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I picked up this discount card offering 35% off a brand-new Sage machine if anyone is interested.

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That’s Dual Boiler for £780. Not a bad deal!

 

Someone’s gonna get lucky

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What have been people's experiences buying directly from Sage?

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What have been people's experiences buying directly from Sage?

 

I did order some spares long time ago and the shipment wasn’t the fastest, but went OK.

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I bought a toaster directly off them. Crap, no problem sending it back, just a phone call. Warrantee will be 2 years, not 3 as per Lakeland.

 

;) Who needs the vouchers - looks like the code on them just needs entering when a purchase is made.

 

John

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In Use Sage DB+IMS Shower Screen, Niche. Profitec T64. Others Sage BE, Mazer Mini A, Ceado 37J. Projects Little Gem, Gaggia M7D

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It's the same code in all photos isn't it?

That's a good discount.


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The trouble is they are very expensive direct. That’s a substantial discount which likely makes it cheaper than mainstream retailers, but only by about 10%. But hey, still not to be sniffed at! Nice work.

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Makes the Bambino £40 less than Lakeland. The question is, is it worth the extra £40 for the third years warranty? Not sure how reliable Sage equipment is...


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My man maths reckons I can save almost enough on a DB to buy a Niche to go with it....


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My man maths reckons I can save almost enough on a DB to buy a Niche to go with it....

 

Sounds like a no brainier. I mean it’s almost an investment!!

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It's the same code in all photos isn't it?

That's a good discount.

Yes, all codes the same. I meant to upload it only once and correct way up, but my I.T.skills failed me!

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I think I'm going to have to pull the trigger and buy my first machine after lurking for a while. Thanks very much for the code. It will soften the blow when my domestic boss asks how much it was...


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Thanks very much, this has just made my Oracle Touch £1299 which is a massive discount, compared to anywhere else.

 

Well you can buy a ACS Minima from Bella Barista for that=Bonkers


SAGE IS NOT A UPGRADE

 

 

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Well you can buy a ACS Minima from Bella Barista for that=Bonkers
Even though there's no grinder on the Minima, I know where my money would be going.

Laissez les bons temps rouler

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yep the Minima is :)


SAGE IS NOT A UPGRADE

 

 

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Just remember, Sage don't support your right of repair and you shouldn't encourage this by buying their machines....please get something more worthy.


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@DavecUK. By that I take it you mean Sage won't supply spares for you to repair them yourself?


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@DavecUK. By that I take it you mean Sage won't supply spares for you to repair them yourself?

 

Pretty much yes.


ACS Vesuvius DBPP, Izzo Duetto DB, Minima DB, Lelit Bianca Prototype DB (paddle flow control) BTC Machines: Roasters: Amazon Dalian 1kg Drum Roaster, other failed roasters: Grinders: Ceado E92, Niche US and UK: 145kg assorted greens: My reviews at https://coffeeequipmentreviews.wordpress.com/

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@DavecUK. By that I take it you mean Sage won't supply spares for you to repair them yourself?
They restrict the vast majority of parts for their chosen service engineers (Coffee Classics) to supply & fit (with call out & labour charges on top), so you can't even shop around for the best price.

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Just remember that on the Minima the heater elements cannot be replaced independently of the boilers and also as the boilers are made by a third party, replacements may not be available in the future.

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Do Sage even do a repair service in Northern Ireland? I know they don't do the White Glove setup service here, and that's one of the things that put me off buying a DB as a matter of principle.

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Do Sage even do a repair service in Northern Ireland? I know they don't do the White Glove setup service here, and that's one of the things that put me off buying a DB as a matter of principle.

 

That is one of the stupid things about them and their attitude with spares. Best ask how they honour the warrantee in N Ireland and while there is a hefty discount with the vouchers Lakeland give a 3 year warrantee. Others offer 2 years.

 

Problems come if the machines break after that.

 

;) Noticing the Minima mentioned against an Oracle LOL I wasn't aware Minima had a built in grinder, dosing and tamping plus the touch screen of course.. Not being able to change the heater element on them seems a bit odd as well. An Oracle would not be my choice either but peoples needs vary.

 

Maybe Sage are best summarised as they provide a lot in all of their machines for what they cost but out of warrantee repairs can be expensive. However if the machine can be taken to Coffee Classics repair costs are very probably pretty reasonable. Otherwise the repair costs are plus £Xx / hour travelling time.

 

LOL Maybe many other espresso machine makers are glad that Sage have a catch. Sage don't seem to care about the catch as they sell anyway. Breville, the parent company have tried various things in the past but decided to restrict spares some time ago. Seems to have happened late in the UK as a fairly recent problem.

 

John

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In Use Sage DB+IMS Shower Screen, Niche. Profitec T64. Others Sage BE, Mazer Mini A, Ceado 37J. Projects Little Gem, Gaggia M7D

:pToo many filter baskets - maybe. For sale when I get round to it. Robur Elect, Ceado 37J, Ascaso i_1,Piccino

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