Senseo 7810 Single-Serve Gourmet Coffee Machine, Black

Senseo black single serve coffee appliance has a unique patented pressurized brewing system that brews a fresh cup of coffee in just 30 seconds.Uniquely designed, this coffeemaker brews a single serving of fresh gourmet coffee at the touch of a button. Because the machine uses premeasured coffee pods, the system is hassle-free, is easy to clean, and guarantees a flavorful, fresh brew each time. Measuring 13-1/2 by 12 by 8-1/2 inches, the coffeemaker is shaped like a curved cylinder with a round base. Two pod holders are included: a shallow holder that holds one coffee pod for one cup, and a deeper filter that holds two pods for two cups (or one 8-ounce mug). After filling the removable reservoir with fresh water to the “max” line, the pods are inserted and the lid locked into place. A simple push of the “on/off” button and either of the one- or two-cup buttons starts the brewing process. Up to five 4-ounce cups can be brewed on one reservoir of water. Cups are not included, but almost any 4-ounce cup or 8-ounce mug will do the trick. All the removable parts–the pod holders, reservoir, coffee spout, plastic drip tray, and metal cup tray–are dishwasher-safe. The coffeemaker carries a 1-year limited warranty and a variety of coffee pods are available separately. Also, Senseo was awarded the ChefsBest award for best performing single-serve coffee appliance. The ChefsBest Award for Performance is awarded to the brand rated highest overall among leading brands by independent professional chefs. –Ann Bieri

From the Manufacturer

<img src= The Senseo coffeemaker combines an integrated brewing system from Philips Electronics with high quality coffee pods from Sara Lee’s Douwe Egberts brand, one of Europe’s premiere coffee brands for more than 250 years, to create a perfect cup of coffee. The result of over 7 years of research and development, this coffeemaker brews a consistent, balanced cup of coffee each time with a unique frothy coffee layer. Brewing a sensational cup of fresh, gourmet coffee every time, at the touch of a button, the Senseo is perfect for coffee lovers of all varieties.

The Senseo’s mild pressure system heats water to 205 degrees fahrenheit in a boiler consistently every time. Via the mild pressure system, the heated water is forced through the machine and is evenly distributed over the pre-measured coffee pod(s.) Exiting through a pinhole in the pod tray, the newly brewed Senseo coffee is projected into the base of the patented “frothing chamber” where it is lightly aerated to produce the frothy coffee layer. The machine brews at 1.2 bars. Espresso machines typically brew at 9 bars or higher and drip brewers do not use pressure. The machine then distributes either individual or double servings of gourmet Senseo coffee simultaneously–the whole process taking on average only 45 seconds.

Easy to Use, Flavorful Results

<img src= The Senseo is simple to use–start by filling the handy removable reservoir up to the “max” line. Then, insert the pods you are using, and lock the lid into place. Next, push the “on/off” button and the brewing process begins with either one or two cups. You can brew up to five 4-ounce cups on a single reservoir of water. To make clean up easy, the removable parts, including pod holders, reservoir, coffee spout, plastic drip tray, and metal cup tray, are dishwasher-safe.

Senseo offers a varied selection of blends and flavors. In addition to the first four original blends, Mild, Medium, Dark, and Decaffeinated, you can also choose from Paris Vanilla Bistro, Killarney Irish Creamery, Vienna Hazelnut Waltz, Senseo Sumatra, and Senseo Cappuccino. Senseo Cappuccino‘s specially designed pod contains premium coffee with a separate layer of creamer housed in an innovative “honeycomb” to ensure it blends evenly with the coffee. The result is an extra luxurious cappuccino, at the touch of a button, with no extra steps involved.

