KitchenAid 5KCM0402BOB Black Personal Filter Coffee Maker Hughes £39.99 Free Delivery @ Hughes
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KitchenAid 5KCM0402BOB Black Personal Filter Coffee Maker Hughes £39.99 Free Delivery @ Hughes

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Found 4th Jun 2017
These started at £99 then went to £45 now at £39.99 with free delivery. A very good price for the brand. Available in Almond as well for the same price.
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Or cream (red too), sorry it's from Hughes, not TJ Hughes but great deal! hughes.co.uk/sma…uct
£44 appears to be the average price elsewhere so rrp may not mean much.
I had one a while back. It seems like a good deal. If you want it to look stylish on your work top then 100% get it. It looks gorgeous. If you want it to make coffee. Meh. Firstly the coffee is never boiling hot. Its drinkable hot. Which in personal opinion a pain in the behind if your actually making it to take out, and that was just one of a string of issues I had with it. I ended up getting my money back after lots of complaining to debenhams. Apologies for being the one to cast darkness on this. There are many equally priced better coffee makers
lucyberridge

I had one a while back. It seems like a good deal. If you want it to look … I had one a while back. It seems like a good deal. If you want it to look stylish on your work top then 100% get it. It looks gorgeous. If you want it to make coffee. Meh. Firstly the coffee is never boiling hot. Its drinkable hot. Which in personal opinion a pain in the behind if your actually making it to take out, and that was just one of a string of issues I had with it. I ended up getting my money back after lots of complaining to debenhams. Apologies for being the one to cast darkness on this. There are many equally priced better coffee makers



THANK YOU!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! saved me from buying one, I want my on the coffee to stay hot!
lucyberridge

I had one a while back. It seems like a good deal. If you want it to look … I had one a while back. It seems like a good deal. If you want it to look stylish on your work top then 100% get it. It looks gorgeous. If you want it to make coffee. Meh. Firstly the coffee is never boiling hot. Its drinkable hot. Which in personal opinion a pain in the behind if your actually making it to take out, and that was just one of a string of issues I had with it. I ended up getting my money back after lots of complaining to debenhams. Apologies for being the one to cast darkness on this. There are many equally priced better coffee makers



Any coffee makers you could recommend for around this price? Genuinely curious because I've only seen incredibly expensive ones and not found any sites that can give reviews for these.

I got a nescafe one on sale in tesco at Christmas time.. same price, better value, more choice!! Check amazon, they have them on sale quite often


kwl147

Any coffee makers you could recommend for around this price? Genuinely … Any coffee makers you could recommend for around this price? Genuinely curious because I've only seen incredibly expensive ones and not found any sites that can give reviews for these.


Is this not a better quality and could use ground coffee or pods?

hughes.co.uk/sma…uct
lucyberridge

I had one a while back. It seems like a good deal. If you want it to look … I had one a while back. It seems like a good deal. If you want it to look stylish on your work top then 100% get it. It looks gorgeous. If you want it to make coffee. Meh. Firstly the coffee is never boiling hot. Its drinkable hot. Which in personal opinion a pain in the behind if your actually making it to take out, and that was just one of a string of issues I had with it. I ended up getting my money back after lots of complaining to debenhams. Apologies for being the one to cast darkness on this. There are many equally priced better coffee makers



Hate to come across as 'that guy' however, could you clarify please?
Coffee spoils when using boiling water anyway, which is why when you get coffee from a barrister the temp is a few degrees off 100C.
Is it the temp you'll get from a coffee shop or lower than that?
Thanks.
Edited by: "Holte_ender" 5th Jun 2017
Does anyone miss the days when the only way to have coffee was black or white and with or without sugar? Don't get me wrong... I'm a coffee drinker and have a bean to cup machine at home, but there's so much pretentiousness and snobbery around coffee these days (much like wine). People who go on about burr grinders, the precise temperature, the freshness of the beans, the crema, the precise brewing pressure, etc, etc!
ian_uk1975

Does anyone miss the days when the only way to have coffee was black or … Does anyone miss the days when the only way to have coffee was black or white and with or without sugar? Don't get me wrong... I'm a coffee drinker and have a bean to cup machine at home, but there's so much pretentiousness and snobbery around coffee these days (much like wine). People who go on about burr grinders, the precise temperature, the freshness of the beans, the crema, the precise brewing pressure, etc, etc!


Or even worse use stupid American versions of Italian like Skinny Latte!
Etel

I got a nescafe one on sale in tesco at Christmas time.. same price, … I got a nescafe one on sale in tesco at Christmas time.. same price, better value, more choice!! Check amazon, they have them on sale quite often



I've been using the Breville Express every morning for months. Doesn't matter which ground coffee you use.
So long as you keep the coffee black it produces a steaming hot coffee every time. Used in conjunction with my Contigo travel mug it gives fantastic results. All for £15 (the Contigo mug cost me more but keeps the coffee scalding hot.)
lianghe1984

Is this not a better quality and could use ground coffee or … Is this not a better quality and could use ground coffee or pods?http://www.hughes.co.uk/small-appliances/coffee-makers/dlt-84705/product



The Amazon reviews for this are terrible!
Edited by: "Pagemaster" 6th Jun 2017
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