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De'Longhi Dinamica ECAM350.50.B Bean to Cup Coffee Machine with One Touch, Automatic Milk & Clean - £303 Delivered (UK Mainalnd) @ AO

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Product Overview
Get breakfast going with this De’Longhi bean to cup coffee machine. It makes 2 cups in one go, so you can brew up for your and your other half – or if they’re still asleep, you can enjoy a second round yourself. Love trying out new blends? It works with coffee beans, meaning you get to enjoy lots of different flavours. You can even customise the flavour with the Aroma Control, which adjusts the brewing cycle to get it just the way you like. Every sip will always taste great too, as the water temperature is automatically controlled to protect those delicious tastes. It even comes with a an Auto Clean function to keep everything running smoothly – no need to take everything apart. Bonus.

Key Features
  • Compatible with coffee beans
  • Optimum extraction creates an aromatic drink every time
  • Perfect water temperature preserves flavour of the bean
  • Makes two aromatic cups of coffee at the same time
  • Cleaning function keeps your machine in great condition

Dimensions (cm): (H)34.8 x (W)23.6 x (D)42.9
Bar Pressure: 15 bar
Power: 1450 Watt
Manufacturer Warranty: 2 Year
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Model Number: ECAM350.50.B_BK
Official De'Longhi webpage (£449): delonghi.com/en-…X:4

( Thanks to tmd747: the code FANCY5 takes the total down to £287.85 on the AO ebay link )

With the cheapest delivery option applied (£4 - within 3 working days / UK Mainland), the total is £303:
4099508_1.jpgAroma Control Yes
Bar Pressure 15 bar
Compatible Coffee Type Coffee Beans
Control Type Buttons, Rotary
Cup Capacity 2
Heating System Thermoblock
Milk Frother Yes
Milk System Yes
1450 Watt
Removable Water Tank Yes
Two Cups At Same Time Yes
Variable Temperature Yes
Water Tank Capacity
1.8 Litres
Depth Including Packaging 51 cm
Height Including Packaging 50 cm
Width Including Packaging
30 cm
Adjustable Coffee Strength Yes
Active Temperature Control Yes
Built-in Grinder Yes
LatteCrema System Yes
Non Drip Yes
Removable Drip Tray
Auto Clean Yes
Brand De'Longhi
Category Bean to Cup Coffee Machines
Colour Black
Country Of Origin Romania
Dimensions (H)34.8 x (W)23.6 x (D)42.9
Weight 11.9 Kg
Weight With Packaging
12.5 Kg
Manufacturer Warranty
2 Year
Cappuccino Yes
Coffee Yes
Espresso Yes
Hot Water Yes
Latte Macchiato
Yes4099508_1.jpg4099508_1.jpg4099508_1.jpg4099508_1.jpg4099508_1.jpg4099508_1.jpg£449 Coffee Friend coffeefriend.co.uk/p/c…-b/

Coffeeness dot de review this model (in June 2022): coffeeness.de/en/…ew/4099508_1.jpg4099508_1.jpg4099508_1.jpgSome AO customers' reviews (really could do with paragraphs, the longer ones are a nightmare to read!)4099508_1.jpg4099508_1.jpg4099508_1.jpgDe'Longhi have a helpful Dinamica ECAM 350.50.B Youtube playlist, with unboxing, maintenance, how to use etc videos: click here
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  1. tmd747's avatar
    Even cheaper through ebay for me.. Using code: 'FANCY5' 5% off for a total of £287.85
    sashforth's avatar
    Well spotted. That is a bonkers cheap price for such a capable machine.

    Personally I would always stick to the more basic machines like the ESAM4200 because I didn't get on with the built-in milk carafe system. We prefer the Aeroccino that came with our Nespresso. However if you want to try the fully automatic set up then you won't currently get better value than that.
  2. aronpeter's avatar
    Im not interested in the milk bit, would you recommend this just to use for Espressos /Americanos? Or should I look elsewhere?
    sashforth's avatar
    If you aren't interested in the milk carafe then I would try to get a decent deal on something like the ESAM4200 or the ESAM2800. Both make the coffee in much the same way as this but both come with a manual milk frother rather than the carafe. If you time it right you can get a refurb from the Delonghi outlet site on eBay for between £140 and £170 when one of the frequent eBay discount code promotions is on. The Delonghi refurbs are normally immaculate and indistinguishable from new.
  3. Samurai's avatar
    Got this yesterday through Ebay and the extra 5% off.

    Also noticed you can get 2 free 200g bags of Coffee with this machine when you register it on the Delonghi website.

