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According to your link: 'The DeLonghi EN 550.B has a built-in milk frother, but the DeLonghi EN560 does not have this feature.'

Kinda makes me wonder what the bit that looks like a milk frother in the pic of the EN560 does!

 

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Waiting for DeLonghi to reply as the difference is not obvious apart from some 550 models being offered for a lower price.

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Waiting for DeLonghi to reply as the difference is not obvious apart from some 550 models being offered for a lower price.

Andi.

 

is the 550 not a 4 year old version whereas the other is the current model

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Newer model . . . Looks like some sight changes according to:

 

https://kagoo.co.uk/coffee-makers/compare/delonghi-en-550b-vs-delonghi-en560


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Newer model . . . Looks like some sight changes according to:

 

https://kagoo.co.uk/coffee-makers/compare/delonghi-en-550b-vs-delonghi-en560

 

Seems a bit waffy with some of the ticks and crosses though!


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Without looking into it, I'll just add that the Hotmetalette just got a Lattissima One with a small milk frother on the front for £99.99 from John Lewis. She thinks it's great. All Nespresso machines seem to make identical coffee so from that point of view I'm tempted to say get one like this, save the cash for decent capsules to put through it (unless there are important features of the other model that are important to you).

It's meant we can put away the Aeroccino, which is fortunate seeing as she just got a Velvetiser hot choc thingy, and there is no space left on the worktop!

https://www.johnlewis.com/nespresso-lattissima-one-coffee-machine/p3407369?sku=237277460&s_kwcid=2dx92700024416730448&tmad=c&tmcampid=2&gclid=Cj0KCQiAheXiBRD-ARIsAODSpWO91fbewqZr_NxdE5WsxDzswuh4d2BwHxQKlhs-hTz-meW1B3FK7VQaAgjXEALw_wcB&gclsrc=aw.ds

 

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