January 4, 2007

Fantazio T Disc Dispenser for Tassimo

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Looking for a way to organize all those Tassimo T Discs you've got on your kitchen countertops? Look no further than the Fantazio Tassimo Disc dispenser for Tassimo. The dispenser comes fully assembled ready for use and takes up to four varieties of T Discs. The labels will show through the dispenser front and you can even get the dispenser in a variety of colors. This is only available in the UK but they do ship to the US. Thanks to SMBB for sending this in.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 4, 2007 7:37 AM

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I have this and it thought it was a joke when it arrived, cheap plastic like a document folder you can buy for £1 - It's just stamped with the Fantazio name, worth a fiver but no more.
Looks ok but not worth the £14.95 I paid for it.
And the feet on it are cheap plastic bubbles.
You can buy all the materials to make your own from any pound shop!!!


Posted by: Storm at February 21, 2011 12:47 PM

Did anybody else notice that the RAVING reviews all were posted within 2 days of one another?? Hmmm...I think the owners put their friends up to something! Not to mention that a reviewer happens to know about how the company has their design rights protected. PuhLEASE!!
IMO, it looks cheaply made, doesn't hold the milk discs and I want a product that is like a K Cup holder - one that can hold a VARIETY of flavors that I can choose from. Not just 4.


Posted by: Jen at November 29, 2010 1:30 AM

Do none of you drink milk drinks? How do you organize the latte/cappuccino milk discs??


Posted by: Jane at July 26, 2007 3:21 PM

I have 4 of these. They are absolutely wonderful! I would recommend these dispensers to anyone.


Posted by: Ashley at February 21, 2007 10:38 PM

Hi, just wanted to say how practical I have found these, I run a small hotel and these make the breakfast area so much neater, I have the bins too and I get so many comments from my guests about how great they are. Yes they are made of plastic, which for me means I can put them in the dishwasher and yes they are collapsible, which again for me is another plus point.
Anyway, happy tassing to all you guys.... :)


Posted by: esther at January 8, 2007 3:47 PM

I've just bought one for the office - gives a much more professional look in the conference room to have a couple of these instead of storing the T-discs in post-it holders as previously was the case! - I agree with previous post - a double decker would be great. The Fantazio TDisc dispenser is great, but I want all of the flavours on show! Seriously though - Great product. Can Recommend it!


Posted by: Jane Saunders at January 8, 2007 10:32 AM

I love mine! I wish they would make a double-decker (two-story) :)


Posted by: SMBB at January 7, 2007 10:15 PM

Well I Have 3 holding 12 difference discs, I have had then for about 15 months in my office, the boxes are not made of hard vinyl, otherwise they would have been broken by now, quality is good, and value for money in the job they do? beats a untidy heap of discs


Posted by: robert bowden at January 7, 2007 5:16 PM

Thought I would put my two cents in! I think the product is brilliant. Instead of messing about with the various flavours being all over the place, I can now store my extra packs in the garage (caffine addict)and use the dispenser for every day use. As for comments on being cheap! I dont buy cheap stuff as they never last. This is easy to clean, and easy to pack away too. I think a more sturdier version would detract from its ease of use. Alan.


Posted by: Alan Hover at January 7, 2007 8:58 AM

I've just got a black one and think that its great! Its got a matt finish so fits in with all of my other black/crome accessories (as well as my tassimo machine!). I also got a empties bin to go with it - together they cost less than £20 inc delivery so I think it's a bargain. I would pay additional if I were to see it in something like would or a moulded solid plastic - but at the present price I can't complain. I think these dispensers are a great idea - only wish I'd thought of it!


Posted by: Alex at January 7, 2007 7:34 AM

I've got one of these - and think they are fab. They are made out of plastic but do not look cheap - the finishes on the material (especially the silver - which is the one I have) looks great in any modern kitchen and does tidy a previously unsightly mound of Torn T-disc boxes... And as for value for money - these are less than £15 a pop and I've had mine for 9 months already and is showing no sign of wear and tear - You cant beat that for price!


Posted by: Sarah James at January 7, 2007 7:27 AM

It's not cheap-looking at all IRL. I have it and the Empties bin. Mine didn't arrive flat-packed (it had a polyfoam block in it) although I'm glad they do flat pack so I can store it if I need to (might need to store the Empties bin until my kitchen is re-done). It's stiff and washable too. I've been very pleased with mine.


Posted by: Mary at January 6, 2007 8:08 PM

My kitchen cupboard used to be chocca with loose, random t-discs, and I could never find the flavour I wanted. It was a real mess. I bought one of these and now it's problem solved.
I think I'm going to buy another one in one of those groovy new colours - love 'em!!! Every Tassimo owner should have one.


Posted by: Sarah Dillow at January 6, 2007 9:32 AM

I am in the UK and I have one of these, they are great (in fact I secretly have two now!!) It is made out of plastic but does not look cheap at all, I have to say this company have their design rights and appear to be protected well by ACID so I wouldnt try copying it unless you want a huge legal suit!! Other than this they do offer suberb service, fast delivery and I personally think the product is great!!


Posted by: Allison Owen at January 6, 2007 8:00 AM

I visited their website to look at the product in more detail... on other shots you can see it's made of very thin plastic that has been what looks like folded into the shape it is. Looks cheap and not really worth the money.


Posted by: Gareth at January 6, 2007 7:03 AM

Good point on the variable height of the T-disc's.. however it looks like their might be an opportunity for someone here in the US to develop and market this to the consumer.. :)


Posted by: Jim at January 4, 2007 11:54 AM

further, they haven't accounted for the variable height of the t-discs.


Posted by: joe at January 4, 2007 10:04 AM

looks like their cappuccino has gone bad. really bad.


Posted by: joe at January 4, 2007 10:03 AM
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