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Senseo SL7832/55 Single Serve Supreme Coffee Machine, Chrome

by Senseo

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  • Single-serving gourmet coffeemaker uses premeasured coffee pods
  • Brews up to 10-ounce in less than a minute; simple pushbutton operation
  • Removable 32-ounce water reservoir; adjustable spout for different mug sizes
  • Dishwasher-safe parts
  • Measures 13-1/2 by 12 by 8-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.4 x 9 x 15.2 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 7 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B001QTVS6O
  • Item model number: SL7832/55
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (87 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #57,519 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

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Uniquely designed, this coffeemaker brews a single serving of fresh gourmet coffee at the touch of a button, in under a minute. Because the appliance uses pre-measured coffee pods, the system is hassle-free, easy to clean, and guarantees a fresh, flavorful brew each time. The machine's mild 1.2-bar pressure system and special spray head produce an optimally balanced coffee-filtering process, while its patented "frothing chamber" ensures a frothy coffee layer. Simply fill the removable 32-ounce water reservoir with water, insert a pod, and lock the lid into place. The coffeemaker allows for selecting from multiple serving sizes using its interactive LCD display. Choose from a 3-ounce, 4-ounce, or 5-ounce cup, or a 6-ounce, 8-ounce or 10-ounce mug. Depending on the cup size selected and the number of pods used, it's easy to create a stronger or milder cup of coffee. Other highlights include an adjustable spout that can be raised and lowered to accommodate different size mugs, water-level indicator lights, dishwasher-safe parts for quick cleanup, and a free tea-pod holder. Shaped like a curved cylinder with a round base, the coffeemaker measures approximately 13-1/2 by 12 by 8-1/2 inches.

From the Manufacturer

Senseo’s Supreme Single-Serve gourmet coffeemaker boasts an array of improvements designed to enable the consumer to further personalize their coffee experience at home. First and foremost, this new coffeemaker enables consumers to select their desired coffee size by using an interactive LCD display. Unlike the original Senseo coffeemaker that brewed a maximum of 8 ounces, the Supreme can brew up to 10 ounces. The Supreme model also comes with an adjustable spout, which can raise and lower to accommodate different size mugs. And large households won’t have to take frequent trips to the sink to accommodate everyone’s morning caffeine fix--a 33% larger water reservoir now generates four 8-ounce cups from a full tank. Aesthetic refinements include a new chrome silver body. The new Senseo Supreme is now available in chrome silver.
All Senseo coffeemakers combines an integrated brewing system from Philips Electronics with high quality coffee pods from Sara Lee’s Douwe Egberts brand, one of Europe’s premiere coffee brands for more than 250 years, to create a perfect cup of coffee. The result of over 7 years of research and development, this coffeemaker brews a consistent, balanced cup of coffee each time with a unique frothy coffee layer. Brewing a sensational cup of fresh, gourmet coffee every time, at the touch of a button, the Senseo is perfect for coffee lovers of all varieties.

The Senseo's mild pressure system heats water to 205 degrees Fahrenheit in a boiler consistently every time. Via the mild pressure system, the heated water is forced through the machine and is evenly distributed over the pre-measured coffee pod(s.) Exiting through a pinhole in the pod tray, the newly brewed Senseo coffee is projected into the base of the patented "frothing chamber" where it is lightly aerated to produce the frothy coffee layer. The machine brews at 1.2 bars. Espresso machines typically brew at 9 bars or higher and drip brewers do not use pressure. The machine then distributes either individual or double servings of gourmet Senseo coffee simultaneously--the whole process taking on average only 45 seconds.

Easy to Use, Flavorful Results

Like all Senseo’s, the Supreme is simple to use--start by filling the handy removable reservoir up to the "max" line. Then, insert the pods you are using, and lock the lid into place. Then, adjust the spout to the correct height for the coffee mug being used. Next, at the touch of a new button, you can illuminate up to three bars on the interactive LCD screen, with the following corresponding coffee volumes, To brew three, four or five ounces of coffee, use one pod, press the one cup button and select one, two or three volume select bars, respectively. To make six, eight or ten ounces of coffee, use two pods, press the two cup button and select one, two or three volume select bars, respectively. To make clean up easy, the removable parts, including pod holders, reservoir, coffee spout, plastic drip tray, and metal cup tray, are dishwasher-safe.

