Breville 15-Bar Die-Cast Espresso and Cappuccino Maker

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Breville 15-Bar Die-Cast Espresso & Cappuccino Maker
$149.99 + $5 Shipping
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  • 1 Breville 800ESXL 15-Bar Die-Cast Stainless Steel Espresso & Cappuccino Maker

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yay, now i can drink it for cheaper then starbucks.
CHeap expresso forvever.

4.6 stars on buzzillions. that’s good…

79/100 from the alatest algorithm…,332/

If you buy Starbucks regularly, buy this instead, you’ll save a ton in the long run!

looks cool and good name brand.

but haven’t got the dough at the moment

the former starbucks employee wants, but the poor college student living at home tells me to go to bed …

I’m sorry, but a used appliance that makes food or beverages is gross. Even if it does use boiling hot water and air 15 times greater than atmospheric pressure.

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We have one of these and it is a commercial grade machine. They are great and luckily it was an anniversary gift. I guess they retail for around $400. So, even for a respiff, that is a great price.

399 on amazon

too bad i gave up coffee…sigh

I have this. Bought it from a store for $300 new a while back for my wife. She loves it. She uses it almost every day. It’s nice - feels like good quality. It makes a darn good espresso too.

Define irony in 10 words or less.

Irony = This item - immediately following a woot-off.

I would still see what Costco and Sears have before I plop down the $$$ they want for this thing. Is it a deal even if it might be overkill?

Why? Next to blood, coffee is our life juice. This machine can spit it out in high octane too!

I was just talking to my friend at work about spending mucho dinero for one of these. The appearance of this on WOOT was a message from God.

In for one - no question :slight_smile:

Uhhh… That’s better than the autoclave your doctor uses. Just sayin’

How good of quality can these be if so many broke to begin with and had to be refurbished? Maybe the die-cast parts are good, but what about the electronics?

I bought the Alton Brown indirectly approved espresso machine last year and love it. This machine lists many of the same benefits I was looking for: good pressure, large water holding capacity, cup warming tray, loose grind and pod compatible, and not be ridiculously over the top looking.
But this item also has the swivel on the foam/water wand, larger cup clearance and includes the foaming cup. Plus it’s $50 less than what I paid, and I scoured the net for the best deal.
Of course, mine was new…
If I didn’t already have an espresso machine, I’d be all over this deal.