Saeco Espresso Machines
Saeco is an Italian-based espresso machine manufacturer that launched their first fully automatic (aka superautomatic) espresso machine in 1980. Since then, they have worked to incorporate improvements into each new iteration of the quality Saeco espresso machines they create.
While the Saeco suite of products focuses on superautomatics such as the Odea series, Talea series, or the Xelsis, they also manufacture a few excellent entry-level semi-automatic espresso machines like the Saeco Aroma and Saeco Via Venezia.
Regular Price: $159.00
Our Price: $129.00A certified refurbished Saeco Poemia is an excellent way to build your budding barista skills. A great learning machine, it is easy to use and forgiving of many rookie mistakes. With a pressurized portafilter, there is no need to perfectly tamp your espresso in order to pull a great shot. The built-in panarello will have you making lattes for your friends in no time! Taking design cues from higher end Saeco machines, the Poemia is stylish, compact and affordable. Learn More
$2,999.00The Saeco Xelsis SS One Touch superautomatic is an easily approachable espresso machine, even for the most tech-phobic coffee drinker. An intuitive touch-screen interface menu allows for one-touch pre-programmed and customizable drinks. The brushed stainless steel case looks great in a home or office environment. More than just espresso, you can create lattes and cappuccinos as well with the removable milk pitcher, which can also be kept in the refrigerator between uses. To create your own microfoam, the Xelsis has a separate steaming/hot water wand (with no panarello) with extra strong steam pressure, something we have not seen on other superautomatic models we have tested in this category. A hot water spigot makes tea, cocoa or cup o'soup in seconds. Never mind the technology, just think of it as magic. Push button, receive coffee! Learn More
$3,199.00Super high-tech — the Xelsis reads your fingerprint and loads your custom drink profile — and sublimely high-end, Saeco's new Xelsis One Touch Digital ID Superautomatic is wrapped in polished stainless steel and has an elegant aesthetic that we think will work for any well-designed home or work place setting. The Xelsis features an intuitive touch-screen interface with six user profiles that can each have six custom beverages. Think of it as sort of your personal beverage concierge. The removable milk pitcher can be kept in the refrigerator between uses and we love that the machine automatically cleans itself after each use. To create your own microfoam, the Xelsis has a separate steaming/hot water wand (with no panarello) with extra strong steam pressure (something we have not seen on other superautomatic models we have tested in this category). Learn More
Regular Price: $1,399.00
Our Price: $999.50We'll take your stainless steel-cased Saeco Syntia and raise you an automatic milk frother. Yes, the Saeco Syntia Cappuccino Superautomatic Espresso Machine comes with that extra added feature of a milk frother, making less work for you when you want to enjoy your favorite frothy drinks. Even better, the Syntia Cappuccino no longer has a steam wand and comes with a quieter ceramic grinder compared to other machines in its league. The stakes have never been higher with Saeco's Syntia Cappuccino machine. Learn More
Regular Price: $800.00
Our Price: $477.50The updated Odea Giro Plus Espresso Machine with OptiDose II from Saeco features improved grinder functionality that automatically adjusts to the kind of beans you're using. Saeco also paid close attention to the sensor issues in its first Odea Giro iteration and now offers a choice of five different grind settings that will produce a richer shot. Learn More
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