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De'Longhi Vacuum Coffee Canister £14.95 prime / £19.70 non prime **Amazon**
De'Longhi Vacuum Coffee Canister £14.95 prime / £19.70 non prime **Amazon**

De'Longhi Vacuum Coffee Canister £14.95 prime / £19.70 non prime **Amazon**

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Same as the John Lewis offer, but from Amazon who have price-matched it. Useful for those who have Prime and don't have a John Lewis or Waitrose nearby for Click/Collect.

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Reviews are pretty poor.

Alansmithee

Reviews are pretty poor.



Think "pretty poor" is generous.
Edited by: "b1g1an" 3rd Jan

Had one of these for a couple of years, works really well but is heavy on the batteries (4 x AA)

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Alansmithee

Reviews are pretty poor.



I saw those reviews but they are all 4 years ago, hopefully they've fixed the product. In anycase, it's still a significant saving and therefore a deal for some seeing that it was £35 - I've bought one as I needed a new canister anyway.

Had one a few years ago but stopped working.
Also if you are using freshly roasted beans I found it best to let them degas for a few days in pressure relief bags before vacuuming.

The best container I've had is the Airscape by planetary design.
Works using a plunger type lid with release valve which expels any air when you close it down. It is not a vacuum and I feel it leaves more of the oils and aroma in the beans.

Quite expensive for what it is but well worth it.

I got one of these free when I registered my bean to cup machine with De'Longhi. Would not have wanted to have paid £30 for it, but just about ok at £15. Works ok as a coffee bean holder but I wouldn't bank on the vacuum property working for too long.
Edited by: "stephenashforth" 3rd Jan

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callum84

Had one a few years ago but stopped working.Also if you are using freshly … Had one a few years ago but stopped working.Also if you are using freshly roasted beans I found it best to let them degas for a few days in pressure relief bags before vacuuming.The best container I've had is the Airscape by planetary design.Works using a plunger type lid with release valve which expels any air when you close it down. It is not a vacuum and I feel it leaves more of the oils and aroma in the beans.Quite expensive for what it is but well worth it.


Looks like a good system, although it still leaves air in the canister, just not much of it. Their Marketing suggests it 'destroys' oxygen! I would argue that is against modern science!

charlesb224

I saw those reviews but they are all 4 years ago, hopefully they've fixed … I saw those reviews but they are all 4 years ago, hopefully they've fixed the product. In anycase, it's still a significant saving and therefore a deal for some seeing that it was £35 - I've bought one as I needed a new canister anyway.


There are several poor reviews from the last year or two, plus one posted today! Will gove this a wide berth.

charlesb224

Looks like a good system, although it still leaves air in the canister, … Looks like a good system, although it still leaves air in the canister, just not much of it. Their Marketing suggests it 'destroys' oxygen! I would argue that is against modern science!


Lol
Ive not read the marketing.

Yeah it does leave a little air but have had nothing but good results with it, no intricate parts to go wrong either.

The DeLonghi also gave good results, think Ill buy another see how this one goes.
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