The Breville Bambino Plus is engineered to deliver optimal espresso flavor with every cup. It pre-infuses ground coffee with low, steady water pressure before extraction, gently expanding the grinds before stepping up to high pressure.
The result is a more even extraction, which produces beautifully rich, balanced coffee flavor. Select automatic one- or two-shot volumes at the touch of a button. Easy programmable control offers preset 1- and 2-shot volumes.
Low-pressure pre-infusion gradually increases water pressure to gently expand grinds for an even extraction, balanced flavor and thick crema. Thermojet heating system is ready in three seconds. Automatic microfoam texturing produces barista-quality froth for making latte art.
64-fl. -oz. removable water tank with handle and replaceable water filter. Stainless-steel swivel steam wand froths milk for lattes and cappuccinos. 7 3/4″ x 12 1/2″ x 12 1/4″ high. 64-fl. oz. cap. 11 lb.
Key Features Milk frother gives your drinks a perfect creamy finish 2 pre-programmed coffees at the touch of a button For use with ground coffee or ESE pods Water tank is removable for easy refilling Removable drip tray for easy cleaning Product Overview Make the perfect cup for a rainy afternoon with this expresso machine from De’Longhi.
You can also enjoy a deliciously creamy cappuccino thanks to the Milk Frother, which gives it a delightful finish. It has 2 different programmes to choose from too, making a short ristretto or a long macchiato with a switch of a button.
And it works with both ground coffee and pods, for a brew just the way you like it. It’s easy to refill as well, as you can remove the water tank when it’s empty. Plus, the drip tray is really easy to clean, as it just needs a quick rinse under the tap.
The easy to use De’Longhi EC260. bk Stilosa espresso coffee machine has been designed to work with both ground coffee, and ESE pods to provide tasty espressos, just the way you like them. This compact device includes a milk frother for your cappuccinos, a handy removable water tank, and an easy to clean drip tray.
Deliciously creamy drinks The Stilosa features a milk frother to manually prepare a creamy foam for your cappuccino or to heat the milk for your white coffee. Ground or pods Helpfully, this machine can use either your ground coffee or ESE pods, so your coffee choices aren’t limited.
Easy maintenance Just give the milk frother a wipe after each use, and the drip tray a quick rise to keep everything shipshape and ready for your next cafe-like experience.
Features Control panel with 3 illuminated buttons Offer simple operation. On/off button with automatic standby helps conserve energy. Flow Stop Lets you choose between 1 or 2 shots of espresso to customize your drink.
32-oz. water tank capacity With the self-priming system ensures your espresso machine is ready for use. Slim 6″ design Occupies minimal counter space while adding a stylish appearance. Thermoblock technology Heats to the ideal temperature in as little as 40 seconds.
The first Dedica I purchased functioned just fine that is until the descaling light came on. So, I used the descaler that came in the packaging The Dedica wouldn’t descale, or if it did, the indicator light would not go off.
Home Depot took it back. But I liked the machine so I purchased a second Dedica, this time directly from DeLonghi, to see if the same failure occurred again which it did: the Dedica would not descale.
This time though, DeLonghi would not accept the return, would not facilitate a return, unless I took a video of a second descaling attempt and submitted the video for their review. This seemed to me to be both an admission of guilt (or at least strong evidence) there were problems, and possibly an attempt to stall or possibly strand the return.
DeLonghi, a better solution than turning customers into Tik Tok Descaling Circus Monkeys would be a big, red sticker warning: DISTILLED WATER ONLY.
I’ve owned my little Dedica for just over 5 years and I made already hundreds of coffees in that period. This espresso maker is small but do not let the size fool you. It makes delicious coffee. It has paid for itself about 6 times over already.
Prior to this one I owned a Breville that was double the price of the Dedica. The Breville began leaking water and broke down after about 4 year but the Dedica has already surpassed the Breville one in longevity and it is still going strong.
Once my current one breaks down, I’m buying another one for sure. If you do the proper maintenance (descaling) on this machine, which I have done, it should last you for quite a few years.
Freshly dripped espresso is amazing. I’ve made 1 – 3 espressos every day for three years on my Dedica EC680 – no problems. I like that this machine regulates the correct temperature for espresso, so after frothing milk which needs the higher temp, it knows to wait to make my next espresso for ~3 minutes for the water temp to go down again for the perfect espresso.
I prefer one espresso dripped at a time for the amazing flavor, so if making a second shot I put fresh grounds into filter cup and pull before steaming the milk for both cups. I use filtered water so I rarely have to descale, but when I used unsoftened hard water it was very very important to descale as per instructions.
Industrial design in basic black gives this sleek, slender machine a straightforward, professional approach to pump-style espresso brewing. Less than six inches wide, compact brewer slips in just about anywhere, ready to heat up to ideal brewing temperature in a mere 40 seconds thanks to self-priming thermoblock technology.
The result? Authentic Italian espresso, quickly and effortlessly. Features include a cup warmer, frothing wand, and settings for long, short or steam.
I was very disappointed with this machine, I’ve always wanted a De Longhi their machines seemed so high end but found that the pour was terribly thin, resulting in a watery espresso. This is more an introductory level for espresso at home or for people who only drink single espressos.
Forget about getting a savoury double shot. I am an ex-barista who loves long double espressos and cappuccinos. This machine couldn’t deliver that. I returned this, will be trying the Breville Barista Express or the Philips 2200 instead.
Start your day the right way with barista quality coffee that’s quick and easy to make thanks to this compact Breville Bambino Plus espresso machine. In just three seconds the innovative ThermoJet heating system reaches the perfect temperature needed for precise espresso extraction, while an automatic steam wand gives you control over the milk temperature and texture so you can re-create delicious microfoam just like at your local cafe.
The Breville BES500BTR4JAN1 has a 54mm porta-filter that precisely holds 19 grams of ground coffee for a full-bodied balanced espresso, and a well-designed low-pressure pre-infusion that draws out flavours evenly during the extraction phase for a delicious-tasting cup of coffee.
Use freshly ground coffee from your local cafe or roaster, or you can grind your own roasted beans using a coffee grinder (sold separately). This Breville coffee machine features a stunning, matte black design with chrome detailing to bring an air of sophistication and style to coffee-making time.
Get creative with your latte art and enjoy cafe quality cappuccinos and more with Breville’s Bambino Plus espresso machine.
