Morphy Richards 179000 Accents Nespresso Compatible Coffee Machine £39.99 @ Co-op members (easy sign up)
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Morphy Richards 179000 Accents Nespresso Compatible Coffee Machine £39.99 @ Co-op members (easy sign up)

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Found 27th Mar
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  • Nespresso-compatible pod coffee machine with large 1.4 litre detachable water tank for fewer refills
  • 19 bar pressure and 2 dispensing options so you can enjoy your favourite coffee shop-style drinks in the comfort of your own home
  • Slimline model with easy to use controls and foldable cup stand
  • Reduce those messy spills with the integrated drip tray

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Great price - anybody have one of these to comment on quality?
I bought one for my husband's birthday this year, with the frothy milk heater too. The coffee machine is ok, I still prefer the tassimo coffee but hate that you can't get refillable pods for tassimo so very wasteful. This machine also does small cups of coffee, no mugs here! The image shows a cup on the stand, it's an espresso cup as anything bigger falls off! I sound like I hate the machine, I don't really but just don't love it as much as the tassimo. One major positive over the Nespresso machines is the size of the tank, you're not having to fill it with every cup you make.
We had one in the office a few weeks ago which made really good coffee, so based on that and the price, I would recommend it’s worth a go!
I would call the jumbo water tank a negative not a positive. The best coffee, or tea, is made with freshly drawn water. Not getting fresh water each time is a bad thing. Several reviews mention cups falling off the stand which also sounds a bit poor.
banjomike1 h, 31 m ago

I would call the jumbo water tank a negative not a positive. The best …I would call the jumbo water tank a negative not a positive. The best coffee, or tea, is made with freshly drawn water. Not getting fresh water each time is a bad thing. Several reviews mention cups falling off the stand which also sounds a bit poor.


If your after the best cup of coffee you wouldn't be buying this anyway.
Bilbo196823 m ago

If your after the best cup of coffee you wouldn't be buying this anyway.


Agreed, I would not buy this one since I have my Nespresso sat on my worktop.
ohmum2 h, 16 m ago

I bought one for my husband's birthday this year, with the frothy milk …I bought one for my husband's birthday this year, with the frothy milk heater too. The coffee machine is ok, I still prefer the tassimo coffee but hate that you can't get refillable pods for tassimo so very wasteful. This machine also does small cups of coffee, no mugs here! The image shows a cup on the stand, it's an espresso cup as anything bigger falls off! I sound like I hate the machine, I don't really but just don't love it as much as the tassimo. One major positive over the Nespresso machines is the size of the tank, you're not having to fill it with every cup you make.


Tassimo is crap. Nespresso is much better but their own pods are mediocre. Cru kafr are good but there is a company which does 60p pods they are almost as good as proper fresh beans.
One thing about Tassimo is all the pods have the same amount of caffeine in them from caramel macchiato to strong espresso which is a bit limiting

I got a nespresso with aerocchino and 60 quid nespresso credit for 89.99 other day, better deal than this imo
OK I've gone right off it lol...
PsychoSonny1 h, 17 m ago

Tassimo is crap. Nespresso is much better but their own pods are mediocre. …Tassimo is crap. Nespresso is much better but their own pods are mediocre. Cru kafr are good but there is a company which does 60p pods they are almost as good as proper fresh beans.


Who does the 60p pods?
So this is not a tower computer case then?!
khirsah4 h, 46 m ago

One thing about Tassimo is all the pods have the same amount of caffeine …One thing about Tassimo is all the pods have the same amount of caffeine in them from caramel macchiato to strong espresso which is a bit limiting I got a nespresso with aerocchino and 60 quid nespresso credit for 89.99 other day, better deal than this imo


Is that a deal still on going somewhere? Thanks
khirsah3 h, 8 m ago

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/nespresso-essenza-mini-coffee-machine-bundle-whiteblack-8999-argos-2914980#comment-33505428no no idea why cold as cheaper then everywhere else


