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Delonghi DLSC002 Water Filters for Espresso Machines £8.99 at Currys PC World
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Delonghi DLSC002 Water Filters for Espresso Machines £8.99 at Currys PC World

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Posted 16th Jun
Great price for original water filters. Used for a variety of coffee machines - webpage description has more details Shipping included. Amazon sells for £9.99 currently on Prime. Currys has this listed on their eBay page as well at the same price -- some say code 'PANORAMA' works...some say it doesn't. Try your luck! Either way, decent price.
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£8.65 at John Lewis but postage isn't the cheapest.
Serious question - Do you think these offers better filtration / lime scale protection than normal jug type Brita filters? I have bought the Delonghi ones in the past. But have stopped recently, and just fill the machine from the water filter jug. I cant taste a difference and its so much cheaper that these. We do live in a hard water area. Wouldn't want to harm the machince, but cant help think that they must be of similar design? Thoughts?
Any cheap we equivalent ?
Can you use them with any de longhi espresso machine?
_Stuart_16/06/2020 16:14

Serious question - Do you think these offers better filtration / lime …Serious question - Do you think these offers better filtration / lime scale protection than normal jug type Brita filters? I have bought the Delonghi ones in the past. But have stopped recently, and just fill the machine from the water filter jug. I cant taste a difference and its so much cheaper that these. We do live in a hard water area. Wouldn't want to harm the machince, but cant help think that they must be of similar design? Thoughts?


Nope, I use the brita jug no problem. Most important is descaling in my opinion and cleaning out the milk jug/pipes if used with proper milk cleaner. That’s where most people go wrong with these machines, fairy isn’t enough!!
_Stuart_16/06/2020 16:14

Serious question - Do you think these offers better filtration / lime …Serious question - Do you think these offers better filtration / lime scale protection than normal jug type Brita filters? I have bought the Delonghi ones in the past. But have stopped recently, and just fill the machine from the water filter jug. I cant taste a difference and its so much cheaper that these. We do live in a hard water area. Wouldn't want to harm the machince, but cant help think that they must be of similar design? Thoughts?


I’ve never used one. Only do descaling when my machine asks for it and so far it’s over 5 years old and going strong
ndyanem16/06/2020 17:23

I’ve never used one. Only do descaling when my machine asks for it and so …I’ve never used one. Only do descaling when my machine asks for it and so far it’s over 5 years old and going strong


Sounds like we could do our pockets a favour here then eh? Thanks for taking the time to feedback.
ndyanem16/06/2020 17:23

I’ve never used one. Only do descaling when my machine asks for it and so …I’ve never used one. Only do descaling when my machine asks for it and so far it’s over 5 years old and going strong


Same with me. Got the water filter in the garage somewhere
Still running gaggia classic from 2010 here. Brita filtered water only and descaling every month/back flushing etc. Works perfectly still!
Good price for the branded version, I've been using these unbranded ones (amazon.co.uk/gp/…c=1). The price difference makes it cheap enough that I'm willing to use them even though my tap water comes through a filter anyway.
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