Delonghi ECAM23.123B Bean to Cup Coffee Machine - £279.99 (with code) @ Co-Operative Electrical
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Delonghi ECAM23.123B Bean to Cup Coffee Machine - £279.99 (with code) @ Co-Operative Electrical

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Found 12th JanEdited by:"ciaozammer"
This price is for co-op members using the code MDL50
I cannot see it cheaper elsewhere, co-op delivery is free for small appliances such as this. I'm a fan of bean to cup machines and delonghi make good quality basic machines that are well rated. This model is particularly compact and looks good.
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Great machine, got a silver one. Paid more than this one too...
How easy are these to clean and do they need cleaning after every cup? The reason I ask is I’m the only one that drinks proper coffee in my house and only have a couple of cups a day.
greencode3 h, 4 m ago

How easy are these to clean and do they need cleaning after every cup? The …How easy are these to clean and do they need cleaning after every cup? The reason I ask is I’m the only one that drinks proper coffee in my house and only have a couple of cups a day.


The machine will rinse itself whenever you turn it on or off but so long as you have a "sacrificial cup" under the spout to catch all the rinse rather than filling the drip tray it's not so bad.

The milk attachment should be cleaned after every use but it is easy to do - Pull the silver sleeve off then pull the black rubber nozzle off and rinse both parts under the tap then replace. Takes 30 seconds.
rossysaurus4 h, 10 m ago

The machine will rinse itself whenever you turn it on or off but so long …The machine will rinse itself whenever you turn it on or off but so long as you have a "sacrificial cup" under the spout to catch all the rinse rather than filling the drip tray it's not so bad. The milk attachment should be cleaned after every use but it is easy to do - Pull the silver sleeve off then pull the black rubber nozzle off and rinse both parts under the tap then replace. Takes 30 seconds.



Indeed very easy to clean the milk spout is the only thing you really have to take apart but as you said 30 secs
These are very easy to use machines that require very little cleaning/maintenance. The machine does an automatic rinse as it turns on and as it turns off, which just consists of releasing hot water (~100 ml) through the coffee spout into the tray reservoir. If you don't catch the rinse in a cup then you'll have to empty the tray reservoir every couple of days. You'll also have to perform a descale procedure every couple of months with the descale reagent but this is straight forward just follow the instructions in the handbook (might be more frequent if you have hard water in your area- but there is a water testing strip that comes in the welcome pack- so you can test your water hardness). As mentioned earlier, the milk attachment needs to be cleaned after each time you use it for frothing by running it under the tap for a few seconds.
We have had a similar Delonghi Bean to Cup machine for three years (it counts the number of coffees it makes - current count is 5302) and it has been hassle-free. Just recently, pulled out the pressing unit and gave it a quick clean with a brush, which was really easy. If you are an avid coffee drinker then this unit is as handy as they come. Really worth-while if you consider the time and hassle it saves.
This is cheaper on Argos the module number seems slightly off but they look like the exact same machine!

£269.99 argos.co.uk/pro…605
The Argos one is a good price, I believe the co-op one I posted is a later model. No doubt they both make the same coffee.
I don't think co-op or the Argos prices are amazing... I have an older delonghi bean to cup that I got for £200 on Amazon a couple of years ago. It's still going strong and the coffee is brilliant. I was looking at buying one as a present and this is the best deal I could find just now.
Edited by: "ciaozammer" 13th Jan
I'm looking for a coffee machine myself, but I dunno how well those pumps work? Seems milk frothers are becoming more popular but the cheapest of those is £350 if you want bean to cup, it's crazy how much coffee machines are! Keep posting though, hopefully one of use comes across a big bargain!
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