Nuova Simonelli Aurelia Digit 2 Group Espresso Coffee Machine with Smart Wand
Nuova Simonelli has produced espresso machines for over 70 years manufacturing machines that promise premium performance under demanding circumstances. Their coffee machines are reliable, user friendly, multifunctional, and ergonomic. The Nuova Simonelli Aurelia Coffee Machine is the official espresso machine of the World Barista Championships. The Aurelia Digit 2 Group is praised for its technology, maximum practicality, and easy use.
- Each group head has a one liter boiler of fresh water on reserve that never comes in contact with a heating element, thus, avoiding alkalinity spikes from stagnant water.
- Soft Infusion System guarantees a perfect extraction.
- Boiler Capacity: 14 liters
- Steam wand Cool-Touch system.
- Smart Wand automatically steams/froths milk and turns off at a preset temperature.
- Only espresso machine certified as ergonomic by the European Institute of Psychology and Ergonomics.
- Special Features only available on Digit model include: programmable on/off controls, beverage counter, preset maintenance with self-diagnosis, programmable milk temperature, and USB connection for computer interface.
- Installation included.
- Warranty: 1 year Labor and 2 years Parts.
- Work surface supports low cup or tall glass.
- Automatic washing cycle.
- Electric cup warmer.
- Requires a Nema L6-30 Twist power receptacle.
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