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Mr. Coffee ECM160 4-Cup Steam Espresso Machine, Black

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  • Steam espresso machine brews 1 to 4 cups (20 ounces)
  • Removable frothing aid; powerful milk frother for creamy cappuccinos
  • Decanter with measuring marks, stay-cool handle, and drip-free pouring spout
  • removable drip tray; cord storage; measuring scoop included
  • Measures 8 by 6-1/2 by 10-1/2 inches

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  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 6.5 x 10.5 inches ; 5.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5.4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B000U6BSI2
  • Item model number: ECM160
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,017 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,424 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Make delicious coffeehouse style drinks at home with the Mr. Coffee® Café Espresso Steam Espresso and Cappuccino Maker. Be your own barista and create rich espresso, bold cappuccinos and creamy lattes. Brews 1-4 cups of espresso into easy-pour glass decanter with drip-free spout. Frother steams milk up light and creamy to top off your coffee drinks. Designed with removable drip tray and cord storage. Recipes and measuring scoop included.

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Customer Reviews

It lasted us over 2 years with a good 1-4 uses per day.
A. Brooks
There is not enough pressure/steam left in the machine after brewing the espresso to froth or even warm the milk.
Toni D.
The Mr. Coffee espresso machine makes great espresso however we are unable to make good foam with it.
J. Lyons

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

628 of 639 people found the following review helpful By Dassit on January 4, 2009
I've had this machine for over a year. I have tried other machines, even a pump. It makes good cappuccinos/lattes when the milk is steamed properly at the right temperature. If your only into espresso shots, I would go with a different pump driven machine.

-Inexpensive, Small
-Frother is strong, plastic tip is removable
-Quiet (then a pump machine)
-Latte art hearts (SEE picture)

-Supplied tamper is just a slightly flattened end of the coffee scooper.
-No frothing pitcher.
-Multiple shots requires de-pressuring the machine.

There seems to be a lot of reviews stating it works fine in the beginning then after a while is poor or just stops. Ive noticed that during regular use, water starts to build up in the tank. This is because you never really use all the water in the tank per brew. This excess water I believe causes a problem. Either dump it out after, or what I do is, brew it out "before" I make a cappuccino as to warm up the machine on a cold start.

There also seems to be a lot of reviews saying it's not real espresso or there is no crema. This is true. It's a steam driven machine they've been making this type of machine for years. It can not match the pressure or the amount of crema produced by a pump driven machine. BUT it can produce a decent 'steam' espresso w/ crema ready to be made to a latte/cappuccino. The problem with the reviewers is that there are so many factors involved in why are not producing crema or a good cup. It could be the bean, the grind, the tamp, perhaps it's a cold start, not enough water, or too much water, etc etc the list goes on. It's something you'll have to figure out yourself.
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588 of 610 people found the following review helpful By Jessica Culp on October 12, 2008
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Love this product. I read all the other reviews before buying, so I knew it didn't come with a steaming pitcher and ordered one to go with it. However, I didn't realize that it didn't come with an espresso tamper either. I would have ordered one had I known, now I have to wait for the one I ordered to come in and hope it fits this machine. Would have given it 5 stars, but as a former barista, I know that to make a good latte I need a steaming pitcher and a tamper. So for an espresso machine not to come with these items is like getting a pair of sneakers with no laces. I have had no problem with leaking, and as long as the user READS THE INSTRUCTIONS, they shouldn't have any problems either. For $40, I've already gotten my money's worth in the last week. And anyone interested in buying, I would say "GO FOR IT!!!" but order a steaming pitcher and espresso tamper along with it.

Note: P.S. Get a 49mm espresso tamper to go with it. Doesn't fit "perfectly" but its as close as I could find that wouldn't be too big.
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514 of 538 people found the following review helpful By Creative Tornado on February 27, 2008
I bought this at Targét for $29, and it is freaking awesome. To the two reviewers above... if you actually read the manual you would know that the cord underneath the base can be unraveled to the desired length. This is to eliminate excess cord on your countertop.

Anyway, I discovered I was spending almost $200 at Starbucks... a near crack habit. My previous espresso machine broke over the summer--a $300 Gaggia. Prior to the gaggia I had a krups.

So I plunked down a few bucks for this one knowing I was taking a wee gamble. Usually you get what you pay for.

Let me tell ya, this little machine is great. First, it is super super quiet. My previous machines were deafening especially when frothing. Secondly, it takes up little space. Third, it's fairly nice looking and matches our coffee maker. And of course last, it makes great lattés.

So, don't waste your money on some huge hulking espresso machine that will only last a few years. This one does the job and won't cause ear trauma.
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158 of 164 people found the following review helpful By AQucsaiJr on October 10, 2011
I have owned my Mr. Coffee Espresso maker for about 5 years now and it has never disappointed. I make a latte/cappuccino for my wife and myself almost every morning and sometimes at night as well. The steam wand works great once you get the simple procedure dialed in. The espresso comes out great every time. This has been one of the best investments because before we bought this unit we made a stop at Starbucks quite often and that get pricey. And now that we figured out you can purchase the flavors from Starbucks, such as vanilla, I can make a latte that taste almost exactly like the latte we used to get at Starbucks.

I had trouble at first figuring out a good procedure to fallow so for those who are interested,
Procedure I use to make Latte/Cappuccino:
1. Fill reservoir with 4 cup water. (I use store bought drinking water)
2. Fill 2 large coffee cups with about 1/3 cold milk and 4 pumps Starbucks vanilla flavor. (Starbucks vanilla flavor purchased from Starbucks)
3. Fill espresso filter to top and tamp down to about 2 cups. (purchase a decent tamper because the scoop does not work great for tamping)
4. Put espresso filter and carafe into position for brewing.
5. Plug Mr. Coffee unit in and turn dial to steam. (Good idea to put an empty cup under steam wand tip to catch and dripping water while steam gets up to temp)
6. Wait to see that the steam comes out of the wand without dripping water. (looking for a "dry" constant steam)
7. Turn steam off
8. Holding the coffee cup containing your milk, insert the seam wand into the milk and turn steam back on full.
(while steaming milk I like to move the wand in and out of the cup, don't take wand out of milk, until the froth reaches the top of the cup, almost overflowing the cup.
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