The elegant Stilosa, by De’Longhi, allows you to easily craft authentic espressos, lattes, and cappuccinos in the comfort of your own home. The 15-bar pump creates the optimal pressure to extract a single or double espresso according to espresso brewing standards.
An ergonomically designed portafilter has two filters, for single or double espresso. A separate tamper provides additional control of even and consistent pressure for a better extraction. The two-level cup holder accommodates taller cups.
The heart of Stilosa – the durable Stainless steel boiler – is engineered to last longer and work for years with consistent performance. The manual milk frother mixes steam and milk to create a rich, creamy froth for evenly textured lattes and cappuccinos just the way you like them.
Stilosa’s sleek, refined design and stainless steel elements make this the perfect addition to your kitchen countertop without taking up too much space. On top of that, it’s simple to clean and maintain.
Use the Smeg Espresso Machine to brew coffee, espresso or cappuccino at home. This machine features a thermoblock heating system and 15 bar pressure for espresso extraction. Three separate stainless steel filter baskets allow you to make one or two cups of espresso at a time using freshly ground beans, pre-ground coffee or espresso pods.
Use the steam valve to froth milk or dispense hot water. Adjust the coffee temperature between low, medium and high and adjust the water hardness between soft, medium and hard. The 1-liter water tank minimizes refills and has an optional water filter.
The stainless steel removable drip tray has a floating red tab that pops up when the tray should be emptied. Smeg is an italian-based company focused on combining technology and style. Their internal design studio collaborates with internationally-renowned architects and their products feature a retro 1950’s look with high performance and modern function.
Choose from a range of pastel colors to coordinate with other Smeg appliances.
I was worried initially even after reading good reviews on the quality of the coffee, that this machine would be more a buzz because if its design than the quality. Very pleasantly surprised. The coffee is really good.
Well balanced. Good temperature options. It beats the coffee of most coffee places in London! And on par with the great baristas. The quality / price ratio is really good value in my opinion. Some reviews online also talk about the complexity of the setup.
I think that is over emphasised. It’s really not that complex and I am not particularly a patient person with electronics or tech. The good thing is that it gives you flexibility to adjust the temperature to your needs.
The machine also warms up fast. Easy to clean. Robust. May be a little hard to twist the coffee porta filter initially or if you put too much coffee in the filter cup. So need to have strong arms (then again I am petite).
But it’s just finding out the right quantity and I think it’s also because the machine is still very new. Waiting to see how the decalc function works, given I’m in london and the water is very hard.
Too soon to tell. Very happy with my purchase. I also bought it full price to get the colour I wanted and don’t regret it. I wish I allowed myself to have more than 1 coffee a day, as this is really worth it!.
I’ve had this machine since 2019 and generally use twice a day. I like the coffee it produces and it has a good milk frother. I do find it plays up now and again for no good reason and it’s been like this from very early on.
The double shot insert doesn’t work and I can’t fathom why. I generally use the same medium fine coffee and sometimes, again for no apparent reason, it won’t express the shot. It’s now doing the same intermittently with the single shot so may be on it’s way out.
I had a matching SMEG kettle which was expensive and lasted a fraction of the time compared to much cheaper kettles I’ve had. Got mixed feelings about replacing my SMEG coffee machine with the same make & model as although it produces nice, hot coffee, it is very temperamental and would liked it to have last longer than 2.
At only 15cm wide, the DeLonghi EC685 Dedica Style boasts a sleek design for minimalist kitchens and allows you to handcraft your perfect coffee in minutes thanks to its range of superb features. Recently updated with an adjustable steam frother, a drip tray for taller latte cups and a speedy heat-up time of 30 seconds, this innovative machine is sure to be a welcome addition to any household, especially when it comes to early weekday starts.
It’s finished in a choice of stylish colours with a chrome centre-strip and has a professional filter holder with 3 interchangeable devices honed to give you the perfect crema. This filter holder is equally suitable for ground coffee and Easy Serve Espresso pods, putting you in the drivers seat when it comes to customising your drink, while a flow stop function ensures consistent, personalised coffee every time.
The manual milk frothing arm produces rich and creamy froth for delicious cappuccinos, while a high performance 15 bar pressure pump ensures speedy results. In addition, a Thermoblock heating system means this machine is ready to use in just 40 seconds.
The EC685 Dedica also dispenses hot water for fruit or herbal teas. A cup warmer keeps your mugs ready for use and makes sure coffee is enjoyed at the optimal temperature. The stainless steel drip tray can accommodate anything from a tall glass to a little espresso cup, and as it is removable cleaning up is a breeze.
An anti-drip system and energy saving automatic stand by tops off this brilliant machine.
I’m really happy with it. In fact I now like using it more than my big machine. I researched many reviews beforehand and understood there were some considerations that could be improved with a couple of minor adjustments – such as turning the water heat to high and buying a bottomless filter basket if you want to grind your own espresso coffee.
The pressurized baskets that come with the machine are fine for courser grounds, pre-ground coffee and pods. Many people seem to have had trouble with getting good cappuccino froth – the bubbles are too big and unstable but I have since found that is more about technique, getting the milk to swirl rapidly in the jug and using whole milk or oat milk for non-dairy drinkers.
I recommend you use filtered water and remember to flush out the steam wand after every use too. I made a small modification inside the steaming wand to reduce the size of the bubbles and I now get perfectly smooth silky froth.
Some people take the metal sleeve off instead but it is not necessary to solve the problem. The machine is light so you do have to hold it when adding the filter basket, but honestly, for this price, these are minor things to tweak.
There are various other adjustments that can be made re programing the machine but I have been happy with factory settings on those apart from heat which is easy to reprogram. The main thing is – this machine takes up no space, is easy to use and it makes great coffee from ristrettos to cafe lattes with some practice, good quality coffee and some youTube research on how to use the machine.
I brought this in the January sales as I wanted barista style coffee in my home. I am a barista. The machine is neat, small and looks great on the countertop. Makes good hot milk although the nozzle isn’t that flexible – but it serves a purpose.
I like the cup warmer on the top, although to get maximum use from it, you need to have it on for a fair while before the cups get hot at all. I had an initial problem, I couldn’t get the nozzle to screw fit into the head on the first few attempts/hours, after searching youtube to see whether anyone else had any issues with this, I solved my own problem and took some cooking oil and wiped it round the outside edge of the head and found that this lubricated it so it was easy to insert and swivel the handle into position.
Saying that, the machine is so light, so the resistance of getting the head and handle into the closed position is against you and is a bit of a struggle – I have to hold/hug the machine in one hand and hold the handle in the other to be able to close the product to work.
