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DeLonghi EC702 Pump Espresso Machine

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Product Description

Built to last in a sturdy stainless steel case, the DeLonghi EC702 Pump Espresso Machine stands out from the rest with its structure and functionality. The pod-friendly EC702 allows you to easily pull espresso shots with no muss and no fuss. Create your favorite latte and cappuccino drinks with the cappuccino system frother. The EC702 from DeLonghi also maintains consistent heat for both brewing and steaming with two separate thermostats, plus it heats up quickly with the self-priming operation.

Features & Functionality of the DeLonghi Pump Espresso Machine

  • Patented Dual Function Filter Holder: Gives you the ability to use convenient pods or ground coffee. Makes espresso preparation quick and easy.
  • Patented Cappuccino System Frother: Steams and froths up your favorite latte and cappuccino drinks like cake. Mixes steam and milk to give you that consistent rich, creamy froth every time.
  • Self Priming Operation: No more long waits for your machine to heat up, as this function gives you a quicker heat-up time.
  • Two Thermostats: Brewing espresso or your favorite milk based drinks will be at the perfect temperature, as this machines has two thermostats that allow water and steam pressure to be controlled separately.
  • Boiler: This strong boiler is made of high-quality stainless steel.
  • Pump Pressure: This machine gives off 15 bar pump pressure, which guarantees that each shot will have an authentic flavor.
  • Water Tank: Easy to clean, the removable 44-ounce water tank also has and indicator light to let you know when it's time to refill.
  • Cup Warming Tray: Maintain the heat of your espresso and caffeinated drinks by keeping a set of your cups on top of the machine to keep them warm.
  • Stainless Steel Case - Unlike its plastic predecessors, the EC702 has been upgraded to a sturdy and attractive stainless steel case.
  • Compact - With a small footprint, you can fit this machine just about anywhere no matter what size kitchen.
  • Quick Heat-Up - No long waits, the self-priming operation will heat up this machine quickly so you can make drinks in no time.
  • Messy Pucks - Unfortunately this pump machine does not have the solenoid valve that gives you a dry puck for easy clean up.
Ease of Use 4
Ease of Care and Maintenance 4
Overall Value for the Money 4
How Does it Compare?

The stainless steel case makes this model much sturdier than the previous plastic iterations.

Additional Information

Manufacturer DeLonghi
Width 11.25 inches
Depth 8.15 inches
Height 12.5 inches
Product Weight (lbs.) 11.1000
Watts 1200W
Volts 120 volts
Programmability No
Case Material Stainless Steel
Boiler Material Stainless Steel
Cup Clearance 2.75 inches
Solenoid Valve No
Steam Wand Type Panarello Only
Cup Warmer Yes
Available Portafilters Pressurized
Boiler Design Single Boiler
Pod Friendly Yes - without adaptation
Water Sources Reservoir/Internal Tank
Auto Shut Off No
Auto On No
Pre-Infusion/Aroma No
Material Stainless Steel

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How many mm is the brew head?
Lynnette D on Aug 3, 2013
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How hot does the water get in this machine? I've been searching for an affordable home system, but have found that 1) they don't seem to get to the proper temperature, and 2) they rattle like crazy from the pump.
The design of this one seems nice, but does the boiler temp reach at least 190°?

Thanks in advance!
A shopper on Nov 14, 2014
Best Answer: I've never measured the temperature, so I can't answer your question in those terms. What I can say is that the espresso is too hot for me to drink immediately after being pulled. And my wife thinks that I have asbestos lips - that is, I tolerate much hotter liquid temperatures than she can.

I'm not one for what I consider 21st century hyper scientism . I don't care to get a metric on my every waking experience. Instead, I trust my own experience and instinct. I realize this is anathema to some espresso aficionados. Still, it is context you need for reading this answer. The machine makes good espresso, and that is my measure of quality in this case.

As for rattling - this machine seems reasonably quiet, I wouldn't say it rattles. But it is the only one I've ever owned. It makes a very good espresso. My main complaint is that I can't get more than one pull consecutively to be satisfying. This may be due to limitations of the machine, or of my ability. I'm not sure which.

