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Imagine how hard it would be to start a day without coffee. More and more people are noticing the difference between instant coffee and what a good coffee machine can offer. That's why coffee machines are becoming a big deal in the UK. All kinds of coffee machines can be found on the HotUKDeals listings, always with big discounts. Read more
De’Longhi ECAM 510.55 PrimaDonna S Evo Bean-to-Cup Coffee Machine, Silver  £449.99 with code at John Lewis
Found 4 h, 30 m agoFound 4 h, 30 m ago
£600 with £150 voucher code... For those who are passionate about coffee, the PrimaDonna S Evo from De'Longhi offers tailor-made, barista-quality beverages from the comfort of you… Read more

Yep, same for me here. Didn't hang around this time though, just got it ordered before missing out by dilly-dallying like I did last time Cheer OP :-)


Registered for alerts when stock became available last time I missed out on this- when alert arrived price was over £1000!!! Bought thanks


Oh dear... Managed to miss out last time but now very tempted again!


Got this last time it was posted here. Excellent coffee machine.


This is a bargain at £450

Bosch Tassimo Vivy TAS1253GB Coffee Machine, 1300 Watt, 0.7 Litre - Red £34.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Experience a variety of over 40 drinks from well known brands such as Costa, Kenco, Carte Noir, Cadbury, Oreo and a variety of Twining's teas Operate conveniently with adjustable … Read more
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I don't have one anymore but I know places like B&M and Home Bargains used to stock some pods at decent prices.


Thanks I have dolce gusto so I might this try this


sister has the dolce gusto says the tassimo tastes better


Had both...without the doubt Tassimo


Tassimo or dolce gusto

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Krups EA815070 bean to cup coffee machine £194.53 at
Shipping from DEShipping from GermanyFound 18th JunFound 18th Jun
This looks like a good deal. A Krups EA815070 for under £200. It is from the German Amazon site but this is the cheapest it has ever been according to 3 camels. £194.53 at today's … Read more

Thank you. I have ordered one. It came to £212.47 with postage. I am on my 2nd Delonghi machine and both have failed within the guarantee period while the 1st failed completely again just after the 2 years was up so I am unlikely to buy one of their machines again. It is very straight forward to make another account on Amazon elsewhere and then place orders as usual.


€274.30 for me which is £240.44


Ok so I have an Amazon UK account and Virgin Travel CC - how in simple steps do I buy this from Germany please.....


I am more than happy with my Esam 4200 still I am tempted to buy this beauty. I've got a Dolce Gusto Mini Mi as well so Mrs would definitely kill me if I bought this one. Extremely beautiful to look at compared to my machine. Good reviews and is usually sold for well over £250-£300 therefore a bargain for those who are looking for a bean to cup machine and don't already own one.


Great price for a load of old Krup (y)

Ambiano Nespresso Capsule Coffee Machine £12 @ Aldi
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
I have never posted anything before but I saw this in my local Aldi today for £12.00 and thought I would give it a try. It is in bright red and look ridiculous in our kitchen. … Read more
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Why bother?? None of this makes sense or helps? Surely that's the whole point of hukd? Educating and helping others?


Thank you for your support and proper comments!!!


More nonsense... In what way exactly are Nespresso 'changing their pod designs from time to time'? Nespresso pods have been Nespresso pods for years and there are a great number of compatible pods available from suppliers everywhere. You need a reality check.


Nonsense, for the occasional cup they're so much easier to use than a full on coffee machine - stick a pod in, press a button, recycle the pod. As somebody else has already said, it's no hardship to drop the bag of empties into Starbucks while you're passing - en route to one of your many jobs perhaps?


not true! only producers licensed by the coffee pod machine company are legally allowed, others are unlicensed and illegitimate, counterfeit! one of the reasons the coffee pod machine company changes their pod designs from time to time is to stop reusable pods becoming available, that would harm their little monopoly game. The pod machine caper IS probably growing the coffee industry by enticing new and more people into drinking real coffee, but this growth will lead to a likely monopolising of the whole industry which would be a terrible thing for consumers but most of all independent producers of coffee


N Most promotions from Nespresso are more or less the same value: A Nespresso Inissia is worth around £50 when on offer (drops to this price every couple of months or so). Option 1: If you buy an Inissia when there is the £40 store credit promotion, then you are essentially saving £40. (good if you just want to make espressos) Option 2: If you buy an Inissia when there is the free Aeroccino when buying 150 capsules promotion, then you are essentially saving £50 since that's the RRP of the Aeroccino (good if you prefer lattes over espressos). Option 3: If you opt for the £18 per month 12 months subscription, you get £18 worth of store credit every month (around 50 drinks which will stack up fast if you are not a regular drinker) and you get the Inissia for £1, so you are essentially saving £49, but you commit to spending £216 on Nespresso in one year.

Jemster ^^^^^^^ I gotta say this appealed to me when I was still using my Nespresso machine. A free machine and a subscription for the capsules. You get the full value of the capsules in the subscription money and, provided you are going to stick with Nespresso capsules (they are the best after all), it seems a no-brainer. (Edit: What does HUKD do to links??? That's stuffed up. The correct link is www . nespresso . com / uk / en / subscription)


Yes, unless you really need one of these right now, you're better off waiting until the you can get the machine for more or less the same price as the value of vouchers you can use to buy coffee.


