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Horwood Homewares SC63 375 ml 6-Cup Espresso Maker, Silver [Energy Class A+]
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- Celebrated retro design features
- Argon welded stainless steel
- Espresso Makers are suitable on ALL hob types
- Dishwasher safe
- Capacity; 6 cup/
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The quality of construction is marvellous, even better than I'd hoped; it is made from a very reassuringly heavy gauge of material throughout and everything fits together perfectly. It comes with a spare rubber seal and a tamping disc to pat down the coffee. It has a lifetime guarantee and if it didn't last a lifetime I'd be surprised. I read a review that suggested that the handle gets hot but have not found that to be the case.
The cup size delivered refers to the small espresso style cups (about 30 ml). I find that the six cup size makes a large mug, or two cups, of full flavoured latte.
This is not a cheap coffee maker but, it seems to me, it is good value.
I do have one small grumble - it should not be called a 6 Cup maker. Perhaps this is OK for very tiny doll's house sized cups. I find that this size model makes only one and a half mugs of coffee. With hot water and milk added I can make it do for two mugs. I couldn't use it when I have three or four friends for coffee. A very much bigger model would be needed. Therefore I have to say, do buy this wonderful little coffee maker if you are making coffee for one or possibly two every morning. Certainly do not buy the smaller model.
I have only given it 4 stars because of the confusing size-name
The pot was thoroughly cleaned before first use. Not thoroughly enough, the taste of the made coffee was awful and was discarded. Some black deposit was found under the rim of the thread on the inside of the base, probably cutting oil/suds. The next coffee still had a slightly odd taste but was drunk and neither my wife or I was ill.....
Subsequent brews continued to have something slightly odd in the smell and taste. A neighbour, a bit of a coffee enthusiast, was invited round to try a coffee from our new maker without telling him of our misgivings. He was polite but came clean when told what we thought; he thought it was dreadful.
The base was then filled with soapy water and boiled, followed by boiling diluted vinegar and rinsed. The base continued to have a definite smell of iron about it. On 'phoning Stellar its Chinese manufacture was admitted. I think that is the problem, nondescript steel. Stellar suggest that we return the pot to them to test. We haven't done that yet because it seemed only fair to give it time to make a half decent cup of coffee.
I cannot discover any more details about the materials used to make either the base or the top jug. The magnetic parts are the coffee container, the tamping disc and the base except for the screw thread. No one seems to know what the materials of the magnetic parts are, they're definitely not the preferred grade, 18/10 or 18/8 (304), for preparing and cooking food.
One of the companies that make good stainless cookware is WMF. We have a frying pan made by WMF in Germany.Read more ›
This does the job, and looks good whilst going it, if only the same could be said of its owner !
I'm very pleased and delivery only took about 24hrs!!! Amazing
Another reviewer said that the handle got hot... I didn't think so; not so much as to worry anyway.
Needless to say, the old Ali pot has been unceremoniously dumped in the bin... 'bout time too
Most Recent Customer Reviews
this item looks well made, however when wiping the interior of the lower part (the pot ) with a white cloth leaves a frightening black stain. Read morePublished 12 months ago by A Rawi
Superb build, superb taste, easy to clean, magnetic so when we get an induction hob it will still work, looks wonderful. any negatives, cannot think of any.Published on 19 May 2014 by M. Stokes
This is a great product it looks good and works very well, pours well too no dribbles. not cheap but worth the money.Published on 23 April 2014 by Karen
I simply don't understand all the 5 star reviews! I got one on the strength of the recommendations here. Read morePublished on 1 Sept. 2013 by Neil Ford
I love this coffee pot - and it works on my induction hob. I don't drink espresso very often, so I use this coffee pot to make 'Americano' coffee in two (usually) or three... Read morePublished on 21 July 2013 by Bionicwoman
Ok so we are not the best coffee making couple in the world. So this was a bit of an expensive gamble, we are now drinking coffee which would easily pass as coffee franchise... Read morePublished on 5 May 2013 by Mr Alex J Porter
Works well on induction hob. Great tasting coffee made quickly. Solid sturdy pot. Makes 2 - 3 mugs of great coffee (depending on size of mug! Read morePublished on 14 April 2013 by Suz