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De'Longhi Espresso Machine w/ Cappuccino System + Milk Frother EXPIRED

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Amazon has De'Longhi Espresso Machine w/ Advanced Cappuccino System and Milk Frother (ECP3120) on sale for $63.99. Shipping is free. Thanks MrEspresso

Update: Now temporarily out of stock, but you may still order and it will ship once available.

Features:
  • 15-Bar Professional Pressure
  • Manual Milk Frother
  • 3-in-1 Filter Holder
    • Espresso Shot
    • 2-Shot
    • Easy-Serve Espresso Pod
  • Removable Drip Tray
  • Removable Water Tank
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This is a great little starter espresso machine. It's at it's best price ever at $63.99.

EVERY CUP TO YOUR LIKING 15-bar professional pressure assures quality results every time, and adjustable controls allow you to make modifications for your personal taste preferences
BREW LIKE A PRO Whatever your preference – single or double espresso, cappuccino or latte – the machine brews authentic barista-quality beverages just like you enjoy at your favorite coffeehouse
YOUR FOAM, YOUR WAY A manual frother mixes steam and milk to create a rich, creamy froth for evenly textured drinks – just the way you like them
ONE ESPRESSO SHOT OR TWO? The three-in-one filter holder, included with the unit, has a holder for one espresso shot, a holder for two shots, and one for an easy-serve espresso pod – whatever your preference
NO WAITING BETWEEN CUPS The Advanced Cappuccino System maintains the optimal temperature so you can brew cup after cup instantly
ACCOMODATES TALLER CUPS If you'd prefer a larger size beverage, no problem. The bottom tray of the unit is easy to adjust or remove to fit taller cups
SLEEK SPACE-SAVING DESIGN With a sleek profile, compact design and narrow footprint, each model fits beautifully on a kitchen countertop – without taking up too much space

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I had a similar Delonghi for a lot of years and I liked it a lot until it gave up the ghost. It's crazy cheap for a pump espresso machine. It can do ESE pods as well so that's similar to using single serve capsules.

If convenience is the primary factor the Essenza wins. Nothing is easier to use and clean, or faster. If you want to focus on making espresso from freshly ground top quality beans, and use ESE pods for convenience, it's the Delonghi. You can grind great beans and it will make a superior shot to most Nespresso, but you'll never get easier espresso than with the Essenza. The Essenza is so small you probably have room for both Wink

As a side, I like to do it a little differently. In the morning it's a cup of espresso from my capsule machine first (because it's so fast and easy), then a big cup of coffee with my Aeropress. I know, my screen name is Mr. Espresso, but I like a large cup of regular coffee too. I haven't found anything better for coffee than grinding fresh and using an Aeropress. Maybe there is, but nothing quite as simple in my book (way faster than pour over too).
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I don't how trustworthy fakespot is. Some people think they're helpful, I don't know if they are here.

De'longhi is an enormous small appliance manufacturer. They make tons of espresso machines (including many of the Nespresso), they may be the biggest. They make high end and low end. As to this particular model, I didn't read any reviews because I know what it is, a $64 pump espresso machine. It doesn't look a lot different from the EC155 that I have owned. If you get a good one that functions you're all set. If you don't, send it back, but they have been making these entry level espresso machines for a very long time. Will it make legit espresso? Absolutely. Nothing fake about that.
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Are you serious?

Don't know de'longhi?
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The price is very appealing. I jumped on Macy's Essenza Mini deal last week, and now I am wondering if I should try this instead. Confused
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The price is very appealing. I jumped on Macy's Essenza Mini deal last week, and now I am wondering if I should try this instead. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...questioned.gif
I had a similar Delonghi for a lot of years and I liked it a lot until it gave up the ghost. It's crazy cheap for a pump espresso machine. It can do ESE pods as well so that's similar to using single serve capsules.

