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De'Longhi ECAM22.110SB Bean to Cup Coffee Machine. - £279.99 @ Argos

£279.99 @ Argos
i posted this yesterday, but input the wrong price, so here goes again £279.99 was £469.99 SAVE £190.00 Two-line display with icons Cappuccino System: it combines steam, air and milk, pro… Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
i posted this yesterday, but input the wrong price, so here goes again

£279.99

was £469.99

SAVE £190.00

Two-line display with icons Cappuccino System: it combines steam, air and milk, producing a rich, creamy froth for great cappuccinos Personalizing coffee as often as you want has never been easier. Choose from short, medium or long, try a strong or extra mild aroma, enjoy it piping hot, medium or low temperature.

Coffee options: espresso, cappuccino, latte, americano, .

Can be used with ground coffee or coffee beans.

Integrated burr grinder with 13 settings.

Strength selector.

Milk frother.

15 bar pump pressure.

Adjustable steam.

Water capacity 1.8 litres.

Water level gauge.

Removable transparent water tank.

Adjustable cup stand.

Removable drip tray.

LCD display.

Cup warmer.

Auto shut-off.

Descale warning feature.

Self-cleaning system.

Dishwasher safe parts.

1450 watts.

Size H35.1, W23.8, D43cm.

Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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10 Likes
you lot make me laugh, a blinding price for a brilliant bean to cup coffee machine and you vote it cold

if you dont understand a deal, leave it alone

and carry on drinking your camp coffee :p
6 Likes
pavel76
Voted cold for OP's attitude in comment nr 1...

That will really help shoppers, cheers. Voted hot to negate.

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10 Likes #1
you lot make me laugh, a blinding price for a brilliant bean to cup coffee machine and you vote it cold

if you dont understand a deal, leave it alone

and carry on drinking your camp coffee :p
#2
psmith1958
you lot make me laugh, a blinding price for a brilliant bean to cup coffee machine and you vote it cold
if you dont understand a deal, leave it alone
and carry on drinking your camp coffee :p

the comment is cold!
#3
Thanks for your post, bought this yesterday for work, brilliant machine and been using this all day. Have the delonghi bean to cup a few models up at home. Hot deal...
#4
how much more would a decent dual boiler one run?
#5
chamelion
how much more would a decent dual boiler one run?
De'Longhi Magnifica ESAM4200 is a dual boiler and comes in at 269.99.
That said, I've no idea what I'm talking about, what's the benefit of a dual boiler? oO
1 Like #6
Dual boiler means no wait time between steam or coffee selections, single boiler takes a few seconds to cool after steaming before next coffee can be produced. No biggie, but worth looking out for as it's normally only featured on higher spec machines.
Good price.
1 Like #7
Voted cold for OP's attitude in comment nr 1...
6 Likes #8
pavel76
Voted cold for OP's attitude in comment nr 1...

That will really help shoppers, cheers. Voted hot to negate.
1 Like #9
willysnapper
chamelion
how much more would a decent dual boiler one run?
De'Longhi Magnifica ESAM4200 is a dual boiler and comes in at 269.99.
That said, I've no idea what I'm talking about, what's the benefit of a dual boiler? oO

This looks higher spec in other ways though, and mine has a single boiler and it's never been an issue. Hope that may help someone.
#10
I have this and it's a great machine, paid over £300 last year.

But I have to ask, what cup warmer?
#11
wolf33055
I have this and it's a great machine, paid over £300 last year.
But I have to ask, what cup warmer?
Probably the top cover is a metal plate that gets warm mate, that's how mine works anyway.
#12
Ah, i see, this has spurred me to read the manual. interestingly (or not) it does state the following

"None of the components can be washed in a dishwasher"
#13
wolf33055
Ah, i see, this has spurred me to read the manual. interestingly (or not) it does state the following

"None of the components can be washed in a dishwasher"


I have had this model for 3 years and have always put the washable parts in the dishwasher.
#14
great deal. I wish I had the money now
1 Like #15
Voted hot and one more like for OP's attitude in comment nr 1... (_;)

Edited By: samesz07 on Oct 13, 2016 18:30: .
#16
I noticed the deal yesterday. Have no idea why it was cold can only assume it was because of the price mistake. If you think 279 is a lot for a coffee machine don't buy it but don't vote cold. Big discount+ good product = hot :D
#17
Wish there was somewhere you could try these machines first, I have a Nespresso machine which makes amazing coffee, but quite costly for the capsules as I need 2 at a time, wouldn't want to fork out on one of these and the coffee not be as good. Seems a good deal, voted HOT.
#18
I have the discontinued magnificia plus (think this is the newer version)....used it every day for around 1.5 years now and it's still going strong.

