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Delonghi Prima Donna class ECAM550.55.SB bean to cup coffee machine only £499.99 @ Costco
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Delonghi Prima Donna class ECAM550.55.SB bean to cup coffee machine only £499.99 @ Costco

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Posted 1st Apr 2019

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Not sure why the cold votes - Cheapest quick google get it at £800
cawsmawr01/04/2019 17:38

Not sure why the cold votes - Cheapest quick google get it at £800


That's what I was thinking. Anyone voting cold care to tell me why. I bought one. Worried it's rubbish or something.
Damouz01/04/2019 17:42

That's what I was thinking. Anyone voting cold care to tell me why. I …That's what I was thinking. Anyone voting cold care to tell me why. I bought one. Worried it's rubbish or something.


Me too
Damouz01/04/2019 17:42

That's what I was thinking. Anyone voting cold care to tell me why. I …That's what I was thinking. Anyone voting cold care to tell me why. I bought one. Worried it's rubbish or something.



I think you'll do ok :). Which reviewed the version without the milk Carafe by the looks and that got a best buy.
The next version up from this one with an insulated milk Carafe got a best buy too.
I think you've had a bargain..even if you factor in the subscription for a costco card.. Enjoy!
Looks like a good offer. What's the difference between this and the S Evo?
johnlewis.com/de-…147
cawsmawr18 m ago

I think you'll do ok :). Which reviewed the version without the milk …I think you'll do ok :). Which reviewed the version without the milk Carafe by the looks and that got a best buy.The next version up from this one with an insulated milk Carafe got a best buy too.I think you've had a bargain..even if you factor in the subscription for a costco card.. Enjoy!


Thanks!
mohass8 m ago

Looks like a good offer. What's the difference between this and the S …Looks like a good offer. What's the difference between this and the S Evo?https://www.johnlewis.com/de-longhi-ecam-510-55-primadonna-s-evo-bean-to-cup-coffee-machine-silver/p3897147


Can't tell that much other than its menu system and the the thermal milk thing.
mohass15 m ago

Looks like a good offer. What's the difference between this and the S …Looks like a good offer. What's the difference between this and the S Evo?https://www.johnlewis.com/de-longhi-ecam-510-55-primadonna-s-evo-bean-to-cup-coffee-machine-silver/p3897147


I got the one from John Lewis last year, this version has a colour touchscreen but is otherwise identical.
Damouz1 h, 33 m ago

That's what I was thinking. Anyone voting cold care to tell me why. I …That's what I was thinking. Anyone voting cold care to tell me why. I bought one. Worried it's rubbish or something.



jetskizzz1 h, 24 m ago

Me too



I also bought one. Been waiting for pretty much big discount on Delonghi coffee machines. Should not be rubbish-most Delonghi machine reviews are good or excellent. We are fine guys, do not worry about cold votes on the page
Anyone knows what is warranty on that machine?
...very tempting

Updated:
Bean to Cup coffee machines: Total 2 years from date of purchase
Edited by: "lastwish" 2nd Apr 2019
lastwish5 h, 30 m ago

Anyone knows what is warranty on that machine?...very temptingUpdated:Bean …Anyone knows what is warranty on that machine?...very temptingUpdated:Bean to Cup coffee machines: Total 2 years from date of purchase


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This looks really good for £500 why are people voticng cold? Or simply that its a coffee machine that is £500?
i've also taken the plunge on this, can't see why people are voting it cold unless its just £500 for a coffee machine...
Does this do the milk automatically too, or do you have to do that as a separate function?
ScroopEgerton10 m ago

Does this do the milk automatically too, or do you have to do that as a …Does this do the milk automatically too, or do you have to do that as a separate function?


Automatic
couldn't resist for too long..got one also
Mine is coming today. I'll let you know if it's worth it. Should have got some beans from costco too.
Damouz03/04/2019 10:21

Mine is coming today. I'll let you know if it's worth it. Should have got …Mine is coming today. I'll let you know if it's worth it. Should have got some beans from costco too.


