De'Longhi EC850.M Pump Espresso Coffee Machine - Amazon £150.72
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De'Longhi EC850.M Pump Espresso Coffee Machine - Amazon £150.72

£150.72Amazon Deals
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Found 6th Feb 2014
I bought this as a refurb from Amazon about 6 months ago and am delighted with it. It's a really classy and solid build and makes consistently fantastic espressos very quickly and easily. I've noticed it's been out of stock for a while since and is now I think the cheapest it's been.
I can't vouch for the milk frothing functions but for normal espressos it's brilliant, I highly recommend it!

Warehouse deals from £122ish available
- pikachu12

Back in stock and the price is £5 lower! Just ordered one for myself
- olyanumber1

27 Comments

Seems like a cracking price! Thank! HOT

My wife would kill me if I purchased a third coffee machine, but it's so tempting when I have a £100 Amazon voucher. No worktop space though :-(

theshabster

My wife would kill me if I purchased a third coffee machine, but it's so … My wife would kill me if I purchased a third coffee machine, but it's so tempting when I have a £100 Amazon voucher. No worktop space though :-(



That's my problem too. They take up so much space. I need a special kitchen tap, like those filter ones, but with filter coffee instead of filtered water.

agitatedclimax

That's my problem too. They take up so much space. I need a special … That's my problem too. They take up so much space. I need a special kitchen tap, like those filter ones, but with filter coffee instead of filtered water.



I have seen such an item in a top end kitchen store....

if it were bean to cup it would be a good buy, but it isn't.....

I'd rather drink Nescafe than anything from this

superdudeo

I'd rather drink Nescafe than anything from this



Says more about you than the machine ;).

is this better than the gaggia classic?

david.brownjohn@

if it were bean to cup it would be a good buy, but it isn't.....



you won't get it for £150

superdudeo

I'd rather drink Nescafe than anything from this

Why?

is it better than De'Longhi Perfecta ESAM5400 15-Bar Bean To Cup Espresso/ Cappuccino Machine - Black

amazon.co.uk/gp/…T4/

I bought this one when it was reduced a few weeks back but not used it yet.

from my limited understanding higher pressure isn't better for ground coffee beans, 9-10bar seems to be the optimal pressure for a decent coffee shot.

With the one you bought you have to froth the milk separately where as this does it all together. I bought this one afew weeks ago, it is pretty quick and I am pretty happy with it!


great-deals

is it better than De'Longhi Perfecta ESAM5400 15-Bar Bean To Cup … is it better than De'Longhi Perfecta ESAM5400 15-Bar Bean To Cup Espresso/ Cappuccino Machine - Blackhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0016NJ8T4/I bought this one when it was reduced a few weeks back but not used it yet.

I have both, not much difference between the two.

The one you have mentioned is obviously not automatic but it allows you to froth your milk more than the automatic version.

Basically this one posted is less effort!

reubengreening

can anyone recommend this? was just about to buy … can anyone recommend this? was just about to buy longhi-eco310-r-icona-espresso-coffee-machine-red/p1017124?kpid=231235561&s_kenid=76510631-ea8e-2d69-8be8-00002a7cb06d&s_kwcid=ppc_pla&tmad=c&tmcampid=73#tabinfo-ratings]Coffee Machineis this one much better?thank you

Ordered! Thanks, heat added

If £150 or workspace is a problem consider an AeroPress or similar - very simple and extremely good.

My De'Longhi EC710 just died on me (7 years solid use though!) and I immediately thought of this deal from yesterday but it's actually expired now.

Back to the drawing board....

Original Poster

As pikachu12 points out, that £122 warehouse deal is an absolute steal. That's how I bought mine and it arrived completely unused with no marks or imperfections at all.

I have one of these and it makes reliable coffee much cheaper than the Nespresso prices. I get my ESE 44mm pods from The Coffe Pod or Coffee Royale and it works out between 15-20p per cup depending on the type you choose. Using pods leaves you with no mess.

jiggerouzo

As pikachu12 points out, that £122 warehouse deal is an absolute steal. … As pikachu12 points out, that £122 warehouse deal is an absolute steal. That's how I bought mine and it arrived completely unused with no marks or imperfections at all.



That's good, I was just a bit concerned that it says that actual item may have signs of use (not worried too much about the packaging), also there are two prices for the warehouse deals which surely must mean that there is a reason for it.

Swithered about buying this when the deal was live, but missed out. I've grabbed the last warehouse deal one at £122. I'll feed back on how it looks when it arrives etc.

My £122 Warehouse one arrived today, used, still with a bit of water in it and no power cable!! Being returned...

pl34

My £122 Warehouse one arrived today, used, still with a bit of water in … My £122 Warehouse one arrived today, used, still with a bit of water in it and no power cable!! Being returned...



Sorry to hear that but that was exactly the kind of thing I was worried about.

pl34

My £122 Warehouse one arrived today, used, still with a bit of water in … My £122 Warehouse one arrived today, used, still with a bit of water in it and no power cable!! Being returned...



What did Amazon customer service say when you contacted them?

They said "sorry we'll collect Monday and refund you".

They wouldn't swap or do anything else.

pl34

They said "sorry we'll collect Monday and refund you".They wouldn't swap … They said "sorry we'll collect Monday and refund you".They wouldn't swap or do anything else.



My order just turned up today minus the milk carafe, filter holder and hot water tap.. They all look as if they should have been housed in a separate box. There is a small dent on the drip stand, other than that it looks like its never been used.

Gutted.
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