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La Pavoni EPC-8 Europiccola 8-Cup Lever Style Espresso Machine, Chrome

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  • Ideal for making coffee specialty drinks at home
  • Sturdy all-steel construction under heavy chrome plating
  • Comes with tamper, screen, screen holder, measuring ladle, and cappuccino attachment
  • Also includes instructional video for getting started
  • Measures 11 by 7 by 12 inches; 1-year warranty
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EPC-8 This stylish machine is built to last and designed to give you constant, perfect espresso with each pull of the lever. It is steam pressure and piston operated, while internal thermostats continuously monitor pressure with re-set fuses. Makes one or two cups of espresso at a time and includes automatic milk foamer, measuring spoon, and 2 stainless steel filter baskets. Features: -Perfect for home use; a great addition to any kitchen -Easy-to-use hands-on lever and piston operation -Makes 8 cups of espresso (2-ounce servings) -Makes espresso and steams milk with the greatest of ease -Attractive, durable triple-plated chrome design with chrome base -ETL listed, nickel-plated, solid brass boilers water-level gauge and safety valve -Long life stainless steel heating elements -Brewing temperature monitored by internal thermostat -Removable drip tray for easy cleanup -Removable water tank: 20-ounce capacity -Traditional steam wand allows you to easily create thick, rich foam, and heated milk for lattes and cappuccinos -Lever-based operation allows you to control the final product and lets you craft the perfect, personalized espresso -Demonstration video included Specifications: -1000 Watts / 110 Volts -La Pavoni provides a 1 year warranty -Over 30 nationwide repair facilities available -Made in Italy -Dimensions: 12''H x 7''W x 11''D

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Whip up custom coffee specialty drinks in your own kitchen, with just the right amount of foam on your double tall latte, with this sturdy Italian-made espresso machine. It has an all-steel construction under heavy chrome plating, making it as sturdy and shiny as the bumpers of a '55 Buick. The machine is 12 by 7 inches in size (with the handle lowered) and comes with a tamper, screen, screen holder, measuring ladle, and cappuccino attachment, as well as complete operating instructions and a ten-minute video.

The machine's sleek, retro look sports shiny surfaces, a thick base with curved edges, and a pull-down coffee compressor. It's attractive enough to leave out on the counter (and really too heavy to move around frequently), and once you get used to inexpensive lattes at home, you'll want it handy for everyday use. --Marcie Bovetz

Editor's note: This item may arrive with water inside from the manufacturer's pressure test. This is a normal occurrence and doesn't point to a problem with the machine.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 7 x 12 inches ; 14 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 14 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B00004S9G8
  • Item model number: EPC-8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (53 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #103,815 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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83 of 85 people found the following review helpful By Jake McDermott on January 10, 2012
You'd better know your coffee before you even start looking at this espresso maker. It is a manual pull espresso maker, meaning there is some art and a lot of trial/error incurred when making your coffee. That said, this has produced some of the best espresso I've ever had. It's a smaller maker, and is great for someone who just wants about 4-6 espresso shots before needing to refill. (I work out of home office, so this is perfect...)

PROS:
* Small, means it doesn't take up much counter space.
* Manual Lever - If you want fill control over your coffee, this is the way to go.
* More than enough steam pressure/volume to steam 12oz+ of milk.
* Solid construction. It is mostly all metal.
* Comes up to heat FAST. (About 5min with a full tank.) The head also comes up to temp quickly.
* Visible water level
* Easy clean drip tray
* Easy screw-off levers, knobs, etc - easily replaceable/customizable.

CONS:
* The base is lightweight, and could be more solid. It feels cheap compared to the solid construction of the boiler/head.
* The steam nozzle does not swivel out, causing you to have to steam your milk VERY close to the boiler. (Ouch!)
* Must wait for it to cool before refilling due to steam pressure.
* The default tamp that comes with this unit SUCKS. Too small for the basket..leads to bad coffee...why, Pavoni, why?

CAVEATS:
* Not a "push button, receive coffee" type of maker. This is a pro for me, but you should be well aware that this requires finesse and patience.
* Ensure you are comfortable with servicing it yourself or OK with mailing it to a service center. This is not a throwaway item after a few years, and can be a lifetime purchase.

MUST ALSO BUY:
* 51mm Tamp. Seriously.
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98 of 103 people found the following review helpful By Dave Poole on August 16, 2000
I bought one of these a couple of months ago and although it is a bit expensive it is one of the best purchases I've made in a long time. It looks great. It is so well made, it feels like it will last forever as it is so simple, no electronics to break down no plastic bits to break off. You get a huge amount of control over the way the coffee tastes, it's all in the speed of lowering the handle and the tightness of grinds. It takes a few attempts to get it right but once you've worked it out you'll never look back.
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46 of 47 people found the following review helpful By Michael G. on April 29, 2011
Simply put, this machine rocks for high quality espresso.

Once you have the technical skills down, learn the nuances of the beans you are using, and the stars align the espresso this machine can produce is as good as (or even better) than the highest end models above $6K (La Marzocca GS/3 comes to mind).

For under $1K this is the best deal available, period.

The Pro's:
1) Absolute control of the pressure. You can do everything (with pressure) that the fanciest machines are just becoming capable of such as pre-infusion, controlled variable pressure while pulling the shot, and make tweaks on the fly based on what you see coming out of the spout.

2) It is a beautiful and striking piece of kitchen equipment with a timeless design. A true conversation starter which will never go out of style.

3) It can produce the the best quality espresso possible.

The Con's:

1) Almost no temperature control, it get's hot and after that you have to "surf" the temperature as the machine's interior metal parts start to heat up. Commonly I can only pull four shots before it starts to get unrecoverable hot. There are tricks to help this, such as running the portafilter under cold water between shots, but you are always having to ride the temperature wave.

2) You can only make a few good shots in a single session due to both the temperature issue above as well as the volume of the boiler. This is not a machine appropriate for entertaining with as you won't be able to make six quality shots. However, if your guests do not have a discerning taste for coffee you could perhaps get away with it.

3) The learning curve is insanely steep due to it's 100% manual nature.
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73 of 79 people found the following review helpful By John Lafferty on May 27, 2002
My parents bought this about five years ago and I followed suit about a year ago. When she first bought it I thought they were crazy, but when it got there I understood why.
This machine is superb for almost any kind of coffee. Sometimes I like a strong espresso and sometimes I like a cold cafe sheccerato which is a cold coffee and is great. (To make it you simply get a shaker (like a martini shaker) and fill it with ice and a few teaspoons of sugar. Brew the coffee and while it is still very hot throw it in the shaker and shake it strongly for about a minute. The result is an ice cold frothy espresso, great for warm days - forget Starbucks imitation stuff, this is much better).
As other people have said, it takes a little bit of time to get it right. Typically I've found that very thin grains are not the best to work with, something between your typical Illy coffee grain and the larger cheap grains usually works well. It take a bit to get used to, but once you start to get a hold of the whole concept it works superbly well. Frankly, even when you do a poor job the coffee is still good.
In addition, my parents have had this item for about five years and have not had a single problem. It's extremely easy to clean and if you are in a rush it's also a great machine since it loads so quickly and easily.
Also, if you are running out the door you need not wait for the water to completely heat up. You can run it after just a few minutes (of course your coffee won't be as warm, but it doesn't have to heat up completely in order to use it). For those quick out-the-door mornings, this is great. You won't have the best espresso in the world, but you'll still have one that beats just about anything.
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