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Delonghi Bean to Cup Coffee Machine reduced from £729 to £349.00 with £120 worth of free gifts @ Currys

£349.00 @ Currys
If you are a coffee lover like me then this is a bargain! Usual price £729.00, reduced to £349 and includes £120 worth of free gifts when you sign up to Delonghi Coffee Club. You are saving £380.99+ £…
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If you are a coffee lover like me then this is a bargain! Usual price £729.00, reduced to £349 and includes £120 worth of free gifts when you sign up to Delonghi Coffee Club. You are saving £380.99+ £120: £500.99!

Selling in Debenhams for £600 (on sale) and nextdaycatering.co.uk is £850!
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tawse57
How many jars of coffee does this work out as?

Most folks use cups with it. If you use a jar I'd imagine it'd hold about 4 cups worth of coffee.

Hope this helps ;)
6 Likes
tawse57
How many jars of coffee does this work out as?


If your asking that question this deal isn't for you. You just stick to drinking that instant muck. This is an amazing price.

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1 Like #1
I wouldnt buy from currys again, i went to them when my coffee machine stopped working and they just left it sat there for a week and told me to contact the manufacturer
#2
How many jars of coffee does this work out as?
4 Likes #3
tawse57
How many jars of coffee does this work out as?


​I fail to see the relevance???
6 Likes #4
tawse57
How many jars of coffee does this work out as?

Most folks use cups with it. If you use a jar I'd imagine it'd hold about 4 cups worth of coffee.

Hope this helps ;)
#5
Great price for an excellent product. Bought mine just over 2 years ago after lots of research and paid £399 from John Lewis when they reduced from £600. I also got the £120 freebies which comprised of a coffee bean subscription and in my case de-scalers and an electronic vacuum coffee bean storage jar. However, the milk jug wasn't included at the time which makes this an even better deal.

Edited By: clayg on Dec 09, 2016 21:31
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tawse57
How many jars of coffee does this work out as?


If your asking that question this deal isn't for you. You just stick to drinking that instant muck. This is an amazing price.
#7
I think with the coffee club deal we got hand blown Cappuccino glasses, free coffee beans, 6 months supply of de-scaler and an extra 12 month warranty after our initial warranty expires. It is a brilliant machine.
clayg
Great price for an excellent product. Bought mine just over 2 years ago after lots of research and paid £399 from John Lewis when they reduced from £600. I also got the £120 freebies which comprised of a coffee bean subscription and in my case de-scalers and an electronic vacuum coffee bean storage jar. However, the milk jug wasn't included at the time which makes this even a better deal.
1 Like #8
HasnainMajeed
I wouldnt buy from currys again, i went to them when my coffee machine stopped working and they just left it sat there for a week and told me to contact the manufacturer


I agree currys has terrible customer service but this is such a good deal. Should be able to go through Delonghi direct. The collect the machine and return it to you.
2 Likes #9
I think in the long run these work out cheaper then the various pod machines and make a far better coffee. What are tassimo pods £5 for eight coffees? Soon mounts up.
1 Like #10
luvsadeal
I think in the long run these work out cheaper then the various pod machines and make a far better coffee. What are tassimo pods £5 for eight coffees? Soon mounts up.
Yep, I was regularly paying £5 for Tassimo pods and now I buy 1kg Lavazza either pre ground or beans (was on sale in Costco for £4) and you save a fortune in the long run.
1 Like #11
I have a ecam 23.450.s that is a couple of years old (but works fine)

is this one a upgrade to mine do you know please?
#12
ianjones32
I have a ecam 23.450.s that is a couple of years old (but works fine)
is this one a upgrade to mine do you know please?
I'm not exactly sure, it's discontinued on the Delonghi website but your model does seem to have a better milk frother. I wanted the Primadonna but it's way out of my price range!
#13
Anyone know how hot the milk gets, I had one machine where it has a tube and sucks the milk out of a container and that was lukewarm, like 40c, yuk. Don't have a microwave so had to send it back.
#14
This seems like an excellent deal. I have the ESAM5600 and it's fantastic. Produces hot coffees but not as hot as an instant coffee. I sometimes warm the mug first but not always. I have a Melitta at work that feeds milk via a tube and that's not quite as hot as the delonghi but always found it hot enough.

If I was in the market for one, I'd definitely buy this. In fact if I was richer, I'd buy it as a xmas present for my Dad!!
#15
I bet it tastes so much better out of hand blown coffee glasses ;)
#16
HasnainMajeed
I wouldnt buy from currys again, i went to them when my coffee machine stopped working and they just left it sat there for a week and told me to contact the manufacturer
And some people still believe a Currys warranty is still as good as JL
1 Like #17
nicolaclews
luvsadeal
I think in the long run these work out cheaper then the various pod machines and make a far better coffee. What are tassimo pods £5 for eight coffees? Soon mounts up.
Yep, I was regularly paying £5 for Tassimo pods and now I buy 1kg Lavazza either pre ground or beans (was on sale in Costco for £4) and you save a fortune in the long run.

