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La Pavoni Europiccola Lever Espresso Machine, Chrome/Black, 8 cup capacity

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La Pavoni Europiccola Lever Espresso Machine, Chrome/Black, 8 cup capacity
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Since 1905, La Pavoni Spa has been manufacturing machines for espresso and cappuccino coffee. La Pavoni availed itself of the cooperation of famous designers, such as Giò Ponti, Alberto Rosselli, Antonio Fornaroli, and Bruno Munari, all of whom helped in creating the charm and history of the Italian products all around the world.

  • Steam pressure, piston operated.
  • 20 oz. boiler capacity, capable of making eight (8) 2 oz. cups of coffee.
  • Makes one or two cups of espresso at a time and includes 2 stainless steel filter baskets.
  • Internal thermostats continuously monitor pressure with re-set fuses.
  • Long life stainless steel heating elements, ETL listed.
  • Nickel-plated, solid brass boilers.
  • Demonstration video included.

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Manufacturer: La Pavoni
Model: EPBB-8
List Price: $799
Height: 12"
Voltage: 110 volts
Wattage: 1000 watts
Weight: 14 lbs.

La Pavoni

La Pavoni has remained a leader in espresso machine innovation since its inception in 1905. La Pavoni's products are marked by their attention to ergonomics and aesthetic quality. La Pavoni specializes in lever espresso machines, which allow the user to have a full hands on experience in crafting the perfect shot of espresso.


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La Pavoni Europiccola - 2 years and going strong

I've been using a La Pavonic Europiccola (chrome base and black handles) for over two years now and am very pleased with it. I've drank espressos almost exclusively for over 38 years and find the La Pavoni Europiccola producing the world class espresso shots. I read many confused posts in on-line forums saying manual lever machines are difficult to get consistent results and such but it is simply not the case; if you go through the same process and use fresh roasted beans you will get consistent, and amazing, results in the cup. You do, however, need to use fresh beans; ground coffee from a grocery store will not produce the thick luxurious shots the machine is capable of. You will also want a grinder capable grinding fine enough for espresso; I have great results with a Baratza Encore, a travel sized Hario Slim hand grinder, and a table mounted vintage espresso grinder from Brazil. I just recently bought a set of seals and gaskets and replaced them myself and the machine is happily good for another years; this thing looks like art and has the durable feel of metal and chrome and brass. There are a lot of video's on youtube so you can see what they look like and how to use them. I would be happy to show any new owners in the local area my routine. I had a number of semi-automatic pump driven machines before this and will never go back. The manual lever, in my opinion, makes the sweetest espresso!

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