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Product Details
Overall Rating 5.5, Based on 6 Reviews
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Manufacturer Delonghi
Machine Type steam, semi auto, 1.5 bar, carafe, electric moka,
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Delonghi is one of the market leaders in steam driven, electric moka pots (also called "espresso" machines).

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David Rawlings (quality: 5.0) 05.16.2001 Rating: 8.8
Product Reviewed: DeLonghi Cafe Parma
Bottom Line: Good, solid machine for heavy milked or chocolate drinks, at a very low price..
Digital Bean (quality: 7.0) 12.04.2000 Rating: 6.0
Product Reviewed: Delonghi Steam Espresso Machine
Bottom Line: WAYYYYY better than a drip brew.Inexpensive, Easy to take apart,When Mixed with a good grinder  its better.
Rick Wayne 11.15.2006 Rating: 5.0
Product Reviewed: EC5
Bottom Line: Typical entry level steam machine that makes the bitter ashtray tasting espresso most people are used to but fun enough to use to learn on.
Louis Gaudry (quality: 4.0) 09.28.2001 Rating: 4.8
Product Reviewed: Delonghi BAR11
Bottom Line: Frustrating, try a better bargain
John LaBella (quality: 5.0) 07.03.2000 Rating: 4.4
Product Reviewed: Trieste
Bottom Line: Good for infrequent use. or wanting one unit for everything.
Matt Kiessling (quality: 7.0) 01.16.2002 Rating: 4.0
Product Reviewed: Trieste
Bottom Line: Can make passable coffee, but over-priced and flimsy.
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