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[eBay Plus] DeLonghi Nespresso Lattissima One $89 (Usually $299) - 100 Units Every Hour 10am-4pm @ Bing Lee eBay

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100 every hour starting 10am until 4pm.

May the odds be ever in your favour.

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This offer will be available for a long as it is displayed by eBay at: https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/153619659955 or while stocks last (“Offer Period”). 100 DeLonghi Nespresso Coffee Machines will be released each hour at 10:00am, 11:00am, 12:00pm, 1:00pm, 2:00pm, 3:00pm and 4:00pm on 13th September 2019 only. Once sold out, the item listing will not appear on https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/153619659955.
The offer entitles you to a $210.00 discount off the purchase price of the item ID 153619659955 (discount applies to item cost only, excludes postage). The discount amount will be set out in the advertising banner for the Selected Item that is displayed at https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/153619659955 during the Offer Period.

Might be able to pair with the 100 free capsules promotion from Nespresso as well: https://www.nespressopromotion.com.au/Fathersday2019/promoti...

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  • +10 votes

    Here we go again friends! 🤣

    How to better get one:
    1. At 10am find out who the seller is
    2. Add it to your cart
    3. Go to the checkout screen and leave it there
    4. Spam the buy button
    5. Make sure you use the credit card option not PayPal
    6. Profit?

    Good luck! May the finger clicking gods be with you.

    • +7 votes

      Looks like it's this item.

      • +1 vote

        So can we pre load it in our cart?

        EDIT: Yes you can. But damn that went fast.

        See you all in an hour.

    • +2 votes

      Don't you need to put in the promo code as well?

      • +2 votes

        Crap, can’t edit now. Thanks for catching that.

        Put the promo code in

        Sorry forgot that step.

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          It would be fun if they changed the promo code every hour. It might increase the chance of scoring one

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      Sorry why not PayPal?

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        Some people think CC payment is faster than PP payment on eBay, but it isn't true if you have enabled PP One Touch and have authorised your browser.

        With PayPal One Touch™, you'll speed through checkout without having to log in every time.

        • -1 vote

          I had it on the previous sales and still didn’t work until I used my cc.

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            @cnut: It does work and I won 3 items in the eBay 20th birthday lottery sale with PP One Touch. Just as fast as, if not faster than CC. I would've won the 10am sale too but for the bad YouTube review.

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    And why credit card option?

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    I was thinking the same ..does this require any promo code ?? or will it’s be straight $89? Any ways at this price this will be an awesome deal…just wondering if any one is already using this one and wanted the feedback…

    • +14 votes

      Honestly wouldn't bother. It's like printers and ink.

      Retail price is never the true price and this machine like most leaves alot to be desired

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        Compatible pods work out to be $0.55ea (normal price), is that not a good deal?

        I've heard really good things about Aldi's basic espresso machine too.

        • +4 votes

          Nope… My beans cost closer to 4-5c per shot for the same dose. Pod machines at the end of the day don't come close to a decent bean machine.

          That being said I see equivalent featured pod machines drop and rise in price like this all day.

          • +3 votes

            @kronicmacstigator: Yeah but to be fair are you a certified barista?

            These machines are a matter of convenience, takes 1 minute to make a decent noninstant cup of coffee compared to 5mins prep on a espresso machine.

            I do wonder if nespresso really make an effort to recyle the used pods their customers return. Need proof.

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              @THICKnSLOW: Still in training.

              Really need to talk to my instructor in Seattle a bit more.

              The quality difference between bean and pod is insane. Ironically it only takes myself a minute to brew a decent cup when the boiler is hot anyway.

              • +1 vote

                @kronicmacstigator: Working at Starbucks doesn't count bro

                • -2 votes

                  @TEER3X: Would never get a job at Starbucks 'bro'. It's a backburner plan for my own cafe one day if I want to pursue it. The profit margins if done right are insane.

                  Starbucks is the McDonald's of the coffee world. Shit, shit and slightly less shit.

                  Wouldn't waste my time

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                  @TEER3X: Seriously though, things are different at the flagship store in Seattle

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                    @Bunnyburger: Would not doubt that.

                    Though lots of them in the US make good coffee. They all have single origin stuff and it's super fresh.

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            @kronicmacstigator: You're comparing apples with oranges man.

            I often roast my own beans and my cost is way less, and I control the freshness. Comes at a cost, time, convienence cleaning crap up, etc. Can't compare a pod machine.

            I also am happy to spend $5 on a cappuccino that I know is going to be great because they use beans I wouldn't normally buy.

