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DeLonghi BCO110 Caffe Figaro Espresso, Cappuccino, and Coffee Bar


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  • Dual-purpose machine brews 10 5-ounce cups regular coffee, 4 cups espresso
  • Separate water tanks coversimultaneous coffee and espresso brewing
  • Built-in frothing system with milk tank for making cappuccino and caffe latte
  • Programmable 24-hour clock/timer for "wake-up" coffee; brew-pause feature
  • Measures 16 by 13-1/2 by 9 inches; 1-year warranty
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Product Details

Product Manual [609kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 17.9 x 11.9 x 15 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 15 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • ASIN: B000063CBU
  • Item model number: BCO110
  • Average Customer Review: 2.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (36 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #127,704 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Product Description

Can brew coffee and espresso simultaneously Swiveling Jet Frother Coffee unit includes drip interrupt feature, warming plate and 5-10 cup function Steam pressurized system includes pressure safety valve to ensure safe operation Lighted on and ready lights The Vario System and AccuFlavor dial allow you to prepare espresso and coffee just the way you like it Adjustable steam emission Exclusive Easy Froth Dispenser with removable anti-splatter hood Permanent Gold Tone filter and removable water tank Electronic digital programmable timer Exclusive Water Filtration System for the best tasting coffee Decalcification System

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Both a regular coffeemaker and espresso machine, this 1,500-watt appliance has separate water tanks for simultaneously brewing drip coffee and espresso. The espresso machine side has a built-in frothing system with a milk tank for creating cappuccinos and lattés in their cups. Separate knobs select the strength of both regular coffee and espresso. Making espresso follows tradition: tamp coffee into a filter basket inside a filter holder, twist the filter holder onto the machine, pour water into the machine's boiler, and press a button. Depending on the amount of water added, up to four 2-ounce cups then flow into an 8-ounce glass carafe.

Making regular coffee also follows tradition: insert a filter (a permanent Gold Tone filter is included) into the filter basket, spoon in coffee, add water to the coffeemaker's removable tank, and press a button. Up to 10 5-ounce cups of coffee then flow into a 50-ounce glass carafe on a warming plate. (For five or fewer cups, speed up the brewing process for full flavor.) A digital clock/timer makes it possible to program a select time for "wake-up coffee" up to 24 hours in advance. The brewing process pauses if the carafe is removed for a midbrew pour. A water filter removes chlorine, and a cup-counting system blinks a reminder when the machine requires decalcification. Encased in both bright and matte-finish black plastic, the machine measures 16 inches wide, 13-1/2 inches high, and 9 inches deep and carries a one-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack

Customer Reviews

Would never buy a Delonghi product again.
"tpqat"
I have owned a caffe figaro machine for about 2 months and used it almost daily.
Laura
The clock light appears only after I unplug and re-plug in the machine.
Tricia M.

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 3, 2003
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I bought this machine at the Amazon as a Christmas gift to my husband. It broke down immediately - the clock and timer went dead after the very first espresso cup was made. The machine's electronic "brain" never recovered, even after sitting at the repair shop for over 5 weeks. Now the machine, if plugged in, turns on when it wishes - at first touch to the jar, or to the filter compartment door, or even to the sound of our coffee grinder (that's not a joke! is there a sound sensor somewhere?). Once the machine is on, the only way to stop it is to unplug. The clock lives its own life - it sometimes stops, or the digits start blinking or disappear altogether with no apparent reason. And so on, not to mention some design flaws and counter-intuitive controls.
There is only one repair shop within 15 miles from where I live, and it only operates till 6PM (I cannot make it before 6PM from work). DeLonghi customer service is completely unhelpful and unfriendly. I can not even return the machine back to Amazon because the 30-day return period expired while our coffee machine had been at the repair shop waiting for the spare parts to arrive from DeLonghi.
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Raymond Brokke on September 28, 2002
I own one of this machines for a year. The cappuccino's milk acrylic tank do not supports the high temperatures that must be reached in order to frog the milk in a cutting-edge stream of steam technology. The acrylic tank -espontaneously- begin to crack in a nice surrealistic pattern in less than a couple of months (or about 20 times of use) and the sylicone packings begin to drift around the cylinders, spraying the steam in other directions than in the tank circuit pipes. I found a cloging problem too, maybe due to the water's hardness.
Also, the thermostat included in the coffee-maker side do not regulates wisely the temperature. If you let the coffee-maker auto-regulate the temperature for more than 15 minutes after dripped, you are in risk to drink a cooked "sour coffee".
I'm a costarican coffee taster and prefer the german home models of cappuccino machines and coffee-makers (Krups, Braun). Nevertheless, the italians has the glory in developing these technologies, by now we only can enjoy this great tastes in commercial not-for-home-users coffee machines.
I has read the other writers point of view about this coffee machine and I respect their opinion, but that was not my experience with Delonghi coffee machines. Maybe mine was made on a Monday!!
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24 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Laura on October 10, 2002
I have owned a caffe figaro machine for about 2 months and used it almost daily. Although it has operated well and makes good coffee and cappucino type drinks, I do find the milk tank and parts must be cleaned immediately after use, and the area where the milk tank fits must also be cleaned well since some milk tends to trickle down there and sour if not cleaned soon after use. More seriously, today the milk emulsifier broke - this is a red plastic part which clips into the milk tank. I called a nearby service center, listed in the service center guide provided with the machine. The clerk there told me that the red plastic milk emulsifier part is not covered by the warranty because it is considered an accessory....Canadian. This is ridiculous, because this is a necessary part in order to make foamed milk for cappucino. It is not an optional part. I also do not plan on buying such an... "accessory" every two months. I am pursuing this issue with the toll-free number on the service center guide, but so far have encountered only voice mail.
I do want to emphasize that I did not handle this piece roughly at all - only removed it as per the instructions, to clean after each use.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on December 29, 2002
I purchased this product for Christmas. The machine was delivered with a broken Carafe. There was no support from Delonghi after three e-mails and two phone calls. I ended up purchasing a new carafe from a local repair center. Their remarks were parts are not easy to obtain. The milk frother does not deliver at 160 deg F. Foaming was little using 1% and 2% milk. Cleaning was not easy. The coffee side of the machine could be compared to any other Mr. Coffee machine. I have returned the machine and purchased a Capresso 351 with great satisfaction.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By D. Morgan on February 6, 2004
I've had my machine for about a year and have had no problems. It is one of the most complicated coffee makers to use though and you must READ THE MANUAL. The clock problem everyone talks about is not a problem but is in the design. There is a function that counts the number of pots of coffee you make and doesn't let you make any more after 200 pots without resetting the counter. This has to be set out of the box. I think you hold the on and prog buttons down together for about 5 seconds to reset it.
Mine seems to make the coffee fine and i don't use the espresso that often but I've used it a half dozen times with no problems.
I don't like my coffee that hot so its fine for me. No coffee maker has ever satisfied my wife though and that's the same for this one.
I am looking for a replacement filter which should be replaced annually and that's how I ended up here. Anybody know where to find one. We have quite hard water and the charcoal filter was why I bought this unit. The coffee taste a lot better that my previous maker that did not have one.
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