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Delonghi bean to cup coffee machine was £279.99 now £174.99 delivered @ eBay sold by Coop

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Delonghi ESAM2800 Fully Automatic 1450W Bean to Cup Machine in Silver & Black Amazing price drop on this bean to cup machine. 2 year guarantee and free delivery. £225.62 next cheapest at Argos! £8.… Read More
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Delonghi ESAM2800 Fully Automatic 1450W Bean to Cup Machine in Silver & Black
Amazing price drop on this bean to cup machine. 2 year guarantee and free delivery. £225.62 next cheapest at Argos! £8.75 nectar points bonus to get you started with a few beans as well!

Don't forget to register your machine and get upto £120 worth of stuff free HERE
Free taster pack of coffee beans and 6 month supply of machine de-scaler - worth having!


Power (watts): 1450 watts
Water Capacity (litres): 1.8 litres
Bar Pressure (bar): 15 bar
Number of Programmes: 2

The ESAM2800 is the perfect bean to cup coffee solution from Delonghi. Designed to look elegant but functional so that the perfect coffee is just a touch of a button away. With an aluminium and black finish it will be a fantastic addition to your kitchen top and provide the boost you need to start the day. Fresh beans mean that this machine will offer a full aroma coffee as if you were buying it from a coffee shop. Espresso's, long black, cappuccinos and lattes using the steam wand to create textured milk. The ESAM2800, a perfect coffee solution for those who recognise style and enjoy a bit of luxury.

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#1
Great price, bought this about month ago for around £215 argh! still very happy with it anyway
#2
cheers op hopefully a lot bettter than tassimo
#3
athunder
Great price, bought this about month ago for around £215 argh! still very happy with it anyway
Hi, is this quite loud? also how's the build quality? thanks
4 Likes #4
jag18272
athunder
Great price, bought this about month ago for around £215 argh! still very happy with it anyway
Hi, is this quite loud? also how's the build quality? thanks

I have read a number of reviews that make the following "complaints", i'll list them and give my view.

1. Its noisy - yes it does make a bit of noise, but its not that bad and takes all of like 30seconds to make a cup of coffee.
2. Water needs refilling often - the water container is quite decent size, but it does a cleaning cycle each time you turn on/off so uses some extra water, i think thats a good feature though myself, and the container is very easy to slide in and out.
3. Coffee grounds needs emptying often - again sort of true, and it has to be emptied before you can use it again, but like the water container this also slides in/out very easy and takes seconds to empty.

Build quality seems very good to me also

Hope that helps.

Edited By: athunder on Nov 24, 2016 15:40
#5
athunder
jag18272
athunder
Great price, bought this about month ago for around £215 argh! still very happy with it anyway
Hi, is this quite loud? also how's the build quality? thanks
I have read a number of reviews that make the following "complaints", i'll list them and give me view.
1. Its noisy - yes it does make a bit of noise, but its not that bad and takes all of like 30seconds to make a cup of coffee.
2. Water needs refilling often - the water container is quite decent size, but it does a cleaning cycle each time you turn on/off so uses some extra water, i think thats a good feature though myself, and the container is very easy to slide in and out.
3. Coffee grounds needs emptying often - again sort of true, and it has to be emptied before you can use it again, but like the water container this also slides in/out very easy and takes seconds to empty.
Build quality seems very good to me also
Hope that helps.

Thanks for the detailed reply, think that's a yes from me :)
4 Likes #6
If it's an ESAM2800.SB you'll qualify for some freebies: http://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/seriousaboutcoffee/coffee-club

ao.com also have the following 2 models on offer:

ECAM22.113.B @ £249
ESAM4000.B @ £199

Edited By: spembo on Nov 24, 2016 16:00
1 Like #7
16% cashback for AO at TCB too; very tempted for the 4000B. Anyone know which is best of all of these?
1 Like #8
I bought one of these last year for the missus when Amazon where selling them briefly for the same price.