If you get beans from somewhere like Rave where they're freshly roasted, you'll see an improvement again.
#18
Brilliant deal
#19
is anyone know what is free gift?
#20
nicolaclews
luvsadeal
I think in the long run these work out cheaper then the various pod machines and make a far better coffee. What are tassimo pods £5 for eight coffees? Soon mounts up.
Yep, I was regularly paying £5 for Tassimo pods and now I buy 1kg Lavazza either pre ground or beans (was on sale in Costco for £4) and you save a fortune in the long run.


Get yourself onto Segafredo if you haven't tried it already. Brilliant coffee. B&M occasionally stock a small one
1 Like #21
miffyl
nicolaclews
luvsadeal
I think in the long run these work out cheaper then the various pod machines and make a far better coffee. What are tassimo pods £5 for eight coffees? Soon mounts up.
Yep, I was regularly paying £5 for Tassimo pods and now I buy 1kg Lavazza either pre ground or beans (was on sale in Costco for £4) and you save a fortune in the long run.
If you get beans from somewhere like Rave where they're freshly roasted, you'll see an improvement again.

Absolutly! Freshly roasted coffee beans are a must for these machines. The difference is huge and you'll never be able to go back to lavazza.
1 Like #22
£349 is a good price for a Magnifica 360S, though the RRP is hideously overinflated.
I think at best you could argue a £100 saving.
1 Like #23
Bought this and returned it for the model with the milk wand. Reason was that the milk from the froth container want hot enough. Reviews on Amazon confirm this....
#24
Make sure you get the know how cover about £2 a month, mine has broken twice now. The second one was after a few weeks use.
#25
thermomonkey
miffyl
nicolaclews
luvsadeal
I think in the long run these work out cheaper then the various pod machines and make a far better coffee. What are tassimo pods £5 for eight coffees? Soon mounts up.
Yep, I was regularly paying £5 for Tassimo pods and now I buy 1kg Lavazza either pre ground or beans (was on sale in Costco for £4) and you save a fortune in the long run.
If you get beans from somewhere like Rave where they're freshly roasted, you'll see an improvement again.

Absolutly! Freshly roasted coffee beans are a must for these machines. The difference is huge and you'll never be able to go back to lavazza.


​Absolutely. We got one of the Sage machines from John Lewis which came with a free trial from PACT. Got us hooked so I guess it worked
#26
slats30
Make sure you get the know how cover about £2 a month, mine has broken twice now. The second one was after a few weeks use.


Absolutely don't get the Knowhow cover.

1) Treat the machine properly.
2) If anything breaks within a few weeks you should be relying on your statutory rights or the manufacturer's warranty!
#27
xeroc
slats30
Make sure you get the know how cover about £2 a month, mine has broken twice now. The second one was after a few weeks use.
Absolutely don't get the Knowhow cover.
1) Treat the machine properly.
2) If anything breaks within a few weeks you should be relying on your statutory rights or the manufacturer's warranty!
Better still, save yourself the hassle and buy from a reputable company. :)
I've had a bean to cup for 5ish years, last calculations showed the cup cost to be equivalent to instant coffee though taste is in a different league.
#28
do these make tastier coffee than nespresso capsules or is the tastes/quality relatively the same ?
much appreciate anyone's feedback on this.
1 Like #29
Repost from 3 weeks ago. This site is really weird sometimes. The previous post only got +15 and this time around it is currently +304.

Previous post
#30
I have 2 of these (one at work, one at home). Great machines. Good value. Though I think the Costco deal is better (£400 for a better model). Coffee is fantastic and much better than capsules.

Edited By: tuohy16 on Dec 10, 2016 10:42
1 Like #31
MichaelJ85
do these make tastier coffee than nespresso capsules or is the tastes/quality relatively the same ?
much appreciate anyone's feedback on this.
Yes, IMO, tried pods though find bean to cup much nicer. Maintenance is minimal too (though I live in a soft water area).
#32
newsagent
Anyone know how hot the milk gets, I had one machine where it has a tube and sucks the milk out of a container and that was lukewarm, like 40c, yuk. Don't have a microwave so had to send it back.


I still heat my milk first otherwise warm rather that hot cup of coffee
#33
xeroc
slats30
Make sure you get the know how cover about £2 a month, mine has broken twice now. The second one was after a few weeks use.


Absolutely don't get the Knowhow cover.

1) Treat the machine properly.
2) If anything breaks within a few weeks you should be relying on your statutory rights or the manufacturer's warranty!


I had had over one year when the first machine broke so pleased I had the cover or wouldn't have got a replacement! The second one was the replacement and I did look after it. I switched the machine off and it made a loud noise and some of the plastic parts inside had broken!
#34
slats30
newsagent
Anyone know how hot the milk gets, I had one machine where it has a tube and sucks the milk out of a container and that was lukewarm, like 40c, yuk. Don't have a microwave so had to send it back.
I still heat my milk first otherwise warm rather that hot cup of coffee

Thanks, looks like I will have to go with the steam wand one.
1 Like #35
MichaelJ85
do these make tastier coffee than nespresso capsules or is the tastes/quality relatively the same ?
much appreciate anyone's feedback on this.


