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Italybestcoffee.com has Lavazza Blue Single Serve Espresso Machine (LB910) on sale for $124.99 - $75 w/ discount code 910 = $49.99. Shipping is $8. Thanks Probedude & rytangold
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  • Our research indicates that Lavazza Blue Single Serve Espresso Machine (LB910) is $33 less (36.2% savings) than the next best price from a reputable merchant with prices starting form $91.
  • This sleek and compact espresso machine comes with everything needed to make delicious espresso. With its convenient programmability, you can adjust your shot's daily extraction time to your liking - or, with the use of the manual button, you can end at the precise moment you see your shot has finished. The LavAzza LB910 exclusively uses LavAzza Blue capsules. Made in Italy ~ persian_mafia

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Hot off the presses. EDIT: Looks like this is a 'Deal of the Day'

Lavazza 910 espresso pod machine for $49.99 before tax and shipping using code 910.
Edit: FREE shipping once you hit $50, so find something inexpensive as a filler.

https://italybestcoffee.com/produ...del-lb-910

Amazon's price is$160 !! https://www.amazon.com/Lavazza-LB...B01AMMTFXI

WholeLatteLove's price is $159 https://www.wholelattelove.com/pr...ompact-910

Big thread here which is when I bought mine. Love it!
https://slickdeals.net/f/13002247-lavazza-blue-single-serve-espresso-machine-106-25-tax-w-free-shipping-with-code-welcome15


I've been buying pods for $0.30 /each delivered (by the 100) via Ebay sellers. Delicious! I've gone through 250 pods since May.
Much cheaper than Nespresso and a stronger shot as there's more coffee in the pods.

In for another for a spare.
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Last Edited by DerProfi August 25, 2019 at 02:08 PM
I came across a Lavazza Blue blog [wordpress.com] with some good info and deals, and which even has a recent link back to SD for a capsule deal. Strangely, it's missing this $50 deal. It's there now Smilie (jenesaisquoi).

Whole Latte Love video review [wholelattelove.com]

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If you add a bag of $8 coffee you get free shipping, which is $8 so you'll pay the same amounts and get some extra coffee.
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I have one of these, have also bought one for a family member. I have several friends who i recommended the unit to and have bought it as a result. All have functioned flawlessly.

The only potential hangs up is every 7 pods the bucket must be emptied. If you don't replace the bucket all the way back in, the unit will not function.

Also, if you hold the power button on the side while pressing one of the front buttons, it goes into descaling mode. From my experience, there is no exiting descaling mode until its entirely completed the cycle. You must put 2 full buckets of water through it until it will again return to normal operation. Going into descaling mode isn't something that would happen during normal operation. It would only happen if you were fooling around with it or you wanted to descale and then after like one bucket thought "good enough" and didn't realize that you just have to keep adding water until done. If I recall correctly the instructions for descaling called for 2 full buckets but it took like 2.5 buckets to kick out of descale mode.
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This really is an unbeatable price. If you aren't happy with Nespresso, but like the convenience of capsules, you should try Lavazza BLUE. Better espresso shots, and cheaper capsules than Nespresso. Disregard any negative opinions you have of Lavazza based on their "Nespresso" compatible capsules. The Lavazza BLUE capsules are nothing like the Lavazza Nespresso compatible caps, they are much, much better.

If you do buy an LB 910 make sure to download the maintenance manual. Detailed instructions about descaling, setting the temperature, resetting to the factory defaults, and much more is in the maintenance manual. Strangely, this information is "not" in the provided owner's manual that comes with the machine. You can find it here https://lavazzablue.files.wordpre...manual.pdf
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Ordered one of these from the same site. Arrived quickly but the unit died about a week later. Just straight up wouldn't turn on. Emailed Lavazza, who then pulled Italy Best Coffee in, and they immediately sent me a replacement unit without much fuss.

