Philips Saeco Intuita Bean-to-Cup Coffee Machine HD8750/88  £187.50 @ John Lewis
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Philips Saeco Intuita Bean-to-Cup Coffee Machine HD8750/88 £187.50 @ John Lewis

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Found 3rd Jun 2014
Update:
Silver out of stock online now, but should still be available in store
Black in stock (HD8750/18) link below

We were in John lewis as they changed the price from £365 to £187.50

The silver one we picked up has the automatic milk frother even though its not shown on the picture

We purchsed this so did 2 of our friends and very pleased with it

Bean to cup machines are very expensive but if upgrading from a pod machine as we did it should pay for itself in under a year plus your have a huge choice of coffee to use

The Philips Saeco HD8750 bean-to-cup coffee machine has 5 adjustable grinding options to suit your coffee preference, as well as preserving flavour. A memo function ensures your favourite coffee is only a touch of a button away. A frothing arm provides creamy froth to top off your coffee and a 15 bar pressure ensures constant heating so you can always rely on the Saeco HD8750 for the perfect cup in the mornings. There is an automatic cleaning cycle after the coffee has been dispensed and a reminder to descale the machine.

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Thanks for sharing, I've added the price & retailer to your deals title as it helps people to see your deal better

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bigflump

Thanks for sharing, I've added the price & retailer to your deals title … Thanks for sharing, I've added the price & retailer to your deals title as it helps people to see your deal better


Thank you

The bean to cup machines are quite expensive normally. Having a milk frother is a bonus! Have some heat

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randall1uk

The Black one is even cheaper @ … The Black one is even cheaper @ £174.95http://www.johnlewis.com/saeco-hd8750-18-intuita-bean-to-cup-coffee-machine-black/p829053?navAction=jump

Yes thats half original price as well, although the black has the classic milk frother
Edited by: "swaleuk32" 3rd Jun 2014

Can you provide receipt bar code of the ones with the automatic cappuccino please? Thanks

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eaxlns

Can you provide receipt bar code of the ones with the automatic … Can you provide receipt bar code of the ones with the automatic cappuccino please? Thanks


Sorry can't get barcode but its this one:-
saeco.co.uk/aut…_88

swaleuk32

Yes thats half original price as well, although the black has the classic … Yes thats half original price as well, although the black has the classic milk frother



Not sure I understand your comment about the frother. Machines look identical to me except the colour of course.

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stephenashforth

Not sure I understand your comment about the frother. Machines look … Not sure I understand your comment about the frother. Machines look identical to me except the colour of course.


you can see them better here :- saeco.co.uk

Hot!

stephenashforth

Not sure I understand your comment about the frother. Machines look … Not sure I understand your comment about the frother. Machines look identical to me except the colour of course.



The silver one has an automatic frother: e.g. it pumps the milk through and foams it for you. The black one has a steam wand, which you use to froth milk in a container yourself.

As to which is "better" - is entirely down to personal preference. The steam wand gives you total control of your drink. The auto is quicker, with less faffing around, and no chance of getting it wrong.

Hot. Wish it was Christmas time so I Could ask for one =( they do monthly payments? Lol

Anything under £200 for Bean to Cup can't be bad and John Lewis extra warranty not a bad price.

Thanks - been looking for something like this for a while - Great price - Ordered for collection this week

Anyone know where to get good coffee beans from ?

I honestly tell you i have avoided HUKD for two months as my spending was getting silly and I had a holiday to pay for. One day back from said holiday and i sneak a peak and see this and BOOM, purchased. I love spending me, hot deal, thanks.

ps Register with Kidstart and get 3% (£5.62) cashback, it takes a while but it comes through.
Edited by: "jonhoggy" 3rd Jun 2014

My old Saeco needs repairing at a cost of £150 - so this is a no brainer. Ta OP.

Here's a video from YouTube showing how the milk frother works!

youtu.be/QCp…OEg

Ordered the silver one. Thanks !

So gutted...I bought the black one in December for £250 don't hesitate, it is a fantastic machine.

