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KRUPS XP100050 Steam Espresso Machine with Frothing Nozzle for Cappuccino, Black

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  • Easy to operate and very compact 4-bar steam espresso machine
  • 3 way switch knob and convenient steam nozzle to froth milk easily
  • Removable drip tray for easy cleaning
  • Safety valve in cap
  • 4-cup glass carafe; measuring spoon included; 750 watts; 2-year worlwide warranty
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  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 9.8 x 14.1 inches ; 4.4 pounds
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Inspired by professionals and designed for connoisseurs, KRUPS products have been built with three key attributes in mind: Passion, Precision and Perfection. Espresso is a richer and more aromatic brew than regular coffee. It is typically enjoyed in smaller quantities because of its richness, and for this reason, KRUPS has developped: KRUPS XP100050 Steam Espresso Machine. An easy to operate, compact in design 4 cup espresso machine. Featuring a glass carafe with the ideal size and a user friendly steam wand with an oversized dial, the XP100050 Steam Espresso Machine delivers espresso that is deep in flavor and dark in color. The removable drip tray allows for easy clean up. Compact in size, the KRUPS XP1000 Steam Espresso Machine delivers a great espresso or cappuccino.


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It makes GREAT espresso and awesome latte's.
Cindy Ames
I threw a pot holder over the lid to cut down on the steam and had to use two hands to turn the knob.
Sadie
The tip does a horrible job of frothing milk.
Todd A. Finkle

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32 of 34 people found the following review helpful By eric talerico VINE VOICE on July 2, 2013
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I have an espresso machine in my home already - I was looking for something that will let me have my favorite beverages at work too!
And out of the box, this is an elegant and compact unit. It looks good on my countertop, and is unobtrusive on top of a file cabinet! It also has a very small footprint, which means its easy to stow away after I'm done with it.
Be aware that although it won't take much space for storage, you'll want to have space around it when you are using it if you plan to use the steamer.
The XP100050 is easy to use - it heats water quickly and produces a nice strong expresso brew in just a few short minutes! I should add that it is not a gourmet cup. There was no crema at all! But the brew was smooth and strong, making a terrific Latte. The steamer works very well, although it would benefit from a slightly larger arc or a swivel - it was just a bit too close to the side of the unit for my taste, but it works. The unit is easy to clean too.
No espresso machine is silent, but this one works fairly quietly. The included carafe is convenient and holds a generous amount of beverage.
The coffee filter cup is simple and straightforward - but I've noticed its a bit smaller than the small end of most tampers, so you'll need to use something else if you are only making a cup or two.
I've given this item four stars - it does everything its supposed to, looks pretty good, is quiet and compact. I took one star off for the minor inconvenience of the steam nozzle being too tight a fit.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By A. D. Neal on October 12, 2013
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To be clear, this is my first espresso machine. For years I have toiled out much hard earned money for that savory sweet espresso from coffee shops but always assumed the mystical process was somehow beyond my reckoning. Thanks to the college where I work having installed a Starbucks recently, I suddenly found myself spending too much there and figured that I would give it a go. Picking out an espresso machine leaves you with little in between, there are 40-100$ range models, and then you start getting fancy and pricey exponentially quick from there. As this was an experiment, I wanted something in the under 100 category and finally settled on this model after browsing the variety. We have had the machine for a little under a week but it has already earned its keep; here's my thoughts.

Pros: Affordable, simple, nice looking, easy to clean, effective, quick.

For the price, this machine is great, truly. It takes a little bit of practice to get the whole system down, but after about three or four uses I had it pretty much figured out. Now, after having made about a dozen drinks with it, from start to finish its takes under 10 minutes to make the drink and do a basic clean up. The instructions are a bit odd but with a little getting used to, it makes good and easy sense. A few things to keep in mind: only use as much water as you will use (don't overfill) and always let the steam run out when you shut the machine down (letting steam stay in the line will kill a steam system - I've done it to a steam mop personally). When you are done making the drink, unplug it. The element in the tank is super hot and while it seems really sturdy , leaving an element on with no water is very dangerous. After everything cools down a bit disassembly and clean up is really easy and quick.
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By regretful on April 8, 2013
We have been using this about five times a day for four months. it makes great espresso. reviewers who had leaks should just empty the water out and put in the amount of water indicated on pot. works great, steams great, great deal.
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23 of 29 people found the following review helpful By G. Rao on April 20, 2013
I meant to give it three and a half stars, but I rounded up.

I got this machine as a gift from my employer for 10 years of service. I could have chosen a tent or a Dirt Devil upright vacuum cleaner instead.

The espresso that comes out of this machine won't make you forget about Stumptown or Blue Bottle, but it produces a nice, rich, dark cup of coffee. It's really more similar to what you'd get out of a Bialetti moka pot than to coffeehouse espresso. The steam wand lets you froth milk so that you can jazz things up into something like a latte or a cappuccino.

The main advantage of this machine over a stovetop espresso pot is that you can control the amount - and therefore the quality - of the coffee that it makes by controlling how much water you put into it. If you fill the carafe up to the "2" marking and use that to brew, you'll get a much stronger, more rich tasting cup than if you fill it to the "4" marker.

Also, it's pretty quick to set up and take down. I've timed myself at 20 minute for the whole process, with semi-hasty consumption of my beverage included. It cleans up pretty fast, with a minimum of unscrewing and fiddling, although it will be hot when you first begin.

I don't use the milk frother that much, and part of the reason is that it isn't really positioned very well. It can be difficult to get a cup up under it for starters, and it splatters the milk if you don't submerge the nozzle head deep enough. If you can figure that part out, however, it does produce a nice foam.

The bottom line is that this could be an enjoyable and practical addition to your home coffee-brewing arsenal. It has a small countertop footprint, and more or less hassle-free maintenance.
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