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Using discount code already available from voucher section (PBFP), makes coffee maker £46 delivered, was price £100 plus delivery. Price without voucher £50 plus £3.50 delivery charge.

Seems genuine saving as over £100 at Amazon, and there are a few reviews online that are generally good, with people stating they paid over £100 in many cases.

Forget about pod based systems, and get one of these. They cost a fraction of the price to run, even with Illy coffee which I think is the best personally. You can get a great frothy capuccino, great for frothy milky hot chocolate and dont forget the latte!
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#1
Hi dealtaker

Excellent find!

I've been after one of these for a while, so heat and rep added.

The other one I was looking at was on Amazon - Morphy Richards 47570 at £27.97, but it is mostly 'black plasticky' looking. This one is far more pleasing on the eye :)

For £46, you can't go wrong!

Cheers

Clive
#2
Ive got this machine and it is absolutely wonderful, the pump is quite noisy though! It heats up to operating temperature in about 30 seconds! Mine was a steal as i picked it up brand new and sealed from a carboot as an unwanted gift for £13!! Well worth the full price though and this price is a great find too! Highly recommended!
#3
I used to have this coffee machine. It's superb. Never let me down and makes great coffee. I'd recommend getting your coffee from the internet. hasbean hads loads of stuff. I've now got a machine that's worth three times as much but keeps breaking on me.
#4
Bought this for £59 quid about a week ago, thought that was a great deal gutted it has dropped again in price:-(
#5
seems that it is sold out?
#6
I have the 47507 machine (the one with the blue digital display) which is very similar to this machine and must agree with previous comments, it is fantastic, works quickly and easily. I'm not sure if the 47505 model comes with the special pod holder but if it does then it means you can use use most pods with this machine. The 2 year warranty makes it a bargain too!

My tip: some of these morphy richards machines don't 'flow' properly on first use (that is to say that output stream is weak or produce a slow drip) so just run it for a few seconds (no more) without water and it should clear the system and get it working/flowing properly.

Have to agree with the recommendation for Illy coffee and most big supermarkets seem to stock it these days although its a bit pricey, otherwise Lavazza is really nice too and a bit cheaper. The most important thing is to make sure you use a fine 'Espresso' grind and you will get perfect crema everytime. :thumbsup:
#7
The Phillips Senseo, a couple of eco-pods and a bag of espresso fine ground coffee takes a lot of beating :)
I should know, it keeps me awake all night LOL
#8
Rebellion
Have to agree with the recommendation for Illy coffee and most big supermarkets seem to stock it these days although its a bit pricey, otherwise Lavazza is really nice too and a bit cheaper. The most important thing is to make sure you use a fine 'Espresso' grind and you will get perfect crema everytime. :thumbsup:


I used to drink Illy. It's the best you can get in a supermarket that's for sure. The next best is also Lavazza. But when you taste some coffee from a coffee supplier on the net you'll realise what you've been missing. I use Hasbean but I'm sure there are more places. The best thing about Hasbean is the amount of detail you get about each type of coffee. You get what it's for, ratings out of 10 for different elements of the coffee, and also customer reviews on it. The best thing is that it's the same price as Illy but better.

I would recommend buying a tin or two of Illy and use the tins for storing coffee from the net. And get a coffee bean grinder from ebay, paying close attention to the grind of the coffee when grinding. I always here a slight change in tone when the coffee is ground to Espresso level.
#9
I had a Gaggia but it was absolutely useless at making a strong coffee so I took it back and got this instead. I've had this machine for the past few years and it's done 4 or 5 coffees almost every single day ! It's well built.
I know pod machines are all the fashion but this has one huge advantage....you can use LAVAZZA. It's the best, and although most decafs aren't very nice, LAVAZZA decaf (in the blue pack) is actually very good.
[mod]#10
Excellent price dealtaker :thumbsup: £90 + in other retailers!

http://www.debenhams.com/images/products/lrg/0408-IM6152_LRG.JPG
#11
Can't add to basket - is it all sold out?
#12
Sold Out it seems
#13
mods - add expire to title pls

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