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De'Longhi Magnifica Bean to Cup Espresso/Cappuccino Coffee Machine ESAM4200 - Silver £229.99 Amazon

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Stylish bean-to-cup espresso/cappuccino machine with professional 15-bar pump pressure Suitable for fresh coffee beans, ground coffee Traditional stainless steel milk frothing arm and built-in burr … Read More
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Stylish bean-to-cup espresso/cappuccino machine with professional 15-bar pump pressure
Suitable for fresh coffee beans, ground coffee
Traditional stainless steel milk frothing arm and built-in burr grinder
Advanced dual boiler system, removable brewing unit and drip tray, active cup warmer and adjustable height dispenser
Bean-to-cup quality with simple 1-touch operation
2 year guarantee
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kelsbels12
brought this last year, excellent machine. hot
Where did you bring it from?

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#1
This is a quality machine, great feature is that you can use ground coffee.
So after midday I grind up some decaf beans and use them for a great tasting coffee.
#2
good find, i posted the one up from this from Argos a couple of weeks ago, fantastic machine
[mod]#3
Had this machine for about 5 years and its great. Important to keep the machine descaled. Makes a difference to the taste of the coffee and also how long the machine will last you.
2 Likes #4
magicjay1986
Had this machine for about 5 years and its great. Important to keep the machine descaled. Makes a difference to the taste of the coffee and also how long the machine will last you.

...and running the water through a Brita filter goes a long way to keeping the scale to a minimum, takes our water from a solid 4 to 1/2 which gives you a lot longer before the descale light starts bugging you.
1 Like #5
yes amazing machine - fantastic deal. Went for its 5 year service last week and came back better than ever
#6
burdini
yes amazing machine - fantastic deal. Went for its 5 year service last week and came back better than ever

How much did that cost?

What did they do?
#7
Bought this machine for £199 almost 3 years ago and it's made at least two espressos every day without fail.

Excellent bit of kit.
#8
Bought the ESAM4000 (black version) a couple of years ago for £104 HERE and it's been a great machine, pumping a couple of espresso's every day since.
#9
Can only echo everyone else. Bought this for £199 about 5 years ago and it's one of the best thing I've ever bought.
#10
burdini
yes amazing machine - fantastic deal. Went for its 5 year service last week and came back better than ever

Lucky you! I sent mine 2 weeks ago - it's getting delivered today
#11
adsham
burdini
yes amazing machine - fantastic deal. Went for its 5 year service last week and came back better than ever
Lucky you! I sent mine 2 weeks ago - it's getting delivered today
Could I ask how much it cost to have serviced, where you sent it and what the service involved? Cheers.
6 Likes #12
kelsbels12
brought this last year, excellent machine. hot
Where did you bring it from?
2 Likes #13
quidstretchy
kelsbels12
brought this last year, excellent machine. hot
Where did you bring it from?
There's always one ...
#14
We have the same machine. It gets a lot of use and I wouldn't like to be without it
1 Like #15
toonarama
adsham
burdini
yes amazing machine - fantastic deal. Went for its 5 year service last week and came back better than ever
Lucky you! I sent mine 2 weeks ago - it's getting delivered today
Could I ask how much it cost to have serviced, where you sent it and what the service involved? Cheers.

It costs £70 - however they ran a 20% promotion during the summer so it was £56 with collection delivery. It was via Delonghi. The service involves fixing/changing any damaged parts and a full clean and descale.
1 Like #16
I'd love one of these for Christmas!
#17
I am unfamiliar with this type of coffee machine. Would it be suitable for high volume use? My Dev team has 6 coffee drinkers and we consume about 4 pots of coffee per day (say 25 cups). How long does a single cup take to make, and can it do multiple back to back? My concern is that if 6 people want their coffee at 9am, person 6 wont get their cup until 10am...

Cheers
#18
The service was from Delonghi - if you're a member of their coffee club they send emails now and again. In this instance they advertised a special offer for a £56 service including delivery - I spent another £5-10 packaging it up.

Quite a thorough clean and highly recommended. Think that promotion has expired now but usual cost is only £20 more
#19
Great coffee machine. I have owned mine since March 2015 and it is still going strong!
1 Like #20
Phil_G
I am unfamiliar with this type of coffee machine. Would it be suitable for high volume use? My Dev team has 6 coffee drinkers and we consume about 4 pots of coffee per day (say 25 cups). How long does a single cup take to make, and can it do multiple back to back? My concern is that if 6 people want their coffee at 9am, person 6 wont get their cup until 10am...

