DELONGHI EC271 Espresso Pump Coffee Machine - £65.98 delivered at Currys
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DELONGHI EC271 Espresso Pump Coffee Machine - £65.98 delivered at Currys

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Found 5th Sep 2016
The De'Longhi EC271 Espresso Pump Coffee Machine is the ideal introduction into the world of home-barista coffee.

The best of both worlds
This effective machine makes simple, elegant espressos and cappuccinos in no time at all, whilst the 15-bar pressure pump is able to extract the best possible espresso essence and aromatic oils for real home luxury.

Use the easy to handle integrated milk-frother to perfect your coffee every time.

Auto-off function
The De'Longhi EC271's eco function alongside its auto-off function make it an economical and environmentally friendly machine. It will turn itself off nine minutes after you have last used it, to conserve energy and keep the machine working as it should.

Warm your cups for added luxury
Complete that coffee-shop experience with the integrated cup warming system. Simply place your two espresso cups safely on the lid of the machine, and they will warm thoroughly – so you can make your cappuccino last even longer.

The De'Longhi EC271 Espresso Pump Coffee Machine makes truly delicious espressos and cappuccinos for coffee lovers to experience real caffeinated luxury in the comfort of their own homes.

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I was thinking about getting one of these! Anybody have one and want to give a perspective on how good / bad it is?

I had one of these for many years and it worked well. Think I brought it about 7 years back for around £70. I remember at the time the reviews were generally very good. Having only recently consigned mine to the tip I was pleased to see that you could still buy spares for it as recently as this year, which speaks something of its longevity. Having seen what other machines are available at this price range, I'd say the de'longhi is a safe bet.

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ant3000

I was thinking about getting one of these! Anybody have one and want to … I was thinking about getting one of these! Anybody have one and want to give a perspective on how good / bad it is?



I have it. It's a brilliant machine for the money (bought it to replace one that cost over double the price of this but performance is much the same). Frofths the milk up nice and foamy so cappuccinos are delicious.

Bought

appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/e…ine?refsource=APadwords&crtag=AP&refsource=Apadwords&gclid=Cj0KEQjw0rm-BRCn85bm8uS-zK0BEiQAHo4vrLIMEaRLlaKFOrkA_CJ7VoAMqdXy9L_i0tC5jotQDwIaAnc58P8HAQ

£59,98
Anyway I still think is a good deal

Edited by moderator: "Sep 06, 2016 20:30" 6th Sep 2016

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exzam, I trimmed your link so it didn't contain quite so many charcters

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exzam

http://www.appliancesdirect.co.uk/p/ec271/de-longhi-ec271-coffee-machine?refsource=APadwords&crtag=AP&refsource=Apadwords&gclid=Cj0KEQjw0rm-BRCn85bm8uS-zK0BEiQAHo4vrLIMEaRLlaKFOrkA_CJ7VoAMqdXy9L_i0tC5jotQDwIaAnc58P8HAQ£59,98Anyway I still think is a good deal



No freakin way dude!

Joefez

I had one of these for many years and it worked well. Think I brought it … I had one of these for many years and it worked well. Think I brought it about 7 years back for around £70. I remember at the time the reviews were generally very good. Having only recently consigned mine to the tip I was pleased to see that you could still buy spares for it as recently as this year, which speaks something of its longevity. Having seen what other machines are available at this price range, I'd say the de'longhi is a safe bet.



Hey does this machine produce hot water optionally from the steam frother like the dedica? Can't really find a answer online

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loringenator

Hey does this machine produce hot water optionally from the steam frother … Hey does this machine produce hot water optionally from the steam frother like the dedica? Can't really find a answer online



Yes it does. I don't use it for that but just checked the manual

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discoman201610 h, 49 m ago

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Why are you going through all of my (ancient) deals, and commenting that they're expired?? Is it some sort of weird retaliation because I dared to say that your current tv deal is out of stock??

Very odd behaviour...
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