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Bialetti 7009 Easy Cafe Espresso Maker, 6-Cup

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  • Makes 6 Espresso Cups = 10 fl. Oz
  • Polished aluminum body
  • Electric base for plug-in brewing anywhere
  • On/Off light with automatic shut off
  • Made in Italy

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Bialetti 7009 Easy Cafe Espresso Maker, 6-Cup + Bialetti Replacement Gaskets and Filter For 6 Cup Stovetop Espresso Coffee Makers + illy Medium Roast Ground Moka Coffee for Stovetop Coffeemakers, 8.8 ounce can
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 22.4 x 17 x 10.4 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000TDDVL8
  • California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 warning.
  • Item model number: 07009
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (62 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #95,057 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Tradition meets modern technology and convenience with the Bialetti 6-Cup Easy Cafe. No other stovetop espresso maker combines reliability and quality with mobility and convenience like the Easy Cafe. Equipped with a built-in heating system with a convenient black electric base that makes it ideal for plug-in brewing anywhere. Makes espresso in 5-6 minutes and automatically switches off after brewing. Coffee is kept warm for up to 20 minutes. Enjoying a delicious cup of coffee or espresso is now a breeze. Simply put water into the lower chamber, ground coffee in the funnel and place the Bialetti Easy Cafe on its electric base. To use; fill the lower chamber with cold water just below the valve. Insert the funnel and fill it with ground espresso (do not tamp). Remove any coffee grounds on the edge of the funnel. Tightly screw the top of the pot on to the water chamber. Avoid using the handle for leverage. Plug the hot plate in. Place pot on hot plate and press the On button for a few seconds, until the light comes on. When you hear a beep, the coffee is done. Coffee will be kept warm for up to 20 minutes. Never use other contents besides coffee like teas, cacao powder, instant coffee or fine ground coffee as it will clog the filter plate. Note that the max boiler capacity is slightly more than the final output since there is always a little water left in the boiler after brewing. Do not use abrasive or aggressive chemical products for cleaning. Doing so can cause damage to exterior and interior of cookware. For best results, hand wash with non-abrasive cleansers and liquid dishwashing soap. Pot is not dishwasher safe. Bialetti is the world's most recognized and beloved Italian coffee company. Bialetti coffee makers have become iconic and has allowed millions of consumers to enjoy great Italian coffee that once was only available in cafes and restaurants. Bialetti's passion remains in making superb coffee simple. Made in Italy.


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Customer Reviews

At least the warranty is for 24 months.
Uosis Juodvalkis
I still use my stovetop moka pots at home because I have the leisure time to watch & listen for the brewing to finish.
Lynmaire
It's simple and fast and very easy to clean up.
Lorien

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By One-of-a-Kind on September 29, 2007
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If you like expresso or lattes and you are looking for convenience and portability, here's your answer. Simply unscrew the top from the bottom. Fill the bottom to the line with water. Place the metal filter in the bottom and fill with your favorite ground coffee. Now, screw the top half of the pot back on - place the pot on the electric heating plate and wait 5-6 minutes to pour excellent coffee. I like to warm lowfat milk in the microwave while I wait. The coffee beeps when it's ready, and you simply pour. Sweeten to taste. A full pot makes one venti-sized latte or six espresso sized portions. Barristas unite!
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36 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Lynmaire on July 12, 2008
I owned the first model of Bialetti electric moka pot, which didn't have a separate base. It was used daily with no problem, then just stopped working. It was still under warranty so the company replaced it with this model as soon as it was available; it was distributed in Italy before the USA. Their customer service staff were wonderful to work with.

The difference in the new electric moka model is that the base, which houses the electric switch, is now separate. I've been using this model daily for almost a year now, with absolutely no problems.

Stovetop models make a better "espresso type" coffee, producing some crema on top. I still use my stovetop moka pots at home because I have the leisure time to watch & listen for the brewing to finish.

The electric pot is kept at work, where I can enjoy wonderful coffee brewing right in my office, instead of the tasteless coffee brewed in the breakroom. Not having to worry about the coffee burning, if I have to step out while it's brewing, is a big advantage. The light turns green and the pot beeps distinctly for about 1 minute when the brewing is finished, then it shuts itself off. It brews coffee faster than my stovetop moka pots at home. Supposedly it will keep the coffee warm for about 20 minutes, but I pour mine immediately, so I've never tested that feature! It brews about 10oz. of strong, espresso-type coffee (with a small amount of crema), to which I add 6 oz. of milk heated in the microwave. Illy is the brand of coffee I use; they've just come out with a new product especially for moka coffee, ground a bit coarser.

I've no complaints about Bialetti's product! This wonderful electric moka pot has saved me the money that I used to squander daily at Starbucks.
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24 of 24 people found the following review helpful By rctnyc VINE VOICE on September 18, 2008
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I'm an Italian-American. My grandparents were born in Italy, and my mother brewed espresso in a very large stainless steel pot that I have inherited and use when I have company. I find fancy cappuccino and espresso makers a bit ridiculous. I've tried numerous smaller espresso pots, and been disappointed with all of them. Either they were difficult to dismantle and clean, or the coffee was bitter, or the manufacturer had tried to combine a stove-top espresso pot with a latte/cappuccino maker and failed: after emitting alot of steam, the pot produced muddy, undrinkable coffee.

This pot works. I bought the electric version because the burners on my stove are too large for a smaller pot. (Beware -- if you balance a small pot on a large burner, the handle will weaken and break off -- this happened to me and it was not pretty.) The coffee is delicious and the pot is easy to clean -- just dump out the grinds and rinse. In fact, this pot is just like my Mom's, albeit electrical. Although it's advertised for six cups of espresso, it's great for brewing the one, large cup that I prefer after dinner. In fact, if I didn't have my mother's ancient large espresso pot, I'd definitely buy an even larger version for company.

A word of advice: wash out the grinds and clean the pot right away, so that your pot does not deteriorate and your coffee become "bitter." Vinegar wash will not fix a pot whose finish has deteriorated; the only way to prevent such damage is to clean the pot immediately after each use.
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28 of 31 people found the following review helpful By the Peripatetic Gardener on March 7, 2008
The coffee is great - fuller and richer than with our Mr. Coffee. We loved our little pot - and after three weeks, the power base just stopped working. The return to Target will be simple - just drop it by the store - but I hesitate to buy another.

For those who dare: be sure to keep your coffeemaker very dry [it's best to store it disassembled], be careful never to add water above the escape valve [or it can blow], screw it together tightly and hold the coffeemaker not the handle when you twist. And for us, this made one large mug.

I'm giving it a 3 since it broke so soon [and believe me, I pampered the little pot]. The coffee tastes great!
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By northkona on November 24, 2008
The unit makes very tasty coffee, but note that it produces about 1.5 American cups, not 6. When they say 6, they mean 6 small espresso cup servings. I liked to brew up the pot and pour it into a large mug, which was perfect. The bad news is the electric base was fussy, and sometimes the on/off button wouldnt click on; the base chirped the way it does if you forget to put water in. After a few episodes of not being able to turn the base on, it eventually quit working entirely. Well, that was pretty disappointing because the unit is expensive. Today the owner of a chef's supply in my town suggested I contact Bialetti, which I did tonight. I think I've had the unit for about a year, so it may not be under warranty. I dont feel the base is built to last, so consider that when you contemplate buying this model. It might be better to go for the stove-top version, although with that one you need to stay by the stove to avoid ruining the brew and burning the handle off the pot. Phooey, I wish this thing were better engineered. I really liked it, but it isnt long-lasting.
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