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Breville 800ESXL 15-Bar Triple-Priming Die-Cast Espresso Machine

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  • Espresso machine with ThermoBlock heating system and 15-bar Triple Prime pump
  • Durable stainless-steel housing; selector dial for espresso, steam, or hot water
  • 4-1/2-inch cup clearance; swivel steam wand with frother; 75-ounce removable water tank
  • Filters, tamping tool, cleaning tool, and stainless-steel frothing pitcher included
  • Measures 12 by 10 by 12-1/2 inches; 1-year warranty
  • 15 Bar Italian Pump
  • 75 Fl.oz (2.2L) removable front-fill water tank
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 16 x 13 inches ; 26 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 21 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
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  • ASIN: B00092ZVXA
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  • Item model number: 800ESXL
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (215 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,212 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Breville 800ESXL Die Cast Designed Espresso Machine is incredibly beautiful, as well, as functional! It has a thermo block heating system, 15 bar Italian made pump, dual wall crema system, a pre-brew function and an auto-purge function (anti burn) just to name a few. This espresso machine will look gorgeous on your countertop in your kitchen. It's a functional show piece.


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Customer Reviews

And it makes great espresso.
Laurel Monsanto
You can spend a lot more money buying a gadget with numerous features that look impressive - but it won't make coffee any better than this one.
Michael
During the past few months I didn't use the machine.
Thomas H. Repasky

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303 of 309 people found the following review helpful By Edward Fiscella on January 22, 2008
The Breville 800 ESXL is turning out to be one of the best buys I have ever madeBreville 800ESXL Commercial 15-Bar Triple-Priming Die-Cast Espresso Machine.

I had a Gaggia that produced great espresso when I first got it, but recently, it stopped creating any crema whatsoever. Water leaked from the steamer wand and the expresso head. It was time for a replacement.

I studied and studied and studied all the expresso makers and I knew I did not want to spend over $500 for a good pot. My goal was to find a great pot for under that amount. I read every review there is on the internet concerning the Breville 800 ESXL. People love it or hate it but if you read carefully, you may find as I did, that many of those who hate it, did not follow the directions as prescribed by Breville. They treated it like their old pot, however, the Breville 800 is a wonderful pot if used according to the instructions put out by Breville. And dare I say, that some of the others who did not like the pot sounded like coffee snobs who want perfection and had no right buying this machine and judging by standards that only a much more expensive machine could match.

If you want a truly outstanding expresso or cappuccino, the Breville 800 will do it for you, as long as you live up to your part of the bargain. The first thing you need are really good beans and fresh filtered water. Next is to really learn how to make expresso. You need to find the right grind and then stick with it. I have a Capresso Burr Grinder that works great for only $85.
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123 of 123 people found the following review helpful By R. Costa on August 27, 2009
Reviewing Breville 800ESXL Espresso Maker

Points to make

(1) UNPLUG the machine every time, like it says in the manual! Why?
The first day I had the machine I assumed that once you turn the machine off in the front panel, it is really off.
Not so, apparently.
One lonely evening, while making love to my machine (just kidding eh!), anyway, quite near the turned off machine in a quiet evening, I could hear a very low humming sound coming from it.
Power unit or whatever, I realized the machine was not really off, and from then on I decided to follow the recommendation in the manual -- which I presumed initially was only for home-safety reasons.
Obviously is not sucking the 1500 watts, but there's still something going on inside, and it's not a caffeinated gerbil!

(2) Vibration and Noise
IMO, it's not noisier than other espresso makers, and it sure is a dead loser against my blender, which my neighbors are probably acquainted with.

As for vibration, I did the same as I did with my Breville coffee grinder: I placed the machine firmly on a towel folded to the appropriate thickness. That not only dampens the vibration but will soak up any water spilled in an accident.

The tank might vibrate off its place and onto the drip area? Yes, it might.
The first time it happened, it was almost funny to watch.
Because I saw many other good points in the machine and this was a minor mechanical problem asking for a mechanical solution I did the obvious: I used the original tape that came with the packaging to hold the tank in place. Using on one side is enough. I use a tank of water every two days, so no big deal.
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336 of 353 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan Birge TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on October 19, 2005
From a interface and asthetic point of view, the machine is flawless. It's beautiful and solid, and has many nice touches like an integral storage bin and swiveling steam wand. Having said that, it's missing a few things on the INSIDE that you'd expect from a $400 machine:

For one, it uses a thermoblock. This results in a pressure drop and uneven heating compared to a boiler, which is why there is the need for the double-wall crema system. (I'm referring here to pump machines with boilers, not the cheap steam machines.) This is why you'll find that after brewing you have a soupy sludge instead of the hard dry puck considered an indicator of proper espresso brewing. Update: as pointed out by somebody else, this may be more a function of the lack of three-way valve than indicative of poor pressure or heating. I didn't realize this didn't have a three-way valve, but that's just one more reason to avoid this. Regardless, the weakness of the thermoblock is apparent in the difference in quality between a single shot and a double shot. The latter is harsh and bitter, which I assume is because the last part of the shot isn't properly extracted due to a drop in temperature.

Second, the filters and group head aren't made of brass like you'll see in machines of similar price. Brass has a high thermal conductivity and mass, which helps keep the water hot on the way to the grounds, at least when the machine is properly preheated.

Personally, I'm not sure I have a sophisticated enough palette to discern a difference between espresso from this and a machine with better parts. But given that you're considering spending $400 on an espresso machine, I assume you might be a purist and somebody who cares about getting the best for your money.
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