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Philips Senseo £22.80 @ Comet

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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
This was a decent price at £24.99 as it was half price but now there is an extra 5% off making it very cheap.


Brand PHILIPS
Coffee maker type N/A
Colour Black
Milk frothing arm No
Coffee type compatibility Senseo Pod
Action N/A
Bars pressure N/A
Premier Collection No
Other features
2 cup filter coffee capacity
Removable drip tray
Removable water tank
0.75 litre water reservoir
Water level indicator
Pods/Capsules
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banned#1
Anyone know of any free delivery codes as not avaliable for collection instore but still hot hot hot:thumbsup:
banned#2
Or £24.49 at Argos can reserve and collect plus £1 cash back through quidco!! Works out cheaper than having to pay £5.85 for delivery plus £22.80
#3
joaner36
Anyone know of any free delivery codes as not avaliable for collection instore but still hot hot hot:thumbsup:


Ive reserved 1 for collection with the code no problems.
#4
I'm being a muppet. Wheres the code for the 5%.

I've found one for 3% !
#5
Hello?! 5% how? where?

I'm getting £24.00
#6
barginz
Hello?! 5% how? where?

I'm getting £24.00


Use code MVC5 to get an extra 5% Off. :thumbsup:
#7
SNOW is a code too.
#8
barginz
Hello?! 5% how? where?

I'm getting £24.00


View your basket and enter code at top of page.
#9
Seems a good price but is it any good, anyone already got one?

Thanks
#10
smiffy66
Seems a good price but is it any good, anyone already got one?

Thanks


I have,

Not bad we use ours regularly and its fine, we use cheaper pods and have no problems, its simple to clean and use.

Only small gripe is the heater could do with been a bit hotter.
#11
Don't forget Topcashback 3% for 'Click and Collect Order'
#12
Do these things make better coffee than a cafetiere ? and how expensive are the pods ?
1 Like #13
The price of the pods is £2.20 for 18 in my local store. Although they only do mild,dark and decaffinated locally. However inside the box will be a voucher for 75p off a pack. I've been looking online at buying bulk pods but am unsure as to which is a good supplier so will have to try this route next year.

In order to get a hotter cup I found iy better to leave it a few minutes after the water has been heated rather than make a cup of coffee straight away. This then gives a hotter cup of coffee.

Rob.
#14
£2.79 for 16 our lass reckons.
#15
robbsafc

In order to get a hotter cup I found iy better to leave it a few minutes after the water has been heated rather than make a cup of coffee straight away. This then gives a hotter cup of coffee.

Rob.


I'll Bare that in mind.
#16
smiffy66
Seems a good price but is it any good, anyone already got one?

Thanks


We bought ours in April 2005 and it's still going strong. We use it every day and it makes the best cup of coffee I've ever had a t home. I use dark roasted pods only. I think I'll buy a replacement at this low price and put it away until the current one gives up the ghost which shirley must be soon....

If you like white coffee always heat the milk.
1 Like #17
peterfoster
We bought ours in April 2005 and it's still going strong. We use it every day and it makes the best cup of coffee I've ever had a t home. I use dark roasted pods only. I think I'll buy a replacement at this low price and put it away until the current one gives up the ghost which shirley must be soon....


It may well give up the ghost shortly, but don't call me Shirley! (sorry but I couldnt resist it)

Iain

Be gentle havent posted before :)
#18
Sorry i wasnt awake when i posted this and the code is SNOW for 5%.
#19
good price sure these used to be about 50 quid
#20
Hamish
It may well give up the ghost shortly, but don't call me Shirley! (sorry but I couldnt resist it)

Iain

Be gentle havent posted before :)



Did your nanny never teach you to try to avoid the obvious, Iain....
#21
Biker Jeff
Do these things make better coffee than a cafetiere ? and how expensive are the pods ?


Had mine over a year and use it most days, for a quality quick half a mug of coffee, gives me a nice little boost first Fin..:thumbsup:
#22
Excellent cup of coffee. I tend to use the single pods and do a 'double' water shot. That is, enough coffee for one and enough water for 2...the pods are STRONG!!

I think these machines are dutch as my mate is dutch and says every single house in holland has one...as common as a kitchen knife over there apparently

iv had mine about 5 years and its still perfect
#23
pod is for a cup, not a mug!!!

So you pay £2.8 for 8 drinks - Thats expensive



I have one, and have stopped using it. It produces rubbish coffee from the pods. I haven't tried the non-senseo pods though.

Above- - the pods are NOT strong. They are the correct strength for the amount they produce. Doubling the water will result in disgusting, watery coffee
#24
manbearpig
pod is for a cup, not a mug!!!

