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Morphy Richards Vector pour-over filter coffee machine - Cream / Black - £19 Asda instore - Chester Greyhound Park
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Morphy Richards Vector pour-over filter coffee machine - Cream / Black - £19 Asda instore - Chester Greyhound Park

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Posted 19th SepAvailable: National

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Currently £49.99 at Argos and Amazon.
I bought one for £39 a couple of months ago, I've been very happy with it for this price. Seems to have more technology in it than the entry-level £50 Dolce Gusto machines.

Having used a few types of coffee pod machines I massively prefer this. If you're happy making decent, normal coffee rather than funny things with Italian names that I don't really understand, you're much better off with a filter coffee machine. Much cheaper buying ground coffee and much better for the environment.

Uses a pour-over, cupcake shape filter to avoid the bitterness the older cone filters can extract from the most-used beans at the bottom of the cone. There is a built-in reusable filter, but you can use paper filters too for ease-of-cleaning.

Has a hotplate for keeping your brewed coffee warm and a clock, so can be programmed to brew automatically in the morning.

Found instore, Chester Greyhound Park Asda.
Out of stock and £49 on George Online.
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In hindsight I should probably have checked if the toasters etc on the same display and from the same collection were also heavily reduced, but only occurred to me when uploading this pic, oops.
Pretty decent machine. Love the timer function. The keep warm function only last 25 minutes but you can keep restarting it if you need it longer. Anyone know what size of filters to use? I’ve just been using it without one but would make cleaning easier to just lift the used coffee out.
Hastie8619/09/2019 15:37

Pretty decent machine. Love the timer function. The keep warm function …Pretty decent machine. Love the timer function. The keep warm function only last 25 minutes but you can keep restarting it if you need it longer. Anyone know what size of filters to use? I’ve just been using it without one but would make cleaning easier to just lift the used coffee out.


These fit perfectly.
Isn't this just a filter coffee machine then? They're trying to make it fancy by calling it a pour-over
With taste of plastic
flash2k19/09/2019 18:08

With taste of plastic


Not sure why it'd taste of plastic, and in any case, there's much less plastic involved than the Tassimo / Nespresso / Dolce Gusto pod-type machines where each individual portion of coffee is cased in plastic for months/years before being drunk.
Fatso66619/09/2019 17:41

Isn't this just a filter coffee machine then? They're trying to make it …Isn't this just a filter coffee machine then? They're trying to make it fancy by calling it a pour-over



Sounds like a teasmade for coffee drinkers

'Morphy Richards has combined the superior taste of manual pour over coffee with the ease and convenience of a programmable machine. It's perfect for those who enjoy the true taste of coffee but want it delivered quickly and conveniently. Pour over is becoming increasingly popular due to the fuller, smoother, less bitter tasting coffee it produces. The pour over uses two key features to create this unique flavour: . Firstly, a 'cupcake' shaped filter which allows for a more even flow of water over the coffee grounds, delivering a smoother taste, unlike traditional cone filter which can over-extract the coffee in the narrowest part of the filter, resulting in a bitter taste. Secondly, the specifically adapted brewing process which mirrors the manual methods used by baristas. This process initially delivers a small volume of water over the grounds and allows the coffee a few minutes to 'bloom' (releases carbon dioxide and extracts the flavours), before dispensing the rest of the water. This machine also comes with a programmable timer which allows you to wake up to fresh coffee every morning, plus an adjustable coffee strength selector so you can tailor the flavour intensity to your taste.'
Fatso66619/09/2019 17:41

Isn't this just a filter coffee machine then? They're trying to make it …Isn't this just a filter coffee machine then? They're trying to make it fancy by calling it a pour-over


Yes, it's a filter coffee machine like any other, only "difference" is it uses a cupcake-shaped filter instead of a cone-shaped filter because it supposedly tastes better.

Don't know if it actually makes any difference - but pretty much every filter coffee machine is pour-over / cupcake filter these days. Even the cheapest one Argos sell. At a glance, I can't see any filter machines on Argos that aren't pour-over.
Edited by: "sneakybifta" 19th Sep
sneakybifta19/09/2019 18:17

Yes, it's a filter coffee machine like any other, only "difference" is it …Yes, it's a filter coffee machine like any other, only "difference" is it uses a cupcake-shaped filter instead of a cone-shaped filter because it supposedly tastes better. Don't know if it actually makes any difference - but pretty much every filter coffee machine is pour-over / cupcake filter these days. Even the cheapest one Argos sell. At a glance, I can't see any filter machines on Argos that aren't pour-over.


Cone actually produces a slightly better coffee than a cupcake. If you look at manual pour overs the V60 and Chemex are both popular tools and use cone filters

The real use of a cupcake filter is that it's much easier to get a decent consistent brew from it. Cone is much more finicky
had one of these and got rid as it always produced a pour cup of coffee that tasted of plastic. Not sure if I just could taste it more than others but I found it terrible and tried everything to get rid of the taste.
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