Exp-broyeur MELITTA CAFFEO CI ARGENT
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|Voice command||Mouse, Buttons|
|Item Weight||8.7 Kilograms|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||18.62 x 10.04 x 13.86 inches|
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Type de machine : Expresso avec broyeur - Puissance : - Pression : 15 bars
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Sowohl hinsichtlich der Qualität, als auch vom Melitta Service.
Nach 4 Wochen war der Vollautomat bereits das erste Mal defekt. Nach diversen Telefonaten mit dem Melitta Service, musste ich die Brüheinheit mehrere Stunden in Wasser einlegen.
Eine „Verstopfung“ der Brüheinheit kommt schon mal vor (Aussage Melitta Service).
Nach weiteren 4 Wochen derselbe Defekt wieder. Gerät wurde an Techniker Melitta gesendet. Leider wurde durch den Transport die Maschine beschädigt. Transportschaden. DHL ging leider nicht sehr schonend mit dem Paket um. Melitta Service kümmerte es jedoch nicht sonderlich (vor allem war der Defekt nur noch Nebensache) darum. Entstandener Transportschaden muss vom Kunden beglichen werden (knappe 100,-€).
Zum Glück habe ich die Maschine über Amazon bestellt. Amazon kümmerte sich um die Reparaturkosten! Service Amazon war TOP!
Melitta‘s Service war dagegen einfach nur unbefriedigend.
Mir scheint so, dass bei Melitta die Kundenzufriedenheit keine große Rolle spielt
Anyhow, enough digression, I just wanted to give a reference point to the review for anybody who is looking at this machine from a pod system.
This machine makes lovely coffee drinks at the press of a button. And if you can’t see the button for the coffee that you like to drink, you can make your own recipe up, whatever strength, amount of coffee / milk or foam and even control the temperature.
I like flat white - 50/50 espresso and hot milk. There’s no button for that coffee, so I make a recipe up, use the preset memory and I’m away.
If you want a double size drink or to make 2 drinks at the same time, just press the x2 button and job done.
The major difference between this and the nespresso machines is the amount of cleaning required. I used to put all the nespresso milk prep gear in the dishwasher, but with this machine there’s a dedicated milk cleaning solution that will cost about a £1 / week (£5 / 5 x weekly cycles) and then there’s anti calc fluid (same as other machines) and then some detergent tablets that the machine chomps to clean the mechanism etc, so be prepared for these costs of the consumables.
I bought this machine on offer for £450 and it was a choice between this and the sage barista machine for £500 and I’m glad I went for this one. I’m sure there would be plenty of maintenance and cleaning involved with that one too, along with a steep learning curve to making great coffee, which unfortunately as I live in a busy real world don’t have time to partake in. I love coffee and I want to choose my own rare beans etc, but I also want an easy life, so bean to cup is the way forwards.
Add this machine to your wish list and keep an eye on the price as it fluctuates dramatically and buy it when it seems like value.
I hope this review has been helpful.
Third Impression: Not so great the fact that it stopped working after 5 months. Amazon service made up for it by accepting a return.
Second Impression: Despite the good coffee, the amount of maintenance is exhausting, is continuously giving problems and pouring half the coffee in the cup, half in the inner tray. (I have water softener and do regular intensive cleaning and descaling... not enough)
Great coffee, not so good usability. I wanted to get an automatic coffee machine that could do milk, to avoid doing the froth myself and having to move the cup from coffee side to milk froth side. The alternative it replaces was a nesspresso with milk container.
The good bits:
The coffee is just fantastic, either in the preset modes, that are easy to use and adjust for a single time and make it fuss free to get what you want. You can also save profiles to adapt the coffees in the memory. ( You don’t save Coffe n1 and n2, you save, user 1, likes expresso this way, long this way, cappuccino this way, etc. ) On each section you adapt, amount of coffee, foam, milk strength and temperature. It’s great.
I love that you get the use grind in one container, so it’s a task less for each coffee. In my case I use it for compost and it’s the main advantage vs the Nespresso, it feels a lot more eco friendly since you are not generating a Ton of garbage on used pods.
The milk container is easy to clean, you connect the hose and it rinses the system, so you don’t have to be washing the milk container in the dishwasher twice a week as it happened with the nesspresso.
The neutral ones:
The coffee bean selector, it’s great to have an alternative, but if you don’t use it, then you have half the capacity, I use the same beans on both sides, but you have to switch if often. So you ask the machine to do a coffee and leave, when you come back to get your coffee and it’s not done yet, because it has a message asking you to switch to a different coffee type (it’s a manual selector).
It’s not too fast: You turn it on, it needs just under a minute to warm up, then you select the coffee and it takes just under a minute to brew the coffee, 2m40 sec if it’s a large cappuccino.
The 2 x coffee is great because it requires one click, however, it can’t grind enough coffee for two in one go, so it literally takes as long as two separate coffees. It can also run out of water or coffee during the task.
The bad ones:
It’s big, do measure your space, it’s easy enough to do.
It requires a lot of cleaning and maintenance. You buy a fancy coffee machine to make it easier to get coffee. It’s easier to get one coffee, but when you reach the third one you need to fill up the water tank and empty the drip tray and the coffee grinds. The water container has 1,5L capacity, but it will never wait until it’s empty to ask for more water, it only uses 1L. If you do a coffee at a time: You turn it on, it rinses, make a coffee, turn it off and it rinses again. This may be 100 ml for the coffee and 200ml for the rinsing. In three coffees you have to empty the tray and fill up the water. DO NOT install this coffee machine far from a tap and a sink. By comparison the nespresso needed drip tray empty once a month, not twice a day. ( I have some 5 coffees a day)
There are no audio alarms for anything missing. For instance, or coffee: You want a latte, the machine starts the work, you leave and come back to find a message that the water tank only has 0,5L of water, so you need to fill it up again to finish the coffee, some with the beans.
In short, to use it, you don’t need to do a great deal, but you have to pay attention to it and keep it watered. By comparison with the Nesspresso with milk container… it’s 4 times the money, that’s a lot of nesspresso capsules, may need the machine lifetime to make up the savings. The coffee is not better but it can be customized to each person. And it doesn’t generate that much rubbish (if you recycle properly the coffee machine at the end of it’s lifetime)
It’s only two months with it and I’m very happy because I’m keen on the coffee and machine and I’ve got the patience, if I wanted a fuss free solution and good coffee I would get the Nespresso.
I've had it for a couple of months now and I am very pleased so far, I like the way the machine operates and you can fine tune the coffee and milk delivery to what each individual requires with amount of coffee, milk and froth and a memory for setting up standard drinks. As has already been mentioned by another reviewer the water tray is smaller in capacity than the Delonghi, but is not such a problem because if you don't empty it regularly it begins to smell. The milk system is much better and less of a fiddle than the Delonghi to keep clean and has a higher temperature also.
Overall I am very satisfied so far, I'll see how long it lasts before the problems set in, hopefully not.