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About timj17

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  1. Hi, I think the pod cost is probably more important as we will be buying a lot. I've seen the £50-70 senseo machines around, but don't mind spending more on the machines if it will save us in the long run. Thanks, Tim
  2. Any help would be greatly appreciated! Anyone heard if Philips plan to stop selling senseo? We don't want to buy that many and find we can't get pods or additional machines in a few years. Thanks.
  3. Hi, We have some accommodation units in South Devon and want to buy a pod based coffee machine for our top of the range accommodation. We need 30 for now, maybe more in future years. We will be including some free pods and want to sell additional pods in our shop. So the availability of the pods for re-sale and the cost per pod are probably more important than the initial machine cost, as well as the taste and ease of use for customers! I have looked into the Senseo machines and individually wrapped pods (which is ideal for us) from thecoffeepod.co.uk which work out at about 12p each. The only thing that concerns me with Senseo is not many people sell the machines now, will they be discontinued? Does anyone have any advice or suggestions? Thanks..
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