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Elektra Micro Casa a Leva Lever Espresso Machine

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5 stars, based on 1 reviews

If you want exceptional espresso and a simple machine that makes minimal noise in the morning, then the Elektra Micro Casa a Leva is for you. Lever machines can be finicky, but the Micro Casa's spring lever provides consistent pump pressure, pull after pull.

  • Beautiful finish options: copper/brass, chrome/brass, or chrome
  • Bakelite handles
  • Brass boiler creates dry steam for creating micro foam
  • 10-inch circular base
  • Sight glass indicates water level in boiler
  • Pressure gauge displays boiler pressure
  • Gauge's green zone indicates optimal time to extract espresso
  • Spring piston provides consistent brew pressure
  • Boiler pressure release valve for safe operation
  • 800 watt heating element
  • Internal pressure regulator automatically regulates the temperature
  • Built-in safety thermostat
  • 61-ounce (1.8-liter) boiler
  • 49-millimeter filter basket

One year parts and labor warranty limited to manufacturer's defect.

Manufacturer: Elektra
Model: ART.S1
List Price: $1,729
Width: 10"
Depth: 10"
Height: 19"
Voltage: 110 volts
Amperage: 15 amps
Weight: 27 lbs


Elektra espresso machines exemplify the style and class associated with Italian espresso. Since 1947, Elektra has been producing high quality espresso machines, in the middle of Italy. Elektra machines are known for their classic Italian-style decor and simple components. We are glad to offer a variety of machines from Elektra including the spring lever Micro Casa as well as the semi-automatic Elektra Mini Verticale espresso machine.

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5 / 5 stars

Beautiful Machine

Elektra MCL is definitely a beautiful machine no matter which finish you pick. The brass brings out an interesting contrast but has some downsides: 1) Easier to tarnish 2) Areas exposed to water will appear tarnish even faster However, the machine excellent. A last bit of warning, this machine is definitely not for beginner espresso and cappuccino baristas. Unless you get your grind consistency, and tamping techniques refined on a cheaper semi-automatic, you won't be pulling great shots for awhile. I strongly recommend any beginner or people new to lever machines to check out some of the great guides out there.

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