Great machine...def recommend over Massimo etc. just bang in some beans and you have a smashing fresh coffee.
1 Like #19
willocks
Wish there was somewhere you could try these machines first, I have a Nespresso machine which makes amazing coffee, but quite costly for the capsules as I need 2 at a time, wouldn't want to fork out on one of these and the coffee not be as good. Seems a good deal, voted HOT.

You get to choose the blend and supplier of coffee with this machine, even making your own blends, if you want a good supplier I recommend Brodies of Melrose.
1 Like #20
Great machines, mines 5 years old and still smashing out great bean to cup coffees all day long. Just remember to descale it once in a while
#21
Heat added. I love my De'Longhi machine (still going strong after 5 years too).
1 Like #22
These machines are excellent, well worth the money. Buy some Lavazza Rossa and enjoy excellent coffee every day (you deserve it). When the grinder on mine broke the customer service was excellent too.
2 Likes #23
Got 3 of these last week from Currys Cheetham Hill for £169 clearance price:)
#24
But still is good price I bought my existing one 3 yrs ago for 399
1 Like #25
thegame939
Got 3 of these last week from Currys Cheetham Hill for £169 clearance price:)
selling one?
#26
lianghe1984
psmith1958
you lot make me laugh, a blinding price for a brilliant bean to cup coffee machine and you vote it cold
if you dont understand a deal, leave it alone
and carry on drinking your camp coffee :p
the comment is cold!
I reckon it's for the OP profile picture.;)
#27
I almost talk myself into one of these things each time a decent deal comes up, but I always resist because it's only me who drinks coffee in my house unfortunately.

Out of interest, how much cleaning does this require? After you've brewed a cup, is it just take the cup and leave it or do you need to clean up particular parts? How much descaling etc do you need to do - on a regular basis?
1 Like #28
Nightmare to find, managed to get one reserved thanks op, been looking around for one for ages. Kept talking myself out of paying so much money. But this one had tons of great reviews
#30


yes, but £9.90 delivery and from Germany :)
1 Like #31
Yeah same one.
Cheers OP I reserved one yesterday morning so I didn't miss out by checking reviews. Picked up last night and well chuffed since I missed out on the previous offer direct from delonghi.
#32
Thanks OP for this deal. Managed to pick last one up in Argos. Never had one of these types of machines before.
Can someone help?
The box was opened but the machine had all the packaging still on it so looked unused. But the quantities of coffee are definitely the wrong way around. I.e. Long on the left and espresso measures on the right. Should I return it or can this be fixed? And why is this so?
#33
Not sure buddy, I picked mine up today and the longs are on the right
#34
Merlin3000
Thanks OP for this deal. Managed to pick last one up in Argos. Never had one of these types of machines before.
Can someone help?
The box was opened but the machine had all the packaging still on it so looked unused. But the quantities of coffee are definitely the wrong way around. I.e. Long on the left and espresso measures on the right. Should I return it or can this be fixed? And why is this so?


yes ide return it for another, also, explain your not happy as it was an open box and so most probs a faulty return, alsopoint out that it has cost you £10 in fuel plus your time by no fault of your own, speak to the manager, you may get a 10% refund ;) If you dont complain/ask you dont get
1 Like #35
got one of the last few in n ireland, very happy its a great machine so easy to work once u know your way round it.
1 Like #36
Just got the last one in Salford - good deal - thanks!
#37
None left anywhere, gutted.
1 Like #38
Back on offer at at Argos just ordered with fastrack
#39
andygilljoe
None left anywhere, gutted.
back in stock :)
1 Like #40
psmith1958
andygilljoe
None left anywhere, gutted.
back in stock :)
certainly is mine should arrive this evening!

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