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Saeco XSmall Vapore Super Automatic Espresso Machine EXPIRED

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Philips has Saeco XSmall Vapore Super Automatic Espresso Machine (HD8645/47) on sale for $249.95. Shipping is free. Thanks jr7936

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Brew a variety of beverage w/ this automatic espresso machine (ex; cafe creme, espresso macchiato, cappuccino, frothed milk & more). 100% ceramic grinders w/ quick heat boiler and one touch user interface. Offer valid while promotion last - Discombobulated

At the time of research, the Saeco XSmall Vapore Super Automatic Espresso Machine is $168.05 lower (40.20% savings) than the next best available price from a reputable merchant with prices ranging from $418

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philps.com has their early black Friday deals live now
https://www.usa.philips.com/c-e/s...l46112__g1
and they have Xsmall Vapore Super-automatic espresso machine for $250, usually 599.99 and free shipping

It's never been this cheap even on amazon.com before
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I would probably jump on this if it had a bypass option for using coffee besides what's in the bin. Thanks for sharing!
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Was anyone able to get the 15% promo for signing up with the newsletter to work for this?

I wasn't even able to get a code - maybe it takes 24 hours.
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Great machine!
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I thought the Philips Carina deal at $349 was the cheapest superauto. Well, this is certainly cheaper. The Carina for $100 more may be worth it for three reasons, larger capacity requiring less refilling of water and beans, 12 grind settings v.s. 5, and as someone else mentioned the vapor doesn't have a bypass port for pre-ground coffee. Great price though. For a basic espresso it would certainly pay for itself compared to capsules.
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Looks like a good deal but gets awful reviews on Amazon.
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Looks like a good deal but gets awful reviews on Amazon.
Phillips products always do. I got the pasta maker last year and LOVE it.
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Looks like a great machine at a great price. If I wasn't spoiled with Nespresso's I would probably get this for the house.
I got the Creatista deal from sur la table. No regrets. If anyone has used a real espresso machine before the maintenance involved vs a nespresso is pretty huge with little difference in quality.
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Ours lasted for 2 yrs then conked.
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I've got the old "BMW" model of which this is a descendant. Had it 10 years now, use it at least 5 times a week. Probably does more Americanos than anything fancy these days, but it's been very reliable. Had one issue with the steam valve years ago and I replaced it myself. Think I bought it for a couple hundred bucks back in 2008... Certainly can't complain about value. Tip.... use filtered water... I use a ZeroWater... Might not taste quite as good without all the minerals, but you'll never have to decalcify again and the water container will never get gross/moldy.
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I've got the old "BMW" model of which this is a descendant. Had it 10 years now, use it at least 5 times a week. Probably does more Americanos than anything fancy these days, but it's been very reliable. Had one issue with the steam valve years ago and I replaced it myself. Think I bought it for a couple hundred bucks back in 2008... Certainly can't complain about value. Tip.... use filtered water... I use a ZeroWater... Might not taste quite as good without all the minerals, but you'll never have to decalcify again and the water container will never get gross/moldy.
Actually demineralizing the water should improve flavor, by allow the water to absorb more of the coffee.
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I have an Xsmall in my office (~ 2 years) and it makes decent espresso. That said, the espresso does not taste even close as good as my Vario & Silvia combo.
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