I bought it when they were giving out same value of Nespresso vouchers for the price of the machine


No difference, just two brand names for the same thing. Some people may not like their kitchen equipment made by a German munitions firm (Krups, historically

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Melitta Look IV Therm Timer 6738044 Filter Coffee Machine with Timer - Black £65 @ AO
07/08/2018Expires on 07/08/2018Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Key Features Suitable for use with ground coffee Adjustable strength of coffee from mild to strong Specially designed to prevent coffee drips and splashes Automatically switches of… Read more
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Had one for about a year. flask keeps coffee warm for around three and half four hours.


We have this. Love it. Prep it the night before for the first cuppa of the morning. Coffee stays hot for hours in the jug. I know the white was cheaper but really didn't like the look.


Any good?


The white was 50 last week here and amazon. I price matched at currys

Sage Barista coffee machine £489 John Lewis
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Still an expensive bit of kit but it’s one of the best bean to cup machines in the market. Not seen this model at this price before
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I think you are going the wrong way for your aim. A coarser grind (8->13) will give you "more" in the portifiler as the coffee will fill in a less dense way. You need to go finer (8->1) to reduce the surface area of the grinds, this way they fit together more efficiently and you will have less space between the particals :)


Yes the double insert (single wall) i do woggle it wiggle but I shall go with a grind of 9-12 at 3 and see how I get on. Never tried this combo before. never really been past 1 to be honest. Cheers


The only thing i can think of: Assuming you are using the double insert in the portifilter - you might want to adjitate the potifilter whilst its grinding. Wiggle it up and down with your index finger for the duration of the grind - this ensures an even fill rather than a pyramid fill which will spill over the sides when you move it.


thank you I have since resolved my issue and pressure is back to normal. The beans in use were from a "specialist" coffee importer based in Anglesey. We bought a couple of bags and they assured is it is high turn over (new) stock. I normally use hasbean / grumpy mule but not having any of those in, i've switched to supermarket lavazza which is producing good results. One question though, Lavazza i normally run at 5-7, grumpy mule around 7-9. But at 3 o'clock i'd have loads of spill over. How do you combat this / do you just let it happen? thanks


An airlock in this machine is not a problem. You just run the hot water function for 30 seconds and the air bubble is "pushed" out by the fresh water coming behind it. There is an expansion tank after the boiler and before the wand that purges any air. It makes a horrific noise however... you KNOW if you have air locked!! With regards to your grind. I cannot pull a shot at 3 if its a decent bean. In fact the only bean i could get through at that end of the grind would be the worst quality bean from lidl that had virtually no oil. My standard for supermarket lavazza beans (my control bean) would be a grind 7/8 with the dose at the 3 o'clock position. With this the pressure will hit 12oClock (perfect) on the pressure gauge. A quality bean from Pact or Rave - i would need to go even courser or even reduce the dose - again this would hit 12oClock on the pressure gauge. Both produce excellent espresso with creme. I always prioritise taste over the "technical" espresso. With the supermarket beans i find i produce a slightly wet puck, but again the taste and espresso is excellent.

Aerobie Aeropress Coffee Maker With Tote Carry Bag Set £24.99 @ The gift and gadget store
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
Excellant coffee maker, i prefer to use the paper filters but you can buy a reusable one

Excellent device. Forget all they machines with overpriced pods etc. Got this from Santa along with the Aldi grinder and have used it pretty much daily since.


Really pleased, went through TCB 8.08% bargain, thanks for posting 77momo.


Great machine (y) standard price though- not voting either way


Best coffee maker I've had, got rid of the nespresso!


Great piece of kit, ours is in use daily. Good price for the maker with tote bag (and razor) included.

Coffee maker ECAM 23.120.B - £242.99 with code @ Delonghi
02/08/2018Expires on 02/08/2018Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
Extremely good deal. Less then half price for mid range coffeemaker

What free stuff do you get?


Ordered. Little birthday treat to myself. Seems a good deal at £242.99 and you get the £45 of free stuff


Seriously considering this. Would it do a big mug of HOT coffee? As I understand, it is an "espresso" machine then you make the drink to your preference? I'm just concerned that if i buy this then i might be disappointed on the temperature of the water when making a big mug


No as long as there are beans and water you just change the cup and keep going


What if you have guests and need few coffees at time, does it need extra time between servings?

Delongi Magnifica ESAM 4200.S £197.98 with code direct from Delongi
Found 31st MayFound 31st May
Seems like a great deal? “Cappuccino System” mixes steam, air and milk, producing a rich, creamy froth for great cappuccinos The machine can be used with either coffee beans or… Read more



You missed it, price has gone up


how did you get to that price? They only offer 10% discount, so the price would be £215, not £197


I had one of these machines before buying a newer delongi model from Curry’s. It’s a great machine, make lovely coffee and easy to use, just fill the water container and empty the grinds container when the indicator lights on the front panel come on. Great price, you won’t be disappointed. Once you own a bean to cup machine you will always have a bean to cup machine


Yep - £238.99 before code now. Seems it was popular and De'Longhi trying to milk us some more.