Can you let me know how hot a latte is? Thanks
Picking one up today also, my current DeLonghi bean to cup machine has produced 5000 + coffees over the past few years, great machines worth the money imo
Looks like a good deal to me. Didn't really want to spend £500 on a coffe machine, but really needed one and keep missing out on the other COSTCO/Delonghi deals, so also decided to take the plunge.
Also can't understand the cold votes, at least if you're voting cold, tell us why!!
Damouz03/04/2019 10:21

Mine is coming today. I'll let you know if it's worth it. Should have got …Mine is coming today. I'll let you know if it's worth it. Should have got some beans from costco too.


what couriers they using?
lastwish10 m ago

what couriers they using?


Parcelforce 24 hours. Ordered on Monday. It has arrived but at work so won't get to test it till this evening.
NickNic1 h, 11 m ago

Looks like a good deal to me. Didn't really want to spend £500 on a coffe …Looks like a good deal to me. Didn't really want to spend £500 on a coffe machine, but really needed one and keep missing out on the other COSTCO/Delonghi deals, so also decided to take the plunge.Also can't understand the cold votes, at least if you're voting cold, tell us why!!


I'm with everyone on this one - It's a great deal and I've ordered one - been looking at these for ages and also missed out on the last Costco deal - Which gave this model a best buy so should be good!
Just got one too. I've never seen it so cheap. Its better than the primadonna s evo which is for sale at John Lewis for £700
Mine arrived today. So far I'm very impressed and I think is worth the money. Just need to learn how all the functions working and read manual to prepare great coffee.Fancy feature is mobile app, so I can control machine via my smartphone and brew my coffee from my sofa (obviously I need to put glass before) which is very useful.
I suggest to don't use cheapest coffee beans(1kg good beans are arround 10-15 quids and should last for long time), otherwise you may be disappointed.Also use fresh milk not long life milk and pour bottled water(supermarkets not expensive water is fine) into water tank because your tap water may be to hardness. Anyway there is a water hardness tester included, so you can check before filling tank (water filter included as well) .
I'm not an barista, just my thoughts.
Everyone who bought it - enjoy your range of tasty coffee!
Hi does anyone know if this can be purchased at Costco warehouse or is it Costco online store only ?
Online only
How does this compare to the Sage Barista Express ?
Spent a long time reviewing and was considering the 350.....but now seen this

damn, what do I do.
?
ministrymason03/04/2019 18:44

Thanks


Just realised it has a coffee temperature setting and it was set to medium when I tested it. It has a high and max setting also.
Edited by: "Damouz" 3rd Apr 2019
Damouz7 m ago

Just realised it has a coffee temperature setting at it was set to medium …Just realised it has a coffee temperature setting at it was set to medium when I tested it. It has a high and max setting also.


Sounds like it’s fine then. Weird when all the bad reviews with these delonghi machines say the lattes are cold.
Lukashov3 h, 2 m ago

Mine arrived today. So far I'm very impressed and I think is worth the …Mine arrived today. So far I'm very impressed and I think is worth the money. Just need to learn how all the functions working and read manual to prepare great coffee.Fancy feature is mobile app, so I can control machine via my smartphone and brew my coffee from my sofa (obviously I need to put glass before) which is very useful.I suggest to don't use cheapest coffee beans(1kg good beans are arround 10-15 quids and should last for long time), otherwise you may be disappointed.Also use fresh milk not long life milk and pour bottled water(supermarkets not expensive water is fine) into water tank because your tap water may be to hardness. Anyway there is a water hardness tester included, so you can check before filling tank (water filter included as well) .I'm not an barista, just my thoughts.Everyone who bought it - enjoy your range of tasty coffee!


@Lukashov cool profile pic bud
so far so good. makes lovely coffee
This should be a lot hotter (the deal not the coffee! )

Considering the Eletta cappuccino (a range down from the Primadonna) is now £500 pretty much everywhere, this is a good good deal.
danston07/04/2019 11:17

This should be a lot hotter (the deal not the coffee! )Considering the …This should be a lot hotter (the deal not the coffee! )Considering the Eletta cappuccino (a range down from the Primadonna) is now £500 pretty much everywhere, this is a good good deal.


