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This is a very slim espresso maker, made in Hungary by Nespresso. The U measures only 4.5 inches wide and comes in 8 finishes. In the heart of the Nespresso U is the 19 bar pump, enabling you to enjoy delicious, coffee shop quality ristretto, espresso, cappuccino and lungo. Basically, the U turns you into a professional barista.
Posted February 12, 2013 12:41 PM
This is one simple coffee machine that lets you have all sorts of sophisticated coffee specialties with a light tap of a fingertip on its touch-sensitive control panel. The fully automatic TURMIX Just Touch does it all and is as easy to use as you could wish for. The user-friendly touch screen allows you to select your favorite coffee specialty as well as other options like cleaning, descaling, etc. It also has icons that remind you to refill water and replace the water filter.
Posted January 8, 2013 9:09 AM
Available in black, red, white and anthracite, the Coffee To Go is portable battery operated espresso machine from Trisa. It can deliver 16 espressos per battery charge, using standard ESE pads. The Coffee To Go espresso machine comes with 350 ml removable water tank with water filter, removable drip tray for easy cleaning and travel case with belt. In case you forget to switch it off, To Go shuts off automatically after 7 minutes of doing nothing. If the battery gets completely flat, you should not draw any coffee during the first 30 minutes of charging. The battery is completely charged when the indicator light goes out. If the water level is too low, an acoustic noise sounds and the machine cannot be switched on. Price is 500 CHF. Trisa.
Posted December 16, 2012 1:31 AM
Espresso on the Go becomes espresso on the Drive, with the Handpresso Auto, an innovative portable coffee machine that makes a cup of premium espresso in your car or on the boat. And please, do not attempt to make it while driving, stop somewhere for that perfect coffee break.
Posted December 7, 2012 8:57 AM
You can now buy OTTO 240 volt, specifically developed induction cooktop for AU$195. The 110 volt US version will be available somewhere in the middle of 2013. The US customers can buy the OTTO espresso maker now and use gas while waiting for the induction hob. The shipping to the USA is AU$155. OTTO itself sells for AU$800.
The best position for a gas flame is within 1.25" radius of the OTTO center. Focusing heat as close to the center of the boiler as possible delivers the best results.
Posted November 6, 2012 12:20 PM