Melitta bean to cup coffee machine at Hughes for £284 (code sc15)
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Melitta bean to cup coffee machine at Hughes for £284 (code sc15)

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Found 27th Jan
Great coffee machine Melitta Caffeo Solo and Perfect Milk. On website is £299 but if You using "sc15" code at checkout price is drop down £15. Also available on silver
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Thanks for posting @Luk_Kraw I've added the code to your title just in case members don't see it in the description. Cheers!
From all bean 2 cup coffee machines we had , only DeLonghi and Saeco were good at making perfect coffee.
Rimi49 m ago

From all bean 2 cup coffee machines we had , only DeLonghi and Saeco were …From all bean 2 cup coffee machines we had , only DeLonghi and Saeco were good at making perfect coffee.


Any particular models? I have the esam 4200 but wondering whether some of the more expensive models make an even better espresso
donslibi2 m ago

Any particular models? I have the esam 4200 but wondering whether some of …Any particular models? I have the esam 4200 but wondering whether some of the more expensive models make an even better espresso


Your model is far better than this one here advertised.
Saeco Royal Gran Crema is better than Esam 4200.
Rimi1 h, 38 m ago

Your model is far better than this one here advertised.Saeco Royal Gran …Your model is far better than this one here advertised.Saeco Royal Gran Crema is better than Esam 4200.


Can You say something more why ESAM4200 it is far better than Melitta?. I was checked test, rating and customer reviews and all says something different
donslibi1 h, 54 m ago

Any particular models? I have the esam 4200 but wondering whether some of …Any particular models? I have the esam 4200 but wondering whether some of the more expensive models make an even better espresso


The more expensive models have features such as quieter grinder, doppio, and one touch cappuccinos. If you only use it for the espresso I would stick to what you have.
Luk_Kraw1 h, 1 m ago

Can You say something more why ESAM4200 it is far better than Melitta?. I …Can You say something more why ESAM4200 it is far better than Melitta?. I was checked test, rating and customer reviews and all says something different


Despite being older model, ESAM4200 is more reliable and makes better tasting coffee.
If I was after bean2cup coffee machine - I would go for DeLonghi range.
Rimi13 h, 50 m ago

From all bean 2 cup coffee machines we had , only DeLonghi and Saeco were …From all bean 2 cup coffee machines we had , only DeLonghi and Saeco were good at making perfect coffee.


Yes De'Longhi makes good coffee far better than this machine
I have the model without the milk frother, makes fantastic coffee in my opinion
donslibi14 h, 42 m ago

Any particular models? I have the esam 4200 but wondering whether some of …Any particular models? I have the esam 4200 but wondering whether some of the more expensive models make an even better espresso



The more expensive Delonghi machines are better than the cheaper ones. I've had several ESAM 4200 models and hated the coffee they produced - really wasn't impressed at all. Then got several more expensive ECAM 23.420 models which were noticeably better at producing coffee but the grinder was rubbish - had it on finest setting and it was still not fine enough. Then spent more and got an Eletta Cappuccino which is what I'm using at the moment - this makes good coffee and is noticeably better at making coffee than the other two cheaper models. The grinder is also significantly better. The espresso it makes is definitely better but also it has a function where it can make long/american filter style coffee using a lower pressure which is actually really cool. Out of all three machines, it's the only one I've liked.
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Master_Yoda45 m ago

The more expensive Delonghi machines are better than the cheaper ones. …The more expensive Delonghi machines are better than the cheaper ones. I've had several ESAM 4200 models and hated the coffee they produced - really wasn't impressed at all. Then got several more expensive ECAM 23.420 models which were noticeably better at producing coffee but the grinder was rubbish - had it on finest setting and it was still not fine enough. Then spent more and got an Eletta Cappuccino which is what I'm using at the moment - this makes good coffee and is noticeably better at making coffee than the other two cheaper models. The grinder is also significantly better. The espresso it makes is definitely better but also it has a function where it can make long/american filter style coffee using a lower pressure which is actually really cool. Out of all three machines, it's the only one I've liked.


