Asda Smartprice 12 Cup Coffee Machine Reviews
Product Type: Asda coffee machines
Newest Review: ... I've owned works in a very simple way - two compartments that open via the top of the machine. One is where the cold water is ... more
Customer Asda Smartprice 12 Cup Coffee Machine Reviews (9)
by - written on 16/06/09, updated on 15/10/09 (Very useful, 426 readings)
I have to admit when our 10 year old Morphy Richards coffee maker decided to leak in February we were rather gutted, only because we only had ground coffee in and no instant, and at the time, the weather was still miserable. Well that and it took the kettle out with it! I have to admit finding a coffee maker for as little as £7 had me major sceptical, but as we were caught short at the end of a shopping fortnight, we basically didn't think it would last 5 minutes. We just hoped it would last long enough to get enough money for a decent coffee maker. OK so for your £7 you get a rather basic black apparatus, with a jug, draw, basket filter and a cone ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/02/12 (Very useful, 61 readings)
I've been the proud owner of two REALLY cheap coffee machines in my life. One from Argos for £5 and this one from Asda for about £7. I bought this coffee machine about 2 years ago in store in Asda - I remember it being cheap, under a tenner for sure. Nowadays Asda don't seem to stock this model, instead have a nicer looking £20 machine as their 'cheap' option. Why they still don't sell this I will never know, because its great. I still have this one, its lasted me a couple of years and whilst its been in storage for a while as the cafetiere gets more attention, it still works fine. ------COFFEE ADDICT------ Drinking coffee for me isn't ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/09/10 (Very useful, 78 readings)
I bought this coffee maker from Asda when I decided to stay at home for another couple of years, the plan was I was going to be moving out but then my circumstances changed and my dad ended up coverting my big bedroom into a kind of bedsit so that I could chill out without having the rest of the family in my face. I've got a couple of different cafetierres but when I saw this 12 cup coffee machine in Asda for £7.00 I thought it would be worth a go. It's a dead easy machine to use, you just fill it with water and add fresh ground coffee to the cone then switch it on and wait for the coffee to drip through into the jug. I think the coffee takes quite ... Read the complete review
by - written on 19/05/11 (Very useful, 57 readings)
I recently needed to purchase a simple to use and basic coffee machine for our small office at work and my first port of call was Asda where I knew I would be able to find a bargain. Sure enough, this basic model was on sale for £7 and looked to be exactly what we were after. This model is a 12 cup coffee maker of the most simple design imaginable. All you have is a large water reservoir at the back, a stand for the jug to sit on and a filter to sit the coffee grains in. The water heats at the back via an element (much like a kettle) and then drips through the ground coffee and into the jug below. So far so good. I have a pretty decent (DeLonghi) ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/01/10 (Very useful, 66 readings)
I decided to pick up a cafetiere at Asda but found that this coffee machine was cheap so it seemed like a no brainer. Turns out it was a good purchase at 8 pounds or so and I have put many cups of coffee through this machine. It's designed to be very easy to use and with limited functionality so no frothed lattes here! It's also quite plasticy and is very lightweight. Features But for those who like filter coffee this is worth considering. Black in design the coffee machine doesn't look particularly attractive and is rather bulky compared to other filter machines I've had. There's a very large reservoir at the back which holds ... Read the complete review
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