Going through checkout to buy the silver one and model number appears the same as the black one hd750/18 rather then hd8750/88.any ideas?

ashtad

Anyone know where to get good coffee beans from ?



hasbean.co.uk do some good stuff, Jailbreak blend is a good one or recently I've found the San Agustin from Whitards is pretty good too if you don't want to order online.

Indre

Going through checkout to buy the silver one and model number appears the … Going through checkout to buy the silver one and model number appears the same as the black one hd750/18 rather then hd8750/88.any ideas?


Yeah mine said that on the web checkout receipt, think its an error as it still quotes the machine as "silver" and the product code and pic shows the 8750/88.

Perfect timing. Ordered - thanks

ashtad

Anyone know where to get good coffee beans from ?



For freshly roasted at good prices

http://www.coffee-direct.co.uk/

For flavoured coffee at good prices

beaniesflavourco.co.uk/ind…tml
Edited by: "lee078" 4th Jun 2014

Possibly stupid question from a tea drinker here. Do these machines make regular coffee as opposed to tiny cups of super strength stuff? I mean if I wanted to buy a coffee machine for my mum to make regular mugs of good coffee to have at breakfast and throughout the day etc is this the best type of machine or should I be looking at something else?

try pactcoffee.com its amazing use code home for 1£ first order

yeah, this will make proper mugs rather than small thimbles, just do it, you won't regret it....

KendallC

Possibly stupid question from a tea drinker here. Do these machines make … Possibly stupid question from a tea drinker here. Do these machines make regular coffee as opposed to tiny cups of super strength stuff? I mean if I wanted to buy a coffee machine for my mum to make regular mugs of good coffee to have at breakfast and throughout the day etc is this the best type of machine or should I be looking at something else?

ashtad

Anyone know where to get good coffee beans from ?



Colombia.
Edited by: "Monkeybumcheeks" 4th Jun 2014

ashtad

Anyone know where to get good coffee beans from ?



Pact but 7 quid for 250grams... Quality and roasted fresh (ish)

Ordered one last night... Thank you!

Amg must not buy must not buy must not........

KendallC

Possibly stupid question from a tea drinker here. Do these machines make … Possibly stupid question from a tea drinker here. Do these machines make regular coffee as opposed to tiny cups of super strength stuff? I mean if I wanted to buy a coffee machine for my mum to make regular mugs of good coffee to have at breakfast and throughout the day etc is this the best type of machine or should I be looking at something else?



They have a setting where you can adjust the amount of water from an espresso to a full mug.

My Jura bean to cup is possibly one of the best things I ever bought , would definitely buy this is I didn't have one . Trying to get someone else to buy it now to appreciate the offer by proxy !! Heat added !

gcmarcal

They have a setting where you can adjust the amount of water from an … They have a setting where you can adjust the amount of water from an espresso to a full mug.



Don't do that - it will be disgusting!

Leave the machine on espresso volume, pull two espresso shots into the cup, and fill with almost boiling water. It's what's known as an "Americano". I don't know about these machines, but most (my Jura does) have the ability to pump hot water out of the steam wand.

bma1445

Don't do that - it will be disgusting!.



Its only disgusting if you buy low quality coffee.

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At the moment I use a coffee pod machine which I'm perfectly happy with in terms of the cup off coffee it produces (it's significantly better than any instant I've tried anyway) but it costs me 10-15p per cup (Americano). Anyone have any idea roughly how much this would cost per cup? Also how long does it take to make a cup, is it much hassle? Thanks

ashtad

Anyone know where to get good coffee beans from ?

I use Whittards for beans for my Saeco HD8751/88. Favoured 'Guatemalan Elephant' up until recently. I now use 'Bourbon Expresso' which are very nice. I use the second to finest grind for these, for reference.

Paul

lee078

Its only disgusting if you buy low quality coffee.



It will not taste great. You don't want to be pulling 250-300ml of hot water through espresso-ground coffee at high pressure. The result will not be a very nice drink.

You should never draw more than 60ml from one grind if you care about the flavour.

Edited by: "bma1445" 4th Jun 2014
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