            • -1 vote

              @TEER3X: Are you sure you aren't mixing meth with your dose?

              Of course I am comparing apples with oranges. There is a massive difference between pod and beans.

              Hence why I am a bean person.

              Of course if you can roast your own beans then it stands to reason that the shot cost is going to be even less again

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      Code above

  • -2 votes

    So just to be clear, this is for eBay plus members only?

    • +2 votes

      Yes, as stated in the title

      • -1 vote

        Yes thank you, just wanted to make sure. I guess the downvoter is having a lousy day? Hope it gets better for you.

        • +4 votes

          It's Friday on ozb. You'll get used to it

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          Nah just annoyed people can't read titles.

  • +11 votes

    Cue comments:

    • I've been refreshing since T minus 5 minutes
    • it was in my cart and I missed it
    • it's a scam! I want my precious time back!

    Happy Friday ozb

    • +1 vote

      You missed 'cant compete against bots'

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      You missed "the promo code isn't working pls help"

  • +10 votes

    Well, there goes my productive Friday.

    Come 4:01pm I have nothing and will be a dithering angry mess.

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      Geez ain’t this the truth

    • +1 vote

      You aren't missing much at all!

    • +1 vote

      you need caffeine

  • +5 votes

    These are a competition not a deal

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    Is this really worth $89?
    Anyone tells me?

    • -2 votes

      Worth $89 but still wouldn't buy it

  • +2 votes

    Hardly worth the $89 too, spend a little extra on an actual espresso machine..

    • +2 votes

      Well a "little extra" for the machine I'd want is probably an extra $650 (or more) from $89.

      • +1 vote

        Let me guess, a Breville?

      • +4 votes

        Bes920 dual boiler is the official ozbargain coffee machine.

        • +2 votes

          Maybe so, but as far as longevity goes I'd rather a Rancilio Silvia. Even better, you can purchase one second hand for $300.

          • +1 vote

            @EDM: 12 years and mine is still going strong.

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            @EDM: Great, is there enough 2nd hand $300 Rancilio Silvia for Ozb ?

            • +1 vote

              @phunkydude: Unlikely. This was a comparison between the Breville and Rancilio which both go for roughly the same price brand new. If you are looking for an espresso machine that is only a few dollars more than this pod machine have a look at a De'Longhi Dedica EC685. I picked one up on special for $117.

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            @EDM: Yeah that is even more "little extra" than the machine listed here.

            I have never seen a Rancilio Silvia sold for $300. At that price it would be in dire need of repair/servicing I'd say.

            • +1 vote

              @serpserpserp: I've seen a few, although recently less. I picked up a La Pavoni pub machine (brand new 4k+) for 400. There are deals out there to be had.

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                @EDM:

                I picked up a La Pavoni pub machine (brand new 4k+) for 400

                Did it work flawlessly?

                • +1 vote

                  @serpserpserp: To this very day. Was purchased about two years ago, it is an older model from the mid-2000's. Can plumb it in but have it running off a 10L filtered water jug.

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      These are more convenient though. There's a tradeoff between quality of coffee and ease of use. It's a large step up from instant that's for sure.

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    flexes Broden time…

  • +3 votes

    Gee. Reading the comments, People really get mad because they can’t buy something?

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      Is it a deal if you can't even buy it? Hint: yes.

  • +1 vote

    Is this going to be a whole lot more expensive over say 2 or 3 years to run compared to an actual coffee machine that grinds beans?

    Dont want to waste 90 on some pods and a machine that ill just chuck away later

    • +1 vote

      A crapton more expensive, less fun, lower quality etc

      • +3 votes

        Assuming 50cents a pod which usually contain around 8 grams of coffee, which is equivalent to $62.5 per kg of beans. A bag from Aldi? $11-12/kg. Even ordering from a local roaster would set you back at the most $40/kg. Really depends on how much you value the convenience, or how much you enjoy making and drinking coffee, as there is more work involved with an espresso machine.

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          Even ordering from a local roaster would set you back at the most $40/kg.

          No I'd say any decent local roaster is going to be minimum $50-60/kg.

          But your point about it being cheaper than nespresso is 100% correct. But you are paying for ease of use/marketing with nespresso.

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            @serpserpserp: Fair point, I tend to look for the more value options (Manna Beans + Pablo & Rusty). Have you tried these?

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              @EDM: I've had P&B actually done at a commercial café and it wasn't to my taste. Manna Beans no. But I love to start drinking my coffee a day or two after it is roasted (even if it is still a little green from being immediately roasted.)

