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Wacaco Nanopresso Portable Espresso Maker, Upgrade Version of Minipresso, 18 Bar Pressure Hand Coffee Maker, Travel Gadgets, Manually Operated, Compatible with Ground Coffee, Perfect for Camping
|Item Weight||388 Grams|
|Item Dimensions LxWxH||3.35 x 3.35 x 7.48 inches|
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- No battery/electricity need/Manual operation only! Nanopresso is one of the best and most versatile espresso machines. Built around a newly patented pumping system, the Nanopresso is capable of reaching, with the help of your hands, a maximum of 18 bars (261 PSI) of pressure for unparalleled coffee extractions qualities.
- Achieving the perfect espresso shot is far from easy. The Nanopresso works best with finely ground coffee that is tamped hard. Thanks to its innovative construction and easy operation, Nanopresso will help you brew perfect cups with a nice and dense crema layer every time.
- It is delightfully easy to operate and simple to use. The Nanopresso requires 15% less force to pump compared to previous models (1st generation Minipresso). When necessary, every components of the portafilter are easily separated for deep cleaning.
- Note: Accessories are sold separately! You can buy Nanopresso NS Adapter or Nanopresso Barista Kit accessories separately in order to use Nespresso** Original capsules and most of compatibles or make double espresso shots. Nanopresso Protective Case also can be purchased from Wacaco.
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|BARISTA TOWELS PACK||NANOPRESSO NS ADAPTER||NANOPRESSO BARISTA KIT||NANOVESSEL||Nanopresso S-Case|
|Description||Take care of your portable espresso machine, contains 2 black cloths||Allows Nanopresso to be compatible with NS Capsules||A larger water tank(140ml/4.7 fl oz)+3 filter baskets, allows Nanopresso to prepare double espresso||Keep the water hot for hours (210 ml / 7.10 fl oz)||Protective case|
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|Remark||Can get it free: add a Minipresso / Nanopresso machine and a barista towel to the cart, then create the order and buy them together||NS Adapter is an accessory, can only be used with Nanopresso series||Barista Kit is an accessory, can only be used with Nanopresso series||Nanovessel can be mounted directly onto the Nanopresso series and used as a large insulated water tank||Nanopresso S-Case is specially designed to fit around the Nanopresso.|
|Dimension||28x28 cm / 11x11 in||66x62x62 mm / 2.60x2.44x2.44 in||150x62x62 mm / 5.90x2.44x2.44 in||146x62x62 mm / 5.75x2.44x2.44 in||185x77x72mm / 7.23x3.05x2.85in|
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And this little gadget delivers the goods. All you need, other than espresso, is a way to boil water. So any camp stove will do the trick in the outdoors and you can normally get hot water at any hotel that makes tea available.
The actual process of making an espresso with this is not terribly complex. You add hot water into a little reservoir, then run it through the machine by pumping it a dozen times or so to get the insides hot. Then repeat the process with espresso added into it. The whole procedure takes less than 5 minutes and it is not at all hard to master. It is a little fiddly, but not excessively so. You just pump slowly until the water is used up. It even has a little cup for you to drink the espresso from built right into it. The whole thing is quite ingenious and everything is nicely made.
I just used the illy espresso in the silver can, and the espresso this thing makes using that coffee is honestly pretty good. Even preheating the machine, you will want to drink it immediately, as it is not exactly scalding hot when it comes out. I found it very smooth and pretty similar to what my basic home machine can do with identical coffee.
Now, here is the big limitation. If you are home or somewhere with a sink, the next step after enjoying your espresso is to go to the sink and take everything apart, rinse it all off, and then put all the pieces in the dish rack to dry. Realize that there are a lot of pieces and some of them are rather small: Water reservoir, pump section, coffee holder, steel filter/dispenser end, cup, and measuring cup. But under running water it takes just a moment to rinse everything out and lay everything out to dry. So in your house, the clean up is not much worse than what it takes to clean your regular espresso machine. You mainly just have to be careful of the small pieces.
