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TASSIMO by Bosch Happy Coffee Machine - Various Colours now £29 delivered  / C&C @ Currys
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TASSIMO by Bosch Happy Coffee Machine - Various Colours now £29 delivered / C&C @ Currys

£29£44.9936%Currys PC World Deals
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Refreshed 22nd Nov 2018 (Posted 31st Oct 2018)

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Awesome price, 2 yr guarantee, 5 colours aval -Cream, Black, Red, Purple & White & Red & White.

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  • 36 types of coffee & hot drink pods available
  • Tank capacity: 0.7 litres
  • 3.3-bar pressure
  • Auto shut-off

Top features:

- Intellibrew technology ensures a delicious drink every time

- One touch operation for quick and easy drinks

- Space-saving design to suit any kitchen

Intellibrew technology

The Bosch Happy TAS1007GB Coffee Machine uses patented barcode technology Intellibrew to deliver delicious drinks. Working with Tassimo coffee pods, it makes sure that the correct amount of water is used at the ideal temperature. It also brews the drink for the right amount of time, so that you can enjoy a perfectly prepared drink at any time of day.

One touch operation

Whether you're making a coffee to start your day or chilling out with your favourite hot beverage at the end of the day, nobody wants to spend ages making a drink. The Happy TAS1007GB has a one touch operation so that you can prepare drinks for yourself and your family with the press of just one button.

The appliance does not take a long time to heat up, so that you can enjoy drinks quickly and prepare a batch for the whole family with ease.

Space-saving design

The Happy has a compact, space-saving design. Capable of creating a wide range of drinks, the coffee machine is an ideal addition to any kitchen.



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Both ourselves and manufacturers like Tassimo are responsible for our environment. They got to provide better recycling options. All these news on how our environment is worsened because of the amount of plastic waste. Tassimo needs to at least deal with the current situation to provide better recycling facility or more collection points. Then maybe start looking at alternative material for their T-Disc, no more plastic if possible.
Coffee pods = environmental disaster
I agree with the above comments, the coffee is fine but each pod is made of heavy plastic and I now have a garage full of them because my nearest recycling point is far away and only opens briefly. Cant help feeling the recycling places are only there to tick a box. I may go back to using my Senseo which uses basically a big teabag.
idontflycathay1 m ago

@goonertillidieMight want to correct your price to £29


Can i blame lack of coffee and kids on half term? Yes i can...

Thanks
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hohohaha831st Oct 2018

check out your area for recycling collection before you buy their machine!


Ah, I live here...

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I actually contacted them about this maybe a year or two ago asking if they would consider a return to base recycling scheme stating surely they can re-use them if we can't. They replied stating put them in your recycling bin. Hmmm... they really DO care about the environment.

If you buy a Tassimo be prepared to only be able to buy the official pods. Because of the bar coding nobody makes compatibles.
OperateOnMe1st Nov

Still works out almost double the costs of buying pods from Amazon or …Still works out almost double the costs of buying pods from Amazon or supermarket. The vouchers are really bad value and essentially a con to make you spend more.


I bought 11 packs of drinks from the website using the 20% and £10 voucher and came to £27 odd. No where could I get them cheaper. The vouchers and % discount are the cheapest you can bulk buy the pods
LT12307/11/2018 21:58

Can anyone help please? I was going to get a Tassimo Vivy 2 for my partner …Can anyone help please? I was going to get a Tassimo Vivy 2 for my partner for Xmas, but this looks a bit more compact (which is good)... What's the difference between the Happy and the Vivy?


My fella has the Vivy and I have the Happy (purple and white, although it’s more a magenta pink!!!)

The Happy is a bit smaller but that’s about the only real difference.

The Happy is made by Tassimo for The Dixon’s group, so they are the only ones who sell it.

It’s a cracking little machine, nice to be able to have a Costa at home - only negative is the pods do seem to have a lot left in them even when you have used them.

We have a little pile ready to recycle! xoxo
xxxSimoneBxxx1 h, 2 m ago

My fella has the Vivy and I have the Happy (purple and white, although …My fella has the Vivy and I have the Happy (purple and white, although it’s more a magenta pink!!!) The Happy is a bit smaller but that’s about the only real difference.The Happy is made by Tassimo for The Dixon’s group, so they are the only ones who sell it. It’s a cracking little machine, nice to be able to have a Costa at home - only negative is the pods do seem to have a lot left in them even when you have used them. We have a little pile ready to recycle! xoxo


Thanks my love. I went with the Happy in the end, still not happy about giving up any more of my precious worktop space but hopefully it won't look too obtrusive x
Nespresso all the way for us now.
I'm tempted, but after reading the comments I'm a bit reluctant. So which is the better to buy for overall pod costs, a Tassino or a Nespresso?
No stores in my area for collection and delivery not available Kent
hohohaha831/10/2018 15:53

Both ourselves and manufacturers like Tassimo are responsible for our …Both ourselves and manufacturers like Tassimo are responsible for our environment. They got to provide better recycling options. All these news on how our environment is worsened because of the amount of plastic waste. Tassimo needs to at least deal with the current situation to provide better recycling facility or more collection points. Then maybe start looking at alternative material for their T-Disc, no more plastic if possible.



preecep31/10/2018 15:28

Sorry for being stupid... I'm not much of a coffee drinker but this looks …Sorry for being stupid... I'm not much of a coffee drinker but this looks like a great xmas prezzie for the father-in-law. Will this unit work with non-tassimo compatible pods?


