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  • Baratza Vario-W Burr Grinder

    11 Reviews(s)
    Named one of the best new products of 2011, the Baratza Vario-W Burr Grinder not only gives you the ability to create that precise grind for your ideal shots, but it has also been upgraded to incorporate weight. Using real-time weight-based grinding with a built-in electronic scale, all you need to do is set your weight preference and the Vario-W will do the rest. Learn More
  • Crossland Coffee CC1 Version 1.5 Espresso Machine

    28 Reviews(s)
    Move over Rancilio Silvia, the Crossland Coffee CC1 Version 1.5 espresso machine is here. And it's got credentials in spades: an innovative PID built right into the interface, thermoblock-enhanced steam and even more intuitive controls for perfecting your shot and keeping it consistently delicious. Learn More
  • Saeco Exprelia Evo Superautomatic Espresso Machine

    19 Reviews(s)
    The 60's may have lied to us about flying cars and houses on clouds, but this Jetsons-esque espresso machine makes up for all of that! With its automated milk frothing and programmability, the Saeco Exprelia Evo helps you make the perfect beverage every morning. Just hit one of the pre-programmed buttons, which can be customized to meet your specifications, and watch it go to work. It even cleans up after itself (and provides easy access to automatic cleaning and descaling cycles for routine maintenance) - it's like having your very own Rosie! Learn More
  • Rancilio Silvia Espresso Machine

    92 Reviews(s)
    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
  • Saeco Energica Focus Superautomatic Espresso Machine - Certified Refurbished

    3 Reviews(s)
    Hot and frothy lattes and cappuccinos with just a touch of a button. Who could say no to that? The refurbished Saeco Energica Focus Superautomatic Espresso Machine offers simple one touch brewing and efficient double boilers to reduce wait time between frothing and brewing, creating a magical drink in no time flat! Learn More

    Regular Price: $1,699.00

    $999.00

  • DeLonghi EN720M Lattissima Premium Single Serve Espresso Maker

    2 Reviews(s)
    Nespresso and Delonghi are working together again and this time it's to bring you the EN720M Lattissima Premium Single-Serve Espresso Maker. When time is of the essence, and sacrificing great espresso isn't an option (is it ever?), the Lattissima Premium picks up the slack ensuring a quick, yet delicious brew. Learn More
  • Saeco Syntia Cappuccino Superautomatic Espresso Machine

    9 Reviews(s)
    We'll take your stainless steel-cased Saeco Syntia and raise you an automatic milk frother. Yes, the Saeco Syntia Cappuccino Superautomatic Espresso Machine comes with that extra added feature of a milk frother, making less work for you when you want to enjoy your favorite frothy drinks. Even better, the Syntia Cappuccino no longer has a steam wand and comes with a quieter ceramic grinder compared to other machines in its league. The stakes have never been higher with Saeco's Syntia Cappuccino machine. Learn More
    $1,399.00

    Discontinued

  • Saeco Odea Giro Espresso Machine with OptiDose II

    34 Reviews(s)
    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

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