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Gaggia Gran Gaggia Style Espresso £57.90 @ Amazon Italy
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Gaggia Gran Gaggia Style Espresso £57.90 @ Amazon Italy£57.90Amazon Italy Deals
Budget entry espresso machine with aluminium boiler, better than most of thermal block/jet coffee machine. Recommended!
jingjing4sure

Gaggia Brera bean to cup espresso machine.

alexytin

You can just change the basket for a few quid.

Den

@Kenneth131 Could you recommend a few machines? Thanks

alexytin

Get a used Gaggia Classic from eBay. The old ones (before Phillips bought them) are the best.

Morenenth

mmmm mocha face

Amazon - Gaggia Descaler Decalcifier 250ml - £2.98 (Prime / £6.97 non Prime) - Sold by NegozioElettrodomestici and Fulfilled by Amazon
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Amazon - Gaggia Descaler Decalcifier 250ml - £2.98 (Prime / £6.97 non Prime) - Sold by NegozioElettrodomestici and Fulfilled by Amazon£2.98Amazon Deals
Gaggia Descaler Decalcifier 250ml. £2.98 & FREE UK Delivery on orders dispatched by Amazon over £20
nihcaj

Fine for kettles, you can boil it up in those, but I find it isn't powerful/fast enough for coffee machines

OB1

Just buy a small bag of citric acid crystals on eBay. Cheaper, better for the environment, work perfectly, last much longer, leave no after taste.

fubar888

What ^he^ said, works a treat in kettles etc and no nasty aftertaste or lingering smell in kitchen

SackCity

Yeah much better to use chemicals

thermomonkey

Good price compared to what is often charged for branded ones. However I find this one to be excellent and slightly cheaper; https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00BS5SY2C/

Gaggia Classic - Coffe Machine- Amazon - £185.35 | Cheapest since Feb 2014
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Made hot 9th Feb 2015Made hot 9th Feb 2015
Gaggia Classic - Coffe Machine- Amazon - £185.35 | Cheapest since Feb 2014£185.35Amazon Deals
For the coffee lovers out there ... I've been looking into manual coffee machines and after looking for a "While" I decided to get me a gaggia classic but it was quite pricey *220… Read more
ciaranf

got mine for £159 direct from Phillips before Christmas

WillieGallimore

I enjoy it, thanks

fzurro

Just got mine today. Loving it so far ☺

Aspman77

Just fine. Hows being an irritating coffee snob working for you?

keithwjones

Here is where to get coffee: http://www.wogancoffee.co.uk/

Gaggia Gran Gaggia RI8323/01 Espresso £69.95 @ john lewis
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Gaggia Gran Gaggia RI8323/01 Espresso £69.95 @ john lewis£69.95John Lewis Deals
Normally around £100, other cheaper ones can be found for the same price but not as nice. Spend more by all means but i bet the internals are the same as the more expensive models.… Read more
benjus

No, the Gaggia Classic and Gaggia Baby have a heavy, commercial-sized filter holder and a solenoid valve, making them closer to the big commercial espresso machines than this one is. I'm sure there are other differences as well. As for the comment about Philips - I had a fairly new Gaggia Baby which performs superbly, so I don't believe it personally.

splke

superb deal cracking machine

winchman

Haha yes you are right, I guess what I meant to say was similar price, was thinking about Delonghi ec152 and the like.

deleted683527

Surely they cannot be cheaper if they are the same price?

miffyl

That's a Philips Gaggia Gran Gaggia Espresso Coffee Machine. For the same money, you can get a Classic from Amazon. http://www.amazon.co.uk/Classic-RI8161-Machine-Professional-Stainless/dp/B0000C72XS

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Gaggia RI8154/80 Espresso Coffee Maker in Red was £199.95, then £159.95 & now £99.97 del @ Sainsbury's
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Gaggia RI8154/80 Espresso Coffee Maker in Red was £199.95, then £159.95 & now £99.97 del @ Sainsbury's£99.97Sainsbury's Deals
Seems to be quite a bit more elsewhere, good reviews @ reevoo.com, scores 8.8/10 from 8 reviewers This iconic Gaggia Coffee Maker is absolutely striking and will make an exceptiona… Read more
TheAppleGeezer

Seems it!

asl9791

it's been OOS since first thing this morning?

TheAppleGeezer

HOT deal! Shame oos though :(

Rudidudi

doesnt it use beans? edit scrub that so grounds but no beans...

midnightz

Are the pods similar to ones that you would find on a Tassimo machine?

Coffee Machine - Gaggia Baby Twins (RI8159/40) only £183.75 delivered! RRP £399.99 using codes @ .philips-shop.
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Made hot 14th Jun 2013Made hot 14th Jun 2013
Coffee Machine - Gaggia Baby Twins (RI8159/40) only £183.75 delivered! RRP £399.99 using codes @ .philips-shop.£183.75Philips Deals
Been looking at the Gaggia range of Coffee machines but have been put off a little by the price... However found this one on the Philips website and by using the promotional code i… Read more
deleted259915

Yes I also bought my classic on ebay second hand, and modded it with digital temperature control. Couldn't be happier!

Grumpyoldhector

I was hoping........ But alas it is now Out of stock! Last time I ordered this from Philips during their sale after Xmas, I had confirmation mail and then received a second email to advise a refund due to an error!!

booyip

Bought a second hand gaggia classic for cheap off ebay and love it. Getting nice frothy milk is not as easy as it seems so be prepared to read and watch you tube. Everyone disagrees on technique too and recommends mods or upgrades. Be warned if this is a new hobby then you will soon discover that to get the most out of your coffee machine investment, you will definitely need to buy a grinder to match (as mentioned above). This means more kitchen worktop space (electric grinders £130 to match) or a decent hand-grinder (£30 ish) if you can take the additional faffing. Rave Coffee do good value beans too. Good bargain price - hot from me.

CRM2

Both this and the Classic are good machines and the £180 mark is a good price. I bought a Classic after owning a Krups and it's a step up into decent home machines (now have a Rancilio Silvia). A boxed, barely used Classic on eBay will cost you half the price again delivered and may be worth considering? The comment above about an Aeropress/ brew methods is a fair one. People can get hung up on shiny espresso machines when the quality of your beans and your grinder (a good burr one) will be as/ far more important in determining the quality of the cup of coffee you make.

sofeac

OH accidentally got rid of the metal rack on top of the drip tray. I have not been able to find another one anywhere, any ideas?