Its such a design flaw. There are no sticky pads on the feet and it needs a heavier base. Holding it at the top sometimes means accidentally pressing the buttons. If I could be bothered to send it back, I would.
I think that I must have a dodgy machine as I couldn’t see any other reviews with the same issues as I have.
I own a small capsule machine plus a larger manual barista unit and this Delonghi Dedica sits beautifully with the best attributes from both larger machine and smaller machine. I purchased this as a Christmas gift gor my parents and they love it.
There are no display valves gauging pressure but after about 20 coffees you know where you stand for your own preferred taste and type of coffee. The high pressure milk frother is actually better performing than my more expensive larger machine.
It does not grind the coffee but these are inexpensive items you can use once in the month then you can have that space back. So no compromise on size of machine, cost of machine and it performs well so its a win win.
Yes i recommend this unit over plain old capsule machines for the added control but to to it off i understand the Delonghi dedica can actually accept a capsule coffee pod as well so you really cant go wrong.
Automation at every stage Automated, touch screen operation simplifies how to make your favorite cafe coffee in three easy steps – grind, brew and milk. You can easily adjust the coffee strength, milk texture or temperature to suit your taste.
In my first year of ownership, I would have given this product 5 stars. In my second year of ownership, I would have given this product 4 stars. After nearly my fourth year of ownership, I’ve downgraded the rating to just 3 stars.
My reason. reliability, or should I say lack thereof. In the second year, I had to send the machine in under warranty repair, which Breville handled brilliantly by the way. In the fourth year, I had a similar issue of the top of the machine getting way too hot, losing pressure, and dripping water into the tool tray.
Since the machine was no longer under warranty, I decided to open it up and take a look at the internals. I quickly identified a leak on one of the boiler’s fittings and suspected it was a failed O ring.
The problem with hot steam blowing all over the insides of an electric appliance is water condensation causing everything to rust, including electrical ground connections. After my assessment, I came to the same conclusion that Breville most likely would have come to.
the unit was irreparable due to safety concerns caused by water corrosion. While inside the unit, I must say it is a masterpiece of construction and melding of electro-mechanical components that delivered great coffee.
The real question that remains in my mind is, “Is it worth it. again?” What I really liked was the double boiler system, the removable bean hopper, controlling the bean grind, the integrated milk frothing wand with temperature sensor, the auto tamper, large water container, and overall ease of use.
What I didn’t like was the integrated maintenance system; yes it would tell you when to clean the brew unit, but it never told you when to decalcify the machine. When you went into the menu to decalcify, you would often get a “heating” message and seldom the “ready” message.
The first couple of times of me decalcifying the machine, I never got the full instructions to display because it was always in the “heating” state that it never left. Frustrated, I just decalcified the machine based on some videos I watched online and previous experience with other manufacturers’ similar systems.
I believe the failure of my machine was directly linked to the machine not correctly stepping through the decalcification program. The total cost of ownership worked out to about $700 a year, so much cheaper and better than Starbucks fulfilling my daily needed caffeine fixes, but still pricy.
I would buy version 2. 0 of the Oracle Breville Touch in a heartbeat. but not this one again.
After using a less expensive Breville model of my barista daughter’s that she loved and reading a ton of reviews for several months, I chose the Oracle Touch as an upgrade to our previous cheap espresso machine.
I was reticent to purchase one with a digital display as I felt it was at higher risk of breaking and needing expensive repairs, but I was told by one salesperson on a different website that this is not the case, so I purchased it.
My 3 adult children and I have loved it so far. Very user-friendly, even for a low-tech person like myself. I love that it accommodates 8 programmable drinks; has a lit, visible water reservoir display; fills easily from our detachable faucet; has a fairly fast hot water spout that also flows right into a cup sitting under the group head (we use our hot water for hot tea a lot, also); programmable shot temperature; precision conical burrs; automatic grind/dosing/tamping (this was a HUUGE, less messy upgrade from my daughter’s $700 machine); automatic milk texturing (or manual, if you prefer); simultaneous coffee and milk texturing steam.
Our first problem was that the shots were only about 25% the volume that we were used to seeing any machine produce, so after making sure the problem wasn’t too fine of a bean grind, we manually adjusted the extraction time and it fixed the problem.
Not being purists, we’re still learning about how the grind/water temp/length of extraction affects the flavor, but time enough for that, plus honing our wretched latte art skills. If each user prefers a different coffee bean, we recommend roughly estimating the amount of beans one pours to be for only the amount of coffee one is making personally so the next user can load the hopper with their taste preference (we’re a mix of dark roast/medium roasters).
I would love for the machine to heat up a bit faster than the 5ish minutes, but otherwise, we really love it. It was taller than the $700 machine so just barely fits under our cabinets; be sure to measure first!.
Owning and running one of these is comparable to possessing a ’60’s sports car. There are plenty of modern cars that will get you from A to B more quickly, more comfortably, more reliably and less costly than the ’60’s roadster.
but they lack the ‘experience”. The first machine purchased developed a number of irritating faults and had to be exchanged. (Sounds like a car already!) The second machine runs perfectly (so far). It takes a little while to warm up but once underway it performs very well.
Fuelled with the freshly roasted beans of choice the on-board grinder delivers the grind with a powerful growl. The dose can be adjusted manually with internal adjustment to the tamper fan height (no auto-choke here!).
Change your type of fuel and you have to tweak the grind and dose again. just like a ?. need I say anymore? Manually transferring the portafilter to the brew-head and selecting BREW really gets this beast moving.
Without its considerable chassis weight it would doubtless drive itself off the worktop, such is the vibration from the powerful pump. It is not until you change gear and engage the use of the steam wand that this machine really comes into its own and produces superbly heated and foamed milk.
all with your hands off the wheel. A winner in any contest. Having owned a variety of machines, both manual and automatic over the years, I must say that once this beast is tuned it produces a very good coffee.
But I have also had good coffee from other less extensive variants. So why buy it? The enjoyable ride of producing the beverage does not come cheap. but there again nor does the ride in the ’60 roadster.
It’s the experience of the ride you pay for not just the reaching of the end of the journey.
The DeLonghi Dedica DeLuxe Pump Espresso Machine, in matte black finish, provides the high-quality brewing power you expect from DeLonghi in an ultraslim 6 design. Its Thermoblock Heating System delivers perfect beverages in only 35 seconds.
