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DeLonghi EAM3200 Magnifica Super Automatic Espresso/Coffee Machine


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  • Automatic espresso/coffee machine with integrated coffee grinder
  • Compact boiler provides even heat distribution; electronic steam and coffee thermostat
  • Beans-to-brew system; removable water tank and bean container for easy filling
  • Adjustable-height coffee spigots; heated cup tray; 3-hour auto shut-off
  • Measures 17 by 13 by 18 inches; 1-year limited warranty


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18 x 17.5 inches ; 26.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 28 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: B000220JZC
  • Item model number: EAM3200
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #297,056 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

After years of scuccessful expertise with traditional machines, DeLonghi now introduces new and revolutionary technology. The Magnifica, a super automatic machine, is capable of preparing a variety of coffee beverages. You can make the freshest, most aromatic espress, coffee, cappuccino, latte or any other frothy milk coffee beverage effortlessly. With the CRF Technology the Magnifica features a compact system with an easy-to-clean, removable boiler. the self-cleaning function works automaticly and limites the new for service calls. Because the beans are ground instantly, the unique Beans-to-Brew System always guarantees a perfect cup of espresso, in the right amount, and at the ideal temperature. CRF Techology.- C for compact, R for reliable, F for fresh. COMPACT AND HIGH PERFORMANCE . Because De'Longhi's new PATENTED boiler is so compact, the excellent heat distribution guarantees a perfect espresso at the ideal temperature every time. TIMELESS RELIABILITY. Thanks to the removable bioler, the inside can be cleaned easily. Regular cleaning of the machine is essential for maintaining the best flavor possible and for minimizing the need for service. A PEFECT AROMA GUARANTEED. The Beans-to-Brew System guarantees an aspresso with a delicious aroma as the coffee is freashly ground. No traces of stale grounds are left in the machine. 3- Hour Automatic shut-off, 1.8 liter removable water reservoir, water level indicator, electronic steam and coffee thermostat, rinse and decalcification auto programs. Removable drip tray. MADE IN ITALY

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Customer Reviews

Then read the manual again!!
Latte Good Times
I find that to my liking it works best if the grind is fine, the coffee dial is set far to the left (small demi tasse) and the strength dial is at max (to right).
lisa
It makes great coffee, espresso and cappuccino.
Hannelore Logan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

116 of 118 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Weissmann on December 7, 2004
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I have had this espresso maker for a week now and it is everything I have wanted in a coffee machine. I have owned 2 other super automatics in the last 5-7 years - a Saeco which cost about half this one and a Jura/Capresso which cost more than twice as much. I think the Magnifica so far is the best of the three for my needs.

The Saeco made good coffee, but was messy and difficult to clean. I splurged on the Jura thinking I would like all the electronic control over the process. I liked its automatic cleaning process and thoroughly enjoyed the machine - until it broke. With no user access to its mechanism, I could not repair it.

The Magnifica is a perfect compromise, and the compromise is in price only. I don't miss the electronic LCD readout of the Jura one bit. The signal lights of the Magnifica provide the same information. And I actually find the manual adjustments for coffee amount and strength to be much easier to use and change compared to the electronic settings on the Jura.

The Magnifica has all the features of the Jura, including the automatic rinse on startup and closeout. The main difference is that the brewing mechanism will need to be cleaned regularly. I actually see that as an advantage since I will have access to it and can maintain it.

I have never used the frothing mechanism on any of the machines so I can't draw any conclusions about them. But if you want a machine that automatically brews great coffee with a minimum of fuss, and doesn't cost $2K, this is the machine for you.
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54 of 54 people found the following review helpful By John Cecere on February 8, 2006
This machine, in my opinion, is the best machine for the money. I compared and researched for two months, compared to Saeco, Jura or Solis the Magnifica line is well built and designed to last. I inspected the insides of all the machines and it seems that the advantage to Delonghi's late introduction to the "super-automatic" market was an improved brewing system.

