Krups Dolce Gusto Oblo coffee machine with 6 free pods & £10 web shop credit was £89.99 now £39.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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Krups Dolce Gusto Oblo coffee machine with 6 free pods & £10 web shop credit was £89.99 now £39.99 @ Argos

£39.99 @ Argos
Great price drop on this coffee pod machine with great reviews (8.8 / 10 on reevoo) You get 6 assorted pods included so you can get it up and running as soon as it's out of the box. Pods are readily a… Read More
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[mod] 5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
Great price drop on this coffee pod machine with great reviews (8.8 / 10 on reevoo) You get 6 assorted pods included so you can get it up and running as soon as it's out of the box. Pods are readily available from all major supermarkets and can also be bought in bulk online if you have a flavour you really like.

The pods are on offer at the moment 3 boxes for £10 at Asda

You also get a voucher in the box for £10 credit on the nescafe dolce gusto webshop when you register for your manufacturer 2 year guarantee.

Currently -

£45 in Debenhams

£49.99 at Very

£59.99 at Littlewoods

£89.99 at Viking Direct

Coffee options: espresso, cappuccino, latte, ristretto, lungo and lattemacchiato.

Strength selector.

Power output 1500 watts.

15 bar pump pressure.

Incorporated crema device.

Water capacity 0.8 litre.

Water level gauge.

Removable water tank.

Transparent water tank.

Adjustable cup stand for any size mug.

Magnetic pod holder.

Removable drip tray.

Auto shut-off.

Dishwasher safe parts for effortless cleaning.

Size H31.5, W24.5, D18cm.
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#2
so do these use UHT milk to make cappuccino's and latte's
[mod][Deal Hunter]#3
paulj48
so do these use UHT milk to make cappuccino's and latte's
In the cappuccinos and lattes you get 2 pods per drink one with the coffee element and then the other with the milk, the milk pod is just whole milk powder mixed with a bit of sugar then when it goes under the machine it puts it under pressure to make the froth. Take a look at this one from Asda HERE
#4
Good price but I'm put off by the fact that unlike a similarly priced Tassimo these aren't automatic.
#5
I have this machine, I bought to replace a tassimo's which died. On a positive note the drinks/water are hotter than the tassimo's, the boxes of pods are cheaper, and the machine takes up very little room.
On a negative, the water tank is redicously small, you need to refil after 2 lattes (more accurately you'll get two and a half lattes from a tank)
It's not automatic, so you do have to guess when using the 2pod drinks
It has a bizarre red electric cable!!

I'm waiting for a deal to come up on the bigger automatic dulce gustos
#6
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Coffee is awful, artificial tasting 'milk' pods, nespresso is much better.
#8
lenglish92
Coffee is awful, artificial tasting 'milk' pods, nespresso is much better.
We have both machines in our house... I prefer the Krups. It offers more than one mouthful, is by far cheaper and theres more variety.

Edited By: Turret on Nov 03, 2016 19:53
#9
lenglish92
Coffee is awful, artificial tasting 'milk' pods, nespresso is much better.
And Lavazza Modo Mio with the milk frother. My Tassimo is gathering dust since I got one.
#10
lenglish92
Coffee is awful, artificial tasting 'milk' pods, nespresso is much better.

Nespresso kill babies though.

I use a Tassimo - or, I have one and use it a bit. But will likely look at aeropress, or a hirai drip filter.

Pod coffee really is overpriced, wasteful, and likely bad for your health (milk powder/UHT milk are bad, loads of plastics, etc.)

Filter coffee is the healthiest coffee from what I can tell. The paper filter filters out chemicals linked with heart disease etc. So arguably healthier than espressos etc.

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