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want to help me find a coffee maker in the sale?

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ditavonteesed Thu 13-Jan-11 08:00:28

my gorgeous and very expensive coffee machine has broken . I need a new one but diont really have much money. It was just a plain old perculator, no fancy bits but it had a timer so could set it to be made when you get up which was so nice.
anyway anyone fancy helping me find another?

moragdingdongbellingham Thu 13-Jan-11 10:11:01

Just bought a Magimix Nespresso and think it's brilliant.
I don't drink that much coffee and was wondering about how much I would use it but the novelty has not worn off at all.
If you buy before 31st Jan you get £30 of free coffee too.

ditavonteesed Thu 13-Jan-11 16:27:28

bit out of my price range, but very lovely.
anyone tried one of these like the look of it and like that no electrical things to break. just wonder if it would be a hassle to make in the morning and we would end up just having instant. noce to thing of freeing up a bit of workspace as kitcen is tiny.

arentfanny Thu 13-Jan-11 16:34:07

Do you really want the latte/cappucino option? a freind has one and only makes one at a time and a bit of a faff to clean, we have www.johnlewis.com/230134059/Product.aspx in various sizes or just a cafatiere which we also have.

ditavonteesed Thu 13-Jan-11 16:53:13

it is a lot cheaper without the cappucino option isnt it. cafitiere are always a bit bitty. I do like a nice coffee, although I drink it black but could make cappucino's for guests and things. hmmmmmmmm

arentfanny Thu 13-Jan-11 20:07:28

you could always get something like this for when guests come, seems to have good reviews.

ditavonteesed Fri 14-Jan-11 17:43:36

my mu has lent me her mukka thingy as she says it is rubbish, I am in love with it.

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