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Tassimo unique brewing system prepares a range of freshly brewed coffees; cappuccino, latte, macchiato, espresso, filter coffee, cafe crema and also makes hot chocolate or tea. Unique barcode system prepares the perfect cup by adjusting temperature, time and amount of water for each and every cup. QuietBrew technology.

•Coffee options: cappuccino, latte, macchiato, espresso, filter coffee, cafe crema and also makes hot chocolate or tea.
•Water capacity 2 litres.
•Removable water tank.
•Water level gauge.
•Strength selector.
•Each individual T DISC is freshly brewed in 60 seconds or less.
•Adjustable cup stand.
•Drip tray.
•Self-cleaning system.
•Includes: cleaning disc.
•Cord storage.
•Size H27.3, W20.4, D33.4cm.
•Manufacturer's 2 year guarantee.


Just notice this in the email when I reserved it for collection:

If your order is between £50.00 and £99.99, you have qualified to receive a FREE £5 voucher.

You must collect your items in-store between 24th November and 30th November to qualify for this offer and you will receive your free voucher in-store when you pay for the items.
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#1
Are the pods expensive
#2
As an example at Tesco the hot chocolate is 16 discs for £3.28
#3
Very good price, I really like mine :)
#4
pod ones produce awful coffee

Edited By: royals on Nov 30, 2010 18:50
#5
They are quite expensive but I think the coffee is lovely and sometimes the pods are on offer so I stock up then
#6
red one is the same price...............just reserved the last one at my local argos!!!


cheers!
#7
Just reserved mine great price many thanks
#8
Reserved cheers...is this better than a dolce gusto?
1 Like #9
If you register it you get £20 to spend at the tassimo shop which is usually the cheapest place to get the pods.
#10
Love mine. They seem to be going up in price since when I got mine. Paid £50 a couple of years ago when Argos did this deal - they didn't do it last year so get one while you can.
#11
They make good lattes?
#12
I had one of these machines and they are OK. Please do be aware that you WILL get fed up of buying the expensive pods - dont sit down and work out how much its costing you per drink. My machine gave up in dramatic fashion spitting coffee everywhere.....do a Google search and you will see this machine is not super reliable.

I replaced it for a proper '15 bar' pressure coffee machine which im very please with - you can use whatever coffee you want with it and is very much cheaper to run. The machine was not an awful lot more to buy either.
#13
wallstreetcrash
They make good lattes?
like statbucks?
#14
Good find. Reserved one to replace a 'proper' coffee machine that doesn't get used due to the amount of time and effort required to keep it working nicely. Hoping this will be the answer.
#15
Not a patch on the dolce gusto IMO, although good price
#16
Just bought an older version of this at about the same price. the coffee is never actually hot and it drips. I'll return the old version and buy this one instead.
1 Like #17
Very good price - I bought one of these in Currys on 4th November as a Christmas present and paid £99.99.

I've just reserved the last one at my local Argos, and will pick it up after I get the Curry's one refunded tomorrow afternoon!

Plus having bought it from Argos, you get a £5 voucher back having spent between £50-£100. And you get a £20 voucher from Tassimo when you register the machine on their website which gets you approximately 6 packets of the T-Discs.

Great find, thanks!

Edited By: davethomas80 on Nov 30, 2010 20:02
#18
I've had two Tassimos (Braun and Bosch), thinking the newer one would be better, unfortunately I really wish I hadn't bought either of them. The tea is nice enough (expensive though at about £3.30 for 16 cups), the coffee tastes stale and isn't hot. You need to heat the cup, and the water if it's out the tap to get a hot cup. The milk pods are some sort of UHT and really don't froth as you'd expect (or how the promo pics always show).

Please just buy a good espresso machine and decent coffee, it's much better.

Edited By: mrgordon on Nov 30, 2010 20:09
#19
ste666
Not a patch on the dolce gusto IMO, although good price

have a gusto and its awful, terrible coffee and failed after 3 months, replaced

changing it for a bean to cup one
1 Like #20
Can't understand why anyone with an eye on saving money would buy one of these... not only are the machines themselves rather expensive, but the running costs are horrendous. Anything up to £1.50 per cup! Even a simple hot chocolate is, at the cheapest, at least 20p per cup. Compared to a good instant coffee at around 5p per cup, the Tassimo works-out anywhere from 4 to 30-times more expensive (and that's disregarding the initial outlay for the machine).

I like my coffee, but I'll stick to treating myself to the odd expensive cup of coffee at Costa (et al) and stick with instant or filter at home.

Edited By: ian_uk1975 on Nov 30, 2010 20:09
#21
Incorrect - you need to collect and pay for it on or before the 30 November (see below - taken from their website)

Spend £50 or more in-store to receive free vouchers to use on your next in-store purchase. Don't forget to reserve!

