Cappuccinos, lattes and macchiatos are a push of a button away with the Refurbished Saeco Exprelia One Touch Superautomatic Espresso Machine. The double boiler cuts down on your wait time, instantly brewsing espresso after automatically frothing your milk. As if life couldn't get any easier, Saeco designed the Exprelia with access to automatic cleaning and descaling. So sit back and relax, then enjoy the frothy goodness your machine will magically create.
This is a Certified Refurbished Espresso Machine
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Features & Functionality of the Refurbished Saeco Exprelia One Touch Superautomatic Espresso Machine
- Removable Milk Frothing Carafe with Automatic Cleaning Cycle: External container automatically froths milk into your cup. The top portion of the handle swivels to the left to dispense steamed milk directly into your cup during the brew cycle. When the handle is swiveled back to the container it automatically rinses itself to keep the container clean and clear of any milk clogs.
- Alternate Steaming and Hot Water Wand: The Exprelia has a dedicated hot water and alternate steaming wand with dedicated second boiler for strong steaming power. The stainless steel wand does not include a panarello and is perfect for creating your own micro-foam.
- Removable Water Tank: 1.5 liter removable water tank
- Double Boiler System: The Exprelia has two stainless-steel boilers that ensure there is always water at the right temperature for brewing, steaming, or dispensing hot water.
- Saeco Brewing System (SBS): Allows you to choose the strength and consistency of your coffee by turning a dial.
- Aroma System: The Saeco Aroma System pre-wets your coffee grinds to ensure the best possible coffee extraction. This feature, also known as pre-infusion, can be turned off or on, or lengthened to suit your taste.
- Auto-Clean: Your Saeco superautomatic will automatically clean and descale for you leaving you with a well-maintained machine that will produce flavorful drinks every time.
- Customization: Each beverage can be set to your personal preference. It allows you to program the quantity of coffee to grind, coffee temperature, size of your drink and quantity of milk or water.
|Ease of Care and Maintenance||5|
|Ease of Use||5|
|Overall Value for the Money||4|
|How Does it Compare?||
This machine does not have all of the proverbial bells and whistles that the Xelsis does, but it shares the same one-touch functionality.
|Product Weight (lbs.)||40.0000|
|Case Material||Stainless Steel/Plastic|
|Boiler Material||Stainless Steel|
|Cup Clearance||4.25 inches|
|Reservoir Size||1.5 liters|
|Steam Wand Type||Traditional Only|
|Warm Up: Brew Time||1 minute and 29 seconds|
|Warm Up: Steam Time||12 seconds|
|Boiler Design||Double Boiler|
|Water Sources||Reservoir/Internal Tank|
|Auto Shut Off||Yes|
|One-Touch||Yes - Optional, with Steam Wand|
|Bean Hopper Capacity||10.5 ounces|
|Material||Brushed Stainless Steel|
Submit a question directly to owners of this product and ask what they think about it!
http://www.seattlecoffeegear.com/saeco-exprelia-evo-superautomatic-espresso-machine Oct 22, 2013
Which super automatic would you recommend? Saeco Exprelia or Jura S9? Based reliability and ease of use/maintenance.
I would very much appreciate a response.
I have been read in about these two products and I like certain features of each one.
Arash Apr 28, 2013
two things about exprelia. I have heard that there are issues with water leakage and rapid filling of the drip trays, and also issues with the display going bad. have you heard any of those issues? I really like the easy cleaning option of the Exprelia and the wand, but the on line reviews have made me concerned about this machine.
Arash Apr 29, 2013
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Warranty Information for the Refurbished Saeco Exprelia One Touch Superautomatic Espresso Machine
|What it Covers:||
SCG's Certified Refurbished Equipment
Including Saeco, Rocket, Rancilio, Francis Francis Refurbished Equipment
|Who Supports the Warranty:||Seattle Coffee Gear|
|Warranty Contact Information:||866-372-4734 or email us at email@example.com|
|Notes:||Read more about Seattle Coffee Gear's Warranty coverage.|
|Eligible for SCG Extended Warranty?||Yes|
|Can SCG Repair?||Yes. Read more about our out-of-warranty repair services.|
Caring for the Refurbished Saeco Exprelia One Touch Superautomatic Espresso Machine
- Descale every two to three months. We recommend using Dezcal.
- Soap out water tank and drip tray every few days.
- Remove the brew group and spray it down with hot water (no soap!) about once per week.
- Clean and rinse the milk pitcher in soapy water between fillings.
