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Breville BES810CRN Duo Temp Pro Espresso Machine $256.37 Delivered @ Catch eBay

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Coffee machine at home broke this morning so this was great timing. Was already 22% off at Catch eBay ($307.97) and with the 20% code it is $246.38 + $9.99 delivery.
Reviews (Stainless Steel version)

Features:
Pressure: 15 bar
Capacity: 1.8L
PID temperature controlled Thermocoil - integrated stainless steel water path accurately controls water temperature
Gradually increases water pressure to gently expand grinds for an even extraction
Manual micro foam milk texturing
Automatically adjusts water temperatures after steam for optimal espresso temperature
Manual control over espresso shot volume
Power: 220-240V 1700W
Model: BES810CRN
Colour: Cranberry
Dimensions (approx. cm): 25.7 x 31.2 x 33.4
Country of origin: N/A
1-YEAR MANUFACTURER WARRANTY

Package contents:
Coffee machine
Razor dose trimming tool
1-cup & 2-cup single & dual wall filter baskets
Stainless steel milk jug
Allen key
Water filter holder and water filter

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  • +2

    Coffee machine at home broke this morning so this was great timing.

    Of course I don't know anything about OP's abilities or the state of their machine, but do people not spend a little time to see if they can fix it themselves, or to see if it can be fixed by someone else at a lower price than a new machine?

    • +4

      Old coffee machine was ~10yrs old so it was already discontinued and they stopped selling parts on their store. If I could source the pump (~$100) and knob assembly (~$25) I will still have to disassemble the unit and hope that it will actually fix it. This machine was a good price right now so I decided to skip all that headache.

      • +2

        Fair enough. Just that so many times a fix is very easy, or at least cheaper than a replacement. We really have become throw-away consumers.

        • +1

          Yeah I agree, as a repairer I see a lot of stuff thrown away for very small issues and people tend to diagnose things themselves (Dr Google :P) before taking it to a repairer. We charge $48 in our shop to look at a coffee machine which gives you 1/2hr and in about 7/10 cases I dont even need parts to repair it, or have 2nd hand knobs and stuff around that we fit for $5-10. But anyway after 10 years sometimes its nice to get something new :) We just pickup sooooo much stuff that is thrown away for minimal things thats all

  • is this machine any good? im noob so not sureā€¦

    • I think it's the same pump as the BES870. It's pretty good for less than half the price of the BES870.

      • tks for the info! will think about it.

    • +2

      90% of home machines use that Ulka EP5 15 bar pump, so if you see it advertised as 15 bar pressure there's an almost certain chance it's using this pump.

      This machine is good for the money, but don't forget that the grinder is almost just as important as the machine, so make sure you have the budget for something like the breville smart grinder, or it's still going to suck and you might as well just buy a pod machine.

      I'll crawl back under my rock now.

      • I bought a pod machine.
        Wish I hadn't as I couldn't find a coffee that I found palatable.
        I'm sticking with a French Press for now but would consider something like this in the near future.

    • The DeLonghi combination you have linked would be a good buy given the savings advertised. DeLonghi usually offers good quality gear.

  • Good timing, my old (already second-hand) machine crapped out recently so this is a nice replacement :)

  • Just in time to replace my dying machine. Thanks!