De'Longhi Magnifica Bean to Cup Espresso/Cappuccino Coffee Machine ESAM4200 - Silver £224.99 @ Amazon
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De'Longhi Magnifica Bean to Cup Espresso/Cappuccino Coffee Machine ESAM4200 - Silver £224.99 @ Amazon

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Found 17th Mar 2016
Half price again on Amazon on a lightning deal for next 24 hours
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Not exactly half price as Amazon put the price up by £140 yesterday morning before knocking it down to £225

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Another Amazon deal that isn't anywhere near as good as they'd have you think, but it is at least cheaper than it has been in a long time
great machine, bought mine for £230 in November and using every day since with no problems at all.
good price. heaaaaat
superb deal. we ve got one at work and its making magnificent coffee
It's a good machine but I found with mine when using the steam to heat up milk it takes ages then goes into over heat before you have chance to put the coffee in
thinkiwillhaveit

It's a good machine but I found with mine when using the steam to heat up … It's a good machine but I found with mine when using the steam to heat up milk it takes ages then goes into over heat before you have chance to put the coffee in



I've had one of these for nearly 2 years. Used the steam wand once. The Bodum milk frother jug is so much easier.
Great machine. I've found it easier to use and control than the more expensive (but nicer looking) programable versions. Had mine about three years now (and it was secondhand!), used every day, and still going strong. Makes great coffee as long as you spend time setting it up.
Amazon Warehouse selling used for £171.96 with discount.
thinkiwillhaveit

It's a good machine but I found with mine when using the steam to heat up … It's a good machine but I found with mine when using the steam to heat up milk it takes ages then goes into over heat before you have chance to put the coffee in


Pro tip: If you press the button for coffee and the lights flashes to say it's too hot then turn the steam dial and let it run - it cools down within a few seconds!

Got mine for £105 at Sainsbury's a while back Great machine.

bisoner

I've had one of these for nearly 2 years. Used the steam wand once. The … I've had one of these for nearly 2 years. Used the steam wand once. The Bodum milk frother jug is so much easier.


You mean the one with a plunger? I have one of those I've never used. Steam wand on the machine does what I want, though I'm sure it's not as effective as the machines Starbucks and Costa use.
LOL
Tesco where selling this for £80 last week.
I posted a deal about it
I have bought my one(same model) 3 years ago for 245£. Not big deal after so many years for old model
bisoner

I've had one of these for nearly 2 years. Used the steam wand once. The … I've had one of these for nearly 2 years. Used the steam wand once. The Bodum milk frother jug is so much easier.



Shirley, you are making Luke warm cappuccino? Don't you need to take the milk temp up to 70 degrees!?!? Remember though, anything over that and the milk proteins will start to sugar...
djice84

great machine, bought mine for £230 in November and using every day since … great machine, bought mine for £230 in November and using every day since with no problems at all. good price. heaaaaat



Same here, easily the best bean to cup machine at anything like this price.
caposcott

LOLTesco where selling this for £80 last week.I posted a deal about it




More chance of winning the lottery than being able to buy one at Tescos.
Edited by: "Evouk" 17th Mar 2016
Bought one almost exactly like this for £175 a couple of years, used several times a day, easily my best investment ever in a kitchen gadget that isn't a fridge, cooker, microwave, or dishwasher!
I have a De'Longhi Bean to cup machine, which just isn't producing the coffee it used to - anyone know of any good people/companies to give it a service?
aw look at its little face, so happy to serve!

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Mine lasted about 3 months before half the coffee runs down the front. Have gone back to a stove top espresso as have found their returns process such a hassle. Next time I buy one I'll go for a quality brand rather than Delonghi who run permanent specials.
sailo

Amazon Warehouse selling used for £171.96 with discount.


I'm tempted at this price
brilly

aw look at its little face, so happy to serve!



It looks like a sneaky elephant, I distrust it already.
Had my reconditioned Delonghi for well over a year now and still making great coffee. You just need to descale and clean the brewing unit regularly.
Cristiano

I'm tempted at this price


You won't regret it. And if you don't like it return it within 30 days.
It have always been around 250 so approx. 25 quid discount only. Just to inform.
Great price for this machine, heated
Macdory

I have a De'Longhi Bean to cup machine, which just isn't producing the … I have a De'Longhi Bean to cup machine, which just isn't producing the coffee it used to - anyone know of any good people/companies to give it a service?



Probably cheaper to buy a new one.

My Intensa has about about 32000 on the clock. I has started leaking, but I just don't have the time to fully strip it down. I think Delonghi want about £150+ to service.
sailo

You won't regret it. And if you don't like it return it within 30 days.


A friend has bought an all singing all dancing prima Donna model and I don't know if I should hang on to get something newer? The only thing that puts me off is that visually it isn't the best looking kitchen toy. But you can't argue with the sheer number of excellent reviews that people are still posting.

I'm wondering if I wait a few days into this deal and might get an open box one from the warehouse deals for 170 with that £20 discount?
My luck it's gone put 300 and the warehouse stock has gonr
Thought I'd give it a go. 700 odd positive reviews cant be wrong can they? I think Ive out grown my Tassimo machine.
Cristiano

My luck it's gone put 300 and the warehouse stock has gonr


Sorry to hear you've missed out. They have probably ended up on eBay...
I've had a virtually identical model for well over a year now....good coffee and well made.....any price around £200 is a good deal.
Are there any good deals on fully automatic ones at the moment please?
any deal on top range ones?
Ordered one at the time...5am this morning warehouse cancellation email due to no stock!??!?! Scum.
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