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Nemox Caffe Dell'Opera (Napoletana)
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Product Details
Overall Rating 8.2, Based on 10 Reviews
Avg Price $650.00
Manufacturer Nemox, Others
Machine Type Pump espresso, dual purpose boiler, built in grinder, steel, metal
Colors Steel and Black
Class Espresso Machine, Grinder
Pro Review No
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This is a combi machine, combining a conical burr grinder with a brass, dual use boiler espresso machine. Permanent froth aider. Formerly called the "Napoletana".

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Alan Chen (quality: 9.0) 01.28.2010 Rating: 9.2
Product Reviewed: Dell Opera
Bottom Line: If you can't afford a Silvia+Rocky, this machine is 9/10ths the performance at 1/3rd of the price!
Alec MacGill (quality: 6.0) 04.19.2004 Rating: 7.6
Product Reviewed: Quaha Napolitana II
Bottom Line: In its price range it, for us, left the competition behind being well built - it has put me on the road to understanding good coffee and more expensive kit when it kicks the bucket.
Andrew Sinclair (quality: 6.0) 02.27.2009 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: caffe Dell'Opera
Bottom Line: If you are in the market for a mid-range machine that you will love and will love looking at, buy it.
Cal Cotter (quality: 6.7) 08.03.2002 Rating: 9.2
Product Reviewed: napoletana II
Bottom Line: It is bit like a good sports car .. it's whats under the bonnet that counts and this has it!!
Greg Nash (quality: 4.0) 03.14.2010 Rating: 9.6
Product Reviewed: Caffe Dell Opera
Bottom Line: I'd buy this machine again in a second and recommend it to anyone. These have been compared to the Silvia and most say it's about 9/10ths as good, very well built with all commercial grade type parts. Grab one NOW!
Greg Pullman (quality: 8.9) 07.21.2002 Rating: 9.2
Product Reviewed: Napoletana II
Bottom Line: Unbeatable value for money; excellent results and quality. Highly recommended!
Ilkka Virjo (quality: 1.0) 06.19.2007 Rating: 4.2
Product Reviewed: Napoletana
Bottom Line: Don't pay attention to the ratings I give. Just FYI: The Nemox Napoletana (and Nemox Dell'Opera, Nemox Fenice, Nemox Junior) has a non-removable froth-aid device, which cannot be replaced with a traditional steam tip.
Jared Simpkins (quality: 6.7) 05.21.2006 Rating: 7.6
Product Reviewed: Napoletana / Mokita Combi
Bottom Line: Simplistic unit that does everything it is supposed to do, and nothing more.
Martinian Prince 07.17.2012 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: Dell Opera
Bottom Line: Simply the best all-in-one for the $400 pricepoint, the Nemox Dell Opera can meet the shot quality of a Silvia V3 and Rocky. True story.
Tim Collins (quality: 6.3) 07.26.2004 Rating: 8.4
Product Reviewed: mokita combi
Bottom Line: If you want value for money buy one. If you want looks spend another $500.
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