•Spend £50 - £99.99 in a single transaction and when you pay for the item(s) in-store you’ll receive a FREE £5 voucher to spend on a future purchase.
•Spend £100 or more in a single transaction and when you pay for the item(s) in-store you’ll receive a FREE £10 voucher to spend on a future purchase.

Don't forget - you have to collect your reserved item(s) between the 24th November to 30th November 2010 to qualify for this offer!


davethomas80
Very good price - I bought one of these in Currys on 4th November as a Christmas present and paid £99.99.I've just reserved the last one at my local Argos, and will pick it up after I get the Curry's one refunded tomorrow afternoon! Plus having bought it from Argos, you get a £5 voucher back having spent between £50-£100. And you get a £20 voucher from Tassimo when you register the machine on their website which gets you approximately 6 packets of the T-Discs.Great find, thanks!
#22
Argos voucher offer finishes tonight, reserved one, but don't think I will get the voucher now, shame
davethomas80
Very good price - I bought one of these in Currys on 4th November as a Christmas present and paid £99.99.

I've just reserved the last one at my local Argos, and will pick it up after I get the Curry's one refunded tomorrow afternoon!

Plus having bought it from Argos, you get a £5 voucher back having spent between £50-£100. And you get a £20 voucher from Tassimo when you register the machine on their website which gets you approximately 6 packets of the T-Discs.

Great find, thanks!
[helper]#23
Is this the kind of machine that makes um frothy? x
#24
Good spot. Ah well, I'm still going to be £40 up, so can't grumble!


dgreaves
Argos voucher offer finishes tonight, reserved one, but don't think I will get the voucher now, shame
davethomas80
Very good price - I bought one of these in Currys on 4th November as a Christmas present and paid £99.99.

I've just reserved the last one at my local Argos, and will pick it up after I get the Curry's one refunded tomorrow afternoon!

Plus having bought it from Argos, you get a £5 voucher back having spent between £50-£100. And you get a £20 voucher from Tassimo when you register the machine on their website which gets you approximately 6 packets of the T-Discs.

Great find, thanks!
1 Like #25
I've had one of these Bosch versions for about a 2 years now, certainly works a lot better than the earlier Braun versions, which were know for problems.However, whilst we like a lot of the drinks it is able to produce, it has for a long while now just sat in the corner doing nothing.When we got the Braun one, which was about 3 years ago, there were always deals on the Pods, even 4 for £10 sometimes, which is why we replaced it, but ever since they've been about £3.50 odd a pack, which is too much for general use.
I now have a regular coffee maker with a built in digital timer, cost about £15 in Currys, which means you can wake up to not only the taste of lovely coffee in the morning, but also the nice aroma, something missing with these pod machines.Even decent coffee for this, is much cheaper than the pods, so this may be a good price for the machine, but it's what it costs you once you start using it that really matters!
One thing that always annoyed me is that the special voucher we were supposed to get for registering was never received, despite many follow up emails, so don't rely on getting that either!

Good price for the machine, so heat added, but think of the running costs before buying!
#26
I had that problem with the vouchers not coming through, and them not responding to my emails.

I rang them to complain and they explained that because i'd ticked the 'opt out' button of the marketing by email etc, that their emails wouldnt get through. Bit silly really, but the guy I spoke to changed my settings to 'opt in' and sure enough I got everything through at once, including the code.

HAL2000
I've had one of these Bosch versions for about a 2 years now, certainly works a lot better than the earlier Braun versions, which were know for problems.However, whilst we like a lot of the drinks it is able to produce, it has for a long while now just sat in the corner doing nothing.When we got the Braun one, which was about 3 years ago, there were always deals on the Pods, even 4 for £10 sometimes, which is why we replaced it, but ever since they've been about £3.50 odd a pack, which is too much for general use.
I now have a regular coffee maker with a built in digital timer, cost about £15 in Currys, which means you can wake up to not only the taste of lovely coffee in the morning, but also the nice aroma, something missing with these pod machines.Even decent coffee for this, is much cheaper than the pods, so this may be a good price for the machine, but it's what it costs you once you start using it that really matters!
One thing that always annoyed me is that the special voucher we were supposed to get for registering was never received, despite many follow up emails, so don't rely on getting that either!

Good price for the machine, so heat added, but think of the running costs before buying!
#27
I have one of these at home and one at work. they make great coffee and chocolate but the draught beer pods are useless.Stick to the good old british boozer.
#28
ian_uk1975
Can't understand why anyone with an eye on saving money would buy one of these... not only are the machines themselves rather expensive, but the running costs are horrendous. Anything up to £1.50 per cup! Even a simple hot chocolate is, at the cheapest, at least 20p per cup. Compared to a good instant coffee at around 5p per cup, the Tassimo works-out anywhere from 4 to 30-times more expensive (and that's disregarding the initial outlay for the machine).

