Bialetti Moka Express Aluminium Stovetop Coffee Maker (3 Cup) £16.99 @ Amaozn (+£4.49 Non-prime)
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Bialetti Moka Express Aluminium Stovetop Coffee Maker (3 Cup) £16.99 @ Amaozn (+£4.49 Non-prime)

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Posted 13th May
  • An evolution of the original Moka Express model created in 1933
  • Exclusive and easy-to-clean safety inspection value patented by Bialetti
  • Personalised coffee as the blend quantity and quality can be selected directly in the filter – makes 3 cups of espresso coffee
  • Made in Italy with food grade aluminium and heat resistant nylon
  • Product Dimensions: 14 x 13.5 x 9.5 - Wash by hand with warm water, Dry thoroughly with towel
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Aldi are doing these for £6.99, different brand but they do the job.
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Aldi are doing these for £6.99, different brand but they do the job.
Good price, this is the genuine article and if I needed one I’d personally much rather support an Italian company after the time they’ve been having there.
Anglemaster3313/05/2020 23:54

Aldi are doing these for £6.99, different brand but they do the job.


They had them reduced in the Exeter store to £1.99 last week. Picked one up and very happy with it.
Aluminium, you couldn't pay me to drink coffee that came out of this.
I would read up on the dangers of making hot drinks in aluminium before purchasing. They also do a stainless steel base version which I purchased in the past which is much better.
xboxonex14/05/2020 00:40

Aluminium, you couldn't pay me to drink coffee that came out of this.


Everybody's got a price for the Million Dollar Man.
iv got the rainbow version,best quality moka pot you can buy.
I am a great Bialetti fan but find the sizings misleading. Although this will produce 3 espresso cups in volume it is not espresso strength. My normal dose is the output from a 6 cup Bialetti, which makes a nice mug-full of good strong (but not espresso strength) coffee. Am I alone?
Edited by: "FF99" 14th May
Been using these for years to make espresso. They also last years.
FF9914/05/2020 07:15

I am a great Bialetti fan but find the sizings misleading. Although this …I am a great Bialetti fan but find the sizings misleading. Although this will produce 3 espresso cups in volume it is not espresso strength. My normal dose is the output from a 6 cup Bialetti, which makes a nice mug-full of good strong (but not espresso strength) coffee. Am I alone?


3 cup is a 2 cup in my experience. Also have a 6 cup which makes 2 large or 4 small shots:)
I've had a couple of non-Bialetti stove top espresso makers. And while they did the job the quality of Bialetti they were not.
As for making hot drinks in aluminium- depends what you choose to believe. I haven't come across any reliable research unequivocally confirming it is harmful in any way.
ThugBasher14/05/2020 00:39

They had them reduced in the Exeter store to £1.99 last week. Picked one …They had them reduced in the Exeter store to £1.99 last week. Picked one up and very happy with it.


Same here. I already have a Nespresso machine and an Aeropress but at £1.99 it would have been rude not to
FF9914/05/2020 07:15

I am a great Bialetti fan but find the sizings misleading. Although this …I am a great Bialetti fan but find the sizings misleading. Although this will produce 3 espresso cups in volume it is not espresso strength. My normal dose is the output from a 6 cup Bialetti, which makes a nice mug-full of good strong (but not espresso strength) coffee. Am I alone?


Sort of agree. We have 6 cup version which produces 3 good size servings. We need to put milk because its very strong.

So I would go roughly with 2 cups = 1 serving.
FF9914/05/2020 07:15

I am a great Bialetti fan but find the sizings misleading. Although this …I am a great Bialetti fan but find the sizings misleading. Although this will produce 3 espresso cups in volume it is not espresso strength. My normal dose is the output from a 6 cup Bialetti, which makes a nice mug-full of good strong (but not espresso strength) coffee. Am I alone?


I'm with you. I've got a 6 cup. I just drink it all from one big mug. It's def not espresso strength, but it's a hell of a kick in the morning.
These are £10 at Homesense
33six14/05/2020 10:46

I'm with you. I've got a 6 cup. I just drink it all from one big mug. It's …I'm with you. I've got a 6 cup. I just drink it all from one big mug. It's def not espresso strength, but it's a hell of a kick in the morning.


Good to know that I am not alone !
FF9914/05/2020 07:15

I am a great Bialetti fan but find the sizings misleading. Although this …I am a great Bialetti fan but find the sizings misleading. Although this will produce 3 espresso cups in volume it is not espresso strength. My normal dose is the output from a 6 cup Bialetti, which makes a nice mug-full of good strong (but not espresso strength) coffee. Am I alone?


It might be due to Italian measures being smaller? In my experience, an espresso is a lot smaller there than in the UK.
basergorkobal14/05/2020 08:18

I've had a couple of non-Bialetti stove top espresso makers. And while …I've had a couple of non-Bialetti stove top espresso makers. And while they did the job the quality of Bialetti they were not.As for making hot drinks in aluminium- depends what you choose to believe. I haven't come across any reliable research unequivocally confirming it is harmful in any way.


Was the Bialetti better for coffee or just better made?(confused)
fedex140114/05/2020 16:06

Was the Bialetti better for coffee or just better made?(confused)


Both. Better coffee is obviously subjective and prone to bias. But most importantly it was easier to make as the pressure in Bialetti seems higher and output more controlled. So it's easier to make coffee without the risk of boiling.
Seen this cheaper and it's better to get the stainless steel version
FF9914/05/2020 07:15

I am a great Bialetti fan but find the sizings misleading. Although this …I am a great Bialetti fan but find the sizings misleading. Although this will produce 3 espresso cups in volume it is not espresso strength. My normal dose is the output from a 6 cup Bialetti, which makes a nice mug-full of good strong (but not espresso strength) coffee. Am I alone?


No. I agree!
FF9914/05/2020 07:15

I am a great Bialetti fan but find the sizings misleading. Although this …I am a great Bialetti fan but find the sizings misleading. Although this will produce 3 espresso cups in volume it is not espresso strength. My normal dose is the output from a 6 cup Bialetti, which makes a nice mug-full of good strong (but not espresso strength) coffee. Am I alone?



No.
Didn’t know there’s an aluminium and a stainless steel version. So there’s a suggestion that aluminium is bad for you if you indirectly drink particles of it?
Something for induction?
Erni_e14/05/2020 20:56

Something for induction?


For induction you need the stainless steel version.
Sorry COLD. Bought the 6 cup one for 11.99 from Robert Dyas and it is still going well after a year.
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