Nescafe Dolce Gusto Coffee Machine @ Argos, Black or Red, now £54.99 was £139.99 - HotUKDeals
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Black - http://www.argos.co.uk/m/static/Product/partNumber/4235905/searchTerm/Nescafe+dolce+gusto.htm

Red - http://www.argos.co.uk/m/static/Product/partNumber/4235888/searchTerm/Nescafe+dolce+gusto.htm

These are selling out fast, I bought one in Manchester Hulme last night.

Exclusive to Argos, the NESCAFE Dolce Gusto Fontana is not only eye-catching, but with a maximum 15 bar pump pressure our machines create delicious drinks in a matter of seconds. There is no mess and no fuss with NESCAFÉ Dolce Gusto, simply pop in a pod and free the flavour. Simple to use and easy to clean, it comes with a 2 year guarantee for peace of mind.
Tantalise your taste buds with over 30 varieties of hot and cold drinks. From long black Americano to frothy Latte Macchiato, from steamy Hot Chocolate to Chai Tea Latte, have your NESCAFE Dolce Gusto your way.
Coffee options: espresso and cappuccino.
Power output 1500 watts.
15 bar pump pressure.
Water capacity 1 litre.
Transparent water tank.
Drip tray.
Auto shut-off.
Size H38.9, W21, D28.3cm.
Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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#1
If only the pods were cheaper.
#2
39p per pod, personally I don't think that's expensive for a coffee that tastes like it's from a coffee shop.
#3
Buy the pods from Asda at 3 boxes for £10 and use Cafe au Lait with 16 pods per box and is only21p per pod
#4
Just incase anyone looking for one of the two new machines - Tesco have both the jovia and obla at half price in store, handy if you have a £10 off voucher if spending £75. I bought a spare toaster.
#5
heat from me! love the pods!!
#6
mariawalsh01
39p per pod, personally I don't think that's expensive for a coffee that tastes like it's from a coffee shop.

Other coffee machines make cheaper drinks. Also the pods that also come with milk pods make a drink costing 78p. Why does a powdered milk pod cost the same as a coffee pod?


Edited By: mccririck on Sep 27, 2014 13:58
#7
mccririck
mariawalsh01
39p per pod, personally I don't think that's expensive for a coffee that tastes like it's from a coffee shop.

Other coffee machines make cheaper drinks. Also the pods that also come with milk pods make a drink costing 78p. Why does a powdered milk pod cost the same as a coffee pod?

I have no idea as I don't work for nescafe.
#8
mariawalsh01
mccririck
mariawalsh01
39p per pod, personally I don't think that's expensive for a coffee that tastes like it's from a coffee shop.

Other coffee machines make cheaper drinks. Also the pods that also come with milk pods make a drink costing 78p. Why does a powdered milk pod cost the same as a coffee pod?

I have no idea as I don't work for nescafe.

It was a retorical question.
#9
Does this do just hot water ? Save me boiling the kettle for T for the missus ?

maxmix

£49.99 delivered from Argos ATM

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