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Gaggia Baby Espresso Machine down to £172.49 (usually £229.99)
Gaggia Baby Espresso Machine down to £172.49 (usually £229.99)

Gaggia Baby Espresso Machine down to £172.49 (usually £229.99)

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Gaggia make pretty much the best home use espresso machines that you can buy. I have been using one of their Classic machines for a few years at home and can't imagine life without my perfect crema espressos!

I have just been looking for a similar machine for my office and spotted this on the House of Fraser site. This is easily the cheapest around (cheaper than the Italian import versions). I know it's a lot of money for a coffee maker, but if you are reading this then you probably already know that it's worth it (edit: and if you are reading this and clicking cold then you probably weren't in the market for something like this anyway - so why bother?)

Edit: If you want the Brushed Steel Classic I've just seen it for £199 here (maturionline.co.uk/scr…asp?idproduct=556&gclid=CIrw04HBtJECFQNFMAodU3PAOQ)

Ciao!

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A better deal may be:

A selected range of Nearly New machines are available for sale at attractive prices. All machines are checked thoroughly and come with a 12 month warranty.

homewares.co.uk/ - Click Machines then click Nearly New Machines at bottom.

I bought one and it was like new but cost half price.

If you want a better machine:

wogancoffee.co.uk/

Keith

Original Poster

Hmmmm, recon Classic is same price as brand new, and the Baby is the older model and only £22 cheaper. Worth watching though - thanks! :thumbsup:

If you are really serious about decent coffee it is worth investing in the Delonghi EAM3500. Bean to cup espresso or cappuccino at the touch of one button.
Best current price £499 at Amazon, but worth every penny.

Original Poster

Thanks termite - I will probably stick with what I know. I'm a little bit anal about my coffee and spent as much on my burr grinder as my espresso machine - I like the 'hands on' feel of the semi-automatic machines such as the Gaggia rather than push a button and wait bean-to-cup's.
I am currently seriously considering bringing my Gaggia Classic into my office and getting an Ascaso for home. Cheers - Nick

[QUOTE][I like the 'hands on' feel of the semi-automatic machines such as the Gaggia rather than push a button and wait bean-to-cup's.
/QUOTE]
Why wait?

It's nice that you and your colleagues have got time to waste.

Original Poster

termite;1557171

It's nice that you and your colleagues have got time to waste.



You mean, as opposed to spending time trawling this site?

Time spent in pursuit of perfection is never wasted. You have much to learn grasshopper...

termite;1557050

If you are really serious about decent coffee it is worth investing in … If you are really serious about decent coffee it is worth investing in the Delonghi EAM3500. Bean to cup espresso or cappuccino at the touch of one button.Best current price £499 at Amazon, but worth every penny.



Your missing out on sooooooooooooo much :-D
Mind you the wife thinks I am off my head mucking about with beans , grinders , frothing milk etc :-D

BTW , Isnt the classic on House of Fraser site a better deal anyway ?
you get the cups , frothing jug , shaker and some coffee inluded for £199 !!
seen them at about £250 without the extras
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NickBug;1557894

You mean, as opposed to spending time trawling this site?Time spent in … You mean, as opposed to spending time trawling this site?Time spent in pursuit of perfection is never wasted. You have much to learn grasshopper...



As I thought, you're the sort that prefers self abuse.
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