- Wipe the brushed stainless casing with a damp rag or sponge. Casing can be cleaned periodically with stainless steel cleaner/polish.
User Manuals for your Saeco Exprelia One Touch Superautomatic Espresso Machine
Videos Featuring the Refurbished Saeco Exprelia One Touch Superautomatic Espresso Machine
First timerReview by Selina
Quality Price Value
This was my first purchase after months of viewing videos, reading customer reviews and in discussion with incredibly helpful Seattle Coffeegear staff. Customer service was the best of any company I've ever dealt with, thank you! This machine is visually sleek and pretty easy to use. There are three people in my house who all like something different, so this machine works. The negatives I found are: You can only put 1 spoon of ground coffee in the bypass which makes for weak coffee, the milk frothed is explosive so I have to hold the cup up close to the spout to avoid milk splatter, the espresso froth is heavy regardless of how I turn the dial on the front. The machine grinder is quite loud but no more so than if you used a manual electric grinder.
(Posted on 9/15/14)
A Great Machine When Paired With Reasonable ExpectationsReview by John
Quality Price Value
I have been a super automatic owner for about 5 years now. My last machine was a De'Longhi 3300. It was a great machine and ran great for just over 4 years before having a catastrophic failure. Returning to the market, I initially looked at De'Longhi again but nothing in my price point really struck a chord with me. We decided to return to Seattle Coffee Gear to peruse the refurb possibilities.
Coming from that machine I just wanted a traditional super auto with a steam wand. When I saw that I could something like the Exprelia One Touch for only a little more than my De Longhi would otherwise run we decided to take the plunge. More than anything else I was really drawn by the perceived built quality of the machine. I say perceived simply because I won't know for at least 1-2 years the reality of my immediate impressions.
People have "complained about temp" when using the one touch for milk drinks, it's not going to be 160 degrees. I suspect even the newer Evo won't get hot enough for those who want a piping hot cup. The one touch is all about convenience, not temperature and control over the final result. If I want to take the time or I have guests it's the steam wand. If it's 10 minutes after I woke up and I want a quick cup before I rush out the door, the one touch does the job. Pre-Warming your cup will help and so will drinking immediately. It's not hot enough to run a cup and then sip slowly over the next 15 minutes. Keep in mind the coffee comes out of this machine *very* hot, we are talking specifically about the milk. Thankfully with this machine if you WANT that kind of temp you still have a steam wand unlike many comparable machines that sacrifice the steam wand for the carafe. If I want to make a latte for someone I can run milk and then steam it for a boost in temp. The key thing for me is the Exprelia (and also the Evo) give you options that most machines don't.
I knocked off a star for price and value simply because though out of stock it appears SCG sells the newer model Evo for $100 less as a refurb despite that machine actually selling for $100 over the original exprelia. My Refurb looked new, I saw no signs of wear/tear even in areas where I would expect to have seen some marring (such as the plastic cover of the LCD screen). Can't say everyone's unit will be like this but I walked out with a unit in better cosmetic shape then I would have suspected.
One other "knock" that doesn't really matter. The genius designers put a bright red LED light in the power button. Not so that you know when it's on, nope.... This light FLASHES about twice a minute while the machine is in standby. Our coffee bar faces our living room and I ended up putting a sticker over it. Not the end of the world but definitely one of those "what were they thinking" moments.
(Posted on 3/5/14)
Overall great machineReview by Chris
Price Value Quality
Spent countless hours researching this and similar machines. Came across this refurb and bit the bullet. Upon arrival I was pleasantly surprised at the size. Guess I spent too much time zoomed in when researching. Fits nicely on our countertop. Being a refurb it had everything needed but did not have the water filter, grease, and cleaning agents you get when buying new. No biggie just ordered some and was still WAY ahead of full price. No blemishes or scratches of any kind. I eagerly crafted my first cappuccino after initial set up. I was a little surprised at the tempurature of the milk based drinks which was my main reason for buying. Not very hot. Easily fixed with 15 seconds with the steam wand though. Espressos, Caffe, and Cafe Lungo's are very hot if you set them on the hottest setting. Easy to clean and the machine tells you when to.
I have had it for about 2 1/2 weeks now and do not regret spending the $$ on it even though it was a stretch for me at refurb price. Planning on making it up on efficiency with my business! Overall this is a quality machine that has been well thought out. Seattle Coffee Gear was great to deal with. Site made purchase easy, they give you tracking info, and they were friendly when I called in on the temperature of the milk based drinks.
(Posted on 1/17/13)