Nespresso Citiz – Krups VS. Magimix

As usual, Krups and Magimix manufacture similar machines for the Nespresso Capsule System. In other countries those same machines are simply branded as manufactured by Nespresso. The new Nespresso Citiz machines – Krups XN 7006 and Magimix M190 are slim coffee machines, perfect for making espressos or lungos at your own home or office room, with little hassle.

Nespresso Citiz (Krups XN 7006 VS. Magimix M190)

Magimix Le Cube M220

Krups CitiZ XN7006 Red

Krups Nespresso xn5000

Magimix CitiZ M190 White


Nespresso CitiZ machines have 2 more variants of the machine. You can buy the Nespresso CitiZ & Milk which has a built in included Aeroccino – Nespresso automatic milk frothing device. You can also get the Nespresso CitiZ & Co which is basically a double head machine with two separate coffee brewing units, combined with elegance. With Nespresso it’s all about design and in my opinion they are big winners once again.

Nespresso CitiZ & Co (Krups XN7505 VS. Magimix M190 Duo)

Krups CitiZ XN7505 Black Duo

Krups CitiZ XN7505 Black Duo

Magimix CitiZ M190 Black Duo

Magimix CitiZ M190 Black Duo

Nespresso CitiZ & Milk (Krups XN7106 VS. Magimix M190 Milk)

Krups CitiZ & Milk XN7106 Red

Krups CitiZ & Milk XN7106 Red

Magimix CitiZ & Milk M190 Black

Magimix CitiZ & Milk M190 Black

Check out price comparisons and user reviews on the Krups XN 7006 and Magimix M190.

Coffee Machines Summary

The Nespresso CitiZ machines follow the same architecture of other bestsellers from Nespresso with a 19-Bar high pressure pump to produce a rich thick crema caffe. Here is the feature summary of these machines:

  • 10 Used capsules container so you don’t have to cleanup each time.
  • 19-bar high-pressure Thermoblock pump.
  • Automatic power-save mode reduces energy consumption.
  • Two buttons for different doses – preparing espresso or lungo.
  • A removable 34-ounce/1-liter water container.
  • Dimensions – 5.1 x 10.9 x 14.6 in / 13x 37.7 x 37.2 cm (W x H x D


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20 Comments on "Nespresso Citiz – Krups VS. Magimix"


Guest
DAT
4 years 10 months ago

Have just purchased a Magimix M190
Would like to know of any comments regarding ( and I know we all have different tastes ) as to readers preference of Nescaffe pods to use for a cappuchino. Also are there chocolate pods available ?
Thanks in advance

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krissi
4 years 10 months ago

what is the difference between the Nespresso CitiZ by Krups and the same by Magimix, all i can see is the cosmetic difference of the nozzle, is there any other difference?
help.

4 years 10 months ago

As far as I know that is the difference. Same technical specification.
In the US for example, there is just one type of machine and it is branded Nespresso and not Krups or Magimix.
Enjoy!

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Stephen Margolis
5 years 27 days ago

I have received a Nespresso ES 50 coffee machine as a present. Which type of capsule does it use. Thank you for your prompt reply.

5 years 27 days ago

Hi Stephen,
All Nespresso coffee machines use the same capsule system developed by Nespresso.
Read more in this post.
Enjoy!

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Stephanie
5 years 1 month ago

These coffee machines are really looking awesome

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Fred
5 years 2 months ago

Overall a good machine and the coffee capsules are good products which (so far) have provided a consistent quality.
The machine looks good, produces coffee very quickly (even from start up), is very easy to use and the instruction manual is one of the better ones (yes I actually read it). To date (I have only had the machine for a month), my only complaints are with the design of the machines water tank lid and the used capsule container – drip tray assembly.
I have discovered the shape of the water tank and its lid and the absence of a lid handle means the lid can readily fall into the water tank. Not a huge problem but a pain if the tank has just been filled (especially if you have water quality issues and use bottled water).
As for the used capsule container – drip tray assembly. I think the manner in which they are connected/stacked (the capsule container simply sits on top of drip tray) means the capsule container will eventually fall when the capsule – drip tray assembly is being removed or replaced. I suspect a fall from an expected handling height to the floor will likely damage the capsule container.
These points aside, as stated I am happy with the machines look, build quality and ease of use.
I would recommend it.

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Nick
5 years 11 months ago

After 4 capsules, the Nespresso Citiz with Milk overflows all over your work surface. It is supposed to cope with 10 capsules before you need to empty it. This is a serious design fault. My machine has been returned twice but is no better. A shame because the coffee is good