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        Fun?

        • +4 votes

          Some people are 'into' coffee. They'll turn their nose up at nespresso and only order some obscure roasteries small batch beans hand picked by an orphan in Columbia. They then hand grind it with a century old Chinese spice grinder and run the beans through a grade to ensure consistent size grind. Then they run it through their $5000 Italian built coffee machine with a hopped up thermostat that they only fill with the best distilled water from the mountains of Sweden. All to get a cup of coffee that is barely distinguishable from McCafe quality to anyone but themselves. Fun.

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            @shtgnjns: Made me laugh—thank you, sir. It’s the usual case of people attributing surplus meaning to things that can’t substantiate them, which in this case is just a couple of milligrams of liquid. It just gives them a sense of self-importance, sophistication, and elitism so that they can feel distinguished from peasants. Happens with many other things—watches, clothes, audio gear, etc.

    • +1 vote

      If convenience is paramount to your at home coffee drinking experience and/or you're not comfortable making your own espresso with grinds then these machines create a pretty simple and decently drinkable coffee. In terms of price, below are some calculations I did a while back regarding ongoing cost…

      Depending on how much your prepared to spend on your beans vs nespresso the pod systems might be on par in terms of cost. Some people pay $60/kilo for fancy fresh roasts which is about $1 per double shot espresso. Nespresso pods and compatible pods run anywhere between about 40c and 90c per single shot.

      Personally, I find ALDI single origin beans at $13 kilo to be quite reasonable in terms of quality and taste (especially at the price point of $13/kilo which works out to about 24c/double espresso).

      Tldr - If you're happy to buy cheaper offers on beans such as supermarket blends then overall savings of using ground coffee will add up quite quickly.

  • +3 votes

    Good luck to all who are interested. FYI, i bought https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/New-Philips-LM8018-90-LOR-BARIST... 2 weeks ago and its perfect.
    Paid $120 after cash back promo and also got 50 free capsules.

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      Does it take the standard Nepresso pods? If i fail to get one of the sales today, might buy a cheapie for my mother. $120 is not bad.

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      That's a great deal! Did it list with a different price?

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        Used 20 % bing lee promo code and later $50 cash back from Phillips.

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    • -3 votes

      That's already been posted and answered in the title.

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        Ok just saw it after refreshing

        • +1 vote

          Edit: the product page says you can

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            @Enjoyer: After purchasing you get a email from binglee with redemption instructions so id say it is confirmed.

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    How easy is this one to clean the milk pathways? Will I need to spend 5 minutes cleaning it every time I make a coffee with milk?

    • -1 vote

      What are milk pathways? Are they walkable?

      • +1 vote

        I think he mean the part where the milk compartment connects to the machine

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          That's a better way to explain it, thank you! (brain is still booting up - I haven't had my morning coffee yet.)

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            @Sunn0: Nah your way was fine, I was joking. Obviously they're not walkable, swimmable maybe

    • +1 vote

      Pretty easy. The plastic box in the front with the metal arm is all the milk touches. The entire thing detaches, then there is a straw that goes to the bottom. Rinse the straw, the metal arm until the water goes clear where the straw attaches, and the box, and you're good to go. I've found the more annoying part to be the drying, since it doesn't make sense to reassemble it immediately and you have the pieces laying around all day.

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      Theyre easy to clean with just water running but its also dishwasherable.

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    10am until 4am in the body, 10am until 4pm*.

    • +1 vote

      You'd be in with a fighting chance at 3am

  • +2 votes

    So basically none available to humans.

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      It's 100 every hour for 7 hours, or 700 units. It's not impossible.

  • +8 votes

    I don't want one… but will waste my time trying to get it

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    Does the machine allow you to froth the milk without an espresso shot?

    My Lat+ doesn't allow that. I don't know how you would do a Ristretto or Lungo with milk.

    Also this is missing a button compared to my Lat+. I have a cappuccino button and a latte macchiato button. They only have one button with milk froth.

    EDIT: Watched youtube videos. It seems it froths everything inside the milk carafe. So if you want latte you fill it up to the latte line and if you want cappucino you fill it up to the lower line. That means each carafe only stores enough milk for one coffee. This is tedious. I don't like this. If you want to make more than one coffee at a time, you have to reopen it and refill it. You can't just pour enough in for a few coffees.

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      Could you run a blank shot or even a re-usable steel pod to get past the machine needing to give you a shot to froth milk? Then obviously just dump the shot of blank water