Delonghi Autentica ETAM29.510.B Bean to Cup Coffee Machine in Black £239.99 with code @ Co-op Electrical
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Delonghi Autentica ETAM29.510.B Bean to Cup Coffee Machine in Black £239.99 with code @ Co-op Electrical

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Found 1st Aug 2017Edited by:"JibbaCymru"
Been waiting for the bean to cup to drop IN price in Currys but came across this in coop electrical.

Create a smooth, creamy coffee whenever you wish with the stylish Autentica ETAM 29.510.B from De'Longhi, complete with 13 adjustable settings.

Use code ASF10
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ScroopEgerton: Also you should put in the title that this is typically £350+, so this is a VERY good price...

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HOT! This looks lovely, and I don't need it, but....

Also I automatically vote hot for non-pod coffee machine deals. Down with pods!
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This looks like a good price! Any idea if the milk tank can be added to this to make a one touch?
Many Thanks.
I don't think so. Just use the steam wand and a jug. Can't be that far from the fridge!
HOT! This looks lovely, and I don't need it, but....

Also I automatically vote hot for non-pod coffee machine deals. Down with pods!
Also you should put in the title that this is typically £350+, so this is a VERY good price...
The coupon code you entered is invalid?! Code expired yesterday?
Edited by: "texaspetey" 1st Aug 2017
JibbaCymru27 m ago

I don't think so. Just use the steam wand and a jug. Can't be that far …I don't think so. Just use the steam wand and a jug. Can't be that far from the fridge!


The milk attachment allows for one touch lattes and cappuccinos- Comes in handy when you are making several at once. I already have a Delonghi bean to cup but want to upgrade it!
Amended to remove code. Sorry didnt realise as ordered mine late last night. Still a good price.
Just added ASF10
ASF10 works for £10 off
Thanks op. This should be unexpired.
Also 1 or 2% (£4.80) off with TopCashback when using voucher code which may pay out.
Edited by: "texaspetey" 1st Aug 2017
ScroopEgerton11 h, 17 m ago

Also you should put in the title that this is typically £350+, so this is …Also you should put in the title that this is typically £350+, so this is a VERY good price...


Or not.. see if I care...
So many things have started going wrong with my 3yo gaggia classic, and I always end up having to make lattes for a lot of people. This would seem to be just what I need. Bean to cup machines usually cost a lot more than this as well. But we also have our daughter's wedding (our real daughter, not the early 80s band which had a minor hit with "Lawnchairs") at the end of this month. This definitely needs to be run by the wife first. Great spot OP.
Wish I liked coffee, love my kitchen gadgets.
FYI there's some interesting Amazon warehouse units on amazon.de like this Philips HD8831 for 190 euros...
amazon.de/gp/…sed
I have purchased three bean to cup machines in the last year or so from the warehouse, all have been indistinguishable from new, YMMV.
I bought this to replace a Gaggia Classic having always been very anti-bean to cup, but can highly recommend. I love the convenience of this machine and with the right beans it makes great espresso once you get the settings right.
I had a similar one - the problem is that even after using water softner and cleaning it just stopped producing really nice coffee ... couldn't find anywhere to service it either

Sticking with a Bialetti moka maker
Macdory30 m ago

I had a similar one - the problem is that even after using water softner …I had a similar one - the problem is that even after using water softner and cleaning it just stopped producing really nice coffee ... couldn't find anywhere to service it eitherSticking with a Bialetti moka maker


Our Gaggia Brera is now 4.5 years old though stopped 'asking' for descale after 18 months or so (living in Scotland helps). It produces a consistent shot time and again though I have replaced the pump and steam selector (around £55 for both) using readily available parts and information.
damadgeruk56 m ago

FYI there's some interesting Amazon warehouse units on amazon.de like this …FYI there's some interesting Amazon warehouse units on amazon.de like this Philips HD8831 for 190 euros...https://www.amazon.de/gp/offer-listing/B00WT83TPO/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=usedI have purchased three bean to cup machines in the last year or so from the warehouse, all have been indistinguishable from new, YMMV.


Was it sealed and boxed too?
Or is this the difference?
peanuted9 m ago

Was it sealed and boxed too? Or is this the difference?


