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Capresso Cafe Manual Espresso Maker Review

Considering its cheap price, the Capresso Café's lackluster performance isn't surprising.

December 09, 2011
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Design Overview

The Capresso Café looks, and is, plasticky, with the majority of the parts made of plastic. Even the drip plate is platic, with the cup warmer being the only external metal part.

Front

Front Photo
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Sides

Sides Photo

Controls

Controls 1 Photo

Water Reservoir

Water Reservoir Photo

In the Box

As well as the machine itself, you get the portafilter, two filters (for single and double shots) and a combination scoop and tamper.

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Sections

  1. Page
  2. Design
  3. Performance
  4. Usability
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  8. Conclusion
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