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I already have a classic at work but I want one for home (best sub £200 machine you can buy - IMHO). Can anyone advise the best place (price) to buy one at the moment in the UK? Some time on google and the choice looks like amazon or harts of sur; both at about £180.
Amazon Warehouse has some great prices on Gaggia Classics These are mainly damaged boxes or customer returns Many machines are brand new and in perfect order Please be aware that new 2015 models no longer have a solenoid , as of yet a workaround has not been found for the OPV mod for these new machines ( Jan 2015 ) For the best price click here
Hey guys, Recently tried a proper espresso from my mates out of his Classic. Oh my lord, coffee will never be the same. I'm going to order a espresso machine, Bit tight on money at the moment as I'm a student with part time job. Budget is under £100 (Bare in mind this is just until my course is done and I have money) I've heard good things about the DeLonghi EC155.. But I am looking at getting a used Gaggia Classic. Anything else I should bare in mind? - I'll be using pre-ground for time being... Can't afford a grinder until next month. Cheers Guys
Hi all, Finally decided to order a classic via Amazon Warehouse,it was advertised as having damaged packaging and cost £129.70 including postage. It arrived less than 24 hours' later-very impressed by this level of service-and if I had a hat,it would definitely be off in appreciation/salutation!! Anyhoo,back to the machine. The only "damage"that I could see was at the bottom of the Gaggia box where it had been taped. All the original seals were in place and it was still wrapped in its protective laser film,and had never been out of the box,as far as I could tell. I will post some pics up later via my laptop for information. My advice to anyone interested in buying a Classic would be to choose the "damaged packaging" option on the Amazon Warehouse page if this is anything to go by. Very very impressed,especially after "watching" one on Fleabay which eventually went for £166 plus postage-simply cannot understand why people pay silly money for stuff on there!! Finally,a big thanks to Glenn who posted the link that led me there in the first place!!