De’Longhi Traditional Pump Espresso Coffee Machine ECC221.R

September 25, 2017 - Comment

Product Features Use ESE pods or ground coffee with the patented dual function filter holder. Cappuccino system means it mixes steam, air and milk producing a rich creamy forth Cup shelf On/off indicator light Filter holder with crema device

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(as of March 7, 2020 10:05 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Product Features

  • Use ESE pods or ground coffee with the patented dual function filter holder.
  • Cappuccino system means it mixes steam, air and milk producing a rich creamy forth
  • Cup shelf
  • On/off indicator light
  • Filter holder with crema device

Comments

Paul Fletton says:

Makes great This is in constant usage, my wife loves it . Makes great coffee

EmmaB says:

Excellent value, looks smart, does the job Purchased to replace previous De’Longhi espresso machine which only failed as an internal valve was leaking and couldn’t be accessed for repair. This model is an improvement in that is has an on off switch! Arrived with a cracked water reservoire, and an email to the manufacturer saw a replacement arrive within days. Reservoire is a decent size, and a full size mug can be used should you wish to start off an Americano in it.

Review Name says:

But if you are looking for milky coffees and use a decent coffee bean it will do just fine. It is also very quiet which seems an … Bought for work. It does a very reasonable latte. I wouldn’t have it as my home machine, I have a De’Longhi bean to cup for that. But if you are looking for milky coffees and use a decent coffee bean it will do just fine. It is also very quiet which seems an odd comment but I’ve owned and used a couple of espresso machines and they can be very noisy indeed. 5 stars for value here looking at some of the other rubbish that costs a lot more.

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