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De'Longhi ECAM22.360.S Bean to Cup Coffee Machine Refurbished by Delonghi £239.99 with code @ delonghiuk / eBay
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De'Longhi ECAM22.360.S Bean to Cup Coffee Machine Refurbished by Delonghi £239.99 with code @ delonghiuk / eBay

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Posted 25th Feb

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Seemed like a good price at £299.99, now an extra 20% off brings it to a decent £239.99. The cheapest it's been on HUKD before is £399.
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Thanks don’t think it’s Bean this cheap before.
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I found the only issue with these is it could never do the milky coffees hot enough
Thanks don’t think it’s Bean this cheap before.
Daaaavvveee25/02/2020 19:03

I found the only issue with these is it could never do the milky coffees …I found the only issue with these is it could never do the milky coffees hot enough


There is a setting somewhere in a machine where you set the temperature of the milk. Someone posted it in one of the deals with these machines, you cna probably find it after googling.
Great machine.
Larlen25/02/2020 20:05

There is a setting somewhere in a machine where you set the temperature of …There is a setting somewhere in a machine where you set the temperature of the milk. Someone posted it in one of the deals with these machines, you cna probably find it after googling.


You can also set the temp of the water through settings.
Nooooooooooooo out of stock!!! So soon
It's a brilliant machine we have it and use it every day
Bought last night, my cafe corso has given up 2 weeks out of warranty and the usually great amazon are refusing to accept a return. Best they could do was a £5 voucher - poor show. Does anyone know when the warranty starts - is it date of purchase or date of delivery? Thanks
matth518226/02/2020 08:32

Bought last night, my cafe corso has given up 2 weeks out of warranty and …Bought last night, my cafe corso has given up 2 weeks out of warranty and the usually great amazon are refusing to accept a return. Best they could do was a £5 voucher - poor show. Does anyone know when the warranty starts - is it date of purchase or date of delivery? Thanks


EU law states 2 years for warranty on Electrical items so maybe mention this to them. Warranty will start on delivery date as far as the law would stand.
If anyone does buy this, remember to register your machine with its serial number with Delonghi coffee club.

When I bought mine off of Amazon 1 year ago (Amazon Warehouse deal with 20% off ) There was an offer whereby if you registered your machine with Delonghi they sent out a set of 6 espresso cups and gave you a free service after a year. I've actually emailed them about the service , so hopefully they do honour it..

Does make a lovely coffee , as others have mentioned there are setting to change the temperature of the water , milk , amnt of coffee on the machine you access via the menu button. Delonghi have some good YouTube instructional videos ..just pop in your machine model and should be easy to find.
Edited by: "proevo21" 26th Feb
jrw26/02/2020 08:39

EU law states 2 years for warranty on Electrical items so maybe mention …EU law states 2 years for warranty on Electrical items so maybe mention this to them. Warranty will start on delivery date as far as the law would stand.


Why does this get rolled out every time?
EU 'rules' dont give a 2 year warranty on goods.

forums.moneysavingexpert.com/dis…nty
custardy26/02/2020 12:03

Why does this get rolled out every time?EU 'rules' dont give a 2 year …Why does this get rolled out every time?EU 'rules' dont give a 2 year warranty on goods.https://forums.moneysavingexpert.com/discussion/5923595/eu-directive-1999-44-ec-two-year-warranty


"Goods of reasonable quality"

A £300+ is reasonably expected to last longer than 12 months and 2 weeks.

Therefore covered under the directive and the uk legislation offering 6 years of protection.

Or being cynical, planned obsolescence?
jrw26/02/2020 12:07

"Goods of reasonable quality" A £300+ is reasonably expected to last …"Goods of reasonable quality" A £300+ is reasonably expected to last longer than 12 months and 2 weeks. Therefore covered under the directive and the uk legislation offering 6 years of protection. Or being cynical, planned obsolescence?


Thats not warrenty though. You have the roght to go to the manufacturer but then its down to their policys.
Eg you maybe expected to get engineer reports,pay for shipping/their reports etc.
custardy26/02/2020 12:10

Thats not warrenty though. You have the roght to go to the manufacturer …Thats not warrenty though. You have the roght to go to the manufacturer but then its down to their policys.Eg you maybe expected to get engineer reports,pay for shipping/their reports etc.


I've used it a few times with amazon successfully hence my advice to quote eu. I know Amazon have got tighter on stuff like this lately but it's worth a try especially so soon out of warranty.

Also used it with Dell (had a new mobo on a 20 month old laptop) and HP.
jrw26/02/2020 12:12

I've used it a few times with amazon successfully hence my advice to quote …I've used it a few times with amazon successfully hence my advice to quote eu. I know Amazon have got tighter on stuff like this lately but it's worth a try especially so soon out of warranty. Also used it with Dell (had a new mobo on a 20 month old laptop) and HP.


Again. My point is stating items carry a 2 year warranty is wrong. Simple as that.
tor12625/02/2020 23:03

Nooooooooooooo out of stock!!! So soon


Keep an eye on it they seem to be adding stock. Another one just came back in stock... But I bought it!
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