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Swan SK22110BLN, Retro Pump Espresso Coffee Machine, 15 Bars of Pressure, Various Colours Used Good from £60.40 delivered @ Amazon Warehouse
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Swan SK22110BLN, Retro Pump Espresso Coffee Machine, 15 Bars of Pressure, Various Colours Used Good from £60.40 delivered @ Amazon Warehouse

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Good prices for this smart looking Coffee Machine with good reviews.Various colours available eg Cream £60.40 / Blue £69.95 / Grey £68.49. Listed as 'Good' and they have descriptions like 'Small (less than 1/4" x 1/4") cosmetic imperfection' or there's even one which is just 'Missing manual'.
There are £88 to £120 new elsewhere so if you don't mind a small imperfection you can get yourself a very good coffee maker at a good price.
  • High performance - 15 Bars of pressure and a self-priming system means the Swan Retro espresso maker is always ready to make delicious coffees in minutes.
  • Generous 1.2 litre detachable water tank and with room to make either one or two cups at a time, there’s plenty to go around off just one heating. Perfect for impressing guests, or making you and your partner that morning coffee fix to get the day going.
  • Compatible with easy serve espresso (ESE) pods and ground coffee, using the professional spoon and coffee presser so you can create professional Barista style coffees in the comfort of your own home. Whether you fancy an espresso, cappuccino, latte or flat white, The traditional milk frothier allows you to create that delicious drink in no time. The steam pressure control even lets you create your froth exactly how you like it. Why not add ice to create your favourite iced coffees too
  • Offering top-end technology and retro styling for the style conscious homeowner, this coffee machine is part of the on-trend Swan Retro range available in a range of classic colours to suit any kitchen.
  • Ideal for domestic kitchens both small and large, for creating beautiful coffees to impress guests after dinner parties, at family gatherings, for an afternoon catch up with the girls, or even just to wake yourself up of a morning, or relax after a long day. Also great for small cafes and restaurants, hotels, guest houses, Bars and pubs, social clubs, student accommodation, offices and staffrooms. It also makes a beautiful gift for any coffee lover.
  • Comes with a 2-year warranty.

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Can anyone recommend good reasonably priced coffee for these machines?
I bought this for my girlfriend recently and don’t like it. I have delonghi bought for around £70 and it’s wayyy better. I’ve seen it refurbished on eBay for around £60 now. Go for good brand
ashtad30/03/2020 22:07

Can anyone recommend good reasonably priced coffee for these machines?


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Apart from the design it looks identical to the cook works one that args sell for £59.99.
ashtad30/03/2020 22:07

Can anyone recommend good reasonably priced coffee for these machines?


Don't buy supermarket beans.

Buy some from roasters (grind your own from whole bean if you can) and get an understanding for what you like, light roast/dark roast, chocolatey/citrus/other profiles etc.

Plenty of tester packs from places online e.g. Pact / Union / Rave / others.

It's definitely not the cheapest, but it's definitely way better from anything you can get from Amazon / supermarket shelves
ashtad30/03/2020 22:07

Can anyone recommend good reasonably priced coffee for these machines?


Coffee Compass
I had one of these Swan machines a few months back, and I was pretty happy with it. It made a nice cup of coffee and it produced decent crema. If you want a cheap machine, this is worth a look. The only part I didn't get on with was the frother.

chaywa31/03/2020 02:00

Don't buy supermarket beans.Buy some from roasters (grind your own from …Don't buy supermarket beans.Buy some from roasters (grind your own from whole bean if you can) and get an understanding for what you like, light roast/dark roast, chocolatey/citrus/other profiles etc.Plenty of tester packs from places online e.g. Pact / Union / Rave / others. It's definitely not the cheapest, but it's definitely way better from anything you can get from Amazon / supermarket shelves


Yes, this would be the freshest approach. Also, it's worth thinking about buying from roasters right now because they need support due to current circumstances. With that said, I would only recommend this if you're hardcore into coffee and demand that kind of freshness. For someone like me, buying a bag of Lavazza, or even getting something from Amazon, still hits the spot. And yes, that's after hardcore coffee folk talk about supermarket stuff being stale.
I have this coffee machine and it makes great coffee, it's a bit basic but I'm pretty impressed and we used to own a coffee shop so have some knowledge of espresso machines. Also Which rated it pretty highly if I remember correctly.
Solosiam31/03/2020 01:41

I have this coffee machine and it makes great coffee, it's a bit basic but …I have this coffee machine and it makes great coffee, it's a bit basic but I'm pretty impressed and we used to own a coffee shop so have some knowledge of espresso machines. Also Which rated it pretty highly if I remember correctly.


I am thinking of getting a stand alone frother since I can't be bothered to wait and froth my milk. Do you know if frother such as the one in the below link are better or the wand ones on the coffee machines are better?

amazon.co.uk/dp/…K2Z

Thanks.
ashtad30/03/2020 22:07

Can anyone recommend good reasonably priced coffee for these machines?


google search your local area for a coffee roaster. you'll find a far superior quality to supermarkets plus the online subscription market is quite saturated. nothing wrong with them but local roasters will be super helpful. I own a coffee shop so I know how helpful roasters are!
pranky31/03/2020 08:36

I am thinking of getting a stand alone frother since I can't be bothered …I am thinking of getting a stand alone frother since I can't be bothered to wait and froth my milk. Do you know if frother such as the one in the below link are better or the wand ones on the coffee machines are better?https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07T2ZL6RS/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_apa_i_UlVGEb506ZK2ZThanks.


id always recommend a stand alone. perfectly frothed milk is down to pressure and these machines just can't generate enough. especially when its trying to pull a coffee. so generally youd have to froth the milk first, wait for the pressure, then pour the coffee. by which time the milk could be cold.
imdurc31/03/2020 02:56

I had one of these Swan machines a few months back, and I was pretty happy …I had one of these Swan machines a few months back, and I was pretty happy with it. It made a nice cup of coffee and it produced decent crema. If you want a cheap machine, this is worth a look. The only part I didn't get on with was the frother.Yes, this would be the freshest approach. Also, it's worth thinking about buying from roasters right now because they need support due to current circumstances. With that said, I would only recommend this if you're hardcore into coffee and demand that kind of freshness. For someone like me, buying a bag of Lavazza, or even getting something from Amazon, still hits the spot. And yes, that's after hardcore coffee folk talk about supermarket stuff being stale.


even the entry level lavazza is decent, I like the roast. It is consistently good coffee at an excellent price. Sometimes I feel like the more subtle falvours so buy things from pact or union etc (union show their coffee scores on the pack) esp when they have a sale
Take a look at the Bambino Plus, I picked one of those up and as close to min clean up effort with auto frother as you can get. Makes a great latte
Its,such a faff By the time you do your milk the coffee is cold I wouldn't recommend
DuWolfy31/03/2020 16:50

Take a look at the Bambino Plus, I picked one of those up and as close to …Take a look at the Bambino Plus, I picked one of those up and as close to min clean up effort with auto frother as you can get. Makes a great latte


Looks to be about 3 times the price of this on a quick search
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