Senseo Features

  • The first single-serve coffee system that delivers a fresh, consistent cup of gourmet coffee in under a minute
  • Fast and easy to use
  • Brews high-quality, great-tasting premium coffee available in varieties to suit every taste
  • Customizable to ensure your get exactly the cup of coffee you want, every time
  • Revolutionizing the at-home coffee by providing gourmet cup of coffee at the touch of a button
  • Attractive solution for the coffee lover seeking convenience without sacrificing taste
  • Specially designed pre-measured pods, mean virtually no clean-up
  • Sleek, modern design, available in five colors: cobalt blue, black, white, and red
  • Measures 13-1/2 by 12 by 8-1/2 inches
  • Includes two pod holders: a shallow holder that holds one coffee pod for one cup, and a deeper filter that holds two pods for two cups (or one 8-ounce mug).
  • Up to five 4-ounce cups can be brewed on one reservoir of water
  • All removable parts are dishwasher-safe
  • 1-year limited warranty

Product Features

  • Single-serve coffeemaker brews up to 8 ounces in less than a minute
  • Works with pre-measured sealed coffee pods that come in a variety of flavors
  • Simple push-button controls for size selection and power
  • No messy grinding or flavor cross-over; dishwasher-safe parts
  • Measures 12 by 8-1/2 by 13-1/2 inches; 1-year limited warranty

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  1. Maugham "Semana" 16/11/2012 at 7:34 am - Reply

    Excellent Product We have this machine, bought in 2004 and used 2-3 times a day. It still works fine, but it’s white and we wanted a black one to match our new kitchen appliances. So the old one goes into storage in case the new one breaks down.There are a lot of so-called “single-serving” coffee makers on the market today. My wife and I have been very select coffee drinkers all our marriage – nearly 30 years. We started with a beautiful La Pavoni expresso maker, which we still have although we had it completely overhauled about 8 years ago.When we saw the Senseo we thought we’d try it because it seemed much less trouble – although we were highly suspicious of anything that made coffee from “pods” because we were used to grinding our own coffee from beans stored in air-tight containers in the freezer and each cup of coffee we made was made from freshly ground beans.From the very beginning we were impressed with the Senseo. Push a button and 90 seconds later the water for coffee is at temperature. Push another button and you have a fresh cup of delicious hot coffee, complete with a nice “creama” or frothy top just as you would get from an espresso coffee machine. The single serving button gives you a cup a little larger than the single serving espresso you typically get – say in a Parisian or Italian coffee house. This may not be enough for American coffee drinkers used to a large mug of coffee. If not, you can push the “double” button and get either a large cup of coffee or two small cups the size of an espresso drink described above. Coffee pods come in all strengths (light, medium, dark roast), flavors etc. and are sold at Wal-Mart, Target, Safeway etc. and online at Amazon and lots of other places.The pods come 18 to a package and a package costs about $4.75 – $5.25 depending on how many you buy and where. That averages about 25-30 cents per cup of coffee if you choose the single serving button – twice that for the double serving button. This is more than if you make drip coffee or do espresso with fresh ground beans, but I think it’s worth the convenience. The resulting cup of coffee is really good – rich, hot, flavorful and frothy. We used “Dark Roast” but tastes vary.As I said earlier, our 6-year-old machine still works pefectly and we use it every day, at least twice but more often quite frequently.When we have guests we sometimes go back to the automatic drip coffee maker so we can put a whole pot of hot coffee on the table. But even then, if guests request, we can make cups so fast that it’s no problem to serve 4-6 guests a hot cup, all done within 4-5 minutes.We recommend the senseo to friends without reservation.However, there is one thing you must remember if you use this machine – and this is probably true for any machine: If your water has a lot of minerals in it – especially calcium – you must clean this machine periodically. The instructions say every 90 days – but where we live the calcium builds up quickly so we do it about every 60 days. This is important. A friend of ours through out his machine because he said the coffee started tasting bad and I’m sure sure it was because he wasn’t cleaning the machine at all. It’s easy to clean – just run half vinegar and half water through it once, and then pure water once. All you do is put in the vingegar and water, then push both buttons (the single serving and the double serving) and the machine pumps all of the water / vinegar solution through the machine without stopping. Of course, you have to be sure it has a contained below large enough to receive all of this liquid.Also, depending on the mineral deposits in your water, you may need to push a needle or pin through the pod holder drain hole once in a while because sometimes a grain of coffee or calcium build-up clogs the hole.The machine comes with a reservoir tank for water, two pod holders (one pod and two pods) and a supply of coffee (one package of 18 pods).You can order accessories for the machine, which include:A double sized water reservoir (I recommend it highly), replacement pod holders, and a specil pod holder for making espresso coffee especially. You can also buy other replacement parts, but there are only two other parts besides the reservoir and pod holders. These two parts are the small overflow or spill catcher plastic part and a metal “grill” where you sit the coffee cup.The new machine we ordered from Amazon (in black rather than the white one we already had) has one difference from the machine we bought 6 years ago: the spout where the coffee comes out it shorter, making it higher from the grill where the coffee cup sits. This is an improvement because now you can sit a large mug under the spout whereas the old machine made this difficult because the spout extended down quite far – made to accommodate short little demitasse (sp?) or…

