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Hi, only if you possess a CONTINUUM TRANSFUNCTIONER, Cheers G
By mr g m fyfe on 15 June 2014
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I've just measured it for you... The mug/ cup needs to be less 10 cm high or less. There is a hight adjuster for any smaller cups. Hope this helps
By Bjorn on 07 May 2014
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By turning the cup size to the largest setting and the strength setting to 75% strong! the double cup button issues enough coffee to fill a travel flask. And as a black coffee drinker, it does make a really nice Americano.
By nigel on 11 July 2014
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The body and casing and the majority of the machine are plastic. It's not a cheap look plastic though. You can, as I'm sure you know spend a lot more and you're just paying for looks not function, the coffee from this beauty will taste as good as that from a £2,000 digital display memory Jura. BTW ignore the milk frot… see more The body and casing and the majority of the machine are plastic. It's not a cheap look plastic though. You can, as I'm sure you know spend a lot more and you're just paying for looks not function, the coffee from this beauty will taste as good as that from a £2,000 digital display memory Jura. BTW ignore the milk frother, just put cup and milk in microwave for 1 minute. You won't regret buying it. see less
By Lil Chonny on 07 October 2014
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There is a way to increase the temperature, which for some reason isn't mentioned in the manual:
With the machine in standby/off mode, press and hold the One cup button until the row of lights come on below. You should see the default of 2 lights is showing. Now press the two cup button repeatedly to select your desir… see more
There is a way to increase the temperature, which for some reason isn't mentioned in the manual:
With the machine in standby/off mode, press and hold the One cup button until the row of lights come on below. You should see the default of 2 lights is showing. Now press the two cup button repeatedly to select your desired setting out of a possible 4 settings. When set, press the 1 cup button again to save your setting, and the machine will go back to off. see less

By Mr. TIM Brown on 16 July 2015
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1 kilo of beans lasts me for weeks. I have 2 coffees every morning and then on the weekends up to 4 cups a day
By Luigi De Palo on 17 December 2014
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I have used it to froth milk a couple of times an had no experience before doing so an Id say as a first time owner of a coffee machine an would say it does what it says on the box! Milked my coffee fine with enough pressure but to be honest it's my first machine!
By Steve on 15 December 2014
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Without a doubt this is a great machine everybody will love the coffee this machine is making
By v christofi on 13 September 2014
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Hi Karen - to be honest the coffee is never 'scalding hot' ( I had a different bean to cup machine B4 this one and the heat of the coffee was much the same) - you can try warming your cup/mug by pouring in very hot water B4 making a coffee - I do find the heat varies and sometimes I do get a rather hot one, but I don… see more Hi Karen - to be honest the coffee is never 'scalding hot' ( I had a different bean to cup machine B4 this one and the heat of the coffee was much the same) - you can try warming your cup/mug by pouring in very hot water B4 making a coffee - I do find the heat varies and sometimes I do get a rather hot one, but I don't know why! are you adding too much cold milk? I only take a 'splash' of milk - but if you drink milky coffee - why not heat the milk first - I haven't got any brilliant solutions - it will be interesting to see if anyone else 'comes back' with a 'Eureka solution' !!! best wishes Alex G. see less
By Alex Gray on 08 October 2014
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There are two compartments, but it's one or the other. You only load the decaf one cup at a time, as and when you need it. It is first and foremost a bean to cup Beast!
By zumbaberg on 28 November 2014