Shop the Best Espresso Machines
Are you in the market for cafe quality espresso shots at the push of a button? We have many superautomatic espresso machines for a quick morning latte fix. Or maybe you enjoy the ritual of espresso and are in pursuit of the perfect shot. If that's the case, we have one of the largest selections of semi-automatic espresso machines around.
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Do you enjoy living off the grid, but miss the taste of freshly brewed espresso? Whether your camping, hiking or running from federal agents (we’re not here to judge!), GSI has you covered with their one or four cup Mini Expresso maker. This portable espresso maker is constructed of durable Glacier Stainless and will keep your espresso cravings at bay while you’re exploring the great outdoors. Learn More$39.95
The Saeco Aroma is a compact and durable espresso machine that makes brewing your favorite espresso, cappuccino or latte beverage a snap. With the Aroma Espresso Machine, you have the option to use already ground espresso or E.S.E compatible pods using the included special adapter. The Aroma's pressurized portafilter makes it one of the best performing home espresso machines we have tested. Place this cool and compact espresso maker just about anywhere in your kitchen or coffee space. Learn More
Regular Price: $349.95
Sturdy stainless steel casing, brass components throughout and an upgraded commercial-grade steam wand make the Rancilio Silvia Version 3 one of the most popular machines on the market. Simple, reliable and powerful, the Silvia espresso machine produces excellent espresso and silky microfoam milk for your lattes and cappuccinos. Add even more consistency to your Rancilio Silvia with the addition of a PID controller. Installed by our own Seattle Coffee Gear tech department before the machine goes out, these units enable you to control the temperature variance on this machine by as little as one degree. Learn More$685.00
The Rancilio Silvia performs the best when it's paired with a high quality burr grinder. You need one that goes fine enough for espresso and also provides you with an even coffee particle size so you can pull consistently great shots. Learn More$851.00
The DeLonghi EC860 Espresso Machine combines the control of a semi-automatic with the freedom of a superautomatic, all in one compact, stainless-steel machine. Unlike other entry-level espresso machines, the EC860 incorporates an automatic cappuccino system that froths your milk and pulls your shots right into your cup. Then when you're ready to upgrade to creating your own frothy drinks, the EC860's interchangeable traditional steam wand will make you feel like you're a home barista. Learn More$499.95
The Bialetti Moka Express Stovetop Espresso Maker produces rich, authentic espresso in just minutes. The Moka Express features an aluminum pot crafted using Bialetti's distinctive eight-sided shape, which allows it to diffuse heat and enhance the aroma of your coffee. Learn More$34.99
Who knew making a cup of coffee could be so much like a science experiment? The Bodum Santos Stovetop Vacuum Coffee Maker takes us back to chemistry class (even its glass construction makes us think of beakers and bunsen burners) with its simplistic style of brewing coffee. The Santos brews up to eight cups and features heat-resistant glass. Learn More
Regular Price: $99.90
The Ilsa Express Stove Top Espresso Maker comes in 10-, 6- or 3-cup styles and makes coffee right on your stovetop. With a simple construction and a polished stainless steel exterior, the Ilsa Express looks great and functions great too. Make coffee quickly, easily and deliciously in your kitchen without fuss or fanfare. Learn More
Regular Price: $64.00
The updated Odea Giro 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. Saeco kept the updated Odea Giro's operations extremely basic: adjust the amount of ground coffee beans used and the brewed volume you desire, then press the brew button once (or twice for a double shot). A high-clearance steam wand accommodates your frothing pitcher without needing to tip it to fit underneath (as with some older Saeco models). Learn More$800.00