I dont think theres much in it but I would guess these will be nicer as its fresher.

I've just been looking at coffee machines for the wife and went for the £99 nespresso pod machine on offer with AO.

These bean to cup machines need a lot more looking after which I'm sure is worth it if you drink lots of coffee all day.

But for my wife who will only really use it once or twice a day its not worth the hassle of her cleaning it out everyday which is what several reviews I read said is necessary to keep them in good working order.

Another option is the type where you use pre ground coffee like they have in coffee shops, these only require a bit of a brush round and a wipe round really but I couldnt find one for a decent price with an automatic frother, only the wands.
#36
dozzum
MichaelJ85
do these make tastier coffee than nespresso capsules or is the tastes/quality relatively the same ?
much appreciate anyone's feedback on this.
I dont think theres much in it but I would guess these will be nicer as its fresher.
I've just been looking at coffee machines for the wife and went for the £99 nespresso pod machine on offer with AO.
These bean to cup machines need a lot more looking after which I'm sure is worth it if you drink lots of coffee all day.
But for my wife who will only really use it once or twice a day its not worth the hassle of her cleaning it out everyday which is what several reviews I read said is necessary to keep them in good working order.
Another option is the type where you use pre ground coffee like they have in coffee shops, these only require a bit of a brush round and a wipe round really but I couldnt find one for a decent price with an automatic frother, only the wands.

Nespesso is what I have at the moment, but if you only use 4 a day that"s about £450 a year, beans would probably be less than half that.
#37
newsagent
dozzum
MichaelJ85
do these make tastier coffee than nespresso capsules or is the tastes/quality relatively the same ?
much appreciate anyone's feedback on this.
I dont think theres much in it but I would guess these will be nicer as its fresher.
I've just been looking at coffee machines for the wife and went for the £99 nespresso pod machine on offer with AO.
These bean to cup machines need a lot more looking after which I'm sure is worth it if you drink lots of coffee all day.
But for my wife who will only really use it once or twice a day its not worth the hassle of her cleaning it out everyday which is what several reviews I read said is necessary to keep them in good working order.
Another option is the type where you use pre ground coffee like they have in coffee shops, these only require a bit of a brush round and a wipe round really but I couldnt find one for a decent price with an automatic frother, only the wands.
Nespesso is what I have at the moment, but if you only use 4 a day that"s about £450 a year, beans would probably be less than half that.


Yeh there's definitely money to be saved, I was merely pointing out that these bean to cup machines are less convenient than they might seem due to the extra maintenance/cleaning they require.

If I could have found a self loading type one with an automatic milk frother I think I would have gone for that.

Others that actually own a bean to cup machine might have a better idea on whats involved in looking after them but from what I've read you need to keep on top of cleaning all the chutes that the fresh ground coffee and waste grinds pass through in order to prevent them clogging up and growing mould.

Sure I read something about having to lubricate parts of the mechanism as well, I struggle to find the time to work on my car and that's something I enjoy let alone a coffee machine for the wife....
#38
tawse57
How many jars of coffee does this work out as?

Surely a more relevant question would be "How many Starbucks or Costa's does this work out as?"
#39
dozzum
newsagent
dozzum
MichaelJ85
do these make tastier coffee than nespresso capsules or is the tastes/quality relatively the same ?
much appreciate anyone's feedback on this.
I dont think theres much in it but I would guess these will be nicer as its fresher.
I've just been looking at coffee machines for the wife and went for the £99 nespresso pod machine on offer with AO.
These bean to cup machines need a lot more looking after which I'm sure is worth it if you drink lots of coffee all day.
But for my wife who will only really use it once or twice a day its not worth the hassle of her cleaning it out everyday which is what several reviews I read said is necessary to keep them in good working order.
Another option is the type where you use pre ground coffee like they have in coffee shops, these only require a bit of a brush round and a wipe round really but I couldnt find one for a decent price with an automatic frother, only the wands.
Nespesso is what I have at the moment, but if you only use 4 a day that"s about £450 a year, beans would probably be less than half that.
Yeh there's definitely money to be saved, I was merely pointing out that these bean to cup machines are less convenient than they might seem due to the extra maintenance/cleaning they require.
If I could have found a self loading type one with an automatic milk frother I think I would have gone for that.
Others that actually own a bean to cup machine might have a better idea on whats involved in looking after them but from what I've read you need to keep on top of cleaning all the chutes that the fresh ground coffee and waste grinds pass through in order to prevent them clogging up and growing mould.
Sure I read something about having to lubricate parts of the mechanism as well, I struggle to find the time to work on my car and that's something I enjoy let alone a coffee machine for the wife....

Totally agree with that, I've had my Nespresso machine for about 3 years and apart from de-scaling every 3 months or so and putting a few bits in the dishwasher, there is no other maintenance to do.
#40
But I am still gonna give this heat as it's a good price. X)

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