Philips Senseo Hd7814/60 Original Coffee Pod System £25 @ Tesco Outlet / Ebay - HotUKDeals
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The Philips Senseo HD7814/60 coffee machine brings a whole new meaning to the phrase 'the perfect cup of coffee'. The stylish and innovative coffee maker comes in a smart black finish with a scratch-proof and smudge-proof body. Now you can treat your friends and family with a perfect cup of coffee with a rich cream head.
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[HUKD Deal Editor] 2 Likes #1
£29.00 - Looks gorgeous (_;)
#2
These are a great little coffee machine. Managed to pick one up on a car boot sale for £1. Still going today, and with the lidl coffee pods it's even better!
#3
Got mine secondhand many years ago, generally make 5+ cups a day, pretty much every day since then, so I can't fault the reliability. I use EcoPad reusable pods, and coffee beans from Costco, makes a good cup of coffee for less than instant.

mike
#4
any1 got the link for it on ebay please
#5
BuzzDuraband
£29.00 - Looks gorgeous (_;)

can any1 tell me if this takes the pods to do cappacinos and lattes ?? b4 I buy it and it don't thanks
#6
BuzzDuraband
£29.00 - Looks gorgeous (_;)

can any1 tell me if this takes the pods to do cappacinos and lattes ?? b4 I buy it and it don't thanks
#7
Don't bother, save up and buy a proper machine.
#8
j13nyd
BuzzDuraband
£29.00 - Looks gorgeous (_;)

can any1 tell me if this takes the pods to do cappacinos and lattes ?? b4 I buy it and it don't thanks

Yes, linky
#9
Skywalker07
These are a great little coffee machine. Managed to pick one up on a car boot sale for £1. Still going today, and with the lidl coffee pods it's even better!
Do lidl do the decaf also? I always thought I could only use the senseo pods in this
1 Like #10
hiezra
Skywalker07
These are a great little coffee machine. Managed to pick one up on a car boot sale for £1. Still going today, and with the lidl coffee pods it's even better!
Do lidl do the decaf also? I always thought I could only use the senseo pods in this

Buy a coffeeduck and you can use just about whatever ground coffeebeans you want, without the restrictions of the ground coffee filled "tea bag style" pods.

http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/NjAwWDgwMA==/z/N40AAMXQgwNSKJDl/$T2eC16R,!)oFIeI5dBeWBSKJDkrl7!~~60_35.JPG
#11
Postage is £14.01!!!!!!!! no thanks
#12
j13nyd
BuzzDuraband
£29.00 - Looks gorgeous (_;)

can any1 tell me if this takes the pods to do cappacinos and lattes ?? b4 I buy it and it don't thanks


I would recommend a Dolce Gusto machine for lattes and cappuccinos... they are also on offer at the moment in Tesco
#13
Grabbed one of these when amazon did them stupid cheap before christmas. Forget the pads, get a Duck or Melitta Pad Filter and use whatever coffee floats yer boat.

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Melitta-Permanent-Padfilter-Senseo-coffee/dp/9792491325/ref=sr_1_11?ie=UTF8&qid=1404936375&sr=8-11&keywords=melitta+coffee+filter
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cicobuff
hiezra
Skywalker07
These are a great little coffee machine. Managed to pick one up on a car boot sale for £1. Still going today, and with the lidl coffee pods it's even better!
Do lidl do the decaf also? I always thought I could only use the senseo pods in this

Buy a coffeeduck and you can use just about whatever ground coffeebeans you want, without the restrictions of the ground coffee filled "tea bag style" pods.

http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/NjAwWDgwMA==/z/N40AAMXQgwNSKJDl/$T2eC16R,!)oFIeI5dBeWBSKJDkrl7!~~60_35.JPG

that is what I use for mine, got one from Amazon (the coffeeduck) and we use Nescafe Alegria ground coffee. Lovely :)
#15
It looks a bit like a giant black dildo
#16
I'd hate to see your Mrs undercarriage bilaldude if that's your idea of a dild ;-)
#17
fosterdog
Postage is £14.01!!!!!!!! no thanks


Postage is free!!
#18
With the coffeeduck can you use filtered cofffee?
#19
BuzzDuraband
£29.00 - Looks gorgeous (_;)


we've got one . you can buy pods off amazon . that are cheaper and better
#20
lewissymonds
With the coffeeduck can you use filtered cofffee?

