Refurbished Coffee Machines

If you’re looking to get more for your money when investing in a commercial coffee machine, then a refurbished coffee machine could be just the ticket for your business.

Due to the unpredictable nature of supplying second-hand coffee machines, the models we have in stock really varies from week to week. Below is a quick rundown of the machines we most often have available. If however, you’re looking for something more specific, please do not hesitate to contact our team, as we may be able to source something for you.

cafetouch 4600

Cafétouch 4600


Bean to Cup Coffee Machine

A high volume machine offering up to 125 cups per hour of freshly ground speciality coffee. With 12 speciality drinks options available to order from the easy to use touchscreen, this compact and versatile machine has something for everyone. Featuring 3 large product containers including chocolate powder. Available with fresh or powdered milk with a variable frothing system.

Perfect for: Large offices, high footfall canteens and self-service areas

touchscreen commercial coffee machine

Cafétouch 3600


Bean to Cup Coffee Machine

An ultra-compact machine fits neatly into a small staff kitchen but is still capable of serving up to 100 cups per hour of delicious speciality coffee drinks. Choose from 12 drinks options including hot chocolate and hot water for tea. Available with fresh or powdered milk with a variable frothing system.

Perfect for: Small-medium sized offices, automotive showrooms, staff rooms

cafetouch 1 commercial

Cafétouch 1


Bean to Cup Coffee Machine

A swiss made bean to cup machine that’s both aesthetically please and practical. Offering 9 speciality drinks types, with the option to select a larger cup or decaf, the Cafétouch 1 offers ultimate choice and flexibility. With a super quick dispense time serving up to 240 cups per hour, this machine is also ideal for busy environments. Powdered milk only.

Perfect for: Large offices, high footfall canteens and self-service areas

Zircon 2 Group High Group Popup

Expobar Zircon 2 Group


Traditional Espresso Machine

A compact yet powerful traditional espresso machine that features two group heads, two steamer wands and a hot water tap. The Zircon 2 Group makes the job of a Barista a breeze, with an integrated professional grinder, four programmable coffee dosages and a built-in rotary pump.

Perfect for: Coffee shops, cafés, restaurants and hotels

Markus 2 Group Traditional Espresso Machine

Expobar Markus 2 Group


Traditional Espresso Machine

A stylish yet practical espresso machine, the Expobar Markus 2 Group offers traditional Italian aesthetics with sophisticated technology that allows you to prepare speciality coffee with ease. Featuring 2 group heads, 2 steam wands and a hot water dispenser, the Expobar Markus 2 Group can be used by two Baristas simultaneously.

Perfect for: Coffee shops, cafés, restaurants and hotels

flavia mars machine

Flavia Creation 400


Pod coffee machine

Flavia’s unique fresh pack brewing system prepare consistently delicious coffee, quickly and with no mess. With an easy to use LCD screen with quick selection, the Flavia Creation 400 is easy to use, but even easier to maintain. A great value solution that offers over 20 delicious drinks options, including a wide range of tea and chocolate, starting from as little as 20p per cup.

Perfect for: Small-medium sized offices, automotive showrooms, staff rooms

What is a Refurbished Coffee Machine?

A reconditioned or refurbished coffee machine is a machine that has previously been leased out to a customer, then been returned to us, before being given a new lease of life in our workshop. The machines are returned through no fault of their own, the customers’ fixed-term agreement will have simply come to an end, so they either choose to end the agreement or more often than not, upgrade to the latest machine.

At Liquidline we categorise our refurbished coffee machines into two groups, depending on the level of work that has been completed on them.

Refurbished Coffee Machines

A ‘Refurbished Coffee Machine’ is a used machine where we have replaced any badly damaged parts, along with those more likely to daily. We then clean it up, sanitise it and respray any badly damaged components on the outside of the machine. Any small cosmetic scratches or general wear and tear will remain on the machine.

As New Coffee Machines

Our ‘As New’ Coffee Machines however are totally overhauled – they will look and operate as a new machine straight from the manufacturer. A large amount of the internal components are replaced, the whole of the machine is resprayed and external features such as drip trays will also have been replaced.

Why Choose a Refurbished Coffee Machine?

Buying a refurbished coffee machine is a great way to save money and help the environment. Many businesses are cautious of buying used coffee machines as they worry they won’t have the longevity of a brand new machine, but in reality, you can get many years of service from a reconditioned coffee machine. Commercial coffee machines are built to be extremely durable and hardwearing, so have a fantastic shelf life anyway, but the added security of a once over by a professional engineer ensures a reconditioned coffee machine will work just as well as a new one.

Save Money

The most obvious benefit of purchasing a refurbished coffee machine is the significant cost savings. Whilst you may be buying second-hand, because the machine has been professionally reconditioned, in many cases they look and work as good as new.

Improved Functionality

As second-hand coffee machines are generally cheaper than buying or leasing a new machine, you often get much more for your money. Subsequently, you can afford to invest in a better quality coffee machine with more bells and whistles on the specification.

Sustainability

We’re all encouraged to reduce, reuse and recycle in our efforts to boost eco-credentials and protect eh environment. By choosing a refurbished coffee machine you’re reducing the amount of waste produced by creating a brand new machine, reusing an existing machine and recycling as we take a waste product and turn it into a brand new one.

Used Commercial Coffee Machines FAQ

How Old Are Your Refurbished Coffee Machines?

At Liquidline we primarily sell new commercial coffee machines on a lease hire basis, meaning our clients pay a fixed monthly amount for 3 to 5 years. When a client’s lease comes to an end they often choose to upgrade to the latest model, in which case the used machine is returned.

These returned machines are then taken to our workshop where they are refurbished to a suitable standard and resold.

What Repairs Have Been Made To Your Reconditioned Coffee Machines?

The degree and type of repairs carried out on each refurb really varies from machine to machine. In our workshop, we categorise our reconditioned coffee machines into two groups – ‘Refurbished’ and ‘As New’ – depending on the amount of work carried out on them.

A refurbished coffee machine has only badly damaged parts replaced, along with those most likely to fail. The machine is then cleaned up and sanitised before being resold

An ‘As New’ machine however is totally overhauled. A large amount of the internal parts will have been replaced, and the whole machine is resprayed with external features such as drip trays replaced. In effect, it will look and operate the same as a new machine straight from the factory.

Who Has Carried Out The Repairs On The Refurbished Machines?

Our team of experienced engineers and technicians are based at our state of the art workshop in Ipswich Suffolk. They are fully trained to refurbish a wide range of coffee machine models including Cafétouch, Exobar and Flavia. Generally, repairs are carried out by a single technician, but the machine will be thoroughly inspected and tested by a senior engineer before leaving the workshop.

Does Your Reconditioned Coffee Machine Come With A Warranty?

All our reconditioned machines come with a warranty of between 1 and 3 years, depending on the machine, and will also benefit from free delivery, installation and on-site staff training.