DOLCE GUSTO by Krups Lumio KP138BUN Coffee Machine Bundle now £59.99 - Machine + Travel mug + Pod Holder + Pods @ Currys
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DOLCE GUSTO by Krups Lumio KP138BUN Coffee Machine Bundle now £59.99 - Machine + Travel mug + Pod Holder + Pods @ Currys

£59.99£79.9925%Currys Deals
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Refreshed 18th Jul (Posted 11th Jul)
Free C&C or delivery, good bundle to get you started


- Krups Lumio Coffee Machine
- Stainless steel travel mug
- Rotating pod holder
- Box of Americano coffee pods
- Instruction booklet

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Top features:

- Get professional quality coffee in your own kitchen

- Over 40 drinks varieties to choose from

- Minimalist, compact design fits neatly into any kitchen

- Coffee on-the-go with handy accessories

Professional quality coffee

It's easy to get coffee shop level drinks in your own home with the Krups Lumio Coffee Machine.

The Lumio delivers high quality drinks with one press of a button. Everything needed for a delicious drink is inside your chosen Dolce Gusto pod. All you need to add to the machine is water, which means no fuss and no mess. Because the coffee grinds remain in the pod after use, there is also virtually no clean up - simply discard the used pod and enjoy your drink.

Over 40 drinks varieties

From long black Americano to frothy Latte Macchiato, creamy hot chocolate to a soothing Chai tea Latte - it's impossible to get bored. There are so many options that everyone in the family will be able to find a drink they love. Try them all and find your new favourite.

Minimalist, compact design

With all its technology stored neatly in the base, the Lumio is compact yet stylish and will fit snugly into any kitchen or worktop space. With a convenient eco-mode, the Lumio will turn off automatically after one minute for an efficient and safe performance.

Coffee on-the-go

Need to grab a drink on your way out the door? This Travel Kit includes a modern and practical stainless steel travel mug so you can make your coffee to go. To help you stay organised, there's a rotating pod holder so you can see what pods you've got at a glance, and there's even a box of delicious Americano coffee pods to get you started.
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Question to people who already have that one. How much is working out per one coffee on average? Which decent machine would you recommend with low cost per pod? I feel the initial cost is important but not as important as what you are going to pay afterwards for coffee. Thanks.
About 50p a coffee for the 2 pod ones, poundstrecher £3.89 a box, Asda/Tesco £4 a box (sometimes 3for 12).
I buy 3 boxes of those pods for £10 at Amazon, just use the subscribe and save...
No one should buy these. Environmentally nasty machines.
Cheap pods at Lidl nowadays, 2-pod 8-drink boxes/bags for £2.89 I think...
Martin_W23 m ago

No one should buy these. Environmentally nasty machines.


If I did everything I *should* do according to greeny-types, I’d be living in a hole under grass wondering if I was allowed to set a fire to keep the bears away at night, or if that would be environmentally unfriendly. I give up.
Martin_W26 m ago

No one should buy these. Environmentally nasty machines.


Yet you're typing from something that used oil to make energy, mining materials or plastic.
Martin_W2 h, 14 m ago

No one should buy these. Environmentally nasty machines.


You must be fun at parties
eldaniel8 h, 35 m ago

Question to people who already have that one. How much is working out per …Question to people who already have that one. How much is working out per one coffee on average? Which decent machine would you recommend with low cost per pod? I feel the initial cost is important but not as important as what you are going to pay afterwards for coffee. Thanks.


15-25p per coffee depending on deals. Getting the right pod type is massively important depending on your taste too
Felipe.Lopes20 h, 36 m ago

I buy 3 boxes of those pods for £10 at Amazon, just use the subscribe and …I buy 3 boxes of those pods for £10 at Amazon, just use the subscribe and save...



same here you can also join some coffee plan on amazon for discount each month.

there used to be a guy on ebay that was from Germany or Belgium did great deals on milk and coffee in bags not in boxes.
Think was 4 bags for £10 saving £5 on boxes but cant find him no more
eldaniel11th Jul

Question to people who already have that one. How much is working out per …Question to people who already have that one. How much is working out per one coffee on average? Which decent machine would you recommend with low cost per pod? I feel the initial cost is important but not as important as what you are going to pay afterwards for coffee. Thanks.


£1 per drink, but I have a really nasty Dirty Chai Latte habit (2 capsules for the Chai Latte and 2 capsules for the Espresso), but they come out as good, if not better than Starbucks, I can make them from home, and they don't cost me £3.49. To be honest, if I was only using it for regular coffees, I'd just go with instant from Aldi (which we also keep in the house) or I'd splurge on bean-to-cup if I wanted fresh ground coffee.

