Philips 2200 Series Fully automatic Espresso Machine with LatteGo, EP2230/14, Black
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Enjoy 3 delicious coffees from fresh beans, including cappuccino The intuitive touch display makes it easy to adjust the aroma strength and amount of coffee LatteGo provides silky smooth milk froth and is exceptionally easy to clean with just 2 dishwasher safe parts and no tubes Go up to 5000 cups without descaling with Regular replacement of the AquaClean water filter " Large capacities in compact design: 9.7oz bean container, 12x waste container; 60.8oz"
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We bought the coffee machine one month ago and our experience has been terrible so far and we are going to return it. Every week, the machine stops working properly and won’t brew the coffee. This happens even before we have time to proceed to the weekly cleaning and maintenance, so Philips instructs is to go through a series of steps to try to get this issue fixed. After spending one hour and lots of coffee beans trying all these steps, the machine will finally start working again ... until the next 5-6 days. We are very disappointed. It has been months we are shopping for the best machine and at the end we turned out to use our old one so at least we can have our morning coffee on Sunday. For that reason, we wouldn’t recommend the machine to anyone.
This is my first super-automatic machine and here's my impressions after 5 month of usage :Pros :- Small form factor, takes about the same amount of space as my previous Nesspresso- The LatteGo system is fantastic, almost no cleaning to do- The coffee is really hot and you can adjust the temperature (default is medium, which I use)- Water filter is includedCons :- Almost all travel mugs and some Macchiato glass won't fit- A bit water-intensive : the machine rinse when you turn it on and when it turns off. The dip tray is fulled rather quickly- You can only adjust the level of coffee and milk on the 3rd preset- The included grease tube is very small and replacement is expensiveOthers :I ran into a strange issue couple of times when the water tank was just refilled. The machine would grind the coffee then starts to pour water. No coffee would come out and I have absolutely no idea why. A look into the puck tray showed that no water made contact with coffee. Usually, I fix this by using the hot water function to purge air from the system.On any others machines, these downsides would made me giving it 4 stars. Therefore, the price of the 3200 easily makes up for them.
Belle machine a café fonctionne très bien et très polyvalent. Bon café allongé ou cappuccino. Prend quelques minutes a faire les réglages et quelques jours voir 2 semaines avant d'être bien rôdé mais cela en vaut vraiment la peine.
I am appliance installation technician with 15 years experience and it is first time I came across such a bad, poorly engineered and low quality product. I don't want waste my and your time explaining drawbacks of this product. Will mention only two most annoying. Water sensor started giving me errors after first hour of usage. Then it was going off ten times a day, sometimes even during the brewing process. In only a week of usage the front panel sensor buttons stopped responding. I am returning this joke back to manufacturer and never ever gonna buy anything starting with PHILL and ending with LIPS
Love it! If you need help deciding between which model to get - frother or latte go. Here’s my opinion. I decided with latte go mainly because I had an espresso machine before which broke down, but I was obsessed with frothing the milk and doing latte art (for a good 1-2months) then I kind of got sick of it and sometimes wished I could drink a latte without doing so much work! And when I’m running late to work, there’s no time to manually froth milk. The 3200 latte go is worth the extra money for the convenience and added drink options. It literally makes my latte in 3min, machine start up is instant, and clean up is so easy. Btw, making green tea latte and other milk based drinks are possible. Select latte macchiato and stop the milk when it’s done dispensing. **Make sure to follow the first time set up instructions (very tedious, takes 15min but a must. Do it so that if there’s ever a mechanical failure with the machine in the long run, you did your part. There’s a step by step video on it from the manufacturer)**Some reviews had mentioned how it doesn’t vent well and is prone to mold build up..... (let me explain - the machine can take whole beans or pre-grinded beans). The pre-grinded bean area is the same area as the vent.1. The whole beans section has an “aroma seal” so the steam won’t affect it.2. if you want to use pre-grinded beans, it does say to only use 1 scoop per each coffee, so the machine can vent itself after each use.3. If you are worried about mold build up, I would suggest to use whole coffee beans. The machine has a built in grinder. I don’t see any reason to purchase pre-grinded beans instead.Espresso machines can vary in price so I suggest do your own research. For me this did seem expensive at first but after comparing this to other super-automatic espresso machines, this one is considered to be priced entry level. I’ve been using the machine for over a month now with not a single issue, and I can say the price is well justified! After all it is an investment if you drink coffee everyday.