Great machine, makes a good coffee. Previous poster is correct does make a fair bit of noise but its not objectionable, water container is probably enough for 3 or so cups including the start up / power off routine but that's fine - better to have fresh water than stuff that's been hanging around.

I live in a hard water area and I have to descale the machine regularly, using a brita water filter has helped loads though (and improved the taste).

Overall recommended!
1 Like #9
10X Nectar (ebay/paypal) vouchers if you have that offer as well, great thanks
#10
-BA-
16% cashback for AO at TCB too; very tempted for the 4000B. Anyone know which is best of all of these?

The 4000 is a cracking machine.
#11
Put the coffee grinds on your garden borders. If you are looking at decaff beans then Costco is the cheapest by far but they do tend to go in and out of stock. You can only buy them online. Next best is Starbucks decaff which they sell instore. http://www.costco.co.uk/view/p/san-francisco-bay-decaf-gourmet-blend-whole-bean-coffee-908g-198427
1 Like #12
Damn it told myself if any of the bean to cup machines dropped below £200 I'd buy myself, now there are two on the table.

Is the a Delonghi comparision table anywhere?
#13
If the 4000 or 4200 is under £200 then grab it X)

Edited By: johnthehuman on Nov 24, 2016 16:46
#14
spembo
If it's an ESAM2800.SB you'll qualify for some freebies: http://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/seriousaboutcoffee/coffee-club
ao.com also have the following 2 models on offer:ECAM22.113.B @ £249ESAM4000.B @ £199
I've pumped for the ECAM22... The 16.5% TCB helped massively. Thanks everyone involved.

Can I use this machine to grind only so I can take some to work?
#15
Does this make a normal cup of coffee, prefer a strong coffee too a latte or cappuccino.
#16
guvner12
Does this make a normal cup of coffee, prefer a strong coffee too a latte or cappuccino.

makes a black coffee as standard, you can change the strength using one of the dials on the front
1 Like #17
jobibear
spembo
If it's an ESAM2800.SB you'll qualify for some freebies: http://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/seriousaboutcoffee/coffee-club
ao.com also have the following 2 models on offer:ECAM22.113.B @ £249ESAM4000.B @ £199
I've pumped for the ECAM22... The 16.5% TCB helped massively. Thanks everyone involved.
Can I use this machine to grind only so I can take some to work?

So you have a coffee machine at work that takes the ground coffee?. If so why wouldn't you just take a bag of ground coffee in?.

Using this machine as just a grinder sounds a little nuts ;)
#18
DAZZ2000
jobibear
spembo
If it's an ESAM2800.SB you'll qualify for some freebies: http://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/seriousaboutcoffee/coffee-club
ao.com also have the following 2 models on offer:ECAM22.113.B @ £249ESAM4000.B @ £199
I've pumped for the ECAM22... The 16.5% TCB helped massively. Thanks everyone involved.
Can I use this machine to grind only so I can take some to work?
So you have a coffee machine at work that takes the ground coffee?. If so why wouldn't you just take a bag of ground coffee in?.
Using this machine as just a grinder sounds a little nuts ;)
Thanks for the reply, but it either means grinding some beans at home (I use beans) and taking them to work and use my Bodum coffee press/mug for a good cup of coffee - I don't drink instant - or taking the machine to work which I will not, obviously, do. So having a grinder would be more than useful for me. I, too, would not recommend buying a £250 coffee machine just for the grinder.
#19
Bought one last year. Agree it's noisy but it's a cracking machine, especially at this price. Don't regret it at all and infinitely better than a tossimo
#20
Damn you eribena ;) , you just made me spend some of the money I'd allocated for a laptop!

