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* 1450 watt.

* 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 cappuccino.

* 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.

* Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.
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#1
where can you buy the refils fo these please? and are they expensive? thanks in advance xx
#2
REXISMYDOG
where can you buy the refils fo these please? and are they expensive? thanks in advance xx


Occasionally the have them in Poundland (I tend to buy about 10 - 15 packs when they do). Other alternatives are buy an ecopod (off eBay) which are plastic refillable holders that you can use filter coffee in.

Usual supermarket price is about £2 - £2.30 for 16-18 depending on the blend. A big much in theory uses 2 bags but you could buy stronger ones and use one etc - Depends on your taste really.

One of the few kitchen gadgets I use most days so I'd recommend one - So many alternatives about but for the price it's pretty good
#3
tesco, asda, etc
think Lidl also do a version that fits these machines
#4
BEVVY
tesco, asda, etc
think Lidl also do a version that fits these machines


Forgot about the Lidl ones - They are pretty good and are about £1.49 for a pack - They have several strengths / types too. Also know the Liptons coffee bags work ok in these too which are much cheaper than the originals
#5
Makro do their own half the price of the Senseo ones - if you have a trade card memebership
#6
RoyalRenegade
Occasionally the have them in Poundland (I tend to buy about 10 - 15 packs when they do). Other alternatives are buy an ecopod (off eBay) which are plastic refillable holders that you can use filter coffee in.

Usual supermarket price is about £2 - £2.30 for 16-18 depending on the blend. A big much in theory uses 2 bags but you could buy stronger ones and use one etc - Depends on your taste really.

One of the few kitchen gadgets I use most days so I'd recommend one - So many alternatives about but for the price it's pretty good


I love my senseo machine and always recommend it, everyone comments its makes lovely coffee.
Pods widely available http://www.mysupermarket.co.uk/Shopping/FindProducts.aspx?Query=senseo :thumbsup:
#7
These must be really good machines. At the last Denham Boot sale of the year, I counted 19 of these available. :whistling:
#8
Can't find any ecopods on ebay :S. Any other alternatives if I want to use my own ground coffee?

EDIT: Found them, they're called ecopads. Whats better, them or a coffeeduck?
#9
How do these machines compare to buying a coffee at Mcdonalds? does it have the taste of fresh coffee ?
#10
Cheers, thats another pressie sorted.

My mother in law has one and loves it, she buys the pods in macro and apparently they are very nice (can't stand coffee myself)
2 Likes #11
Great machine but I just bought mine a week ago on Saturday for £28 from Argos so slightly miffed. My previous Senseo broke after nearly 2 years of constant use.

The Senseo pod range in most supermarkets are pretty limited but there are loads of retailers online and double_dutch_coffee is a recommended seller on a certain auction site we can't mention.

Best of all you should follow another posters advice and by a few eco pads that you can simply fill with your own favourite filter coffee which works out much cheaper and in my opinion tastes even better. You can also get a device called a coffee duck which works the same as the eco pads and will cost you £6 or £7 quid at most.

Also, if you take milk with your coffee make sure you heat it in the microwave for about 30 seconds before putting your cup under the senseo tap as like all other coffee machines the senseo makes warm not boiling hot coffee as that would impair the taste.

You get 4 free sachets with the Senseo - 2 medium and 2 strong and the strong one's are too strong in my opinion.
#12
mohoshin
How do these machines compare to buying a coffee at Mcdonalds? does it have the taste of fresh coffee ?


Yeah it does and it puts a creamy frothy layer on top whether you use regular pods or put your own coffee in eco pods. Get yourself a fancy coffee cup and it looks like something you'd get from Starbucks.
#13
Lidl sell the best coffee for this machine by far, and it is also the cheapest ! :D
#14
ScarboroughKID
Can't find any ecopods on ebay :S. Any other alternatives if I want to use my own ground coffee?

EDIT: Found them, they're called ecopads. Whats better, them or a coffeeduck?


I have both. The coffeeduck makes a big mug of coffee where as the pods only make you a small cup unless you use 2, one right after another. Coffeeduck is probably the best but both work great.
#15
I bought this coffee machine a while back and I love it. It's easy to use and easy to clean besides that it makes great coffee! Voted hot!
#16
MDL199
I have both. The coffeeduck makes a big mug of coffee where as the pods only make you a small cup unless you use 2, one right after another. Coffeeduck is probably the best but both work great.


