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My guess is the people who are serious about their espresso don't mind spending extra for a nice one. It's like 11.99 Mccormicks vodka vs belvedere vodka
I use to have this (or very similar) Delonghi at office 10 years ago and currently use at home Delonghi Dedica (mostly because of size, price and looks). Also on some offices have fully automatic Delonghi machines. And all of them works good for the price if you don't want to fiddle around and just want some espresso. Don't like filtered at all.
Thanks jief 🤣🤣☕️
Bambino vs sage duo temp? Which is best?
If your not a snob you can get a bunch of different $100 espresso machines that work pretty damn good. I mean. It’s only coffee. A drink. Nothing else.
I know this is gonna sound crazy and I think I commented on one of your other YouTube videos but I have two Mr. coffee espresso makers and they do fine they make good coffee good espresso. Little bit of a learning curve about getting the grinder right but I think good coffee good water he gets hot enough there seems to be plenty bar of pressure and it taste good to me and taste as good as what I’m getting at Starbucks not that that’s a benchmark. I have two different apartments I have one in each apartment and they’re good they’re absolutely good. It does have a proper basket
😂 Don’t tell this guy I bought a $40 machine and enjoy cheap flat whites daily!
With a good grinder and even tamp on the delonghi, I doubt he could tell in a blind test vs a gaggia classic
I had a cheap one like that, got bored of the mess and inconsistencie at making coffee, bought an Nespresso pixie and now using Lor capsules lol, it's not the best but its convenient and acceptable…
What's the grinder that's supposed to be so good?
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I have the swan as its my first machine and it works well considering its my first. Easy to use, may not make the best coffee but still good
Hi James, thanks for giving us clear comparison about under £100 espresso machine. My question when we want to buy relatively cheap machine over than £100, so what brand and type that you recommend?
Oh men… I'm a little disappointed… I have the same espresso from Amazon but branded as "Oster", here in Argentina it's a pretty well known brand, but yes, from the first day I realized that something was wrong with my coffee, wasn't terrible, but something was off.
I related that to my lack of knowledge at the time. A couple of months later I bought a nice regulable grinder to grind my beans, but it didn't make much of a difference.
On the plus side, at least now, after watching lots of your videos, I'm much better on the right track in terms of what to consider when buying my next espresso machine.
Would like to see a mid-range unit review! $300 – $400ish.
Fun fact: my machine cost $95AUD. That’s £54.60. It can make a decent coffee with special milks as well. It’s worth it until I get myself a fancy new machine.
I have a Mr. Coffee Espressions that can brew coffee, keurig style cups or make espresso shots and has a frothing wand. I've been messing with it for a couple of years now. First addition was an OXO burr grinder… owners seem to love them, reviewers not so much. For $100 I think it does fine. I've recently added a better filter basket, scale and tamper. That seems to have made noticeable improvements. Also added a WDT to stir out the clumps and a ring for loading coffee into the basket. Also seems to have made an improvement. I'm waiting on a bottomless portafilter as my next step. Being that the machine was given to me to review, my costs are around $250 for everything including the grinder (best investment). It allows me to make good lattes imo, and straight shots have improved to drinkable. The stock filter basket couldn't hold more than about 6 grams of coffee and shots took about 6 seconds… with the new basket, I can load 16-18 grams of coffee ground fine and takes about 10 seconds for it to pull a shot… I suspect because of their claimed 15 bar pressure. Has no gauges, so total unknown what it is actually doing, but it is pulling a pretty full double shot when I set it to 2 shots. I don't have the money to buy a better grinder or machine at the moment, although some of the manual lever machines intrege me. If I had a clue what I would be doing, I'd love to figure out what the machine is really doing inside, see if there was a way to dial in the pressure to a normal area and monitor temp and pressure. I really have a hard time believing a $30K machine is doing anything outside of extracting money more efficiently from your wallet unless it is being used non stop in a business and actually is much more reliable as well as a bit more repeatable. I'd love to see you get your hands on one of these Mr. Coffee Espressions and tear into it to see what/how it is doing it's job.
I've got a cheap machine and actually had pretty good coffee from it. It definitely doesn't pull very good traditional 40g espresso shots, but for espresso drinks like cappuccinos the extra bit of liquid really doesn't make much difference at all
hi james what happen to russell hobbs model 28251 now is £60??/
Great review (as always). thanks. I have a Cookworks machine, which from what I can see is the equivalent of the Swan with a different casing. I have used it for 2-3 years and bought with vouchers cost £60. It's my first espresso machine and cost sadly was a priority. The machine is not impressive, plastic, not nice to use and the manual grinder (recommended by you and thank you) saves it. I'm working on the Mrs to get an upgrade. I'd love a reasonably priced upgrade… next up, "under £500' video, thanks
I have the swan. It broke down in 3 months. It did come with a 2 years gauruntee. The coffee was ok.
A friend recently gave me this exact delonghi. You are spot on. Its so awkward to use which is probably why he gave it away😂 Im glad it won this little challenge though!
Sunbeam compact barista I just picked up for $160 Australian dollars and surprisingly good for what you pay for and makes good cappuccinos and flat whites
I actually owned the Delonghi. It was an alright machine for a casual drinker. But with as infrequently as I drink it, it wasn't worth the hassle of maintaining.
Nowadays if I need a hit, or a shot in regular coffee, I use instant espresso.
I know I know… Philistine…
Try the Mr. Coffee espresso maker.
I'll stick with my Tassimo for now
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I am convinced he hates coffee.
Which one is best here ?