KRUPS Dolce Gusto Melody 3 - Hot Drinks Machine £45.00 from £99.99 - Currys
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KRUPS Dolce Gusto Melody 3 - Hot Drinks Machine £45.00 from £99.99 - Currys

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Found 25th Apr 2014
Just bought this as home warming gift for a friend, arrived today and she is over the moon!

Quick and easy to use, the Krups Dolce Gusto Melody 3 Hot Drinks Machine is a convenient way for you to make barista quality coffee at home in seconds.

Simple operation

The Dolce Gusto Melody 3 boasts intuitive operation - simply fill the 1.3 litre removable reservoir, insert a Nescafé Dolce Gusto pod and press the button to enjoy coffee shop quality when you need it most.

Creating virtually no mess and ready in seconds, the Melody 3, with a maximum 15 bar pressure, is perfect for coffee lovers who want quick and easy caffeine without the wait.

7 Comments

Bought this yesterday from currys love it xx

I've a slightly better one than this that uses the same capsules.... But can say the coffee from these machines to me is far better than the tassimo I had before. Added some heat

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Tomofife

I've a slightly better one than this that uses the same capsules.... But … I've a slightly better one than this that uses the same capsules.... But can say the coffee from these machines to me is far better than the tassimo I had before. Added some heat



How much was your one? What make?

Paid £54.99 a couple of weeks ago for this and the coffee is excellent
Wide range of coffee pods available and even a couple of teas as well
The pods are currently on offer in asda 3 boxes for £10
Great price....heat added

I see the Krups Picculo EDG200 is currently £39.99 does anyone know if there is any real difference between the two, other than the tank capacity? Thanks

iantay1989

How much was your one? What make?



A Delonghi One.... has a variable dispense and a larger water tank. £99.

I assume the quality of the drinks are the same as the capsules are the same but this one gives more choice in the amount of water going through. I find that on the setting that the drink suggests, there is still a lot of milk/coffee/whatever left in the capsule so a larger drink can be made

Tomofife

A Delonghi One.... has a variable dispense and a larger water tank. £99.I … A Delonghi One.... has a variable dispense and a larger water tank. £99.I assume the quality of the drinks are the same as the capsules are the same but this one gives more choice in the amount of water going through. I find that on the setting that the drink suggests, there is still a lot of milk/coffee/whatever left in the capsule so a larger drink can be made



I have just bought the piccolo but it is made by DeLonghi and not Krups. Only difference that I can see is that there is no automatic or variable water level. You have to measure or work out how much to fill the cup. A bit of a nuisance but not much one can do after using it if realising afterwards you would rather have paid a bit more for one that is automatic. What I do until I have tried the different ones and memorised favourites is measure out the water into a cup first and note where it comes up to. A bit of a hassle if one of the ones that uses two pods, but it does make a lovely very fast drink.
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