Good deal but not for the environment as dolce gusto pods aren't recyclable. ;( They've been looking into options for years. Their nespresso pods are recyclable though. May not matter to you but wish I'd known before I bought.
All Krups Discounts, Offers and Sale - August 2018
Well my compact has developed a fault after just over 3 weeks. There is a retaining spacer in the tap mechanism that for some reason seem to sheer off and fall out of the mechanism. After this the tap now feels loose when opening and is sometimes stiff to close although still usable at this time, looking on the Facebook sub group this seems to be a common fault. looks like I’ll have to contact Heineken and see if a replacement is needed and if so I miggg ask to upgrade to the full sized Sub as a precaution.
Did you get a full refund even tho you had used it?
Tried that with the coffee situation, long story short i lost my football watching privileges (shock)
Easy...get rid of the wife and buy as many beer machines as you wish.
I don't really agree with the concept, just go to the pub and socialise. If you get this at home and have more than 2 mates then you can't all have a pint without refilling the machine with another torp. This is designed for people going to the pub everyday and drinking 2 pints but how lonely would it be to come home and drink alone? If you are having a party you may as well get a proper cooler, gas and pump. The price of a keg of beer from the wholesaler can be as low as £1 a pint.
Would probably help if you said how tall your mug is (y)
One does not simply go to South Shields
So tempted! South Shields Argos Address: Russell Street, off King Street, NE33 1BU Store map & opening times 192.1 miles
£410 at Amazon.
100 mile drive to South Shields. Not completely out of the question.....
I used the student 15 and only paid £24.99! Thanks. Does this come with the travel accessories ( cup , pod holder and 16x pods)? In the details it looks like it does . But in the description it doesn't mention it.
I’m returning the Currys deal and I have ordered this one.
Seriously... WHY? Indeed. If I hadn't just paid more for a pod machine from Currys (a HOT deal from here) I'd be all over this.
White is still showing at Deal Price:£39.99
Keeps asking for a code, the link takes you to their German site.
Taking a punt then, hope I’m as lucky as you :D
I feel good ;) In the last 6 months I bought about 20 warehouse products in ORIGINAL PACKAGING and they were new, unused. Mobile phone, monitor, lens had security labels undamaged. Therefore You can return item if You dont like it ;)
I bought one of these from amazon warehouse. Hadn’t been used once. Still in original packaging listed as “very good”. Still had the code for free 200 pods as well. Maybe worth a gamble.
Not sure how I feel about a used one (lol)
That's a fair comment. There is definitely waste with plastic.
Only thing that puts me off these is the silly amount of plastic you use with the pods.
Krups machines are excellent, great coffee too, been using mine for 5 years with no issues yet
Worth adding that they also have a sale for all their black coffee varieties at the moment on their own website, until 17th July. Most of the supermarkets seem to be listing the coffee pods at £3.99 too, so worth popping in to buy some.
Heat added as I really enjoy these coffees and feel that this is a great deal for those looking for a pod machine. Edit. I wanted to add that you can make ice coffee using this machine. (cold water option)
It's gone 11AM, let's talk beer
I like different types of coffee, so don't mind all the preparation like grinding and frothing etc. I found most pre-prepared coffee to be either bitter or stale. Even the strongest coffee beans don't taste half as bitter as some pre-ground stuff. Just depends on how long it's been sitting on the shelf, even in a sealed pack.
I still use a cafetière myself from time to time but at the end of the day it's very difficult to beat the convenience of a bean to cup machine. I drink my coffee black so don't even bother with all the frothing nonsense although the missus does. I've found toning down the strength takes the bitter edge away on the slightly stronger beans.
True, but I just use a Krups grinder that was twenty quid, a cafetiere, and cheap milk frother for lattes/cappuccinos. I used to use a pod machine, but found a lot of the coffee tasted bitter, was overpriced, and was crap at frothing milk.
Or even buy a bean to cup machine instead, just putting it out there
Out of stock.
I have this , good machine.
I just make my coffee in a cup and the coffee sinks to the bottom. Free!
Can't go wrong at that price
I have this, great machine. I use mine daily. I think delonghi machines have more grind options. This only has 3, but it works well for me.
Also bought the aldi coffee pods when we picked the machine up from currys, great prices. Have had a tassimo for years and wanted an alternative. With the the 150 pods from nespresso, the 16 free and the 50 aldi pods we picked up it's going to take me a while to get through them. :D
Bought it (y) 53£ for 150 capsules at nespresso and you can claim your free aeroccino with that purchase, great!
