Saeco Intelia Superautomatic Espresso Machine - Certified Refurbished



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Simplify your morning java routine with the Saeco Intelia certified refurbished espresso machine. As you clear the sleep from your weary morning eyes, allow the bright LED display to guide your way to a delightful shot of espresso or an Americano. As your vision begins to clear, choose from three dosage levels and preferred water volume. If a latte macchiato or cappuccino sounds like it would hit the spot, effortlessly steam milk on the black Focus model with the panarello or the cappuccinatore on the stainless steel Class model. Creating a drink on the Saeco Intelia can be so simple, you’ll almost forget you made it!

The Intelia Class now comes with a black cappuccinatore that is featured in the images, versus the stainless steel cappuccinatore featured in the video.

Features & Functionality of the Saeco Intelia - Certified Refurbished

  • Large & Luminous LED Display: The simple and sizable three color display makes operation and maintenance a cinch.
  • Ceramic Grinder: Doesn't overheat the beans and preserves aroma.
  • Removable Brew Group: The removable brew group makes cleaning a breeze.
  • Energy Saver: The Intelia automatically kicks into stand-by mode after one hour of non-use.
  • Bypass Doser: Easily brew your favorite preground blend.
  • Shake it Up - As the grinder operates, the finger guard vibrates to help beans find their way to the grinder chute.
  • Efficient Yet Swift - Even when your Intelia is in stand-by mode, you are only a mere 25 seconds away from brewing a fresh cup.
  • Money Saver - Spend a little less cash with the certified refurbished model.
  • Skip the Oily Beans - Like most superautomatics, using oily beans may clog the grinder over time.

How Does it Compare?

While the Intelia has similar functionality to the Syntia, the Intelia features a larger water reservoir, dredge box and bean hopper.

A panarello for milk frothing is offered on the Focus, while the Class model features an easy froth cappuccinatore.


Manufacturer Saeco
Width 10 inches
Depth 17.3 inches
Height 13.4 inches
Watts 1900W
Volts 120V
Programmability No
Case Material Stainless Steel/Plastic
Boiler Material Stainless Steel
Cup Clearance 4.25 inches
Reservoir Size 50.7 ounces
Cup Warmer No
Boiler Design Thermoblock
Water Sources Reservoir/Internal Tank
Auto Shut Off Yes
Auto On No
Pre-Infusion/Aroma Yes
One-Touch No
Bean Hopper Capacity 10.6 ounces
Bypass Doser Yes
Material Metal and Plastic


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Hello, Do you happen to have the model number for this unit specifically? It is not listed on the additional information page. Also do you have any information on what the major differences are between this machine (Saeco Intelia Superautomatic Espresso Machine) and the (Saeco Intelia Deluxe Superautomatic Espresso)? Thank you!
Ilya R on Apr 20, 2016
Saeco Intelia Superautomatic Espresso Machine - Certified Refurbished
Saeco Intelia Superautomatic Espresso Machine - Certified Refurbished
Saeco Intelia Deluxe HD8759/47 Superautomatic Espresso Machine
Saeco Intelia Deluxe HD8759/47 Superautomatic Espresso Machine
Best Answer: The deluxe seems to be the newest model.