By Filtered coffee i take it you mean Ground coffee in which case Yes any kind you choose makes a nice coffee complete with creme!
#21
bought one of these in tesco black friday xmas sale for £19. it was complete waste of money! I've tried various types of senseo coffee pods. in my opinion the coffee tastes awful.
#22
heat added. good find over £30 on Amazon.
#23
meant to add...you can get a cheaper version of the pods, double the quantity (72pk) from Amazon. they're called Rene pods.
#24
I have one and I love it - barely drunk a cup of tea since.
#25
Methos
lewissymonds
With the coffeeduck can you use filtered cofffee?

By Filtered coffee i take it you mean Ground coffee in which case Yes any kind you choose makes a nice coffee complete with creme!

Silly thing to say but im not that clued up on coffee. When i say filtered i mean the type of coffee you have to put through a mesh and let hot steam pour trhough it. You can't use it as regular coffee as it will never dilute.
#26
cicobuff
hiezra
Skywalker07
These are a great little coffee machine. Managed to pick one up on a car boot sale for £1. Still going today, and with the lidl coffee pods it's even better!
Do lidl do the decaf also? I always thought I could only use the senseo pods in this

Buy a coffeeduck and you can use just about whatever ground coffeebeans you want, without the restrictions of the ground coffee filled "tea bag style" pods.




http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/NjAwWDgwMA==/z/N40AAMXQgwNSKJDl/$T2eC16R,!)oFIeI5dBeWBSKJDkrl7!~~60_35.JPG


Please can you explain a bit more about using coffeduck/cheaper refills ?

cheers
#27
hiezra
Skywalker07
These are a great little coffee machine. Managed to pick one up on a car boot sale for £1. Still going today, and with the lidl coffee pods it's even better!
Do lidl do the decaf also? I always thought I could only use the senseo pods in this

I've never seen decaf ones in Lidl, but then I personally think decaf coffee is pointless. They do Kenyan, Brazilian and Nicaraguan blends that I've seen - £1.69 for 18.
#28
These are awful. Nespresso is far superior and will make better coffee.
#29
soledog
cicobuff
hiezra
Skywalker07
These are a great little coffee machine. Managed to pick one up on a car boot sale for £1. Still going today, and with the lidl coffee pods it's even better!
Do lidl do the decaf also? I always thought I could only use the senseo pods in this

Buy a coffeeduck and you can use just about whatever ground coffeebeans you want, without the restrictions of the ground coffee filled "tea bag style" pods.




http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/NjAwWDgwMA==/z/N40AAMXQgwNSKJDl/$T2eC16R,!)oFIeI5dBeWBSKJDkrl7!~~60_35.JPG


Please can you explain a bit more about using coffeduck/cheaper refills ?

cheers

I could, but it would be quicker and more self explanatory to just google search "coffeeduck senseo youtube" where you can clearly see for yourself.
#30
I use both the coffee duck and melitta filter. I use any Espresso grind coffee that I fancy. You basically fill your duck or filter with ground coffee, pop the lid on, pop it in the machine and use the machine as per normal directions.

Currently I am working my way though various Coffee direct coffees I got off Amazon when they were doing 2lb bags for £4 a pop.

It is a very cheap way to have expensive tasting coffee.

I have tried the pads - but found them a bit ....meh.
#31
I had one of these some years ago and intended to car boot it, the coffee bags you can buy in the shops really don't taste good and you only get a small amount of water pumped through. If you are undecided, I would say go for something else.
#32
Seems like a nice machine, I've seen some yt clips where people use the two cup pod + coffee filter paper and ground coffee. The creama this thing produces is amazing. 15 bar is a lot more than my stove top 3/4? At the most I think. I wouldn't use pods as I have my perfect blend of beans. Better taste than illy. Anyway sorry for the ramble heat added.
#33
The machine was delivered early this morning. I've made three cups for far a test, one for me and another for the misses. She likes the machine far more than me. I'm happy with it as it's easier to clean and all that. I use paper coffee filters. If only the double coffee cover was able to hold just a bit more coffee then I'd be happy as pie.
I think this thing runs at 6 or 7 bar and is under extracting the coffee, maybe a little more pressure on the tamper might help. I am using a fairly fine grind but not using espresso beans. For the price this is a fairly decent machine, plus the 2 year warranty is good. If you don't have a machine then in this price range you'd be hard pressed to find better.
PS. The creama surprised me, it not only does it produce a decent amount but also has a lot of cascading.
I think next thing will be either a coffee duck or a similar reusable pod system.

Edited By: esskaybee on Jul 31, 2014 17:02

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