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Last known price: £270.07

The De'Longhi Bean-to-cup coffee machine (De'Longhi Magnifica) in Silver has: Adjustable coffee grind level, Adjustable steam emission, Automatic descaling program, Automatic rinse, Automatic switch off, Cup warmer, Height-adjustable coffee outlet, Power save mode, Programmable water hardness settings, Programmable water sizing, Removable brewing unit, Removable water tank, Strength selector. 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 1.8L. This Bean-to-cup coffee machine produces a delicious Americano, Cappuccino, Espresso, Espresso macchiato, Flat white, Latte, Latte macchiato, Lungo 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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