De’Longhi EC155 15 BAR Pump Espresso and Cappuccino Maker

De'Longhi EC155 15 BAR Pump Espresso and Cappuccino MakerDescription

The very word “Espresso” suggests a tasteful and classy treat. Want a convenient way to prepare creamy froth with ease? This De’Longhi Espresso and Cappuccino Maker is the answer. Simple to clean thanks to a removable 35-ounce water tank. Enjoy delicious espresso made to your personal order. You can choose to brew ground espresso or E.S.E pods with the unique patented dual filter holder. The choice is yours. You can enjoy espresso or cappuccino at the perfect femperature every time. The only dismaying note: those cute little cups don’t come with the unit. But I found some great demitasse cups at my local Big Lots outlet that perfectly match the unit.


Features

  • Use convenient pods or ground coffee with the patented dual function filter holder
  • Easily prepares latte and cappuccino with the swivel jet frother, for perfect drinks every time
  • Eliminate annoying start-up preparation with the self-priming operation
  • Always brew espresso at the perfect temperature with two separate thermostats, which allow for water and steam pressure to be controlled separately
  • Enjoy delicious espresso for years to come with the durable, high-quality stainless steel boiler and 15 bar pump pressure
  • Coffee cups not included with the product

Details & Price

This product was manufactured by Delonghi.

Brand: DeLonghi
UPC: 044387221559
List Price: $140.00.
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New Price: $83.98 Only 15 left
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3 thoughts on “De’Longhi EC155 15 BAR Pump Espresso and Cappuccino Maker

  1. Jennifer Smith

    I love espresso, and this little baby makes a great cup. Here are a few points that might be useful for you to know:

    Good points:
    *It doesn’t take up too much room on the counter and looks nice with it’s silver metal accents.
    *The water reservoir is a good size, you can make about 8-10 shots before you need to refill it, which is very easy to do, and there is a clear section behind the basket which shows the water level.
    *Fast heat-up time (only about a minute), good frothing wand, no wait time between frothing and brewing (though you do have to wait a little between brewing and frothing).

    Be warned:
    *Frothing wand is only 3 1/4 inches from the counter top. Not a big deal, I just went and bought a frothing cup that is about that height.
    *Distance from grounds basket to tray is only 2 1/2 inches, I usually use a small espresso cup.
    *Built-in tamper sucks, buy a good metal one.
    *You don’t end up with a nice dry puck, the…

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  2. OhioGardener

    First, a couple of disclaimers:
    1. This is the first pump-driven espresso machine that we have owned.

    2. We generally drink cafe Americano, which is an espresso with a little added hot water (or cold water with an iced Americano). We make an occasional cappuccino and have thus used the steam wand, but not extensively.

    After doing a cost/benefit analysis in regards to our current cafe Americano habit (~10 per week), we realized that there would be some justification to buying a home unit. We first considered the Breville ESP8XL Cafe Roma Stainless Espresso Maker, but reviewers consistently lamented the unit’s tendency to clog the filter, necessitating time-consuming cleaning. Also, not being completely sure that we would actually use the espresso maker, we balked at the $250 price tag.

    We also considered moving up to one of the superautomatico machines that grind, tamp, brew and dispose of the grinds, but we worried about the reliability of…

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  3. Maddi the Pup

    I was always skeptical of expensive espresso machines and wondered why anyone would pay hundreds of dollars for an expensive machine. It turns out that the more expensive and quality machines are “pump-driven” rather than the typical “steam driven” found at your local Wally World and such. A pump driven machine will hit pressures 4-5 times greater than that of a steam driven machine and gets much better extraction from the espresso grinds (better flavor) and are the only machines capable of generating the “chrema” foam at the top of the espresso.

    The DelLonghi EC155 is an excellent budget machine found for under $100 that is pump driven. I was happy with my old steam driven Delonghi, but once I received this I realized that I didn’t even know what I was missing. This espresso is as good or better than anything you’ll get in a nice Italian restaurant or at your local Charbucks. The chrema that this thing produced is flat out great (you’ll get a nice 1/4 layer of tasty…

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