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Deal of the week: Gaggia coffee machine, £120 off

Big savings on the Classic Gaggia coffee maker

Deal of the week: Gaggia Classic coffee machine

Deal of the week: Gaggia Classic coffee machine

On the hunt for a coffee machine as a gift for someone special this Christmas – or as a treat for yourself? We’ve spotted a great discount on the metallic Gaggia Classic coffee maker.

The stylish-looking Classic coffee machine from Gaggia makes espressos and cappuccinos from ground coffee, or ‘easy serving espresso’ (ESE) pods.

Gaggia Classic deal

The Gaggia Classic is still being advertised on the Philips website (the owner of Gaggia) at its full RRP price of £306.38, but we’ve spotted it for a lot less than that – more than £120 cheaper, in fact.

Head to Amazon to buy the machine for £185, plus free Super Saver delivery.

The Classic is one of the simpler-to-use Gaggia machines that we’ve tested, as it’s operated using just three switches – on/off, steam and coffee.

Before you buy, read our full review and spec details for the Gaggia Classic coffee machine, including whether we recommend it as a Which? Best Buy. 

Got a question about coffee machines?

If you love coffee, don’t miss our live online coffee machines Q&A, exclusively for Which? members, on 22 November from 12.30pm.

Whittard chief coffee buyer Giles Hilton will be joining us to answer all your coffee-making questions, from finding the best coffee machine for your taste to top tips on creating barista-quality espressos and cappuccinos.

Set an event email reminder today by visiting our coffee machines Q&A page, and send us your questions in advance to live@which.co.uk.

More on this…

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  • We’ve rated and reviewed more than 70 coffee machines – go straight to our Best Buy coffee machines
  • Where to shop for our coffee machine deal of the week – Amazon

Prices correct as of 10am, 15 November 2011.

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