The Best Cycling Deals on Coffee Machines - Father Clinchmas Deal Delivery

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Grab up to £351 off some of the best coffee makers for cylcists and coffee connoisseurs!

Ho ho ho! It's very very nearly December, which means it's probably time we started looking ahead to the 25th of the month and how we're going to show our favourite cyclists how much we love them.

Obviously, you'll never go amiss with a decent pair of cycling socks and bike bits are always welcome stocking fillers. However, finding someone else's perfect bibshorts, saddle or wheelset can be difficult if you're not consulting them. Finding their perfect coffee machine is much easier.

Coffee and cycling go together just about as well as coffee and cake. All three are considered the holy grail of days out.

You can make that holy grail so much more attainable by giving yourself or your loved one the gift of good coffee at home.

In today's Deal Clincher Father Clinchmas has gone for a good rummage in his panniers and pulled out a selection of the best coffee machines out there for bargain prices!

Capsules or Beans - Which coffee for me?

The selection of coffee machines we've featured in this round-up are compatible with a wide variety of coffee sources.

I'm hearing an "all coffee comes from beans" at the back. Yes, you're right. However, if you've been paying attention to home barista'd coffee over the last decade, you'll know that for convenience and quality's sake, your coffee can come from a capsule too.

Some of these machines use Nescafe's Nespresso or Dolce Gusto or Levazza's Modo Mio capsules. These machines are often cheaper, they'll also make your coffee a little quicker with less washing up and maintenance of your machine. The downside, of course, is the ongoing cost of the slightly-more-expensive-than-beans capsules.

We're also featuring some traditional coffee machines and some bean-to-cup machines that take a lot of the work of traditional coffee making out of the equation for you. Machines, eh? They're great.

Anyway...

Going in ascending order of current price, here's Father Clinchmas's haul:

 

65% off De'Longhi's Jovia EDG250.B - Dolce Gusto coffee machine
£28.00 | WAS £79.99

De'Longhi Jovia EDG250.B - Dolce Gusto
£28.00
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As we mentioned earlier, coffee machines these days make coffee in different ways using differently branded resources. This bargain coffee machine from De'Longhi uses Nescafe's Dolce Gusto pouches that can make over 30 different drinks from green tea, to hot chocolate and more types of coffee than you can shake a tea spoon at.

Obviously, from a cyclist's perspective, a quick coffee is a must. If you're pottering around the house in your cleats before you shoot off out the door for your morning ride, the last thing you want to be doing is trekking too and from cupboards and sinks to make your beverage.

Bear in mind that at this price you miss out on some features, like automatic turn-off. So make sure you're paying attention to your drink unless you want a watered down espresso or a counter covered in milky liquid.

 

54% off Lavazza's A Modo Mio Jolie Espresso Machine
£34.50 | WAS £64.50

Lavazza's A Modo Mio Jolie Espresso Machine
£34.50
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Here's a double bill of coffee machines. Both this Lavazza A Modo Mio Jolie, and the PLUS version below are stylish Italian coffee machines that use Lavazza's proprietary capsules to deliver your caffeine fix.

At a touch over 30 seconds, both of these machines deliver you an espresso in no time at all. For the cycling purists out there, you won't need to look past the standard Jolie here. After all, you lot only drink espressos, right?

For the mere mortals amongst us, the PLUS may be a better option, especially if you like a comforting milky beverage after a cold winter ride.

 

30% off Lavazza's A Modo Mio Jolie PLUS Espresso Machine
£69.99 | WAS £99.00

Lavazza's A Modo Mio Jolie PLUS Espresso Machine
£69.00
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While the Plus may be a bit more expensive, for you're money you're getting more than just a milk frother - with which your cappuccino needs can be met.

Not only is this machine more stylish; it loses the plastic for an entirely stainless steel chassis, it also packs a bit more power, contains a filter to ensure that your coffee comes out tasting perfect every time, and as we mentioned before, carries a milk frother.

 

17% off Magimix's Nespresso Essenza Mini Coffee Machine
£74.99 | WAS £89.99

Magimix Nespresso Essenza Mini Coffee Machine
£74.99
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A small, compact espresso machine, once again carrying the hallmarks of classic Italian design.

The Magimix uses Nespresso capsules to make your coffee, and like the classic Italian bicycle designers, does an excellent job of bringing quality design to quality performance.

This machine is both quiet and compact while also being totally automatic. No more beating yourself up when you realise you forgot to turn off your machine before your ride when you get home; the Essenza automatically makes your coffee, then automatically turns off after a set period of inactivity.

 

16% off De'Longhi's Traditional Pump Espresso Machine
£83.99 | WAS £99.99

De'Longhi Traditional Pump Espresso Coffee Machine EC146.B
£83.99
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Back to basics now with De'Longhi. This 15-bar pressure machine makes coffee the old fashioned way: with ground beans.

Using a simple dial operating system this machine will make coffee just the way you're used to in your local coffee shop for an absolute steal of a price.

 

30% off Krups's U White Nespresso Coffee Machine
£90.00 | WAS £130.00

Krups U White Nespresso Coffee Machine - XN2500140
£90.00
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If you're a creature of habit, look no further than the Krups Nespresso U.

This machine is perfect if you like the same drink every morning before your ride. After 11 uses, this fancy unit memorises your drink size and pumps out the perfect coffee for you while your pre-ride ritual.

 

£351 off Krups's EA9010 Espresseria Automatic Bean-to-Coffee Machine
£749.00 | RRP £1100.00

Krups EA9010 Bean to Cup Coffee Machine
£749.00
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Finally, the pièce de résistance of this round-up: The Krups EA9010 Espresseria Automatic Bean-to-Cup Machine.

If you're after an all-in-one unit that'll make your coffee the traditional way - you know, sans aluminium waste and expensive pods - but you don't have all the appropriate equipment to make a good go of it: this is the machine for you.

Obviously, with the grinder included your coffee will be fresher and more intense than any of the pod coffees that have featured above. The machine is quiet on dispense and is easy to use - so first timers out there, don't worry!

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