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Breville BES870 Barista Express Espresso Machine - $629.10 @ The Market

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Great coffee machine (BES870BSS), got one myself a year ago and loving it.
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Comments

  • Could probably get the same price at Briscoes as well via pricematch with Noel Leeming

  • If anyone is on the fence, I have had one of these for about 3-4 months so happy to answer any questions. (and yes its an awesome machine btw)

  • Been using this machine for 5 years now and it is still going strong.

    Worth the investment.

  • I concur. Got this few years ago from Noel Leeming ASB showground sales.
    Best investment ever.
    The most bought and satisfied consumer model in NZ for many years I believe.

  • Have been running this machine for years, it really is very good. You will never need to upgrade from this machine.

  • Yeah I got one of these (refurbished with extended warranty, which end up being pretty much the same price as this)

    It's one of the best reviewed unit.

  • How does it compare to good cafe coffee? Does the milk foamer produce good texture and consistency?

    • Depending on the beans you use I would say it's pretty much on par. In saying that I only get cafe roasted beans and never any from the supermarket.

      Milk foamer is controlled by the user just like how a barista would be using it so you control the texture and consistency.

    • I have one and it's ok for home but nowhere close to a good cafe coffee.

      My main machine is a Rocket and that does a good cafe quality coffee but also 4 times the price

    • I hardly ever buy coffee anymore as I get good results at home. In saying that a good barista on a decent machine will always do better.

    • Considering cafe/cart coffee is a hit and a miss a lot of the time, if you learn to use this machine well, you'll pump out consistent coffees. The only time I get a watery extract is when it's a new batch of beans or brand which the first couple of cups will need a slight tweak on the grinds to get that great creama.

      I would buy this machine again if mine was to go missing.

      Also if you do buy it, take note that you can refine the grind settings inside the actual grinder itself, not just the dial on the outside of the machine.
      Buy some extra filters, cleaning tablets and solution to keep it running right.

      Milk can be as silky as you like it, just go slow and creep the wand up along the edge of the milk, tap and swirl the milk while the coffee is extracting.

  • Flack Friday last year it was $538 according to PriceSpy. Try to wait for next month maybe?

  • Must say I can get better options for this money