I too would also like to know the model number of the refurbished unit, hopefully someone chimes in soon.
Reply · Report · Jason M on Aug 18, 2016
can the panerello wand on the black focus itelia be replaced with a cappuccinatore?
Rahim R on Apr 19, 2016
Best Answer: Yep! They are swappable. A standalone cappuccinatore attachment is coming soon!
Reply · Report · Joshua SStaff on May 25, 2017
Does the intelia have the option of a steam wand instead of drawing from reservoir?
A shopper on Nov 9, 2015
Best Answer: The Focus (black) one comes with a panarello for easy steaming to whatever temperature you need. The Class (stainless steel) color comes with a cappuccinatore. This allows for the milk to be siphoned up through a hose so that it interacts with the steam, steaming and frothing directly into your cup for you. Neither will have a traditional steam wand option, but if you like the stainless steel color, you can choose to remove the cappuccinatore and put on a panarello, which we carry as an accessory:
Reply · Report · Miranda GStaff on Dec 9, 2015
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Does this machine have a stainless steel boiler? I am looking for a unit which does not heat the water in plastic. If not, what units do you recommend in this or lower price range? Thanks!
Deb H on Aug 19, 2015
Best Answer: No machines have plastic boilers. These are stainless steel.
Reply · Report · Michele BStaff on Aug 20, 2015
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What are the differences between the Intelia and the Syntia? Aside from reliability.
Krista H on Mar 18, 2016
Saeco Intelia Superautomatic Espresso Machine - Certified Refurbished
Saeco Intelia Superautomatic Espresso Machine - Certified Refurbished
Saeco Syntia Focus RI9833/47 Superautomatic Espresso Machine - Certified Refurbished
Saeco Syntia Focus RI9833/47 Superautomatic Espresso Machine - Certified Refurbished
Best Answer: I have not tried the Intelia, but the Syntia is pretty cool. Has worked like a charm for the past 8 months, brewing at least 6 cups a day. The Milk frother is pretty cool. You will need to make sure you regularly maintain it so that it works at maximum potential.
Reply · Report · maher f on Mar 30, 2016
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Do both the Saeco Intelia Focus model and the Stainless Steel model permit programming two beverages by adjusting the coffee strength and water volume?
Magmp on Feb 6, 2015
Best Answer: Yes, you can program both the volume (0.5 oz. to 8 oz.) and the strength (1-3 beans, or 7-10 grams). You can program both models in the same way, for volume by pushing and holding the button you want to program, and once you have as much in your cup as you'd like, releasing the button so it will remember for next time!
Reply · Report · Stephanie AStaff on Feb 7, 2015
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What is the Manufacturing country of this model?
Valentin B on May 15, 2017
Best Answer: I have not inspected the unit for point of origin information. I assumed it to be Italian but that may be inaccurate. I will write this about my model though; It has been used at least three times daily for more than 18 months. There has never been a parts or operational failure. And it produces a remarkable and consistent espresso when using the excellent beans available from Lavazza.
Reply · Report · THOMAS W on May 24, 2017
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I'm trying to decide between the Intelia and Intelia Delux that you have available as refurbish models ( I love recycling and great deals!) for the price difference is it mainly features or is the construction and componenets of the Delux that much better. Both retail new for around $799-899.
Thoughts? Same Saeco maintenance routine for both?
A shopper on Mar 7, 2017
Best Answer: Maintenance is the same for both machines! They honestly will function near identically, the main differences are:

The Intelia Deluxe has more grinder and dose settings to choose from, so you can adjust flavor more finely than on the original.

The LED is superficially nicer, with white LEDs instead of green ones.

Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Joshua SStaff on Mar 8, 2017
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Please check Height, Width, Depth. Is it really 17.3" tall?
A shopper on Jan 28, 2015
Best Answer: I've measured ours again, and these are the dimensions. I think you might have been misreading the height, as our site lists that it's just over 13" tall.
Height: 13.5"
Depth: 17.375"
Width: 10.125"
Also, please keep in mind that the depth does not include the power cord that will stick out of the back. This is approximately 1", so you won't be able to squeeze it flush against the back wall. Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Stephanie AStaff on Jan 28, 2015
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Does the focus have the rubber seal to keep the coffee beans fresh?
Erica S on Feb 21, 2017
Best Answer: Yes, it does have a small rubber seal on it. I don't know how effective that it really is, but honestly we have this particular machine at our lake condo (weekend place) and haven't experienced stale tasting beans, even though they do sit for some time...
Reply · Report · Robert J on Feb 27, 2017
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Can the amount of foam be adjusted for example if you want a latte and would like less foam?
A shopper on Feb 20, 2017
Best Answer: You can adjust for milk length, but not texture. You'll always get a cappuccino-like foam with the cappucinatore, while you can coax latte-style bubbles out of the panarello wand with a bit of work.
Reply · Report · Joshua SStaff on Feb 21, 2017
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Would this machine brew espresso with the drip tray pulled out? I understand the cup clearance is just over 4" which isn't very much for my travel tumbler, so I was thinking perhaps I'd just pull out the drip tray for more vertical space.
CincySnob on Nov 10, 2016
Best Answer: Nope, a sensor will prevent it. You can remove the drip grate however, should give you another 0.5'-inch or so.

Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Joshua SStaff on Dec 1, 2016
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does this machine provide hot water alone also?
veronica w on Nov 5, 2016
Best Answer: Yep! There is a dedicated hot water button that dispenses through the steam wand.

Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Joshua SStaff on Nov 7, 2016
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Do the superautomatic machines make just "coffee"?
Jane W on Oct 31, 2016
Best Answer: Nope! The Intelia Deluxe has no drip coffee or pulse brew feature. The closest you'll be able to make is an Americano (you'll add hot water to a shot of espresso) or a lungo (you pull extra water through the puck of coffee).

Hope this helps!
Reply · Report · Joshua SStaff on Nov 1, 2016
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This one has pre-infusion technology?
Vasile on May 9, 2016
Best Answer: If by "Pre-Infusion" you mean the machine pumps a little water into the coffee grounds and then waits for 3 seconds for the water to absorb, then YES, this machine does that.

I have had my refurbished-machine for 1.5 years. It works well, I just wish it would grind the coffee a bit finer, even though I have adjusted the grind to the smallest.... Otherwise, very reliable.
Reply · Report · David D on May 25, 2016
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Hello! Is the body real stainless steel or just stainless steel in color?
A shopper on Dec 28, 2015
Best Answer: The front panel is stainless steel. The sides are still plastic
Reply · Report · Michele BStaff on Jan 17, 2016
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Hello, does this machine have the functionality, such as the Incanto, to brew other coffee beverages. such as the espresso longo, a cafe creme or americano?
A D on Dec 27, 2015
Best Answer: Yes
Reply · Report · Michele BStaff on Jan 17, 2016
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What is the difference between the black and stainless models of Saeco Intelia Superautomatic?
Antonia G on Aug 7, 2015
Best Answer: The black model has a panarello and the stainless model has a cappuccinatore
Reply · Report · Michele BStaff on Aug 7, 2015
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Your video's are great! I have one question on the Intelia- Can I purchase a Panarello as an option for the Stainless Steel machine if I don't want to use the Cappuccinatore?
Doug N on Jul 25, 2015
Best Answer: The panarello for the Syntia seems to work on it. Watch this video here:

It can be purchased here:
Reply · Report · Michele BStaff on Aug 10, 2015
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How does a Saeco Intelia focus differ from a Saeco Intuita?
A shopper on Jun 27, 2015
Saeco Intelia Superautomatic Espresso Machine - Certified Refurbished
Saeco Intelia Superautomatic Espresso Machine - Certified Refurbished
Saeco Intuita HD8750/47 Superautomatic Espresso Machine
Saeco Intuita HD8750/47 Superautomatic Espresso Machine
Best Answer: The Intelia has a digital interface for more programming options
Reply · Report · Michele BStaff on Aug 10, 2015
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Does the espresso spout adjust up and down?
Steve on May 8, 2015
Best Answer: Yes
Reply · Report · Michele BStaff on May 26, 2015
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I'm trying to decide between the Intelia and Syntia Focus models, both refurbished. Can you tell me from a reliabilty standpoint if either is better than the other? Thank you!
Steve S on Mar 28, 2015
Saeco Intelia Superautomatic Espresso Machine - Certified Refurbished
Saeco Intelia Superautomatic Espresso Machine - Certified Refurbished
Saeco Syntia Focus Superautomatic Espresso Machine
Saeco Syntia Focus Superautomatic Espresso Machine
Best Answer: Honestly, this is comparing apples to apples. They are equal in reliability.
Reply · Report · Michele BStaff on Mar 28, 2015
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hi - just ordered the intelia but wonder what i will need to clean it - do i need to buy a water filter or can i use filtered water? Does it come with a water filter? Thanks! Always enjoy your website and Gail & Kat !
nancy d on Mar 3, 2015
Best Answer: You don't have to use a filter in your water tank, but we do recommend using softened water. Essentially, you will just want to make sure that it's being filtered, and you can test how hard the water is, then set your machine accordingly, so that it reminds you to do descaling at appropriate intervals. If you do choose to add a water filter into your tank, then you will just reduce how often you need to descale, but even if you are using very soft water, you will still need to descale the machine, typically every 3 months for very soft water.