I disagree, having owed both the Eletta and now a new 2800 there is not a great deal between them other than convenience with the 1 touch functionality and I guess looks which is a personal choice. The Eletta does make fine Coffee and up to the job in a busy showroom providing it is serviced annually, ours has produced over 10k cups of coffee over the past 4 years and still does not miss a beat. However having recently bought a cheaper 2800 for the home I must say it has a better frother than the auto crema on the Eletta and the coffee if not quite as good is still lovely and unless you taste side by side would be hard to tell the difference, certainly punches above its weight at £200 when compared to the £850 we paid for the Eletta almost 5 years ago.

The Eletta if you can afford it is a great great machine, but when compared to other Delonghi models at a quarter the price, it's hard to justify the extra expense unless money is no object.
Edited by: "margamboy" 28th Jan
Master_Yoda8 h, 15 m ago

The more expensive Delonghi machines are better than the cheaper ones. …The more expensive Delonghi machines are better than the cheaper ones. I've had several ESAM 4200 models and hated the coffee they produced - really wasn't impressed at all. Then got several more expensive ECAM 23.420 models which were noticeably better at producing coffee but the grinder was rubbish - had it on finest setting and it was still not fine enough. Then spent more and got an Eletta Cappuccino which is what I'm using at the moment - this makes good coffee and is noticeably better at making coffee than the other two cheaper models. The grinder is also significantly better. The espresso it makes is definitely better but also it has a function where it can make long/american filter style coffee using a lower pressure which is actually really cool. Out of all three machines, it's the only one I've liked.


Thanks. Actually at the parents place now and we used their Eletta. Espresso is definitely better than the esam I have at home but wasn’t sure if it was the beans. I now have my answer
Would love a compact, no milk espresso machine. Perhaps the Jura A1 but not yet come across anyone who has tried it. Going to keep an eye out for an offer on the Eletta in the meantime.
margamboy10 h, 45 m ago

I disagree, having owed both the Eletta and now a new 2800 there is not a …I disagree, having owed both the Eletta and now a new 2800 there is not a great deal between them other than convenience with the 1 touch functionality and I guess looks which is a personal choice. The Eletta does make fine Coffee and up to the job in a busy showroom providing it is serviced annually, ours has produced over 10k cups of coffee over the past 4 years and still does not miss a beat. However having recently bought a cheaper 2800 for the home I must say it has a better frother than the auto crema on the Eletta and the coffee if not quite as good is still lovely and unless you taste side by side would be hard to tell the difference, certainly punches above its weight at £200 when compared to the £850 we paid for the Eletta almost 5 years ago. The Eletta if you can afford it is a great great machine, but when compared to other Delonghi models at a quarter the price, it's hard to justify the extra expense unless money is no object.



the eletta can be had for 325 - 350 - ish if one keeps a look-out for sale deals. eg Very were selling at 350-399 with 12months free interest .
wendy071 m ago

the eletta can be had for 325 - 350 - ish if one keeps a look-out for …the eletta can be had for 325 - 350 - ish if one keeps a look-out for sale deals. eg Very were selling at 350-399 with 12months free interest .



Yeh - I got mine for £329.
donslibi7 h, 5 m ago

Thanks. Actually at the parents place now and we used their Eletta. …Thanks. Actually at the parents place now and we used their Eletta. Espresso is definitely better than the esam I have at home but wasn’t sure if it was the beans. I now have my answer Would love a compact, no milk espresso machine. Perhaps the Jura A1 but not yet come across anyone who has tried it. Going to keep an eye out for an offer on the Eletta in the meantime.



Donslibi - just saw that Margamboy picked up a brand new Eletta today for £175 from House of Fraser with full warranty - omg... You should ask him to do a deal on it for you lol.
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