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Krups XP2000 Series Combi Espresso Auto Drip
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Product Details
Overall Rating 4.8, Based on 6 Reviews
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Manufacturer Krups (China Origin)
Machine Type Combination espresso and drip brew machine, pump driven, thermoblock, glass
Colors Steel / Black
Class Espresso Auto Drip Combo
Pro Review No
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Consumer Espresso: Krups XP2000 Series Machines
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A small lineup of machines introduced by Krups in 2006, featuring both an auto drip coffee maker and a pump-driven, thermoblock controlled espresso machine. Both semi-auto and automatic models are available.

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Bart Van deuren (quality: 1.5) 12.22.2007 Rating: 9.0
Product Reviewed: XP2000
Bottom Line: good low cost machinery
Paul Isacs (quality: 7.0) 01.30.2008 Rating: 6.8
Product Reviewed: Krups XP2000 Series Combi
Bottom Line: Good machine so far .. note- keep it descaled .. use good water. I would recommend to friends.
Jeannie Jacobs (quality: 10.0) 05.07.2008 Rating: 4.6
Product Reviewed: Krups XP2010
Bottom Line: Makes great tasting espresso...for about two weeks.
Clare Randolph (quality: 10.0) 10.07.2012 Rating: 3.2
Product Reviewed: XP5220
Bottom Line: A pretty-looking machine that has a zero IQ
Tony Lawrence (quality: 8.0) 12.26.2007 Rating: 2.8
Product Reviewed: ZP2000
Bottom Line: Cheap? cheerful ? and a waste of money -I should have saved up for a Silvia or Expobar. No such thing as a free lunch . You CANNOT make decent coffee with such a cheap machine
Jill Galusha (quality: 8.0) 03.07.2008 Rating: 2.6
Product Reviewed: XP2010
Bottom Line: Piece of junk, steamer dysfunctional after 6 mo - although regularly maintained. Run, don't walk away.
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