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Cuisinart EM200U Espresso Coffee Maker Chrome


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  • 15-bar pump
  • Easy-to-use stainless steel frothing arm
  • Large transparent water tank
  • Programmable cup size function
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Technical Details
Brand Cuisinart
Model NumberEM200U
ColourSilver
Item Weight9 Kg
Product Dimensions32 x 32 x 38 cm
Volume Capacity2 litres
Power / Wattage1000 watts
MaterialStainless Steel
Special FeaturesMilk_Frother,Removable_Tank,Programmable,Cup_Warmer
  
Additional Information
ASINB001GQ3E82
Best Sellers Rank 335,657 in Kitchen & Home (See top 100)
Shipping Weight9 Kg
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Date First Available10 Jan. 2008
  
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Product Description

This stylish machine effortlessly creates your favourite cup of coffee in the comfort of your own home. Programme a single or double espresso exactly as you like it, or indulge in a frothy cappuccino or latte. The product can also be used with soft pods.

The stainless steel nozzle and frothing jug make frothing milk preparation quick and easy and also provides hot water for tea drinkers too. Cups can be warmed on the warming plate before serving and there is a removable drip tray and cover for easy clean up. Delicious coffee-shop quality coffee in your own home.

Manufacturer's Description

This stylish machine effortlessly creates your favourite cup of coffee in the comfort of your own home. Programme a single or double espresso exactly as you like it, or indulge in a frothy cappuccino or latte. The product can also be used with soft pods.

The stainless steel nozzle and frothing jug make frothing milk preparation quick and easy and also provides hot water for tea drinkers too. Cups can be warmed on the warming plate before serving and there is a removable drip tray and cover for easy clean up. Delicious coffee-shop quality coffee in your own home.


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Customer Reviews

3.5 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By Arthur Rodd on 3 Aug. 2009
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Pros: HOT coffee at last. (Taylors Rich Italian is delicious)
You can set your cup size.
Great steamer & HOT water.
Stylish push button machine that performs very well but:

Cons: Like all of these machines it's not quick especially if the whole
family want a cup of delicious coffee, you can understand why they
invented instant!

On the engineering front the coffee basket sometimes gets stuck in
the machine when you remove the basket holder. Also the tiny rubber
grommets on the drip tray tend to fall out during cleaning.

My previous machine was a Dualit which looked great but vibrated so much that the cup danced away from the coffee nozzles. Also you had to stand by the machine and stop the coffee flow manually. Coffee not as hot as the Cuisinart either.
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79 of 82 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Taylor on 26 Oct. 2009
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I'm hesitant to write a review so soon after receiving the machine but I have to say I'm impressed.

I've owned Rancillio, Gaggia and DeLonghi machines previously and after being used to using a professional machine I've found them all disappointing... especially when it comes to steaming milk.

I do have some reservations about the machine...
1) The plastic insert in the portafilter is not exactly the most authentic and
2) the steaming wand has a metal sheath over it with a little hole that seems designed for inexperienced users to get some kind of froth more easily. I found it useless though.

So, I ditched the metal sheath and found a pretty conventional metal steaming wand. Not the little short stubby kind that you find under Gaggia's panarello attachment either. Very pleased.

So I filled it up with water (which is stupidly easy on this machine with the removable, back-mounted resevoir) and switched on. I've not got access to a decent grinder at the minute so I can't test it properly but it has produced some pretty decent espresso's so far.

It has a manual button so you can control the flow of water yourself or there's a one cup and two cup setting like you'd expect on an automatic professional machine. The espresso appeared with a decent crema (even if the water seemed to flow a bit too freely through the coffee... need to experiment more there) and it tasted good. Not a "god shot" but it was pallatable.

When you're done making espresso, press the steam button and wait for it to heat up to temp which is quite quick. When the light stops flashing you're good to go.
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52 of 54 people found the following review helpful By sunshine on 8 May 2010
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I researched this product thoroughly. When I went shopping in a department store I would quiz the salesman about each item them sold. What a pain I must have been! Why did I do this? BECAUSE I LOVE GOOD COFFEE.
The cuisinart em200u came top of my list even if price was no object, which it was. I would have Costa deliveries if it wasn't.

The look: excellent, sleek, easy on the eye. neat not too flashy

The design: everything was to hand,
the steaming wand was all metal even had a little tag so that I would not burn my fingers.
the water container comes off to take to the tap.
the coffee producing bit was high enough to get a reasonable height container under it:
the drip tray all metal removes completly to rinse and clean.
The top of the machine warms up gently to warm your cups.
It has 15bars of steam. I could carry on

Function: Ah this is the bit they forgot about.
first machine: followed simple instructions, Steam proceeded to come out of the front,where the switches are, followed
alarmingly by hot water. the machine then made a grinding noise and would only turn off at the plug. When I did this water
then emerged from the base of the machine. returned to amazon, via DHL, as easy as pie.

second machine: worked brilliantly. beautiful coffee. bit of a fiddle, but that is what expresso is about. a rich taste
followed by abit of clearing up. 10 days on: no manual light. does this matter? not when I can take solace by drinking
more coffee. Then the steam wand stopped producing water, it produced steam but its other function is to produce
beautifully hot water, a function I use.
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27 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Tony H on 7 Sept. 2009
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We bought the Cuisinart coffee-maker to replace a similar Krups machine which failed after just over 3-years' use. The Cuisinart is working very well so far (we have only had it a few weeks) making good espresso coffee (nice crema, etc) very easily. It has some advantages over the Krups - the coffee-filter holder handle has a sliding clip making emptying it simpler, the drip-tray is very easy to empty (the Krups was very difficult), it has a conventional milk-frothing pipe rather than the stange plastic tube of the Krups and it looks much nicer with its stainless-steel finish.

All-in-all we like it - but will it last longer than three years - let's hope so!

---- UPDATE: 16 Dec 2012

Well, well, well - a few weeks after the end of the Cuisinart 3-year guarantee the machine has failed with, I think, the pump packing-up. So, it did last three years but not much more. How many stars? Five stars when it was working but Zero stars now! Reading about these machines, it seems three years is the expected lifetime! Is this really good enough? Anyway, nothing daunted we are trying another from Krups. Next update in 2015???
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