This EC155 pump espresso machine from Delonghi comes in a stylish matt black and stainless steel design with a 15 bar pump pressure. It can serve up to two espressos or filter coffees at a time and has a frothing arm for cappuccinos or lattes.
Stylish matt black and stainless steel finish
15 bar pump pressure
Removable 1 litre water tank
Filter storage compartment
Water boiler which at the touch of a button, switches between espresso and steam production
Professional filter holder and tamper for perfect crema
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Regular Guy A very good starter Espresso machine
This is a very good basic machine, suitable for those who want to get into espresso coffee making at a budget price. Although it is basic it makes good coffee. Had it for four years and have just upgraded to a more expensive machine that makes admittedly better coffee. This apart, you get what you pay for, but it is a really good starter machine !
Rated 5 out of 5Â by Uncik This product has fashion design and easy to use.
This product does what it has to. I did not try latte jet, but I enjoy double espresso each morning.
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Ruby Very good
It's easy to use and it's not big good size for small place
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