A refurbished machine will not come with a water filter, so if you would like to use one, you will just need to purchase the Intenza filter as an accessory. Thanks for the comments, they do a great job with those videos!
Reply · Report · Miranda GStaff on Mar 10, 2015
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What is the warranty on this refurbished machine - also will buying the additional warranty options ADD to the refurbish warranty? Also - do you plant to get the Inctanto Deluxe back in?
nancy d on Feb 2, 2015
Saeco Intelia Superautomatic Espresso Machine - Certified Refurbished
Saeco Intelia Superautomatic Espresso Machine - Certified Refurbished
Saeco Incanto Deluxe Espresso Machine
Saeco Incanto Deluxe Espresso Machine
Best Answer: The warranty and extended warranty policy is provided here: Essentially, the warranty, be it the one 6 months that comes with a refurbished machine or the extended warranty, covers if a component should fail internally to the machine. It does not cover normal wear and tear items like o-rings and gaskets, and does not cover external parts such as a panarello, water tank, or drip tray, etc. It also does not cover issues that arise from misuse of the machine such as using a dark roast/oily bean in the grinder that clogs the machine, or scale clogs from not descaling. The process for a warranty repair includes the parts and labor to repair the component failure, and return shipping back to you within the continental U.S., but does not include initial shipping charges or packaging to get the machine to us.

If you choose to add on the extended warranty, it is additive, meaning that if you purchase a 1 year extended warranty, the total warranty is for 1.5 years, and if you purchase the 2 year warranty, the total warranty length is 2.5 years from the purchase date.

