Capresso 3011.01 4-Cup Glass Replacement Carafe with Lid for Mini Espresso Machine
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- Measures 15 by 16 by 12-inch; 1-year limited warranty.
- Steaming wand froths milk for cappuccinos and caffe lattes
- Removable 53-ounce water tank; double brewing spout fills 2 cups at once
- No-mess, no-fuss: automatically tamps coffee and discards used grounds
- Brews from 1-1/2 to 12-ounce of espresso or regular coffee in seconds
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Professional-caliber espresso drinkers deserve a professional-caliber machine. Features automatic tamping, selectable coffee quantity, frother with latte setting and instant hot water release. Brews from 1-1/2-oz. to 12-oz. espresso or coffee. Double brewing spout adjusts for small or large cups. 1200-watt ThermoCoil for fast heat-up time. Imported.
By eliminating the usual fuss and mess, this 1,200-watt machine makes it easy to brew espresso and make cappuccinos and lattes at home or in the office. It's semiautomatic because all that's required is to fill the water tank, place ground coffee into a receptacle, and pull a lever. Within seconds coffee flows from the double spout, which adjusts for different cup heights, into one or two cups. No tamping is required because the machine tamps the coffee precisely and automatically. Nor is it necessary to clean used coffee grounds out of a messy filter holder, because there is no filter holder, and the machine automatically discards grounds into a waste tray. The tray also catches overflows, and a light shows when it needs emptying.
For steaming and frothing milk to make cappuccinos, lattes, and hot chocolates and for delivering hot water for tea, there's a wand that rotates out to fit inside a pitcher or cup. The coffee receptacle accepts 7 to 15 grams (one or two fillings of the included scoop), and the powerful pump supplies enough hot water each time to fill cups from 1-1/2 ounces to 12 ounces, which means it will make a big mug of regular coffee as well as an espresso. The 53-ounce water tank is transparent for water-level monitoring. Water heats quickly thanks to the 1,200-watt heating coil, and a thermostat light shows when the water is hottest. The machine has internal storage for the power cord and comes with clear instructions, drink recipes, and a one-year warranty against defects. --Fred Brack
Top Customer Reviews
No baskets to mess with and clean after each use. Turn it on, drop your coffee into the funnel with the provided scoop, give the crank arm a quarter turn, press the lever down, push the dispense button and you are in business with espresso being dispensed in seconds.
Cleaning is simple (I do it twice a week) and only takes about 30 seconds. Push button to remove top, rinse top under running water, wipe inner platen (I use a paper towel and a pastery brush) to remove any latent grounds, replace top. When using, spent grounds fall into an internal bin. To empty (about twice a week for me), just remove and dump into trash -- 10 seconds at most.
Great espresso with rich thick 'crema'. I make shots, lattes, and cappuccinos and it is never a chore. Milk type products can be heated and even frothed with built in wand. The wand will also heat liquids (tea, soup, etc.).
Some 'one star-ers' talk about problems, plastic, rusting, etc. Not here. From reading what they said it looks as if they are not following directions and are blaming the machine rather than themselves. Some need to use the proper coffee grind; some, I suspect, don't clean their machine properly. Notice all the 5 star reviews from others. My device is well built and sturdy and shows no sign of wear even after two years. It's one of the best pieces of kitchen equipment I own.
You really can't imagine how nice this is unless you see it in action. There are videos on [...] and on the mfgr's site which you should look at. If you see one demonstrated at a friend's house you will so impressed that you will buy one immediately.
The repair comes in -- frother doesn't work. I call them back and they replace again. Guess what? Frother doesn't work, again!
I like the machine a lot, but no one should have to deal with a 75% out-of-the-box defect rate and a major failure after 18 months. The product is nicely designed, but poorly built and has very poor repair quality control.
I can not recommend it.