Tassimo usually over £100 now ONLY £59.99 @ John Lewis
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Tassimo usually over £100 now ONLY £59.99 @ John Lewis

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Found 30th Aug 2012
I have never seen the Tassimo so cheap! The T20 is normally over £100 and now almost 1/2 price. Fantastic machine that makes Costa coffee shop drinks in the comfort of your home
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same price in a few places like argos ect
oops.......... thought this was a deal for a japanese robot X)
Beware that the discs for these have increased in price a lot over the past year. For a pack of 8 Lattes it is now £4.49, last year it was approx. £3.70. For a pack of 8 Costa coffee it is £4.99....yes cheaper than costa, but it soon adds up. and you can only use the Tassimo discs, so you're a captive audience.

Edited by: "jemilyboo" 30th Aug 2012
jemilyboo

Beware that the discs for these have increased in price a lot over the … Beware that the discs for these have increased in price a lot over the past year. For a pack of 8 Lattes it is now £4.49, last year it was approx. £3.70. For a pack of 8 Costa coffee it is £4.99....yes cheaper than costa, but it soon adds up. and you can only use the Tassimo discs, so you're a captive audience.



Not all of them are quite as expensive although I agree they have gone up somewhat since we bought ours last year. The Kenco coffee ones are £3.89 for 16 in most supermarkets.
I personally refill the milk discs and buy just espresso discs to make latte's

Using 1/4 condensed milk to 3/4 fresh milk stored in airtight bottle. (need condensed to thicken mixture and saves me adding sugar)

Works out about £1.70 for milk mixture and £3.89 for 16x espresso so just over the price charged for 8 latte's

Extra hassle that might not be for everyone but works for me.
Rubbish we are on our second one and this one doesn't work we will be returning this one to, both have the developed the same issue they did work correctly for a couple of months , if you read up on them they are useless.The gadget show took 5 coffee makers to test and the Bosch Tassimo didn't even work and it was brandnew so they stuck it on the Curb with a sign on free to a good home. The problem we keep having is that after a couple of months the drinks don't dispense right, say you have a hot chocolate and you know that it should fill the glass to the top when the drink is dispensed correctly and you know roughly how much of each part should fill the glass it may overfill the glass with warm **** like milk or not enough leaving loads of milk in the tub or the other issue is it may not make the right amount so it may dispense a little bit of the chocolate and then the correct amount of milk leaving you with a undrinkable drink, The biggest issue is when the drinks are £4 for 8 and it screws up your drink that's 50p and when it keeps dong this its a expensive game. Do yourselves a favour and listen to a actual owner who knows in this case Bosch doesnt mean quality, in our case its a good job ours was bought from Amazon. if you do decide to buy you will want to buy from a reputable company because it wont last.


On our chrome browser we use a add-on called invisible hand that when you view a item like the tassimo it scans the net for other prices which in this case has highlighted that its aslo the same price at Curry's and with that being a bricks and mortar store when it fails you can return the item and for a little extra you can take the 3 year cover on it so they will replace it ever time it fails.

cold normal price

Edited by: "polly69" 30th Aug 2012
We have a Gaggia. Had it for 2 years and so far, its been good. We buy the coffee for about £2.50 for 10 capsules/pods. So, not bad at all. Bought the machine for £120.
For £1 extra I'd much rather have this De#Longhi espresso/cappuccino machine. The money saved by buying ground coffee instead of Tassimo discs will be huge, there's a much bigger choice of coffees available and it'll froth milk too if you like. It can also take Illy pods which are currently £6.39 for 18 in Tesco or Waitrose (according to mysupermarket.co.uk) if you don't want the mess of loose coffee grounds.
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