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De'Longhi Perfecta ESAM5500 Bean To Cup Coffee Machine £471.00 @ Amazon (RRP £700)

£471.00 @ Amazon
I hesitated to post this as, Yes it IS alot of cash for a machine that only makes coffee. However, imho the bean to cup quality coffee is the holy grail of lazy coffee lovers and Amazon currently h…
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
I hesitated to post this as, Yes it IS alot of cash for a machine that only makes coffee.

However, imho the bean to cup quality coffee is the holy grail of lazy coffee lovers and Amazon currently have this £700 RRP baby for £471 a 33% saving. Its even cheaper than its baby brother the 5400.

This thing will allow u to tailor ur cup o caffeine juice exactly as required and pretty much with the press of a button = WIN!

Mine arrive tomorrow (cashed in some shares especially :D) I will post on its awesomeness ;)
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#1
Looks like people aren't impressed. Shocking. I'd imagine having your friends over showing of these beast would be impressive thought to get you a hot. Out of symphanthy ( prob mispelt) I'll give you hot.
#2
heh cheers CC

Maybe ppl here are all Tea-Fiends ;)
banned#3
u didnt buy this
if u did we want proof
#4
#5
aberfal
u didnt buy this
if u did we want proof


pwned:p
#6
who needs a coffee machine this expensive!!
#7
Gdammit - guess I should have expected a beating with the chilly stick

Curse all u tea-loving phillistines!

;-)
#8
Sold in most high streets the item is called spoon to instant coffee.
#9
aberfal
u didnt buy this
if u did we want proof


Voted hot for wiping the floor with aberfal :p

Id personally never spend near £500 on a coffee machine but your living proof its helpful to some!
#10
Voted hot - it's a good discount on a quality piece of gear. Nescafe tastes like bilge water compared to what one of these will produce. Actually, Nescafe just tastes like bilge water even without comparing it to one of these. Ignore the ignorami voting cold just because they don't know any better! Jealous philistines!
#11
smn86;5151291
who needs a coffee machine this expensive!!

people who like decent coffee
#12
Sigh, more cold votes for people who think if it's not some cheap bit of tat for a few pence it's not a hot deal. This is an excellent deal - look at the discount!
Heat and rep from me - and well done for proving that you put your money where your hot deal is! I think a certain poster owes you an apology.
#13
Well I must say hot, just for posting the invoice !!!!
If you make us all a cup of coffee, perhaps you can prove everyone wrong.
#14
hot !

What else can you say to a 33% saving !
#15
i never spent this sort of money but mine was a couple of hundred quid... and as a coffee lover its worth every penny.. instant, however good is rubbish compared to proper coffee.

its an expensive item, but a good discount, and as you say now cheaper than the next model down.. so you get heat from me.. enjoy your coffee :)
#16
smn86
who needs a coffee machine this expensive!!


I enjoy a good cup of coffee but this is making a passion a bunny boiler. OTT IMHO
#17
Before I got a decent coffee machine I would regularly pay towards £3 in Nero or somewhere for a decent cup of coffee just because it was far better than I could make myself. Now I rarely buy coffee when on the go.

So even at one £3 coffee per week I'm saving towards £150 a year ... and I drink more than one a week (though didn't go to Nero more than once a week).

So these things quickly pay back their investment if you'reone of those people who oozes caffeine from every pore, like me.
#18
I'm not a coffee fan myself but this seems the best price around for this item .. so I've given it some heat :thumbsup:
#19
These are good, but need careful maintaining if it's going to last. I'll stick with my grinder and Gaggia combo, but that's not to say this isn't a good deal.
#20
Its Arrived!!

http://twitpic.com/4rtkf

Did another one to give some scale - its HUGE (and I'm now in trouble methinks - takes up too much real estate in the kitchen)

http://twitpic.com/4rtxe
#21
Lombear
Its Arrived!!

http://twitpic.com/4rtkf

Did another one to give some scale - its HUGE (and I'm now in trouble methinks - takes up too much real estate in the kitchen)

http://twitpic.com/4rtxe


Excellent - I'll have two frothy milks plus one long coffee and some chocolate powder on top please!

Glad to see this item is being accorded some heat now, even though it's not a DVD, video game or available in Poundland. I was thinking about this annoying aspect of HUKD's voting system last night, and figured that, short of educating the nation's ignorant philistines (a rather large task), the best solution is probably just to do away with the ability to vote cold, or at least the ability to vote cold without displaying a username and a comment - that way deals would be heated up based on their merits, rather than dragged into medicority by those with nothing better to offer.

