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GAGGIA COFFEE MACHINE £125 DELIVERED !!
GAGGIA COFFEE MACHINE £125 DELIVERED !!

GAGGIA COFFEE MACHINE £125 DELIVERED !!

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It makes nice coffee.

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Please add more details to your posts Thanks.

Original Poster

rayman

Please add more details to your posts Thanks.



(sigh) I added a picture and a link......there's just no pleasing some people....

Bobo

(sigh) I added a picture and a link......there's just no pleasing some … (sigh) I added a picture and a link......there's just no pleasing some people....



short and sweet !!!
Better than half a page of specifications.

Too pricey though for my tastes.

GAGGIA CUBIKA MODEL 74511The design objective of the CUBIKA was to … GAGGIA CUBIKA MODEL 74511The design objective of the CUBIKA was to accommodate as many features of a top of the range machine in a small home model capable of satisfying the needs of a wide audience. With a neat brushed stainless steel casing, large cup warmer and built with traditional GAGGIA technology it is capable of making a perfect espresso using ground coffee or easy serving espresso POD. CUBIKA can even make a perfect tea using our steam tea preparation method. Features Traditional Frother Side Filling removable Water Tank Aluminium Alloy Filter Holder 750 Watt Power 15 bar Pump Large Cup Warmer

Original Poster

here are some more " details "

Gaggia was founded over 50 years ago by Achille Gaggia and is synonymous throughout the world with espresso and cappuccino coffee. Achille Gaggia produced the first modern steamless coffee machine on 5th September 1938. Gaggia's ingenious idea of forcing water pressure to flow over the coffee grounds produced the 'crema' that has made espresso coffee world famous.

:-D

Original Poster

rayman



in other words click on the link....it is that simple if you need further info

Does it have HDMI and MP3 player?

Banned

Bobo

in other words click on the link....it is that simple if you need further … in other words click on the link....it is that simple if you need further info



Bobo posts **** bargains...........it's that simple

Banned

it makes nice coffee............ at that price i expect breakfast in bed and the ironing done:w00t:

Original Poster

talkshop

Does it have HDMI and MP3 player?



naturally, like all good coffee machines :thumbsup:

Original Poster

SHOWMAN36

Bobo posts **** bargains...........it's that simple



your simple ;-)

Original Poster

sassie

it makes nice coffee............ at that price i expect breakfast in bed … it makes nice coffee............ at that price i expect breakfast in bed and the ironing done:w00t:



sadly it is merely a coffee machine :roll:

Direct from Gaggia UK: Same machine with 120 Coffee pods for £99 all in.
[url]www.gaggia.co.uk[/url]
click on shop then special offers

... or this is the direct link: gaggia.uk.com/cub…htm

CUBIKA Coffee offer

UK DELIVERIES ONLY

Normal Price £139.00
# Special offer: £72.00 when you purchase: 120 GAGGIA Intense coffee pods:£27.00
Total price £99.00
This price is based on a nearly new machine fully checked and guaranteed for 24 months

Bobo

sadly it is merely a coffee machine :roll:


It may just be a 'Coffee Machine' but the post cracked me up, :giggle: :giggle: :giggle: :giggle:
Any more 'Hot Deals' coming?

Original Poster

dinosteveus

It may just be a 'Coffee Machine' but the post cracked me up, :giggle: … It may just be a 'Coffee Machine' but the post cracked me up, :giggle: :giggle: :giggle: :giggle: Any more 'Hot Deals' coming?



glad it raised a smile, congrats to ben_edwards (EVEN THOUGH IT IS NOT BASED ON A BRAND NEW MACHINE) for the even cheaper price (I have not ordered one myself yet so you have saved me even more money), I love this site......apart from the small minority of nipples who insist on making derogatory comments about fellow members (the moderators should really sort them out as it somewhat spoils what otherwise is a very good site) :thumbsup:

I have had two Gaggia coffee makers and there is no better for Esspresso. Voted hot. This is a good price.

mikmac1

I have had two Gaggia coffee makers and there is no better for Esspresso. … I have had two Gaggia coffee makers and there is no better for Esspresso. Voted hot. This is a good price.



