some caramel on top. I immediately rinse out the Aerrocino, then put a drop of dish soap in with some hot water and let it sit while I enjoy my drink. This prevents me from having to scrub the milk residue off the nonstick surface (it does stick). The simplicity of this system is great for a beginner like me, and the tiny footprint is awesome! My biggest complaint about the Finero Next is that the water compartment is in the back and there's no indication that water is running low, so there have been a few times when I went to make a shot and nothing came out. If you only have half a shot's worth of water left, you'll get a half shot and waste your capsule.
Seems like a good little machine. Very lightweight and pretty portable. (It was the cheapest option when I bought it) i recommend people buy it with the steamer frother as you really need to add warm milk to the machine and it‚Äôs a much better deal when bought together. Note this and all the OL machines are a bit noisy when you use them (more then the VL machines) your not sneaking off and making a cup without someone noticing first thing in the morning ;) also this produces a small shot of espresso you can double brew on a lot of them to make it more like coffee but you need to realize how much your getting buying an OL machine, that‚Äôs all :)