Could you explain how this machine differs from the 44.660.b amazon.co.uk/DeL…c=1

Looking to invest in my first bean to cup but can't really see any major differences?
Ozzi08/04/2019 08:00

Could you explain how this machine differs from the 44.660.b …Could you explain how this machine differs from the 44.660.b https://www.amazon.co.uk/DeLonghi-Eletta-ECAM-44-660-B-Black/dp/B00I6E7CWG/ref=asc_df_B00I6E7CWG/?tag=googshopuk-21&linkCode=df0&hvadid=231929076624&hvpos=1o1&hvnetw=g&hvrand=9922860206768362326&hvpone=&hvptwo=&hvqmt=&hvdev=m&hvdvcmdl=&hvlocint=&hvlocphy=1006752&hvtargid=pla-384107762605&psc=1&th=1&psc=1Looking to invest in my first bean to cup but can't really see any major differences?


That's the exact model I've got... It's ace!

I'm happy to be corrected but to my knowledge as far the expresso making part goes, I think they'd both be identical in terms of coffee quality. With the Eletta (and I can't see this not being the case for the Primadonna), you have a lot of choice as to coffee length and strength. The milk type is controlled by a dial on both machines where you go from hot(tish) milk through to a dense cappuccino foam.

With the Primadonna, you get a few more features like the snazzy display and the ability to control the machine from an app (I've never used the app but it seems like technology for technology's sake... It's not like it can bring the coffee to you!). The only benefit I can see to the app is that it may make some of the settings easier to find rather than ploughing through menus a la the Eletta (to be honest though, it's not that difficult once you spend a bit of time with it).

If you can get the Costco deal, I'd probably go for that (like everyone here, I like my value for money!) but you won't be disappointed with the Eletta you linked to. Whatever you go for, get a water filter jug to use and consider a warranty from the store if you can (delonghi customer service gets some shocking reviews). For what it's worth, I paid £450 from CurrysPcWorld and another £100 for a 5yr warranty (where they guarantee you're not without a machine for more than 7days).

Best of luck with your purchase... Let us know if there's anything I missed.
danston08/04/2019 10:08

That's the exact model I've got... It's ace! I'm happy to be corrected but …That's the exact model I've got... It's ace! I'm happy to be corrected but to my knowledge as far the expresso making part goes, I think they'd both be identical in terms of coffee quality. With the Eletta (and I can't see this not being the case for the Primadonna), you have a lot of choice as to coffee length and strength. The milk type is controlled by a dial on both machines where you go from hot(tish) milk through to a dense cappuccino foam. With the Primadonna, you get a few more features like the snazzy display and the ability to control the machine from an app (I've never used the app but it seems like technology for technology's sake... It's not like it can bring the coffee to you!). The only benefit I can see to the app is that it may make some of the settings easier to find rather than ploughing through menus a la the Eletta (to be honest though, it's not that difficult once you spend a bit of time with it). If you can get the Costco deal, I'd probably go for that (like everyone here, I like my value for money!) but you won't be disappointed with the Eletta you linked to. Whatever you go for, get a water filter jug to use and consider a warranty from the store if you can (delonghi customer service gets some shocking reviews). For what it's worth, I paid £450 from CurrysPcWorld and another £100 for a 5yr warranty (where they guarantee you're not without a machine for more than 7days). Best of luck with your purchase... Let us know if there's anything I missed.


What a fantastic response, thank you ever so much for taking the time to write that amount of detail.

I was hoping to pick up the Eletta in the pretend Amazon Warehouse sale today but unfortunately it didn't feature. We can't really stretch to £500 so we are going to wait it out until it falls to a level within budget. However now we know which model we want we'll wait for it rather than jumping on another deal.

Thanks again
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