Senseo SL7832/55 Single Serve Supreme Coffee Machine, Chrome
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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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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 :-).Read more ›
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Machine works great. The Douwe Egbert coffee is delicious. My only fear is that they'll stop exporting the coffee to US. Coffee can only be bought on line- still it's worth it.Published 17 days ago by Thomas Morris
Love this coffee maker, too bad they stopped selling it in the sates. the inferior K-cup machines are all you can find.Published 15 months ago by jonnybravo
model sl 7832. no one can tell me who own senseo. It's not sara lee, and Philips says no. Why do I ask. I get zero customer service from senseo on my model. Read morePublished 22 months ago by craig lawler
After having this machine for a couple of years (which I believe is not long in the life of a small appliance) I came out this morning to make a cup of coffee and it didn't work. Read morePublished on November 20, 2013 by Terri D.
I seldom make more than a single cup of coffee in the morning, and so a single serve machine is a great idea. This one by Senseo uses convenient pods—no fuss, no muss. Read morePublished on November 16, 2013 by Philip Michaels
Got my Senseo Supreme as a gift back around Christmas 2007, and it is one of the recalled "Fire Hazards" with bursting boilers. Read morePublished on May 7, 2013 by Joe
Ok, so I was the last person to use the old one- Nana on a visit- Son in Laws must have in the morning Senseo cup of coffee... Read morePublished on January 31, 2013 by GaylaS