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Miele Bean To Cup Coffee Machine CM5500 £599.89 @ Costco
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Miele Bean To Cup Coffee Machine CM5500 £599.89 @ Costco

£599.89 Free P&P FreeCostco Deals
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Posted 17th Jun
You will need a Costco online membership @ £15 per year.

Seems a good deal. Normal Price over £700.00

Product Description

Boasting advanced technology as well as Miele's distinctive design, the CM5500 Bean-to-Cup Coffee Machine brings a barista-quality experience into your home, so you can enjoy your own blend of delicious coffee, day after day.

In perfect harmony with perfect coffee, it's the optimum interplay of components – grinder, brew unit and pump – that ensures a superb coffee experience.

Easy Cleaning machine hygiene made easy: removable components and automatic cleaning processes guarantee cleanliness.

OneTouch for Two: Two coffees at once at the touch of a button with extra programmes for making one or two cappuccinos or latte macchiatos

Features
  • Creamy milk froth for coffee specialities
  • Perfect results and intense coffee flavour
  • Two coffees at once at the touch of a button
  • Convenient cleaning for care and maintenance.
  • Personal coffee experience
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Probably worth noting that Costco now accept credit cards and PayPal, if anyone wants to spread the cost of larger purchases
Edited by: "IndianaBlues" 17th Jun
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Nice machine, look for the Melitta machines too as they both use the same internals on a few models. Obviously if you prefer the look of this one then ignore that.
Probably worth noting that Costco now accept credit cards and PayPal, if anyone wants to spread the cost of larger purchases
Edited by: "IndianaBlues" 17th Jun
IndianaBlues17/06/2020 11:48

Probably worth noting that Costco now accept credit cards and PayPal, if …Probably worth noting that Costco now accept credit cards and PayPal, if anyone wants to spread the cost of larger purchases


This is the best and worst thing for me I’ve heard today
Look so much nicer than the delonghi machines, no idea in one performance though
mrme17/06/2020 13:10

Look so much nicer than the delonghi machines, no idea in one performance …Look so much nicer than the delonghi machines, no idea in one performance though


I found this:
trustedreviews.com/rev…300

The only real negative that I've picked up from that review (other than no americano function) is that you need to buy the milk flask separately. I'm presuming from that you can't just dip the milk tube into a bottle of milk...or perhaps you can??
Ooooh... that pretty.....
The thing with fully automatic bean to cup machines is they all end up breaking. I've had 4 since 2011, a delonghi, a saeco and 2 melittas (not cheap machines). They all performed alright for a while, but eventually they clog and give up despite regular cleaning and descaling. I'm sure repairs and servicing is a solution but it seemed a very expensive option, buying new always seemed easier and quicker.

The grind and tampering dry coffee and then expelling used wet grounds is a difficult and messy task for a machine to perform well and efficiently. I've now got a sage barista touch.. the coffee is superior, miles apart. I could never get a decent shot from a fully automatic using fresh beans and always found they performed best with supermarket beans like lavazza. With the sage, the grinder is far better than anything I've ever seen on a fully automatic. As there is no brew group to get clogged in coffee oil I am confident it will live a longer life. It's a bit more effort, but personally I would prefer to spend 5 mins making one perfect cup then a constant on tap supply of vending machine coffee.
scoon17/06/2020 20:45

The thing with fully automatic bean to cup machines is they all end up …The thing with fully automatic bean to cup machines is they all end up breaking. I've had 4 since 2011, a delonghi, a saeco and 2 melittas (not cheap machines). They all performed alright for a while, but eventually they clog and give up despite regular cleaning and descaling. I'm sure repairs and servicing is a solution but it seemed a very expensive option, buying new always seemed easier and quicker.The grind and tampering dry coffee and then expelling used wet grounds is a difficult and messy task for a machine to perform well and efficiently. I've now got a sage barista touch.. the coffee is superior, miles apart. I could never get a decent shot from a fully automatic using fresh beans and always found they performed best with supermarket beans like lavazza. With the sage, the grinder is far better than anything I've ever seen on a fully automatic. As there is no brew group to get clogged in coffee oil I am confident it will live a longer life. It's a bit more effort, but personally I would prefer to spend 5 mins making one perfect cup then a constant on tap supply of vending machine coffee.


I've had my delonghi for 4 years it's never missed a beat, it's used everyday too
MeDDers18/06/2020 14:54

I've had my delonghi for 4 years it's never missed a beat, it's used …I've had my delonghi for 4 years it's never missed a beat, it's used everyday too


Fair play. Bear in mind me and my misses work from home and are heavy users, i.e approx 7 a day each. That's 5,000 espressos a year! 🙀 Maybe that's the problem!

Aside from longevity, the sage is still miles apart on quality of coffee produced imo
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