Perhaps we could all get together and sort it out over a coffee - just tell us where you are in West Sussex and we'll pop round later :thumbsup:
#22
'sfunny. Didn't I read somewhere that there was a Depression looming. Obviously, just the ticket if you're out of work, being chased by bailiffs and consuming more Scotch than coffee!
#23
Well I'm glad this has a bit of heat now and thanks for the nice comments ppl :D

Much as I would like to invite all hduk peeps round for a coffee I only have a couple of kilos of beans ;)

It's true that the cold votes because its an expensive item are frustrating, but this one has come round now
#24
Lombear;5152904
Its Arrived!!

http://twitpic.com/4rtkf

Did another one to give some scale - its HUGE (and I'm now in trouble methinks - takes up too much real estate in the kitchen)

http://twitpic.com/4rtxe


It's erm... an impressive size. :-)

Is it one of these machines with an automatic milk frothing gizmo or can you froth it manually?

One let down of all the coffee machines I've owned has been the milk frother. :-(
#25
Takes milk from the jug at the front up thru a straw thing and then heats/steams as required - tiz good as u can just then put the jug back in the fridge for later
#26
aberfal
u didnt buy this
if u did we want proof


WTF? Why? What difference does it make if they did or didn't? :? Don't say we, you want proof maybe but otherwise....

Would love it but cannot justify it.

The http://www.amazon.co.uk/DeLonghi-Prima-Donna-Coffee-Maker/dp/B000KF9SPS/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=kitchen&qid=1241782816&sr=8-3 was for sale at £666 just after xmas, will keep dreaming about it reaching that price again and also my being able to afford it!

Great products though, if you have the funds for it. :)
#27
Ok been using this for a few days now - VERY happy - Of course u need decent beans but the quality of the coffee is superb - crema etc very good and easy to get just the kind of coffee u want. I tend to OD on the stuff so the one cup setting was not quite enough for me - luckliy the 2-cup is perfect ...

Hard to sayif it was really worth it but now I have my own little coffee shrine in the kitchen where I can go and within30 seconds have great coffee at the push of a button :D highly recommended
#28
Bean to cup machines are great but you do find yourself drinking more coffee cos it's so easy :)

I recommend [url]www.hasbean.co.uk[/url] for a decent coffee supplier - been using the for a while now and it's always great coffee! Try their Breakfast Bomb blend if you want to blow some cobwebs away...
#29
my kettle will do just fine lol...
#30
I have one and paid a lot more for it. It is an excellent machine though, well worth the cash.
1 Like #31
Lovely machine if you have the space and the cash. For those of us who don't live like MPs, these are the business and arguably better value at 12 quid:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bialetti-Moka-Express-Espresso-Maker/dp/B0000AN3QI
#32
I need one.

Good price! Thanks for the post! :D
#33
Lombear
Gdammit - guess I should have expected a beating with the chilly stick

Curse all u tea-loving phillistines!

;-)


im not voting either way but I will say that you can get a Gaggia classic or baby dose for £200ish quid now and thats all you need for the perfect coffee IMO.. I just love my Gaggia.
1 Like #34
Another example of how this website is attracting the lowest of the low. It's almost a bootsale on here now.

Anything of quality is questioned unless you save 7p on a pack of carrots. What a shame.
1 Like #35
Mada06
Another example of how this website is attracting the lowest of the low. It's almost a bootsale on here now.

Anything of quality is questioned unless you save 7p on a pack of carrots. What a shame.


Seconded
#36
I've got a KRUPS machine that is very similar (bargain at Debenhams actually) and although it is a lot of money they are OUT OF THIS WORLD ! Yes it was a treat that I saved up for over a few months after my wife left so I don't feel guilty for investing in a quality machine.

Even the very best instant just tastes awful after you've got used to one of these.

Sometimes quality is worth paying for.
#37
excellent price for a great machine. No way I'm buying it though.
#38
I'd love a B2C coffee machine but just cab't justify the cost, this is a great price though
#39
I was considering getting a bean to cup machine a while back, but decided it wasnt necessary to spend such money on a coffee machine!...........plus, i'd never have gotten away with it.

If you've got the cash to waste/invest (whichever applies), then its a good deal
#40
Not a bad price for a B2C put these still are no where near in the same league as a macine in a "proper" cafe. I imagine these don't last too long reliabillity wise.

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