The grinder is fast and efficient; the grinds are deposited directly into the brew system for brewing. In other machines, the grinder is far from the brew system, and the grinds are sent through a long tube before getting to the brew system. With ground coffee that sits in the tube, you are not brewing your cup of coffee, but the coffee the person before you requested. That defeats the whole purpose of freshly-brewed espresso.

The espresso is perfect on this machine, great color, texture and of course crema. The frothing is a no-brainer; just use a cold stainless steel pitcher with cold milk and you will create rich micro-foam. Make sure you use a large enough pitcher as the milk will double and even triple in volume. As other people have said, the frother might be too good, it would be nice to have some control on the frothing. For simplicity, the frother is very productive.

The Magnifica is so easy to clean; the inside of this machine is kept so clean all on its own. Just remove the drip tray and used coffee container to wash, then rinse the compact brew system under hot water.

The operation of the machine is a little tricky. READ THE MANUAL!! Many of the problems users encounter can be resolved by going through the manual. The espresso comes out hot, but with such a small amount of liquid (1-2 oz) in a cold cup, it will definitely cool down.
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51 of 52 people found the following review helpful By S. Armato on May 6, 2006
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This was the best price point I could find for a super-automatic espresso maker. It was also among the most highly rated by other customers. The unit has been great! I've had it for 4 months. My friends are always amazed by the quality of the espresso and they all want one of these machines too, now.

A few tips:

- DeLonghi does a factory test to make sure everything works right, so don't be surprised if you open the package and see a drop or two of water in the water reservoir and/or a few coffee grinds.

- The frothing wand doesn't swing out as far as I would like (it extends about 1.5" away from the unit, so you need to buy a milk frothing pitcher with a relatively small diameter so you can move the frother around in the pitcher with ease. I bought a 20oz pitcher (so I could froth enough for 2 lattes at a time) with about a 4" diameter and it's a bit of a challenge moving the frother around evenly.

- milk frothing takes some getting used to -- buy a gallon of milk and just practice.

- since the unit takes both whole beans and pre-ground, it's easy to switch between decaf and regular by just keeping pre-ground decaf on-hand and regular whole beans (or vice versa :-) ).

April 2011 update - 5.25 years later the machine works great. Two observations: 1) on-off knob broke. it is plastic. steamer cannot function now so I need to buy a new handle. appears to be easy to replace once I source the part - $5 or so. The steamer seems to leak a little water now when making espresso. doesn't seem to affect its operation though.
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39 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Latte Good Times on December 10, 2005
After doing the math on the milk, coffee, and even the syrup shots -- and realizing that I can make for $.50 - under $1.00 (size and shots depending) what I have been readily paying more than $3.00 for this quickly became a no-brainer.

I was concerned at first about the manual knobs (I'm a gadget kind of person) vice the electronic display... but I don't miss it one bit, and I like how quickly I can switch the quantity and strength of the coffee using the knobs instead. Speaking of "quick"... to reiterate what someone else already said, after stoping the steam function, simply open the steam valve for a few seconds (literally) and you will be ready to make more espresso right away -- there is NOT a long wait between making drinks when using this method, and it is definately pointed out in the manual.

I did "have" to play quite a bit, and drink up some of the savings initially to figure out certain things: such as how many ounces of espresso would be coming out with the water quantity knob settings, etc. I had a quite a caffeine buzz the first full day after bringing the machine home. Actually... right out of the box it makes terrific espresso drinks -- it is more a testiment to the quality that lead to all of the experimenation. We were so impressed with the quality that we now basically have a full coffee bar right in our kitchen! Syrups, sprkinles, you name it! My wife and I don't miss famous-name coffee house one bit! And so, I am still finding myself experimenting with various recipes for old favorites and inventing new ones.

Some tips from my useage so far:

Get 2 or 3 shot glasses with Oz measurements, helpful for measuring espresso output, syrups, and even the milk.
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