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Sage SES875BKS The Barista Express Machine, Black Sesame £364.99 Amazon
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Sage SES875BKS The Barista Express Machine, Black Sesame £364.99 Amazon

£364.99£424.9514%Amazon Deals
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Posted 18th Nov 2019

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  • Dose-control grinding: integrated conical burr grinder grinds on-demand to deliver the right amount of freshly ground coffee directly into the portafilter for your preferred taste with any roast of bean.
  • Precise espresso extraction: "digital temperature control (PID) delivers water at precisley the right temperature, ensuring optimal espresso extraction. "
  • Micro-foam milk texturing: the steam wand performs at the level that allows you to hand texture Micro-Foam milk that enhances flavour and enables creation of latte art.
  • Grind Size dial: simple and intuitive, giving you control over the grind Size no matter what type of bean you're grinding.
  • Hands-free operation: innovative grinding cradle allows any at-home Barista to grind directly into the espresso portafilter.
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I bought mine this time last year in John Lewis on a deal and I paid £428 which at the time I thought was quite good, but it does seem to go up and down on price a few times a year. If I was in the market for one I would certainly buy this one while They have some stock left.
At the risk of insulting coffee connoisseurs, how would a latte made with this compare with McDonalds if finding decent beans? Mcdonals is currently my benchmark for a minimum quality latte!
sumpter18/11/2019 10:32

At the risk of insulting coffee connoisseurs, how would a latte made with …At the risk of insulting coffee connoisseurs, how would a latte made with this compare with McDonalds if finding decent beans? Mcdonals is currently my benchmark for a minimum quality latte!


This would be much better in my view and only a quarter of the price. Just don’t be tempted to buy the beans in bulk, they are better when used fresh
Rigermortice18/11/2019 08:30

Great price . the price becomes £358.99: with £6 extra off when you t …Great price . the price becomes £358.99: with £6 extra off when you top up your account.not sure wether to buy now or wait for further price drops


setup price alerts via camelcamelcamel.com and get alerted to any further price drops. Also looking at the GBP price history on the same site it shows this has been the lowest price its been since Feb 2015.
Can this boil water for tea?
Beat me to it.
My Sister in NZ has this - in stainlesss steel, and branded Breville. but exactly the same
Makes an excellent cup of Espresso.
Bargain at this price
sumpter18/11/2019 10:32

At the risk of insulting coffee connoisseurs, how would a latte made with …At the risk of insulting coffee connoisseurs, how would a latte made with this compare with McDonalds if finding decent beans? Mcdonals is currently my benchmark for a minimum quality latte!


McD always taste burnt to me and leaves a nasty after taste, I would imagine anything is better than a McD coffee.
Edited by: "Cunning-Stunts" 18th Nov 2019
sumpter18/11/2019 10:32

At the risk of insulting coffee connoisseurs, how would a latte made with …At the risk of insulting coffee connoisseurs, how would a latte made with this compare with McDonalds if finding decent beans? Mcdonals is currently my benchmark for a minimum quality latte!


I get where you're coming from. McD's is certainly acceptable.

I'd like a good machine for the house and to bring a flask each day to work. I've been buying a coffee each day so it would pay off in about six months!

And it'll taste nicer too :-)
Got one of these a while back for around £350 from AO e-bay (silver version), and absolutely love it - gets used multiple times a day I should probably look for better beans though, as just been getting them from Aldi mostly (perfectly nice mind)
I wish I could justify the £365 spend for a coffee machine. Looks brilliant
Bought this in April this year for £369 from Amazon the Silver version.

I was so close to sending it back at first. There is a learning curve to getting it just right, and there are slight variations to setting with each batch of Coffee Beans. But I'm glad I stuck with it! I use it everyday, and it will pay off for itself if it hasn't already.

I get my beans from: grindhousecoffee.co.uk/ They've been perfect for me.
Been researching this machine for the past week & am set on getting it! Then I saw this price drop and clicked the Buy button!!
I can't see it dropping lower on Black Friday, but if it does I'll naturally ask the question to Amazon.. I'm sure they'll be reasonable.
Cheapest it's been so far as I can see is around £350, so this is a decent price imo.
abdishah18/11/2019 12:36

Can this boil water for tea?


Yes, this can dispense hot water alone: for either tea or topping up your espresso for an Americano.
stevewells518/11/2019 17:15

Yes, this can dispense hot water alone: for either tea or topping up your …Yes, this can dispense hot water alone: for either tea or topping up your espresso for an Americano.


Hmmm. Can return the KitchenAid boiler which was a third of this price!
Which is the better buy? I'm in the market for a bean to cup coffee machine but just dont know what I'm looking for
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stevewells518/11/2019 17:14

Been researching this machine for the past week & am set on getting it! …Been researching this machine for the past week & am set on getting it! Then I saw this price drop and clicked the Buy button!!I can't see it dropping lower on Black Friday, but if it does I'll naturally ask the question to Amazon.. I'm sure they'll be reasonable.Cheapest it's been so far as I can see is around £350, so this is a decent price imo.


Amazon do not refund the difference if it goes down in price. I found this out after buying a fitbit a couple of weeks before Black Friday last year. After speaking to Amazon, they would have none of it so I ended up buying the products again at the reduced price then sending them straight back at the higher price. I told amazon that's what i would do and they didn't care. Amazon could've saved themselves postage and return postage by just refunding the difference.
jmonee19/11/2019 13:47

Amazon do not refund the difference if it goes down in price. I found this …Amazon do not refund the difference if it goes down in price. I found this out after buying a fitbit a couple of weeks before Black Friday last year. After speaking to Amazon, they would have none of it so I ended up buying the products again at the reduced price then sending them straight back at the higher price. I told amazon that's what i would do and they didn't care. Amazon could've saved themselves postage and return postage by just refunding the difference.


Typical of a company earning too much money! Customers come second in that respect. I'll be doing the exact same thing as you if I have to.
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