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DeLonghi BCO70 Caffe Nabucco 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
  • Milk frother for making cappuccinos and caffe lattes; brew-pause for mid-brew pour
  • Strength selectors: both regular and espresso coffee
  • Measures 16 by 13-1/2 by 9 inches; 1-year warranty


Product Details

Product Manual [625kb PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 17.8 x 14.9 x 12 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 14 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: B000063CBT
  • Item model number: BCO70
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (73 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #138,239 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

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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 milk frother for creating cappuccinos and lattes. 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, up to four 2-ounce cups then flow into an 8-ounce glass carafe.

Making regular coffee also follows tradition: put a filter in the filter basket, spoon in coffee, add water to the coffeemaker's removable tank, and press a button. Up to ten 5-ounce cups of coffee then flow into a 50-ounce glass carafe on a warming plate. (For five and fewer cups, the brewing process can be sped up to provide full flavor.) The brewing process pauses if the carafe is removed from the warming plate for a mid-brew pour. 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

Product Description

Rely on this DeLonghi Espresso/Drip all-in-one coffee maker day-in and day-out for your favorite coffee drinks. Make coffee and espresso simultaneously; brew up cappuccinos, lattes or even hot chocolate perfectly. A swivel jet frother easily makes frothy milk for a variety of coffee beverages. Fill removable water tank at the sink and eliminate messy spills. The variosystem and accuflavor selector dials allow you to choose the strength of your espresso and coffee. An adjustable steam emission for espresso and cappuccino includes a pressure safety valve to ensure safe operation. Other pluses include a pause-and-pour feature, a warming plate and a 5-to-10-cup function that adjusts to prevent overheating small quantities. 13Hx15Wx10D".

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

After about 16 months, it stopped working.
Kristin
I tried to contact Delonghi Customer Service, but did not get a reply.
Ekatvi
I am not considering to buy any DeLonghi products in the future.
Hannes Passler

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

89 of 91 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on October 1, 2002
This is a good value for the price. It's fast, convenient
and makes great coffee/espresso. We particularly like the
built in milk steamer. We also like having the ability to
make coffee and espresso at the same time with one machine.
The only criticism is that it has no automatic shut-off.
We bought an appliance timer to cover that deficiency.
That was the only point that kept us from rating it 5 stars.
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104 of 112 people found the following review helpful By Charles M. Kramer on December 1, 2002
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Our teenage son worked in a cafe' for the summer running a major multi-thousand dollar machine, and became a self-styled expert. This machine is as much as we were willing to spring for as a gift, and it's been non-stop espresso, latte & whatever for 48 hours. He's extremely pleased, which says something to us about the machine. He's found no fault with it after testing all the features...
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on March 29, 2003
I bought this machine Christmas 2001, and it's already broken. It gets used once a day three to four times a week, and I've used the cappucino maker about three times in a little over a year. The warming plate is stone cold, and the machine doesn't even brew. When it was working, the gold filter regularly deposited grounds into the coffee, so it wasn't even an enjoyable cup back then. Cleanup is difficult too because the basket for the filter is next to impossible to replace once you've taken it out. You need a flashlight in order to see inside the machine to find the peg for the basket to catch and swing back into place. One of the worst purchases I've ever made.
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47 of 50 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on August 26, 2003
Makes great tasting coffee, but the expresso seems weak even at the strongest level and even with cuban expresso. The BIGGEST problem with this machine is that it breaks very easily and has a couple unfortunate design flaws. We have gone through 2 in 2 years and have given up. The filter basket broke off the first one -- it just came off in my hand one morning and couldn't be fixed. The lid for the water basket just popped off one day and we could never snap it back on. Just the other day, the water basket gasket malfunctioned and now the machine is useless as it pours water all over the counter as soon as the water basket is put into place. Other annoying features are that the carafe drips ALL over the place -- we poured our coffee over the sink. Plus, more often than is barely tolerable, if we didn't snap the carafe into place exactly right, the coffee basket filled up and HOT coffee and coffee grinds ran all over the counter -- a very annoying thing to happen first thing in the morning on your way to work -- this has NEVER happened to us with other coffeemaker models. Now that our 2nd in 2 years is broken beyond repair, we're going to go with a different coffeemaker for sure! There's a reason this [money] coffeemaker is selling at [money]!
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40 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Mdi on February 26, 2003
I'd have to agree with the reviewer who thought this was a terrific machine but seems to be built to spill. We have resorted to keeping a towel near the coffee maker because it is almost impossible NOT to spill while pouring hot coffee from the large glass carafe. BTW the carafe is now chipped and I am having a bear of a time finding a replacement carafe. we also bought a gold mesh filter which works great in this machine-IF it is bone dry before each use. If it's damp or if we forget to hand dry the coffee filter area, we end up with an overflow of hot water and coffee grounds on the counter.
Dear DeLonghi, please rethink the carafe pour spout and NEVER sell a product with removable parts that can not be easily replaced. The coffee is delicious, the machine looks very cool...just make it work better.
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45 of 49 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on April 4, 2004
We have never had an actual modern coffee pot of sorts in my family... so I decided to get this one. At the price, I decided that it seemed reasonable, given the functions. I have some major complaints, while there are some good things about it...
Pros:
*Really good coffee... appropriate strength.
*Really good cappucino/espresso.
*Easy coffee brewing functions.
*More than adequate capacity in carafe.
Cons:
*Counterintuitive design which allows for incredibly easy spills of water, coffee, coffeegrounds, and especially milk
*Cheap design (feels like i could break the entire machine in half with my hand)
*Milk frother feels incredibly flimsy and has a totally counterintuitive shape & rotation (it should be able to rotate more, and it should be longer and more dynamic)
*Coordination of steam system & cappucino brewing is totally arbitrary and impossible to understand (even for someone who considers himself tech-savvy)
*Coffee isn't at all hot (i like coffee from which steam rises, not coffee from which steam could have been rising ten minutes prior to being poured into a cup)... maybe a 1500 watt appliance could heat more than just the water.
To make matters worse, the manual absolutely sucks. Also printed on cheap paper, the step-by-step instructions are vague at best-- they refer to the steps by numbers when the steps are designated by bullets.
Steaming the milk must be done somehow coordinated with making the espresso/cappucino, but I can't understand how-- last time I attempted this, it ended up only steaming the milk and not making the actual coffee. It can only make two cups of cappucino, and I think that the assumption is that it actually makes less than you put in since some of the water is used to make steam.
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