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Tassimo or Dolce Gusto Coffee Pod Maker

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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
Hi can anyone help i am after one of the coffee pod maker's. Is there one that is better than the other? Are there any good deals out there as i can't seem to find one.
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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#1
all my family have the dolce gusto machines - so simple to use and loads of flavours available - can even pick huge bags of poods up on ebay, argos and currys had the machines half price, around 60 quid after crimbo so check if they still are.
#2
I just got the Dolce Gusto Piccolo from amazon for £45 quid and its absolutely awesome. I've had a bean to cup machine for the last few years and in the end it just started gathering dust, due to the time it takes to make coffee and the amount of cleaning afterwards.

I was new to the whole pod coffee systems and was a bit sceptical to be honest, had it a week now and I'm a complete convert The piccolo is ridiculously quick at making really nice coffee, and virtually no cleaning.

My only problem is the girlfriend is completely addicted to the hot chocolate is makes, so I'm not letting her near it. I'd deffo recommend it, I think the bigger models do the exact same thing just hold more water.
#3
Also i've found Viking Direct to be the cheapest price at £2.04 a box, in tesco and asda they are £3.46. Don't think this is a permanent price, so i've stocked up.
#4
Ah thankyou so much at least i know what to look for now and where. i shall be ordering one this week, thankyou both for your help x
#5
forest2002
I just got the Dolce Gusto Piccolo from amazon for £45 quid and its absolutely awesome. I've had a bean to cup machine for the last few years and in the end it just started gathering dust, due to the time it takes to make coffee and the amount of cleaning afterwards. I was new to the whole pod coffee systems and was a bit sceptical to be honest, had it a week now and I'm a complete convert The piccolo is ridiculously quick at making really nice coffee, and virtually no cleaning. My only problem is the girlfriend is completely addicted to the hot chocolate is makes, so I'm not letting her near it. I'd deffo recommend it, I think the bigger models do the exact same thing just hold more water.

what bean to cup do you have and how much was it?
#6
Hubby has tassimo and he likes that gets pods from tesco/morrisons.
#7
out of stock online at moment but plenty in store at same price in milton keynes store today, may be worth checking at your nearest store.

http://direct.asda.com/Dolce-Gusto-Melody-Coffee-Machine/001560186,default,pd.html

Edited By: ambercatz on Jan 11, 2011 07:59: link i/o
#8
i have circolo by dolce gusto more expensive model (won a style award) I picked it as its slim and sits neater on the work top dolce gusto sell it for £129 viking have it on offer for £85 also pods on offer for £2.04 my friend has tassimo and prefers latte from Dolce gusto

Edited By: amycharlie on Jan 11, 2011 09:00: wrong price inserted
#9
We got this one at christmas.
http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4237013/Trail/searchtext%3EKRUPS+DOLCE+GUSTO.htm

Not sure if link is working?
So - Argos uk
Item no: 423/7013

Although it was on sale, at the time.

We love it.

Does not take up too much worktop space and just enough for two :)
Have not stopped drinking americano's, lungo's mocha's, cappuccino's etc since lol!
The first night i was buzzing from drinking too much of it! :p

Have calmed down since :)
There was some free coffe pods in it to get us started.

You can order the pods then online, from the site they give you and collect points.
Or you can buy the pods in Tesco etc.
Nice!



Edited By: Babylove on Jan 12, 2011 20:46
#10
comet selling coffee machinefor £58

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