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    map coffee pod machines? worth a shot?

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    Im considering a Map coffee pod machine at Harvey Norman. Its $288, comes with milk frother and 10 pods. Is this a good idea? Are their better pod Machines or are they all bad?
    any advice? :-/

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    Re: map coffee pod machines? worth a shot?

    Quote Originally Posted by 537F767675757275717E72757C7C71100 link=1313129566/0#0 date=1313129566
    Im considering a Map coffee pod machine at Harvey Norman. Its $288, comes with milk frother and 10 pods. Is this a good idea? Are their better pod Machines or are they all bad?
    any advice? :-/
    In so many ways, Id consider it a very bad idea...

    Ill leave it for others to elaborate....

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    Re: map coffee pod machines? worth a shot?

    Sorry coffeebeanhead you wont get any support for any of the pod machines on this forum.

    The biggest problem with them is the coffee is stale and everyone on this site agrees that freshly roasted, freshly ground coffee is the key to good espresso.

    Theres a Nespresso thread on the Whirlpool Gadget forum that you might get help in, or you could change your mindset and drink good coffee ;)



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