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Last known price: £435.06

The De'Longhi Bean-to-cup coffee machine (De'Longhi Eletta) in Black has: Adjustable coffee grind level, Adjustable milk froth, Automatic descaling program, Automatic rinse, Automatic switch off, Built-in display, Customisation of drink temperature, Hot water function, Multiple display languages, Power save mode, Programmable timer, Programmable water hardness settings, Programmable water sizing, Removable brewing unit, Removable milk carafe, Removable water tank, Self-clean, Strength selector, Touch control interface. The power output for this Bean-to-cup coffee machine is around 1450w. Anything greater than 2000W should be considered quite high. It can produce a maximum of 1 cup, 2 cups from one tank fill. Therefore the water tank capacity is 2L. This Bean-to-cup coffee machine produces a delicious Americano, Cappuccino, Espresso, Espresso macchiato, Flat white, Latte, Latte macchiato, Lungo, Ristretto, Tea and you will need to purchase Coffee beans, Ground coffee to use it. This Bean-to-cup coffee machine has a non-standard Transparent water tank water level. We have determined that this Bean-to-cup coffee machine is best for Families, Offices, Singles and couples.

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