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

£229.99 @ Amazon
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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7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago
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#1
Got it for £189!

Thanks
1 Like #2
S c 0 TT y
Got it for £189!
Thanks

Yes, from a new seller based in China...

Cancel and get the one sold by Amazon directly for a bit more.
#3
Amazon ones are gone.
1 Like #4
fireman1
Amazon ones are gone.

My mistake, it's just defaulted to the third party seller for some reason.
#5
back in stock
#6
Mods - please unexpire. This is for the Amazon direct deal - not the Chinese seller. Hence the price shown of £204.57. ;)
#7
Thanks, Ive taken a gamble on the £174 Used Very Good warehouse one they had.
#8
where to buy for 174?
#9
kesi10032003
where to buy for 174?

In the Amazon Warehouse.

Your text here
#10
I have one of these I bought around 14 months ago and it is excellent. I use it a few times a day for Latte's and have not had any problems with it. I don't use the steam wand though as it is easier to use a separate automatic milk frother/warmer.
1 Like #11
kingy666
I have one of these I bought around 14 months ago and it is excellent. I use it a few times a day for Latte's and have not had any problems with it. I don't use the steam wand though as it is easier to use a separate automatic milk frother/warmer.

Steam wand is really easy to use but you need to ditch the outer tube bit. Follow the guide that starts half way through this vid for perfect results every time... https://youtu.be/sVSsHQPdtdY
#12
Its gone up to £229....

Anyone ever used redondo.co.uk ??

I'm not sure if its legit or a scam....I placed it in a basket and then got an offer code in my email giving 5% further off - £202

https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/redondo.co.uk
1 Like #13
We have one of these too .. and adore it.
Highly recommended.
1 Like #14
Mine is nearly 5 years old now and still going strong :D
#15
I paid £229 last year - I hate coffee but bought for coffee-loving hubby anniversary present. It's a great machine and makes great coffee according to him, used to have a coffee shop so he knows! Hope this helps
#16
b1g1an
kingy666
I have one of these I bought around 14 months ago and it is excellent. I use it a few times a day for Latte's and have not had any problems with it. I don't use the steam wand though as it is easier to use a separate automatic milk frother/warmer.

Steam wand is really easy to use but you need to ditch the outer tube bit. Follow the guide that starts half way through this vid for perfect results every time... https://youtu.be/sVSsHQPdtdY


I haven't noticed anything not right about ours, will consider trying the hack though for comparison :)
#17
what's the Amazon warehouse ones like. used machines or just damaged boxes?
1 Like #18
wroenaldinho
what's the Amazon warehouse ones like. used machines or just damaged boxes?

"Minor cosmetic imperfection on the top, front or sides of the item."
1 Like #19
I got one 12 months ago via Amazon warehouse. Was brand new but box was a bit battered. Excellent machine.
#20
barijohn
I got one 12 months ago via Amazon warehouse. Was brand new but box was a bit battered. Excellent machine.


cheers guys
#21
aide
Its gone up to £229....
Anyone ever used redondo.co.uk ??
I'm not sure if its legit or a scam....I placed it in a basket and then got an offer code in my email giving 5% further off - £202https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/redondo.co.uk

Most likely a drop shipper. The business rents virtual office space / telecoms services on a 600 acre farm in Swansea. Richard actually resides over the Channel in Devon (he wasn't very happy about the planning application for new builds near his home...)
#22
so, safe to order from them?
#23
aide
so, safe to order from them?

No, obviously not. Have you seen the 'deal' from them for a nespresso? Read the comments in that thread.
#25
A much better idea than the pod machines, my calculations confirm bean/running costs are comparable to 'decent' instant.
Decent price for a good machine though not as good as the £122 I paid for a Philips HD8761 in May. :)
#26
I got one of these last year. First one broke after 3 months and the replacement didn't last too long either. Currently on my third which seems to be OK so far. Does make nice coffee once you get the settings correct. Just make sure to avoid caramelised beans which will clog the machine up. I tend to use ones from a local coffee shop or if I run out the lavazza from the supermarket is also decent.
#27
damadgeruk
A much better idea than the pod machines, my calculations confirm bean/running costs are comparable to 'decent' instant.
Decent price for a good machine though not as good as the £122 I paid for a Philips HD8761 in May. :)

Deal of the century. How'd you manage that??
#28
djstevie
I got one of these last year. First one broke after 3 months and the replacement didn't last too long either. Currently on my third which seems to be OK so far. Does make nice coffee once you get the settings correct. Just make sure to avoid caramelised beans which will clog the machine up. I tend to use ones from a local coffee shop or if I run out the lavazza from the supermarket is also decent.

And use filtered water and descale every couple of months. I had years ago never any problems but I was OCD about taking good care of it. Sold it after 2 years for only £50 less than I'd bought it. They hold some value.