I've used the aeroccino and it's a bit pants (compared to the frother I use). Plus £60 doesn't go as far as it should with genuine Nespresso pods...
PsychoSonny1 h, 16 m ago

colonna coffee


Looks interesting. I'll try a tester pack. Thanks.
these coffee machines always grab me ive got a tassimo machine, lidl espresso machine and a keurig from recently which i think produces excellent coffee especially as you can get empty pods and refill with your won coffee

this got my attention because of the 19 bar pressure meaning it gives off a crema unlike my keurig which i think is just a big filter coffee machine

by the way you can get it to take mugs the midway up coffee cup holder can either be removed or folded back into the machine and it has to options cup and mug

heres a video of it on youtube it appears the guy is using asda nespresso compatible pods with it and a big latte glass

wonder if it has refillable pods out there so i can get my own coffee grinds into it ? whats £39.99 these days cheap as chips

really tempted even though i dont need another coffee machine maybe one for the bathroom however

gregskellorn4 h, 46 m ago

I've used the aeroccino and it's a bit pants (compared to the frother I …I've used the aeroccino and it's a bit pants (compared to the frother I use). Plus £60 doesn't go as far as it should with genuine Nespresso pods...


Yes, but the fact is you are getting the Aeroccino which you can either use, or you can eBay it for probably £25-40 based on sold prices brand new if you dont want to use it or already have another device, and £60 is still £60 to spend on pods. Your talking 180-200 cups of coffee paid for for that money if you can get to a boutique, less if you need to pay P&P. Alternative coffees can be cheap as they like but you still have to buy those 200 pods.

so for £89.99 you can sell the aeroccino and get £30 back, and then get 200 pods, effectively negating the cost of the machine, or you can have this for £40 with no credit, no milk frother to sell or keep...Maybe its just me but I am struggling to see the advantage of a compatible machine for 40 vs a genuine nespresso machine for £90 with a load of coffee and a milk frother.
banjomike4 h, 40 m ago

Looks interesting. I'll try a tester pack. Thanks.


They are great but I couldn't justify paying 3 times as much as cru kafe capsules.

I use cru kafe almost exclusively now. I buy colonna maybe once a year as a treat at Christmas time.

I've tried a few others but they weren't that good.

Try cru kafe capsules better than Nespresso and cheaper too. I didn't like gourmesso seem to target the flavoured coffee drinker.
L’or ones are decent too

Taylors of Harrogate awful
PsychoSonny28th Mar

colonna coffee


Looks good. I have a subscription with Pact coffee and rate their capsules very highly. And the Cru Kafe as well.
khirsah28th Mar

Yes, but the fact is you are getting the Aeroccino which you can either …Yes, but the fact is you are getting the Aeroccino which you can either use, or you can eBay it for probably £25-40 based on sold prices brand new if you dont want to use it or already have another device, and £60 is still £60 to spend on pods. Your talking 180-200 cups of coffee paid for for that money if you can get to a boutique, less if you need to pay P&P. Alternative coffees can be cheap as they like but you still have to buy those 200 pods. so for £89.99 you can sell the aeroccino and get £30 back, and then get 200 pods, effectively negating the cost of the machine, or you can have this for £40 with no credit, no milk frother to sell or keep...Maybe its just me but I am struggling to see the advantage of a compatible machine for 40 vs a genuine nespresso machine for £90 with a load of coffee and a milk frother.


Maybe it's just me but I'd rather buy what I want for the right money than overpay for a badge and then mess about selling stuff I don't want on ebay.
gregskellorn1 h, 7 m ago

Maybe it's just me but I'd rather buy what I want for the right money than …Maybe it's just me but I'd rather buy what I want for the right money than overpay for a badge and then mess about selling stuff I don't want on ebay.


Suppose if thats your use case, thats your choice. Maybe its just me but I'd rather have £60 of coffee, a genuine Nespresso machine and the option of either using a milk frother or offsetting the cost of the machine by selling it.

Personally I'd also rather have a device that doesn't have a load of reviews suggesting that the machine often vibrates drinks off it's stand due to an inherent design flaw,

khirsah9 h, 19 m ago

Suppose if thats your use case, thats your choice. Maybe its just me but …Suppose if thats your use case, thats your choice. Maybe its just me but I'd rather have £60 of coffee, a genuine Nespresso machine and the option of either using a milk frother or offsetting the cost of the machine by selling it. Personally I'd also rather have a device that doesn't have a load of reviews suggesting that the machine often vibrates drinks off it's stand due to an inherent design flaw,[Image]


I didn't say this was a good deal (it isn't, I voted cold), I just said your alternative isn't any better.
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