WACACO Nanopresso Portable Espresso Maker Bundled with NS Adapter, Upgrade Version of Minipresso, Compact Travel Coffee Maker, 18 Bar Pressure, Manually Operated, Perfect for…


  • [SUPER PUMPING SYSTEM] Built around a newly patented pumping system and no battery/electric need, the Nanopresso is powerful. With the help of your hands, a maximum of 18 bars (261 PSI) of stable pressure is created during extraction for unparalleled coffee. It is more than what most home espresso machines can deliver.
  • [EASIER THAN EVER] The Nanopresso works best with all varieties of ground coffee. Add the boiling water to its tank and pump manually, it is delightfully easy to operate and easy to prepare your favorite coffee wherever. The Nanopresso requires 15% less force to pump compared to the Minipresso.
  • [SMALLEST AND LIGHTEST] Nanopresso’s ergonomic design and shorter length makes it your travel companion of choice. Nanopresso is engineered to be extremely light. Yet, designed to go wherever you go, its construction delivers a reassuringly solid feel. Overall length is 6.14 in / 15.6 cm and the weight is at just 0.74 lb /336 g.
  • [MORE WATER CAPACITY] Nanopresso water tank can hold up to 80ml of water. It’s lined and protected by the detachable cup. Both parts feature a heatsink pattern to absorb and protect the hands from the heat.
  • [GREAT ACCESSORY] The addition of the NS Adaptor allows the Nanopresso to use NS CAPSULES* to prepare espresso. So you can enjoy your favorite Nespresso** Original capsules or compatibles even while travelling.
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‎2.44 x 2.8 x 6.14 cm, 380 Grams

Volume Capacity

‎0.08 litres

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Item Weight

‎380 g

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8 Reviews For This Product

  1. 08

    by Amazon Customer

    Excellent product, a faithful travel companion!

  2. 08

    by Llouise

    I took this on holiday and used it with coffee pods and a freshly boiled kettle. Of course it’s more of a faff than a machine, but the taste and flavour was all there and satisfied my craving without having to leave the hotel room. I started by warming my cup with hot water and running boiling water through the wacaco. I then ran it through with the pod twice. I used instant milk powder which just stirred in without having to pre-mix. This all produced a perfect cup of hot coffee. All very portable and clean up was easy because I used pods. I don’t think I would use with a flask of hot water, but would make it at the source of the hot water where I could pre warm the flask and then fill with coffee.

  3. 08

    by Katrina Ashton

    I like my coffee and I’m very picky!! At home I have the full barista set up including burr grinder and Italian all-singing & dancing coffee machine. In the office and for ease I have a magimix nespresso which is a good little machine. When I travel however I’m left to buy expensive espressos (often dreadfully made with no creama to speak off) …enter the nanopresso with ns adapter! this little unit is brilliant and the adapter makes it no mess and quick to use (make sure you warm all the parts) there’s some good utube videos that show you how to use the nanopresso step by step. While it’s quite pricy (you can now get an entry level nespresso machine for less than this) – eg Krupps) I have to say I’ve fallen in love with this gadget and won’t be leaving home without it!! The fact that it’s so portable means that I won’t need to!!

  4. 08

    by Tim Elliston

    I love this coffee brewer. It is so easy to use and keep clean with the pods. you can make your espresso in a minute, dispose of the pod, a quick rinse and you are ready to go for your next coffee. Seems a very well-made product and comes complete, just add coffee of your choice and boiling water.

  5. 08

    by Dermot H

    Bought this to enable me to have the coffee I like wherever I am.

    I watched James Hoffman’s review and bought the Barista kit and the Nespresso kit and brought the whole lot with me when hiking – nothing like a fresh espresso on the top of a mountain!

    I’ve read reviews that express concerns about longevity – this would be a concern; but to date I have no complaints. The device is a good size, works well and is easy to clean. I don’t use the “pure” coffee accoutrements but they all seem solid and well made.

    Happy I purchased this.

  6. 08

    by Mark Smart

    I bought this so my wife and I could have decent coffee whilst away from home. This is a compact machine that is very easy to use and also to clean. I have used it with NS capsules and also cheaper versions and both have been good. I did have an issue when I 1st used it as one of the capsules seemed to open incorrect and coffee grains went everywhere. I contacted customer service who were very helpful and suggested not tightening the end where the capsule goes too much, I took their advice and have had no problems since.
    I have found that filling the water cup using the machine and then filling again still gives a good cup of coffee and also a larger cup. The pump is easy to use and after about 6 pushes the pressure builds and then the pod pops and coffee comes out. I would suggest not pumping too vigorously as this is also what may have caused the problem I had. Do be aware though that this machine does not heat the water so you will need either a kettle or something else that can boil water.
    All in all this has been an excellent purchase and I am really pleased with it.
    I can’t leave any feedback on using the filter coffee option as I haven’t used this as I prefer the capsules.

  7. 08

    by Sofia P

    Excellent little device, perfect for traveling! I used it for my traveling and the easiest thing was to find boiled water. You don’t need batteries or electricity to make a proper espresso coffee with very nice cream. Easy to use and clean. I brought the NS version and I used capsules. Worth the money.

  8. 08

    by Andy Jacobs

    I started with an Aeropress and then went for an Oomph. Both worked fine but I fancied a change and I like messing with new stuff so I went for this.

    Really nicely made and easy enough to put together. I use it at work and probably make 3 or 4 coffees a day, running 2 lots of water through to get a double.

    You definitely get a nice crema on your coffee. I’ve got a decent bean to cup espresso machine at home and this is as good as that, I’d say.

    It’s a little bit fiddly to clean but probably no different to any other of this sort of thing. It’s easy enough to use with 2 hands and I can just about use it with 1 but then I haven’t got the biggest hands and I’m sure it’s practical if that’s important to you.

    I use ground coffee all the time. I bought the Nespresso adapter as part of the bundle because I used to have a Nespresso machine and thought it would be convenient. I bought some pods and tried it but I think if you’re used to bean to cup then it’s almost like going back to instant coffee. I’ll probably use it if I run out of ground and will keep a few pods as a backup but I don’t think I’d use it all the time.

    I’m also going to order the larger water tank. It’s not too much inconvenience filling it twice but it would just be a bit quicker to be able to do a double in one go and keeping it small isn’t a priority for me.

    The downside is the price. With this and the barista kit you’re looking at just over £100 for something to make a cup of coffee. I guess if you swap from buying a coffee at £2.50 a pop to this which costs pennies then you’ll get your money back quite quickly but it still feels like a lot to spend on something like this.

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WACACO Nanopresso Portable Espresso Maker Bundled with NS Adapter, Upgrade Version of Minipresso, Compact Travel Coffee Maker, 18 Bar Pressure, Manually Operated, Perfect for...