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DeLonghi Coffee Grinder £22.50 + free delivery @ Debenhams (using codes)
DeLonghi Coffee Grinder £22.50 + free delivery @ Debenhams (using codes)

DeLonghi Coffee Grinder £22.50 + free delivery @ Debenhams (using codes)

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The product is already discounted down to £25.00 on the Debenhams website (from £28.00) and I managed to picked this up today for £22.50 using the code P8FP for 10% off and SHD1 for free delivery. £27 (or thereabouts) is the lowest price I can find this product on for elsewhere.

This coffee grinder comes complete with a grind setting, allowing you to choose the perfect grind setting from coarse, medium or fine. Details:

Grind settings indicated by 3 lights
Stainless steel grinding blades are long lasting and durable
Bean container capacity: 90g
Cup selector
Self-contained cord storage
Transparent and removable bean collector
Plastic body
Integrated cleaning brush
Rubber feet for the unit to stay in place
HWD: 22 x 13 x 11cm

Excellent product reviews too!

I can recommend hasbean.co.uk for an excellent selection of freshly roasted coffee beans.

3 Comments

I have a delonghi grinder - possibly the older model of this - paid about £20 for it a year or so ago - does the job but one thing to watch is the grind settings - they are based purely on time the grinder is on and not on the grain itself - so you are better off checking once it begins lighting up and not waiting for the full 3 lights as often depending on if I have not put enough beans in - it will overgrind and then its a pain in my Gaggia...

Good and reliable though compared to one I bought from whitards (cant remember the actual brand) that burst into flames within a week....I wouldn't have complained if I had been grinding diamonds....

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I have a delonghi grinder - possibly the older model of this - paid about … I have a delonghi grinder - possibly the older model of this - paid about £20 for it a year or so ago - does the job but one thing to watch is the grind settings - they are based purely on time the grinder is on and not on the grain itself - so you are better off checking once it begins lighting up and not waiting for the full 3 lights as often depending on if I have not put enough beans in - it will overgrind and then its a pain in my Gaggia...Good and reliable though compared to one I bought from whitards (cant remember the actual brand) that burst into flames within a week....I wouldn't have complained if I had been grinding diamonds....



Thanks for the advice :thumbsup:

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