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Philips Saeco RI9366/47 Via Venezia Espresso Machine, Black

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  • Easy reading control lights show when the machine id "ready to brew" and "ready to steam"
  • The patented filter holder ensures a great extraction of espresso by pressurizing the brewing chamber, thereby creating the perfect espresso-brewing element
  • A pod adaptor and special filter basket fits into the portafilter, enabling it to handle single serve prepackaged shots (pods)
  • Steam Wand with Pannarello Attachment: Used to manually froth milk for cappuccinos and lattes; Also produces hot water for tea
  • Removable 68-ounce water tank for easy cleaning and refilling.
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Product Details

Color: Black
  • Product Dimensions: 12 x 10 x 12.5 inches ; 20.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 19.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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  • ASIN: B002Y3BFU0
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  • Item model number: 4144
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Color: Black

Trips to the coffee shop are a thing of the past when you use the Saeco Via Venezia RI9366/47 Manual Espresso Machine. This espresso machine features a pressurized portafilter to ensure excellent coffee extraction and includes an ESE pod adapter so you can use prepackaged, single-serve shots at your convenience. You'll be able to craft a variety of espresso drinks with this efficient machine.

Philips Saeco Via Venezia Product Features
Produces Rich Crema and Aroma

Insisting on bean-to-cup quality, the Via Venezia brings Italian-quality espresso to your home. The machine makes it easy to create true Italian espresso, with its signature dark color, rich layer of crema, fragrant taste, and intense aroma.

A pressurized portafilter ensures great espresso extraction with beautiful crema, and an ESE pod adapter with filter basket enables you to use prepackaged, single-serve shots.

Control Buttons and Frothing Function for Precise Brewing

Buttons with clear control lights show when your Via Venezia is ready to brew or ready to steam, so you can prepare your drink with the press of a button. A warming surface with six-cup capacity on top of the machine ensures that your cup will be ready for coffee whenever you are.

In addition, an integrated Pannarello steam wand means you can froth your milk exactly as you wish and provides hot water for tea, hot chocolate, and other beverages.

Efficient Design for Easy Maintenance

The drip tray and 68-ounce water tank are removable for easy cleaning. You can also refill the water tank without removing it from the machine. Its high capacity means more brewing and steaming between refills.

Philips Saeco machines switch off automatically one hour after use.

Thoroughly Tested and Guaranteed

All Philips Saeco machines are tested with coffee. Although they have been carefully cleaned there might be some coffee residue in the machine. We guarantee however that the machine is absolutely new and recommend that you read the instructions before use.

The Saeco Via Venezia is backed by a limited one-year warranty.

What's in the Box

Saeco Via Venezia manual espresso machine (black), Ground coffee measuring scoop, pod filter and adaptor, removable water tank, and instructions.

 

 
Philips Saeco Via Venezia
The patented portafilter
ensures a great extraction of espresso.
Philips Saeco Via Venezia
Removable water tank
for easy cleaning and refilling.
 

 

 

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Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Shots are consistent, shots come out great, rich good cream/foam.
Tricia Roque
This Saeco is very similar to the Starbucks Barrista machine, as Saeco made that machine for Starbucks when they sold it.
Ira
Call Saeco customer service, and they tell me to take it to one of the recommend repair places.
Anakasha

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

81 of 83 people found the following review helpful By Ira on January 15, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
We have been making cappuccino at home for more than 30 years. With a machine in each of two homes, we have run through a fair number of them, as they generally last 5 to 7 years and usually repairs, if available, aren't worth the cost. This Saeco is very similar to the Starbucks Barrista machine, as Saeco made that machine for Starbucks when they sold it. The Starbucks machine was recommended to us years ago by a very good repair person who was unable to repair our Baby Gaggia for the second time, at a cost that made sense. She pointed out that the Barrista had a stainless steel boiler tank, an important dividing line in her estimation between machines that were more durable and those that were not. Starbucks no longer sells this model, although they do sell the Saeco Aroma under their house name. We initially bought a Saeco Aroma from Amazon, but returned it without using it because the plastic water reservoir was chipped in shipping. When we saw the machine we also concluded, however, that it was not like the Saeco Gran Crema machine we have in our other house and which we like but which Saeco has stopped making. The Aroma has a frothing wand that cannot be moved around and it is awkwardly placed. And it is pretty light, leaving me with the impression, unconfirmed, that it does not have a stainless steel boiler.

We then tried a Cuisinart, which we bought locally, and you can see my review of that machine here on Amazon. Cheaper than this Saeco but despite appearances of solidity it has serious quality control problems. Ours was among those that did not work properly and we returned it. Then we got this.

As I say, this is similar to the old Starbucks Barrista, but it has been updated a bit. It is a very sold, heavy machine and feels like it will last forever.
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71 of 75 people found the following review helpful By B. Moore on November 21, 2010
Color Name: Black
I am the proud owner of this machine for two years now. I was a barista at Starbucks at the time of purchase, so I really have a high standard not only of espresso quality, but also how efficiently I can make myself a latte, cappuccino, or macchiato in the morning.

A few things Saeco got right on this machine:
Simplicity of design: There are not so many parts that the user will be overwhelmed, which is especially encouraging when it comes to cleaning and maintaining. Most units that have too many parts either stump the barista on which attachments to use, or how to clean the machine and its parts without ruining it. There is a plastic 2 tbsp scooper, that doubles as a packer (although a little flimsy), as well as two types of adapters that your coffee grinds sit in, one for regular coffee grounds and one for individual espresso pods (if you don't have a customizable grinder at home, you can buy pre-ground espresso in packets).

The other main benefit of using this machine, is that you can customize how much espresso you want to pour. If you are the type of person that gets a triple-shot latte in the morning to get your day started, you can pour three shots (or almost 3 shots) before the espresso is what I would call saturated, at which point it doesn't produce the same strength of espresso after a little more than 2 full one-ounce shots have poured. Of course, this might be a little flexible depending on the grind and quantity of grounds in the hopper. This is the advantage of having this be a 'manual machine' vs an automatic, where serving size is pre-determined.

A couple things I've been disappointed with in this machine are its inability to pour shots while steaming milk simultaneously.
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33 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Mack on February 2, 2011
Color Name: Black Verified Purchase
It would probably be prudent to offer some background information on my 'espresso credentials' prior to getting to the bulk of my review. Knowing nothing about espresso preparation, I received a steam-driven espresso machine (Mr. Coffee ECM160) as a gift about a year ago. It was a great gift that introduced me to home espresso, although even upon first use I knew that it wasn't making 'true' espresso, I just didn't yet understand the underlying mechanics behind proper espresso extraction. A little research revealed the obvious difference between steam and pump driven machines. My desire to occasionally enjoy a straight shot of crema-topped espresso, in addition to various espresso-based drinks, pushed me to begin researching pump driven machines.

I hadn't come across this machine in my research, but instead I was introduced to Saeco's Via Venezia while visiting a friend's house. Seeing an appliance like this in action, and tasting the resultant espresso, is about as good a test drive as you'll get.

The made-in-Italy Via Venezia is a single stainless-steel boiler machine, driven by a 15-bar pump and features a pressurized portafilter - which ostensibly provides extraction that is less dependent upon grind size/consistency and tamping force. From my experience, the forgiving pressurized portafiliter lives up to its billing. Some home baristas dislike that it takes the user's control out of shot characteristics - but I appreciate its ability to provide great espresso without requiring every detail to be perfect - I get rich crema on every pull. With a single boiler, brewing and frothing must be carried out independently. I'm still able to prepare drinks at a decent clip as the machine reaches optimal temperature quickly.
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