Breville Coffee Express personal coffee machine rrp £36.98 now £17.99 delivered @ Groupon
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Breville Coffee Express personal coffee machine rrp £36.98 now £17.99 delivered @ Groupon

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Found 23rd Nov
I'm sick of hearing the other half moaning about having to drink rubbish coffee at work and I've tried getting him all the expensive brands instant coffee and he still says it's rubbish and nowhere near the taste of the coffee we have at home so I've got him this for his birthday.

Its a personal filter coffee machine that makes 500ml of decent coffee in under 5 minutes just fill it with water and ground coffee and leave it to do its job. Comes with insulated mug with safety top too and all the components can be bunged in the dishwasher. I've looked at loads of reviews and they are all good so hoping I'm onto a winner with it. It's £16 with £1.99 delivery so £17.99 delivered.

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I love mine, it makes a great cup of coffee for one!
The flask is leaky and rubbish though so I just put a mug under it or use a different flask

Also quite a lot of poor reviews.

Proven reliable, simple and cheaper alternatives are a french press or pour over coffee maker.

Cheers Op, ordered...

Having a look around it's about its money, but happy with my purchase, cheers..

got one delivered yesterday from amazon when it went to £18.99 , first cup was great - second cup tasted of plastic, todays first cup was very weak and the 2nd the lip popped up !! , i hope this helps some folk . as i was using the aeropress before this but i wanted a lazy method. i may have to dig it back out
Edited by: "Brydos21" 23rd Nov

Got this last year for someone, don't know how they got on with it but I've heard using a paper filters works better for a more consistent taste.

Brydos211 h, 59 m ago

got one delivered yesterday from amazon when it went to £18.99 , first cup …got one delivered yesterday from amazon when it went to £18.99 , first cup was great - second cup tasted of plastic, todays first cup was very weak and the 2nd the lip popped up !! , i hope this helps some folk . as i was using the aeropress before this but i wanted a lazy method. i may have to dig it back out


This echoes the reviews that I looked at. I'm an enthusiastic aeropress user, which as you say takes a little more effort, but you are creating a far superior coffee.

Did anyone tried this with a Hive plug or a timer plug? e.g. if put the plug to turn power ON at 8:00am, will it start working without me pressing anything?

Try the aeropress it really is fab and you can get a really fab cup of coffee much quicker than anything else I know, wires or batteries it's really worth the money.

*no wires or batteries

ariesxl = yes it works with my tp - link wifi plug and echo , i just ensure the small on switch is pressed , you can hear the click

spanglish03 = the aerorpress is like a large syringe without the needle end ( filter goes at this side) its an amazing piece of kit,, and IMHO the best coffee maker out there for a manual system.
Edited by: "Brydos21" 24th Nov

The Gadget show once tested 3 expensive coffee machines alongside an Aeropress - Aeropress won!

Excellent piece of kit once you buy a permanent filter.
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