Fancy a KitchenAid coffee machine for less than £100? The premium appliance brand has launched the smart-looking Personal coffee machine, which costs just £89.
KitchenAid fans can now get their caffeine fix without shelling out hundreds of pounds, as the designer brand has launched a filter coffee machine costing a fraction of the price of its usual machines, which typically cost more than £400.
If you prefer your morning brew to be small and strong you may prefer an espresso maker. You can read the review of the KitchenAid Artisan espresso machine we’ve tested, or see which machines make the perfect espresso or capsule coffee by checking out our Best Buy coffee machines.
UPDATE 12/03/2015: We’ve now managed to get our hands on this machine and given it a try – head to our KitchenAid Personal review to see what we thought of it.
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KitchenAid filter coffee machine
The KitchenAid Personal coffee maker is small, standing at 39.5cm tall. It features a removable water tank, for easy filling.
It comes with a 540ml travel mug (complete with lid), which means you can drink your morning cuppa on the go. It also has a permanent filter on board, so you won’t have to worry about the additional expense of paper filters.
Which? coffee machines expert Yvette Fletcher says: ‘The Personal coffee maker looks great and will appeal to the many filter-coffee drinkers out there.
‘KitchenAid is currently updating its Artisan espresso machine, which is expected to hit the shops in October. We can’t wait to get our hands on it and see whether it brews a smooth and creamy espresso with a tantalising aroma – keep an eye out for our expert review towards the end of this year.’
The KitchenAid Personal coffee maker is available from a range of retailers now, costing £89. It’s available in red or black.
We’re planning to try this filter coffee machine in the Which? office as soon as we can, and will update this page with our verdict.
In the meantime, to help you complete your co-ordinated KitchenAid kitchen, Which? has also reviewed the following popular appliances and gadgets from this top-of-the-range brand:
KitchenAid KSM150 stand mixer – £429
KitchenAid Artisan 4l food processor – £350
KitchenAid 5KSB55 blender – £160
KitchenAid 5KEK1522BCA Artisan kettle – £129
For the budding bakers among you, discover what we thought of the brand new KitchenAid hand mixer and see whether it’s worth £100.
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