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BREVILLE One-Touch VCF109 Coffee Machine - Graphite Grey & Rose Gold £149 at Currys PC World (Collect in store only)
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BREVILLE One-Touch VCF109 Coffee Machine - Graphite Grey & Rose Gold £149 at Currys PC World (Collect in store only)

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BREVILLE One-Touch VCF109 Coffee Machine - Graphite Grey & Rose Gold

Compatible with ground coffee & pod coffee

Milk frother

Tank capacity: 1.4 litres

19-bar pressure

Auto shut-off


Top features:

- Create quality coffee with one touch

- Three different coffee settings turn your kitchen into a cafe

- Easy to clean and look after

The Breville One-Touch VCF109 Coffee Machine is part of the Breville Curve toaster and kettle range - bring elegance and style to your kitchen with characterful matching appliances.

Create quality coffee with one touch

Start each day with rich, freshly made coffee thanks to the Breville One-Touch VCF109 Coffee Machine. Using both ground coffee and ESE pods, get set for the day in the comfort of your home with its simple one touch operation. Two cup sizes mean you can opt for a larger drink if you need a bigger boost, while the 19-bar pressure delivers quality espresso with a rich crema.

Three different coffee settings

You're not stuck with one boring option when you use the Breville One-Touch VCF109. Choose from Espresso, Cappuccino & Latte settings and become your home's resident barista. There's even an automatic milk frother for creating that delicious foamy top for cappuccinos and lattes. For added convenience, the milk tank can be stored in your fridge door when not in use, so you can enjoy chilled milk straight away when you're ready for your next drink.

Easy to clean

When it comes to looking after your VCF109 a one-touch cleaning cycle does all the hard work. It's also got a removable drip tray to help keep your kitchen tidy.

Designed to compliment the Breville Curve range, the coffee machine is an ideal addition to any kitchen.
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20 Comments
I’ve got this highly really recommended
Not bean to cup so don't bother
I've tried instant coffee, filter coffee (aero maker), tassimo pod machine, but in the end I settled with my delonghi bean to cup machine. The initial cost is high but the price per cup is cheaper than pods and it tastes the best by far, also the only waste is coffee grounds.
Haz_1918/11/2019 13:02

I've tried instant coffee, filter coffee (aero maker), tassimo pod …I've tried instant coffee, filter coffee (aero maker), tassimo pod machine, but in the end I settled with my delonghi bean to cup machine. The initial cost is high but the price per cup is cheaper than pods and it tastes the best by far, also the only waste is coffee grounds.


do you have a link for 1?
Some of the reviews seem to mention expensive filters that need changing is this the case?
Jdotr24718/11/2019 13:03

do you have a link for 1?


This is the one I have Coffee Machine, but I got it for £250 on sale from currys last year.
Edited by: "Haz_19" 18th Nov 2019
Haz_1918/11/2019 13:07

This is the one I have Coffee Machine, but I got it for £250 on sale from …This is the one I have Coffee Machine, but I got it for £250 on sale from currys last year.


link seems to be invalid
Haz_1918/11/2019 13:10

https://www.amazon.co.uk/DeLonghi-Autentica-ETAM-29-510-B-Black/dp/B00LPG2LLY/ref=asc_df_B00LPG2LLY/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=231929076624&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=17169230415400985900&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=m&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1006886&hvtargid=pla-420946769682&psc=1&th=1&psc=1


thanks
Haz_1918/11/2019 13:02

I've tried instant coffee, filter coffee (aero maker), tassimo pod …I've tried instant coffee, filter coffee (aero maker), tassimo pod machine, but in the end I settled with my delonghi bean to cup machine. The initial cost is high but the price per cup is cheaper than pods and it tastes the best by far, also the only waste is coffee grounds.


The coffee grounds are excellent for the garden, and if you have neighbours with a lot of cats will humanly & cheaply ensure they no longer use your garden as a toilet.

They dont like the bitter taste of the coffee when they lick their paws.

Costa will happily give you their used grounds at closing time.

We spent thousands on gadgets to keep cats out of our garden, then discovered coffee grounds for free.
extonjoe18/11/2019 11:27

Not bean to cup so don't bother


I might be wrong, but surely all you are missing is the burr coffee grinder, which costs £30-40 for decent one. Then you've saved yourself £150-200
MIDURIX18/11/2019 15:31

I might be wrong, but surely all you are missing is the burr coffee …I might be wrong, but surely all you are missing is the burr coffee grinder, which costs £30-40 for decent one. Then you've saved yourself £150-200


I have also tried grinding beans then using the aeropress but it's just slightly too much hassle after a while. I prefer to push a button and let the machine grind the exact amount of beans to the exact grind setting every time. Just add beans twice a month and water once a week.
BingoBertie18/11/2019 13:32

The coffee grounds are excellent for the garden, and if you have …The coffee grounds are excellent for the garden, and if you have neighbours with a lot of cats will humanly & cheaply ensure they no longer use your garden as a toilet.They dont like the bitter taste of the coffee when they lick their paws.Costa will happily give you their used grounds at closing time.We spent thousands on gadgets to keep cats out of our garden, then discovered coffee grounds for free.


Funny you say that because I do throw the grounds into my soil patch in the garden and it has reduced the amount of cats that pay a visit to do their business.
I have this machine and use a £40 grinder. £10 for 2 kilo of beans from amazon.Make coffes that taste Better than costa and starbucks in my opinion.
Haz_1918/11/2019 13:02

I've tried instant coffee, filter coffee (aero maker), tassimo pod …I've tried instant coffee, filter coffee (aero maker), tassimo pod machine, but in the end I settled with my delonghi bean to cup machine. The initial cost is high but the price per cup is cheaper than pods and it tastes the best by far, also the only waste is coffee grounds.



I went this way, but the machines break down mainly because they have enormous tamp pressure. I bought a commercial type machine and a professional grinder, and the difference is another level.
Having said that it took at least a month to learn how to do it properly and that's with the help of people who do it for a living!
Can this make other drinks such as hot chocolate and tea?
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