You can also prepare several delicious cups in a row while maintaining the ideal temperature with the Rapid Cappuccino System. The Premium Adjustable Frother allows you to adjust the foam and steam levels to customize a variety of delicious espresso-based drinks, such as flat white, latte macchiato and more, with little to no effort.
The double drip tray can accommodate taller glasses for lattes or larger-sized beverages. Additional features include a cup warmer, standby energy-saving mode, descaling alarm, removable 35-oz. water tank, and anti-drip system.
Bring the coffeehouse experience home with the DeLonghi Dedica DeLuxe. Its quick and simple youll be sipping in no time.
Well there is nothing I dislike about this machine. Like some have said you need to have a good coffee grinder or espresso coffee with that perfect bring consistency. I personally use 2 brands Cafe Bustello Latazza they both work wonderfully.
Now for this machine, I had a Mr. Coffee it lasted about 3 years of daily use when it quit I purchased this Delonghi espresso machine back in June of 2012 and it has made well over 2200 +++ double shots of great expresso.
Not bad for a machine that cost $89. 99 six a half years ago. I purchased a 12oz stainless pitcher and a tamper which made compressing the grounds much easier so overall this has been a great expresso machine, if I’d be getting lattes every day for the last 6.
5 years I could have purchased a professional machine for $8,000 plus 💵. When this one quits I’ll buy another because I can get the coffee that works best with it. The pictures speak for this machine why spend 3 of 4 times for a machine when you can get a great shot for $90.
Like anything you need the perfect grind, good tamper pressure so make sure you get them right you’ll always get a great shot of espresso to enjoy. UPDATE: I honestly hope this doesn’t jinx my machine but as you can see by the original review 9 years ago and the machine is still working great.
I have a Latte every day after I turn the machine on I warm the milk so I can froth it immediately after I make the espresso coffee. If I take out the 4 weeks of vacation this machine has made well over 3,330 cups of espresso for me I haven’t counted how many for guests who request one.
Needless to say I will definitely purchase another DeLonghi espresso machine when this one finally calls it quits. The water container handle broke just last year because I accidentally dropped it it hit the floor but I was able to repair it.
I’m disappointed with this espresso machine. Crema is almost non existent. It is slow and takes forever to make. Crema, the white foam on top of coffee is so thin, you can see coffee under it (I’m not talking about the fritter here) The coffee is “thin”, meaning it’s watery.
I’m unable to add more coffee to the pod to make it stronger, because as soon as I temp it down, it compacts and water does not drip through, or it drips drop by drop. So if I want stronger coffee, I need to do it twice.
Definitely the machine has pressure problems. It takes forever for the cup to fill up, as it drips at a snail speed. If you are entertaining, and making espresso/cappuccinos for many people, be prepared for a lengthy process.
I had to buy a regular coffee maker just for parties to offer coffee, otherwise I would stand there for an hour, making a cup, after a cup at a snail speed. My previous Oster espresso maker, was way cheaper and made better coffee, in no time.
Don’t waste your time and money with this. I’m not an avid coffee drinker, but I know enough that this machine is garbage. I’ve had it for a couple years now and the whole process of making coffee in this machine, completely discouraged me from using it.
I’ve probably used it 8 times over the period of 2 yrs.
This is our SECOND DEDICA Espresso machine in 2 years. The first was a gift and the second we purchased at the end of September 2021. Our most recent purchase is now NON-FUNCTIONING. It was a great machine until it stopped making my sacred morning espresso shot.
The engine runs fine, water moves through the machine, it’s been descaled like a religion (with their proprietary descaling chemical) and yet still refuses to push the water through the sieve containing the espresso.
If I remove the arm/sieve, it shoots water fine. Once the coffee arm is back in place with coffee—–nothing! And when I remove the container filled with coffee grounds, then it makes a huge pressure release thus spewing wet hot grounds EVERYWHERE.
Best Buy refused to exchange this very expensive (to me) machine and now I’m stuck with a bum machine. I won’t be purchasing our 3rd machine from De’Longhi you can be sure.
Delonghi Espresso maker features easy start-up self-priming operation and removable water tank for easy filling. Maker has flavor retaining 15 bar pump pressure and two thermostats for controlling temperature as well as pressure individually.
Capacity: 2 cups. Use convenient pods or ground coffee with the patented dual function filter holder and always brew espresso at the perfect temperature with two separate thermostats. Swivel jet frother makes cappuccino, latte or any other frothy milk beverage with ease.
Dimensions: 11 1/2″(H) x 7 1/2″(W) x 13 1/4″(D). Input voltage: 120 V at 60 Hz. Input power: 1100 W. Water tank size: 35 oz. Material: Plastic case, stainless steel boiler. Pump pressure: 15 bars. 35 oz.
removable water tank fills the tank right at the sink. Removable drip tray makes cleaning hassle free, just remove the tray, rinse and replace. On/off switch with indicator light allows for easy operation.
Adjustable steam emission for making cappuccino. 1 minute and 45 seconds brew time, 42 seconds steam time, single boiler design. Weight: 7. 15 lbs. Delonghi Espresso maker with 15 bar pump pressure features on/off switch with an indicator light and swivel jet frother for easy preparation of latte or cappuccino.
This is a ok unit. It does the job it is supposed to (making a shot of espresso) but it falls short in a few ways. The size is small – so I cannot actual fit a normal mug under it if I want to make a latte or a cappuccino in a mug.
I need to use a little espresso cup and then pour it over. Not the end of the world, but an unconvinced nonetheless. Like how hard would it be to have just made the space 2 cm taller? Also the milk frother works fine, but the plastic nozzle feel a bit rinky dink and it didn’t come with a jug (you need to buy that separate).
I bought this b/c the online review reviews said it was a solid, simple, and straightforward unit. Nothing fancy, but a solid starter machine (which is all I need). So, it works fine. No complaints there.
I just wished they would have thought through use and customer needs a bit more.
This unit does what it is supposed to do – make a nice hot espresso. It works with pods (which I tried) as well as ground coffee. Drawbacks are excessive rattling (my cup didn’t stay in place underneath the drip), no automatic shutoff (you can can dump the entire reservoir into your cup if you don’t turn it off by hand – and it will keep running for a while longer) and the strange (badly explained?) fit between holder and coffee filter – the latter is totally loose and will fall out if you try to empty it.
I guess these “cut corners” explain the lower price relative to other machines from this manufacturer, but they should have been addressed for a small price increase.
