Hamilton Beach 40792 Espresso & Cappuccino Maker, Black

August 18, 2018 - Comment

Take the next step in your pursuit of the perfect cup with the 15-Bar Italian Pump Espresso. You choose either finely ground espresso or a pod, add a tablespoon of espresso or a single pod for each shot and brew with a simple flick of a lever. Unlike other high-tech machines that can be difficult

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Take the next step in your pursuit of the perfect cup with the 15-Bar Italian Pump Espresso. You choose either finely ground espresso or a pod, add a tablespoon of espresso or a single pod for each shot and brew with a simple flick of a lever. Unlike other high-tech machines that can be difficult to operate and cost thousands, the Hamilton Beach Espresso Maker has patented slide & lock technology that makes achieving cafe-quality results practically effortless.

Product Features

  • 15 bar Italian pump for excellent extraction and rich crema
  • Patented Slide & Lock filter holder makes setup easy
  • Swiveling steam wand for steaming and frothing milk
  • Removable water reservoir and drip tray.Make sure that the coffee grounds are not overpacked in the filter
  • Pressure pump for excellent extraction and rich crema

Comments

CarolynH says:

Love this machine!

Mr. J says:

Big disappointment. Very disappointed. I have purchased many of the pump-based low-end espresso makers over the years. My basic conclusion has been that if you drink a lot of espresso, the low end units will only last you about a year. So, I consider them disposable and figure I’m out $100 bucks or so annually, or if I get lucky and the unit breaks before warranty expires then maybe I get a replacement and get close to two years out of my original purchase. Between my wife and I, we draw about 1500 cups a year, which seems to be the life cycle of these lower end machines.For the past few years, I have been using the Mr. Coffee ECMP50. For all its faults, it draws a solid cup of espresso. The issue is reliability. The units usually start leaking after about 6-8 months, and the boiler goes out w/in 12-14 months.So….I was super excited to try out this new Hamilton Beach 40792 unit.Aesthetically, the unit is very nice. Appears to be solidly built, looks great. The…

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