    Details here:delonghi.com/en-…lub

    I looks like some kind of subscription service so be sure to cancel.
    tmd747's avatar
    Did you manage to claim this offer? I registered the coffee machine on the website, got email confirming the registration details but cannot find any promotional code or details on how to proceed to get this offer in the email. Thanks
  4. GoodAsGold's avatar
    This deal might get hot, but the steamed milk from these machines doesn't. You will end up needing to use a microwave. It all comes down to that stupid milk carafe which also needs constant cleaning unless you are trying to make cheese rather than coffee

    So I would recommend a machine with a steam wand instead even though it takes a bit of practice. That way you can even pretend to be a barista!
    alhasa's avatar
    That’s what puts me of these machines. Have one at work and it always looks like a biohazard even though it’s a fairly new machine
  5. mariolj's avatar
    Is Dinamica Plus ECAM370.70.B worth another 250 quid? I know has been cheeper in the past but no time machine
    sashforth's avatar
    Definitely not. The difference in functionality is minimal.
  6. vvilko's avatar
    I have this one. Amazing coffee. I got it in January sales last year for £350. Great price. Heat!!
  7. timb999's avatar
    Had a couple of older DeLonghi automatic milk machines (not bean machines), and I would agree that whilst it is very easy and handy to push a button to get frothed milk, I always had to put the coffee in the microwave after as it just wasnt hot.

    But on top of that....they were also really unreliable. I had to send one back under warranty (after about 15 months) when the carafe stopped working, and it took them a full 3 months to conclude they could not fix it and give me a new one. The replacement machine lasted just over 2 years before again, the carafe part become blocked and unreliable.

    Despite the easiness, don't think I would buy one again, even if cheap.
  8. Johnnywelsh's avatar
    Was about to buy a second hand ETAM29.660.SB how does this compare? Features look really similar but guess devil is in the detail. Appreciate opinions of people more knowledgeable
    GoodAsGold's avatar
    Authentica machines tend to be narrower and have the water tank at the back.

    The model you mentioned  has the advantage of an LCD which is much nicer than interpreting combinations of lights

    My old Autentica seemed to perform very similarly to my current Dynamica except that the former had a steam wand instead of milk carafe

    Lastly, buying a second hand unit can be problematic unless it has been professionally cleaned and serviced (edited)
  9. tmd747's avatar
    Mine arrived this morning. Took a while to set up properly, grind adjustments and all that, will probably still need little tweaks as i use it more but for now managed to get a great cup of cappuccino! And also i do not find the milk temperature to be an issue, when it's done it's just perfect to drink imo 49742764-7Ddbe.jpg
    A57ton's avatar
    I have a Prima Donna Soul. I fill my glass with boiling water first and then I get a proper hot latte. Saves using a microwave.
  10. brett.stevens's avatar
    cracking machine
  11. Laszlo's avatar
    good deal, my one just broke (milk frother won't even start, hot water works but no steam). might be worth getting this one than repairing the last one knowing how much repairs are now...
    lee-lfc's avatar
    My ESAM 2600 broke a few months ago, the chassis that is the main part of the machine that everything bolts to had snapped, DELONGHI wanted £200 plus to fix it so I bought the £35 part and had a go at fixing it myself.
    Anyway after taking my time with it doing an hour here and there to break it up I put it back together and it works
    My point is if a novice like myself can achieve taking the whole machine apart and putting it back together then anyone can so buy the part and give it a go
  12. A57ton's avatar
    Fair price for this machine. This is what Delonghi claimed was originally retailing at £940.
  13. iLoveDeals101's avatar
    A further 10% off if you shout “A!O! Let’s go!” loudly. 
    Macca-J's avatar
    Didn't work for me
  14. fritz8's avatar
    A mistake or has inflation taken off in a big way lately ??49758335-Kf3Zt.jpg
  15. fritz8's avatar
    .... and even more on their Ebay shop, Pity 49758338-zAF2I.jpg
  16. Andrew_irD's avatar
    thanks op
    at that price, i bought one, been looking for a while
    wanted the plus, but £287 is a good price for non plus
  17. ben14's avatar
    Thanks - been looking around and just bought at this price! Thanks!
  18. Dazzer68's avatar
    Excellent machine. We’ve just upgraded to this from the authentica model. It’s great. Lots of preprogrammed drinks too.
    ben14's avatar
    Just bought one... how do you find the milk temperature? Just a bit concerned after a couple of comments about not beig hot enough
  19. nelutu292002's avatar
    Brilliant machine, got it last year in the summer, coffee is excellent
  20. danielallard86's avatar
    How does this compare to
    philips lattego ep3246/70
  21. antpro26's avatar
    Any advice about the difference between this and the Sage Barista Express?

    I get that the Sage can produce better quality but requires more work.

    Any opinions on either would be greatly appreciated to help my decision!

    Thanks, Anthony.
    A57ton's avatar
    If you are looking at a manual coffee machine, 80% of the quality you taste in the coffee comes from the grinder.

    The Sage grinders are OK, but not great.
  22. Martin_Breitenbacher's avatar
    Is it easy to clean? I only ever used nespresso and tassimo but want to try a decent bean to cup machine
  23. _cracK's avatar
    check AO outlet store through ebay, u may find cheaper £250 for me 9 months ago, machine is great !
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