November 1, 2006

Krups 4050 Espresso Machine

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The Krups 4050 Espresso Machine is a nicely designed espresso maker with a stainless steel front panel and features that back up that pretty face. The noteworthy feature of the Krups 4030 is that its a programable espresso machine, capable of customizing its buttons to give you the cup size and strength of your espresso. The unit comes three portafiler inserts capable of making espresso as singles, doubles or with ESE pods. The machine has a great storage system for the spare inserts, just flip up the water refill cover and the inserts slide into tracks on the underside of the lid. This 15 bar pump-driven espresso machine comes complete with a 1200 watt heater. A 32 ounce water reservoir lets you run for many many espressos before refilling. Finally, the Krups 4050 has an automatic frothing attachment that allows you to drop a tube into a container of milk, and automatically draw the milk up, and froth it right into your cup. Nice!

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Posted by Scott Martin at November 1, 2006 9:36 AM
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