Breville Duo-Temp Pro Espresso Machine
Shipping Options:: $5 Standard OR $10 Two-Day OR $20 One-Day
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Condition: Factory Reconditioned
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3/19/2017 - $279.99
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Isn’t this a covfefe machine now?
I bought the Breville Barista Express model here on Woot! earlier this year. It is like this one, but has an integrated grinder on top. Retail about $700, and I bought a refurb here for about $350.
It works fantastic! Wow, I like what it produces better than what I get at most coffee shops!
I did have a problem where I wasn’t getting good pressure on extraction all of a sudden. I called Breville Customer Service, and the guy walked me through doing a factory reset and it has been fine since.
I was just going to buy this one, but now I want the one with the grinder on top
was debating if the grinder is worth it or if more counter space is better.
Myself, I like this model. I prefer a stand alone dedicated coffee grinder that I can use for all applications, Drip, French Press, and Espresso.
I had to navigate to page 10 of 11 of the “Stuff you bought” to find the old Breville espresso machine I bought on Woot almost 9 years ago.
If you are on the fence about buying a refurbished/recertified product from Breville, based on my personal experience, I would say “Go for it.” The model I bought in 2008 is an older version of this one. I got it recertified, and it is still going strong and making great espressos, americanos, and lattes.
This new model seems to have a few newer features—if my old machine weren’t meeting all my needs, I would not hesitate to pull the trigger.
Agreed. I would also note that if one component breaks, it’s easier to fix or replace (or even upgrade) separate appliances.
Bought it/love it/highly recommend it.
My take/opinion on these “refurbs” is that they are, like the Dyson units, victims of buyers remorse. So sure, it s a good machine, but is it a $500-good machine. For a little over $200, on the other hand, there is clearly a market for it. So what I think we are seeing is customer returns over price, not necessarily machines that were broken or defective.
I also have a 9 year old Breville espresso machine I purchased on Woot (in the old days) and it’s Still working great! I went on to buy several refurbished Brevelle products; blender, juicer, coffee-maker, all still going strong. The coffee-maker (with built in grinder) has outlived another high-priced model, only to be resurrected and put back into use after the replacement died. That was 2 years ago, and it’s still going strong.
I bought this machine the last time it was offered, back in March. It was $60 more, but well worth it. I think I’ve easily saved $60 bucks on coffee since I got it. Works great and makes great espresso (that I use to make Americanos). If you’re on the fence, flip over to this side; it’s a great machine.