Brilliant, I think I'll go for the coffeeduck, and is there any difference between the new and old generation machines? What would this one be? (it's just some coffeducks seems made for old machines, some for new.)

Thanks.
#17
Hi all,
I am looking to get something like this for Xmas, however all we would really use it for would be to make Cappucinos

Does anyone out there have any experience of using these for Cappucinos? Does it actually froth the milk?

How does this type of machine compare to things like the Krups or the Tassimo - both a lot more money but are they worth the extra?

Any help is greatly appreciated.
#18
ScarboroughKID
Brilliant, I think I'll go for the coffeeduck, and is there any difference between the new and old generation machines? What would this one be? (it's just some coffeducks seems made for old machines, some for new.)

Thanks.


I bought my second machine a week ago on Saturday and the coffeeduck works fine in it. My previous machine I bought a couple years back and the only difference I can see is the old one was silver where as my new one is black.
#19
starwarsclark
Hi all,
I am looking to get something like this for Xmas, however all we would really use it for would be to make Cappucinos

Does anyone out there have any experience of using these for Cappucinos? Does it actually froth the milk?

How does this type of machine compare to things like the Krups or the Tassimo - both a lot more money but are they worth the extra?

Any help is greatly appreciated.


You can get Cappucino pods for the Senseo but I don't think they're that great and a better option is to make half a cup of very strong Senseo coffee and add half heated milk from the microwave and use a milk frother. The Senseo will put a creamy, froathy top on your coffee anyway but I use a froather to really put a good final touch on it. The whole idea of the Senseo is to make real fresh coffee but in the time it would usually take to make instant coffee. There's also no mess just chuck the used pod in the bin and a quick wipe of the machine and your done.
#20
MDL199
You can get Cappucino pods for the Senseo but I don't think they're that great and a better option is to make half a cup of very strong Senseo coffee and add half heated milk from the microwave and use a milk frother. The Senseo will put a creamy, froathy top on your coffee anyway but I use a froather to really put a good final touch on it. The whole idea of the Senseo is to make real fresh coffee but in the time it would usually take to make instant coffee. There's also no mess just chuck the used pod in the bin and a quick wipe of the machine and your done.


MDL199 - thanks for the reply. I have reserved one at my local Argos just in case.

Has anyone got any experience of how these compare to the Krups or Tassimo at making Cappucino please?

I don't mind spending the extra to get either the Krups or the Tassimo, I just want to get the right one!
#21
starwarsclark


Has anyone got any experience of how these compare to the Krups or Tassimo at making Cappucino please?

I don't mind spending the extra to get either the Krups or the Tassimo, I just want to get the right one!


Good deal but if money isn't an option get a Tassimo.
Tassimo Cappucino & Latte Machiatto are as good as the coffee served in any cafe and you won't get better from a pod system. imho
#22
GreenGem
Good deal but if money isn't an option get a Tassimo.
Tassimo Cappucino & Latte Machiatto are as good as the coffee served in any cafe and you won't get better from a pod system. imho


OK then it sounds like it would be worth spending the extra and going for the Tassimo.
Thanks for the info.
#23
What model number is this anyway?

Is it the "Phillips Senseo HD7814"
#24
I have had the tassimo and the coffee is superb. However nobody ever does discounts on the pods for them and they are quite expensive and in the case of the decaff very difficult to find. Even Makro charge the full price for the pods.
#25
i bought one of these on a deal last year, bought the ecopads too.

there was a product recall where they changed my machine, now that one has died, so all in, i should've stuck with my £5 coffee filter
#26
I would have got one of these but there is no stock anywhere near me and I don't really want to pay for delivery!
#27
kimbyanne
I would have got one of these but there is no stock anywhere near me and I don't really want to pay for delivery!


Hi,
Where abouts are you?
There were 5 in my local Argos - Chichester - and I have reserved one that I no longer need.
You can use my reservation if it is of any use to you.

PM me if you want it and I will reply with the reservation number.
#28
starwarsclark
Hi,
Where abouts are you?
There were 5 in my local Argos - Chichester - and I have reserved one that I no longer need.
You can use my reservation if it is of any use to you.