Bought one of these almost a year ago for £49 and got a free milk frother by online redemption - excellent machine that makes excellent coffee and the milk frother is the ....well froth on the top! We have tried some compatible capsules but the quality of the coffee was not as good as the genuine ones. Given that we don't drink coffee that often, we don't mind paying extra for a really nice coffee. 35p for a pod or £2.00 for an inferior coffee in Starbucks (other coffee shops are available). Buy one and you won't regret it, plus you get a sample pack of pods to get you started on "your coffee journey".
150 Aldi capsules - £25.35 VonShef Copper Finish Stainless Steel Dual Function Electric Milk Frother - £24.99 (Evening Standard Best Buy) Total - £50.34 (just making a comparison) Great little coffee pod machine @ a fantastic price. I paid £60 for mine from Lakeland nearly a year ago, and like many other owners have tried most pods available. Nespresso pods are excellent, both in quality and range, but VERY expensive, (similar to branded ink cartridges). Taylor's of Harrogate are worth trying, when on offer, as are M&S pods, and ASDA's own brand are quite good, (although do occasionally stick in my machine). I have been disappointed with "coffee shop" branded varieties. Aldi are the best balance between flavour and value, imo. All in all, it's subjective, and down to taste and budget, and how much coffee you drink ! Heat added. <3
FWIW having like most owners been through the whole Pod research thing I found these to be cheap (20p each), aluminium with a really nice coffee in them. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00IHXQ1QY/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o02_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 EDIT: They've gone up to 27p each.
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)
Yep, but Option 3 ... even if you drink less than 12 cups of coffee a week, it’s worth pointing out the £216 doesn’t disappear. It’s perpetual (2 year perhaps, can’t recall?) store credit and you only commit to that first 12 months. You can stop after a year, spend the credit a few months later and you still keep the machine. So got to be cheaper than any other deal. Anyway, just my opinion. We ended up drinking too much coffee and I went bean-to-cup when nespresso was costing me £70 every 6 weeks. (excited)
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.
https://www.nespresso.com/uk/en/subscription ^^^^^^^ 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
The rouge edition is £69.00 on Amazon right now.
It's because I work in retail buying and I think I know a bit more of the true value of items. Just because said product has money off does not mean you should buy it. The world is not all sunshine and rainbows I'm afraid.
(lol) (lol) (lol) (lol) There is a 2 year warranty. Every single comment you've made on Hukd is negative.
If you have a referral code the main website is cheaper for this. Plus TCB Obv.
(lol) :o (shock)
Does anyone know of any similar offers to this? Struggling to find anything currently active.
Got the sign up confirm and 60 credit today. ordered the 250 capsules + 4 cups set (welcome offer), paid 28.10 and free next day delivery (home or collection point). Offer is til end of June but credit lasts to end of December. 60 credit in one go + free next day delivery is nice. Normally these companies are sneaky. Sweet deal.
Has anyone tried nespresso compatible pods that e.g. Sainsburys have?
im still waiting on mine... 2 days so far..
I went into the store and they did it straight away and picked up the the stuff straight away
After checking the Nespresso site I ordered this on Amazon. Seems the capsule deal works . If not I’ll return it
Click and bait !
Out of stock everywhere, shame as I would have definitely pulled the trigger on this
Shame there is no stock....
You get £20 off per order. The only issues is that you have to order 200 capsules to get free postage. So up to you if you don't mind buying less than 200 and paying £4.95 postage.
I meant what happened last night it was awful.
I've seen them in both the Bangor branches.
Anyone know if this is national? Website says cheapest is £99.99
Not sure if you mean my comment or what happened .... but both were terrible
"Found this coffee machine in the reduced section last night in Yeading Tesco for £10!" Wow, well done you...Talk about being in the right place at the right time, eh
00s now :(
You should get £20 web credit, two £10 codes.
Yup there were a few left last night!
And then 2 boxes of Dolce Gusto will cost almost the same as the machine. Heat added and cracking find to be fair.
They have a HQ literally down the road from me in York, within Nestle! Any capsules I've ever had delivered have come from there. I'm guessing that's where the "N" originates from in Nespresso.
Yes I can view the internet you know (excited)
Either way, they are wrong. Nespresso is absolutely part of the Nestle group. See below for a link to the Nespresso corporate websire. History of Nespresso
Hmmm that is strange. In every Nespresso place they have said they have no afilliation with Nestlé...Either they are lying or they just hate Nestlé cheap crap coffee hahaha
But Nespresso is Nestle........