This is a great inexpensive espresso machine with integrated milk frother attachement. Makes great coffee you can choose simple or double. I kinda make my coffee alongé, so I mostly use the double coffee grain sive.
I’ve been using it everyday for over a year now, several times a day. Pro: You can choose your own coffee brand you like, you don’t need to buy cups, more environmentally friendly, frother attachment for latte.
You can disassemble it to clean it, not all machines allow you to do this. Cons: Vibrates a lot, sometimes the cup with move by it self. I use the frother attachment to keep the cup from moving. It’s hard to find cups that fit under.
Product features Compact and stylish metal body. Your special machine “DEDICA” for your preference setting. Metal body with a width of 15 cm and a high-class feeling Metal body with luxury sense colors the room stylishly.
A slim horizontal width of 15 cm does not choose a location. Various preference settings You can customize according to your preference with quantitative setting / extraction temperature (3 steps) / sleep mode setting, and you can extract the most suitable espresso at any time.
The operation is a simple three buttons Simple button operation that wasted a waste. Espresso extraction of 1 cup / 2 cups, switching to steam, with one button. Two kinds of extraction method to choose You can make it with both the cafe pod and coffee powder as you like.
Each has a dedicated holder. Cappuccino and cafe latte easily Dual structure steam nozzle makes finer whisker milk making possible. Pump type extraction similar to commercial machines With an electromagnetic pump with internal pressure up to 15 atm and a thermoblock boiler made of stainless steel, the pressure at the time of extraction realized a pressure of 9 atm which is optimum for extracting espresso.
Make a great tasting espresso right on your countertop with the Breville Barista Express Espresso Machine. Designed with a built-in grinder and milk frother, you can grind your beans right before the extraction and get perfect, paint quality milk every time you brew.
Constructed of stainless steel, the Barista Express will give you perfect coffee, every time. Superb Ergonomics. The machine comes with 4 baskets, for both single and double shots, pressurized and non-pressurized.
Breville did not miss a detail and included an ergonomic storage container for the filters and other accessories behind the drip tray. The drip tray features a metal tray, as well as a slot for grounds collection and water collection, and includes a pop-up ’empty me’ that sticks up when the tray is full so you don’t have an overflowing mess.
Perfect Shot. Get the perfect shot every time with Barista Express. The fully adjustable grind size and dose allow you to customize to suit your taste. Utilizing the included baskets, you can choose between single or double, pressurized or non-pressurized shots, depending on your taste and skill.
The integrated, removable tamper allows you to get the most out of your beans and features a convenient magnetic head for easy access and easy storage. Milk Frothing. The Breville Barista Express comes with an impressive steam pressure system with a steam arm for frothing your milk to perfection.
The steam wand allows you to hand-texture the micro-foam necessary to enhance the flavor of the coffee and create latte art. The machine also features a dedicated hot water outlet for hot water dispensing.
Precise Extraction. Digital temperature control (PID) delivers water at precisely the right temperature, ensuring optimal espresso extraction. This allows for optimal taste, with consistent dose and extraction.
After debating on whether to take the plunge on a full featured espresso machine like this one or go for something cheaper/simpler, I could not have had my expectations blown away any more than they are after using this machine.
I am a novice when it comes to making coffee (went from a nespresso to a couple of french press/pour over methods but never felt like I got the taste to match or surpass getting something made at a coffee shop).
This Breville machine made it feel like after a single pour, I was an expert. Setup was straightforward enough – they include a handy quick setup/reference sheet that helps you get through the initial steps and perform your first extraction.
The box includes all of the pieces you should ever need to clean/maintain your machine (except for disposable products like filters and descaling tablets). Operating the machine is super straightforward, and what helped me the most is that on the back of the quick setup guide is a nice tuning guide that helps understand what to do to get the best extraction you can get.
In total the machine has so many customizations that you can get super crazy dialing the machine to a specific bean that you are trying to brew. After reading through the manual, cleaning/maintenance of the machine also seems doable.
After dialing the machine in to get a good extraction, both my girlfriend and I were able to enjoy our favorite starbucks orders from the comfort of our own home, and they actually tasted better than when we order sometimes! tl;dr – A fantastic fully featured espresso machine currently $200 less than anything comparable.
While I don’t have the most refined palate, this machine has reviewed really well in terms of its taste. I’m incredibly happy with the price of this product, the quality it produces, the money I’m going to save by not going to starbucks every morning, and the fun I’m going to have learning how to make world class espresso.
It makes a good shot of espresso! I’ve had many of these, what I call “fancy coffee” machines. I paid more for some, less for others. I used to move often and it seemed every move, my fancy coffee machine would break and start leaking inside (probably due to freezing).
Well, now I’m settled permanently (I hope), so here I go again. This machine is still pretty new to me, and although I like the quick convenience of a “pod” type coffee maker, when I can devote a few minutes to crafting a really premium coffee beverage, this machine delivers.
The pros: looks nice, fairly sturdy build quality with lots of metal, heats up pretty quickly, recovers quickly between shots, really nice heavy high quality porta-filter, contains a VERY, VERY nice grinder that is precise and consistent as well as compatible with bean hoppers from Breville’s stand alone top-of-the-line grinders, handy inside filter storage and magnetic tamper storage, single and double wall filters supplied, nice ball-jointed frothing wand, but best of all this machine is VERY customizable.
Single and double-shot volume is adjustable, grind size and volume have lots of adjustment range (also manual volume control by holding the porta-filter in), brew temperature can be customized over a range of several degrees, and bean hoppers can be unlocked and removed (swapped) with beans still inside.
The frother works fine but I usually use a separate induction type frother. The cons (all very minor): It’s a little messy. It spits a little when brewing. To dispense a full dose into the porta-filter at my preferred grind setting (3), there’s some spill-over, even if I shake the handle a bit during the grind.
I don’t think this can be avoided in anything other than a super-automatic machine and I hate cleaning those things. I deal with this by reducing the grind volume by half, tamping it down, then grinding in the other half.
The porta-filter comes with a dual-outlet nozzle, but I never brew into two cups. Sometimes I want to brew into a very small cup, but the dual nozzles won’t both hit it. If you unscrew and remove the dual nozzle, the porta-filter won’t sit flat and level on its own while tamping.
This is a minor annoyance. It doesn’t have provision for a direct plumbed water supply (I know that’s a big ask, but it’s what I want). Overall: I love this machine. When I’m not using it, it sits there looking nice.
