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Tassimo Vivy Coffee Machine by Bosch, Black £35.00 @ John Lewis

£35.00 @ John Lewis
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bma1445
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bma1445
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!

Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.

No.

So what exactly was the purpose of that reply?

How much do you pay per coffee pod? I buy Lavazza espresso at £2.50 per 250g. 7g per cup means I'm using 7 pence worth of coffee per cup.

People need to wake up and smell the... oh wait. These machines are only this cheap because they make all of the money back on the expensive, stale coffee pods.

So what exactly is the purpose of you trolling a thread regarding a coffee machine? So you can use your wake up and smell the coffee line? I've heard it before.

If the deal isn't for you then move along, go and make a 7p espresso.

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#1
Been this price at a number of retailers recently.
#2
only place that seems to have stock at this price
#3
good price heat added
#4
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!
2 Likes #5
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!

Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.
#6
just bought the white one for the same price from Curry's with free delivery
4 Likes #7
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bma1445
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!

Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.


No.
#8
the Costa Coffee from these are excellent, the best coffee I've tasted at home

Edited By: jagwag on Dec 28, 2014 17:37: missed word
#9
I've had a Tassimo machine that I paid £120 for 3 or 4 years ago. It's been playing up recently, so I thought that I'd order one of these up. Apart from things like a cup stand light, bits of chrome stuck on the side and an LCD display, there doesn't appear to be much difference between this and the more expensive models. Oh wait a minute, some of them have larger water tanks... Cheers OP.
#10
Its good .... and everywhere seems to stock the pods as well. Got me some Americano and some Hot choc today. Americano worked out to 20p per cup. Far less faffing about than boiling the kettle etc etc
#11
Asda have some of the pods on offer at 3 packs for £10

Edited By: musicals on Dec 29, 2014 10:30: Next day with hangover
#12
The t55 and t65 models have a water filter. Good if you live in a area with poor or hard water. But cost more to maintain as you have to buy a filter every 8week or so. The one in this post does not have the water filter that I know of.
1 Like #13
rhysccfc31
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bma1445
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!

Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.

No.

So what exactly was the purpose of that reply?

How much do you pay per coffee pod? I buy Lavazza espresso at £2.50 per 250g. 7g per cup means I'm using 7 pence worth of coffee per cup.

People need to wake up and smell the... oh wait. These machines are only this cheap because they make all of the money back on the expensive, stale coffee pods.
#14
djmackie2000
The t55 and t65 models have a water filter. Good if you live in a area with poor or hard water. But cost more to maintain as you have to buy a filter every 8week or so. The one in this post does not have the water filter that I know of.

Which means that the machine is boiling unfiltered water, so the boiling unit will fill with scale, which will shorten the life of the machine.
#15
bma1445
rhysccfc31
Comment
bma1445
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!

Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.

No.

So what exactly was the purpose of that reply?

How much do you pay per coffee pod? I buy Lavazza espresso at £2.50 per 250g. 7g per cup means I'm using 7 pence worth of coffee per cup.

People need to wake up and smell the... oh wait. These machines are only this cheap because they make all of the money back on the expensive, stale coffee pods.

16 Americano pods at tesco for £3:19 makes it less than 20p a cup of Costa Coffee Value for money in my eyes
#16
Pretty good machine. Been this price and a little cheaper quite often.

But good machine.
1 Like #17
I got it for £39 for home from Argos. Added a few bits as I had the £25 cash back on the Amex for £50 spend.
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bma1445
rhysccfc31
Comment
bma1445
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!

Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.

No.

So what exactly was the purpose of that reply?

How much do you pay per coffee pod? I buy Lavazza espresso at £2.50 per 250g. 7g per cup means I'm using 7 pence worth of coffee per cup.

People need to wake up and smell the... oh wait. These machines are only this cheap because they make all of the money back on the expensive, stale coffee pods.

So what exactly is the purpose of you trolling a thread regarding a coffee machine? So you can use your wake up and smell the coffee line? I've heard it before.

If the deal isn't for you then move along, go and make a 7p espresso.

Heat added!
1 Like #19
bma1445
rhysccfc31
Comment
bma1445
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!

Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.

No.

So what exactly was the purpose of that reply?

How much do you pay per coffee pod? I buy Lavazza espresso at £2.50 per 250g. 7g per cup means I'm using 7 pence worth of coffee per cup.

People need to wake up and smell the... oh wait. These machines are only this cheap because they make all of the money back on the expensive, stale coffee pods.

bma 1445, don't lose any sleep over this one - just don't buy one - simple!
.
1 Like #20
jagwag
the Costa Coffee from these are excellent, the best coffee I've tasted at home

I agree jagwag, I love Costa coffee and they do taste exactly like in the Costa coffee shop. It was the fact that you could buy Costa pods for this machine that swung it for me. Really happy with mine.
#21
bma1445
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!

Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.

Yes, that's right bma1445, you could.....................if you wanted to.
#22
yeah have your espresso for 7p if you want

Coffee is much nicer when it's a latte or something though which the price of 8 made at home is cheaper than 1 from the shop ....

You also get £20 free voucher in these from JL
#23
I purchased one from John Lewis online yesterday and woke up to find it had been cancelled with no reason why. The cash was in the bank and my card is working fine and they still have stock so I don't have a clue why they cancelled it. Ended up getting it from Currys instead.
1 Like #24
Tassimo for £35?...

Very old news! Any cheap NOW TV while you're at it?
4 Likes #25
bma1445
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!
Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.

There's at least one of your type in every Tassimo thread on this site. The sort of people who want one of these generally aren't bothered about 'price per cup' or making their own espresso. Is it really so hard to just leave people alone?

Edited By: TheVoice on Dec 28, 2014 19:39
#26
musicals
Asda have some of the pods on offer at 3 packs for £20
Dont you mean 3 for £10?
#27
Says self cleaning on write up? So no need for a filter???
#28
Can this make hot chocolate milano?
#29
loopylisa1973
Says self cleaning on write up? So no need for a filter???
there is a pod which comes in the box which you insert and it cleans itself,very clever and saves a lot of time
#30
montana78
Can this make hot chocolate milano?

it makes suchard hot chocolate, and Cadbury hot chocolate both are really nice
suspended#31
May cost 7p per cup before you add the cost if milk. Costs Latte comes with milk
#32
Great machine I bought one at this price from currys last weekend, you can also get milka and Oreo hot chocolate and if you register for warranty you get a £20 voucher code to buy pods direct from tassimo although that's not great as delivery is expensive and there's a minimum spend. I have ordered my pods from Amazon subscribe and save they are sending me 80 pods every 2 months and will pay £15.15 every two months so that's a cheaper way of buying the pods. That's for the Costa americano.
#33
pfagan10
bma1445
rhysccfc31
Comment
bma1445
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!

Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.

No.

So what exactly was the purpose of that reply?

How much do you pay per coffee pod? I buy Lavazza espresso at £2.50 per 250g. 7g per cup means I'm using 7 pence worth of coffee per cup.

People need to wake up and smell the... oh wait. These machines are only this cheap because they make all of the money back on the expensive, stale coffee pods.

So what exactly is the purpose of you trolling a thread regarding a coffee machine? So you can use your wake up and smell the coffee line? I've heard it before.

If the deal isn't for you then move along, go and make a 7p espresso.

Heat added!

Stop calling me a troll. I'm not trolling, I asked a question regarding the value of it. This is a discussion forum, not a "post only if you agree" forum. 7p for hand made vs 20p for pods. Make 1 cup a day and it's £47 a year more to run this machine compared to regular coffee beans.
#34
clammy
bma1445
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!

Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.

Yes, that's right bma1445, you could.....................if you wanted to.

Im just questioning the value of these machines, when you taking to account the extra running costs. Sheesh.
#35
TheVoice
bma1445
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!
Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.

There's at least one of your type in every Tassimo thread on this site. The sort of people who want one of these generally aren't bothered about 'price per cup' or making their own espresso. Is it really so hard to just leave people alone?

"At least one of my type"? Please elaborate. As for "leaving people alone" again, it's a discussion site. I could say follow your own advice as you had absolutely no need to attack me like that.

Edited By: bma1445 on Dec 28, 2014 21:37
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bma1445
pfagan10
bma1445
rhysccfc31
Comment
bma1445
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!

Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.

No.

So what exactly was the purpose of that reply?

How much do you pay per coffee pod? I buy Lavazza espresso at £2.50 per 250g. 7g per cup means I'm using 7 pence worth of coffee per cup.

People need to wake up and smell the... oh wait. These machines are only this cheap because they make all of the money back on the expensive, stale coffee pods.

So what exactly is the purpose of you trolling a thread regarding a coffee machine? So you can use your wake up and smell the coffee line? I've heard it before.

If the deal isn't for you then move along, go and make a 7p espresso.

Heat added!

Stop calling me a troll. I'm not trolling, I asked a question regarding the value of it. This is a discussion forum, not a "post only if you agree" forum. 7p for hand made vs 20p for pods. Make 1 cup a day and it's £47 a year more to run this machine compared to regular coffee beans.

I didn't say anything about whether you are allowed to disagree with someone or not, but you post your diametrically opposed comments and say "I do this". I'm not seeing how this adds value to the 'discussion'. If I adopted your logic these threads would be clogged with "I don't like this" or "too expensive" rather than sharing offers/user experience etc. it's tantamount to trolling. Other people see the appeal of these products.
#37
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#38
pfagan10
bma1445
pfagan10
bma1445
rhysccfc31
Comment
bma1445
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!

Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.

No.

So what exactly was the purpose of that reply?

How much do you pay per coffee pod? I buy Lavazza espresso at £2.50 per 250g. 7g per cup means I'm using 7 pence worth of coffee per cup.

People need to wake up and smell the... oh wait. These machines are only this cheap because they make all of the money back on the expensive, stale coffee pods.

So what exactly is the purpose of you trolling a thread regarding a coffee machine? So you can use your wake up and smell the coffee line? I've heard it before.

If the deal isn't for you then move along, go and make a 7p espresso.

Heat added!

Stop calling me a troll. I'm not trolling, I asked a question regarding the value of it. This is a discussion forum, not a "post only if you agree" forum. 7p for hand made vs 20p for pods. Make 1 cup a day and it's £47 a year more to run this machine compared to regular coffee beans.

I didn't say anything about whether you are allowed to disagree with someone or not, but you post your diametrically opposed comments and say "I do this". I'm not seeing how this adds value to the 'discussion'. If I adopted your logic these threads would be clogged with "I don't like this" or "too expensive" rather than sharing offers/user experience etc. it's tantamount to trolling. Other people see the appeal of these products.

My post was "Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.". That sounds very much like a suggestion/alternative.

It's not like saying "too expensive" it's like saying "but there's a cheaper way of doing this if you go XYZ." Like someone posting on a deal that an alternative is available.

And for the record, yes you did. You said "If the deal isn't for you then move along, go and make a 7p espresso." - explicitly telling me that if I don't like the deal, leave.
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bma1445
pfagan10
bma1445
pfagan10
bma1445
rhysccfc31
Comment
bma1445
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!

Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.

No.

So what exactly was the purpose of that reply?

How much do you pay per coffee pod? I buy Lavazza espresso at £2.50 per 250g. 7g per cup means I'm using 7 pence worth of coffee per cup.

People need to wake up and smell the... oh wait. These machines are only this cheap because they make all of the money back on the expensive, stale coffee pods.

So what exactly is the purpose of you trolling a thread regarding a coffee machine? So you can use your wake up and smell the coffee line? I've heard it before.

If the deal isn't for you then move along, go and make a 7p espresso.

Heat added!

Stop calling me a troll. I'm not trolling, I asked a question regarding the value of it. This is a discussion forum, not a "post only if you agree" forum. 7p for hand made vs 20p for pods. Make 1 cup a day and it's £47 a year more to run this machine compared to regular coffee beans.

I didn't say anything about whether you are allowed to disagree with someone or not, but you post your diametrically opposed comments and say "I do this". I'm not seeing how this adds value to the 'discussion'. If I adopted your logic these threads would be clogged with "I don't like this" or "too expensive" rather than sharing offers/user experience etc. it's tantamount to trolling. Other people see the appeal of these products.

My post was "Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.". That sounds very much like a suggestion/alternative.

It's not like saying "too expensive" it's like saying "but there's a cheaper way of doing this if you go XYZ." Like someone posting on a deal that an alternative is available.

And for the record, yes you did. You said "If the deal isn't for you then move along, go and make a 7p espresso." - explicitly telling me that if I don't like the deal, leave.

May I suggest posting links to your alternative then, a deal for such a machine and the delightful 7p espresso if you thought they were worthwhile? Could possibly reference what coffee machines you have experience of and not enjoyed? The pods you had the displeasure of tasting? All of these would have added value to your post.

Posts like "I make my own" or "tasteless" without specifics just clog up threads unnecessarily. I understand your discussion point but it's not a conversation folk are likely to entertain on a thread for the very products you are criticising (vaguely). For the record, you could always have returned to the forum after your espresso, I didn't ask you to leave indefinitely.
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bma1445
TheVoice
bma1445
clammy
Just bought one of these at Argos for £39 and that was cheap so this is a very good price. It makes a lovely coffee too with the Costa pods!
Or you could buy a regular espresso machine and make your own coffee at a fraction of the price per cup.
There's at least one of your type in every Tassimo thread on this site. The sort of people who want one of these generally aren't bothered about 'price per cup' or making their own espresso. Is it really so hard to just leave people alone?
"At least one of my type"? Please elaborate. As for "leaving people alone" again, it's a discussion site. I could say follow your own advice as you had absolutely no need to attack me like that.

Don't be melodramatic, it wasn't an attack. Someone posted saying they'd bought one and were very happy with it, and you decided it pertinent to rather bluntly suggest they buy something else instead which you perceive to be better.

Every Tassimo thread I read on this site gets derailed by people who think they're too expensive to run, or produce poor coffee compared to an espresso machine or a cafetiere or a Nespresso or having your own coffee shop or whatever. Perhaps you didn't intend to come across that way but your initial tone suggested otherwise.

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