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De'Longhi EC860 Espresso Maker
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- Patented Automatic Cappuccino
- Professional Filter Holder
- Always have a warm cup ready with the cup warming tray
- Traditional milk frother for hot water and steam
- Energy saving function
- Utilize De'Longhi's call center for customized help setting up and maintaining your machine at 1-800-322-3848
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Italian manufacturer De'Longhi created the Dedica Cappuccino Pump Espresso Machine with Automatic Cappuccino System to allow you to enjoy authentic Italian barista-quality drinks at home. Experience the simple pleasure and ritual of manual espresso preparation, enhanced by the patented one-touch De'Longhi automatic cappuccino system. Get rich, and creamy cappuccino every time.
Patented Automatic Cappuccino System
Design your espresso experience in one touch. It's easy to enjoy your favorite barista-quality espresso drinks, including cappuccinos, lattes, and Italian macchiato with rich, thick, long-lasting foam.
Use Ground Coffee or Easy Serving Espresso Pods
Scoop your favorite ground coffee into the filter basket, or choose from hundreds of Easy Serving Espresso (ESE) Standard coffee pods produced by some of the world’s best-known coffee companies, including Illy and Lavazza.
Detachable Steam Wand
The steam wand lets you froth your own milk for espresso drinks or hot chocolate. Alternatively, detach the steam wand and replace it with the Automatic Cappuccino System, which froths the milk inside the milk container at the touch of a button.
Electric Cup Warmer Keeps Drinks Just the Right Temperature
In professional barista setups, the water boiler inside the espresso machine heats cups resting on top of the unit. The EC860 replicates that functionality with an electric warmer, so you can prevent your hot drink from being ruined by a cold cup.
Water Reservoir with Filter
The Dedica Cappuccino comes with a water filter to help prevent normally occurring calcium deposits in tap water from building up and impeding your machine’s performance. The filter extends the machine’s lifespan and produces a cleaner-tasting beverage.
Flow Stop and Temperature Control
Using the EC860’s programming menu, you can set the amount of coffee in each drink as well as the temperature of water used to make your coffee. The machine stops brewing by itself, thanks to its flow stop technology, making it easy to brew the ideal espresso or cappuccino.
Removable Drip Tray and Cup Stand
The drip tray catches and contains runaway water, milk, and coffee, keeping unwanted liquids off your countertop. The cup stand slides out to accommodate a taller glass.
What’s in the Box
Dedica Cappuccino, tamp, coffee scoop, milk container, water container, portafilter, portafilter baskets, descaler, and water filter.
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De'Longhi Die-Cast Pump Espresso with Cappuccino Featuer
All stainless steel pump espresso maker that brews both ground espresso or ESE pods and features patented automatic cappuccino system - the only pump espresso maker with integrated milk tank.
- Product Measures: 10.5x12.2x12
- Manufactured in: Imported
- Material: Stainless Steel
Made in the USA
Top Customer Reviews
Perhaps it's too early for a review, but after over two months I have been using the machine 4 or 5 times per day. I will agree that the "steamed milk" is a bit different with the frother on here, but I have no complaints about it. And, since it is so easy to use I find that it has almost replaced my regular coffee maker.
To repeat several others, the coffee is not as hot as I would like (nor is it when I buy a drink from a coffee shop). It's easy enough to microwave for 15 seconds before drinking.
It did take me some trial and error to come up with the best grind of coffee. Buying beans and using the espresso grind I got almost no coffee at all - the grind was too fine. I thought the next coarser grind ("fine") was not fine enough. Now I grind 2/3 of the beans as "fine" and 1/2 as "espresso" and mix together. Seems to give me the best brew results.
Based on my experience I would heartily recommend it.
However, as much as I like this machine, I do have a few design complaints (hence 4 stars). 1) As many people have said, the clearance you get under the portafilter for your mug is terrible, even with the drip tray adjusted to the lowest setting. If you have anything more than a 4" mug, forget it.Also, if it's not narrow at the bottom and can fit on the little removable tray part, 4" may be too tall. 2) As pretty as the chrome finish is on this, the drip tray gets scratched up to high heaven by your mugs. Mine looks terrible now, and I've only had the machine a few weeks. Maybe it would have been better to have a black finish on this part rather than the chrome. And lastly, the manual frothing wand/panarello works great, but it's quite short. The only adjustment is tilting it sideways. I have a small frothing pitcher Frothing Pitcher, X-Chef Stainless Steel Milk Pitcher 10 oz with Measurement Marks that is only about 3.5" high, so if I don't put more than 4 oz of milk in it, the panarello doesn't reach into the milk because the edge of the pitcher hits the rather large, angled base of the panarello. If I tip the pitcher at a weird angle, it will work, but it's less than ideal. Would I say it's a deal-breaker? No, as I tend to use the automatic frother 90% of the time. I'd like to see a more adjustable panarello; either change the shape of the base that attaches to the machine to give you more clearance, or make the wand portion of the panarello adjustable as I have seen on other machines (can slide up and down to accommodate shallow/deeper pitchers). I don't think a pitcher any larger than the one I have would fit unless you have a LOT of milk in it.
All in all though, especially for the price, this is a great home machine that gives you a lot of bells and whistles without having to go to a fully automatic espresso machine, which can be super expensive. Plus, I already have a good grinder, so I didn't need to spend the extra money on a fully automatic for something I already have.
Moving on to the operation, after removing, reading the instruction booklet and viewing the enclosed DVD, I proceeded to make my first cup of latte. I used the standard preset setting for running the first 4 cups of latte, as stated, then as my wife prefers just a bit more milk and coffee, I re-programed the machine following the directions. I made my 5th latte and it came out perfect, and it taste great!!.. The important thing to remember is to follow the directions, and you won't be disappointed. (Note! I had trouble viewing the DVD, at first. I quickly found out that it was formatted for a Blue-Ray player.)
The only reason I didn't give a 5 star rating was because of the packaging. Only time will tell if there was any underlying damage. I will update in 2 or 3 months to give you a follow-up.