DON'T BUY THESE
I'm a coffee aficionado but I'm also not into waste. These, and ALL coffee pod type machines are CRAP! They don't heat the coffee enough which means the WHOLE UNIT is a HUGE waste of resources. They under fill the pods, so the price of coffee is much higher and there is an incentive to use more pods. They are waste, and generate more plastic waste - at some point we need to all get real and stop buying this pointless crap. Please don't buy these for presents as it's just perpetuating the cycle of waste.

These pod machines were obsolete the moment they were designed...they should never have been produced. There are far superior and fun methods to make a perfect cup of Joe, so there is no reason to reinvent the wheel. These units are profit driven only. The manufacturers know they are an environmental disaster. They are consumer TAT and have a huge negative environmental externality.

I emailed Hot UK Deals around 4 months ago about these coffee pod machine deals (and other consumer TAT that they should not be promoting). I asked them to start to remove them on environmental 'grounds'...pun intended. Unfortunately Hot UK Deals have not done this yet, but hopefully if more Hot UK Deal people flag this they will think again.

Get him an Italian stove pot - it makes the best coffee by far, they are fun to use, the coffee is hot and they last more than a life time. Sometimes you see them in charity shops for peanuts.
hohohaha831/10/2018 15:53

Both ourselves and manufacturers like Tassimo are responsible for our …Both ourselves and manufacturers like Tassimo are responsible for our environment. They got to provide better recycling options. All these news on how our environment is worsened because of the amount of plastic waste. Tassimo needs to at least deal with the current situation to provide better recycling facility or more collection points. Then maybe start looking at alternative material for their T-Disc, no more plastic if possible.


I run a coffee business and all my customers who use these types of machines do so with a sense of guilt.

1) The plastic waste is terrible.
2) The cost is expensive
3) The coffee isn’t always pure arabica and not good quality
4) none of the coffee is organic or fair trade
5) support local business by buying this type of grinder and filter set coffeehit.co.uk/cle…tml
6) Buy high quality, well sourced and tasty coffee from independents NOT Nescafe and their questionable ethics:
cliftoncoffee.co.uk/pro…es/

For me it’s the difference between a locally brewed wine, ale or IPA vs Budweiser.
Edited by: "maverikk" 23rd Nov 2018
Picked one up Wednesday after waiting for new stock to arrive this also includes £20 off pods, makes the deal even better
Why awesome? These were £24.99 last year. Cold
hohohaha831st Oct

I can't find any information from their website. It look like they only do …I can't find any information from their website. It look like they only do drop off collection.Tassimo use a third party company called Terracycle for recycling.https://www.terracycle.co.uk/en-GB/brigades/the-tassimo-lor-brigade-r


Because they provide terrible experience of recycling??
maverikk23rd Nov 2018

I run a coffee business and all my customers who use these types of …I run a coffee business and all my customers who use these types of machines do so with a sense of guilt.1) The plastic waste is terrible.2) The cost is expensive3) The coffee isn’t always pure arabica and not good quality4) none of the coffee is organic or fair trade5) support local business by buying this type of grinder and filter set https://www.coffeehit.co.uk/clever-brewing-bundle.html6) Buy high quality, well sourced and tasty coffee from independents NOT Nescafe and their questionable ethics:https://cliftoncoffee.co.uk/product-category/coffee/house-coffees/For me it’s the difference between a locally brewed wine, ale or IPA vs Budweiser.


This or that machine from Argos? I don't mind paying the extra if it means saving money in long run whilst saving the planet and having better quality coffee

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really cheap pod deal at amazon at the moment
Everyone has said this, but the non recyclable pods are a real shame, you go through a lot. Makes quite nice coffee, and great price though
jcmaton9714 m ago

Everyone has said this, but the non recyclable pods are a real shame, you …Everyone has said this, but the non recyclable pods are a real shame, you go through a lot. Makes quite nice coffee, and great price though



No no no! They are pointless...even if they gave them away, they would still be pointless tat. There are ample machines that make great coffee...French press, Italian stove pot, Turkish/Lebanese pot. We don't need these. Lets make this the first Christmas we all make a big effort to stop buying needles plastic CRAP!
jon.gosman31st Oct

Are there any cheaper alternatives to the Tassimo pods? Aldi only seems to …Are there any cheaper alternatives to the Tassimo pods? Aldi only seems to be Nespresso alternatives? Great price very tempted


Asda do Tassimo pods, 3 packs of 16 for £10.that works out to 20.8p per coffee, can't get much cheaper then that 🏽
cold for me as none of them is available in any stores near me.
Amazon sells compatible pods. Look for L'or pods, these have decent reviews.
I get mine on Amazon subscribe. £15.50 for 5x16 L'Or pods. Delivered to work like clock work each month. Less than 20p a cup.
stoko1st Nov

I've opened up a Tassimo milk pod recently and it was all liquid milk.


Damp powder milk = liquid
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