De'Longhi ESAM2600 Bean to Cup Coffee Machine - £179 (+£20 Cashback) @ AO
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De'Longhi ESAM2600 Bean to Cup Coffee Machine - £179 (+£20 Cashback) @ AO

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Found 31st Jan
Fantastic price for this machine. Price shows as £179 but you get a form and they refund £20 within 21 days

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How does this differ to the ESAM2800? Just by colour?
Edited by: "Godsnafu" 1st Feb
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Godsnafu34 m ago

How does this differ to the ESAM2800? Just by colour?


Yes, 2200, 2600, 2800, 3000 and 3200 are more or less the same model with only minor design tweaks between them.
Does this machine do long drinks? Americanos etc?
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a1a1a110 m ago

Does this machine do long drinks? Americanos etc?


Yes
It’s a very good machine - the ESAM2800 was the top scoring Which Best Buy in 2017. It allows you to adjust the coarseness of the grounds & the amount coffee produced / size of cup etc. Highly recommend it, especially at this price !
Heat, top Machine I have the silver|black version. Makes amazing coffee.
Nicely does it. TCB 1.5% for £2.68 cashback. Not much, but enough for a cup of...agh, not even enough for that.

BUT YOU'LL NO LONGER WANT TO BUY THEM!
Very very tempted with this, but looks so ugly! I have used Nespresso the last few years, can anyone advise if this will be as good
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HUX11 h, 12 m ago

Very very tempted with this, but looks so ugly! I have used Nespresso the …Very very tempted with this, but looks so ugly! I have used Nespresso the last few years, can anyone advise if this will be as good


Taste is subjective but this shouldn't be any worse than the Nespresso. But the coffee will definitely be cheaper in the long run.
Hello,

Sorry not a coffee expert but hopefully some may help..
Currently we've got some capsules (MioModo) with a separate milk steamer its quite nice, however- its quite expensive @ 20p, and the negative of effects of disposing plastic capsules.

Would this bean to cup be more significantly more cost effective in the long run if we only use it 1-2 times a day?
Would these machine last over 2 years typically if used daily?
I assume taste should be better as you get more choice in beans etc?

Thanks,
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Inquisitor3 h, 6 m ago

Hello,Sorry not a coffee expert but hopefully some may help..Currently …Hello,Sorry not a coffee expert but hopefully some may help..Currently we've got some capsules (MioModo) with a separate milk steamer its quite nice, however- its quite expensive @ 20p, and the negative of effects of disposing plastic capsules.Would this bean to cup be more significantly more cost effective in the long run if we only use it 1-2 times a day?Would these machine last over 2 years typically if used daily? I assume taste should be better as you get more choice in beans etc?Thanks,


Hi, so ignoring the cost of milk, electricity (let's assume the difference is negligible between this and the pod machine)

1kg of coffee gets you roughly 120 cups (feel free to change this figure based on the type of coffee you drink). At the price of £3.50 of Marks and Spencer beans per 200g, that works out at £17.50 per kg. During the two years, which is the standard warranty period for these machines, although they do usually last longer, you would make approx 2,190 cups of coffee (average 3 a day, as you mentioned 1-2 times a day, I assumed for two people). So the coffee cost would work out at £319 (2190/120*17.50). Add to that the machine cost of £159 and that brings us to £478 total cost, or 22p per cup. Hope this helps.
Thanks. My espresso machine blew up yesterday, and I'd always fancied a BTC, so I've ordered.
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