When I use it, I realize how good coffee can be. I hope it long outlasts its warranty.
I really do like this machine, and though this is a new machine, it replaces another just like it that we’d been using since October 2011. Consequently, we have 10+ years of experience with this model.
The design is well thought out, from the magnetic tamper holder to the “Empty Me” float on the water collection tray. The one complaint that I had with the previous machine was that the grinder did not grind fine enough to get a good shot with the single-wall filter–but I fixed that by shimming the lower burr with a washer.
This newer version of the machine has an adjustable upper burr and does not have that problem. Thank you, Breville! Between my wife and I, we typically use the machine to brew 2 to 4 beverages per day, so it gets plenty of use.
The water reservoir is adequately sized (in my opinion) and with where we have the machine placed on our countertop, it is easy to refill without removing the reservoir or moving the machine, though removing the reservoir to refill it is very easy.
The controls and buttons are well placed and operation is easy and straightforward. My wife uses the double-wall filter basket but I like to play Barista with grind and tamp control to see how well I can do with the single-wall basket.
This machine will let you do both. And I am happy with the steam wand and frothing with this machine. I think this is a versatile, good looking appliance to have on your countertop if you are looking for an Espresso Machine.
You’ll love this Magnifica Super Automatic beverage machine from Delonghi. Features an easy to use control panel, a patented cappuccino system frother and a flavor saving bean container. Compact size maintains all the features of Delonghi’s full-size automatic machines.
Dimensions: 9. 4″ x 17″ x 13. 8″. Weight: 20. 04 lbs. Imported.
Bought this to replace an older version of the same. The previous one lasted 10+ years and was still working but with some minor water leak issues. I’m hoping the new one will be as reliable. No problems in the first few weeks! There have been a few improvements I’ve noticed over the earlier model fixing minor annoyances I had with it.
Water tank and grounds container are more sturdy. Better water tank seal. Brew unit easier to remove and clean. Steam valve easier to operate and vents pressure/drains water when turned off. Less coffe ground mess inside due to different design.
I’m less happy with the steam nozzle moving to the left side but guess I will get used to that. Also the tray is smaller so you need to hold the milk jug while frothing. I used to sit it on a small upside-down bowl on the tray (I’ll probably make a stand to fix that).
Read the manual, take the time to program the settings. I found setting the grind 1 notch off finest, coffee dial to max, temp setting 3 gave the best results for latte/cappuccino. Don’t bother trying to make 2 cups at once unless you’re happy with a very small shot.
Throw away the first few coffees before drinking one.
After reading the manual 3x, I eventually figured out how it all works. Takes a few coffees to realise how it all works. Two of the outstanding features for me are: 1. Self cleaning – before AND after dispensing an espresso! 2.
The fact that it will accommodate for both already ground coffee, as well as beans (obviously the better option). Handy when you have ground coffee in your kitchen store and it needs using up! For the price that it is, and considering there are other machines out there that are bigger, have more knobs and instruments on the front, that cost a great deal more, this machine is very good IMHO.
Having a lot of the manual work taken out by being automatic whilst still producing a very good quality crema espresso, is a huge plus +++. I would recommend this machine to anyone doesnt want to spend an arm and a leg on an oversized, overrated coffee unit, but still commands a decent coffee – bean to cup – the way to go!.
i’ve had it now less than 9 months. trouble started few months ago when the machine won’t power up after pressing the power button. press, press, press and nothing happens. i unplug the machine and that seems to get the machine to function.
few days pass and this issue occurs yet again. wash, rinse repeat. this goes on for 2 months. then, a few weeks ago no matter how many times i plug and unplug, the machine won’t start up. i finally call help desk and the guy walks me thru a reboot by pressing a combo of buttons and it comes back to life.
all seemed well for a few days and the problem returns. last one was a bit different. after powering up, it just froze with one green light on. none of the buttons operate. it’s just frozen. i call help desk and he makes me unplug and plug and things are working again.
i told him this is not what one should have to go thru to make my cup of joe every morning. he says if it happens again take a video and then they’ll decide what to do next. i mean really? if it needs to be serviced, i will be be without it for few weeks min.
really hard to cope with that. i realize this is a first world problem especially with a war going on in Ukraine but. both times when i called we did a video link so that they can see what is happening and for them to record video of the malfunction.
my previous machine, also an XS, never gave me a lick of trouble. it finally gave out with watery pucks and mid process aborting of the shots being made. the machine gave me 12yrs so i was happy to just let it die.
based on the reviews, most seem happy with the machine. in my case, i am not happy with the service i’m getting from the help desk. i realize duds can occur. i just wish they would be more responsive and attentive to what i am going thru.
The new face of traditional Italian espresso, the Gaggia Brera features an elegant brushed stainless steel front panel and a compact design that is much more space efficient than most machines in its class.
But don’t let its size fool you; this super automatic takes full advantage of advanced technology-allowing it to go toe-to-toe with the industry’s heavyweights. Package Dimensions: 21. 0 x 19. 0 x 15.
My previous machine was an all manual Gaggia Classic, a machine that I have grown to love. It is now over 12 years old and I have never had any problem with it. However, I needed an additional machine for a different location and noticed that the fully automatic Gaggia Brera was on sale at Whole Latte Love.
The sales staff at Whole Latte Love have always given me sound advice and in this case recommended the Gaggia Brera. After making some dozen or so shots to set the machine up to my personal taste, I have fallen in love with the Gaggia Brera.
Everything is automatic and the machine makes a perfect shot every time!!! Everything, and I mean EVERYTHING, is adjustable. It even includes the option of frothing the milk automatically, although I still prefer to froth mine manually.
In short, I cannot say enough good things about the Gaggia Brera. I hope it remains trouble free as long as my Gaggia Classic has. Of course Whole Latte Love also came through again by recommending this automatic espresso machine to me.
Coffee flavor and ease of use are absolutely 5 star. Switching from Keurig coffee, there is literally no comparison. flavor and crema are excellent. The only reason for 4 stars rather than 5 are 3 (small) complaints: 1.
The pump seems to lose prime every 5 days or so. We will get the red triangle warning an need to turn switch to dispense hot water. That caused some concern initially, but now is just slightly annoying.
2. In standby, the red light around the power button flashes red 3. The water resorvoir is on the small side. I think it is listed at 40oz and you would think that would enable 5 8oz cups but somehow it does not.
I think because creating steam uses water and the unit flushes water on start up and shutdown. So, I find it needs to be filled just about daily. Again, small complaints but the benefit is fantastic coffee.
