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    Which of the following would you buy?

    Can anyone recommend which of the following coffee machines they would choose? I am clueless when it comes to them and need a decent one or xmas.
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    TIA

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    Original Poster

    I have the t40 and think its brilliant bought when half price. Love the selection of drinks but it can work out quite expensive think around 50p for a latte normally not too bad but can soon add up with guests around. Quite a few people complain about the milk but I've never had a problem.

    I would have given an opinion if you had put the names of the machines in your links instead of 5 stupid numbers. It's Christmas, I don't have time to click through to 5 separate links to find out what you're talking about. Good luck, my machine is great.

    ceres

    I would have given an opinion if you had put the names of the machines in … I would have given an opinion if you had put the names of the machines in your links instead of 5 stupid numbers. It's Christmas, I don't have time to click through to 5 separate links to find out what you're talking about. Good luck, my machine is great.



    really........

    ceres

    I would have given an opinion if you had put the names of the machines in … I would have given an opinion if you had put the names of the machines in your links instead of 5 stupid numbers. It's Christmas, I don't have time to click through to 5 separate links to find out what you're talking about. Good luck, my machine is great.



    Actually this poster is right - maybe the message doesn't come across as politely as it could have done thought. It does help other users (the ones being asked for help I might add!) if people give as much information as possible, as it stands I am expected to click on each link and take a look at the info where as it would be a lot better for everyone if all of the information is included on this page.

    How much coffee do you drink and how do you normally have it (black, white, latte, etc)?
    Pod machines are only really good if you have the odd drink and like variety.
    Otherwise the costs soon mount up making something like a bean to cup a much better buy in the long run (@3 cups a day and a £200 bean to cup machine its about 10 months, after which its ~£1/day cheaper).

    get the espresso machine and buy some ground coffee or grind your own beans

    none of this nescafe malarky or having to buy milk pods (mm want a coffe but dont have milk pods but got 6pints of milk in fridge)

    latte = shot of coffe and foamed milk, takes about 2 minutes to make and just need to rinse milk jug under the tap

    currys.co.uk/gbu…tml
    Edited by: "ZEbbEDY" 10th Dec 2014
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