PM me if you want it and I will reply with the reservation number.


Thanks but I am in Norwich, so a bit far away! Thank you anyway!
#29
GreenGem
Good deal but if money isn't an option get a Tassimo.
Tassimo Cappucino & Latte Machiatto are as good as the coffee served in any cafe and you won't get better from a pod system. imho



If money isn't an option and you want to use a pod style machine buy a Nespresso machine. The coffee is of a much better quality than that of Tassimo/Senseo etc. Tasimo is a hot drinks maker and will produce a higher variety of drinks though.
#30
Another Lidl pod fan here for these machines - we have these at work all the time - nice and easy coffee at a touch of a button, no cleaning needed.
#31
this machine doesn't do espresso. which I only just found out LOL
oh well , 24 quid up in smoke. it does make a milky coffee ok though.

I had a Lavazza Modo Mio before, pretty decent espresso. Might try an Nespresso next time, as advised.
#32
where is the ceapest place in the UK to get a coffeeduck??
#33
smoggie
where is the ceapest place in the UK to get a coffeeduck??


Looks like eBay at £9.49 delivered (But from Germany rather than the UK)
#34
hwangeruk
this machine doesn't do espresso. which I only just found out LOL
oh well , 24 quid up in smoke. it does make a milky coffee ok though.
.


I dont have one (yet) but based on the descirption, if you got a coffeeduck and packed it with fine ground coffee you'd get espresso?
#35
What's the best coffee machine available at the moment? There are sooo many out there. I am looking to make coffees, cappucion, lattes, espressor, tea etc. So which one would be the best machine to get? Having done a quick search on Amazon.co.uk, it seems that the Dolce Gusto and Tassimo are the best sellers (hence probably one of the best).

Any advice?
#36
Hi there - I've just bought this Senseo from Argos.
I want to buy a coffeeduck from ebay, but I'm not sure what 'generation' this is??

An ebay seller has a coffeeduck at £9.49 that is:
"Just usable in Philips Senseo1 and Senseo2
Especially for Philips© Senseo© HD 7800/7801/780x/7810/7812/781x Not for Senseo3 (New Generation)"

or they have a £9.99 coffeeduck:
"Just usable in Philips Senseo NEW GENERATION. Especially for Philips© Senseo© HD 7820/7821/7822/7830, etc. ONLY FOR NEW GENERATION "

Can anyone help me out?

Thank you!
#37
RoyalRenegade
Forgot about the Lidl ones - They are pretty good and are about £1.49 for a pack - They have several strengths / types too. Also know the Liptons coffee bags work ok in these too which are much cheaper than the originals


I was in Lidl today looking for these.

The only ones I could find were "Melangerie Kenya Blend Coffee Pods".

They were £1.49 for 18.

There is no mention of Senseo on the packet.

Are these the ones people buy?
#38
mbailey
I was in Lidl today looking for these.

The only ones I could find were "Melangerie Kenya Blend Coffee Pods".

They were £1.49 for 18.

There is no mention of Senseo on the packet.

Are these the ones people buy?


Yeah them the one's
#39
jo_bob
Hi there - I've just bought this Senseo from Argos.
I want to buy a coffeeduck from ebay, but I'm not sure what 'generation' this is??

An ebay seller has a coffeeduck at £9.49 that is:
"Just usable in Philips Senseo1 and Senseo2
Especially for Philips© Senseo© HD 7800/7801/780x/7810/7812/781x Not for Senseo3 (New Generation)"

or they have a £9.99 coffeeduck:
"Just usable in Philips Senseo NEW GENERATION. Especially for Philips© Senseo© HD 7820/7821/7822/7830, etc. ONLY FOR NEW GENERATION "

Can anyone help me out?

Thank you!


I think the models Argos are selling are the HD7814/60. I got my coffeeduck off Amazon but it's dearer now than when I bought it.

Having tried the Coffeeduck and Ecopads tonight one after the other I actually think the Ecopads are better as you get a better crema layer just as good as with regular pods.

Also, if you like flavoured coffee I think the Vienna pods are the best get them on the bay.
banned#40
Looks good :thumbsup:

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