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DeLonghi Nescafé Dolce Gusto Piccolo XS Pod Capsule Coffee Machine, Espresso, Cappuccino and more, EDG210.B, Black & Red - £34.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 10th AprPosted 10th Apr
Over 40 beverage varieties including Nescafe Dolce Gusto or starbucks coffees Hot and cold drink capability for hot and cold beverages prepared with one easy move of the machine’s… Read more

Red and black version still available at this price! (y)


Great deal. Ordered the machine got email from Nescafé giving me the code for 6 free boxes of pods. £35 for the machine and £24 worth of free pods. Great deal.


This or the mini me ? I can see a Krupa mini me at Currys for £49.


I got this promo a few weeks ago. It was a big faff as the site didn't accept my serial number. Had to email Nescafé and about 4 emails later my serial was accepted. 3 days later got a code for 6 boxes with free delivery.


:) heat

DELONGHI Autentica Cappuccino ETAM29.660.SB Bean To Cup Coffee DAMAGED BOX - £314.22 at checkout @ currys_clearance
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Posted 26th MarPosted 26th Mar
Via currys outlet on ebay. New item however box is damaged. Can also snag 2.7k nectar points if you have the offer activated !

Thanks for the pointer! Mine arrived today and first impressions are pretty amazing!


Don't know whether I'm tempted by this or not. Spent 2 hours stripping mine down yesterday trying to work out why only every other coffee works and the other ones, the water comes out the back.


Thats expired but relisted here for £329.18

DELONGHI Autentica ETAM 29.510.SB Bean to Cup Coffee Machine £349 @ Currys PC World
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Posted 26th MarPosted 26th Mar
Been keeping my eye out for a good bean to cup machine for a few months. Just pulled the trigger on this as it's the best price I've seen in a while.

I picked mine up today, very impressed, probably takes a minute from turning on to having a poured coffee


If you want the fully automated experience and can afford the extra £50 then I think this one, also from Currys is a better bet. Next model up


We have had a Delonghi Esam 4200 for 4 years, brilliant piece of kit, less than 3 mins to start up to first coffee with frothed milk


Anyone used it?, currently using another cheaper delonghi that requires at least 10 minutes of preparation including warm Up time.


Same price on eBay through Currys brand new with 2700 nectar:

DELONGHI Autentica Cappuccino ETAM29.660.SB Bean To Cup Coffee Machine £399.99 @ Currys PC World
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Posted 25th MarPosted 25th Mar
Its a Delonghi coffee machine - does what it says on the tin Coffee beans & ground coffee Integrated grinder Tank capacity: 1.4 litres 15-bar pressure Auto shut-off

I think that Delonghi do a machine with a dual-hopper, the Maestosa, but at £2700 it's an eye-watering price tag. It's one of the features that I was looking for, but discovered that it's only on this model. Would be great though, not only to be able to choose regular or decaf on the fly, but to be able to do a half-caff option. Well, I'm assuming that the Maestosa lets you choose half-caff, because otherwise that's a tragic waste of technology. Personally, if I was spending £2700 on a dual-hopper coffee machine, I'd want to be able select the exact ratio of caff/decaff, such as 60/40.


There are plenty of good beans out there, either your local independent coffee shop or you might have a roaster near you. General rule is you want the freshest roasted beans you can get. There’s also lots of online places that do subscriptions and one I can personally recommend is Manumit. Not only do they provide incredible coffee, but it’s all for a great cause that is to help free people from modern day slavery


Thanks for that! During my week's wait for delivery, I intend to study the manual I have just downloaded. Next thing is the beans...!


Glad to hear, you won't be disappointed. Once you get it, do a side by side blind taste test. Not sure about the 4 button, but the cleaning is much simpler on this one than the lattissima touch, as you don't need to hold a button down to clean the milk (and just turn the dial to clean). Also it auto cleans the coffee outlet on switch on and switch off (and timer to come on same time each day). Enjoy! BTW, I did tweak the grind settings to be finer (note, only do this by half an increment each time and only when it's grinding), if you get good fresh beans, setting 2 or 3 should mean the coffee comes out nice and slowly to get a good brew.


Thanks, yeah I did know. (y)

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DeLonghi Nescafé Dolce Gusto Infinissima Pod Capsule Coffee Machine £34.99 delivered at Amazon
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Posted 17th MarPosted 17th Mar
Also in Red Enjoy infinite coffee possibilities with the slimline Infinissima manual coffee machine (37cm H x 15cm W x 28cm D). Available in 3 colours. Extra large water tank … Read more

Missed the party. But got a click and collect at Currys.


All Dolce gusto pods fit the same. I get mine in bulk on Amazon.


as far as i know the majority of supermarket pods are compatible with any Dolce Gusto machine


Does anyone know if the Aldi pods are compatible with this


Thanks :) yeah am thinking along the same lines , think this is slightly noisier but can live with that . (Same price @ currys)

De'Longhi Bean to Cup Coffee Machine Magnifica S ECAM22.360.B Or S Refurbished - £309.99 @ eBay / DeLonghi
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Posted 7th FebPosted 7th Feb
De'Longhi Bean to Cup Coffee Machine Magnifica S ECAM22.360.B Or S Refurbished - £309.99 @ eBay / DeLonghi£309.99 Free P&P FreeeBay Deals
Bean to Cup coffee machine. Been looking for something budget that can do milky coffees too. Silver and black available.

I suppose, two schools of thought to what works out better value, used or refurb/new with warranty. If you got the a Delonghi fully automatic machine when one is on offer for £400, that comes with a 2-year warranty. You could probably sell it on after 2-years for £200 (maybe more), so for 2 years of guaranteed service it's cost you £200, £100 a year. Or, you could get appliance cover for £60 for a 5-year plan, making it £380 for 5 years of guaranteed service, so £76 per year. Less, if you consider that you'd be able to sell it after 5-years for £150, if you wanted to upgrade. And the £130 FB one...the boiler or pump could blow in 6 months. Or, of course, it could last for years.


I think the 1 year warranty gave me a little more peace of mind as it's my first bean to cup.. but yeah seen prices lower, but cheapest I could find considering Covid'economy. Hopefully it's worth the 309. I guess fair price is subjective.


Makes a decent coffee. All down to beans really. Find it espresso is more too my taste then long coffee (with lavazza beans). Bought one second hand on FB marketplace for £130 (annoyed) wouldn't pay £300 for it but £150-200 would he a fair price. Not the most stylish comparing to more recent models.


I have a similar, it's made in Romania.


I've looked and can't find a definitive answer. I think most likely Italy but they do manufacture in China aswell now. I'd be interested to know as I'm looking to buy one and I'd prefer one made in Italy rather than China given the price.