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Expobar Lever Semi-Auto Espresso Machine
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- E61 Brew Group.
- Heat Exchange Boiler System - NO WAIT for steam.
- ALL Stainless steel housing - Beautiful machine to spotlight on your counter.
- Commercial portafilter - For the best extraction of espresso.
- Large 12 oz Brass boiler - you won't run out of water while steaming, and can brew multiple shots with little recovery time.
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The Expobar Office Lever espresso machines is a welcome addition to the Expobar line. Its traditional styling, compact size, and commercial strength make this a leading competitor in the semi-automatic lever operated espresso machines. The commercial style copper boiler has all the features that are found on larger commercial machines. It allows simultaneous brewing and steaming, enabling smooth operation. It has both a steam wand and hot water dispensing wand that adjust laterally so that they can swing in either direction for easy access. With commercial capabilities its size makes it convenient for those who want great espresso without sacrificing a large amount of counter space. It is 15” tall, 10.25” wide and 17.5” deep. The E61 brew group provides pre-infusion and a thermal siphon for maximum temperature stability and aroma extraction. The eye catching highly polished steel housing is as durable as is it beautiful. The accessories include a chrome plated brass portafilter, tamper, single shot filter basket, double shot filter basket, backflush disc and a 7 gram coffee scoop.
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If you want the machine to function optimally like it was designed to do ask WLL to not install a flow restrictor. With it in, the machine runs too cool even with an hour warm up, and forget about quick follow-up shots--unless you like light color crème and a weak taste.
This machine is designed to perfection in Spain or Sweden specifically for the home brewer. Turn it on, wait 15 minutes, flush and pull a shot, turn off. Simple. Have a guest? No problem. Repeat several times, flushing between shots to cool the group head and turn unit off. Want to entertain guests all day? Get a commercial unit. Don't adulterate a beautiful machine by plugging up the very well thought out siphon flow with a piece of junk plastic!
And get the "plus" version to plumb it into a water line--flush away!
Expobar ***** 5 stars!
WholeLatteLove * 1 star, for appeasing the idiots.
The machine is pretty big - it looks large on my counter and I have a very big, modern kitchen. My wife made me move it to a less obvious location because it seemed a little oversized for the spot my Gaggia Classic used to reside. The design is nice - completely stainless. The lever seems so much better that pushing a button to pull a shot. You'll get the same results, but it feels more "classic". The hot-water wand competes with the lever for space so you'll neet to orient it out to the side when pulling shots, but it doesn't drip so no worries. The drip tray is very large - it'll take the entire water resevoir. BTW, the resevoir has no indicator when it is low, and you have to take the cup warmer off to fill it. Get a funnel.
I'd prefer to have a group pressure gauge, easy access to OPV and boiler pressure controls. But you'd pay an additional $300 for a machine with those features.
Note, the boiler is 1.8 liters (60 oz), not 12 oz as the description says.
You must keep track of the water level so it does not stop during operation. Best espresso I have ever made at home. Oh it is paired w/ the Ceado E5P