Ninja Coffee Bar Auto-iQ Brewer with Thermal Carafe £84.99 @ Amazon/Very
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Ninja Coffee Bar Auto-iQ Brewer with Thermal Carafe £84.99 @ Amazon/Very

£84.99£179.9953%Amazon Deals
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Found 20th Jan
Seems like a great price. Just slightly over the lowest ever price on Amazon (£83.99)

Model with the Glass carafe also available for £79.99 on both Amazon and Very.

Short video about the machine below

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Blatant animal cruelty. These poor African even-toed ungulate mammals are being used as nothing more than the facility to have your own Starbucks at home!


Shameful, etc..
I have this, it's hands down the best coffee machine I've had. Much better than pod machines. I'd definitely recommend it.
ToastyBuns2 h, 11 m ago

I have this, it's hands down the best coffee machine I've had. Much better …I have this, it's hands down the best coffee machine I've had. Much better than pod machines. I'd definitely recommend it.


Uh oh. I was feeling strong but your comment has roped me in. It looks like it might be a huge lot more effort than a pod machine...no doubt the coffee is better, though! Does it cost an awful lot of time to make a good cup with it? Currently using a drip which I'm pretty happy with
ShortyRees5 h, 9 m ago

Uh oh. I was feeling strong but your comment has roped me in. It looks …Uh oh. I was feeling strong but your comment has roped me in. It looks like it might be a huge lot more effort than a pod machine...no doubt the coffee is better, though! Does it cost an awful lot of time to make a good cup with it? Currently using a drip which I'm pretty happy with


is this not a drip machine too?
ShortyRees8 h, 44 m ago

Uh oh. I was feeling strong but your comment has roped me in. It looks …Uh oh. I was feeling strong but your comment has roped me in. It looks like it might be a huge lot more effort than a pod machine...no doubt the coffee is better, though! Does it cost an awful lot of time to make a good cup with it? Currently using a drip which I'm pretty happy with


It only takes a few minutes, the grounds are moistened with a little water first (how it's done in coffee shops apparently) before making the full cup and you can heat up and froth your milk at the same time. It gives you a recipe and instruction book with precise amounts of coffee needed for whichever drink and mug you choose, as well as the amount of milk needed for latte/cappuccino etc. Word of warning though, use half the amount of coffee they recommend, it's American!
ToastyBuns2 h, 23 m ago

It only takes a few minutes, the grounds are moistened with a little water …It only takes a few minutes, the grounds are moistened with a little water first (how it's done in coffee shops apparently) before making the full cup and you can heat up and froth your milk at the same time. It gives you a recipe and instruction book with precise amounts of coffee needed for whichever drink and mug you choose, as well as the amount of milk needed for latte/cappuccino etc. Word of warning though, use half the amount of coffee they recommend, it's American!


That's brilliant! Thank you ToastyBuns. You should ask for commission

Sorry to keep questioning you, can the milk frother go in the microwave to heat the milk (without the metal bits, obviously)?
Edited by: "ShortyRees" 21st Jan
barkinglama5 h, 41 m ago

is this not a drip machine too?


It's certainly not a V60, which is what I'm using.
Ended up getting a bean to cup but came really close to pushing the button on this over Christmas. Reviews seemed really good for basic drip machine function and most of us just want s decent long coffee, but the other brew settings are supposed to be pretty impressive. Price is hot and you see these going for about £50-60 second hand so can always flog if it's not what's expected
ShortyRees4 h, 12 m ago

That's brilliant! Thank you ToastyBuns. You should ask for commission That's brilliant! Thank you ToastyBuns. You should ask for commission Sorry to keep questioning you, can the milk frother go in the microwave to heat the milk (without the metal bits, obviously)?


Yes you put the milk in the frother, up to the guide line (for whatever drink/mug size) and heat it in the microwave. Then you put in the plunger and 10 seconds later you have frothy milk! It's much better than the electric ones that never seem to get it hot enough. I paid £100 for mine a year ago and I use it every day.
ToastyBuns4 h, 22 m ago

Yes you put the milk in the frother, up to the guide line (for whatever …Yes you put the milk in the frother, up to the guide line (for whatever drink/mug size) and heat it in the microwave. Then you put in the plunger and 10 seconds later you have frothy milk! It's much better than the electric ones that never seem to get it hot enough. I paid £100 for mine a year ago and I use it every day.


Aaaand I'm sold. Huge thanks ToastyBuns! I hope it serves me just as well!
Just bought one off Facebook, hope it's good
I ordered one of them shark vacuum things direct off their website a few months ago and had a choice of free gift, I chose this ninja coffee bar as my free gift, mines the one with the glass carafe.... both vacuum and coffee bar are both absolutely amazing, both used daily, highly recommended!.... so now I hoover happily cord free with ease whilst taking in the fresh delicious aroma of brewing coffee!!
P.S I would personally recommend using paper filters (got about 300 for a few quid on amazon) much easier to just lift out once cooled and bin rather than having to wash mesh filter
It's up to 99 now, just as I'd read up enough to persuade myself it was a good buy at 85. Is it worth 99?
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Honestly- I think so. I bought one for work, used it for two weeks and then bought one for home. I’ve been trying different settings etc and yet to taste a bad cup
I bought mine brand new off market place on Facebook for £40,makes fantastic coffee!
Edited by: "LARDYBOY" 21st Feb
Pinksparkles197316th Feb

P.S I would personally recommend using paper filters (got about 300 for a …P.S I would personally recommend using paper filters (got about 300 for a few quid on amazon) much easier to just lift out once cooled and bin rather than having to wash mesh filter


What size filters did you use please x.
LARDYBOY5 h, 17 m ago

What size filters did you use please x.


Hi, they are AromaBrown size 4
LARDYBOY45 m ago

Thank you x


You're welcome!
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