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DeLonghi EC155 Espresso Machine

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$99.95

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Easy to use and extremely affordable, the DeLonghi EC155 Espresso Machine is an ideal machine for those looking to make the switch from instant or drip coffee to a much stronger brew. The EC155 is pump-driven and sports DeLonghi's exclusive Cappuccino Frothing Wand, which delivers rich, delicious crema each time you use it. At such a reasonable price, it's hard to pass up on this marvel of a machine.
DeLonghi EC155 Espresso Machine

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Easy to use and extremely affordable, the DeLonghi EC155 Espresso Machine is an ideal machine for those looking to make the switch from instant or drip coffee to a much stronger brew. The EC155 is pump-driven and sports DeLonghi's exclusive Cappuccino Frothing Wand, which delivers rich, delicious crema each time you use it. At such a reasonable price, it's hard to pass up on this marvel of a machine.

Features & Functionality of the DeLonghi EC155 Espresso Maker

  • Pump Driven: 15 bar pressure for beautiful crema every time.
  • Stainless Steel Boiler: Durable and easy to maintain.
  • Dual Thermostats: Easily control the water and steam temperatures separately.
  • Self-Priming: It will get itself ready to brew so you don't have to!
  • Filter Basket: Uses ground espresso to brew espresso or coffee.
  • Adjustable Frother: The swivel jet frother is ideal for easily making fluffy frothy milk worthy of a cappuccino
  • Removable Water Tank: Easily clean and fill the 35 ounce water tank by removing it first.
  • Removable Drip Tray: Clean up is now hassle-free!
  • On/Off Switch: Indicator light lets you know brew status
Pros
  • Good Shots - You'll get nothing but smooth, delicious shots with any grind using the DeLonghi EC155.
  • Strong Frother - This machine has a solid track record for delivering rich, delicious crema every time.
  • Built-In Tamper - Beginning baristas will love that this machine has a built-in tamper.
Cons
  • Filter Basket Technology - Several users have reported that the filter basket has become twisted in the filter head, making the machine unusable. To avoid this, you have to be very careful not to twist the filter too tightly in the machine.
  • Watery Froth - We found the froth with this machine to be not entirely too foamy and more on the watery side.
  • Messy Clean Up - Expect a bit of a mess when cleaning up after using this machine.
Ease of Use 4
Ease of Care and Maintenance 4
Overall Value for the Money 4
How Does it Compare?

This EC155 makes surprisingly smooth shots for an entry-level machine.

Tips and Tricks

Be sure to use a smaller frothing pitcher because the steam wand has limited clearance.

Model Number EC155
Manufacturer DeLonghi
Width 7.0 inches
Depth 8.5 inches
Height 10.0 inches
Product Weight (lbs.) 16.0000
Watts 1100W
Programmability No
Case Material Plastic
Boiler Material Stainless Steel
Cup Clearance 2.5 inches
Reservoir Size 35 oz
Solenoid Valve No
Steam Wand Type Panarello Only
Cup Warmer Yes
Available Portafilters Pressurized
Warm Up: Brew Time 1 minute and 45 seconds
Warm Up: Steam Time 42 seconds
Boiler Design Single Boiler
NSF Certified No
Pod Friendly Yes - without adaptation
Water Sources Reservoir/Internal Tank
Pre-Infusion/Aroma No
Material Plastic

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DeLonghi EC155 Espresso Machine
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Caleb W asked: What size tamper should be used with this machine? I'm not a big fan of the built in tamper. Oct 14, 2012
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Caleb W: For anyone else needing an answer to this--it's a 52mm tamper. Oct 26, 2012
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A shopper asked: hi, can i make just 1 cup of espresso and still get the same result, as far as pressure goes? Jan 23, 2014
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John M: We're not as happy with this machine. We had the identical model before for about 3 years and it performed much better. The pressure this time is not strong enough to make a good cappuccino.
We are looking around for another model.
You can make just one cup at a time. That is the way we have always used this machine.
Jan 24, 2014
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Russell P: I'm not sure I totally understand the question, but yes, the pressure will be the same each time because the EC155 is using a pressurized portafilter.