Since the Incanto Deluxe has been discontinued, it will be less and less frequent that we will have them available. Since it has the same features as a couple other machines, depending on what you need, it may be easier to find a current model that will work for you, since these will be more available, and if they aren't in stock they will be sooner than discontinued models.
Reply · Report · Stephanie AStaff on Feb 8, 2015
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I have three questions? Is this machine durable? How often do you have these machines returned to correct problems? Is the body metal or plastic?
Ray H on Dec 17, 2014
Best Answer: These machines are very reliable. With proper maintenance, we really don't see them need much repair. Maintenance will include descaling every 2-3 months, using a medium roast and not oily beans, keeping the steam wand clean, and cleaning the brew unit once per week. Other than that, we generally expect about 6 or so years from a superautomatic like this. The main body will be plastic. The black color includes plastic on the front and top too, whereas the stainless steel color will be stainless steel on the front and top, but plastic on the sides.
Reply · Report · Stephanie AStaff on Jan 1, 2015
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Can I add regular ground coffee to the by-pass doser or it needs to be just beans?
MrFJC on Nov 17, 2014
Best Answer: The coffee hopper of the Saeco Intelia is for whole beans only, while the bypass doser is for one scoop of preground coffee only. Never put ground coffee in the bean hopper, and never put whole beans in your bypass doser, as this incorrect usage can damage your machine.
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Nov 18, 2014
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Does this machine have SBS? Thank you.
A shopper on Sep 11, 2014
Best Answer: No, the Saeco Intelia does not have the Saeco Brewing System adjustment. The SBS is actually not included with many of their newer machines, however the unit still provides great results even without this feature!
Reply · Report · Teri KStaff on Sep 11, 2014
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What a great deal!Review by Cheribe
We waffled around trying to replace an espresso machine, have had 6-7 of them over the years and are well aware at this point how long one is likely to last if its fully automatic and what a counter top messiness can happen if it isn't fully automatic.... we finally read a great review on the crema quality of this machine, found it here 'refurbished' for this phenomenal price and just went for it. The machine arrived looking brand new and immaculate, with no real manual and no accessories. We were so pleased at it's condition and the manual isn't an issue because we've had so many machines now that it was simple to figure out (besides there's always youtubes etc if you get 'stuck' on something). With slight adjustments we immediately were into a decent crema (for an automatic machine it was VERY decent crema imo), the frother lacked heat, I emailed SCG and they suggested removing the plastic part of the wand which totally solved the problem. When I ordered the machine I thought it came with the cappucitore sp?, and it doesn't, so that was a BIT of a disappointment, but having never had that accessory and always had concerns about keeping a machine clean that DID have one, it was not a big deal. The machine is totally PERFECT for the price!! (Posted on 12/7/2017)
Super Value and High Quality Thru & ThruReview by Home Roaster Multi-Brewer
Bottom Line: This is a really fantastic machine with better than expected shot quality. The simple layout and well-engineered brew group make for a very user-friend, reliable unit that pulls a surprisingly high quality espresso shot. Some background info: I'm a home roaster and I prepare coffee using a variety of methods from Turkish and French Press to Hario v60 pourover. More importantly for this review, I've had a Breville Automatic and got good at finding the proper grind, tamping, and using a non-pressurized portafilter. Therefore, I was a bit skeptical that a superautomatic would match my ability to pull a super tasty shot. I was very pleasantly surprised ... This machine really does a great job of consistently providing proper temperature, great quality flavorful shots! I'm so glad I got the Intelia as a refurbished unit from SCG - I'm very confident it will work as good as can be after SCG's thorough inspection and tune-up/maintenance work before resale. Thanks, SCG, for offering such a wonderful product at such a great value! (Posted on 2/11/2017)
Has only one flawReview by Ron
This is my 3rd super automatic machine in the last 15 years, different models, all Seaco. It is by far the best yet. The one flaw is that little jiggly thing in the video, absolutely doesn't work. Take it out and it is a flawless machine even with oily beans. Although the little jiggly thing is a safety feature as well you would have to be a real idiot to get your finger in the grinder without it installed. (Posted on 1/1/2017)
This is bliss...Review by Jena4
I've had my Saeco Intelia refurbished machine about 6 months. This is bliss!! I've perfected lattes and found it to be an easy and reliable machine. I printed the manual to learn how to use the machine. I also ended up buying a water filter. I am satisfied. (Posted on 6/1/2016)
Excellent first superautomaticReview by BitterBarry
