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Anne Quinn

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at 11-30-2011 2:39pm
Breville BKC700XL
Breville BKC700XL

How fast is the Breville machine compared to the Kuerig brand. Are there any machines that use the nespresso cratridges but make a full 8 oz. cup of coffee?

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Mike Russo ♦ Anne...The two machines will brew in about the same amount of time. The Nespresso cartridges can only be used in Nespresso machines. Thanks.

12-01-2011 12:05pm |

Robert Bage

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at 07-13-2011 9:37pm
Breville BKC700XL
Breville BKC700XL

What is the highest temp setting

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mjackson ♦ The top rend temperature you can set it at is about 195 degrees. I hope that helps and people really like this machine that have it.

07-14-2011 8:42am |

Robert Benck

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at 05-19-2011 8:11pm
Breville BKC700XL
Breville BKC700XL

Does the unit have a milk container and will it froth capaccino?

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Zack Smith Robert, This machine is not an espresso machine. It uses K-Cups to brew drip style coffee. It does not have a steam wand to you will not be able to froth milk. If you wanted to make a frothed or steamed milk you could always purchase Nespresso's Areo 3 or the Capresso froth pro.

05-20-2011 8:37am |

dspaulsen

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at 04-24-2010 2:28pm
Breville BKC700XL
Breville BKC700XL

How large is the water reservoir and what are the dimensions of this unit? Thank you

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WholeLatteLoveS S The dimensions are 13.25" x 10.25" x 12.75". The machine has a 60oz water reservoir.

04-26-2010 3:14pm |

Peter Jalilie

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at 03-23-2010 7:58pm
Breville BKC700XL
Breville BKC700XL

What kind of electrical does the machine need to operate, what is the water tank situation.....can it have a hard line-simple coffer tube plumbed to for water or does it have its own tank..... how is this one better than a Krueg modle.

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TechMilanoItalia The machine just needs a standard 110v outlet. It is a water tank only machine and is not hard-plumbable. This machine takes the same K-cups, but the housing and display are different that the Keurig models.

03-29-2010 12:38pm |