As long as this thing proves to be reliable for several years, I will be very happy with my purchase.
I’ve now had my Gaggia Brera for about three years. It delivers a consistent nice espresso, is easy to use, and for the money, the best machine I’ve had. That said, I’ve had a few problems. The plastic coffee chute cracked and needed to be replaced (this is a known issue, and inexpensive and easy to replace).
Now, my grinder isn’t working, and I’m in the process of trouble shooting that (having a hard time getting is apart). The water container is very small, so if you have more than a couple coffees to make, you need to be refilling frequently.
Hopefully I can get the grinder working. I’m considering purchasing a new machine, probably a Jura. I’ve owned a Delonghi in the past, which lasted over 10 years with absolutely no issues, so it’s a bit annoying I’ve had this problems with the Gaggia.
I guess you get what you pay for! I’d still say, for the money, this is a great machine! I don’t regret the purchase.
This easy-to-use Cafe Barista espresso maker from Mr. Coffee makes it easy to create coffeehouse-quality espresso drinks just like a professional. Make a Variety of Coffeehouse Drinks Effortlessly brew anything from rich aromatic espressos; creamy cappuccinos; and luscious lattes to more decadent variations like toffee lattes; cafe mochas; espresso martinis; and caramel cappuccinos.
With user-friendly controls that even a novice can master; the sleek machine makes it easy to brew delicious coffeehouse drinks in minutes with just one simple touch. The unit’s one-touch control panel allows for selecting from a single- or double-shot of espresso; cappuccino; or latte; and handy indicator lights highlight the current selection.
Even more; the machine supplies 15 bars of pressure to ensure fabulous results; while its automatic milk frother turns milk into a light; creamy foam perfect for drizzling with chocolate; sprinkling with cinnamon or nutmeg; or for simply oohing and ahhing over.
One Touch Control Panel for single or double shot options of espresso; cappuccino or latte. Automatic Milk Frother is absolutely effortless for frothing up milk in creamy cappuccinos and lattes. Removable Milk Reservoir fills; cleans and stores easily.
Adjustable Cup Tray can be set at just the right height for dainty demitasse cups to big travel mugs. Dimensions (H x W x D): 12. 6″ x 8. 86″ x 11. 22″ Weight: 9 lbs. Cord Length: 26″ Watts: 1040.
It’s kind of big but it has its own dedicated spot in my kitchen. It’s nice enough to be left out and not have to store away in a cabinet. What I REALLY like about it is that it’s pretty much an all in one system without the thousand dollars plus all in one cost.
I push one button and all the magic happens, and it’s quite entertaining to watch the espresso cascade through the milk and create separate layers. I also like that I can take the milk and store it in my fridge.
I’ve done some temperature tests and only noticed a 5-degree increase after making a double latte before I put it back in the fridge. This is nice as you would think to be so close to all that heat it would be a much bigger temperature fluctuation.
Just make sure you put the blasted spout up otherwise you’ll have a fun time cleaning up a giant mess of milk. I really wish there was some sort of sensor that assisted with this issue as I guess I’m stupider than I thought when it comes to lifting that lever.
For anyone who wanted to know, it fits a full-sized pint glass underneath it if you remove the drip tray. It is a tight fit as you will have to angle the pint glass to slide it in but I use pint glasses for my large lattes consistently.
The latte puts out almost double the amount of milk that the cappicino does. I think all single servings should be able to fit in your regular sized coffee mug. Another aspect I really like is the cleaning aspect.
Just hold the top button for the coffee grind connector (w/e you call it) to get cleaned and hold the bottom button for the milk frother to get cleaned. that’s pretty simple! I did notice that the milk froth cleaner doesn’t get all the milk out of the metal tube, but since it slides right off and is pretty easy to clean it’s not that big of a deal to me.
Create delicious beverages with this De’Longhi Magnifica ESAM automatic espresso machine. The burr grinder has 13 settings so you can get the exact grind you need from fresh beans, or you can opt for pre-ground beans in the second chamber.
A milk frother makes it simple to get the right amount of froth for your drinks. This De’Longhi automatic espresso maker is simple to clean due to the extractable brew unit. Quickly wipe down the frother between uses with an approved wipe and you’re ready for your next cup.
This automatic coffeemaker minimizes wait time by keeping water at the required temperature for coffee after coffee, so you can keep serving. A cup heater also helps preserve the temperature of your drink.
With a compact design, this De’Longhi Magnifica ESAM automatic espresso machine fits almost anywhere. The fully featured coffee maker has all the settings you would expect from a full-size machine yet can easily fit on your countertop.
Wake up with a hot cup of espresso made with the Jura A1 Espresso Machine. This beautiful, quality coffee, espresso, and ristretto maker comes in a Piano Black color and is designed with sleek clean lines.
The top side has a visible bean container and an intuitive symbol control panel to make your morning shot of espresso simple to make. You’ll get a consistently delicious drink with the thermoblock heating system with 15 bar pump, and you can choose between two levels of coffee strength.
This machine comes with an Aroma grinder and CLEARYL Blue filter for the high quality cup of coffee that you expect from Jura. An auto shut off program is included in the machine for your safety. Whether you crave a shot of ristretto or a cup of coffee, the coffee spout adjusts to your needs from 2.
3 to 5. 5 inches. For your convenience, the A1 has a self cleaning option that will remind you after 180 preparations or 80switch-on rinses when it needs to run so you don’t have to worry. 17-1/2″ L x 9-1/2″ W x 12-3/4″ H, with a 37 ounce water capacity; 4.
I had been using a Gaggia Anima Prestige for the last 4-years. Wonderful machine in its own right, but a friend of mine owns the A1 and the Espresso shot quality seemed a little better and thought I’d give it a try.
My wife loves milk-based drinks and the frothing capability on the Gaggia was extremely handy. Fill the milk container and after making a drink just store it in the fridge. I brought my Anima Prestige to work and am using it there now.
The A1 makes extremely top-notch Espresso shots. that’s its only job. and it does it in spades. The simplicity of this machine is amazing. I drink most of the coffee in the house and wanted something geared towards me, with the daily Capaccino made for my wife using a separate stand-alone milk frother.
Some of the complaints about small puck basket and water container are non-issues. this machine draws you in and forces you to empty and refill often so that it will produce great tasting coffee. Think about it.