Hope this helps.
Reply · Report · John K on Nov 15, 2014
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Are there any other portafilters available for this machine, I'm not a fan of the way the filter is held in?...
Ethan C on Jan 8, 2015
Best Answer: Unfortunately, we don't carry, and I don't believe that Delonghi makes any other portafilters that fit this machine. Good luck in your search!
Reply · Report · Stephanie AStaff on Jan 8, 2015
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Where do I put the pods?
A shopper on Aug 13, 2014
Best Answer: This DeLonghi EC702 is compatible with ESE pods, and these pods are used in the portafilter with the single basket instead of ground coffee. Details for pod usage can be found on page 9 of the user manual. Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Aug 13, 2014
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Because the original pressurized basket produced such a weak shot, I am now using a nonpressurized basket but I'm getting practically no crèma. What am I doing wrong?
Geraldine B on Jun 22, 2014
Best Answer: Moving from a pressurized basket to a non pressurized basket on this DeLonghi EC702 or any other machine requires a good quality grinder for best results, while a pressurized basket is much more forgiving. This means that while with a pressurized basket you can use preground coffee or a lower end grinder, a non pressurized basket must be used in conjunction with a nice grinder for crema. A pressurized basket helps slow down flow and provides crema, while a non pressurized basket relies on a finer grind to slow down extraction for crema. If you need a grinder, I would suggest looking at the Baratza Virtuoso or Preciso or another higher end grinder.
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Jun 23, 2014
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Warranty Information for the DeLonghi EC702 Pump Espresso Machine

What it Covers:

DeLonghi espresso machines, coffee makers and grinders


- 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? No
Can SCG Repair? Yes (Superautomatic espresso machines only). Read more about our out-of-warranty repair services.

Caring for the DeLonghi Pump Espresso Machine

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

User Manuals for your DeLonghi Pump Espresso Machine


Crapped out in a couple of monthsReview by Judy
I agree with the first reviewer. The pump seems week, and the coffee just drips out. It started out as a great machine, but stopped working well. I had the cheaper DeLongi, the 155 for about 5 years, and it worked great. This one should be that good, but isn't. (Posted on 12/24/2014)
3 years and still going strongReview by Humboldt Honey
Perfect shots every time. Fast warm up is great in the morning. Even puts up with the grandkids banging around making hot chocolate. Easy to clean and maintain. For the price it's a bargain. (Posted on 11/20/2014)
Was awesome for the first 2 weeksReview by JeepGirl
This machine put out really decent shots for 2 weeks then all of the sudden had no pressure for pulling shots. No matter how we ground or tamped, espresso trickled out sooooooo slow with no crema and looked like badly brewed coffee.

We were so excited to have an espresso machine at home again... but from other reviews on different websites I see that this model seems crap at about 2-8 months. So sad and in the market for an espresso machine again. (Posted on 8/9/2014)
The easiest great machineReview by Metamorf
Having owned many espresso machines I would say this one is tops in its simplicity of use, cleaning and the brew it makes. (Posted on 3/22/2014)
great machineReview by Dr.Oz
I had this machine for about 2 years I works great no problems
(Posted on 9/11/2013)
Great choice for the moneyReview by Marc
Nice machine capable of producing excellent results once you get the grind, tamp and frothing down.
The wand is a proprietary design and I recommend you read the included frothing instructions as the best technique is somewhat different than what would be used with a "normal" wand.
My only criticism would be the wand location. Depending on the frothing container If it protruded further it would make use a bit easier for frothing different quantities/depths of milk. Even with that flaw decent results are possible with a bit of trial and error.
(Posted on 1/19/2013)
Good espresso, easy to use, little messyReview by Ryan
This espresso machine was given to me as a gift. I've worked as a barista for 2 years using both fully automatic and traditional semi--automatic machines. Obviously no entry level machines is comparable to a commercial machine. But, I have enjoyed being able to make great tasting shots and decent lattes and cappuccinos at home.

Pros: The machine is easy to use and easy to clean with 3 simple buttons (on, espresso temp, steam temp) and a lever to activate steam. The removable drip tray is large enough to capture a good amount of water and coffee mess before it needs to be emptied. The unit heats to espresso temperature in about 5 to 7 minutes (shots come out about 180 degrees). Once shots are pulled, the unit can heat to steam temperature in just a minute or so more.

Cons: portafilter head is smaller than commercial and I haven't found a tamper that fits other than the one that comes with it. The steam wand is weak, but from what I've read on entry level machines this is not unique to the Delonghi. The coffee grounds are loose and wet rather than forming a nice dry puck., making it difficult to knock clean. To get a good froth from the steam wand you have to purge the wand for 2 or 3 seconds to rid the water in the line and get a nice steam. You'll also have to swirl your milk quite a bit to get smooth cream foam rather than big bubbles.

Final note: worth the money for no frills machine, especially if you want to enjoy straight espresso more so than lattes and cappuccinos. With some practice you'll be pleased. (Posted on 8/14/2012)
Operational anomalies; poor customer serviceReview by fred
Coffee was great but lots of operational anomalies; indicator lights blinking on and off, steam giving out. We returned the machine finally after several attempts to query De' Longhi customer service about these issues. Completely non-responsive and unhelpful. Very frustrating. (Posted on 8/8/2012)

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