8.8, Based on 48 Reviews
Pump, Heat Exchanger, Reservoir / Plumbed, Commercial Espresso Machine
polished steel, black
Semi / Automatic Heat Exchanger Boiler
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The Livia is one of the most successful "prosumer" machines on the market, by virtue of their being on the market for a long time, long before the new breed of prosumer machines started showing up.
Bottom Line: Small, compact, attractive, reliable, competent machine with slightly dated, but functional technology.
Bottom Line: I currently have a ESE setup for my Livia 90 and I am interested in trading my portafilter and group head for a traditional portafilter and grouphead that would accommodate grinds. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if interested. Thanks.
Robert Malinowski (quality: 1.1)
Bottom Line: Whatever you do, do not purchase this machine.....
Jon Levine (quality: 2.2)
Bottom Line: Makes good coffee, but you have to work at it.
Ron Stavis (quality: 2.3)
Bottom Line: Excellent machine. Makes great espresso or cappacino
Kirby Colas (quality: 2.4)
Bottom Line: A phenomenal machine (if you decide to afford it)
Jim (quality: 3.0)
Bottom Line: Buy it, its the best thing on the market.
David Surber (quality: 3.0)
Bottom Line: A great machine that keeps on going
Dan Streight (quality: 3.5)
Bottom Line: This is a great unit for the home enthusiast. I can not figure out why these things cost so much compared to other pieces of kitchen equipment, tool
Kedar Roy (quality: 3.5)
Bottom Line: Excellent machine. Well built, attractive and fairly easy to use.
Bill Balint (quality: 3.8)
Bottom Line: Breaks down a lot; difficult and sometimes impossible to repair--I'd avoid it if I were you.
Thomas Cirillo (quality: 4.3)
Bottom Line: generally good espresso...finicky, very sensitive to water quality;question of long term robustness of machina
Rob (quality: 4.5)
Bottom Line: Among the best machines designed for home use.
Neil Blumenfield (quality: 4.6)
Bottom Line: Great espresso maker.
Charles Chapman (quality: 4.9)
Bottom Line: Quality, Looks, and Simple to use. At 2 dollars a day this machine is paid for, even if I got it at a sale. If you drink expresso or expresso drinks each day, this is the one.
Marc Berrenson (quality: 5.0)
Bottom Line: Worth the hefty price tag in every way.
Ron Eversole (quality: 5.5)
Bottom Line: What a new begining it was when I purchased my first Espresso machine, especially a Livia 90
Ken Wallace (quality: 5.5)
Bottom Line: Quality construction, good looks, but potentially costly to repair if it breaks. A few quirks but capable of making excellent espresso once you get to know it.
Dwight Anderson (quality: 5.8)
Bottom Line: expsensive but worth the money - excellent unit
Chris A (quality: 6.0)
Bottom Line: Super shots, super steaming, super looks, super price! Anyone can make a perfect shot of espresso or milk-based drink with this machine.
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