Edited By: donslibi on Nov 11, 2016 08:58
#29
Mrs.Z
I paid £229 last year - I hate coffee but bought for coffee-loving hubby anniversary present. It's a great machine and makes great coffee according to him, used to have a coffee shop so he knows! Hope this helps


Can't of been much of a coffee shop if he thinks these churn out good coffee. No wonder he used to have one.
#30
donslibi
damadgeruk
A much better idea than the pod machines, my calculations confirm bean/running costs are comparable to 'decent' instant.
Decent price for a good machine though not as good as the £122 I paid for a Philips HD8761 in May. :)
Deal of the century. How'd you manage that??
Warehouse clearout, also bought an HD8766 for £159 (now with parents) and an HD8651 for £102 though I have still to decide where it's going. :)
#31
cossy3
Mrs.Z
I paid £229 last year - I hate coffee but bought for coffee-loving hubby anniversary present. It's a great machine and makes great coffee according to him, used to have a coffee shop so he knows! Hope this helps

Can't of been much of a coffee shop if he thinks these churn out good coffee. No wonder he used to have one.
These consumer bean to cup machines are perfectly capable of producing a fantastic cup of coffee, maybe you're doing it wrong.
1 Like #32
damadgeruk
donslibi
damadgeruk
A much better idea than the pod machines, my calculations confirm bean/running costs are comparable to 'decent' instant.
Decent price for a good machine though not as good as the £122 I paid for a Philips HD8761 in May. :)
Deal of the century. How'd you manage that??
Warehouse clearout, also bought an HD8766 for £159 (now with parents) and an HD8651 for £102 though I have still to decide where it's going. :)

Too good. How about sending the HD8651 my way? :)
#33
damadgeruk
cossy3
Mrs.Z
I paid £229 last year - I hate coffee but bought for coffee-loving hubby anniversary present. It's a great machine and makes great coffee according to him, used to have a coffee shop so he knows! Hope this helps

Can't of been much of a coffee shop if he thinks these churn out good coffee. No wonder he used to have one.
These consumer bean to cup machines are perfectly capable of producing a fantastic cup of coffee, maybe you're doing it wrong.


Well I put 3kg of beans through mine over a 6 week period. Unfortunately the lack of control over grind size lets them down. If they were stepless it could be good.
#34
Is the 3 year extra warranty any good? Seems like a good deal:

Include Amazon Protect 3-year Breakdown & Accident Cover for £24.00
#35
cossy3
damadgeruk
cossy3
Mrs.Z
I paid £229 last year - I hate coffee but bought for coffee-loving hubby anniversary present. It's a great machine and makes great coffee according to him, used to have a coffee shop so he knows! Hope this helps
Can't of been much of a coffee shop if he thinks these churn out good coffee. No wonder he used to have one.
These consumer bean to cup machines are perfectly capable of producing a fantastic cup of coffee, maybe you're doing it wrong.
Well I put 3kg of beans through mine over a 6 week period. Unfortunately the lack of control over grind size lets them down. If they were stepless it could be good.
Did not realise these had no grind control (mine are Gaggia/Philips). I struggle to find decent coffee while out as my home coffee is so good.
1 Like #36
cossy3
damadgeruk
cossy3
Mrs.Z
I paid £229 last year - I hate coffee but bought for coffee-loving hubby anniversary present. It's a great machine and makes great coffee according to him, used to have a coffee shop so he knows! Hope this helps
Can't of been much of a coffee shop if he thinks these churn out good coffee. No wonder he used to have one.
These consumer bean to cup machines are perfectly capable of producing a fantastic cup of coffee, maybe you're doing it wrong.
Well I put 3kg of beans through mine over a 6 week period. Unfortunately the lack of control over grind size lets them down. If they were stepless it could be good.

This delonghi does have grind control. It's inside the bean compartment on the left.
#37
aj_aziz
Is the 3 year extra warranty any good? Seems like a good deal:
Include Amazon Protect 3-year Breakdown & Accident Cover for £24.00
Probably not, because in reality it's providing cover only for year 3 - the first two are covered by De'Longhi.
#38
4 of u can possibly buy 4 for the price of 3
Do we have trusting community here????
Lol
#39
I'm interested... who'd you buy it from to get the deal though?
#40
donslibi
cossy3
damadgeruk
cossy3
Mrs.Z
I paid £229 last year - I hate coffee but bought for coffee-loving hubby anniversary present. It's a great machine and makes great coffee according to him, used to have a coffee shop so he knows! Hope this helps
Can't of been much of a coffee shop if he thinks these churn out good coffee. No wonder he used to have one.
These consumer bean to cup machines are perfectly capable of producing a fantastic cup of coffee, maybe you're doing it wrong.
Well I put 3kg of beans through mine over a 6 week period. Unfortunately the lack of control over grind size lets them down. If they were stepless it could be good.
This delonghi does have grind control. It's inside the bean compartment on the left.

I know it does, read my post again.

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