This stainless steel EC860M espresso coffee machine from Delonghi has a 15 bar pressure with a professional frothing attachment to create the perfect tasting espresso coffee or latte. It features a convenient drip tray and is suitable for use with both ground coffee and Easy Serving Espresso coffee pods.
HWD: 32 x 27 x 30cm
Thermoblock heating system ready to use in 40 seconds
15 bar professional pressure
Stainless steel body and fascia
Illuminated flow stop buttons, to choose your favorite drink (one or two cups of espresso coffee, cappuccino or hot water) in a simple and intuitive way
De Longhi patented 'Automatic cappuccino system': to obtain real cappuccino and latte macchiato automatically into the cup or glass at the touch of a button
Adjustable tray height for glasses up to 10 cm tall
This appliance can use either ground coffee or 'Easy Serving Espresso' (E.S.E.) pods
Professional bronze-cast filter holder for ground coffee and pods with crema device for 1 or 2 cups, and a dedicated E.S.E pod filter (3 dedicated filters)
Self-priming system means the machine is always ready for use
On/off switch with indicator light
Removable water reservoir: 1L
Removable drip tray with water level indicator
Active cup warmer
Optional water filter
Energy Saving function (class A+)
Professional frothing attachment for manually frothing and heating milk and creating latte art
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