All were in original box with original packaging, not always the case. Warehouse items are usually customer returns, sometimes untouched, sometimes well used(apparently - though I have had no issues) though typically with full warranty.
I have this one, got it for £270 and I dont even use the milk wand lol,pure espressos and americanos for me

Brilliant machine after having tassimo, nespresso and aeropress
I've been using the digital display version of this machine since Christmas without an issue. Clean, easy and best of all delicious. I recommend using the Lavazza Crema e Aroma bean with it (after extensive reseach). As easy as instant coffee but 100 times tastier.
I went ahead and bought it using PayPal 0% credit. Quidco is 2% (if it pays out after using a discount code), so £62pm x 4 won't break the bank. Although we've 2 trips to the US coming up in early September and December as well.

So about my gagging classic. A couple of the problems it has developed are pretty well documented. The first is a build up of limescale in the steam valve. This doesn't get properly cleaned out during the descaling process. Through time, it starts to leak when pressurised; ie when it's producing steam. So when steaming milk, it leaks water and steam from the valve, losing steam to the nozzle pretty quickly. The only remedies are to either replace the valve, or grind the collar of the valve down to allow the valve screw pin to be removed and descaled. This has its own problems, as the pin will continue to turn as the valve opens, and can result in a very nasty scalding.

The other problem is, the steam knob has cracked at the steam pin socket, making it impossible to fully close the valve tight. These cost over £30 for a replacement. So does it make economic sense to repair the classic when something like this bean to cup model is so affordable? I really don't think so.
Edited by: "mickrick" 2nd Aug 2017
Also wanted something similar for ages, can't turn this deal down I don't think. I logged in and had nearly £14 in membership rewards, plus another £2.60 Quidco, so it'll be just over £220 for me.
In fact, just bought it lol, could be dead tomorrow, thanks OP.
Just ordered 4. Livingroom, bedroom, kitchen and office. Thanks
I bought this last year when it was on offer and I can honestly say its amazing. I use it multiple times every day. The coffee is so good, I have even started roasting my own green beans. You won't regret buying it.

The milk froth wand is very easy to use (I don't use it as I like my coffee black) but its very simple to use and makes a great latte. As a small tip Ikea sell a perfectly sized small metal jug.
Wow it's a big machine!
ScroopEgerton19 h, 23 m ago

Or not.. see if I care...


Added the info in the post for you, can't amend the title unfortunately.
cocogumbo20 m ago

Added the info in the post for you, can't amend the title unfortunately.


Thanks! It was just advice to the OP really, It would have gone hot much sooner and gone higher, I think.
damadgeruk19 h, 7 m ago

FYI there's some interesting Amazon warehouse units on amazon.de like this …FYI there's some interesting Amazon warehouse units on amazon.de like this Philips HD8831 for 190 euros...https://www.amazon.de/gp/offer-listing/B00WT83TPO/ref=dp_olp_used?ie=UTF8&condition=usedI have purchased three bean to cup machines in the last year or so from the warehouse, all have been indistinguishable from new, YMMV.

Three? Haha that's a proper coffee addiction.
luvsadeal18 m ago

Three? Haha that's a proper coffee addiction.


All purchased while my Gaggia Brera was unwell, now have one at parents for me when I visit, one at wife's work (serving her addiction) and one in the loft(really should sell it). Addiction, yep, can't recall the last time I drank instant, we take one when camping too.
Darn, out of stock already!
OOS
great machines, ive had many variants, all great. remember though to clean the portafilter unit as per the youtube videos and lube it every year. it also gets mouldy if you dont take it out so keep on top of it.
doh! checked with the mrs, put the baby down and now its OOS
Out of stock!!! :-(
and i needed coffee to get me going.
Managed to get a confirmation from john lewis earlier that they'd price match so going to order from there. £250 plus £10 for an extra 2 years warranty (so 4 in total)
ScroopEgerton1st Aug

HOT! This looks lovely, and I don't need it, but....Also I automatically …HOT! This looks lovely, and I don't need it, but....Also I automatically vote hot for non-pod coffee machine deals. Down with pods!



Not seen one for £350 but cheapest I could see was £440 on Amazon, but I ain't looked everywhere.
Had mine delivered this morning, been for some cheap Aldi beans, absolutely brilliant. I can see me having a caffeine addiction very soon.
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