Gaggia Coffee Machine half price at House of Frazer. £134.99+£3.95 p+p - HotUKDeals
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Featuring a 2.1 litre water tank, filter holder and cup warmer and a sturdy metal body, the Gaggia Selecta Deluxe will provide cup after cup of the best quality coffee to come out of your kitchen. You will also get peace of mind with Gaggias two year manufacturers warranty, as standard.
Dimensions: H35 x W21 x D25cm

It's now at £125.44 inc delivery!
- steelbum
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Thanks to the OP - this looks like a good deal, I've just ordered one which will save me having to trawl eBay for a used one.

FWIW this Gaggia is a "Selecta Deluxe" which you won't find on the Gaggia website. I suspect the "half price" is a little smoke and mirrors - take with a large pinch of salt.

From what I can find out it's got the internals of a Gaggia Coffee Deluxe (available refurbed for around £150 from gaggia.co.uk or new for £160 from italy-outlet). However it's in the casing of a Gaggia Classic (prob £250 machine at near RRPs).

It doesn't have the 3-way valve of the higher end Gaggias, but still has a proper boiler / pump (unlike the Cubika, Gran and Viva et al).

So a very good price on a solid bit of Gaggia engineering that's brand new, UK supplied and with a full warranty. Just needs a decent burr grinder, tamp and a little patience for a consistent coffee.

Rufus.
#2
Thanks for the comprehensive appraisal.
Although I can't pretend that I was aware of the finer points of the spec., I had looked on eBay too and it does seem like a good deal. :thumbsup:
#3
Does anyone know if all Gaggia's are half price at HoF at the moment? Their website is a bit limited.
#4
Hiya, they had Gaggia in Matalan yesterday, down from £150 to £85 !!!!!!!!!! good luck everyone.
#5
normal
Does anyone know if all Gaggia's are half price at HoF at the moment? Their website is a bit limited.


Yes, they don't show much online do they? Perhaps a telephone call to your local store would help.

They have a list of stores on site but most seem to have 0870 numbers. If you copy the relevant number and put in a search at:
http://www.saynoto0870.co.uk/search.php
you should find your local call rate number.

HTH
#6
Cheers! **some extra characters to take me over 10**
#7
viper
Hiya, they had Gaggia in Matalan yesterday, down from £150 to £85 !!!!!!!!!! good luck everyone.


Matalan's model appears to be Viva Gaggia:

http://www.matalan.co.uk/pages/products/007/109

A reasonable price, but IMHO a different beast to the one the OP was discussing, as it has more in common with Saeco than Gaggia (think Mercedes A Class compared with C/E Class). Big differences are it uses an aluminium rather than brass porta-filter and has a 700 vs 1400 Watt boiler.

So a good machine for making Americanos or milky drinks (although the boiler may struggle if making for more than one), but will be disappointing if you want that perfect espresso.

Good price for getting a bit of shiny Gaggia on to the kitchen worktop, but a similar performing Krups could be had for less.

Rufus.
#8
Remember to use these properly you need a quality grinder, at least £100 or so :-(

If you really want quality, I recommneded the Rancilio Rocky, about £180. Had one for several years, the grind quality is as good as new.
#9
is it big enough to fit a normal cup under? or would you have to use the little cups?
#10
nightshot
is it big enough to fit a normal cup under? or would you have to use the little cups?


The "little cups" *are* the "normal ones"!

Essentially most espesso machines won't have the height to fit a full blown mug underneath. However for visitors who prefer milky drinks I tend to put the shots straight in to a Denby tea cup (one of their chunky ones in a suitable freshing colour scheme) which fits perfectly underneath. Then a topping of freshly frothed milk, a sprinkling of chocolate and all is well.

If you prefer larger / taller containers then there is nothing to stop you buying some espresso shot glasses and then decanting the rich golden nectar from there in to a reciptical of choice.

Rufus.
#11
It's now down to £121 .49 +delivery. Think i'm going to have get one and then regret it when all the xmas sale offers come about!
#12
Just got one at £122
Seems very good value for money and very weihty!!

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