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Gaggia 14101 Classic Espresso Machine, Brushed Stainless Steel
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- Coffee/espresso machine with 72-ounce removable water reservoir
- Stainless-steel housing; brass portafilters and grouphead for temperature stability
- 17-1/2-bar pump with high-voltage boiler; hot-water dispenser; frothing wand
- Single- and double-shot stainless-steel filter basket, tamper, and measuring scoop included
- Measures 14-1/4 by 8 by 9-1/2 inches
- Please refer the product videos, Quickstart Guide and the User Manual for any issues
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|Dimensions||12 inches x 25 inches x 13 inches||11.9 inches x 9.6 inches x 7.25 inches||15 inches x 12 inches x 12 inches||12 inches x 11 inches x 7 inches|
|Item Weight||20 pounds||11 pounds||18 pounds||14 pounds|
|Material||Stainless Steel||Plastic||Stainless Steel||Other|
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After 30 years, the boiler on my machine became pitted and started leaking. Since those days, they changed from a steel boiler to an aluminum one. I'm not sure if that's an improvement or not, but it does mean that I could no longer get replacement parts. So I got the latest model. Since I found that some changes were more than cosmetic, I'm adding this section to the top of the review. I'm also lowering my rating by one star. In some ways, the quality has gone down by several stars, but in some ways it has improved. However there's no negative effect on the quality of the beverages.
The first thing I noticed when I went to plug it in was the new cord. The old cord's design was similar to this Power Cord with the right angles. I can no longer place the unit it its old location and needed to move it several inches further from the wall. It's also a bit awkward having a thick cord sticking straight out of the socket instead of at a right angle, so I have a replacement cord on order. Another issue is that it comes with a two prong cord. The unit isn't grounded as well, and I noticed that I felt a slight tingle when touching the metal lightly. I read the difference in ground potential by holding one lead of a volt meter in one hand while touching the outside of the Gaggia with the other lead. I measured between -15 mV and 15 mV. It's not enough to be harmful, but I don't like touching appliances that feel as if they are leaking electricity.
The case itself is made of thinner metal than my old one. It also weighs less because of that.Read more ›
Both are well-made heavy duty units that are used to make 5-6 cups of espresso a day, and the occasional capuccino. The machine does this flawlessly.
Those of you who know espresso making know that a good cup of espresso requires these four things:
1. Temperature: Water temperature a bit below boiling; about 190F is right.
2. Pressure: Of upto 200 psi (about 15 atmospheres or bars)
3. Amount: You need 7 grams of coffee per espresso cup. The included scoop should give you the exact amount.
4. Time: About 25 seconds for enough water to flow through the coffee grounds to make one or two cups
The Classic does 1, 2 and 3 perfectly. By definition, you, the barista, are in charge of 4. This you achieve through grinding the coffee to the right degree of fineness and tamping it with the right amount of pressure. It is this you need to learn with just a bit of trial and error. But you must buy a burr grinder for your coffee to do this right.
A burr grinder does not have to be expensive. I have two (a Krups and a Capressa) at home that each cost less than $40. I have been using them for years without a problem. If they develop one, easy and inexpensive enough to replace.
When you start, try out three or four different levels of grinds, generally at the finer settings of your grinder. The grind should be about the consistency of table salt. Then try out three or so levels of tamping the grounds in the portafilter. Pretty soon you will zero on the combination that provides the right degree of resistance to the water pressure to take about 25 seconds.Read more ›
I learned alot in 2 weeks and now considered my capucchino concoction worthy and much better than chain coffee houses. I use Lavazza preground espresso coffee and love it, its smooth satisfying and has an excellent crema. I'm considering a grinder but with the Lavazza (black can) I'm putting it off for a while.
I ordered the Gaggia Classic on impulse due to a sale hoping to improve my pulls with the presumably better machine. Which is better, well the short story is I packed the Breville up for return 2 days later.
The Gaggia arived well packed but after setting it up the pump didnt work. Disapointed but not wanting to give up on it. I opened the top easily with a screwdriver and found that the rubber gromet around the pump had loosened from its mount and pulled a wire (with slip on connector) off its termination point. I slid the motor gromet back into place and remedied the connection easily. From there the machine operated perfectly.
Gaggia Pro's: Better portafilter. Filter is easier to clean larger in surface area and the used coffee pucks come out easier and much drier. Also the espresso comes out of one hole in the middle and is then seperated into channels that flow into the 2 cups you see in the picture. The Breville has a smaller portafilter that is harder to get in place without looking and has 2 holes in the bottom.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
A decent entry point if you want to experiment with espresso at home. With an inexpensive modification to the wand, I'm able to get great results while steaming milk - the wand it... Read morePublished 5 days ago by Scott Erickson
Great first espresso machine. We are enjoying it and the machine is working well. The only issues we are having are from being inexperienced. Read morePublished 8 days ago by Kevin Raymes
I bought this machine about 10 months ago, and based on my experience, I would not buy another product. After 2 months, the steam valve began dribbling on the countertop. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
Very unhappy with this machine. Nine months after purchase the water flow got really weak. Even though the machine is still under warranty, Gaggia customer service basically told... Read morePublished 18 days ago by MLES
So far so good! We did a ton of research and watched many videos for both espresso machines and grinders. Read morePublished 21 days ago by Laurie
I'm not a coffee expert. I enjoy coffee, and drink a cup most days.
The unit is heavy, and has a nice percentage of stainless. Read more
My first Gaggia Classic (8 yrs old) was leaking water with each use. When I opened it for repair, I found the guilty part would cost me about $125. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Peter M.