DELONGHI ESAM4200 MAGNIFICA COFFEE MACHINE
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DELONGHI ESAM4200 MAGNIFICA COFFEE MACHINE

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Found 1st May 2013
This is the most basic of the Delonghi Bean to Cup machines but still makes great coffee. It just lacks some of the bells and whistles of themore expensive.

Although on the Tesco Outlet site it is described as brand new.

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that may well be the cheapest online but do people actually pay this much for a coffee machine?

deals234

that may well be the cheapest online but do people actually pay this much … that may well be the cheapest online but do people actually pay this much for a coffee machine?



Add up the cost of your average Lattes & Cappuchinos from *Bucks over the years and you soon see why this is affordable!
However I did buy this for £230 last year from Amazon.

powertoolman

Add up the cost of your average Lattes & Cappuchinos from *Bucks over the … Add up the cost of your average Lattes & Cappuchinos from *Bucks over the years and you soon see why this is affordable!However I did buy this for £230 last year from Amazon.



I buy my latte most mornings in a nice cafe which does them at £1....lovely stuff as well. And as Im a regular customer I just show up hand over the pound coin and its ready for me to go. So thats 230 or 260 lattes instead of the machine. Not forgetting the cost of the ingredients and the effort lol!

End of the day its up to the individual but personally I would never shed out that much on a coffee machine. £50? possibly yeah. Any more than about £100 and its a straight no.

deals234

that may well be the cheapest online but do people actually pay this much … that may well be the cheapest online but do people actually pay this much for a coffee machine?


Yes, I paid about the same for mine - got the same model as this. Had it for around 3 years now making at least one espresso for breakfast each day and its still going strong. Bean-to-cup machines are so much simpler than more traditional espresso machines I've had before - simply press one button to turn on then another to make coffee and your done - and much cheaper than the nespresso style "pod" abominations.

Espresso purists will doubtless say that you get a much better cup from a traditional espresso machine along with a high quality grinder etc but for the convenience a bean-to-cup prbably give 90% of the result with 10% of the effort!

N.b. before this I had a Gaggia bean-to-cup that died after ~2 years - the De Longhi is a much better machine which seems to be being proved in it still going strong after 3+ years.

Had one for nearly 4 years. If it broke, it is one of the few things in my life I would replace without hesitation. Cheap coffee shops are fine while you're out, but I need coffee the minute I wake up.

jibbajabba3

Had one for nearly 4 years. If it broke, it is one of the few things in … Had one for nearly 4 years. If it broke, it is one of the few things in my life I would replace without hesitation. Cheap coffee shops are fine while you're out, but I need coffee the minute I wake up.


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Great machine for perfect coffee,simple to use and very reliable.

you wouldn't question the benefits of bean to cup if you had one. purchased one before Christmas - best purchase I've ever made. no other 'gadget' I've owned has ever had so much use

Voted hot, I've always liked DeLonghi. And cheap for bean-to-cup

Yes I would spend £260 on a coffee machine, but worse still, spent nearly that one of those "nespresso style "pod" abominations" [to quote deshepherd] AND am very very happy with it.

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Given the number of positive comments and that this is the cheapest price for this machine at the moment, I am a little surprised that this has gone so cold.

I've had mine 2 years and use it every day. It was £230 when i bought it and its worth that and more. With freshly roasted coffee its far better than anything i've had from a coffee shop.
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