Best Amazon Prime Day deal for coffee lovers: last chance to get a cheap Sage Barista Express bean to cup

A machine for the coffee connoisseur that lets you get really hands-on with your brewing ritual

Sage SES875BKS The Barista Express Machine
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The Sage SES875BKS Barista Express Machine in Black Sesame no less is perfect for the coffee connoisseur. It comes packed with high-end coffee-making features, including dose-control grinding, which means you can get an on-demand custom cup of any roasted bean you like and also a £60.00 saving thanks to Amazon Prime Day.

• Sage SES875BKS The Barista Express Machine in 'Black Sesame' finish: £350, was £410, save £60 today only (July 16) for Amazon Prime Day

It also boasts precise espresso extraction, which in essence means you have pinpoint control over the temperature controls. And, for fans of quality micro-foam milk then this particular Sage has production of the white stuff down to a fine-art. Finally, if you love your beans then the Grind Size deal means you have pinpoint control over your fresh coffee.

Sage Barista Express (SES875BKS)

Sage Barista Express (SES875BKS) £350 | Was £410 | Save £60 at Amazon
This is no 'instant coffee' pod machine, but it makes genuinely barista-quality coffee in quick time without needing much expertise on your part. This particular Sage coffee machine does expect you to get a bit involved in crafting your favourite brew, and you can really hone your skills using it, but its push-button dosing and extraction make it simple, if you prefer it simple. A great machine at a tempter of a price.

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If you like to take your time over coffee then the Sage Barista Express is a machine that really grows on you. This coffee machine is designed and built to a very high standard, with fixtures and fittings that should stand the test of time.

• Sage SES875BKS The Barista Express Machine, Black Sesame at Amazon. £349.99, was £409.99, save £60.00.

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Rob Clymo

Rob Clymo has been a tech journalist for more years than he can actually remember, having started out in the wacky world of print magazines before discovering the power of the internet. Since he's been all-digital, he has run the Innovation channel for a few years at Microsoft, as well as turning out regular news, reviews, features and other content for the likes of Stuff, TechRadar, TechRadar Pro, Tom's Guide, Fit&Well, Gizmodo, Shortlist, Automotive Interiors World, Automotive Testing Technology International, Future of Transportation and Electric & Hybrid Vehicle Technology International. In the rare moments he's not working, he's usually out and about on one of the numerous e-bikes in his collection.