Summary: I already had the small one of these and it works so well day in, day out that when I needed a bigger one I went for the scaled up version. And it's brilliant too. No problems with mould or rust which other coffee pots seem to suffer from. It's expensive but you won't regret spending the extra money when you are still using it in 10 years time.
Summary: smart, makes great coffee, easy to use, and I really like the opening device (by lifting handle instead of unscrewing). The only thing I never understand why they are called 'six-cup': If it's six cup we are talking of six very tiny espressos. 2 large mugs or 3 cups more like.
This product is fine but, I feel it`s more cheaper than the ...
Casella Denis, Amazon
26 July 2014
Summary: I had an other one for my last 10 years. This product is fine but, I feel it`s more cheaper than the previous one that I had. Here the steam coming out consistently from the bottom part, so a lot of steam is lost and the coffee doesn't come out propretly
Summary: Really nice bit of kit. It's weighty and you know it will last a long time. I've been using this just about daily for the last couple of months and it both makes a fab cup of coffee and also cleans and shines up again really easily. The closing mechanism is fantastic and that loud "click" to signal it's locked is v satisfying.
Summary: I hesitated for many years before buying this one - it's not cheap at first sight. But the quality of the espresso is fantastic. I bought this one 3 months ago and am sure I have more than got my return on the investment as I have found myself drinking coffee only at home now - I just don't see why I should spend £2.50 or £3.00 on coffee in a cafe when I can make myself much better coffee at home.