Philips Senseo Coffee Machine £23.68 - Tesco Direct
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Philips Senseo Coffee Machine £23.68 - Tesco Direct

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Found 18th Apr 2007
Black coffee machine, uses Senseo Douwe Egberts coffee pods. 0.75L water tank. 8 cup capacity. Variable coffee strength.

Part of Tesco Direct's deal of the day. Priced between £40 and £60 elsewhere.

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Can these use the generic pods or do they have to be douwe egberts?

Editor

Thanks, good price jcooper :thumbsup:

Home delivery is £4.85 or you can order online and collect at your local stor for free !

http://direct.tesco.com/pi/Product/8/100-4758F_C.jpg

Editor

Seems to be the douwe egberts coffee pods thespacecowboy

Anti-drip Device : No
Brand : Philips
Colour : Black
Cup Capacity : 8
Milk Frother : No
Pod Type : Senseo Douwe Egberts coffee pods
Product Depth : 31.7 cm
Product Height : 34 cm
Product Width : 21.2 cm
Special Features: Auto off
Variable Coffee Strength : Yes
Warming Plate : No
Water Tank : Removable
Water Tank in Litres : 0.75

You can get "Eco-Pods" for these, which are refillable - you put in your favourite ground coffee, making the range virtually endless. These are brilliant, and work out at just a couple of pence a cup as apposed to the 10-20p per cup using the shop bought pods.

Tesco also have their own range of pods for these, in their "Premium" range, work out a few pence cheaper than the Douwe Egberts ones.

thespacecowboy

Can these use the generic pods or do they have to be douwe egberts?



Nah its just dowe egberts that comes with it, bit like a new washing machine with a brand freebie w/powder in it. You can use generic pods as long as the pod size is 62mm your ok.

I like Tescos own brand myself [mentioned previously] Theres loads of places sell the pods online like coffeepodshop.co.uk/sho…e=1

Use ours daily, great m/c and well priced imo

Thanks. Does it make nice cappuccio's cafe creme? Most of the pods seems to be just variants of flavours and strenghts of coffee. Will it froth?

They create a "crema" layer, which is quite thick. When using the Eco Pads and finely ground coffee, the layer is so thick you can stand a plastic stirrer upright in it and it wont move, even when moving the cup around!

out of stock - good price tho!

Ah coffee pods. Like Soda Stream for adults.

love that senseo coffee man - drinking one now.......aaaaaaahhhhhh.....nice

kjsav123

You can get "Eco-Pods" for these, which are refillable - you put in your … You can get "Eco-Pods" for these, which are refillable - you put in your favourite ground coffee, making the range virtually endless. These are brilliant, and work out at just a couple of pence a cup as apposed to the 10-20p per cup using the shop bought pods. Tesco also have their own range of pods for these, in their "Premium" range, work out a few pence cheaper than the Douwe Egberts ones.



Do you have a link to anywhere that sells the EcoPods? I've tried a quick google search, and it's coming up with nothing in the UK.

Try typing in 'ecopad' on fleabay - they are about £5 delivered for 2 - from Germany. Amazon marketplace has some - but much more expensive. They seem to be really into their coffee pods in Germany, Holland etc and that seems to be the best source.

Here's an Ecopad review if anyone is interested....

]REVIEW

http://www.pixlgeek.com/images/ecopad1.jpg

Asda had some of the 18-pod packs for just under £2, or you can buy them from Holland (at [url]www.coffeepodshop.co.uk[/url] :-)). My last purchase was a mixed set of 6x36-pod packs @ £3 each + £6 postage, so effectively the same price, but a better choice.

I bought this machine when it first came out at £49.99
I was very unimpressed with it,
The coffee is not that great and comes out luke warm,
And you have to use the 2 cups button to get one decent size cup of coffee from it.

I got mine for £20 from Amazon just before Xmas and I think it's great - good coffee, quick, easy to clean. Loads of different pods out there, and the option to make your own, with the ecopad. Can't go wrong IMHO.

I bought one justbefore Xmas & I'm really pleased with it.

Just ordered some ecopads too - thanks for the pointer there.

I have to agree with MrPinchPenny, lukewarm coffee, and not much of it!:x

All gone now by the looks of it

Does anyone know if these deals are available instore? I am going into a Tescos tomorrow and thought I would have a look.

I have had one for about a year and a half, and I adore it. Coffee from mine has never been luke warm ever. In fact to hot to drink, especially if you pre warm the system (and cup) by pressing the one cup button without a pod in, as recommended.

I have to agree I use two pods and the two cup button for a single large cup of coffee on occasions. You can now get Extra Dark pods which are really quite excellent.

I can quite honestly say I have become addicted to the Senseo and that caffeine buzz :w00t:

Not a philips Senseo but a Flavia

Anyone use a Flavia coffee machine? £79.99 on Flavia website.
Just wondered if any good and if anyone knew anywhere cheaper for one.

Thanks

crystaleve

Does anyone know if these deals are available instore? I am going into a … Does anyone know if these deals are available instore? I am going into a Tescos tomorrow and thought I would have a look.



I'm not sure about the machines, but the last time I was in Tesco they had the pods on offer at 2 for £2, so if want a machine, it might be worth checking if that deal is still on ;).

crystaleve

Does anyone know if these deals are available instore? I am going into a … Does anyone know if these deals are available instore? I am going into a Tescos tomorrow and thought I would have a look.



i saw this instore today for the same price, i know u have prob been in by now but incase someone else is looking
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