If convenience is the primary factor the Essenza wins. Nothing is easier to use and clean, or faster. If you want to focus on making espresso from freshly ground top quality beans, and use ESE pods for convenience, it's the Delonghi. You can grind great beans and it will make a superior shot to most Nespresso, but you'll never get easier espresso than with the Essenza. The Essenza is so small you probably have room for both Wink

As a side, I like to do it a little differently. In the morning it's a cup of espresso from my capsule machine first (because it's so fast and easy), then a big cup of coffee with my Aeropress. I know, my screen name is Mr. Espresso, but I like a large cup of regular coffee too. I haven't found anything better for coffee than grinding fresh and using an Aeropress. Maybe there is, but nothing quite as simple in my book (way faster than pour over too).
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Do I have to use pods or capsules? Can I use raw fresh ground beans?
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not sure if this is a good deal or not... but I think I'm in the market for one of these. Thanks OP!
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Do I have to use pods or capsules? Can I use raw fresh ground beans?
It doesn't use capsules, but this is can be used for either, regular finely ground coffee for espresso or it has an ESE adapter to use ESE pods. They are standardized pods so there is a huge variety available. They normally have 7g of coffee in a preformed puck wrapped in a paper filter. ESE was created as an international standard for single serve espresso. It used to be more popular, but capsules have overtaken them. That said, they are made by almost every major brand of Italian espresso. ESE pods are pretty cheap too, cheaper than most Nespresso caps.

So there you have it, it's completely up to you. You can use fresh ground beans, pre-ground coffee, or ESE pods.
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Company Review Grade: De'Longhi
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Company Review Grade: De'Longhi
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Fakespot review grade
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https://www.fakespot.com/product/...less-steel [fakespot.com]
I don't how trustworthy fakespot is. Some people think they're helpful, I don't know if they are here.

De'longhi is an enormous small appliance manufacturer. They make tons of espresso machines (including many of the Nespresso), they may be the biggest. They make high end and low end. As to this particular model, I didn't read any reviews because I know what it is, a $64 pump espresso machine. It doesn't look a lot different from the EC155 that I have owned. If you get a good one that functions you're all set. If you don't, send it back, but they have been making these entry level espresso machines for a very long time. Will it make legit espresso? Absolutely. Nothing fake about that.
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not sure if this is a good deal or not... but I think I'm in the market for one of these. Thanks OP!
It is probably the cheapest pump espresso machine you will find from a major manufacturer. Some people may want to skip entry level. If you spend a more you'll get better quality, but I don't think that happens till you spend a LOT more. Most of these sub $200 machines make about the same quality of coffee. Some have fancier cases and a little nicer portafilters but the pump is the same. If you get a good one of these you'll get years of great coffee out of it. If you just want to find out if espresso is for you it's a Slick Deal.
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I say fakespot is fake. Here is the "LEAST" authentic review of this machine

"All you need for a perfect cup of cappuccino. The frother does a great job and is easy to clean. The only thing you have to do is decide whether you prefer pods or loose grind; it takes both. I found the amount of plastic surprising for a De'Longhi, but the quality was fine for the price. I had no trouble using my World Market beans ground finely. I loved the small footprint, and not having to go online for instructions. Overall a great mid-range espresso machine."

Let's analyze this:
All you need for a perfect cup of cappuccino - Well that's fake, it doesn't come with milk
The frother does a great job and is easy to clean - who knows, but maybe it does
They hit De'Longhi for a lot of plastic, check
It can use ground coffee or ESE pods, check
I had no trouble using World Market beans - Not exactly helpful, but sounds about right for someone who doesn't know a lot about coffee, and again, sounds real to me
Small footprint, check
Not having to go online for instructions - I assume they meant it comes with a decent owners manual...that's good
Overall a great mid-range espresso machine - The mid-range part is debatable, I think it's more lower level (but still good)

None of this review sounds fake to me.
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the review is mixed,is this good as a starter machine?Thanks.
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the review is mixed,is this good as a starter machine?Thanks.
IMO, as a starter machine it's hard to beat. There's a Villaware on Amazon for $49, https://www.amazon.com/Villaware-NDVLEM1000-Pressure-Espresso-Cappuchino/dp/B00A1V7F10/ref=sr_1_3?ke... [amazon.com]
but I would go with the De'Longhi.
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Are you serious?

Don't know de'longhi?
I can verify that they give away free products in exchange for Amazon reviews.
I'm pretty sure they're not supposed to do that anymore but I know for a fact that they are.
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