DeLonghi Autentica Plus ETAM29.620.SB Bean to Cup Espresso Coffee Machine £299.99 w/code (Poss freebies too) @ Co-op Electrical / eBay [2 year guarantee]
Found 30th MayFound 30th May
Good price on this machine, £20 less than we saw it for on the main co-op electrical site. On their main site it shows a promo for some freebies - So you should be able to claim th… Read more

This looks to be a better model than the Curry's deal posted over the weekend.


Bought this last November for a similar price. Excellent bit of kit and highly recommended


Great price, now the same price as it was last November :D

Melitta Look IV Therm Timer Filter Coffee Machine with Insulated Jug £50 @ Amazon/AO
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Currently the lowest it's ever been on Amazon. Usually sells for £70ish. Great reviews too Handy for those wh… Read more

Hopefully currys can match i have vouchers!!


Can vouch for this machine - best thing I've ever bought! Keeps coffee warm for a good 6 hours without a warmer :)


Great machine and super price. The jug is a Thermos flask so doesn't need to be heated, environmentally friendly as well I guess.

De'Longhi Magnifica S bean-to-cup £299.99 @ Currys (+ £45 free gifts)
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Comes with 2 year guarantee + Claim FREE gifts (usual in-store price £45) when you purchase this product -thanks for verification krazie2004 5% Quidco (includes click and colle… Read more



None in stock in London?


The ECAM23.460 from Currys, has a similar offer (still). Its similar spec but for an extra £50 you get the integrated milk frother. Plus - rather than £45 free gifts with the Ops machine, you qualify for £145 worth of extras including the first years service for free. Fantastic machine. Tastes just like Costa etc, plus you get to choose your favourite beans.


From menu it provides stats for total number of coffees, water fillings, filter changes and total descaling


Where abouts does it tell you how many cups it has made?

De'Longhi Eletta Plus ECAM 44.620.S - £269 - Sold and Despatched by adam & eesa via Amazon
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Just ordered from Amazon, another 8 in store so be quick! I’ve been looking for one of these for some time and I think £269 is a good deal. Also don’t forget the £45 of extras: h… Read more

was it really a deal? seen it drop on camel a few times for this price but it only seems to be up for an hour before they take it down and put it up to £499


Agree ... and after having a £250 delonghi for 5-6 years (and still going strong) making 2 or 3 cups a day then the price doesn't seem that bad


Not as good deal as the john Lewis deal on delonghi primadona few days ago


It makes a massive difference moving to a bean to cup. Tbh you can get a decent b2c for around 200-250 bones.


I like coffee; I drink it every day. Yet the original price of £630 for a machine that merely makes a hot drink is a notion I find incredibly difficult to understand. How can a machine make my coffee £600 better than the one I drink each morning?

Delonghi Brillante Coffee Filter Machine - Black £37.25 @ Tesco New Malden
LocalLocalFound 21st MayFound 21st May
Delonghi Brillante Coffee Filter Machine Black, half price at Tesco IN STORE in New Malden. I’m told they should be reducing prices in all stores. Quite a number on the shelf.
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Nescafe Dolce Gusto Colours Edition Coffee Machine - £49 Tesco Catterick
LocalLocalFound 20th MayFound 20th May
Express your style with Colors pod coffee machine. Colors has a unique & compact design with 3 interchangeable coloured back panels included with each machine. Enjoy over 40 co… Read more
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I think it's £30 web credit for this model.


good find @DiggingTheDeals it's £99.99 at argos.

Bosch Tassimo Suny TAS3202GB Coffee Machine £49 @ Amazon
Found 16th MayFound 16th May
It was £94 a month ago. Good drop to £49 on Amazon



I use my Tassimo and the one at work every single day. I've got a Nespresso as well but for convenience the Tassimo is the best.


Pods are so expensive, no generic products about. And the quality of coffee products is poor. My Tassimo is in the cupboard with the Smoothie Maker, Airfryer and Juicer.

Delonghi Eletta coffee machine Cappucino  - £435.98 with code @ Very
Found 12th MayFound 12th May
First time post, but been tracking this coffee machine on HUKD for over 12 months. With the 20% code now takes this to £435 which includes delivery. Just waiting for mine to arrive… Read more

The PrimaDonna is back in stock


Get the evo s from john lewis. It's a higher end machine, many more options to customise your coffee. I've had mine a couple of months and it's fab.


Oh order cancelled by amazon :/


Thanks for this! Bought the last one (y)


I have owned both of these machines, I returned this eletta machine to get the prima Donna from John Lewis and am so glad I did. The eletta is a great machine don't get me wrong but the prima Donna not only looks better/more expensive in all stainless steel, it is much quieter in use, has more options, the milk frother gives much better results as well as being double wall insulated whereas the eletta is not and on top of all that you can turn the machine on, make and customise every aspect of your cup of coffee and much more on the delonghi app on your phone all via bluetooth. I have absolutely no regrets and am very happy. :D

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