When it is working, it's quick and the pods are cheaper than Nespresso!
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I have one of these, have also bought one for a family member. I have several friends who i recommended the unit to and have bought it as a result. All have functioned flawlessly.

The only potential hangs up is every 7 pods the bucket must be emptied. If you don't replace the bucket all the way back in, the unit will not function.

Also, if you hold the power button on the side while pressing one of the front buttons, it goes into descaling mode. From my experience, there is no exiting descaling mode until its entirely completed the cycle. You must put 2 full buckets of water through it until it will again return to normal operation. Going into descaling mode isn't something that would happen during normal operation. It would only happen if you were fooling around with it or you wanted to descale and then after like one bucket thought "good enough" and didn't realize that you just have to keep adding water until done. If I recall correctly the instructions for descaling called for 2 full buckets but it took like 2.5 buckets to kick out of descale mode.
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Also, if you hold the power button on the side while pressing one of the front buttons, it goes into descaling mode. From my experience, there is no exiting descaling mode until its entirely completed the cycle. You must put 2 full buckets of water through it until it will again return to normal operation. Going into descaling mode isn't something that would happen during normal operation. It would only happen if you were fooling around with it or you wanted to descale and then after like one bucket thought "good enough" and didn't realize that you just have to keep adding water until done. If I recall correctly the instructions for descaling called for 2 full buckets but it took like 2.5 buckets to kick out of descale mode.
Good to know, thanks. I've been using RO water exclusively so keeping my fingers crossed this will extend the need to descale for a long time (it's been true for our keurigs).

I picked one of these up shortly after coming back from a 2 week trip to Italy and really missing the coffee. I don't see how Keurig is even popular (my wife's machine).
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How is everyone drinking there espresso? I bought one of these machines on the last sale and have been enjoying it. I'm been making iced lattes, 1 shot in about 3.5 ounces of milk. Next time I order pods I will be getting the double shot pods.
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How is everyone drinking there espresso? I bought one of these machines on the last sale and have been enjoying it. I'm been making iced lattes, 1 shot in about 3.5 ounces of milk. Next time I order pods I will be getting the double shot pods.
I've been making caffe lattes.

- pour milk into a cup filling is 1/3-1/2 way.
- microwave for 35 seconds
- use foam whipping wand to froth
- put cup under the Lavazza Blue 910
- pop in an Intenso pod
- press the lower button to dispense
- sometimes add 1/4 teaspoon sugar, still and enjoy!
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I've been making caffe lattes.

- pour milk into a cup filling is 1/3-1/2 way.
- microwave for 35 seconds
- use foam whipping wand to froth
- put cup under the Lavazza Blue 910
- pop in an Intenso pod
- press the lower button to dispense
- sometimes add 1/4 teaspoon sugar, still and enjoy!
Same for me, except I use the Dolce pods.
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This really is an unbeatable price. If you aren't happy with Nespresso, but like the convenience of capsules, you should try Lavazza BLUE. Better espresso shots, and cheaper capsules than Nespresso. Disregard any negative opinions you have of Lavazza based on their "Nespresso" compatible capsules. The Lavazza BLUE capsules are nothing like the Lavazza Nespresso compatible caps, they are much, much better.

If you do buy an LB 910 make sure to download the maintenance manual. Detailed instructions about descaling, setting the temperature, resetting to the factory defaults, and much more is in the maintenance manual. Strangely, this information is "not" in the provided owner's manual that comes with the machine. You can find it here https://lavazzablue.files.wordpre...manual.pdf
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eh, what the heck. In for one for $61.49 shipped. Plus I'll get some pods w/8% back (covers tax basically) from ebay today. Hopefully this machine last many years. I'm not a huge fan of pods, but this machine is WAY cheaper than even a half-decent entry level espresso machine.
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When does this sale end? I get paid Friday morning
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Made in China or Italy ?! TYIA
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Made in Italy by Imper.
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If you add a bag of $8 coffee you get free shipping, which is $8 so you'll pay the same amounts and get some extra coffee.
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