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Gaggia 90500 Titanium Super Automatic Espresso Machine, Silver
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- Automatic espresso machine
- A stainless steel lined brewing boiler and additional steaming boiler; 15 bar pump
- 60-ounce water reservoir; built-in conical burr grinder; 18 adjustable grind settings
- Frothing wand; rapid steam for froth with no wait time; 8-1/2-ounce bean hopper; cup warmer
- Measures 11 by 15-3/8 by 15-1/6 inches
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Top Customer Reviews
Before this we had a Saeco Vienna and used it for 4 years before it died. We decided to try out a different brand and went with the Gaggia Titanium.
The machine makes good espresso. It was able to produce 3154 shots in 10 months.
The milk frother was not that good. The steam was often not very strong or was bursty. You also have to let it run 15-20 seconds every time before it starts producing steam instead of water.
The machine looks nice in the picture, but the plastic material got me worried when I opened the box the first time. It is flimsy and thin and does not look like something that can handle serious use. It is also entirely made of plastic - inside and out.
Once we started using it plastic started to peel off from the bottom of the drip tray. The plastic could not handle the hot water, but this was not causing a major problem.
The sensors of the machine are not good. The producer tried to provide electronic "features", but in my opinion this was a shot in the foot.
Every so often the machine will recognize that water needs to be filled into the tank. You can't just fill water while the tank is attached, the machine will not recognize this and will not reset the sensor. You also can't detach the tank and fill it quickly and attach it back. You have to fill it and 'wait' for about a minute. There must be a timer that needs to run out before you put the tank back in place.
Every other week the machine displays the message 'Ventilate' and waits for you to prime it with water.Read more ›
I ordered the Titanium during my Amazon Prime trial, so it was shipped overnight for just a few dollars and arrived on a Monday. We had house guests at the time and while one didn't drink coffee, the other considered himself a hard-core coffee purist (he even has a roaster at home and buys his beans green). I noticed right away that the machine was packed well, which is always a good sign. I had the machine out of the box, read through the directions, and started brewing coffee in about 15 minutes. Wow. This was easily the best coffee I had ever tasted, with none of the bitterness I usually associate with espresso (at least with espresso I've made).
The machine produces four different beverages: espresso, "regular" coffee, caffe lungo, and hot water. (Caffe lungo, as it turns out, is literally "coffee long" and is similar to espresso, but with more water passed through for a longer brew time. While I'd never heard of it, it's now my wife's new morning beverage.) There's also the frothing wand and the cappuccinatore, which is an attachment that replaces the frothing wand specifically for cappuccino. While others have mentioned never using the cappuccinatore, it's all I've used so far and I've converted at least two strict coffee drinkers to cappuccino lovers.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Not sure when i bought mine (+8years) but I have not had any issues with mine. I just checked and I have a little shy of 13k shots of coffee on mine. Read morePublished 25 days ago by JC
Just received a new Titanium last night; filled with non-oily (light roast) beans, and the unit grinds for ~45 seconds then says out of beans without making a coffee. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
I bought this machine for a much higher price from a vendor in New England about 7 years ago. I researched many machines before deciding to upgrade my manual espresso maker from... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lana L.
I had one of the original Titaniums which I purchased back in 2005 for around $1,400. It's served ~20,000 espressos over the years. Read morePublished 3 months ago by GRANT GORDON
The good news is as consumers we have an outlet now to write reviews on products and services we receive. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Andrew Smaltz
After I sold my coffeehouse I really wanted to get a serious but not crazy expensive espresso machine for home use. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Karen R.
I've owned this espresso maker for over five years. It's very consistent and reliable. You just need to clean the brew group under hot water once a week. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Griller
I;ve had this model for about 5 years. I enjoy it. My brother stayed with us while house hunting. He wanted one too for his new house, so that speaks volumes.Published 7 months ago by MJ
If you paid $600 for this machine, you paid $400 too much. If you paid more, you got screwed.Published 7 months ago by Berni