Should you really have water in the tank for days?, or have pucks sitting in the collection basket collecting mold 3 or 4 days on? It happens all the time with larger tanks and baskets folks more often than you think.
The construction of this machine exudes quality, and the fit and finish and design are fantastic. If you love Espresso shots, and Espresso shots only, this is the machine for you. If you like the occasional milk-based drink, buy a separate frother.
they usually make better froth anyway. My only concern is that you cannot clean the inside of the machine. Jura claims that by using a water filter and cleaning on a regular basis with their cleaning products that you will not need to.
The Anima lets you remove the brew unit and clean up the inside as well. Only time will tell. hopefully a long time! Very Highly Recommended!.
This is an amazing machine. Quirky, but once you learn it, it’s a breeze. There are certainly some valid complaints re the water capacity and tank location, but the A1’s clean lines make up for it. You can’t really go wrong here, great coffee, attractive machine and great customer service.
If you’re looking for coffee shop level coffee at home, you’ll be happy you bought it. Note: I live in a split, decaf/regular household. This issue can be addressed by measuring beans each day and not filling the bean compartment.
Some have suggested you can easily use the ground bypass for one of the drinkers. If you plan to use ground coffee in the Jura you should probably stick to drip coffee. The Jura is clearly designed for beans and ground is honestly just a waste in the Jura.
It’s very nice to have a bypass, but I’d love for Jura to offer some type of optional bean dispenser. Overall, the A1, especially at the refurbished price, is a great investment.
I have been using a capsule machine for a long time but had become disappointed with the quality and prices of the coffees. I did a lot of research and concluded I wanted a superautomatic with quality coffees; I do not use milk.
Everything pointed to the JURA A1 as more than adequate for my needs. A lot of my research indicated this type of machine needed non-oily, medium roast beans so I bought some from my local roaster. My first experiment was an excellent balanced cup of coffee, but the espresso was disappointing because of the medium roast.
I experimented with grind but still no joy. I contacted JURA and they told me no problem with dark roasts, used on coarse. So I bought a bag of my local roasters recommended espresso. Wow! This machine makes excellent coffee and espresso very easily and quickly.
The machine is easy to use, but there are some nuances that were readily explained by a phone call to JURA customer care. It is so nice to have customer support available! I am looking forward, now, to excellent coffee and espresso every morning and hoping for no problems with the dark roast beans.
La Marzocco’s GS3 Espresso Machine is designed for the passionate espresso enthusiast who knows the only way to be satisfied is to invest in one of the best machines available. The GS3 is pricey, but its commercial-grade features more than balance the cost: Dual stainless steel boilers, powerful steaming functionality, PID temperature control, volumetric pump and variable hot water temperature regulation to name a few.
I LOVE espresso but am brand new to making it. I wanted an end game machine that would insure I was the only limiting factor and that would give my clients & colleagues the best espresso tasting experience possible, once my skills were honed.
The GS3 IS THE MACHINE! The first shot was a disaster due to the coarseness of my grind. The 2nd shot was pretty good. The 3rd shot brought out all the sweetness in the coffee and every shot since then has gotten better and better and this is only 2 days in! Pulled some shots for my espresso loving colleagues and was told it rivaled the high end coffee shops that they frequent.
Love, Love, Love this machine! As if the machine wasn’t enough, Clive Coffee and, specifically, Sean’s customer service is probably some of THE BEST I’ve experienced, ever. The second time I called, Sean responded by showing that he remembered our first call and my name.
Phone and Chat messages were answered very quickly and followed up by an email transcription. Advice was frank, polite and non-pressured. My research started with the Linea Mini, flirted with the Breville and landed on the GS3.
Through out, Sean was always helpful, patient and fun. I appreciate that Sean was my first point of contact, stuck with me through the purchase and is still assisting me with follow up. I considered buying the GS3 directly from La Marzocco as they had a finance plan but, in the end, went with Clive because of Sean’s top tier customer service.
I feel confident that Clive will be there, for all my future coffee needs and am looking forward to being a long-term customer.
The GS3 was always my dream machine ever since I bought my very first espresso machine (ah, the Saeco Aroma) 8 years ago. Since then, I have owned the Rancilio Silvia, Rocket Giotto Premium Plus, the La Spaziale Lucca A53 Mini, and now – the GS3 MP.
I can say with confidence after using the GS3 MP for 2 months, that it is such a solid, fun machine and a noticeable upgrade from even the amazing Lucca A53. My first tuned-in shot had such a rich color, with beautiful body and of course crema.
I was worried about the steam wand being too powerful, with the large 4 holes as well as the big steam boiler (as I only steam enough milk for 1 drink at a time), however I was easily able to dial down the steam boiler pressure thanks to the digital menu settings, and the stock steam tip will steam a few ounces of milk perfectly and quickly (and of course, will steam much more if you prefer).
Being able to time both the total brew time (thanks to the auto-timer on the GS3) and separately the shot time (via Lunar scale) while having control over the pre-infusion is really cool (the Acaia Lunar drip tray mod was well worth the money).
The front-accessible water reservoir is great, since I like to keep cups up on the cup warmer (some machines have the reservoir under there which means you’re taking off all of your cups every few days), and the reservoir + drip tray hold a lot of water which means less filling.
The cool-touch wand is truly cool-touch, unlike most other steam wands which are still very hot after using them. The included baskets cover all of your needs – ranging from 7g up to 21g. The wood accent panels and bottomless portafilter are absolutely beautiful.
The machine is big and ships on a pallet – you WILL need 2 people to unpack and carry this baby, so be aware of blocking off a day to receive and set it up with a helper. My machine arrived damaged (no ones fault), however Clive was all over it and a tech was at my house in only a few days to swap a part out for free which I was very thankful for.
All in all I could not be happier. I paired it with the Eureka Olympus 75E grinder (upgrading from the Mazzer Mini) and the 2 work so well together it’s ridiculous. Now the best coffee shop in town is in my kitchen :).
Awesome is the word that sums up the gs3 mp best. I am particularly impressed with the steaming capability, producing a velvety smooth texture in very short order. The only issue I had with the setup was getting the pump to draw water from the reservoir.
It was easily corrected by priming the pump with a syringe full of water. Wi-fi functions work perfectly – can turn it on/off from anywhere! Temperature stability is phenomenal.
The automatic espresso machine for home is a great appliance for making espresso drinks. It is easy to use and can make a great cup of espresso. The machine is also very affordable and is a great value for the money.
The machine comes with a one-year warranty and a satisfaction guarantee.
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