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De'Longhi ECP31.21 Pump Espresso Coffee Machine for £54.99 @ Argos
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De'Longhi ECP31.21 Pump Espresso Coffee Machine for £54.99 @ Argos

£54.99£79.9931%Argos Deals
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Posted 8th JanEdited by:"idontflycathay"

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Nice coffee machine reduced by £25.

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Treat yourself to a quality cup of coffee with the De'Longhi ECP31.21 Pump Espresso Coffee Machine. With a sophisticated black and aluminium finish, this little machine packs big flavour with an authentic Italian punch! It features a professional filter holder, removable water reservoir and milk frother. It can be used with ground coffee or easy-serving expresso pods.

Create a wide range of milk based beverages, such as cappuccinos and lattes thanks to the manual Cappuccino System.

This product features a manual cappuccino system so that with the milk frother you can manually mix steam and milk to create the perfect density to froth for your preferred milk beverage.

For easy cleaning this product features a removable drip tray, dishwasher safe parts, a removable water tank and an auto shut off for energy saving.

  • Coffee options include: espresso, cappuccino, and latte.
  • Milk frother included.
  • Incorporated crema device.
  • 15 bar pump pressure.
  • Adjustable steam.
  • Water capacity 1.1 litres.
  • Water level gauge.
  • Transparent removable water tank.
  • Adjustable cup stand for any size mug.
  • Removable drip-tray.
  • Cup warmer.
  • Auto shut-off after 20 minutes.
  • Stainless steel filter.
  • Dishwasher safe parts for effortless cleaning.

General information
  • Model number: ecp 31.21.
  • Size H30.5, W18.5, D24cm.
  • 1100 watts.

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Thanks @idontflycathay ! Picked one up. Very good price I think, cheapest ever?
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highcontrast08/01/2020 01:14

Thanks @idontflycathay ! Picked one up. Very good price I think, cheapest …Thanks @idontflycathay ! Picked one up. Very good price I think, cheapest ever?


Yes, so happens to be the lowest ever at Argos.
I have one of these and it really is a budget machine when compared to the slightly more expensive De’Longhis. I am not sure if I am just unlucky and got a duff one but there is no way this pumps at 15 bar and if you use a fine espresso grind it will just not work. I also find the water temp poor. I have a slightly more expensive version in work and it has worked flawlessly (with fairly regular descaling) for 3 years. Anyway I hope it might just be mine but if you buy it and it performs like this I would take it back.
Bought this 2 years ago for $70.
Well worth it.
gadget6808/01/2020 06:47

I have one of these and it really is a budget machine when compared to the …I have one of these and it really is a budget machine when compared to the slightly more expensive De’Longhis. I am not sure if I am just unlucky and got a duff one but there is no way this pumps at 15 bar and if you use a fine espresso grind it will just not work. I also find the water temp poor. I have a slightly more expensive version in work and it has worked flawlessly (with fairly regular descaling) for 3 years. Anyway I hope it might just be mine but if you buy it and it performs like this I would take it back.


The pump may be 15 bar but it will not use all that pressure to extract espresso. No machine does, whether it costs £50 or £5,000. These Delonghis are all the same, whether they look budget or premium. Every Delonghi espresso machine will choke on a large quantity of proper espresso grind. That's why they use very forgiving pressurised baskets, to give you something approaching espresso. And there's nothing wrong with that.
I have mine for 2.5 years bought for £40 refurb, makes me really nice coffee from 'any' ground coffee
So consensus is this is worth having at this price?? @gadget68 comment made me debate it!
highcontrast08/01/2020 13:19

So consensus is this is worth having at this price?? @gadget68 comment …So consensus is this is worth having at this price?? @gadget68 comment made me debate it!


Probably.
highcontrast08/01/2020 13:19

So consensus is this is worth having at this price?? @gadget68 comment …So consensus is this is worth having at this price?? @gadget68 comment made me debate it!


Well worth it.
I only bought today at this price as I broke the coffee holder thing and it's £15-20 for a new 1.
Pokey08/01/2020 07:45

The pump may be 15 bar but it will not use all that pressure to extract …The pump may be 15 bar but it will not use all that pressure to extract espresso. No machine does, whether it costs £50 or £5,000. These Delonghis are all the same, whether they look budget or premium. Every Delonghi espresso machine will choke on a large quantity of proper espresso grind. That's why they use very forgiving pressurised baskets, to give you something approaching espresso. And there's nothing wrong with that.


Agreed my work machine does choke on really fine grind, however for me this one struggles with medium grind and cannot get any crema from it despite trying many different grinds. It may well be that I have a duff one so fingers crossed for those who have bought this one.
For those who prefer Amazon (or have vouchers to spend, like me), then this is currently £54.99 there too:

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