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

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  • What's in the box

  • La Pavoni Europiccola
  • Plastic coffee scoop
  • Single basket
  • Double basket
  • Plastic tamper
  • Drip tray
  • Portafilter
  • Lever handle
  • Capuccino automatic attachment
  • 7 gram pack of Cafiza
  • Instruction manual
La Pavoni EPC-8

Italian Elegance, Lasting Durability

Over the last 100 years La Pavoni has proven themselves to be mavericks of the trade by constructing machines that produce quality espresso while maintaining original Italian charm and elegance. The La Pavoni Europiccola is built to last with its triple-plated chrome design. The boiler is made of brass and chrome plating, while the inner workings consist of nickel plating. Its stainless steel heating elements are designed to prevent corroding and ensure lasting durability. The manual lever elements hold tried and true the original pressure profile machines proving to be reliable in both longevity and in the quality of the espresso it produces.

Lever being pulled on La Pavoni EPC-8

Classic Design with a Modern Touch

The La Pavoni Europiccola Lever Espresso Machine encompasses a traditional Italian espresso design with some of the modern features the espresso drinkers of today have come to love. Although it is steam pressure and piston operated, the power switch, which is located at the base of the machine, is the automated power control of the machine. With a flip of the switch, the boiler begins to warm up and espresso is only minutes away. The boiler has a capacity of 20 ounces of water and heats up in close 6 minutes. The internal thermostats monitor and maintain pressure with their re-set fuses to protect against overheating.

La Pavoni EPC-8 steaming milk

Robust Quality and Steam Performance

With the pull of a lever, cafe-quality espresso is at your fingertips. The lever operation puts you in control of the final product and allows the freedom to experiment until the perfect shot is crafted. It is to be noted that the portafilter is a bit smaller with a capacity of 14 to 17 grams depending on the coffee. In addition to producing delightful espresso topped with delicious crema, the Europiccola comes equipped with a steam wand and cappuccino automatic attachment for those who prefer to sip on a creamy cappuccino or latte. The boiler allows for a wait-free transition from brewing to steaming so you can craft the perfect drink quickly.

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    1000 Watts

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    Internal Thermostat

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    Long life stainless steel heating elements/ETL listed

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    14-17 gram portafilter capacity

More Features

20 oz boiler capacity

Steam pressure, piston operated

Cappucino automatic attachement

Nickle plated, solid brass boiler


Manufacturer:La Pavoni
Height:12 inches
Weight:14 lbs
Material:Brass, Nickle, Stainless Steel

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