Presso Espresso Maker Reviews
Product Type: Presso Philips Saeco
Description:Brand: Presso / Manual / The espresso maker uses hot water from your kettle to make the espresso / No electricty ... more
Newest Review: ... you have to remember, the better the coffee beans you use, the better the coffee! Sounds obvious, but i have read a few ... more
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Customer Presso Espresso Maker Reviews (6)
by - written on 31/10/10 (Very useful, 210 readings)
Last month I decided to treat myself to something I've been wanting for a long time - a decent espresso maker. For too long I've struggled by with a cranky, clumpy old machine that only produces sub-standard coffee at best. I wanted a quality gadget, but couldn't afford to pay hundreds, and the Presso was just about in my price range. I was first attracted by the look of it - it's unusual and funky in appearance and I knew it'd look great in my kitchen. I was further intrigued to discover that it's manually operated and doesn't need to be plugged in. This feature has turned out to be one of its best, as I often have to move things around in my quite small ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/08/09 (Very useful, 721 readings)
HOW I CAME ACROSS PRESSO I've been struck with quite a conundrum..... I love coffee. I LOVE espressos. I like to drink coffee throughout the day and my preference is espressos. Up until I discovered Presso this left me with quite a problem - unless half of my countertop space was taken up by a huge coffee machine there was no way I could have home-made espressos throughout the day. A couple of years ago they brought out an 'instant' espresso which was fine. But really, just 'fine'. A few months ago I was in my local charity shop when I saw this impressive piece of machinery. It was loose without packaging so I wasn't sure what it was at first ... Read the complete review
by - written on 02/10/10 (Useful, 74 readings)
This well designed piece of equipment is changing the way I do mornings! The design is sleek, so I didn't hesitate to leave it out on the counter since I use it so often. I especially enjoy the fact that the Presso Espresso Maker is manual. This allows you to adjust the amount of beans used, fineness of the grounds, and the pressure. Basically, you become your own personal expert barista! Averaging around $100 makes it a great investment for those looking to cut back on their coffeehouse expenses. Even compared to electric espresso makers, this one is a great deal. It may take you some time, if you're new at this, to get a good shot going, but its worth ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/01/11 (Useful, 83 readings)
No matter how early I get up I always seem to be in a hurry because of something. There just isn't enough time to boiling the kettle for a second time if you need multiple cups of coffee. Well the Presso Espresso Maker changes all that. I have owned a similar product before but at a much cheaper price and not worth half of what I paid for it. I got this from Amazon for £80 which is worth every penny because it does exactly what it says on the box. The design is rather sleek although to be fair so long as it produces good tasting coffee it could look like a Krusty the Clown doll for all I care. The coffee stays hot for the hour before I have to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 06/05/11 (Useful, 67 readings)
Where and how much? Amazon! another of my favourite sites! I paid £69 for it in the sale. I think it's usually about £79. Who is it suited for? The Presso is a very innovative coffee machine, primarily for the coffee expresso lover. For yourself, or as a gift, it makes for a great treat or present. Its light and compact so fits anywhere and everywhere. Its great for taking away with you if you go travelling. Never be without it! (as long as you have something to boil water with) It features a single or double spout, milk frother (yum!) and of course full instructions! If you enjoy expresso, it's definately the machine to buy! The ... Read the complete review
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