I bought this refurb about six weeks ago based in part on the other reviews here, so thank you. Couldn't be happier, the machine was in excellent condition and all was seamless with the SCG transaction, would buy from them again anytime. This is my first superautomatic espesso machine, I've been through literally countless coffee machines, french presses, and, forgive me, several pod machines from Nespresso and Keurig. I have long wanted a machine for quick, easy espressos and Americano's the latter being my drink of choice. I don't use milk so I can't speak to the effectiveness of frothing, but it couldn't be easier to get a quick single or double shot espresso. I like the larger serving portion as well, almost a full cup of coffee, and the custom settings for strength and water dose are very helpful. Of course the beans you use make all the difference, and I'm still experimenting to find my favorite, but the LaVazza Gran and Middle Fork Roasters full-city espresso blend have been really good so far. Easily my favorite bean is Cafe Campesino's Easygoing espresso blend, but beware it's a little oily and as everyone notes, a few spins through the grinder and you've got a clogged machine on your hands. At the refurb price with a SCG warranty, this machine is a no-brainer. Convenient, reliable and most of all, it really makes a good cup. Looking forward to many years with this machine. (Posted on 10/15/2015)
2nd ReviewReview by Joseph
I just talked to my Focus today, I happened to be enjoying a perfect latte and walked by the Focus and said "Damn, you make a good cup!"
I thought, I have to share this.
My machine is doing fine and I would get this machine again.
Thanks, SCG (Posted on 6/3/2015)
Solid machine at a good priceReview by Steve
We purchased our Intelia SS about 2 months ago and we are very pleased so far. Makes a great espresso and tasty cappuccinos but the foam could be better. Easy to use and easy to clean, this unit also seems fairly well built. There are some flimsy plastics here and there but the insides seem sturdy and built to last. Seattle Coffee Gear seems to have done a thorough job refurbishing this unit. Everything came packaged well and the machine was in like new condition. I would have no issues buying refurbished from them again. (Posted on 5/30/2015)
terrificReview by spectator
Purchased a refurbished Saeco Itelia, was sent the wrong machine - Seattle Coffee paid for return and sent the correct machine. It produces the best coffee I have ever had. As others have said remove the guard over the grinder to make coffee without any problems. I should add this is the third automatic espresso machine I have had. The first a Saeco lasted 9 years, the second a Krups lasted about 1.5 years or just after the warranty expired and it was repaired during the warranty. The Intelia is now almost a month old and we love it. (Posted on 12/27/2014)
How does it get better !Review by Joseph
I got the focus and at first I was a little disappointed because I couldn't adjust the temp., but once I brewed my second cup of esperesso I knew that this thing was doing everything perfect. I would have probably messed up a perfect cup. That's what this machine does...makes you a perfect cup. (Posted on 12/16/2014)
terrificReview by chicagocoffee
This is my third espresso machine; the first was a saeco vienna which made good coffee - not great and lasted more than eight years. Machine # 2 Krups - made better coffee but 2 repairs and out of warranty killed it. The Intelia makes the best coffee I have ever had - I have no idea about durability as I have only had it 2 weeks but the coffee is fantastic and it is very easy to use. The instructions seem complicated but they are simple and in the past if you cleaned and cared for a saeco it was very durable. We will see! (Posted on 12/16/2014)
What a deal!Review by Walter
Well I wanted to submitt a review on my Intelia Focus, but before I got to it, something happened. While cleaning the brew unit I dropped it, and it broke. CHECK THIS OUT: I called SCG and talked with Haley about getting another part, she sent me one for No Cost because I was within my first 30 days! So COOL!!
And this is being written while enjoying a nice afternoon cup (had to try the shot, too) from my new brew unit. SUPERB!
My wife tried to get a Keureg out of me, but I talked her into the Intelia Focus refurb instead. Great Shots, great Coffee, very good foam, and so easy and dependable. I actually don't drink as much coffee vs drip because the results are so satisfying.
Thank you SCG and Haley for helping me fix my baby. Great value for the money. Best customer service experience I can recall in quite sometime.
Love it!!!:-) (Posted on 11/14/2014)
Great alternative to NewReview by Allen
The unit is great. After adjusting the grind and water the unit pulls pretty consistent espresso. With strength set at 2 beans and grind fairly fine it pulls at about 20secs per oz of water and create a full body shot. Love it! However the "crapachinotore" might sound like a good idea...Don't expect any microfoam. It also doesnt come with the standard panarrelo the cheaper focus has. With that in mind we would have gotten the black model for the manual wand had we known. Side note: taking off the cappuccinotore works but takes a lot of finesse to get decent foam (Posted on 2/10/2014)

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Saeco Espresso Perfetto

The independent coffee tasting organization Italian Tasters has certified Saeco's Xelsis, Exprelia and Intelia superautomatics  as producing Espresso and Cappuccino Perfetto. Learn More.

Warranty Information for the Saeco Intelia - Certified Refurbished

What it Covers: SCG's Certified Refurbished Equipment. Including Saeco, Delonghi, Rocket, Rancilio, Francis Francis Refurbished Equipment

Length: 6 months

Who Supports the Warranty: Seattle Coffee Gear, read more about Seattle Coffee Gear's Warranty coverage.

Warranty Contact Information: 866-372-4734 or email us at

Eligible for SCG Extended Warranty? Yes

Can SCG Repair? Yes, read more about our repair services

Caring for the Saeco Intelia - Certified Refurbished

  • 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.

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