That way you don't need to worry about your grind and tamping to try and reach the right pressure, you will get consistent pressure with the pressurized portafilter
Jan 23, 2014
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zachary p: You should have no problem, I prefer a nice strong expresso, and usually fill the double shot filter with coffee and have it in a single cup. It makes a lovely brew. I do recommend this machine for home use at the right price. Enjoy. Jan 25, 2014
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thomas c: yes you can. this is a great machine with a great price. espresso quality is very good . no need to spend $500-$1000. for one that is fickle and expensive to fix. do it! Jan 24, 2014
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Andrew C: I always make one at a time and they always turn out great. This machine beats the pants off much more expensive machines and costs next to nothing. Jan 23, 2014
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harold w: You can, however I have to say I bought the keurig rivo machine and it is so much easier to use, I no longer use my delonghi machine. Jan 24, 2014
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Meghan V: Yes. We often make just one cup on ours and have had no issues with it. Jan 27, 2014
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Maurice M: Yes. Very good machine for the cost. Jan 23, 2014
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Caleb W asked: Are there any other (better) portafilters that fit this machine? I would like to have something that I don't have to deal with the weird flip-clip to knock out the old grounds. Oct 17, 2012
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Caleb W: Alrighty, so here it is: I took the pressurized portafilter and over-tightened the plastic part on the bottom just a smidge, lined it up so that *that* plastic piece lines up perpendicularly with the holes on the bottom of the basket... And smacked it in against the counter. It stays in perfectly for knocking out the grounds and it does come out with a knife or a screwdriver--alternatively, you could unscrew the plastic of the handle and just clean it while it's still in the handle. I'm thinking of modding my handle so that it can be used with the unpressurized portafilter SCG sells. Oct 26, 2012
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Alan G: There is no need for the flip clip; just turn it over and the basket falls out. Use a spoon or dull knife to scoop out some of the old grounds (they are tightly packed), then rinse out the rest. Our only disappointment is that the largest basket only holds two cups of expresso. We would prefer three or so without having to reload the coffee. Oct 24, 2012
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Joni M: Since I usually only make 1 latte a day, I don't empty the grounds until the unit is cool, and I remove the filter from the holder to knock the grounds out.

If it's still hot and I need to empty it...I make do with a wet dishrag to hold it.

High-tech, hey?
Oct 23, 2012
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Mary Beth B: I don't know. Personally, I use a teaspoon to remove the old grounds. I've been quite happy with the machine itself, but the portafilter handle is not sealed and takes on water and old coffee. It is the weak link in an otherwise perfectly lovely machine for the price. Oct 24, 2012
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Sandy B: I'm annoyed by the portafilter as well! Don't know of an alternative...but let me know if you find one :) Oct 24, 2012
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A shopper asked: I was searching for a 220 volt espresso machine and got directed to this site with this product. I don't see it listed under specs what the voltage is. I'm planning to travel to asia and bring a good espresso machine with me and over there they have 220 voltage.is this machine 220 volts? Feb 20, 2014
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Teri KStaff: No, unfortunately we do not offer any home espresso machines that are 220V. This EC155 and our other home machines are 110V, and only the commercial machines are 220V. Feb 20, 2014
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A shopper asked: What size frothing pitcher will work on the DeLonghi EC155? 20oz 4"tall? Thanks in advance Jan 21, 2014
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Teri KStaff: Yes, you could use a 20 oz frothing pitcher with your DeLonghi EC155, but you will need to tip it slightly to get it under the wand. I would not recommend anything larger than a 20 oz size for this machine. Jan 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is there a non-pressurized filter that fits this machine> If so has anyone used it with this machine? Jun 8, 2013
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Sandy B: I only use the filter that came with the machine. Jun 10, 2013
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A shopper asked: What 6 oz. cup will work with this machine? Apparently it can be only 2 inches high. Feb 28, 2013
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Teri KStaff: The Lino Cappuccino cups and saucers, 6 oz, will fit under the portafilter for this DeLonghi EC155, as the clearance is actually about 2.5 inches. Mar 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: Ia the water tray removable? Dec 5, 2013
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Vivek B: The metal grate above the drip tray can be lifted off. The drip tray itself can also be lifted out, but it is an "inner tray" that is enclosed by a bottom housing. So, while you can remove all of it, you can't make it so that a coffee mug could slide in underneath the portafilter. Drip tray removal appears designed for cleaning only, and not for accommodating large cups.

The cold water tank is also removable, so you can fill it at the sink and then pop it into the machine.
Dec 5, 2013
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John M: The water compartment and the tray below the coffee cups are both removable.

