Breville - Espresso Machine - Stainless Steel
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Durable, professional-grade die-cast stainless-steel body withstands daily use
Triple Prime pump delivers 15 bars of pressure to lock in espresso's natural richness and full flavor
Dual-wall crema technology uses one 333-pore filter and a single exit hole to produce back pressure for improved espresso brewing
75-ounce reservoir capacity; self-retracting water tank tube
Thermoblock heating system maintains water temperature at 204° during brewing and 250° during steaming for enhanced flavor extraction; Auto-Purge function releases steam to maintain the proper temperature and avoid burning and flavor loss
Stainless-steel steam wand with froth enhancer lets you easily foam milk and cream for cappuccino and latté and dispenses hot water on demand; swivel ball mounted for easy maneuverability
Warming tray helps keep your mug warm until you're ready to enjoy your espresso
4-1/2" dispenser clearance easily accommodates large cups and travel mugs
Includes tamping tool/measuring spoon, stainless-steel frothing pitcher and cleaning tool
- Espresso TypePods
- Product NameEspresso Machine
- Model Number800ESXL
- ColorStainless Steel
- Color CategoryGray
- Product Width10.5 inches
- Product Weight24.5 pounds
- Product Length10 inches
- Product Height12.25 inches
- Pod TypeNespresso Original Capsules
- Espresso TypePods
- Steam NozzleYes
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts1 year limited
- Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor1 year limited
Rating 3.8 out of 5 stars with 4 reviews(4 customer reviews)
to a friend
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
Breville Espresso Machine- Nice!Posted .
This is my second Breville Espresso Machine. I had a Breville Cafe Roma, less expensive model as my first. The price (it's about as cheap as you can get and still have a pump instead of steam pressure) and the aesthetics. The bad news is that try as I might, I can't get decent foam out of this machine. I can get enough for a latte, but not really for a cappuccino. I drink mostly straight espresso or americanos so that isn't too much of an issue for me but for people that like cappucinos this may be frustrating. The filter basket is also difficult to deal with which makes it hard to make a lot of shots at once without a lot of fiddling with really hot pieces in between each batch. Overall, if you want a machine primarily for espresso and don't want to break the bank this might be for you.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
Why did I ever buy my espresso out?Posted .
I have had this machine for nearly a year. The only time I had a bad cup is when I did not have good beans. I recommend an espresso roast that you have tasted before. Regular store brands are not the way to go here. In Chicago I have a great coffee store that keeps me supplied. Compared to $1,500 machines this does everything they do and much more stylishly. The solid steel casing doesn't scratch and break like the plastic ones on those more expensive machines. As for the coffee itself - with a good grind and the right beans you get one heck of a great espresso. In time I have mastered texturing the milk for a great cappuccino, latte or my favorite - mocha. Practice is all it takes, I also recommend removing the frothing attachement. It is a bit noisey, but quieter than those more expensive beasts. There is no such thing as a quiet espresso maker, just less noisey. Home espresso makers are not for everyone, it is a very manual process! But the joy of that FRESH cup that you did not have to leave your house for, or stop for on the way in to work is something you can't beat. You'll wonder why you ever sipped a cup from any of those chain joints.I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 5 out of 5 stars
My morning coffee will never be the same! This thing is so cool i dont know how anyone can do without oe if you love coffee. It s super user friendly to make great espresso ANYTIME! great price too and will save you money over making coffee runs!I would recommend this to a friend
Rated 1 out of 5 stars
WORST $400 I HAVE EVER SPENTPosted .
Honestly, I have never in my life written a review for anything. Yes, I've bought bad products before...but honestly, NOTHING has EVER been so bad that I would take the time to write a review! This machine is AWFUL. The craftsmanship is a JOKE...I can't for the life of me get one single shot of espresso from it. (1) The water tray has to be filled to the ABSOLUTE MAXIMUM (I mean really, not ONE DROP below the max line) in order to have even a chance of this thing working; (2) this irritating little water tray thing is only compounded by the fact that the water tray NEVER stays in place - it just leaks everywhere - so it is impossible to actually keep it at the max line;; (3) the "warming tray" is a joke - I really do think they ended up thinking - wow, we have a flat top, might as well say its a heating tray; (4) water NEVER heats up - NEVER; (5) thing is SOOOOO loud - I wake up the whole neighborhood trying to make my morning espresso - which, ironically enough, doesn't even happen in the end; (6) if, and I REALLY mean IF, you are fortunate enough to actually get any coffee to come out of this thing - it will take about 7 minutes and will be horrible; and (7) god forbid you EVER use a grind that is too fine because then your machine is broke forever. Ok, I could go on and on and on - just trust me on this one - DO NOT BUY THIS MACHINE!!!!! DO NOT BUY THIS MACHINE!!!!! DO NOT BUY THIS MACHINE!!!!! DO NOT BUY THIS MACHINE!!!!! DO NOT BUY THIS MACHINE!!!!! DO NOT BUY THIS MACHINE!!!!! DO NOT BUY THIS MACHINE!!!!! DO NOT BUY THIS MACHINE!!!!!No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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