CremAroma 9751D Fully Automatic Bean to Cup Coffee Machine was £399 now £160 del @ M & S coming in / out of stock
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CremAroma 9751D Fully Automatic Bean to Cup Coffee Machine was £399 now £160 del @ M & S coming in / out of stock

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Found 18th Nov 2011
Excellent price for a bean to cup coffee machine was £399 now £160 del
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Has excellent reviews

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Whether you want to brew fresh coffee, aromatic espresso or creamy cappuccino, this fully automatic machine will impress you with its outstanding capabilities and, in particular, its keen intelligence.

Dimensions: H375 x W310 x D395mm
Power: 1550 W
Capacity: 1.5l (water with level indicator)
Settings: 4 different grinding settings, 5-position direct selection of coffee quantity, adjustable coffee temperature (5 levels)
Chamber: Variable programmable brewing chamber (5 - 15 g)
Horizontal Brewing Unt: Simple to remove for easy cleaning
Brewing System: Automatic pre-brewing system
Height-Adjustable Coffee Outlet: Height-adjustable coffee outlet for espresso or cappuccino cups and coffee mugs
Coffee-Bean Container: Removable air-tight and light-protected coffee-bean container (250 g) with automatic floor sealing and powder container for second type of coffee
Cup Storage Area: Cup storage area with drip tray and water level indicator - removable for easy cleaning
Thermoblock Pump System: With max 15 bar
Thermoblock Isolation: For energy saving
Cord: Cord storage
Automatic Switch-Off: Automatic switch-off times can be programmed for 1-5 hours after last use
Additional Features: High-quality hardened-steel conical grinding element with safety stone protection, automatic correction of coffee quantity for grinding, swivel steam spout with frothing function, fully automatic cleaning program runs before and after each use, water hardness can be selected, program-controlled intelligent menu guidance via an easily comprehensible graphic display, the program guides the user step by step through the cleaning and descaling program
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Good find, love bean to cup so much nicer than instant rubbish, and if like me you buy a cup in the morning mon-fri at £1.50 a go, this will pay for it self in no time.:p
ukmonkey

Good find, love bean to cup so much nicer than instant rubbish, and if … Good find, love bean to cup so much nicer than instant rubbish, and if like me you buy a cup in the morning mon-fri at £1.50 a go, this will pay for it self in no time.:p



There is nothing like the smell / taste of freshly ground bean coffee
That's a really decent price - quite tempted.

Looks like an unbranded WIK machine.



really tempted, any vouchers around?
nice one!
Amazon have the esam 4200 for £70 more...anyone know which is best? I can't seem to find much info on this one...
I love a bit of bean to cup
anyone find any info or reviews on this apart from the ones on m&s? Or any info on company / brand etc? Cant find anything.
Does this make a cappuccino automatically, or do you still need to use the frother thingy ?
Edited by: "deanos" 18th Nov 2011
my wife said, does it do the dishes?
I don't think I am allowed one but I would love one
deanos

Does this make a cappuccino automatically, or do you still need to use … Does this make a cappuccino automatically, or do you still need to use the frother thingy ?



frother thingy in the picture
yes but does anyone know if its a) any good b) any other info / review on it other than on M&s please?
Found it on another site for excess £400 -£450.
Hughsee

I don't think I am allowed one but I would love one


another wife!oO
Bookie

That's a really decent price - quite tempted.Looks like an unbranded WIK … That's a really decent price - quite tempted.Looks like an unbranded WIK machine.


Your right..
who are WIK
Geemac

frother thingy in the picture



Ahh dam, i want one like Mc Donalds use just press a button and it does absolutely everything
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Some of the best coffee I've had recently was from a commercial fully automatic bean to cup machine (to make things worse it was using Starbucks coffee beans) so in spite of my prejudices this looks a cracking good deal.
Edited by: "Dave-T" 18th Nov 2011
Just treated myself to a Gaggia espresso machine and now someone posts this.....grrrr! Still tempted though.
deanos

Ahh dam, i want one like Mc Donalds use just press a button and it does … Ahh dam, i want one like Mc Donalds use just press a button and it does absolutely everything




Could have got one if you were in London last August
Geemac

Could have got one if you were in London last August




eh?
Hughsee

eh?



think they mean the riots / looting oO
Hot, tempting, can somebody explain why this is better than the De'Longhi Magnifica ESAM4200:

amazon.co.uk/DeL…Z5E

The riots

Hughsee

eh?



The riots
Thank you, have always wanted a bean-to-cup machine at a sane price!
So so so tempted but just can't find any info about them. Spending £200 on something so unknown is a bit of a risk.

Fortune favours the brave though so I might just press the go button at some point tonight.
I wonder if this is a similar system M&S use in their Cafe.. my mum loves their coffee, this could sort out both the parents for Christmas.

Any advice for a non coffee drinker?
Does seem a decent price IF its any good.

However, knowing the delonghi 4200 IS good at just £69 more from amazon makes it a difficult call............
cant find any reviews makes me a tad worried, £199 is still a lot of cash

I've got the same dilemma. Have had my eye on the Delonghi 4200 all week. This WIK one looks plastic?? I prefer all metal.

BorisTheSpider

Does seem a decent price IF its any good.However, knowing the delonghi … Does seem a decent price IF its any good.However, knowing the delonghi 4200 IS good at just £69 more from amazon makes it a difficult call............


[quote=Saintledger]I wonder if this is a similar system M&S use in their Cafe.. my mum loves their coffee, this could sort out both the parents for Christmas.

The one in our cafe's is completely different to this.
Chirpybird

[quote=Saintledger]I wonder if this is a similar system M&S use in their … [quote=Saintledger]I wonder if this is a similar system M&S use in their Cafe.. my mum loves their coffee, this could sort out both the parents for Christmas.The one in our cafe's is completely different to this.



Cool thanks! still tempted though. It has to be good if the rrp is £400!! :P

But the quality of M&S stuff is usually good... So so tempted

Chirpybird

[quote=Saintledger]I wonder if this is a similar system M&S use in their … [quote=Saintledger]I wonder if this is a similar system M&S use in their Cafe.. my mum loves their coffee, this could sort out both the parents for Christmas.The one in our cafe's is completely different to this.



The one in the Cafe is £2000
Toxic Lemon

I've got the same dilemma. Have had my eye on the Delonghi 4200 all week. … I've got the same dilemma. Have had my eye on the Delonghi 4200 all week. This WIK one looks plastic?? I prefer all metal.



The delonghi is plastic also!
Hughsee

The one in the Cafe is £2000



Is that how much a good cup of coffee costs??!! :P Glad I'm a tea man

Does anyone now of Markies offer a 100% satisfied or your money back policy, how are they on returns?
Edited by: "Saintledger" 18th Nov 2011
katya1971

cant find any reviews makes me a tad worried, £199 is still a lot of cash



There's 2 short reviews on the M&S site. They don't help that much.
Fresh beans make the difference - not the cr4p you get in the supermarket.

Separate machine & grinder is a better option but £100 more (e.g. Gaggia Classic & Iberital grinder)
Thanks I went for one :-)
Edited by: "VKO" 18th Nov 2011
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