Cheers
Startup takes around 30sec. Then it only takes around 30-40 sec per double cup including getting the beans ground.
#21
Sigh, really want a proper coffee machine but already spent a fortune this last month or two thanks to HUKD :(:{
1 Like #22
Got one of these, used to get my decaff beans from Costco online. The Starbucks decaff beans they sell instore are also good.
1 Like #23
Spent grinds can be put on your flower beds - how environmentally friendly is that - better than nespresso etc plastic filling the land fills.
#24
quidstretchy
kelsbels12
brought this last year, excellent machine. hot
Where did you bring it from?



And where did her bring it to?
1 Like #25
gordo1964
Spent grinds can be put on your flower beds - how environmentally friendly is that - better than nespresso etc plastic filling the land fills.
Good tip and I don't enjoy defending the big brands but Nespresso do recycle their used capsules if customers can be bothered to drop them in store or send them back.
#26
Does this use the equivalent of pressurised filter baskets and a low end burr grinder?

Seems alright but doubt it produces "proper espresso" like a Gaggia Classic or Rancilio Silvia coupled with a decent grinder

Edited By: JustExtreme on Nov 01, 2016 14:02
#27
well done OP, Bought.
#28
JustExtreme
Does this use the equivalent of pressurised filter baskets and a low end burr grinder?

Seems alright but doubt it produces "proper espresso" like a Gaggia Classic or Rancilio Silvia coupled with a decent grinder


Could you get them for around the same money?
#29
Anyone know any slightly cheaper alternatives? Hooked on the Latte from Greggs, my tassimo doesnt produce the same results as Greggs ;(

Edited By: S c 0 TT y on Nov 01, 2016 17:14
#30
really want one of these . save me a fortune if I stop going costa
1 Like #31
Really bad experience with mine. Bought it about 3 years ago, I eventually moved back to my old cafetiere and this is collecting dust in a cupboard.

The coffee it makes is good, but the machine doesn't work well. After the brew, the ground coffee gets constantly scattered everywhere inside the machine, instead of falling into the designated tray. This triggers the 'tray full' led, preventing the machine from operating until everything gets cleaned. Imagine to have to spend about 15min to clean the machine (and you'll need a hoover for that) every 3 to 5 espressos you make. So time wasting and annoying you just don't do it. I sent the machine to assistance a few weeks after buying it (first I tried different coffee brands/types, then adjusting the grinding), got it back with a diagnosis that it 'works as intended'.

Bad machine, worse assistance. Total waste of money.

Good luck with yours
#32
I have this exact model - I use it every day, it's great.
My top tip is that after a while the burr grinder wears in and you have to alter the grinder adjustment wheel to make a finer grind, this should be done whilst the grinder is running otherwise it has no effect. I think I paid £199 for mine (saw the deal here).

Edited By: mcintg on Nov 01, 2016 21:26
#33
I've had one for 2 year's now and it was money well spent (£240ish). I did send the first over back when the grinder jammed and they replaced it with no drama. Makes excellent espresso with a good crema. Milk frother can be fiddly - I bought a steel jug and prop it up on one of the mugs to get the angle right!
#34
Anyone know what the cappuccino is like out of this? I buy at least 1 a day.
#35
wrrr...
Use flubit.com!
De'Longhi Magnifica ESAM4200 15-Bar Bean to Cup Espresso/Cappuccino Maker - Silver
7% We're saving you 15.00
Final Price: 214.99
(inclusive of 1 item, VAT & Standard Delivery)
#36
marek13
wrrr...
Use flubit.com!
De'Longhi Magnifica ESAM4200 15-Bar Bean to Cup Espresso/Cappuccino Maker - Silver
7% We're saving you 15.00
Final Price: 214.99
(inclusive of 1 item, VAT & Standard Delivery)
A saving, yes - but anybody who's ever had any dealing with Flubit's 'customer service' operation will know that Flubit is best avoided. Unless it's for something like a brick or a lump of concrete that's unlikely to go wrong! Dealing with Flubit is a bit like dealing with a market trader - you're very much on your own if anything goes wrong. Amazon is going to be around for a long time - I wonder if Flubit is?
#37
Got the black version for £105 from Sainsburys over 2 years ago. Used almost every day and still going strong.
#38
anewman
Got the black version for £105 from Sainsburys over 2 years ago. Used almost every day and still going strong.
The price hard to believe. How's it possible?
3 Likes #39
Got the silver version for £75 from Asda 3 years ago. The coffee tastes great when mixed with a little ground unicorn horn.
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marek13
anewman
Got the black version for £105 from Sainsburys over 2 years ago. Used almost every day and still going strong.
The price hard to believe. How's it possible?

benjai
Got the silver version for £75 from Asda 3 years ago. The coffee tastes great when mixed with a little ground unicorn horn.

Maybe hard to believe, but definitely no unicorns involved.

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