The Most Affordable Coffee Machines in 2020

The Most Affordable Coffee Machines in 2020

If like so many other South Africans, you’ve turned a new leaf around your finances at the turn of a new decade, finding high quality products at affordable prices will need to start becoming the new normal. When it comes to something as important as your morning coffee, the great news is that you don’t have to compromise on a good cup just for the sake of cutting a few corners financially. There are many wonderful coffee machines in a more affordable price bracket for you to explore. Today, we’ll take a look at these, which are all perfect for home use. 

Ways To Cut Costs To Save For a New Machine

If you’re a little way off from buying a new coffee machine, regardless of the price, there are a couple of short-term changes you can make to increase your cashflow. Firstly, it pays to cut back on the coffee from the shop around the corner. If you’re used to walking with your colleagues to grab a cuppa, typically paying upwards of R30 a cup and not even thinking twice about using Snapscan, remember that these costs can add up. You can still walk with your colleagues and get some much needed social interaction outside of work while walking with a coffee flask, prepared at home. Alternatively, tell your friends and family that you’re trying to be more financially savvy, and let them know that you’re happy to go for a coffee once a week, and whoever would like to join is most welcome. That saves you the hassle of organisation, and helps you to spend less in the process too. 

Affordable Coffee Machines You Can Bank On

When it comes to finding the most affordable coffee machines that will give you a lot of bang for your buck, the key is not to go for a model that is too high-end, but also to find something that still gives you a great amount of variety. Two specific machines immediately spring to mind. Jura’s F8 and F9 are high quality machines with great reviews online. We’ve tried and tested these two, and if value for money is what you’re after, they’re a good option to explore. The F8 retails at around R12 000 and the F9 at R16 300 (excl. VAT). Both will give you the opportunity to make anything from black coffee to cappuccino, all the way through to teas and lattes. Simple to use and easy to maintain, these machines are tremendously good value for money.

How To Get Your Hands on These Machines Today

If you’re ready to take the plunge into owning your own affordable coffee machine, look no further than Aquaspresso. Not only do they offer competitively priced machines, but they truly take things a step further by providing machine rentals as well. This might even allow you to get your hands on one of the Jura models sooner rather than later. Discuss your options with them, and also ask about some of the specials they may be running at the moment. You can always find a good deal with Aquaspresso, especially if you’re a first-time buyer looking for a bit of guidance on the best machine to use based on your individual needs.