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|Manufacturer Color:||Silver||Model:||the Infuser|
|Material:||Stainless Steel||Number of Cups:||4|
|Supply Type:||Filters, Pumps||Pressure:||15 bar|
|Type:||Semi-Automatic||Features:||Cup Warming Surface, Hot Water Tap, Removable Drip Tray, Removable Water Tank, Steam Wand, Water Tank|
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Easy to use
Easy to clean
New and Improved Model
We owned a Breville prior to purchasing this one. The quality of the brand is why we returned. We used our first Breville for nearly 20 years. The water reservoir on the newer model appears to be smaller compared to the older product. We can use a finer coffee grind in the newer model compared to the older model. The newer model includes a replaceable charcoal water filter (good for 2 months) which does make the coffee taste better. The newer model also has a warming tray on the top to heat coffee cups but you can achieve the same or better effect by running the cup under hot water for a few minutes before adding the coffee.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: robinhood1964
It's a single-boiler system, so you can't steam milk and make espresso simultaneously. But that's a small price to pay for a machine that incorporates the pre-infusion concept to negate channeling and, in my opinion, makes coffee as good as that of consumer-grade tank machines that cost double the retail price. If you can catch a deal, all the better. One has to acquire a knack for making good espresso. Use high-quality coffee. If you grind your own beans, experiment with the "fine" section on your grinder. Get a feel for tamping pressure. Experiment with frothing. Watch a few videos. Once you "get it," you'll be pleased with the coffee the Infuser produces. My tastebuds are ordinary, but my wife is a super taster, and she says the straight shots of espresso, as well as the milk variations––cappuccino, etc––coming from the Infuser are the equal of coffees we get in caffés in Italy. That's high praise from a 400-500-dollar machine. It's also a handsome machine. Looks good in the kitchen. We have the all-stainless model.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: teesstock
lightweight and powerful
Compact and powerful machine. Easy to brew out espresso or regular coffee(could be program to brew more coffee in one press). Not easy to use the single mesh strainers(coffee brew out too fast without enough pressure), but could use the double mesh strainers to solve the problem. Steamer works not as fast as commercial machine, but it makes a lot of smooth foam. Once I turn on the steamer valve, the steam won't stop, not like some other cheap machines, steam only spray for a minute or less.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: new | Sold by: quickndone
10/10 coffee taste....happy with our choice...As long as you clean and riinse the machine as instructed...Not difficult at all.
The Two cup (dual wall) coffee dispenser that came with this machine, does not work! It does not reach the pressure range.....So I have had to order another 2 cup wall.