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Krups Arabica Digital, Bean to Cup, Coffee Machine, Silver, Automatic - £349.99 @ Amazon
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Krups Arabica Digital, Bean to Cup, Coffee Machine, Silver, Automatic - £349.99 @ Amazon

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This bean to cup machine provides barista-quality espresso, long coffee and Cappuccino made easy
The Arabica's generous 1.7L water tank and 250g bean container makes up to 10 coffees
Intuitive control panel with easy-to-read, extra-large LCD screen and simple menus for ultra-easy operation
Three temperature settings and three grinding levels, plus



adjustable coffee Strength and water volume, for customized results
Manual steam nozzle for café-quality coffee, frothy cappuccinos; easy to clean for maximum hygiene and convenience
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These are good, if it helps justify the price, a pod costs about 20p a pop, so it will pay for itself after about 6-12 months...also the coffee is better.
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 10th Apr
zcaprd710/04/2020 14:31

These are good, if it helps justify the price, a pod costs about 20p a …These are good, if it helps justify the price, a pod costs about 20p a pop, so it will pay for itself after about 6-12 months...also the coffee is better.


You’d have to drink 5-10 coffees a day by that math. The true cost needs to consider both scenarios fully:

1. pod machine (£70?) + £0.30 per pod (decent ones)
2. bean to cup machine + £0.15 per coffee (decent beans).

It then depends on how many drinks you have over a given period. For example, if you drink 4 coffees day in the household then it’s:

1. £946 over 2 years
2. £788 over 2 years
Edited by: "Thyme" 10th Apr
Thyme10/04/2020 14:44

You’d have to drink 5-10 coffees a day by that math. The true cost needs t …You’d have to drink 5-10 coffees a day by that math. The true cost needs to consider both scenarios fully:1. pod machine (£70?) + £0.30 per pod (decent ones)2. bean to cup machine + £0.15 per coffee (decent beans).It then depends on how many drinks you have over a given period. For example, if you drink 4 coffees day in the household then it’s:1. £946 over 2 years2. £788 over 2 years


Sounds about right... Chuck in some doubles, me and the Mrs seems to manage about that in the mornings!
Deal of the Day ? Really ? This is cheap model from Krups - not £550 price range like Amazon suggests... cheaper on germany site without any promo anyway...
amazon.de/-/p…8-3
I got mine from the delonghi ebay shop...
Which is best? This or the De’Longhi ECAM23.420 Bean to Cup Coffee Machine posted yesterday?
For info, I mainly drink cappuccino, so getting the milk hot is important to me.
Thanks
Nearly ordered one of the nespresso deals earlier and now this.

So this or a delonghi
Same price from currys eBay store
Nice - the black colour is even cheaper at £334.99. So tempted
This is a fairly poor machine, and that is from experience. Bought this for £250 from Amazon a while back as a replacement machine for my mother. The espresso it produces are fairly average and the milk frothing extremely poor. I bought her the Sage Creatista Plus a few weeks back - much better machine in all respects and the nespresso pods workout better for someone only drinking a coffee or two per day - fresh beans are normally best at 1-3weeks old, so for the occasional use it probably cheaper to buy the pods at 30-50p than it is throwing away cheap/stale beans. The milk frothing of the Sage Creaitista Plus is probably en per with some of the best machines out there, espies important for those wanting a decent flat white or cappuccino.
I had the non digital version of this and it served me well for nearly 3 years until I replaced it. Good after sales care from Krups too.
pavel7610/04/2020 14:50

Deal of the Day ? Really ? This is cheap model from Krups - not £550 price …Deal of the Day ? Really ? This is cheap model from Krups - not £550 price range like Amazon suggests... cheaper on germany site without any promo anyway...https://www.amazon.de/-/pl/dp/B00WM7P7L6/ref=mp_s_a_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=krups+ea8178&qid=1586525831&sr=8-3


Yep, just checked Amazon.de comes as £295, depending how you can pay. I normally use TW sk that includes exchange fees and everything. Might be tempted but my delonge still goes strong after 3 years.
ktm66610/04/2020 15:00

Which is best? This or the De’Longhi ECAM23.420 Bean to Cup Coffee Machine …Which is best? This or the De’Longhi ECAM23.420 Bean to Cup Coffee Machine posted yesterday? For info, I mainly drink cappuccino, so getting the milk hot is important to me. Thanks


If this helps I’ve got this one

delonghi.com/en-…010

And it’s been fab for the past 2 and half years. It’s done “100,000 miles” now. May need an upgrade but still purring nicely.
flity710/04/2020 17:26

If this helps I’ve got this one h …If this helps I’ve got this one https://www.delonghi.com/en-gb/products/coffee/coffee-makers/automatic-coffee-makers/autentica-etam-29510b-0132220010And it’s been fab for the past 2 and half years. It’s done “100,000 miles” now. May need an upgrade but still purring nicely.


Ha! Another one to throw into the mix! Thanks
I got my Krups one from Amazon Germany for £245 last year. They are very good and you can make the full range of coffees. Saves us money too as we used to buy 2 x 200g of Gold blend a week , we like our coffee
yorkie1210/04/2020 19:24

I got my Krups one from Amazon Germany for £245 last year. They are very …I got my Krups one from Amazon Germany for £245 last year. They are very good and you can make the full range of coffees. Saves us money too as we used to buy 2 x 200g of Gold blend a week , we like our coffee


Indeed, you'd think the instant would be cheap, but it's not either, and doesn't compare to freshly ground coffee...
Edited by: "zcaprd7" 10th Apr
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