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De'Longhi EC330S Machine

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RRP: £159.99
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  • Pump-driven machine with 15 bar pressure
  • For use with either ground beans or easy serve pods
  • Built-in manual steam pipe for frothing milk
  • Self-priming system, stainless steel boiler, 1 Litre water tank, cup warmer, removable drip tray and Crema filter holder
  • Simple 3-button operation
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Product details

Instruction Manual [PDF]
  • Product Dimensions: 28 x 20 x 30 cm ; 4.8 Kg
  • Boxed-product Weight: 5 Kg
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  • Item model number: EC330S
  • ASIN: B000C3MLJS
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 1 Jan 2006
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (290 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 58,036 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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Product Description

Product Description

A pump machine is the most traditional and well-known way to make espresso, using the filter holder and ground coffee. The De'Longhi EC330S with professional-level 15 bar pressure offers the ideal introduction to the world of coffee and a hands-on Barista experience in your own home.

The EC330S Pump-Driven Espresso Maker, in a stylish brushed stainless steel finish, can be used with both ground coffee and ESE (Easy Serving Espresso) pods for added convenience and makes both espresso and cappuccino. The cappuccino system, based on an in-built manual frothing arm, mixes steam, air and milk to create a rich and creamy froth. The self-priming system keeps the EC330S ready for use at all times.

Easy to use, with just three buttons needed for operation (on/off, coffee and cappuccino), this machine has a transparent 1 Litre water reservoir that can be refilled at any time, a stainless steel boiler for longer life and a deep, removable drip tray.

The EC33OS also features a cup warmer, built-in coffee tamper, adjustable steam emission and separate thermostats for the coffee and steam.

Box Contains

  • 1 x Coffee machine
  • 1 x Ground coffee measuring spoon
  • 1 x Filter holder
  • 1 x 1-cup filter basket
  • 1 x 2-cup filter basket
  • 1 x Full product instruction
  • 1 x Fitted UK plug

  • Customer Questions & Answers

    Customer Reviews

    4.1 out of 5 stars

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    284 of 286 people found the following review helpful By Simon-E on 23 Jun 2008
    I decided to buy an Espresso machine after a friend at work bought one. I'm not an Espresso drinker but I love Cappuccino. I bought a £40 machine but found that the milk device was not a proper Pannarello system i.e. steam blowing through a pipe, but rather a heated plate with a daft spinning blade in the tube. Also the other parts seemed cheap. All my fault, I should have done some more research. I returned that item and bought the DeLonghi EC330. Now this is much more like it. Heavy and mostly stainless steel. The parts are much better quality and construction and the instructions are far more thorough. The whole thing is verging on the professional (from the point of view of a coffee novice anyway!)
    Negatives - as listed below, the machine is quite noisey but I like that as it gives it a coffee shop atmosphere! The gap for the cups is quite small which is ok for espresso but you need low wide cups for Cappuccino. The steam spout is quite low so you need a small jug or have to place the machine at the edge of your work surface to get under it.
    Positives - Clear and thorough instructions, professional quality feel to all the parts, easy to use (especially the included Illy pods). Makes lovely coffee and the milk steamer is so easy to use.
    This machine looks impressive and gives great results and it feels like the real deal - don't be fooled by the cheaper imitations.
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    26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Paul M on 7 Jun 2011
    I had ummed and ahhed about getting a coffee machine for home, the wife wasn't that keen to have a hulking machine making mediocre coffee hanging around the kitchen. So when I turned 40 a month or so ago, I thought, I'm old enough now to make my own decisions (after checking that was ok!), and I set about doing some research to see what to get. I had a budget so wasn't going to go mad in case the wife was right, but having looked at the machines in an electrical superstore and read a number of reviews I ended up going for the EC330s. Firstly it's really quite small and looks good and not plastic like many others, so aesthetically it's a winner for me. Most importantly, for my taste, it makes great coffee. I prefer my milk slightly coffee flavoured and it makes as good a latte as I've had anywhere and the wife has taken to having a shot of espresso with a drop of cream. It took me a bit of fiddling to get going but we get really good coffee every time. We used to be regulars in the coffee chains in town, sometimes even going in just for a coffee, but since getting this machine we've only been once as we prefer our own. Now if I could only perfect the flat white...and some of that milk art....
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    93 of 97 people found the following review helpful By Lorimer Watson on 10 Jan 2009
    I got this for Christmas and have used it every day since. The first espresso and cappuccino I made were well nigh perfect. Then I got complacent and started to make mistakes which resulted in many disasters before I learned to follow the instructions to the letter and now both espressos and cappuccinos are consistently good and getting better all the time.

    I chose this model (which my wife then bought me) due to it being top of the list of Best Buys in the recent Which? report which has been mentioned by another reviewer. I certainly do not regret the choice - espressos have a good stable crema and the frother works like a dream quickly heating the milk and producing lots of very stable froth. Sure the pump is a little noisy but so what as it's only on for a few seconds. The vibration is certainly there but not enough to to move either espresso or cappuccino cups as others have found. Also yes, the stainless parts of the machine do mark quite easily but a quick wipe with a damp cloth soon sort that out.

    The manual is a little vague in places, especially for using pods and also refitting the steam nozzle after cleaning. When using pods it's essential that the paper border surrounding the pod is away from the filter seal - if not the filter holder will leak. When refitting the steam nozzle the offset portion of the nozzle should be toward the front or the nozzle shroud cannot be reseated properly. Despite these minor shortcomings I give this very good value machine 5 stars with no hesitation.

    Having now used this machine for over 6 months I can still say it makes superb coffee but one niggle has become apparent which is a little annoying.
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    209 of 220 people found the following review helpful By Neurotypical on 25 Jan 2009
    I have had this machine for a month now, on the plus side it makes a fantastic coffee and the milk frother is simple and easy to use and gives a good frothy top to the coffee. There are however a(more than a) couple of downsides to it, I am not sure if these are general problems or if I have a dodgy machine.

    When switching the machine on, water tends to drip from the milk frother and even if the nozzle is positioned over the drip tray, it does drip on to the work top.

    When switching from coffee to milk frother, water drips from the boiler outlet (I removed the filter holder and the water was coming from the outlet rather than being the remaining water in the filter holder)At the moment I have a pint of liqiud a day in the drip tray - using the machine about 6 times a day, and the amount in the tray is increasing.

    The filter holder tends to retain a great deal of water making it difficult to clean if needing to make more coffee.

    The filter holder leakes when using pods

    I recently changed from coffee from shop bought and used an espresso coffee bought and ground in a specialist coffee shop, and found the coffee took ages to come through with very little crema on top

    I have spoken to the deLonghi help line who have said that some 'dripping' is normal but have advised me if it is excessive to return it.

    I am reluctant to do this as this machine makes a great coffee, it is quick and easy to use, and it froths the milk as good as any coffee shop. Having had at least 4 coffee makers, this makes the best coffee by far.
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