This is our second of this model. The pump on the first one that we bought (lasted 3 years) was stronger.
Dec 6, 2013
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Charles P: Yes, the water tray is removable as well as the stainless strainer on top of the water tray to allow the use of full size shot glasses. Dec 5, 2013
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Gregory R: Yes, the water tray can be removed. Both the metal screen and the black plastic tray beneath it can be removed and easily washed. Dec 6, 2013
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JILL N: There is a flip up lid on top...just open it and the water reservoir (tray) slides right out very easily. Dec 5, 2013
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Marshall J: Yes, but note this machine is very small and only accommodates short cups. Dec 5, 2013
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Chris A: Yes, it pulls right out and can be easily washed. Dec 5, 2013
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haomin w: Yes, it is removable. Dec 5, 2013
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Russell P: Yes it is removable. Dec 5, 2013
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Gretchen H: Yes it is. Dec 6, 2013
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Jonathan S: Yes. Dec 6, 2013
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Mark P: Yes Dec 5, 2013
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Warranty Information for the DeLonghi EC155 Espresso Machine

What it Covers:

DeLonghi espresso machines, coffee makers and grinders

Length:

- 1 Year (Small espresso machines, capsule machines, coffee makers, grinders and other electronics)

- 2 Years (Superautomatic espresso machines)

Who Supports the Warranty: DeLonghi
Warranty Contact Information: 800-322-3848
Eligible for SCG Extended Warranty? Yes (Superautomatic espresso machines only).
Can SCG Repair? Yes (Superautomatic espresso machines only). Read more about our out-of-warranty repair services.

Caring for the DeLonghi EC155 Espresso Machine

  • Descale every two to three months. We recommend using Dezcal.
  • Soap out water tank and drip tray every few days.
  • Clean the brew gasket daily with a cleaning brush.

User Manuals for your DeLonghi EC155 Espresso Machine


Great for what it is

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I purchased this machine about 2 months ago and have used it to make 2-3 drinks a day. I liked it so much I purchased another one for my vacation home. Unfortunately I got 2 duds in a row-both duds expelled steam and water(up to 3 oz) in the warm-up phase. The machine should NOT lose any steam or water in that process. I was able to get another one that works properly and I am again pleased.
Starbuck's brand espresso, ground on the turkish coffee setting, is still too course to get a good cup of espresso on this machine. Medaglia D'Oro works much better. I have also had success with Fairway espresso ground at the espresso setting. Both are flour-like. If I had a grinder I would try a little bit coarser grind but not by much. I get very good crema with both those coffees. The frother works great. A few videos on you tube and some practice is all you need. Better to do the milk prior to pulling the shot so that the coffee is still fresh.
This machine would be better for me if there was more height for the cups so that if I made a latte/macchiato I would not lose the crema when pouring from a shot glass. Also, I would like either more space under the frother to accommodate a larger pitcher or a frother that can tilt out. You can use a 12oz pitcher but it must tilted slightly to get in and out. All in all it is a great machine for money.

(Posted on 2/26/14)

Not worth the time

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I am a barista and granted, I work on "commercial grade" machines normally. This machine squirts out water constantly in the steam wand, I can't get the espresso to come out faster than a drip no matter how I adjust or what grind I use. There is no quality crème on it and that's if I can actually get over an ounce of espresso. I got this as a gift for Christmas and will be trying to return it. Maybe I just need to get a French press at home. Very sad.

(Posted on 2/4/14)

With a decent grinder and you can make some good stuff! Save $$

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Stainless steel boiler takes away the lead concern.

(Posted on 1/30/14)

Great machine if you know how to use it.

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First understand, any machine takes practice. I used a Krups for 14 years and created good espresso and lattes. The DeLongi is much better. (I bought this one used because the Krups died). Practice with different grinds. I use a local coffee shop to grind my beans (the same ones THEY use for espresso) and I have them grind it slightly less fine than what they use because this machine doesn't produce the bars of pressure that their commercial machine does. If it is too fine and the espresso struggles to come out, make the grind slightly more coarse until the machine likes it. This DeLonghi accepts a finer grind than the Krups did. Have your local shop work with you in small batches until you find your grind. Then remember the setting!
Skip the built-in tamper. It's awkward. I use a flat bottom coffee scoop for tamping. The steam wand is too long for easily fitting the cup with milk under it. I get around this by placing the machine sideways at the edge of my kitchen counter so I can lower the cup more. When I'm done, I put the machine back by the backsplash. Easy. If you want to remove the filter basket soon after brewing for cleaning, SLOWLY pull the handle back to let the pressure release. Kind of like slowly opening the bottle of soda your buddy shook up before handing it to you.
Bottom line, I love this machine. Makes much better lattes than my previous machine, probably due to the 15 bar pressure. Very rich crema and very effective steam wand for thick foam. Awesome flavor!