Edited By: tinca on Nov 24, 2016 18:13: some of the text missing
#21
spembo
If it's an ESAM2800.SB you'll qualify for some freebies: http://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/seriousaboutcoffee/coffee-club
ao.com also have the following 2 models on offer:ECAM22.113.B @ £249ESAM4000.B @ £199

I recently got a 4200 from Amazon Warehouse. Do you know if it would qualify? Thanks
1 Like #22
The ESAM4200.S is listed so you should be alright for some of it. Not sure if service is included with that model. Read small print at bottom of offer. To the registration it's simply like it's a new machine.
#23
spembo
The ESAM4200.S is listed so you should be alright for some of it. Not sure if service is included with that model. Read small print at bottom of offer. To the registration it's simply like it's a new machine.
The service is included - I bought one too. :D
#24
jobibear
spembo
If it's an ESAM2800.SB you'll qualify for some freebies: http://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/seriousaboutcoffee/coffee-club
ao.com also have the following 2 models on offer:ECAM22.113.B @ £249ESAM4000.B @ £199
I've pumped for the ECAM22... The 16.5% TCB helped massively. Thanks everyone involved.

Can I use this machine to grind only so I can take some to work?


Don't have a TCB but see Quidco offer a double the difference and their rate is currently 1.65 %, I make that 14.85% difference, doubled to 29.7% so just over £73 cashback ... IF Quidco honour their double cash back claim, so tempted ... but I know that Quidco will try and find a way of denying the claim!
#25
jobibear
DAZZ2000
jobibear
spembo
If it's an ESAM2800.SB you'll qualify for some freebies: http://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/seriousaboutcoffee/coffee-club
ao.com also have the following 2 models on offer:ECAM22.113.B @ £249ESAM4000.B @ £199
I've pumped for the ECAM22... The 16.5% TCB helped massively. Thanks everyone involved.
Can I use this machine to grind only so I can take some to work?
So you have a coffee machine at work that takes the ground coffee?. If so why wouldn't you just take a bag of ground coffee in?.
Using this machine as just a grinder sounds a little nuts ;)
Thanks for the reply, but it either means grinding some beans at home (I use beans) and taking them to work and use my Bodum coffee press/mug for a good cup of coffee - I don't drink instant - or taking the machine to work which I will not, obviously, do. So having a grinder would be more than useful for me. I, too, would not recommend buying a £250 coffee machine just for the grinder.

This is what I use for grinding, which it does a tidy job of:
https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/132008453626
#26
johnthehuman
If the 4000 or 4200 is under £200 then grab it X)
4000 199£ ao.com
#27
DAZZ2000
jobibear
DAZZ2000
jobibear
spembo
If it's an ESAM2800.SB you'll qualify for some freebies: http://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/seriousaboutcoffee/coffee-club
ao.com also have the following 2 models on offer:ECAM22.113.B @ £249ESAM4000.B @ £199
I've pumped for the ECAM22... The 16.5% TCB helped massively. Thanks everyone involved.
Can I use this machine to grind only so I can take some to work?
So you have a coffee machine at work that takes the ground coffee?. If so why wouldn't you just take a bag of ground coffee in?.
Using this machine as just a grinder sounds a little nuts ;)
Thanks for the reply, but it either means grinding some beans at home (I use beans) and taking them to work and use my Bodum coffee press/mug for a good cup of coffee - I don't drink instant - or taking the machine to work which I will not, obviously, do. So having a grinder would be more than useful for me. I, too, would not recommend buying a £250 coffee machine just for the grinder.
This is what I use for grinding, which it does a tidy job of:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/132008453626
Mine: http://artistrycoffee.co.uk/shop/proddetail.php?prod=D0004&gclid=CNTF1eupwtACFW0A0wodldwG7A

Although I am looking forward to automatic.
#28
jobibear
DAZZ2000
jobibear
DAZZ2000
jobibear
spembo
If it's an ESAM2800.SB you'll qualify for some freebies: http://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/seriousaboutcoffee/coffee-club
ao.com also have the following 2 models on offer:ECAM22.113.B @ £249ESAM4000.B @ £199
I've pumped for the ECAM22... The 16.5% TCB helped massively. Thanks everyone involved.
Can I use this machine to grind only so I can take some to work?
So you have a coffee machine at work that takes the ground coffee?. If so why wouldn't you just take a bag of ground coffee in?.
Using this machine as just a grinder sounds a little nuts ;)
Thanks for the reply, but it either means grinding some beans at home (I use beans) and taking them to work and use my Bodum coffee press/mug for a good cup of coffee - I don't drink instant - or taking the machine to work which I will not, obviously, do. So having a grinder would be more than useful for me. I, too, would not recommend buying a £250 coffee machine just for the grinder.
This is what I use for grinding, which it does a tidy job of:https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/132008453626
Mine: http://artistrycoffee.co.uk/shop/proddetail.php?prod=D0004&gclid=CNTF1eupwtACFW0A0wodldwG7A
Although I am looking forward to automatic.

