Bosch Tas1202GB Tassimo Vivy 0.7L Hot Drinks & Coffee Machine  REFURBISHED WITH A 12 MONTH TESCO OUTLET WARRANTY - £25.00 @ Tesco Ebay Outlet
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Bosch Tas1202GB Tassimo Vivy 0.7L Hot Drinks & Coffee Machine REFURBISHED WITH A 12 MONTH TESCO OUTLET WARRANTY - £25.00 @ Tesco Ebay Outlet

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Found 18th Jul 2015
Compact space-saving design
Barcode technology ensures the optimum drink every time
Simple and easy to use one button operation
Energy efficient flow heater technology heats only the water required
Over 35 different varieties including espresso, latte, cappuccino, teas, hot chocolate

Pre-owned product in good condition
Comprehensively tested and fully working
Complete with all necessary accessories unless specified in the listing
Has minor cosmetic marks or scuffs and show signs of use
12 month Tesco Outlet warranty

32 Comments

Personally not comfortable with pre-owned food or drink preparation devices. I'm surprised it isn't more heavily discounted.

ludwig352

Personally not comfortable with pre-owned food or drink preparation … Personally not comfortable with pre-owned food or drink preparation devices. I'm surprised it isn't more heavily discounted.


I agree, someone's used this and for whatever reason decided to return it for a refund, Yuc!

Edited by: "paulandpam1" 19th Jul 2015

paulandpam1

I agree, someone's used this and for whatever reason decided to return it … I agree, someone's used this and for whatever reason decided to return it for a refund, Yuc!



Many are unused returns. Tesco has definitely cleaned them properly, and in the worst case has a return policy, even for this.
These pod machines are also designed to be sealed, and just pump water through the pod.

You can't find a more sanitary food prep device to buy refurb.

tesco ebay outlet is amazing. I had a bad experience as a buyer, left negative feedback(first time in many hundreds of ebay transactions) , and was offered a free DAB radio to remove the feedback. hmm............

poor price considering you get a free 20.00 voucher connected to a new machine... no way of confirming if the previous owner nicked the code or sold it on... or am i being far too cyncial?

Original Poster

Just made my own home made cappuccino

This is how it's done -

1. First thing you need to do is froth the milk, and to do this you need to shake the milk hard for a minute in a sealed jar or container (used my protein shaker). 2. Pour the milk into a mug and hot in the microwave until the foam rises. 3. Boil hot water and add 2 spoons of coffee granules to boiling water. 4. Remove milk from the microwave and pour into a clear glass (I used a latte style glass). 5. Pour hot coffee into the centre of latte glass of milk.

Not too hard is it? or I could just save time and buy myself a coffee machine (_;)

http://i58.tinypic.com/s4upop.jpg


Edited by: "Hiptobesquare" 19th Jul 2015

should i get this? is it worth it

Original Poster

mrspydey

should i get this? is it worth it



I think it has been on offer brand new a few months back for £35, but most places are selling it now for around £45. It's cheap, but then again it's preowned.

DEALofaLifetime

Just made my own home made cappuccino :3This is how it's done -1. First … Just made my own home made cappuccino :3This is how it's done -1. First thing you need to do is froth the milk, and to do this you need to shake the milk hard for a minute in a sealed jar or container (used my protein shaker). 2. Pour the milk into a mug and hot in the microwave until the foam rises. 3. Boil hot water and add 2 spoons of coffee granules to boiling water. 4. Remove milk from the microwave and pour into a clear glass (I used a latte style glass). 5. Pour hot coffee into the centre of latte glass of milk.Not too hard is it? or I could just save time and buy myself a coffee machine (_;)



Too much effort. Lol

DEALofaLifetime

Just made my own home made cappuccino :3This is how it's done -1. First … Just made my own home made cappuccino :3This is how it's done -1. First thing you need to do is froth the milk, and to do this you need to shake the milk hard for a minute in a sealed jar or container (used my protein shaker). 2. Pour the milk into a mug and hot in the microwave until the foam rises. 3. Boil hot water and add 2 spoons of coffee granules to boiling water. 4. Remove milk from the microwave and pour into a clear glass (I used a latte style glass). 5. Pour hot coffee into the centre of latte glass of milk.Not too hard is it? or I could just save time and buy myself a coffee machine (_;)



Your photo is confusing the heck out of me. How far back from the front of your worktop is your sink?! Could you provide an aerial photo and/or top down plan of your kitchen so that my mind can make sense of that photo?

I wouldn't have a problem with a refurbished Tassimo. These Vivy machines are really nice. The water capacity is low compared to other models so you only get a couple of drinks out of them before refilling but I don't mind that at all and the more compact size means its not as over-powering on the worktop compared to the T40. Also its a really attractive design I think. I bought a Vivy to replace a T40.

marineville

poor price considering you get a free 20.00 voucher connected to a new … poor price considering you get a free 20.00 voucher connected to a new machine... no way of confirming if the previous owner nicked the code or sold it on... or am i being far too cyncial?




T&C from tesco listing..
Complete with all necessary accessories unless specified in the listing.

