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Old 27-10-2014
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Coffee Pod machines

After using a Aldi coffee pod machine for the last 2 years its started to leak. Been happy with it and probs get another one. Just seeing if anyone recommends another brand?
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Where is it leaking?
Had ours for three years min 3 cups a day from it, up to 20 with visitors and hot choc etc, fresh tank water + cleaner run through it every 6 months and no leaks, but if left on it does get a little "drip" from the nozzle.
If ours cracks it, would buy another especially when they are special
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I've got a dolce gusto machine, about 2 years old now & love it. No aldi here so dunno how they compare.
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Man take it back you will get another for free don't say when you bought it just return it, were on our 3rd frother from there as they keep failing but an easy job to return and get a new one.
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I have a cafitaly machine and love it. Not too $$ and makes great coffee. No aldi here either so cant offer a comparison.
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I used to drink coffee maybe once a month. Ever since trying coffee from a pod machine, I drink it almost daily. Had a caffitaly first and now a Breville Nespresso machine.

The breville is much smaller and better in several other ways. Nespresso cost around $70 extra from memory and well worth it. Caffitaly and lavazza pods weren't very nice either.

I haven't bothered to order any nespresso pods since the ones that came with the machine ran out (you get 16 from memory. Every flavour) but they are the best I've had. I've tried a couple from harvey norman which were crap. I drink L'Or mostly, but Coles pods are pretty good and about $2 cheaper.

I've read good things about the Aldi machine, and they have plenty of flavours but after my caffitaly experience, I decided to go for the pod king, nespresso.
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Aldi mach is fine, comparing with nespresso. Just buy another one or return it if you can. I have my morning coffee / do work emails (read dbw) routine every morning and it's great. I always use two pods though haha. One isn't fun enough.
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Forget the fancy machine, if you like coffee this is unbeatable, cheaper and easier.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...pot_on_hob.jpg
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Forget the fancy machine, if you like coffee this is unbeatable, cheaper and easier.

http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedi...pot_on_hob.jpg


I still prefer the old school percolator. Buy my favorite coffee when on special and can make the coffee the way I like it.

Tried a pod machine and found I needed multiple pods to get the strength I like
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I take this thing with me everywhere.

Use it everyday.

But if these aldi one's are okay might purchase one.

I love coffee.
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