(Posted on 1/21/14)

not a high quality machine for any money!

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Have used various grinds of coffee, followed the instructions, it never made a rich crema coffee is always weak very disappointing the only attribute to the machine it froths milk like crazy. In the future will consider almost any other brand.

(Posted on 11/4/13)

Don't let the coffee snobs put you off ...

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I really like this machine.

It works better than adequately; to get a better espresso, I have to go to a much more expensive machine (such as my La Pavoni using fresh ground coffee). The frother is foolproof and does an adequate job.

This machine won't produce world class latte/espresso but it will produce a drink better than you get most high street outlets such as Starbucks etc. at a fraction of the cost.

(Posted on 10/20/13)

Big disappontment

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Having read all the glowing reviews for this machine, I replaced my trusty Breville, which had worked beautifully for five years, on a daily basis, with the DL EC155.

Main problem, no crema. Whatever grind or tamper I tried; just a tiny bit around the edges, or none.

DeLonghi support, well there is another problem. Not the greatest Customer Service department.

My first Espresso machine was a DeLonghi, and it was great. Not so on this one.

(Posted on 10/15/13)

Awesome machine for a starter!

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I've been using this machine for about 2 months and i really like this guy. The price is reasonable, it gives out good coffee, BUT.... What i don't like about it is the built-in tamper (purchased a cheap tamper online) and the steam wand. I've googled for a steam wand mod and all i could find was replacing it with the rancilio silvia v1/2 steam wand which is expensive. So i took off the frothing thingy and i thought maybe if i cut it in the middle so that it leaves a single-hole steam wand and i could do some latte art and guess what? It works!!! I just need some practice to steam milk and pouring technique. Hope this tip can help you guys!

(Posted on 9/11/13)

EC155

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Have owned this machine for approximately 8 months. Very slow to brew even after cleaning with distilled vinegar and removing the filter screen - will not purchase again.

(Posted on 7/5/13)

unbelievable value

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I've had two of these over the last ten years after getting rid of a much more expensive machine that didn't make a shot that was half as good as this machine . I've drunk espresso in the north end of Boston and many places with big commercial machines that were supposed to have great shots and none of them make as good a shot as this modest little machine. I don't know why i would ever buy anything else. Even if I had to buy a new one every year or two it would be more than worth it. The good news is that these little guys last a good long time. I drink 3-6 double shots per day 365 days a year and have had zero issues. I like it so much I gave one to each of my kids. Can't say enough good stuff about it

(Posted on 4/18/13)

Sweet machine for the price

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Just received my EC155 a few weeks ago and I'm loving it so far. When I started to shop around for a pump driven machine I didn't think I would be able to find one for such a low price. Given the price my expectations were not sky high, but I have been pleasantly surprised by the quality of the shots I'm getting from the EC155. It holds a generous amount of water and seems to have a solid construction. My only minor gripe is the short steaming wand, but that can be dealt with by using a squat frothing pitcher.

All in all a great product for the price. I cannot comment on the long term durability yet, but it has been running like a champ so far.

(Posted on 4/15/13)

Great value, good entry level machine

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I have now had my EC155 for a couple months, which I purchased from Seattlecoffee gear and I cannot say enough good things about them, and it has performed up to all my expectations. I am an experienced home coffee roaster and have been roasting my own coffee for almost ten years but had not ventured into the realm of espresso until recently. My goal was to find a solidly rated machine with which to learn and practice the art of brewing espresso without breaking my bank. Thus far, my EC155 is meeting those needs like a charm. I appreciate its ease of use and most importantly the good tasting shots it produces, allowing me to experiment and experience both single origin and blended espresso. Someday I'll likely upgrade to a more advanced machine but in the meantime I am happy and totally satisfied with the EC155.

(Posted on 9/18/12)

Basic as desired

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Does everything I want. Bought several wider and lower cups to put under the spigot. The wand is the ideal distance. Once the coffee is pressed properly, deciding on having double or more is all that remains. This unit is excellent for the use I want.

