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De'Longhi ECP31.21 Traditional Pump Espresso Machine £67.99 @ Robert Dyas (free click+collect)
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De'Longhi ECP31.21 Traditional Pump Espresso Machine £67.99 @ Robert Dyas (free click+collect)

£67.99£79.9915%Robert Dyas Deals
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Posted 28th Nov 2019

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This traditional pump espresso machine features a professional filter holder which can produce either one or two espressos, meaning you can brew your perfect cup just like your favourite barista. With a cappuccino system which blends steam, air and milk to create creamy froth you can craft foamy cappuccinos and silky lattes. To save energy, this machine boasts an auto-off system which means it will switch off after nine minutes of inactivity – all you need to do is grab your espresso and run out the door!

Features and Benefits
  • Cappuccino system – Which mixes steam, air and milk to create rich and creamy froth.
  • Professional filter holder – So you can brew like a barista.
  • Auto-off system – After nine minutes of inactivity, to save you time and energy.

  • Weight: 4kg
  • Voltage/Frequency: 220-240V / 50-60Hz
  • Input power: 1100W
  • Heating system: Stainless steel boiler
  • 1/2 cups filters x 3
  • Maximum cup height: 90cm
  • Pump pressure: 15 bar
  • Removable drip tray and water tank
  • Water Tank Capacity: 1.1L
  • Body material: Plastic
  • Dimensions: H30.5 x W18.5 x D24cm
  • Colour: Black
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singhisking6828/11/2019 18:47

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"Please note this item is excluded from any discount by promotion code or voucher in store and online."
Seems to be a fair few machines around based on this basic setup.
You get 15 bar which... isn't stellar but... equally makes a perfectly good espresso.

The machine has 2 settings, one for hot water one for steam (varies the amount of water let into the heating chamber as far as I can tell) then a dial on the front you twist one way for steam and the other for hot water. It acts a little "weird" if you set the button for steam and twist the dial for hot water and the same with the other "wrong" combination but... other than that, absolutely trivial for use.

They're simple and work VERY nicely. Anyone wanting to replace pods with minimum fuss... this is a very reasonable step up.

I've found mine seems to prefer a VERY fine grind (practically dust) for best strong coffee. The Lavazza Rossa stuff and similar are about £3 for... probably a good 30 double espresso or whatever else you want to make. The steamer works absolutely fine for frothing milk and.. yeah, generally recommended. Mine makes about... 3 cups a day of all sorts. Never sure what I'll make till I start
Edited by: "llamaalarmallama" 29th Nov 2019
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