Philips Black Senseo Coffee Pod Machine + Free Pod & Glasses - Was £47.37 Now £23.18 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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1450 watts.
Unique coffee pod system from Philips and Douwe Egberts.
1 cup, 2 cups or a mug of Douwe Egberts Senseo coffee freshly brewed in under a minute.
Quick and convenient brewed at the touch of a button.
Always the right balance between coffee and water for the full smooth taste of coffee with a delicious crema layer.
More than 10 different blends and types of coffee to suit your personal types, including dark roast, medium roast, decaffeinated, sumatra blend, kenya blend, brazil blend, classic and dark roast mug pods and cappucino.
Auto off function, automatically switches off after 1 hour.
Stand by function.
Easy clean
All parts dishwasher safe.
Removable drip tray.
Supplied with 2 pod holders for 1 cup or 2 cups/1 mug of coffee
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#1
Good if you can find any in stock!
#2
ukmonkey
Good if you can find any in stock!
Quite a few near me
#3
whizzkid
Quite a few near me


Where are you, can you get me one? Checked about 20 stores now and can't find 1 any where near me.
#4
was looking at this yesterday and was very tempted. You've just made up my mind so i've reserved one for tomorrow. Cheers!
#5
yes! got the last one reserved at my local store
#6
voted hot, nice find reserved one 4 a christmas present:thumbsup:
#7
excellent find, another pressie sorted. thanks! in stock in Basildon, Essex.
#8
ordered one thanks
#9
anybody know what the free glasses and pod are like ?
#10
#11
4 in Eastbourne, any idea how much the pods are.
#12
diabeticguy;3733510
4 in Eastbourne, any idea how much the pods are.

Poundland often have the pods for this machine, otherwise they are over £2 per pack
#13
diabeticguy
4 in Eastbourne, any idea how much the pods are.


pods are about £2 ish.. they vary store to store
But Lidl now do some at about £1.39

Would be a good deal if you can find one... :roll:
#14
prob a stupid question but can u get hot chocolate pods? or is there any machines what will do hot chocolate?
#15
omg been after a good coffee machine for ages and finally got just got 3 booked in
clacton on sea
#16
This has to be the worst coffee machine I have ever had! Dolce Gusto is by far superior......

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4200239/Trail/searchtext%3EDOLCE+GUSTO.htm
#17
costs nearly 3 times the amount its bound to be better
#18
Those around the East London area, East ham branch have 3, over 5 to collect a bit further Old street in Central London.
#19
Kev The Kopite
prob a stupid question but can u get hot chocolate pods? or is there any machines what will do hot chocolate?


Its coffee only, if you want chocolate and other drinks you would want a Tasimo or similar
#20
quite a few around the aylesbury area, hp21 hp22
still thinking about it, quite fancy chocolate too, the other two machines are dearer but on good offers, been thinking which to get for a while
#21
If its any help the Tasimos are half price in Argos :)

Miranda
#22
Not voting cold as it is a good price but it makes a tiddly cup per pod and I was going through loads of them as it was taking 2 pods to make a mug of coffee! Sold mine on Ebay soon after...
#23
Bexxa
pods are about £2 ish.. they vary store to store
But Lidl now do some at about £1.39

Would be a good deal if you can find one... :roll:


How many drinks do you get in a pack?? Does anyone know?
#24
Evelynne
quite a few around the aylesbury area, hp21 hp22
still thinking about it, quite fancy chocolate too, the other two machines are dearer but on good offers, been thinking which to get for a while


Exactly the dilema i had, got the Tassimo in the end it has by far the most drinks available including Starbucks and Milka chocolate , have a look...


http://www.tassimo.co.uk/tassimo/page?locale=uken1&PagecRef=824&categoryId=86
#25
few in stock by me, dont forget quidco £1
#26
just googled senseo chocomel - has anyone used this?
#27
lynne1966
This has to be the worst coffee machine I have ever had! Dolce Gusto is by far superior......

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4200239/Trail/searchtext%3EDOLCE+GUSTO.htm


seriously?!! the dolce gusto is appppalllling so the senseo must be rank! the gaggia ecaffe/caffitaly system is much better - but also much more expensive. stunning coffee though.
#28
EdwardtheLocal
How many drinks do you get in a pack?? Does anyone know?


you get 18 pods in a pack of Douwe Egberts senseo pods. they are on offer in Somerfield at the moment 3 packs for £5, the offer works itself round about every 7 weeks I normally stock up and they last til on again. You can also buy a re usable pod and fill with your own groun coffee.

For the person who sold theirs on e-bay because was using 2 pods for a mug, put 1 pod in and press the right hand button showing 2 small cups, perfect mug every time.
Sorry for going on but I am seriously addicted to mine :-D :-D
#29
deanos
Its coffee only, if you want chocolate and other drinks you would want a Tasimo or similar


you can get chocolate and all sorts from the usa website, am investigating further......
#30
lynne1966;3733705
This has to be the worst coffee machine I have ever had! Dolce Gusto is by far superior......

http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/4200239/Trail/searchtext%3EDOLCE+GUSTO.htm


you are kidding....have that one and the coffee from that is disgusting
#31
Mr Hunter;3734794
few in stock by me, dont forget quidco £1

reading forbury have 5
#32
I tried a senseo coffee. Not for me - it was bitter, overextracted and produced tiny cups of it.

Machines like the dolce gusto, are not much better. I prefer coffee from a nespresso machine, not that I have one :?
#33
I love my senseo, but I order my pods on line from http://www.easypods.co.uk/.

They work out cheaper and they have a wide variety of flavours.

I also stock up on bags every time I visit Holland (it's a Dutch machine) and the bags are very cheap in any Dutch supermarket (you may have seen some bright Dutchies selling them on ebay lol!)
#34
Evelynne
you can get chocolate and all sorts from the usa website, am investigating further......


coffeepodshop looking good, at least they're available, got to check prices though
#35
There's more flavours of pods on ebay from european sellers, even a tea pod adapter, but most large uk supermarkets have the coffee only.
I have one of these machines already and LOVE the coffee. Best made with filtered water and whole cream milk.
#36
Great deal, been waiting for one of these.

Many thanks to OP.
#37
thanks for the link skyeday, just noticed a machine on their website that is meant to be universal....

Any idea if this is any good? Kenwood MokAbista

http://www.cafepods.co.uk/cgi-bin/store_ep.pl?action=link&sku=505&uid=1144230
#38
darrab
I tried a senseo coffee. Not for me - it was bitter, overextracted and produced tiny cups of it.

Machines like the dolce gusto, are not much better. I prefer coffee from a nespresso machine, not that I have one :?


I think I'd cry if my Nespresso machine broke.
#39
I have had my Senseo for about 3 years . Love it , and you
can get Mug sized pods from Sainsburys for example.
#40

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