November 20, 2012

Delonghi EC-702 - Stainless Steel Espresso Machine


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The DeLonghi EC-702 is a sharp looking machine, ticking off a lot of the features that you need to get authentic espresso in an easy to use machine at home. No, it's not push button automatic, but it does have the features that you need to extract good flavor, and steam milk for a nice Latte.

With a 15-bar pump, the extraction pressure is sufficient to create that creme layer on top of your espresso, in its easy to use portafilter - add grounds, tamp and extract. The stainless steel boiler keeps things tasting clean, and the cup warmer helps you serve espresso at the right temperature. Especially good in the wintertime. The EC-702 also uses the ESE Espresso pods.

This is in the sweet spot for consumer espresso machines; full featured enough to get you a good coffee, but not so expensive as to break the bank.

It happens to be on sale now with a $20 rebate (through 12/31), selling for $139 at Amazon , after rebate.

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Posted by Scott Martin at November 20, 2012 12:01 PM
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Scott Martin: Erik, Answering a few questions: So the whirring is definitely read more
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