Could one not argue that all tassimos come with the voucher "accessory" and if it is missing ask for a £20 refund to replace it?
Edited by: "elephantsoup1" 19th Jul 2015

The text on the box is a bit misleading it's not a £20.00 voucher, it's £20.00 off your first orders on the Tassimo website. I never used mine, and I don't think that anyone on here (with an eye for a bargain!) would bother either.

When you register the machine, you get a £10 voucher, which has to be spent on the full price T-Discs on the Tassimo web store. Once you've used that one, they send you another one. I'm pretty sure I remember a minimum order level as well, and you have to pay for shipping too (which is about £5.00-ish). All in all, it's cheaper to pick up your discs from the supermarket, and stock up when they have special prices on :-)

£3 in Tesco at the moment for the pods

johnraggett

£3 in Tesco at the moment for the pods



it's 3 quid for the ordinary ones and the deals for things like the columbian... the lattes and caramel lattes are infinitely more than this wherever you look...

paulandpam1

I agree, someone's used this and for whatever reason decided to return it … I agree, someone's used this and for whatever reason decided to return it for a refund, Yuc!



Do you ever eat in restaurants, use hotels or eat preprepared food from a store like Greggs? I'm pretty sure they don't use new devices every time they provide customers with food, at least with this you get to check it's clean youself.

Just a heads up for anyone who lives in Worcester, you can get a brand new Tassimo Fidelia (in black) or Tassimo Charmy (in red), both for £29.99, from Thompsons Discount Electrical (in the city centre, opposite Poundland). I didn't think it was worth making a new thread deal for this as it's a localised shop / deal.
Edited by: "davidharmer71" 19th Jul 2015

DEALofaLifetime

I think it has been on offer brand new a few months back for £35, but … I think it has been on offer brand new a few months back for £35, but most places are selling it now for around £45. It's cheap, but then again it's preowned.


agreed.. wont go for this

DEALofaLifetime

Just made my own home made cappuccino This is how it's done -1. First … Just made my own home made cappuccino This is how it's done -1. First thing you need to do is froth the milk, and to do this you need to shake the milk hard for a minute in a sealed jar or container (used my protein shaker). 2. Pour the milk into a mug and hot in the microwave until the foam rises. 3. Boil hot water and add 2 spoons of coffee granules to boiling water. 4. Remove milk from the microwave and pour into a clear glass (I used a latte style glass). 5. Pour hot coffee into the centre of latte glass of milk.Not too hard is it? or I could just save time and buy myself a coffee machine (_;)



love you for doing this

i do it too atm

all gone

Thanks OP mum's been after one for a while. OOS now but managed to get one before they ran out!

Anyone looking to jump onto the Tassimo bandwagon, consider holding out. Got a superior machine for £35 new & there are good deals on them every couple of months.

I'm still looking at the photo and where the sink is situated in the worktop.
Why is it way back there isn't it difficult to do the dishes or are you like a giant and it makes it more comfortable bending over it?

Original Poster

Giant? Haha!! X) I can't even call myself 5 ft 8 with a straight face. That's me sat on the worktop

http://i62.tinypic.com/o92slw.jpg

DEALofaLifetime

Giant? Haha!! X) I can't even call myself 5 ft 8 with a straight face. … Giant? Haha!! X) I can't even call myself 5 ft 8 with a straight face. That's me sat on the worktop :(;)


Ahhhh! It all makes sense now!!

DEALofaLifetime

Just made my own home made cappuccino This is how it's done -1. First … Just made my own home made cappuccino This is how it's done -1. First thing you need to do is froth the milk, and to do this you need to shake the milk hard for a minute in a sealed jar or container (used my protein shaker). 2. Pour the milk into a mug and hot in the microwave until the foam rises. 3. Boil hot water and add 2 spoons of coffee granules to boiling water. 4. Remove milk from the microwave and pour into a clear glass (I used a latte style glass). 5. Pour hot coffee into the centre of latte glass of milk.Not too hard is it? or I could just save time and buy myself a coffee machine (_;)



Minus 1000 points for making a "cappuccino" in a latte glass.

ludwig352

Your photo is confusing the heck out of me. How far back from the front … Your photo is confusing the heck out of me. How far back from the front of your worktop is your sink?! Could you provide an aerial photo and/or top down plan of your kitchen so that my mind can make sense of that photo?



​+1, my mind was at ease until I read this guys comment, now I'm confused aswell. Please provide that pic, I wanna go to sleep with an untroubled mind.

tarryboy

​+1, my mind was at ease until I read this guys comment, now I'm confused … ​+1, my mind was at ease until I read this guys comment, now I'm confused aswell. Please provide that pic, I wanna go to sleep with an untroubled mind.



​Sorry, just saw that have provided a pic. Now I'm going to bed.

DEALofaLifetime, that beaker looks the right size for you sitting on the worktop there
How on Earth did you drink from the latte glass though.... Surely too big!?!

Original Poster

Firefly1

DEALofaLifetime, that beaker looks the right size for you sitting on the … DEALofaLifetime, that beaker looks the right size for you sitting on the worktop there ;)How on Earth did you drink from the latte glass though.... Surely too big!?!



I used a special straw

That's so nice of you to provide another photo to clarify the position of your sink and worktop as someone previously has stated 'I understand now'. Although I was hoping for an unusual reply stating why the sink was installed thusly and in a small way disappointed but grateful

'special straw' ... hahaha!!
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