So you pay £2.8 for 8 drinks - Thats expensive



I have one, and have stopped using it. It produces rubbish coffee from the pods. I haven't tried the non-senseo pods though.

Above- - the pods are NOT strong. They are the correct strength for the amount they produce. Doubling the water will result in disgusting, watery coffee


Above - WRONG! It doesn't!!! Oh and sometimes you can get 16 proper senseo pods for a quid from poundland
#25
The pods do seem expensive to me as i like to drink large mugs of coffee. But i've read on the Argos reviews that you can get an attachment called a Coffee Duck to use regular ground coffee.
#26
You honestly only need 1 pod for a mug. Put 1 pod in and press 2 cups. Just get dark roast if its not quite strong enough for you.
#27
mr_hercules
You honestly only need 1 pod for a mug. Put 1 pod in and press 2 cups. Just get dark roast if its not quite strong enough for you.


I may give this machine a go. As i'm the only one that drinks proper coffee its pointlesss having a filter machine with a jug.
#28
i find coffee from a cafetiere a bit dirty-tasting if you know what i mean. Filter coffee is also a bit 'kwik-fit' too! I have a dolce gusto, and find myself wanting a proper cup from the senseo
#29
manbearpig
I have one, and have stopped using it. It produces rubbish coffee from the pods. I haven't tried the non-senseo pods though.


Subjective assessment of course, but are you cleaning and descaling the machine according to the manufacturer's instructions?
#30
We've had one for a while now.

Much depends on your choice of coffee pods. Have a look in Lidl and see if they stock a dark roast by Bellarom. Yes, I know, the words Lidl and coffee shouldn't occur in the same sentence, and I was shocked when we discovered just how good these are. (And at a fraction of the price).

We like our coffee very strong. Many of the pods available just aren't strong enough, and we would never think of doubling the water through a pod. Halve it, maybe!
1 Like #31
Had one of these for just over a year. Definately recommend a CoffeeDuck (silly name, great gadget) then you can use any filter coffee you like - works out at a fraction of the cost of the pods. We got ours on ebay (the Duck that is!).

Also agree with the advice if you are making white coffee to heat the milk first - 30 seconds in the microwave does the trick. Use one of those milk-frother thingys (battery operated mini-whisk) and you are on the way to a half decent cappuccino!
#32
Biker Jeff
I may give this machine a go. As i'm the only one that drinks proper coffee its pointlesss having a filter machine with a jug.


Who said this lol

"I dont rate Philips much either....
But the main reason i dont buy their stuff is that the design of all their products are hideous."
#33
Gold Feet
Who said this lol

"I dont rate Philips much either....
But the main reason i dont buy their stuff is that the design of all their products are hideous."


Ha ha..... yeah true.
But their Bluray player still looks like an 80's VCR
#34
mr_hercules
Excellent cup of coffee. I tend to use the single pods and do a 'double' water shot. That is, enough coffee for one and enough water for 2...the pods are STRONG!!

I think these machines are dutch as my mate is dutch and says every single house in holland has one...as common as a kitchen knife over there apparently

iv had mine about 5 years and its still perfect


Yeah - every apartment & House boat i have ever stayed in in Amsterdam have them. Albert Hein (dutch supermarket) do a massive range of pods for them.

We buy our pods in Lidls for £1.40 something, but when we run out i use something called a coffee duck which i brought on ebay. http://www.coffeeduck.com/uk_index.html

basically it allows you to use any filter coffee in a reusable pod.

We use our machine daily & would recommend :thumbsup:
#35
got a couple of these from amazon last year. Both broke down fairly quickly although customer service was reasonable enough- sending us to a local maintenance company that fixed them fairly quickly. The coffee was ok but I found the drinks to be getting more and more tepid. The design isn't aesthetically pleasing and especially space consuming so mine soon saw an untimely death via failure to get a tenner for it on ebay.
#36
which cheaper pods do you get??
#37
Awesome deal! Thanks so much for posting. Voted hot.

Just reserved one for local store collection with the voucher.

Getting this for my mum for xmas. Just need to get her a CoffeeDuck now - what a brilliant idea. Thanks for the tips from those who posted about it.
#38
don't have one, don't really want one but came here to b!tch about the expensive pods...
..it seems those days are over now with the coffee duck!
#39
I use the Lidl Columbian and Brazilian pods - very tasty. The wife has decaf, so can only use the proper Senseo pods. When I got mine it included two glass cups free, which are the perfect size. A batch of these was recalled recently, but we had our replacement within a couple of days.
#40
Thanks for this great deal polly69, it's made it into our new HUKD blog, PlayPennies
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