A Variety of Coffee Choices

Senseo offers a varied selection of blends and flavors. In addition to the first four original blends, Medium, Dark, and Decaffeinated, you can also choose from Breakfast Blend, Paris Vanilla Bistro, Vienna Hazelnut Waltz, Sumatra Blend, Brazil Blend, Kenya Blend, Senseo Cappuccino, and Senseo Espresso.

Senseo Supreme Features

  • The first Senseo to feature interactive LCD screen technology that enables brewing of a variety of cup sizes (up to 10 ounces), customizing the strength of each cup
  • Fast and easy to use
  • Brews high-quality, great-tasting premium coffee available in varieties to suit every taste
  • Revolutionizing the at-home coffee by providing gourmet cup of coffee at the touch of a button
  • Attractive solution for the coffee lover seeking convenience without sacrificing taste
  • Specially designed pre-measured pods, mean virtually no clean-up
  • Sleek, modern design
  • Measures 13-1/2 by 12 by 8-1/2 inches
  • Includes two pod holders: a shallow holder that holds one coffee pod for one cup, and a deeper filter that holds two pods for two cups (or one 8-ounce mug).
  • Adjustable spout
  • All removable parts are dishwasher-safe
  • 1-year limited warranty

Product Description

Senseo silver Single Serve coffee appliance that has a unique patented pressurized brewing system that brews a fresh cup of coffee in just 30 seconds. Appliance has volume select for 6 different size cups of coffee 3-ounce, 4-ounce, 5-ounce, 6-ounce, 8-ounce and 10-ounce. An interactive LCD display shows Heat Up, Coffee Volume, Water Refill, and Descaling Indicators. Also included is an extra large water tank

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

This machine makes very good coffee.
Masterwrapper
Apparently given my product experience, the issues weren't completely resolved.
Gerard S. Lannigan
The coffee smells and tastes like plastic.
amazonian

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

105 of 116 people found the following review helpful By Fred on July 15, 2010
There was no bigger fan of the first generation of Senseo machines than my wife and I. We bought one when they first came out in 2001, and it made the richest, foamiest smoothest cup of coffee you could get without traveling to a Paris Bistro. It put Starbucks and all other coffee shop coffee to shame, not to mention all other coffee makers. It truly gave you something to look forward to in the morning.

Well, our original Senseo machine gave out after a decade of continuous use, and I ordered this new one. Out of the box, I noticed the water chamber did not fit snugly into it's slot like it was supposed to. It stuck out crooked by 1/2" from the back of the machine -- an obvious manufacturing flaw. I then followed the start up procedures to the letter, used the same water and Senso pods we always use, and out came the worst cup of coffee imaginable. Tepid, weak, practically no foam at all, and a strong plastic aftertaste that stays with you.

After comparing the coffee chamber to our old one, it has many differences. The most important of which is the top part of the pod chamber, which used to be all metal (like a fine espresso machine) is now all plastic. The pod chamber is the most important part of the machine, as it controls the temperature and pressure that extracts the coffee essence from the grounds in the pod, along with the level of foam that's imparted. The operating temperature, pressure and foam generation have all been reduced to accommodate the cheaper plastic chamber, which equals less coffee in your coffee. At the same time, the strong plastic taste imparted by the pod chamber gives you the feeling your getting your complete RDA of melted plastic in your body every day :-).
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56 of 62 people found the following review helpful By Richard Kennedy on November 20, 2009
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I had gotten a cheaper model for my parents for Christmas one year and they love theirs. So I decided to get the Supreme model for myself. I've tried many different flavors and it works reasonably well. If you're seriously into flavor, you might want to stick with a pot machine and freshly ground beans. However, I really like the Senseo because it makes a 1-2 cups of coffee quickly and easily. It's very convenient.

