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The De'Longhi Pod or capsule coffee machine (De’Longhi Nescafé Dolce Gusto Jovia Manual) in Red has: Automatic switch off, Dishwasher safe parts, Hot or cold beverage selection, Magnetic pod holder, Removable water tank, Strength selector. The power output for this Pod or capsule coffee machine is around 1500w. Anything greater than 2000W should be considered quite high. It can produce a maximum of 1 cup from one tank fill. Therefore the water tank capacity is 0.8L. This Pod or capsule coffee machine produces a delicious Cappuccino, Espresso, Hot chocolate, Latte, Latte macchiato, Lungo, Ristretto, Tea and you will need to purchase Pods and capsules to use it. This Pod or capsule coffee machine has a non-standard Transparent water tank water level. We have determined that this Pod or capsule coffee machine is best for Families, Offices, Singles and couples. This Pod or capsule coffee machine takes the following pods and capsules: Dolce Gusto.

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