DeLonghi ECO310BK Espresso Machine
This 15 bar pump driven espresso machine has an adjustable frother that includes a special chamber that mixes steam and milk to create a rich creamy froth for the ideal cappuccino, latte or any other frothy milk coffee beverage. The patented Sempre Crema Filter, used with two measures of ground coffee, enhances the brewing process to produce a perfect crema for authentic espresso. The E.S.E. (Easy Serving Espresso) filter, used with pods or one measure of ground coffee, makes espresso preparation simple and convenient. Two thermostats control water and steam pressure separately, providing the right temperature for espresso and cappuccino. The espresso maker also features a 48-ounce water tank with level indicator, large removable drip tray for easy cleanup, and a stainless steel boiler. Measures 12" H x 9" W x 10" D. UL listed. Model #ECO310BK.
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Excellent Product - great bang for buck My wife recently got this for me on a recommendation from my cousin to her. Two of my relatives have the same machine but an older model. So far I love it. I haven't purchased/used pods for it but having the option to use pods is nice. I use italian ground espresso in the machine and have been making regular espresso and cappuccino's. The espresso has a very very nice crema on the top when both shots are poured. For under $250 this machine is excellent and serves my purposes very well. I don't think giving 1 star for it not working when you got it is right. Give it a second shot, you might have gotten a lemon which can happen with all products. I have had zero issues thus far. December 28, 2012
Don`t Buy Item did not work right out of the box, Returned for refund. June 23, 2012
Great! (almost out of the box) I love this machine. But I had trouble initially. This is my 2nd machine. I returned the first because the pump would not suck water from the water tank into the intake valve, not even when I took off the water tank and tried to pour small amounts of water in at a time (I found that suggestion on Amazon). I returned the first one. (Many thanks for BB&B's wonderful return policy.) When the 2nd machine arrived the same thing happened. In frustration, I let it sit out of the box for three days before trying again as a last attempt before returning it as well. This time I poured a small amount of water into the intake valve. The water just sat there until I put my finger on the little prong in the middle of the valve and wiggled it. Success! I poured a little more, wiggled, and the machine sucked in the water again! I placed the water tank back on, making sure it was seated well with the prong pushing up into the water tank. From then on the machine has worked just fine. I get great espresso and the milk frother is wonderful! As others have suggested, do make sure to pull 2 shots of just hot water, swirling the hot water around the cup to warm it. Then pull your espresso shot. It really makes a difference in keeping your drink hot. January 8, 2012
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