Should I become lazier, I will upgrade to a unit with more features. I am very pleased with this one.

(Posted on 9/1/12)

Best cost effective Espresso machine

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This machine is awesome, it just works, sure it has a few shortcomings, like the little space for cups, and the position of the frothing wand, but I think both can be addressed by the user. you won't find a better machine for < $150.00 USD I think, I haven't tried it with illy nor Lavazza, I only had some starbucks and cafe Butelo coffee, but I have made acceptable espresso & latte's, they're not great yet because I'm still tuning my shots, as a recommendation, you should get a good tamper, the built-in tamper is uncomfortable to use and it's impossible to tamp properly, even though the basket is pressurized, I have found that you need to tamp hard to get good espresso shots. I will definitely recommend this machine to other espresso newbies like me! :p, if you're already experienced on this field, then you should get a higher end machine, though I think you wouldn't be dissapointed with this machine.

(Posted on 7/25/12)

Faithful

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At least 5 days per week, this espresso machine has faithfully put out two shots for two lattes for two and half years, and it is still going. I did have a scare a few months ago when I thought the pump went out, but after reading on the internet, I found that using a de-scaler might work better than vinegar; it does. I have cleaned the screw-on filter every month or two, and it continues to work well. It will make about 8 shots before it has to rest for about ten minutes, but for the price, it is a great machine. Definitely need to use a short espresso pitcher or shot glasses, and my frothing pitcher is short and fat, but reliability is worth those small necessities. If I upgrade, it will be to a fully automatic, and this will be my back up.

Pros:
Quick Brewing, Large Water Container, Reliable, Easy To Clean, Easy To Use

Cons:
Noisy, Leaky

(Posted on 5/7/12)

Great Gift

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Being a former barista I was very particular about the machine I wanted for personal use. But, this christmas I was given this machine as a gift. Even though it was not the machine I was considering it has met my expectations. My family and friends love the coffee I make, but I would never use this machine commercially or for large groups.

Use a 12 oz pitcher and nothing bigger, I would also try a shot glass with a rubber bottom if you can find one. The motion of the machine moves the shot glass around. It takes some finesse to find out how to get the right foam with this machine, but now I love it. Great price for what you are given.

Pros:
Great Taste, Large Water Container, Easy To Use

Cons:
Noisy

(Posted on 12/27/11)

Do Not Let The Price Fool You!

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This is my first espresso machine. The price was right and I liked the reviews I read, so I took the plunge. Once I got the grind right (use a burr mill)and the hang of it, I was hooked. I make lattes, cappuccinos, and my favorite, Americanos, everyday. My friends have let me experiment on them making different concoctions and they are always happy with the result. The wand steams great milk for perfect hot chocolate. I wish the wand was not set so low, but if you use a small frothing pitcher and angle it right, you get used to it. It is a small machine and set very low, but for the price and the quality of the coffee I get from this machine, it is a small inconvenience compared to the joy I get from my machine. Love, Love, Love! [...]

Pros:
Perfect for Small Groups, Great Taste, Easy To Clean, Quick Brewing, Easy to Fill Reservoir, Easy To Use

Cons:
Frothing wand set too low, Wish it was taller

(Posted on 1/20/11)

I would buy this product again.

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I make coffee every morning and love my new coffee maker.

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Quick Brewing, Easy To Clean, Great Taste, Easy To Use

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(Posted on 1/5/11)

great cup of coffee

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I bought this machine as a replacement to a steam machine I had purchased that made the worst espresso. My first machine was a pump driven Krupps and it finally gave up the ghost after many years, the steam machine was supposed to just get me buy (it didn't even do that-I don't know why I even thought it would). I make a cafe americano (decaf) every morning just for the taste. Caffeine is out in my world so had to have something that made my 1 cup a delight. This machine does that. Great creme every time. So much so that some mornings I'm making a 2nd cup just to enjoy it. The machine is easy to clean, and the water container is big enough I'm not refilling very often. Would like the steam wand to oscillate or be a bit higher for the mochas I make the family but its all good. I would buy this again if I needed one and for the price, you can't beat it. It makes my americanos just like [...]if not with better creme really.

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Easy To Use, Great Taste, Easy To Clean, Quick Brewing, Large Water Container

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(Posted on 8/13/10)

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