But nobody is buying this to make espresso at home, it is for traveling. How are you going to easily handle the clean up of all those pieces if you are backpacking or camping? Or even in your hotel room if you are going to be checking out in half an hour? The answer is that you really can't. You'll have to pack it up dirty or at least a bit wet inside and wait until you are somewhere where you can properly clean it and let all the little pieces sit out to dry. I suppose you could wash and then hand dry every little piece, but you are now starting to get into a level of hassle that I am not sure most people will really want to deal with. And the design doesn't make it easy to hand dry the pieces even if you wanted to.
Now I am still a fan of this thing, because it does what it promises, and it does it well. It is still coming with me when traveling in civilization, but I am less excited about even car camping with it, and I think it is just too fiddly for backpacking, even if one was inclined to carry something this heavy into the backcountry.
At the same time there are several reasons why I did give it four! out of five stars. So after that large list above, why do I still give it four out of five stars? First it makes a mean cup of Joe baby! Second, it’s a very visceral experience, especially if you purchase a good manual Burr grinder with variable coursenesd ability. Third, this is a must have when camping and or traveling to rural places where you cannot get a good cup of coffee. I love the crēma that this device produces.
Warning, when you first purchase this device and start developing your own technique, be careful of the amount of the coffee that you drink. This is going to be stronger but much richer tasting coffee. When you get to your third and 4th cup you can really overdo it.
The manual grinder I use allows to manually set the courseness of the grind of the coffee. I grind it to, just a fine enough degree, where it won’t put the grounds into the coffee. In other words, as fine as I can do it without putting gritt into the coffee. The second major part of my technique, is when pumping to create the pressure, I stopped pumping just win a little bit of the first amount of coffee starts to drip out. Then I stop and let it steep. For the exact same reason why you would let coffee steep in a French press.
-The water reservoir is only plastic and does not feel like it fits tightly when you twist it into place, the plastic just sort of feels like it’s giving way instead of really locking in.
-Also, it only fills that little demitasse cup, that it comes with, about half full.
-And lastly, it is a bit awkward to hold, I find you kind of have to hold it in one hand. I broke my hand a couple of years ago, it’s just not the same as it was but, for me and my goofy hand the pumping part was hard.
It is a pretty fast process though, which I appreciated, heating the water was the longest part.
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This little thing now comes with me everywhere. Makes excellent espresso. Also able to buy an attachment for neaspresso capsules and a barista kit to increase capacity for 2 people.
First coffee I made was a mess. Ground coffee all over the place. Took a couple of shots (excuse the pun) to get the measures right and the fee for it. Would recommend pumping hot water through first. Don’t know why, but seems to give the next cup and awesome crema!!
Don’t think about it, but it!!
Durability. Feels sturdy, not easy to brake. Pump make bit of noise and my wife could hear it from another room. She asked me wants what is this sound.. So.
Its easy to use after.
Biggest issue for me is.. Amount of coffee u actually get from it. I know its espresso but its really not much of joy of coffee after whole process to made it. I think that double espresso should be standard here not somthg u need to pay 30£ more. Cause price for that rising much and we have, 90£.
I bought that cause of portability. Im renting flat where I dont want to buy espresso machine which when I spend 90£ with double espresso extension I could.
So overall, Plastic but feels good quality. It works. Pretty good coffee but quantity is not enough.
It takes a bit of practice to get the grind and the fill just right but when you do, it makes the best, the smoothest coffee ever with perfect crema.
I haven't solved is how to get the coffee from the grinder into the basket without making a big mess.
I would like the design to include an easier way to pop the used coffee out of the basket. I put my mouth over it and blow it out but there must be a better way.
These slight irritations are nowhere enough to detract from the pleasure the Nanopresso gives me.
As a bonus, for the £59 I spent, that's equivalent to 12 days of coffee shop coffees at a rate of 2 coffees a day - so it's brilliant vfm too.