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Eurolab Coffee Machine with Grinder - $89.90 delivered + bucky cashback

Posted By: closey, posted 2008/07/29 19:25
This machine used to be $99 on the Deals Direct site but now I see it's only $79.95 plus $9.95 shipping for a limited time. Also there's 6.3% buckscoop cashback!

Don't forget to add the voucher below to get a $10 gift voucher after your purchase if you get in before the end of the month.
Expiry date:2008/08/05
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  • closey2008/07/29 19:26:57
    I bought one of these when they had free shipping @ $99, and I thought it was good value then. The machine is still going strong - the trick is to make sure you keep it clean I reckon :).
  • admin2008/07/29 19:27:23
    Has anyone got one of these. They any good?
  • queenshrew2008/07/29 22:41:36
    admin
    Has anyone got one of these. They any good?


    Well, Deals Direct has 135 reviews on this product with an overall rating of 3 1/2 stars. Pretty average. It's cheap however..you can't expect it to perform like a $1000 coffee machine from a cafe :D Seems like a lot of the reviews say once the thing breaks, only way to fix is to replace the whole machine. I've had similar exp with a cross trainer I purchased from them. One of the belts broke and there was no way we could find a replacement anywhere. So we have to just junk the machine and buy a new one. Cheap, but once you run into trouble forget finding parts etc as you need to get it wholly replaced. If it's out of warranty, you certainly have to pay for a new one. :(
  • admin2008/07/30 00:50:36
    Closey - how long have you had it ??
  • closey2008/07/31 19:47:25
    admin
    Closey - how long have you had it ??


    About 4-5 months... no sign of breaking (crosses fingers)
  • tarajaneace2008/07/31 20:07:07
    I purchased one about 3 years ago.

    Used it once or twice. Never really liked it. Not sure it worked out it was supposed too or perhaps i was used to the one i use at work worth a few grand. It sits in the bottom of the cupboard.. perhaps i should pop it in the trading rooms for sale.

    Tara
  • bigal2008/07/31 21:39:43
    i'm very weary of these branded products. was looking at the bread makers and came across the eurolab breadmaker for $49. was thinking it was cheap enough to try. didnt buy it in the end, today just saw this same product on sale at $19. then went to have a look for reveiws found 2 comments on dealsdirect site saying its garbate. The automatic bread maker doesnt even mix the doe????!!!

    eurolab is just a brand name, may just as well be chinalab
  • closey2008/07/31 22:34:07
    I do have to agree that the Eurolab brand is just there so they can plonk it on whatever OEM stuff they get from China... The DVD and manual for the coffee machine was pretty amusing chinglish... Press the "powder" button to turn the machine on *chuckle*
  • shobbs2008/08/01 07:15:22
    Had one for about 2 1/2 years. Still going strong. Makes good coffee - seriously.
    But someone else I know had theirs break within a few months - so it's a bit of a gamble (cheap one though)
  • bluntman2008/08/01 09:44:42
    My sis has one, had it for at least a year, makes AWESOME coffee, and works like a charm. Im thinking of getting one of these at some stage...
  • MamaK2008/08/01 11:17:48
    I bought this version at DD, it came to under $20 posted and lets just say I got what I paid for.

    Utter junk, we've flushed it out over 20 times and it still makes a coffee that tastes like lighter fluid. I was prepared to take a gamble based on the reviews but mine doesn't seem to work like theirs and I don't think it;s worth sending it back
  • lisss2008/08/01 13:09:28
    queenshrew
    Well, Deals Direct has 135 reviews on this product with an overall rating of 3 1/2 stars. Pretty average. It's cheap however..you can't expect it to perform like a $1000 coffee machine from a cafe :D Seems like a lot of the reviews say once the thing breaks, only way to fix is to replace the whole machine. I've had similar exp with a cross trainer I purchased from them. One of the belts broke and there was no way we could find a replacement anywhere. So we have to just junk the machine and buy a new one. Cheap, but once you run into trouble forget finding parts etc as you need to get it wholly replaced. If it's out of warranty, you certainly have to pay for a new one. :(



    Oh dear, hope that doesnt happen to our cross trainer from them!! It is making a funny noise and I did notice the belt is flimsy, u get what u pay for!!!
  • queenshrew2008/08/01 13:31:06
    lisss
    Oh dear, hope that doesnt happen to our cross trainer from them!! It is making a funny noise and I did notice the belt is flimsy, u get what u pay for!!!


    Yepp..! For sure.
    The cross trainer was ok initially.. I was using it for a few months. Then hubby decided he really likes my cross trainer and started running about 20km on it everyday and after 2 weeks, it broke! :(

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