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Posh Coffee Maker

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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
Im looking for a Coffee maker that does Filter Coffee, Lattes, Capuccinos and Espresso. Anyone know any good deals? Would prefer Ground coffee as oppossed to the Pods. Im a coffee lover looking for a maker thats upto £150.
Help a skint man out
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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banned#1
You can't be that skint paying £150 for a coffee maker! Do you not like the Tassimo machines? They do have a large range of coffees, teas, chocolates etc and they were half price in Argos (don't know if they still are?)
#2
tassimo is a pod type. they break, as for being skint, some1 is paying for me:thumbsup:
#3
As a tip look for a 15 bar pressure machine. This allows the water ti be forced through the filter at a high pressure and provide a decent cup of coffee.Gaggia and Jura are up there, but cost quite a bit. Not sure if you can get one under £150.
#4
Argos has the Gaggia Cubika for £145, might be worth checking out the reviews.
#5
The Gaggia Cubika is a very good machine. Have a look at the Gaggia UK site for reconditioned machines, the Cubika can be bought for £89. The Gaggia Evolution can be had for £99 including 120 coffee pods. Alternatively the Krups XP4020 is available from various retailers for around £95, Paysan.co.uk have the Krups XP4050 programmable coffee machine for £127 or best offer.
#6
http://debenhams.guided.atomz.com/?q=nespresso
excellent machines and lovely coffee
#7
sn0ttyang3l
http://debenhams.guided.atomz.com/?q=nespresso
excellent machines and lovely coffee


I have a Gaggia K-111D like the nespresso they use proper coffee in their pods. It also has a milk steamer so you can produce Lattes with proper milk not like the Tasimo,dolche which use UHT rubbish. Am lucky as i have a gaggia out let nearby to get the pods. The nespresso is a good alternative though, just get the model with the aericcino for Lattes,capuchinos etc
#8
If you are interested, i have the following available....

http://www.electricshopping.com/shop/shop.do?pID=1344&cID=49

Brand new in box unwanted xmas present.

Price on it is £160 reduced from £180..... i am open to offers

ps.... This is the stainless steel version.


Thanks
#9
If you want to pay a bit more the Delonghi EN680 is £250.87 at Co op Electricals at the moment
£290 everywhere else.
http://www.coopelectricalshop.co.uk/products/ProductDetail.asp?ProductCode=DEL-COF-EN680-SS

This is the nespresso system as used by Heston Blumenthal:

"If you go to Heston Blumenthal's Fat Duck in Bray, which is widely regarded as Britain's finest restaurant, and where the 12-course tasting menu (with wine) costs almost £300, the coffee served at the end of your meal will have been mass-produced by the international food giant Nestlé, otherwise known as the maker of that kitchen staple, Nescafé."

http://www.independent.co.uk/life-style/food-and-drink/features/the-cult-of-nespresso-could-it-really-be-the-best-cup-of-coffee-money-can-buy-395944.html

less 2% Quidco and there is a £30 cashback offer from nespresso for coffee machines purchased before 25th Jan

http://www.nespresso.com/precom/sepo/wp0810/?page=1&pays=uk&lang=en

So approx £215 after cashback, I bought one earlier this week

They also do a black Delonghi EN670B for £212 but the wife insisted on stainless steel
#10
I just love coffee and have just posted an offer for a senseo at Marshall Wards at £19.95 with a first purchase discount offer. I also wanted to make coffee traditionally without the pods and the advice for a 15bar machine is correct. Therefore we bought one from Aldi for around £34. Absolutely fantastic machine without paying an additional amount for the label. I would highly recommend this absolute bargain and with a 36 month warranty you really can't go wrong.

Aldi all the way ....!

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