I like my coffee, but I'll stick to treating myself to the odd expensive cup of coffee at Costa (et al) and stick with instant or filter at home.


Well personally, I use this machine as a treat - one every other day or just at the weekends. Sets me up nicely and I don't crave a Starbucks/Costa all of the time as a result :)
#29
I have this machine...very good vfm

I have used the machiatto latte, cafe crema, columbian, cappucino, and milka hot chocolate pods. All are excellent, the milka in particular is gorgeous but heavy! Also the sizes you get from the pod are the RIGHT sizes for a coffee as they were intended, not a full mug...about half (latte machiatto is full but its a bit of a luxury!)

Mine did devlop a funny taste after 2 months but I cleaned it and it was fine
#30
davethomas80
I had that problem with the vouchers not coming through, and them not responding to my emails.I rang them to complain and they explained that because i'd ticked the 'opt out' button of the marketing by email etc, that their emails wouldnt get through. Bit silly really, but the guy I spoke to changed my settings to 'opt in' and sure enough I got everything through at once, including the code.
HAL2000
I've had one of these Bosch versions for about a 2 years now, certainly works a lot better than the earlier Braun versions, which were know for problems.However, whilst we like a lot of the drinks it is able to produce, it has for a long while now just sat in the corner doing nothing.When we got the Braun one, which was about 3 years ago, there were always deals on the Pods, even 4 for £10 sometimes, which is why we replaced it, but ever since they've been about £3.50 odd a pack, which is too much for general use.I now have a regular coffee maker with a built in digital timer, cost about £15 in Currys, which means you can wake up to not only the taste of lovely coffee in the morning, but also the nice aroma, something missing with these pod machines.Even decent coffee for this, is much cheaper than the pods, so this may be a good price for the machine, but it's what it costs you once you start using it that really matters!One thing that always annoyed me is that the special voucher we were supposed to get for registering was never received, despite many follow up emails, so don't rely on getting that either!Good price for the machine, so heat added, but think of the running costs before buying!

Thanks for the tip, it's been over a year, but still worth trying to resolve if I can, a £20 voucher would certainly come in handy.

Loved the comment about the beer pods, if only!
#31
ian_uk1975
not only are the machines themselves rather expensive, but the running costs are horrendous. Anything up to £1.50 per cup!.

£1.50 per cup! which would that be?

I guess a pint pot filled with espresso might be a bit pricey. ;)
#32
Good find, just what i was after thank you!
#33
Can't decide between this Tassimo, the Phillips Senseo at £29.99 or the Dolce Gusto Piccolo at Tesco Direct which is half price at £49.99 and I could use Double Up Clubcard vouchers on. Any experts out there? Thanks x
#34
Does any one know what's the difference between this one and the Titanium one? Otherwise OK deal, the same machine @ Amazon for £65.94 DELIVERED

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Bosch-TAS4011GB-Tassimo-Coffee-Silver/dp/B00193RV90/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1291156270&sr=8-1

so didn't vote.
#35
Gets poor review at Which magazine - for both taste and speed. Shame because I'm in the market for a good coffee maker

Edited By: Flombard on Nov 30, 2010 22:39
#36
To be honest, if I had a starbucks on costa nerby I wouldn't bother with any of the machines. Pods are expensive and the taste is just not as good. So if you have a starbucks/costa by the way to work/college/uni don't bother!
#37
BBGodzilla
To be honest, if I had a starbucks on costa nerby I wouldn't bother with any of the machines. Pods are expensive and the taste is just not as good. So if you have a starbucks/costa by the way to work/college/uni don't bother!


That's the prob! You become addicted to Costa and want it at home :S
#38
Had our Bosch version for about 18 months, yes the pods can be expensive, yes some of them are rubbish. Ours gets used daily (quite a lot). For the convenience it's great and makes decent enough drinks. We've had no reliability issues and I would say ours has made probably over 1000 cups. Of course it doesn't beat a £500 bean to cup type machine, but it does make decent enough coffee that blows away any instant.
#39
I've had one of these for about 5 years, initially the Braun but now the Bosch. I use it a couple of times a day and it's failed once in all that time (spurting coffee from underneath the machine!) but it was replaced by Bosch within a couple of weeks for a brand new one. The T-Discs are available in all the supermarkets but are hardly ever on special offer any more. Saying that, there is a huge selection at the Tassimo store and I think it's free delivery if you spend over a certain amount. The milk's not the best but then I like my coffee black ;-) Simple, mess-free and quick. I've no idea where the "it's cold", "it's slow" comments come from - but then there are different models so maybe that has something to do with it. I love mine :-)
#40
I now remember why I stopped using mine all together, I had a couple of the pods literally explode when something hasn't gone quite right. If you google "Exploding T Discs" you'll see more about it. Perhaps this has now been sorted out, I don't know.

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