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A pump machine is the most traditional and well-known way to make espresso, using the filter holder and ground coffee. The De'Longhi EC820.B 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 EC820.B Pump-Driven Espresso Maker, in a contemporary black and chrome finish, can make coffee using 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 heat and create a rich and creamy froth. The self-priming system keeps the EC820.B ready for use at all times.
Easy to use, with just two control dials needed for operation: one for steam/hot water delivery and the second to control coffee delivery. This machine has a front loading 1 Litre water reservoir with a water level indicator and optional water filter for the perfect coffee result and can extend the life of the machine. It also comes equipped with a deep, removable dishwasher safe drip tray.
The EC820.B also features separate thermostats for the coffee and steam, a cup warmer tray, and a coffee measurer with built in tamper.
|Cappuccino, Latte Macchiato, and Caffelatte |
Cappuccinos, latte macchiatos and caffelattes can be made using the traditional milk frother to froth the milk. Using fresh, cold milk (semi-skimmed or skimmed works best), you can select the correct steam pressure and manually steam the milk in a barista fashion to create the perfect froth.
|Rapid Espresso |
Ready to use in only 40 seconds thanks to the thermoblock heating system. Thermoblock heating systems are an advanced type of boiler that can accurately control the temperature of the water, giving you that perfect coffee result. It also saves energy by heating only the water you use.
|Filter Holder |
EC820.B allows you to make excellent crema-rich espresso or a smooth cappuccino with the gestures typical of a barista, thanks to the 500 gr professional chromed solid brass filter holder. Designed to be used both with ground coffee or ESE pods, the filter holder is equipped with 3 interchangeable stainless steel filters to prepare one or two coffees at once, when using ground coffee, or to use the ESE pod. The special design of the filters delivers a thick velvety smooth crema to the top of your coffee. The “end-stroke lock” mechanism ensures that the filter holder is perfectly attached to the machine body.
|Cup Warmer Tray |
So that the cups are always ready for use and coffee enjoyed at the right temperature.
|Water Filter |
Water tank frontal removal, for the maximum ease of use. Optional water filter, helps to reduce limescale and improve the quality of coffee and the machine performance.
this is a tremendously good bit of coffee kit. We had a Gaggia Classic before but it went wrong in many ways (steamer broke, then the thing blocked entirely) we threw it away and... Read morePublished 1 day ago by mr
First class quality coffee every time. I am thrilled with this and would certainly buy the same againPublished 9 days ago by Mike Mendoza
Well packaged and included two sets of coffe capsules ♡ perfect for one or two people. Love this coffe machine ~ however I do want to say that don't clean it with bleach because it... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Alex A.
I am so far extremely pleased with this purchase. It's very easy to use and always produces amazing espresso. The milk frother works well and is also simple to operate. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Daniel Bolton
Very simple and easy to use. Makes fantastic coffee equal to costa. The Instructions are poor as it all hard to follow diagrams. Read morePublished 27 days ago by stephen callaghan
I got this for my mum, I love it. Home done cappuccino for breakfast, espresso for lunch and an afternoon latte without leaving the house. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Andi
The "new" machine arrived in it's box which had obviously been opened. Had it been tested? Was it "New"? Read morePublished 1 month ago by Edward