ASDA Stove Top Coffee Maker £5 @ ASDA Instore & Online
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ASDA Stove Top Coffee Maker £5 @ ASDA Instore & Online

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Found 6th Feb 2012
Really simple way to make coffee. Makes enough for 2 people easily, or you can make it stronger and dilute. Why spend £100's on a fancy espresso maker when you can buy one of these?

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SuperEd

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good price for a 6 cup.

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goonertillidie

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Must have pressed enter and posted before it was ready! Have finished adding the info now.

good price alhough its not a Bialetti.

Bialetti are the best manufactuere and inventor of these and spare parts are easy to get. Will last you forever.

Check Amazon they regularly have 6 cup Bialetti for £10 delivered

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dodgymix

good price alhough its not a Bialetti.Bialetti are the best manufactuere … good price alhough its not a Bialetti.Bialetti are the best manufactuere and inventor of these and spare parts are easy to get. Will last you forever.Check Amazon they regularly have 6 cup Bialetti for £10 delivered


I think this one is probably made by Apollo. The one I have posted here seems virtually identical to another larger Apollo one that I have.

yummy.. coffee as it should be

can these be used on a ceramic hob?

Even though its not a Bialetti..... its a good price for the 6 cup moka pot.
The Bialetti is well overpriced anyway and you're mostly paying for the name. I had a genuine one and the handle broke..... so i just buy the copies now.

keithcrewe

can these be used on a ceramic hob?



Yes... although you waste a lot of electric. Better used on a small gas ring.

Biker Jeff

Even though its not a Bialetti..... its a good price for the 6 cup moka … Even though its not a Bialetti..... its a good price for the 6 cup moka pot.The Bialetti is well overpriced anyway and you're mostly paying for the name. I had a genuine one and the handle broke..... so i just buy the copies now.



Just buy a new handle for a couple of quid.

I'm not a brand snob, but the Bialetti are usually much better quality than the cheaper ones and worth paying more for if you use them a lot. I've got rental properties in Italy with 3 and 6 cup stove tops in and have now stuck to buying Bialetti after others broke so quick.

Heat added though for decent price.
Edited by: "vaugi" 6th Feb 2012

vaugi

Just buy a new handle for a couple of quid. I'm not a brand snob, but … Just buy a new handle for a couple of quid. I'm not a brand snob, but the Bialetti are usually much better quality than the cheaper ones and worth paying more for if you use them a lot. I've got rental properties in Italy with 3 and 6 cup stove tops in and have now stuck to buying Bialetti after others broke so quick.



The handle costs more than buying a Bialetti copy moka pot.... about £6 plus delivery
I bought the 3 cup and the 6 cup copies from TK Max..... and they're exactly the same as the Bialetti i had, the coffee tastes exactly the same, and the aluminium is the same thickness, they even come with a spare seal.

Biker Jeff

The handle costs more than buying a Bialetti copy moka pot.... about £6 … The handle costs more than buying a Bialetti copy moka pot.... about £6 plus deliveryI bought the 3 cup and the 6 cup copies from TK Max..... and they're exactly the same as the Bialetti i had, the coffee tastes exactly the same, and the aluminium is the same thickness, they even come with a spare seal.



Just looked, didn't expect the parts to be as expensive oO must be used to italian prices, only a couple of euro there.

Fair enough if you're happy with yours from TKMaxx, I'm not sure this one from Asda will be the same thickness and quality, but you never know.

vaugi

Just looked, didn't expect the parts to be as expensive oO must be used … Just looked, didn't expect the parts to be as expensive oO must be used to italian prices, only a couple of euro there. Fair enough if you're happy with yours from TKMaxx, I'm not sure this one from Asda will be the same thickness and quality, but you never know.



Have to admit i've no idea what the quality is like on this Asda one...... buty if its anything like the TK Max ones then its well worth buying
All the Bialetti spares are total rip off here in the UK...... but their seals will fit the TK Max copies, and i would assume they will fit this Asda moka pot as well. The seal being the main thing that usually needs regular replacement.

Anyone know where to get an Bialetti brikka 4 cup from UK supplier?? cheapest price please!

Thanks

square88

Anyone know where to get an Bialetti brikka 4 cup from UK supplier?? … Anyone know where to get an Bialetti brikka 4 cup from UK supplier?? cheapest price please!Thanks



Yes..... Here

Biker Jeff

Yes..... Here



GREAT found it!!!

never thought I would off found it without your link!

What a CHAMP

Thanks Jeff............

Biker Jeff

Yes... although you waste a lot of electric. Better used on a small gas … Yes... although you waste a lot of electric. Better used on a small gas ring.



These type of makers are great, I bought one from Markus Coffee. It was however more expensive than yours, but was a Bialetti. Would be interesting to see if anyone has compared using a bialetti to a non-branded make so to speak. I cant imagine there would be much difference.

Banned

i argee this is a great coffee maker, at least you have real rich coffee and not a instant disgusting liquid. I would go for Bialetti though, they are really good, you can feel a difference in taste.
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