Dualit 84202 Espressivo Reviews
Product Type: Dualit coffee machines
Description:Brand: Dualit / Type: Manual / Removable Water Tank: Yes / Capacity: 1.5 Litre - Pop up drip tray indicator / Designed for the coffee enthusiast, the Espressivo delivers the ultimate cup every time, with each component crafted to ensure a deliciously rich ... more
Dualit 84202 Espressivo ... flavour / From the 15 bar pump delivering the optimum pressure needed to create a perfect crema, to the Thermobloc water heating system providing instant hot water and on demand, Dualit have thought of everything / Even the er nozzle frothing up milk into fluffy foam for your cappuccino is easy to use, with the minimum of fuss and mess / Not only is the Espressivo sturdy and durable, working hard to make you the ideal cup of coffee, it packs an equal punch in the style stakes with all the design attributes you would expect from Dualit / Sleek curves, tactile materials, chunky dials and a compact size make a winning combination / Short name: Dualit 84202
Newest Review: ... prefer speed over quality, so if I am honest it spent the first few months as an ornament. With its sleeks chrome design is ... more
Customer Dualit 84202 Espressivo Reviews (9)
by - written on 29/12/11 (Very useful, 56 readings)
I've had my Espressivo for a year now, having got it last Christmas, along with a nice burr grinder. In my job, coffee is a bit of a necessity, and so I have acquired a taste for a nice cup. Coffee at home is a labour of love. If you want good coffee, do not expect it to be quick or easy - adjust your expectations please. Coffee is something people spend their lives trying to perfect, like wine making for example. What I would say is that if what you're producing is not what you hoped, then you're doing it wrong, not the machine. Check out a website like coffeegeeks, or read a good book to learn more on making your own coffee. Dualit have an excellent ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/03/13 (Very useful, 49 readings)
My husband and I are both coffee enthusiasts, although I'd say he's fussier than I am(!). He'd hankered after a coffee machine for a long time, but I'd felt our kitchen was just too tiny to sacrifice the work surface space. Cometh the extension, cometh the coffee machine! After wanting a coffee machine for ages, we'd had plenty of time to do our research. We were pleased that they had started to come down in price and felt that the dualit espressivo was an affordable option. Also important to me was the look of the thing, I didn't want an ugly beast of a machine glowering at me from the corner of the kitchen, however well it made coffee. I liked the simple ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/10/09 (Very useful, 1114 readings)
Despite being a champion coffee drinker, I didn't get myself a "proper" coffee machine until last year. I decided that £160 was a great investment considering my average monthly Costa tab runs to about £80 - even with the cost of buying coffee and milk, I figured I'd get my money back in no time. I chose the Dualit because its beautiful (undeniably) - it does look gorgeous on the work surface, and anyone who comes round seems to say "ooh, I wish I had one of those" - which subconciously as consumers is EXACTLY what you want to hear. The downside of that is that the visitor's next words are invariably "make me a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/07/09, updated on 22/11/11 (Very useful, 646 readings)
Have you seen the press lately saying that coffee is good at keeping Alzheimers at bay? Well I'm 57 so I'm glad that means that I no longer need to worry about drinking too much coffee. Now what was I writing about? Oh yes. I bought one of these four months ago to replace a broken Krups machine. I bought it in a little Kitchen shop called Steamer Trading in Alfriston in East Sussex. The village is worth a visit if you are in the area. I read a few reviews and went in to see them. They had an offer on which helped ( a lot). I went for the cream coloured one. It's got a thick quality enamel-like cream coating and it's made of metal so it's quite ... Read the complete review
by mitsy13 - written on 17/05/10
Yes I know this is seem expensive for a cup of coffee but I feel over the years I have purchased lots of cheap coffee makers and I wish I had bought this one first. Firstly it looks fantastic and is easy to clean. It only makes one or two cups at a time so if your looking to make a pot of coffee this isnt for you. You can use ground coffee or pods and both make a great cup. The pods can be expensive normally around £5-6 for 18 pods but you can buy cheaper own brands eg waitrose. Im no technical expert and I found the instructions very easy to use. I have read reviews before that it doesnt produce a 'hot' cup of coffee, however the instructions do ... Read the complete review
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