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Elektra Sixties Espresso Machines
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Product Details
Overall Rating 9.3, Based on 2 Reviews
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Manufacturer Elektra SRL
Machine Type Heat Exchanger, saturated grouphead plumb in espresso machine
Colors Steel, Chrome, Brass, Copper
Class Semi / Automatic Heat Exchanger Boiler
Pro Review No
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Prosumer / Pro Espresso: Elektra Sixties
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A line of professional espresso machines designed by Elektra to evoke the simple lines of machines from the 1960s. These include 1, 2 and 3 group machines.

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Jason Brandt Lewis (quality: 8.0) 02.08.2009 Rating: 9.6
Product Reviewed: Sixties T1
Bottom Line: An indefatigable workhorse -- a Clydesdale sheathed in the body of a thoroughbred!
David Barr (quality: 4.3) 01.31.2014 Rating: 9.0
Product Reviewed: T-1
Bottom Line: Elektra T-1 at home. How lucky am I?
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