DeLonghi 15-Bar Pump Espresso and Cappuccino Maker – Black/Silver

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  • Use convenient pods or ground coffee with the patented dual function filter holder. It makes espresso preparation simple and fast
  • Easily prepares latte and cappuccino with the swivel jet frother, for perfect drinks every time. Rated voltage/Frequency (V~Hz) 120~60
  • Eliminate annoying start up preparation with the self priming operation. On/off switch
  • Always brew espresso at the perfect temperature with two separate thermostats, which allow for water and steam pressure to be controlled separately
  • Enjoy delicious espresso for years to come with the durable, high quality stainless steel boiler and 15 bar pump pressure. Note: Refer user manual before use. Maximum Cup Height (in): 66
  • The unit has a steam dial to keep close when consumer does not want to use the frother. If dial is not fully open water will come out from the coffee spout and from the frother. Every cup to your liking 15 bar professional pressure assures quality results every time, and adjustable controls allow you to make modifications for your personal taste preferences



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Enjoy delicious espresso made your way with the DeLonghi pump espresso and cappuccino maker.
You can choose to brew ground espresso or E.S.E pods with the unique patented dual filter holder.
The choice is yours, making your espresso truly made to order.
You can enjoy espresso or cappuccino at the perfect temperature with two separate thermostats.
If you prefer cappuccino you’ll enjoy using the easy-to-use swivel jet frother, which makes perfect drinks every time.
Other highlights include self-priming operation to eliminate pesky start-up preparation, removable water tank and drip tray and a durable, high-quality stainless steel boiler to ensure many years of delicious espresso.

Specification: DeLonghi 15-Bar Pump Espresso and Cappuccino Maker – Black/Silver

Weight10 lbs
Dimensions12 × 19 × 15 in






3 reviews for DeLonghi 15-Bar Pump Espresso and Cappuccino Maker – Black/Silver

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  1. Rollogic

    I used a De’Longhi combination espresso maker/coffee pot for 6 years. I had zero issues with it in all that time. No leaks. No breakdowns. Made a good pot of coffee and espresso shots. Always worked great. Would instantly recommend that model again. I only got rid of it because I was moving. So I decided to get another De’Longhi coffee machine. I decided to go with this model based on price, it had mostly good reviews, and because I mainly used the espresso side of my previous machine.I have not even had this maker for a month so these are my initial reactions. I have to be realistic with myself that it is difficult and will take some adjustment to go from a higher-end model to a low-end average setup (for De’Longhi).Pros: Makes a great tasting espresso shot. Getting a new machine showed me just how dirty my old model must have been. The coffee in this is so much smoother, clearer, less foamy, and no bitterness (I never thought to run a cleaner/de-scaler through the previous maker in all that time).It comes with two different portafilter basket sizes: a shallow size for single shot and deeper size for double shot and a convenient cup holder under the lid for the one not in use.The portafilter has a conveniently built in basket holder for when you need to clean it out and hold it upside down.There’s a cup warmer built into the maker, but not really a selling point for me. However, it’s there for those who think that’s cool.Built in frother and does a decent job.Built in tamper if you don’t have one.Cons: My biggest complaint with this espresso maker is the unnecessarily short space to put a coffee cup. From the top of the drip pan to the bottom spout of the portafilter is only 2.5 inches. Granted I know it’s an espresso machine, which of course they must be thinking one would only use espresso cups, however, it seems that some extra plastic could have been molded into the length of the unit for added maneuverability. The clearance is barely tolerable for even an extra short coffee cup, which I had to find at a thrift store. If you remove the stainless steel top from the drip pan you gain little over an extra inch of space, but it is still tight and easy to spill when trying to remove the cup filled with coffee.There is quite a bit a vibration while it’s brewing, but not really a big deal. The little structure is accomodating pushing 15 BAR through a metal screen.The built in tamper is not really ideal. It’s a nice-to-have as a last resort if you had nothing else, but really not for serious use.The water reservoir is fairly small and needs to be refilled often (again this in contrast to my previous unit that was bigger, so not really a con per se, but just giving a heads up it’s small).One thing to keep in mind is that this is a manual machine, which was a selling point for me as I don’t always like bells and whistles. You have to do everything yourself except for actually pushing the espresso through the filter. There’s no timers, back-lit buttons, buzzers, alarms, clocks, presets, there’s nothing auto about this and the price reflects that so if that’s what you’re looking for, don’t get your hopes up . If you’re looking for a machine to make you a decent espresso shot, don’t have a lot of counter space, have some short coffee cups, and realistic expectations, then this espresso maker may be a good fit for you. I give it 3.5 to 4 stars.

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  2. EXPO21

    One sentence reviews I don’t even glance at. And considering there are over 5000, if I want to catch anyone’s attention at all, I better put some paragraphs together.I bought this machine in July, 2016. I had never made a cup ofespresso or , cappuccino in my life.I researched for over a month before I settled on this machine. Reasons to follow.The key approach was to lower my expectations.When just a middle range consumer machine like a Gaggia Classic or a Breville 870XLcosts between $400. to $600.That’s why I had to lower my expectations.The first 2 attempts I scored maybe a 5 out 10 points.Then I began to study. How do you make this thing work.This is what I learned. Take what you want and discard the rest.Beans for Cappuccino. LAVAZZA SUPER CREMAHIGH QUALITY 10 OZ METAL FROTHING CUP.BODEM BISTRO BURR GRINDER.SMALL IMMERSIBLE TEMPERATURE THERMOMETER ( I use it every time I”m frothing)Any decent “hand ” bean TAMPER. (don’t use the one attached)Small 3oz clear cup. (it will easily fit if you remove the drip trayYou don’t need the metal drip tray) the plastic tray beneath, lifts out. A simple sponge. That’s it.NOW I’M READY TO PRACTICE.AND IT TAKES PRACTICEOnce a day , every day,And absolutely follow the directions and timing to clean the machine.After buying ALL the accessories .Every single cup for the past 2 & 1/2 yearsscores between an 8 and 10 on anyone’s scaleI know this because periodically I demonstrate it for friends.It’s an art. Especially the frothing part. (Cappuccino Art)If you practice , . this machine will reward you with as good a cup of coffeeas the much more expensive machines.And on a personal note. I don’t have room for the Gaggia or the Breville.So I have to carry this machine out of my kitchen.This machine weighs 6 lbs. I carry it with my finger tips.The above machines weigh 20 & 23 lbs respectivelyThis review is a bit long.That’s why I say , “take what you want and discard the rest”

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  3. FlyBird

    Personally I am in love with this machine. I just bought my second and told my wife to use the older one we bought 3 yrs ago :))I don’t understand why ppl pay many hundreds and over a thousand for an espresso machine. Thing thing saves space, looks good enough on counter and packs a good level of punch.Every 30 days or so, unscrew the top (head) and clean that little filter that looks like a drain and clean the powder residue inside and around where the handle locks, but BEWARE:There are two pieces of hard plastic on the left and right, those are so that the handle locks in each time you make coffee. DO NOT pick on them thinking you’ll clean below them!With the heat, they lock down there which is good. If you pry them up, you will not succeed in putting them back on.Oh almost forgot, but lavazza créma or Cimo. Or higher coffee in price for a good espresso.

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