  2. Music Mama Rob 16/11/2012 at 8:00 am - Reply

    Convenient & fun I received the Senseo coffee maker as a birthday gift 2 years ago and use it almost daily. I’m the only coffee drinker in the house and hate to waste a full pot of coffee if all I want is one or two cups. Making coffee with a Melitta one-cup filter is just too much work compared to the simplicity of the Senseo coffee maker.The Senseo coffee maker has a reservoir that is easy to fill, and the pods are very convenient to just drop into the pod holder. Two tips I picked up from a single-serve review web site:1: Pre-moisten the coffee pod so that the edges seal better to the holder, and2: Preheat your milk so that the milk doesn’t cool the coffee when it pours into your cup. I preheat my milk for 30 seconds in the microwave, easy to do while the water is warming up.I like being able to make a quick double for my travel mug when I’m running late–much faster than driving to Dunkin’ Donuts or Starbucks and not knowing how long the line will be.I love to show off my machine for company. I can accommodate everyone, whether they want regular or decaf, mild or strong, etc.My only wish is that there could be more varieties to choose from. Plus a little hot chocolate would be nice–especially with the foam on top that the machine makes with every cup. K-cups seem to own the market on variety.Yes, my machine was one of the ones that was recalled. While I had no problem with the old machine, Philips made it very simple by shipping the new machine by FedEx and requesting that the old one be shipped back at their expense in the same packaging. And I was surprised with a pretty white one which replaced the old black one. The white one goes better in my kitchen, a silly thing to obsess about, but I like it.All in all, the Senseo is quick, easy, fun, and convenient. It’s also a lot cheaper than buying on the road.

  3. Rawfish 16/11/2012 at 8:10 am - Reply

    Great for espresso, design problems with coffee, compare with Keurig For the most part I love the coffee that comes out of my Senseo. Unfortunately there’s too little of it.Before you start railing against over-sized everything, look at your coffee cup. I bet it’s a 12 ounce cup, or at least a 10. A 4 oz cup is an espresso cup, tiny, great for espresso, too small for coffee.So, it takes 2 pods to brew an 8oz cup. I’ve lived in Japan, and it’d be perfect for the way they drink coffee, but not the way people seem to drink it in the states. Mug in the morning to get going, mug mid day to keep going. Two “cups” of coffee would mean using six senseo pods in a day, every day.The coffee is delicious, rich, soft… yes its crema. Very yummy. But it costs roughly 40 cents per 8oz, depending on which pods you buy and where.My buddy gave me his Senseo machine because it was impractical to fill a travel mug with it, and it only filled his coffee mugs (12oz) 2/3 with the 8oz max pour (yes, you could do multiple runs, but doesn’t that defeat the purpose of a pod system?)So I like the coffee a lot, but the servings were too small, the water reservoir too small, and the coffee too pricey. Great espresso machine, not so great coffee machine.I’ve stayed with a pod system, but switched to Keurig. Their K-Cups are roughly the same cost, but you get a lot more variety, and more coffee per pod. 12oz instead of 4oz. Also, you can do tea and even fill a mesh pod with your own coffee.Keurig has a better system with about the same upfront cost, same pod cost, but you get more coffee, more conveniently, and it tastes great.

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