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[Best Buy] Breville Barista Express (BREBES870XL) - 499.99$ (same price on Amazon)

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[Best Buy] Breville Barista Express (BREBES870XL) - 499.99$ (same price on Amazon)

The Breville Barista Express looks to be on sale for 499$ at Best Buy and Amazon.

https://www.amazon.ca/Breville-BES870XL ... ta+express
https://www.bestbuy.ca/en-ca/product/br ... 56821.aspx?

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It drops to 499.99 every couple months... I think it's an okay price if you're rushing to get one. Both the bay and Amazon had this at 499.99 in late Oct /early Nov (IIRC), during Bay days (and I think Amazon matched the bay).
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Great machine. I expect it to be cheaper on BF or BD. I think at one point it has gone down to $440.
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Aug 20, 2009
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I use this Machine everyday. $499 is the average sale price. Its well worth the money! F*#% single use pods i'll never go back!
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Life changing product

Fortunate to get it for less but was eBay refurb
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Freshly ground coffee in the morning is the best. I am not really into espresso that much but now i am addicted to cappuccino. Very reliable so far, got it on prime day for the same price.
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Oct 22, 2014
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Is it best to buy this machine and hope the average grinder doesn't die or buy the Delonghi Dedica at 227.50 from Canadian Tire + a good grinder ?
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LunaticCalm wrote:
Nov 17th, 2018 7:22 am
Is it best to buy this machine and hope the average grinder doesn't die or buy the Delonghi Dedica at 227.50 from Canadian Tire + a good grinder ?
This machine has proven reliable for years with couple of ppl that I know, they use it daily. I myself am a lazy guy, I have the Saeco Super automatic, just press the button it grinds and brews. However, my brother enjoys his Breville with the pressure gauge and whatnot.
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LunaticCalm wrote:
Nov 17th, 2018 7:22 am
Is it best to buy this machine and hope the average grinder doesn't die or buy the Delonghi Dedica at 227.50 from Canadian Tire + a good grinder ?
Exactly my thought. Not specifically the Dedica but any espresso machine + grinder. The nice thing about a split set up is you could grind a few days worth of coffee so it takes up less counter space.

The grinder is this is okay and I found the machine to be rather inconsistent. Apparently it was because I was using kicking horse beans.
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We use ours everyday. Great machine.

This is where we get our coffee beans for it...so far great experience over the last couple of years.
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PriceHunter wrote:
Nov 17th, 2018 7:31 am
This machine has proven reliable for years with couple of ppl that I know, they use it daily. I myself am a lazy guy, I have the Saeco Super automatic, just press the button it grinds and brews.
I was using Saeco magic in the past, but it had the tendency to clog every other week, leaving me without my morning dose.
I switched to this Breville and my only remark is that it hasn't 1 cubic ft grains-tank. :-) The water takes me 20 sec to refill with my pull-out faucet.
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zemonti wrote:
Nov 17th, 2018 8:09 am
I was using Saeco magic in the past, but it had the tendency to clog every other week, leaving me without my morning dose.
I switched to this Breville and my only remark is that it hasn't 1 cubic ft grains-tank. :-) The water takes me 20 sec to refill with my pull-out faucet.
Mine is a Saeco Intelia going strong for over a year now with more than 5 cups a day, my only note is that it doesn't warn me of low water levels and just stops mid brewing. So I always check water prior to brewing. Bought from Costco so not worried about the warranty :). Cleaning weekly and dealing semi annually as well as grinder oil remover tablets.
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Thanks OP! Bought black one, was waiting for that model for months :) Usually silver model cheaper, I saw 449 some time ago, but not a black one.
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jbredflag wrote:
Nov 17th, 2018 2:16 am
I use this Machine everyday. $499 is the average sale price. Its well worth the money! F*#% single use pods i'll never go back!

Had this for 2+ years. Only thing that I had to replace was the rubber O ring. Here is the
to the video of how to do it. It was $5 bucks for the part and I replaced the O ring my self. We use this device multiple times per day. This is an absolute beast of a machine. For maintenance I use vinegar with water 50/50 mix every 3 months.

Leave the stupid pods.

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