Dolce Gusto Machine by Krups (in colours white, black and red) was £87.99 now £67.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Dolce Gusto Machine by Krups (in colours white, black and red) was £87.99 now £67.99 @ Argos

£67.99 @ Argos
Free welcome pack when you buy this item and is included in box. 15 bar pressure pump to bring the coffee shop experience home. Pressure automatically adjusts depending on the drink being made. …
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8y, 1w agoFound 8 years, 1 week ago
Free welcome pack when you buy this item and is included in box.

15 bar pressure pump to bring the coffee shop experience home.

Pressure automatically adjusts depending on the drink being made.

Ultra fast warm up.

Thermo block technology heats water as required, ensuring fresh water for every cup and reduced maintenance.

1.3 litre removable water tank.

Adjustable drip tray to suit any height cup or glass.

Magnetic pod holder - easy to slide in.

Makes latte, hot chocolate, cappuccino, espresso, lungo, caffe classico/decaf.

Non slip feet.

Cord storage.

Manufacturer's 2 years guarantee
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#1
I have to ask...... What's in the welcome pack? I can't find a discription on the website
Thanks!
#2
barriey
I have to ask...... What's in the welcome pack? I can't find a discription on the website
Thanks!


FREE welcome pack includes a Latte Macchiato glass, Cappuccino cup with saucer, a variety pack of coffee capsules and a quick start guide
#3
Not voted, but complete rip off. these should be free considering the cost of running them, same as braun toothbrushes and brita filters. ;-p
#4
battelaxe
Not voted, but complete rip off. these should be free considering the cost of running them, same as braun toothbrushes and brita filters. ;-p


Totally agree, they sell the machines cheap and then rip you off for the coffee pods. Would consider buying if some 3rd party company put a bit of competition running costs.
#5
Cheers! Just ordered the white one, I have the older model had it about 2.5 years but its started to leak, and yes it is a rip off for the pods but im addicted to the espresso now.

Hot deal
#6
i've got one last year. shame leaving this country.
they don't even have the pod on sale in australia.
#7
Always wanted one but went for the cheaper senseo and that makes really nice coffee, especially the cappuccino if you can find the pods. This is a hot deal though
banned#8
Not really a great deal, its about the going rate really.
#9
save abit more and get a tassimo, better range of products...........
#10
I'm not sure what the going rate is now, but before Christmas I got one from Amazon for £54.

There was a link somewhere for £10 cashback as well direct from Nescafe. (which meant I got it for £44)

Just before I bought mine there was an offer on for around £46, which meant you could get one for £36. Think that might have been Argos as well.

They make SUPERB cappucinno's, hot chocolate and latte's, but I'm not keen on the normal coffee it makes. It is quite expensive as well, costs around 40p a drink (coffee, espresso etc is around 20p I think)
#12
eldre;4713242
I'm not sure what the going rate is now, but before Christmas I got one from Amazon for £54.

There was a link somewhere for £10 cashback as well direct from Nescafe. (which meant I got it for £44)

Just before I bought mine there was an offer on for around £46, which meant you could get one for £36. Think that might have been Argos as well.

They make SUPERB cappucinno's, hot chocolate and latte's, but I'm not keen on the normal coffee it makes. It is quite expensive as well, costs around 40p a drink (coffee, espresso etc is around 20p I think)

Personally I prefer the esspresso because I dont like sugar in coffee and your forced have it with the cappucinno/choc/latte as its in the milk pod.
#13
thanks op picked one up today but got it on the currys price promise saved a extra £3.20 ish
#14
Ahh, another device to put in the cupboard under the sink. It won't be alone there, it will have some company with the ice cream maker, the sandwich toaster, the panini toaster, breadmaker, chocolate fountain, food processor, etc.

Yes, it's a big cupboard!

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