With more chrome than a tricked-out Maserati, the La Pavoni Stradivari PSC 16 looks like a work of art and performs like a finely-tuned race car. The results will win you adoring fans who follow your trials and triumphs in pursuit of the perfect espresso shot. After a few warm up laps, the La Pavoni Stradivari PSC 16 is ready to go toe to toe with any manual machine out there, pulling up to sixteen espresso shots before the finish line. The proof is in the espresso shot glass, La Pavoni is a winner!
Features & Functionality of the La Pavoni Stradivari Works
Professional-Grade Boiler: With a 38-ounce capacity, you can make up to sixteen two-ounce cups of espresso.
Dual Frothing System: Use the manual wand or automatic frothing adapter to steam your milk.
Recessed Switches: Both the power switch and button are recessed for a streamlined look.
Triple Chrome Plated: Heavy duty chrome plating makes for beautiful, functional design.
Solid Brass Boiler: The nickel-plated solid brass boiler provides improved temperature regulation.
Incomparable Shots - You'll be pulling the best shots you've ever tasted from this espresso machine and will have the opportunity to truly perfect each aspect of espresso extraction.
Sturdy Design - The weight and size of this espresso machine could lend itself to improved stability during the extraction process..
Beautiful Design - The Stradivari is both elegant and functional, allowing you to pull a large quantity of espresso while maintaining its grand aesthetic appeal. You can go commercial without looking industrial.
Learning Curve - You're going to have a few up close and personal dates with your Stradivari before you can really get to know it. But once you've figured out how to pull shots from this machine, you'll wonder why you ever dabbled with any other espresso machine before.
Requires Burr Grinder - Consistency in coffee grinds requires that you invest in a high-end burr grinder in order to successfully extract great shots with Stradivari.
Second Shot's the Charm - It's often said that the first shot on manual espresso machines are not that great. Therefore, you'll probably end up throwing out your first shot of the day.