Kitchenaid Artisan Coffee Maker - Cream Reviews
Product Type: Kitchenaid coffee machines
Newest Review: ... months use. What appear to be the normal faults with these machines then developed on mine, these being a :- leaking steam ... more
Customer Kitchenaid Artisan Coffee Maker - Cream Reviews (4)
by - written on 03/12/09
Makes lovely coffee, almost a professional machine, however we had exchanged it once after 8 months as the cream powder coated finish started to peel off.Now after 18 months the replacement looks as bald as Kojack!Currently talking with Kitchen Aid about another replacement. Has anyone else experienced firstname.lastname@example.org
by Philip - written on 19/04/09
I have had 3 of these machines under warranty.Nightmare ; each one had a leaking steam boiler after 8 months useIf you have one and the pressure gauges start to mist up you are in troubleStay clear
by Brian Dodd - written on 08/02/09, updated on 08/02/09
Had one of these machines for 3 yrs. I worked away from home so it had very little use however, over the 3 yrs it would have had the equivalent of 6 months use. What appear to be the normal faults with these machines then developed on mine, these being a :- leaking steam boiler, faulty switches, leaking boiler causing condensation around the internal electrics. Dismantled the machine but found the leak to be irrepairable, the switch for the hot water was also not reliably repairable which, for the cost of the machine was quite disappointing to see the lack of quality in the basic components. if anyone is considering buying one of these coffee machines I ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/10/07, updated on 11/09/10 (Very useful, 2962 readings)
As I had been impressed with two Kitchen Aid products (a blender and a coffee grinder) I thought I would try their coffee machine, (John Lewis, £499, Jan 2007) £500 for a domestic coffee machine seems madness, as there appeared to be quite capable ones for £100, but it was the cheapest model I could find with two boilers, which seemed like a good idea. In practice it works brilliantly, plenty of pump pressure for extraction, and plenty of steam for the milk even when making several cups at once and the resulting coffee taste great. It looks good and is a pleasure to use. I've used several other cheapo domestic machines, which were utter ... Read the complete review
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