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Delonghi ECC220 Espresso machine sale £69.99 @ Co-operative Electrical
Delonghi ECC220 Espresso machine sale £69.99 @ Co-operative Electrical

Delonghi ECC220 Espresso machine sale £69.99 @ Co-operative Electrical

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The Delonghi Motivo ECC220 is a traditional Pump Espresso Machine with a 15 bar pressure. It features a stylish White and Silver finish, which would look great in any modern kitchen. The Delonghi Motivo ECC220 Pump Espresso Machine can make two espressos at once with its two filters. It has an incorporated crema device which allows you to make the perfect crema. The Delonghi Motivo ECC220 Pump Espresso Machine can be used with ground coffee and Easy serving Espresso pods. It is 1100 watts and has a 1.4 Litre water tank. Also provided are free ESE pods in the pack - See more at: coopelectricalshop.co.uk/Del…W-W

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good price - coop staff get an extra 5% off with their membership cards or if it's still available in 2 weeks, 10% off as it's payday.

Looks like a good deal! This or a Nespresso! Decisions!!!

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mattyboy1982

Looks like a good deal! This or a Nespresso! Decisions!!!


This for the weekend, Nespresso for through the week

Good, but the Delonghi EC330 from Curry at £69 is still a better deal and nicer machine. hotukdeals.com/dea…119

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cjv99

Good, but the Delonghi EC330 from Curry at £69 is still a better deal and … Good, but the Delonghi EC330 from Curry at £69 is still a better deal and nicer machine. http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/delonghi-ec330-s-15-bar-espresso-coffee-machine-69-currys-2054119


For the parts that matter they are the same and will produce the same quality shot

WillieGallimore

For the parts that matter they are the same and will produce the same … For the parts that matter they are the same and will produce the same quality shot

nicer on the eye!! agreed

The coffee is too strong for my liking. I always have to dilute it 2:1, i;m not sure about the rest.

COLD from me.
Edited by: "firstofficer" 10th Jan 2015

These work with Nespresso pods, no?

drunkenoaf

These work with Nespresso pods, no?



No

In this price bracket my advice would be Nespresso. You will only be able to get an espresso of matching quality to nespresso with fresh ground coffee and you will need to buy a capable grinder, that will be at least double the cost of the machine.

MassiveBongFace

In this price bracket my advice would be Nespresso. You will only be able … In this price bracket my advice would be Nespresso. You will only be able to get an espresso of matching quality to nespresso with fresh ground coffee and you will need to buy a capable grinder, that will be at least double the cost of the machine.

You can always use ESE pods in these-bit dearer than ground coffee but cheaper than Nespresso pods and available in Waitrose and internet.Out of stock now anyway!
Edited by: "nickhale756" 10th Jan 2015

nickhale756

You can always use ESE pods in these-bit dearer than ground coffee but … You can always use ESE pods in these-bit dearer than ground coffee but cheaper than Nespresso pods and available in Waitrose and internet



Good point, I didn't consider that. I haven't tried them myself but I can recommend Nespresso from personal experience.

Oos

My opinion... Buy a second hand gaggia classic. Then when funds allow buy a hand grinder like hario or rhino.

WillieGallimore

For the parts that matter they are the same and will produce the same … For the parts that matter they are the same and will produce the same quality shot


Same pump so same shot, I don't dispute that. But EC330 is better looking, has a better/longer pannarello for frothing the milk, is £1 cheaper and is actually still in stock at Currys.
Between this and a Nespresso is a matter of choice and budget. The Nespresso is practical to make a quick espresso, but I get just as good if not better from my little delonghi using lavazza arabica ground coffee. The real difference is in the running cost. 1 espresso shot with nespresso is about 3 times the cost of 1 shot using ground coffee. 30p vs 8p/10p a shot! You do the math depending on how much coffee you drink!
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