DeLonghi Nescafe Dolce Gusto 'Melody 3' EDG625.B Black coffee machine with Play & Select by
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About this item
This Dolce Gusto 'Melody 3' by DeLonghi coffee machine in black has a bold round design with an impressive array of features, including a 'Stop safety' device and a timer, programmed to take it into automatic standby after five minutes. The Melody uses NESCAFE Dolce Gusto pods which are available in over 26 hot or cold fantastic flavours, the seven-level LED play and select system allows you create your perfect drink by being able to set your own choice of capacity or stick to the recommended capsule sizes. It also comes with a removable reservoir for easy cleaning, a 'Thermoblock heating system' and a drip tray with an adjustable height. When you purchase receive a starter pack of 6 free pods with your machine to use as soon as you get it home.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Giraffe75 Excellent coffee
Great coffee and other flavours...very easy to use, quick and simple to clean. Came with a voucher for money off the pods.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by katkin Coffe time
Love it, it's the best coffee maker I have every bought so easy to use and to keep clean. Used the coffee suggested levels and adjust to suit my own taste so simple and coffee is perfect every time.
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