I can see why you want the machine to do it :p

...joke!...not bad that :)
#29
Awesome deal! I would buy in a heartbeat but I have the previous model which I bought 4 years ago and is still going strong
1 Like #30
can anyone advise on the difference between the 2800 and the 4000?
#31
daz1701d
can anyone advise on the difference between the 2800 and the 4000?
For goodness sake: http://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/products/coffee/coffee-makers/automatic-coffee-makers
#32
Newbold
daz1701d
can anyone advise on the difference between the 2800 and the 4000?
For goodness sake: http://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/products/coffee/coffee-makers/automatic-coffee-makers

so that tells me the only difference is the colour
#33
daz1701d
Newbold
daz1701d
can anyone advise on the difference between the 2800 and the 4000?
For goodness sake: http://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/products/coffee/coffee-makers/automatic-coffee-makers

so that tells me the only difference is the colour


I'm in the same boat I'm getting one just not sure which 4000 looks nicer thats about it is it worth the £25!?
#34
tomjames92
daz1701d
Newbold
daz1701d
can anyone advise on the difference between the 2800 and the 4000?
For goodness sake: http://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/products/coffee/coffee-makers/automatic-coffee-makers
so that tells me the only difference is the colour
I'm in the same boat I'm getting one just not sure which 4000 looks nicer that's about it is it worth the £25!?
After cashback the 4000 is slightly cheaper.
With 16.5% cashback at AO it's £27.36 cashback making the 4000 £171.63

From all the reviews I've seen the 4000 (the 4200 is the same model only silver) comes out on top, but no direct comparison reviews that I can see.
Only real difference I can see from the specs is the 4000/4200 has dual boiler which from what I can tell gives it the edge.

Edited By: joedastudd on Nov 25, 2016 09:28: words
#35
Dual boiler?
Where did you get that information?
From what I can see they are all pretty much the same apart from cosmetics
#37
Looks like the 4000 has gone OOS at AO. Serves me right for not ordering last night
#38
Amazon have the 4000 for £199 https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0036TDF6I/ Obviously not as good as the ao deal with cashback.

The ECAM22.113.B @ £249 minus the 16.5% cashback is obviously not much more though once cashback is paid.
#39
joedastudd
tomjames92
daz1701d
Newbold
daz1701d
can anyone advise on the difference between the 2800 and the 4000?
For goodness sake: http://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/products/coffee/coffee-makers/automatic-coffee-makers
so that tells me the only difference is the colour
I'm in the same boat I'm getting one just not sure which 4000 looks nicer that's about it is it worth the £25!?
After cashback the 4000 is slightly cheaper.
With 16.5% cashback at AO it's £27.36 cashback making the 4000 £171.63
From all the reviews I've seen the 4000 (the 4200 is the same model only silver) comes out on top, but no direct comparison reviews that I can see.
Only real difference I can see from the specs is the 4000/4200 has dual boiler which from what I can tell gives it the edge.

If you plan to use the milk frother, then dual boiler is a big plus. This should (not tried this specific machine) allow you to froth milk while the coffee is making itself. In a single boiler machine the temperature is different between having it in coffee mode and frothing mode, so there is a delay in between the two modes while it heats up and the possibility of burning your coffee if you do the milk first then the coffee straight after.
#40
spembo
If it's an ESAM2800.SB you'll qualify for some freebies:

Thank you! Going to give this a go with the 4200.

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