If you're keen on cappucinos or lattes though, this might be a good choice.
Just picked up this same machine after seeing it here on HUKD from Debenhams. Definitely a better machine than my previous one (finally died after 5+ years of almost daily use). There are a couple of little things that bother me about it (ie. the water reservoir is on the back, so if you have it on a counter it can be fiddly to get it off and back on without moving the machine, the capsule container is a new design that tends to get splashes of milk or coffee on it when I empty it), but all in all, it's much more solidly built than the previous machine. It also heats up quicker and is quieter (you could easily make a coffee downstairs in a kitchen without waking up people upstairs).

I've just realized my machine is definitely a De'Longhi. They look very similar though, was the same price, and mine came with the same travel cup/pod holder set. It was £60 down from £110 though, so not sure if that's just because Debenhams is more expensive, or if the De'Longhi is a better machine. I wouldn't use my "review" above as an endorsement of this machine, but leaving it intact anyway.
Edited by: "djbumrush" 13th Jul
djbumrush13th Jul

Just picked up this same machine after seeing it here on HUKD from …Just picked up this same machine after seeing it here on HUKD from Debenhams. Definitely a better machine than my previous one (finally died after 5+ years of almost daily use). There are a couple of little things that bother me about it (ie. the water reservoir is on the back, so if you have it on a counter it can be fiddly to get it off and back on without moving the machine, the capsule container is a new design that tends to get splashes of milk or coffee on it when I empty it), but all in all, it's much more solidly built than the previous machine. It also heats up quicker and is quieter (you could easily make a coffee downstairs in a kitchen without waking up people upstairs).I've just realized my machine is definitely a De'Longhi. They look very similar though, was the same price, and mine came with the same travel cup/pod holder set. It was £60 down from £110 though, so not sure if that's just because Debenhams is more expensive, or if the De'Longhi is a better machine. I wouldn't use my "review" above as an endorsement of this machine, but leaving it intact anyway.



That's a lot of jazz to write,.just to then cross it out..

Kindest regards
djbumrush13th Jul

£1 per drink, but I have a really nasty Dirty Chai Latte habit (2 capsules …£1 per drink, but I have a really nasty Dirty Chai Latte habit (2 capsules for the Chai Latte and 2 capsules for the Espresso), but they come out as good, if not better than Starbucks, I can make them from home, and they don't cost me £3.49. To be honest, if I was only using it for regular coffees, I'd just go with instant from Aldi (which we also keep in the house) or I'd splurge on bean-to-cup if I wanted fresh ground coffee.If you're keen on cappucinos or lattes though, this might be a good choice.


That Chai Latte is the only reason I got one of these machines. Use a n'espresso for everything else.
Martin_W11th Jul

No one should buy these. Environmentally nasty machines.


You can buy refillable pods, and just use ground coffee (or grind your own beans) instead.
monsterbooty19th Jul

You can buy refillable pods, and just use ground coffee (or grind your own …You can buy refillable pods, and just use ground coffee (or grind your own beans) instead.


Or even buy a bean to cup machine instead, just putting it out there
Chasloyal21st Jul

Or even buy a bean to cup machine instead, just putting it out there


True, but I just use a Krups grinder that was twenty quid, a cafetiere, and cheap milk frother for lattes/cappuccinos. I used to use a pod machine, but found a lot of the coffee tasted bitter, was overpriced, and was crap at frothing milk.
monsterbooty7 h, 4 m ago

True, but I just use a Krups grinder that was twenty quid, a cafetiere, …True, but I just use a Krups grinder that was twenty quid, a cafetiere, and cheap milk frother for lattes/cappuccinos. I used to use a pod machine, but found a lot of the coffee tasted bitter, was overpriced, and was crap at frothing milk.


I still use a cafetière myself from time to time but at the end of the day it's very difficult to beat the convenience of a bean to cup machine.

I drink my coffee black so don't even bother with all the frothing nonsense although the missus does. I've found toning down the strength takes the bitter edge away on the slightly stronger beans.
Chasloyal4 h, 31 m ago

I still use a cafetière myself from time to time but at the end of the day …I still use a cafetière myself from time to time but at the end of the day it's very difficult to beat the convenience of a bean to cup machine.I drink my coffee black so don't even bother with all the frothing nonsense although the missus does. I've found toning down the strength takes the bitter edge away on the slightly stronger beans.


I like different types of coffee, so don't mind all the preparation like grinding and frothing etc. I found most pre-prepared coffee to be either bitter or stale. Even the strongest coffee beans don't taste half as bitter as some pre-ground stuff. Just depends on how long it's been sitting on the shelf, even in a sealed pack.
monsterbooty23 m ago

I like different types of coffee, so don't mind all the preparation like …I like different types of coffee, so don't mind all the preparation like grinding and frothing etc. I found most pre-prepared coffee to be either bitter or stale. Even the strongest coffee beans don't taste half as bitter as some pre-ground stuff. Just depends on how long it's been sitting on the shelf, even in a sealed pack.


It's gone 11AM, let's talk beer

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