LOL, so good that ben edwards just beat it by £26 and 120 coffee pods **sigh**

ben_edwards2612

Direct from Gaggia UK: Same machine with 120 Coffee pods for £99 all … Direct from Gaggia UK: Same machine with 120 Coffee pods for £99 all in.[url]www.gaggia.co.uk[/url]click on shop then special offers... or this is the direct link: http://www.gaggia.uk.com/cubikaspecialsummary.htmCUBIKA Coffee offer UK DELIVERIES ONLYNormal Price £139.00# Special offer: £72.00 when you purchase: 120 GAGGIA Intense coffee pods:£27.00Total price £99.00This price is based on a nearly new machine fully checked and guaranteed for 24 months

Original Poster

Scribbles

LOL, so good that ben edwards just beat it by £26 and 120 coffee pods … LOL, so good that ben edwards just beat it by £26 and 120 coffee pods **sigh**



YES but mine is brand new

ben_edwards was " NEARLY NEW "

Originally Posted by ben_edwards2612
Direct from Gaggia UK: Same machine with 120 Coffee pods for £99 all in.
[url]www.gaggia.co.uk[/url]
click on shop then special offers

... or this is the direct link: gaggia.uk.com/cub…htm

CUBIKA Coffee offer

UK DELIVERIES ONLY

Normal Price £139.00
# Special offer: £72.00 when you purchase: 120 GAGGIA Intense coffee pods:£27.00
Total price £99.00
This price is based on a nearly new machine fully checked and guaranteed for 24 months

fully checked and guaranteed for 24 months

I have no problem with refurbs that are backed up by a substantial warranty

Original Poster

Scribbles

fully checked and guaranteed for 24 monthsI have no problem with refurbs … fully checked and guaranteed for 24 monthsI have no problem with refurbs that are backed up by a substantial warranty



nearly new is not the same as brand new and thus could explain the price difference (chucking in coffee pods as an incentive) think about it

Bobo

nearly new is not the same as brand new and thus could explain the price … nearly new is not the same as brand new and thus could explain the price difference (chucking in coffee pods as an incentive) think about it



Hey. Don't waste yr time arguing up your case. We've already decided by voting hot (or not) which deal's the best. hotukdeals.com/for…gif

And thanks for not providing a half page of data like so many do.hotukdeals.com/for…gif

Original Poster

chrisj

Hey. Don't waste yr time arguing up your case. We've already decided by … Hey. Don't waste yr time arguing up your case. We've already decided by voting hot (or not) which deal's the best. http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/images/smilies/icon_wink.gifAnd thanks for not providing a half page of data like so many do.http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/images/smilies/whistling2.gif



I know. I know. Welcome to our ' friendly ' community by the way.

Cheap Electricals suggest a 24 month warranty from them would cost an additional £27 though. Ignoring the coffee, going nearly new direct from the manufacturer saves you £53.

I'd suggest that ben_edwards1612's find was the 'hot' deal. A google.co.uk for 'gaggia cubika' produces the cheapelectricals link with little effort (and at least as much detail as you gave in your original post).

I agree that deals with far too much description/specification waste space but yours could almost have been a deal request (I've been looking for ... and found it at $PRICE: has anyone else seen it cheaper?). There didn't seem to be any indication as to why you felt it was hot.

I had one of these and have to say this model was rubbish. Although it does make coffee, it's not so well put together as gaggia's more expensive models and feels flimsy.

normal

I had one of these and have to say this model was rubbish. Although it … I had one of these and have to say this model was rubbish. Although it does make coffee, it's not so well put together as gaggia's more expensive models and feels flimsy.



Which model would you go for?
I dont know much about these things but was looking to get one but not spend any more than £150.

beastman

Which model would you go for?I dont know much about these things but was … Which model would you go for?I dont know much about these things but was looking to get one but not spend any more than £150.



I have a Gaggia Classic. This will come in a bit over budget, but having used several cheaper ones on a daily basis and broken them all I would suggest spashing the cash. I got mine from Costco for about £179 (three years ago) and its still going strong.

Original Poster

czantra

Cheap Electricals suggest a 24 month warranty from them would cost an … Cheap Electricals suggest a 24 month warranty from them would cost an additional £27 though. Ignoring the coffee, going nearly new direct from the manufacturer saves you £53.I'd suggest that ben_edwards1612's find was the 'hot' deal. A google.co.uk for 'gaggia cubika' produces the cheapelectricals link with little effort (and at least as much detail as you gave in your original post).I agree that deals with far too much description/specification waste space but yours could almost have been a deal request (I've been looking for ... and found it at $PRICE: has anyone else seen it cheaper?). There didn't seem to be any indication as to why you felt it was hot.