My only complaint is that the spout is supposed to be adjustable with this model--and it is! But you only get an extra inch or so of height, which still doesn't accommodate my taller coffee cups. If I had to do it all over again, I'd probably get the cheaper model.
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42 of 47 people found the following review helpful By IROX on December 24, 2009
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I previously owned the older (non-recalled) Senseo model and loved it; I used it daily for over two years. I recently purchased the deluxe, improved, model and the coffee tastes and smells like plastic. I've gone through an entire package of pods to see if the taste disappears; it has not. I don't know if the plasticy flavor and aroma is due to the deluxe model or the 'improvements' made in the overall design; however, I'm very dissatisfied with the system and will probably return it.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Masterwrapper on December 31, 2010
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I did quite a bit of research before I made the decision to go with Senseo. What sold me was the price of the machine, the price of the pods, and the #1 review from consumer reports. My only concern was other reviews about the coffee tasting like plastic. Well I can tell you, nothing is further from the truth. This machine makes very good coffee. The machine is very easy to use. It takes about 60 seconds to heat up and about 30 seconds per cup after that. The coffee is actually very good. One pod will make a small to medium cup of strong coffee or a large cup of weak coffee. If you want a large cup of strong coffee, you will need to use 2 pods with the 2 pod holder. The machine comes with 3 pod holders. 1 for one pod, 1 for two pods, and 1 for espresso pods. As other reviewers have stated every coffee is made with a 1/8 froth topping.(Not unlike a very expensive espresso machine makes). I recommend you try the variety packs and figure out which you like best. Of the 8 flavors I've tried they range from good to excellent. Even though they sell pods for cappuccino, I found if you heat up about 2 oz. milk, add cinnamon and then set the machine for about 5 ounces of coffee, you get a cappuccino comparable to what you would get a Gloria Jeans. The pods are available at your local super market or you can get them on line. Amazon has good pricing and usually offer free shipping. You can also use pods from other coffee companies such as Baronet, Timothy, and others although these pods cost more.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By D. Veith on November 23, 2010
Love both of my Senseos especially since I started buying coffee pods from cafejo.com. I prefer the French roast and Kenya since they both make strong cups of coffee. There are many other types of coffes as well as tea pods. As for the concern that the Senseo pods get stale, all of the pods from cafejo are individually wrapped in foil. These pods are not inexpensive but the quality of the coffee I get from my Senseo using these pods makes it worth the cost to me. Have been buying 12 boxes of pods at a time and have never been displeased.
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Midwest Hacker on November 15, 2010
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I have a Keurig B60 and wanted to get another machine for the office for my own use. I looked at the Keurig Mini and read many reviews and was hesitant although I love my B60 which is around 3 years old and apparently before the current issues they seem to be having with motors and such. So i decided to try the Senseo.
Pluses: It is quieter. It has more cup size choices. It has a smaller footprint. If you want to use your own brand of coffee the adaptor is far better than Keurigs scenario. If you like the frothy top, you won't get that with the Keurig.
Minuses: As I like a 10oz. cup of coffee it takes 2 pods. Cost per cup must be looked at. Does not have near the choices of coffee as Keurig does. Water reservoir is smaller although, that keeps the water fresher if you don't drink alot. (could be a plus for some). Because the Keurig you just pop open, throw out the Kcup and go, it is easier to make the next cup than the Senseo, but not by much. You have to wiggle the pods perfectly in place if you use two, to prevent leaking around the seal.
The quality of the beverage produced seems to be better by the Keurig. My observation is this: If you consider that the Kcup is sealed in a plastic cup with a foil top, it will keep for a long time. The pods are a filter mesh that are placed in multiples in a foil like bag. Once the seal on that bag is broken, the freshness will degrade. SO even thought the machines are not at fault, the storage of the Kcups will give better freshness over time.
Hope this helps you decide which works best for you.
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