La Marzocco GB5 S Commercial Espresso Machine EE

$17,900.00 - $22,600.00
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  • La Marzocco GB5 S Commercial Espresso Machine EE viewed at an angle
  • La Marzocco GB5 S Commercial Espresso Machine EE front view
  • La Marzocco GB5 S Commercial Espresso Machine EE viewed at an angle from the back
  • La Marzocco GB5 S Commercial Espresso Machine EE back view
  • La Marzocco GB5 S Commercial Espresso Machine EE side view
  • La Marzocco GB5 S Commercial Espresso Machine EE side view


  • What's in the Box

  • La Marzocco GB5 S
  • Rotary pump
  • Accessories pack
  • Water line and drain tube
GB5 S front view
GB5 S angle view from behind

A Sharper, Bolder GB5

The GB5 from La Marzocco cut unique curves into the corners of the straight-forward Linea shell, bringing it into the 21st century under a new name. That was over 15 years ago (2005), though, and style changes, as did the Linea itself with the introduction of the PB line. La Marzocco created the GB5 S to effectively modernize its former nod to Giovanna Bambi, replacing Donatello’s Marzocco lion on the corners with Florence’s fleur de lis, sharpening the lines, and bringing the internals up to date with the cutting-edge Luminaire electronics found on the Linea PB, Strada, and KB90. The S is also bolder than its predecessor, with red accents on the buttons and branding. As with any La Marzocco machine, the materials are premium, including the AISI 316L stainless steel boilers, which, more than other substances, prevent heavy metals from being dissolved into the water.

GB5 S side view

Classic Meets Contemporary

As expected on a La Marzocco machine, the GB5 S is outfitted with temperature-stabilizing features, such as saturated groups, dual PIDs, re-engineered (more efficient) water pathways, and ruby flow restrictors that resist scale. Some of La Marzocco’s very recent innovations are included, too, such as easy-rebuild steam valves, accessible in seconds, on the vacuum-insulated, double-walled steam wands; easy-access flow restrictors on the brew solenoid; an automatic backflush program; and, on the AV and ABR models, dimmable LED barista lights. The GB5 S provides the barista control over boiler temperature, brewing volume, hot water tap dose, automatic cleaning cycles and more, and, because it is a connected machine, the parameters can be adjusted in the app.



This model, the EE, or semi-automatic, is on the manual end of the control spectrum. The barista starts and stops the shot by pressing the single button above the grouphead. The interface above the groups includes a display that shows all the vitals from the boiler temperatures to shot time and two manometers, one for the brew boiler and one for steam boiler, to show pressure in real time. The two steam wands, one on either side, are turned on and off by a dial, similar to the Linea, PB, and original GB5. All in all, the S proves a complete overhaul of the software and hardware found on the 2005 model.


    Luminaire Electronics


    Dual PID


    Connected Machine


    New Design

More Features

Easy-rebuild Steam Valves

Saturated Groups

Easy-access Flow Restrictors

Automatic Backflush Program

Groups: 2 Group 3 Group 4 Group
Dimensions (WxDxH): 29" x 25.2" x 21.4" 38.5" x 25.2" x 21.4" 48" x 25.2" x 21.4"
Boilers (brew/steam): 3.5L / 7L 5L / 11L 3.4L x2 / 15L
Element Wattage: 5200 6800 8300
Voltage: 208-240 208-240 208-240
Amps: 30 50 50
Weight: 150 lbs. 171 lbs. 198 lbs.
Certifications: nsf certification logo ul certification logo nsf certification logo ul certification logo nsf certification logo ul certification logo

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