I obviously thought it was a good price given their good reputation hence the post and felt compelled to share this with others. You see that is what a forum such as this is for. Yet invariably there are always the odd rotten apples who just whinge and moan....

" I'd suggest " you focus your energies elsewhere.....like searching for a 'life' instead :roll:

Bobo

I obviously thought it was a good price given their good reputation hence … I obviously thought it was a good price given their good reputation hence the post and felt compelled to share this with others. You see that is what a forum such as this is for. Yet invariably there are always the odd rotten apples who just whinge and moan...." I'd suggest " you focus your energies elsewhere.....like searching for a 'life' instead :roll:



Maybe the reason that people are voting it cold and "whinging" is becase it actually isn't a very good deal, maybe?
This forum is a place where people decide what they think is a good deal. Not a place where posters are expected to suck up to the OP ;-)

Original Poster

Scribbles

Maybe the reason that people are voting it cold and "whinging" is becase … Maybe the reason that people are voting it cold and "whinging" is becase it actually isn't a very good deal, maybe?This forum is a place where people decide what they think is a good deal. Not a place where posters are expected to suck up to the OP ;-)



LOL :giggle: ........that made me laugh

INFAMY ! INFAMY ! seriously though you should really get out more :roll:

as Michael Winner would say " calm down dear....."

have a coffee or something eh ? ;-)

LOL
I aim to please ;-)

I have read bad reviews on this machine, if you want easy and good Espresso get a Nespresso machine, i just got one with 20% off from Debenhams.

diverse

I have read bad reviews on this machine, if you want a pretend … I have read bad reviews on this machine, if you want a pretend :whistling: Espresso get a Nespresso machine, i just got one with 20% off from Debenhams.



Seriously if you want a good espresso machine for little money you should look on ebay at a Gaggia classic. They go for less than £100 delivered - I got mine for bout £85 :w00t: The box did arrive looking like parcelforce had given it a good beating, but the coffee machine is built like a tank. If you open them up they are easily serviceable which is a novelty today! If you get it off ebay give it a good clean and soak the boiler in citric acid solution or a descaler, particularly if it comes from nearer the equator where they have brick hard water :roll:

If you get one of these machines you'll have to get a good grinder (like a gaggia mdf NOT gaggia ML or anything like that) and beans from t'internet. Supermarket beans WILL be wasted on it (although Booths are ok (if your're up North - Londoners thats not Birmingham more like Lancashire :roll: )

I can vouch for the quality of the Gaggia range, if you really enjoy your coffee then the extra cash you spend on this will be worthwhile, there is a world of difference between the coffee/espresso made with this and a £30 supermarket/cheap brand alternative.
If you just like the odd cup and aren't too fussed it probably makes more sense to choose the latter (or a jar of Nescafe). If you're going to invest the cash, then get a decent burr grinder as well and pay for decent beans (Illy are very nice)

I bought mine via the Gaggia refurb site with the free pods mentioned above, and have had no problems with it all, it actually looked brand new when it arrived.....

ben_edwards2612

Seriously if you want a good espresso machine for little money you should … Seriously if you want a good espresso machine for little money you should look on ebay at a Gaggia classic. They go for less than £100 delivered - I got mine for bout £85 :w00t: The box did arrive looking like parcelforce had given it a good beating, but the coffee machine is built like a tank. If you open them up they are easily serviceable which is a novelty today! If you get it off ebay give it a good clean and soak the boiler in citric acid solution or a descaler, particularly if it comes from nearer the equator where they have brick hard water :roll:If you get one of these machines you'll have to get a good grinder (like a gaggia mdf NOT gaggia ML or anything like that) and beans from t'internet. Supermarket beans WILL be wasted on it (although Booths are ok (if your're up North - Londoners thats not Birmingham more like Lancashire :roll: )


White vinegar is very good for descaling but you stink like a chippie

I have one of the old Woolworths one, 15 bar that everyone raved about about 3-4 years ago. Is this noticably better? I only have Tim Hortons which is already ground. When I switch it on, I have to stop halfway thru the cup for the water to reheat, and the light to go out again, does that happen with these?
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