Deal of the day: Nespresso U for $252

Nespresso U coffee machine available for $252

The Nespresso U

The Nespresso U

We love a great deal, so we couldn't let this go by without a mention. Australian retail outlet Peters of Kensington is currently selling Nespresso's latest capsule-based coffee machine, the Nespresso U, for just $252. That's a saving of $47.

We reviewed the Nespresso U last week and found that it to be a competitively priced coffee machine that will suit anyone with limited kitchen bench space. (Read our full review here).

The Peters of Kensington Web site currently lists the orange and black models of the Nespresso U for $252 plus delivery charges. Nespresso officially lists the RRP of the U as $299.

The Nespresso U product listing as it appears on Peters of Kensington's Web site.

Delivery costs through Peters of Kensington's online store appears to vary depending on your location, though the retail outlet will deliver across Australia. Delivery costs to major Australian cities is as follows:

• Sydney: $7
• Canberra: $9.50
• Melbourne, Brisbane $11
• Adelaide $13
• Perth, Hobart $25
• Darwin $38

The Nespresso U includes a Nespresso welcome pack, which includes sixteen Nespresso coffee capsules. DeLonghi covers the machine with a two year warranty.

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