Model # EC155

Internet #202241174

DeLonghi Dual Function Filter Espresso and Cappuccino Machine
0044387221559

DeLonghi

Dual Function Filter Espresso and Cappuccino Machine

  • Compact design saves counter top space
  • 35 oz. water reservoir
  • Easy to use and clean
$8244 /each

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Product Overview

The DeLonghi 35 oz. Espresso Maker comes in black for a stylish appearance. This espresso maker is constructed with 15 bar pump-driven power for an authentic taste whether you are using coffee or pods. The 35 oz. water tank is removable for easy filling and cleaning. The swivel jet frother allows you to make delicious cappuccino, lattes or other milk and coffee beverages. A dual-function filter holder allows you to add 2 attachments for easy operation.

  • On/off switch and indicator light provide simple operation
  • 35 oz. water tank allows you to make plenty of beverages and is removable for easy cleaning
  • 15 bar pump-driven performance and self-priming operation
  • Dual-function filter holder allows you to add 2 attachments for convenience
  • Includes a removable drip tray for simple cleaning
  • Produce frothy milk for the top of your cappuccino with the swivel jet
  • 2 separate thermostats and adjustable steam emission provide precision espresso production
  • Constructed with a black body and a stainless steel boiler for a striking appearance
  • Adjustable steam emission
  • On/off switch with indicator light

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Customer Questions & Answers

Can one use the little already made containers to brew the expresso

Asked by: Stan
No you cannot
Answered by: Guardmanmagic
Date published: 2017-02-07

How many ounces of espresso per minute does this machine make?

Asked by: Elsombre
Mine fills a 1-ounce espresso cup in about 15 seconds, but I've never made more than two shots at once. My old machine -- same model -- took about 30 seconds for one shot after it was about 3 years old.
Answered by: JP
Date published: 2017-05-30

how do you use the froth swivel

looking at an espresso machine for my wife we have never owed one and we are curious as to how you get the froth i think i could figure it out but i just want to make sure before i order
Asked by: kendo
Here's what I do: For a cappuccino, fill about 1/3 of the cup with milk, for a latte about 1/2 the cup. Open the steamer valve for a second or two into an empty cup to let out the small amount of water that this machine has in the line at first use. Then stick the froth foamer into the milk, open the valve about a half turn (your mileage may vary) and start steaming -- lower the cup so that only a bit of the foamer is submerged -- when you have enough foam you can raise the cup to submerge the steamer until the liquid is as hot as you want, and close the valve a bit for less foam. One of the quirks of this machine is that nothing is very high off the counter, so you might want to put it on a breadboard or something.
Answered by: JP
Date published: 2017-05-30

is there a reservoir on this and how large?

35 oz. Espresso and Cappuccino Maker
Asked by: leonard
Yes there is, it holds a lot of water.
Answered by: Guardmanmagic
Date published: 2017-02-07
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Dual Function Filter Espresso and Cappuccino Machine is rated 3.9 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is my second of these. The first lasted for 3 years until the pressure began waning. But I u... This is my second of these. The first lasted for 3 years until the pressure began waning. But I used it at least twice a day for over 2000 cups of coffee in that time. I figure it saved me thousands of $$ over coffee house espresso, and a package of Cafe Bustelo costs about what one Starbuck's latte does. I'm good with what worked out to about $27 a year for the machine, so I bought it again, and the new one works fine. The machine has its quirks, though, as others have pointed out. You need to let the water out of the foam steamer for a second before using it, and I've found that you have to use a pretty dark roast to get a strong espresso. But other than that, it's a perfectly adequate, no frills espresso machine.
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This espresso maker is the best one I have ever had. It produces a great espresso and frothy the ... This espresso maker is the best one I have ever had. It produces a great espresso and frothy the milk quickly and it is very foamy. If you are looking for an espresso maker, forget the others and buy this one. Also, it shipped to us very fast.
Date published: 2017-02-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The best entry level espresso machine there is. It is not a lifetime machine, but will give you s... The best entry level espresso machine there is. It is not a lifetime machine, but will give you several good years service. The best bang for the buck and it does make great espresso.
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good coffee! Very good coffee!
Date published: 2017-04-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by from High quality results with bargain prices I've started every work day for the last 10 years with a shot of espresso. I've made espresso from stove top espresso pots, portable espresso makers, and espresso makers that cost more than my car. With that said, this DeLonghi espresso machine will give you the best bang for the buck. It produces a consistent brew and is ready to go in just a few minutes. I've made over 1000 cups of espresso or cappuccino with my machine and I've had no problems. I clean and descale the machine with vinegar every few months. The machine uses ESE pods so you don't need to grind, fill and tamp in grounds if you have access to pods. Something that's unique about this machine is that it produces crema (the blonde cream on top of the espresso). A lot of the higher end machines can't even do that! The frothing wand is good, but let it run for a few seconds before you froth to get the standing water out of the wand. If you make espresso often like me, this machine will pay for itself in less than 2 months.
Date published: 2013-06-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good espresso Love the cappuccino's I make. Holds enough water for a few days,nice and hot. Sometimes I just brew a mini-cup of coffee in it ! Steamer good. Nice froth in coffee.
Date published: 2015-11-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This small poppy make a job. As retired R&D professional I made side by side test for this poppy and Sirena (Starbucks designed by BMW espresso machine, $500). DeLonghi looks much less professional not so convenient and more primitive (sure, it cost five times less). But it makes espresso and cappuccino “testier”, richer.
Date published: 2013-05-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works great It makes great espresso. There is a learning curve on how to pack the grounds. Use finely ground coffee. The only negative, water pump is noisy and vibrates.
Date published: 2014-05-15
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