Espresso machines brew coffee by forcing near boiling pressurized water through ground coffee to produce thick, concentrated espresso coffee. The type of espresso machines we are looking at use Thermoblock* technology making them smaller and much cheaper than a conventional boiler. Some espresso machines can be a little messy but are worth it for a decent coffee. So if you want control over your espresso, these pump coffee machines are ideal. Designed for home use so very easy to use, you don’t need to be a barista to get the most from the machines.

Delonghi Dedica Traditional Espresso Machine

Delonghi DedicaThis slim line Delonghi Dedica traditional pump espresso machine will be a firm favorite in any coffee lovers kitchen. It has a high quality metal body, chrome finishing and professional filter holder. It has rapid heat up system so is ready to use in 30-40 seconds and maintains the perfect temperature throughout.

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Smeg ECF01 Espresso Coffee Machine

Smeg Retro Espresso machine

Smeg’s 50’s Retro Style range is a modern interpretation of traditional appliances that have over time become real cult objects. The Smeg Espresso Machine comes with 3 interchangeable stainless steel filters, simple control system with one-touch settings and an integral cup holder/warmer. With it’s curvaceous retro styling and chrome accents the Smeg ECF01 Espresso Coffee Machine will look superb on your worktop.

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*What is Thermoblock technology?

Thermoblock machines heat the water as it is used making them smaller and much cheaper than a conventional boiler. Single thermoblock machines allow you to heat the water for espresso, then immediately for steam and quickly back for another shot of espresso by passing the water at different speeds through the system. This ensure required temperature is perfect every time.

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