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De'Longhi ESAM 4200 Bean to Cup machine Plastic, 1450W 1.8L Silver - £209.99 @ Amazon
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De'Longhi ESAM 4200 Bean to Cup machine Plastic, 1450W 1.8L Silver - £209.99 @ Amazon

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Posted 16th Dec 2019

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Great Bean to Cup coffee machine. Came down to £229.99 on Black Friday.

Was waiting for an ESAM 2800 or 2600 to come back down in price after Black Friday, but this is even better.
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Great price not seen it new for less.
Just about to post this. Same price as Black Friday. Again like this one only for a few hours.

This is cheaper than 2800 model
HEAT
Brilliant coffee maker...brilliant price! HOT HOT HOT 🔥🔥🔥
What’s the difference between the 2800 apart from looks
I’ve had a delonghi for nearly 6 years now and the thing has never skipped a beat!
Great price! I have a delonghi machine (different model) and use it a good few times a day.

Sat with an espresso whilst typing this
jezzery16/12/2019 07:03

What’s the difference between the 2800 apart from looks


Nothing
Thanks, was looking at this the other week. We live in an area with very hard water so worried that would damage the machine?
robinthebobin16/12/2019 08:05

Thanks, was looking at this the other week. We live in an area with very …Thanks, was looking at this the other week. We live in an area with very hard water so worried that would damage the machine?


You can set it for hard water as it does a cleaning cycle on every switch on, so no need to worry
robinthebobin16/12/2019 08:05

Thanks, was looking at this the other week. We live in an area with very …Thanks, was looking at this the other week. We live in an area with very hard water so worried that would damage the machine?


You could filter the water you refill the tank with? Also it does have a setting to alter your water hardness and then remind you to descale it regularly
weallliveinhope16/12/2019 08:10

You can set it for hard water as it does a cleaning cycle on every switch …You can set it for hard water as it does a cleaning cycle on every switch on, so no need to worry


mikedigitales16/12/2019 08:11

You could filter the water you refill the tank with? Also it does have a …You could filter the water you refill the tank with? Also it does have a setting to alter your water hardness and then remind you to descale it regularly



Thanks. I’ve been wanting to upgrade from the Nespresso machine for a while now so will give this a go.
Had mine for 4 years now and never had any issues. Temp not the hottest but just use rinse cycle to warm up cups and it's fine.

Keep looking at more expensive models but never find a justification to spend more.
I’ve been a fan of De’Longhi bean to cup machines for about 10 years. Used to have a more expensive model that foamed milk etc, lasted 9 years, over 20,000 cups of coffee (it had a counter) but cleaning of the milk jug was a faff.

Bought the ESAM 2800 this time last year for £180 along with a nespresso aeroccino and it does the same job. Have bought the 4200 as a present. Can’t recommend these machines enough for their price.
At this price - I couldn't resist.
Thanks for posting - heat added.
Roughly how long does it take to make a cuppa with one of these, do you need to let it warm up before using?
smaths16/12/2019 10:38

Roughly how long does it take to make a cuppa with one of these, do you …Roughly how long does it take to make a cuppa with one of these, do you need to let it warm up before using?


I turn machine on, heat milk for 1 min then add coffee to it. So I would say no more than a minute. If you have low water or waste needs emptying it’s an annoying distraction, but it really doesn’t need a lot to warm up at all.
robinthebobin16/12/2019 08:05

Thanks, was looking at this the other week. We live in an area with very …Thanks, was looking at this the other week. We live in an area with very hard water so worried that would damage the machine?


We live in a hard water area too. It prompts for a descale every 6 weeks or so but it depends on how much use it has. They do sell descaler and it’s a 10 minute job.

Have to admit, I don’t really descale mine much at all.... and they have still done me good.
emhudd16/12/2019 10:58

I turn machine on, heat milk for 1 min then add coffee to it. So I would …I turn machine on, heat milk for 1 min then add coffee to it. So I would say no more than a minute. If you have low water or waste needs emptying it’s an annoying distraction, but it really doesn’t need a lot to warm up at all.


Thanks. Been wondering what to get my husband for Christmas and this fits the bill
Dannyrobbo16/12/2019 07:33

I’ve had a delonghi for nearly 6 years now and the thing has never skipped …I’ve had a delonghi for nearly 6 years now and the thing has never skipped a beat!


I’ve just bought this and followed the instructions but every time I press the coffee cup button it makes a noise a loud click and doesn’t do anything! Any suggestions for what I’m doing wrong?
emhudd16/12/2019 11:00

We live in a hard water area too. It prompts for a descale every 6 weeks …We live in a hard water area too. It prompts for a descale every 6 weeks or so but it depends on how much use it has. They do sell descaler and it’s a 10 minute job. Have to admit, I don’t really descale mine much at all.... and they have still done me good.



I’ve just bought this and followed the instructions but every time I press the coffee cup button it makes a noise a loud click and doesn’t do anything! Any suggestions for what I’m doing wrong?
barijohn16/12/2019 08:25

Had mine for 4 years now and never had any issues. Temp not the hottest …Had mine for 4 years now and never had any issues. Temp not the hottest but just use rinse cycle to warm up cups and it's fine.Keep looking at more expensive models but never find a justification to spend more.



I’ve just bought this and followed the instructions but every time I press the coffee cup button it makes a noise a loud click and doesn’t do anything! Any suggestions for what I’m doing wrong?
Is there a door you can open at the front? Get the manual out and have a look at how to remove and refit the brew unit.
davidfowler1019/12/2019 13:12

I’ve just bought this and followed the instructions but every time I press …I’ve just bought this and followed the instructions but every time I press the coffee cup button it makes a noise a loud click and doesn’t do anything! Any suggestions for what I’m doing wrong?



also is there any alarm lighting you can see at the min?
Dannyrobbo19/12/2019 13:31

also is there any alarm lighting you can see at the min?


Managed to get it working I needed to do a full steam to flush out some water before it would work - thanks for you’re help really appreciate 🤟🏼
davidfowler1019/12/2019 16:31

Managed to get it working I needed to do a full steam to flush out some …Managed to get it working I needed to do a full steam to flush out some water before it would work - thanks for you’re help really appreciate 🤟🏼



I seem to remember it taking 5-10 cups before it had started making decent coffee. It’s been hammered ever since. I descale it only when it asks and always with the genuine stuff (it can be bad for a few quid) weather this has made a difference to its life I will never know.

There are some alternative stuff I forget what it needs to be but there are forums that tell you what to buy I think citric acid not lactic lol but please don’t quote me it may be the other way. I’ve always just bought the genuine stuff instead of saving a few quid.
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