Rated 1 out of 5Â by Susie52 Looks smart but that's about it!
Looks nice, but makes a racket, takes ~5mins to make a shot of espresso, and quality of espresso isn't consistent.
I may have received a bad product though; had to return it after 6 months when it started leaking water everywhere, turning itself on randomly and not heating up when actually turned on.
Would not recommend; deLonghi is about the same price, go for that!
Rated 1 out of 5Â by pcjd Very disappointed
Am just about to return my second Krups machine in 18 months as the steamer part becomes faulty very quickly. Such a shame as the self tamping is a great feature and the machine produces a very good crema.
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