Top-rated espresso machines below $500

If you are a coffee lover, then you will know the value of a fresh, tasty hot cup of coffee. There is a big difference between a well made cup, and a mediocre cup. A nice cup of coffee or tea is indeed one of the finer things in life, is it not?

And yet, when it comes to coffee making, there seems to be an overwhelming amount of choice in the market place: instant coffee, plunger coffee, and then coffee makers: which is one is good, which is mediocre, which one is worth the money? It is not an easy choice to make.

And so this website is here to help you find out more about the various coffee makers on the market today. We’ll always be adding more, so come back and visit soon (we hope to add a new coffee maker review every week, if not every fortnight). These reviews will be well researched, and will give you the information that you need to know, in order to make an informed purchase (without the hassle of spending hours on the web, looking at forums etc). We hope to do the work for you.

Here are the five top-rated espresso machines priced below $500. In this price category, you can expect to get entry-level functions and quality. Machines in this category will satisfy most casual users.

Title DeLonghi Magnifica ESAM4400 Super Automatic Coffee Center Breville 800ESXL 15-Bar Triple-Priming Die-Cast Espresso Machine Nespresso Essenza C91 Manual Espresso Maker, Black SAECO X-Small Automatic Espresso Machine with Built-In Grinder Breville BES840XL the Infuser Espresso Machine
Feature 15 bar pressure double boiler heating systemprofessional quality, lower pitch conical burr grinder instant reheat function which means no downtime between brewing and frothing commercial quality steam knob decalcification system cup warmer removable 1.8 l water tank 7.1 ounce bean container removable use coffee container and drip tray height-adjustable coffee spouts 1-3 hour adjustable automatic shut off programmable timer on function Six month warranty from Delonghi Espresso machine with ThermoBlock heating system and 15-bar Triple Prime pump. Durable stainless-steel housing; selector dial for espresso, steam, or hot water. 4-1/2-inch cup clearance; swivel steam wand with frother; 75-ounce removable water tank. Filters, tamping tool, cleaning tool, and stainless-steel frothing pitcher included. Measures 12 by 10 by 12-1/2 inches; 1-year warranty
15 Bar Italian Pump. Automatically adjusts water temperature after steam for optimal espresso extraction temperature
Compact brewing unit technology,19 bar pressure pump,thermoblock heating element
Manual volume control, backlit coffee buttons, easy insertion of capusle, ejection of used capsule,
Capsule container for 14 used capsules, 0.9 liter removable water tank
Drip tray water capacity
Power 1260 watts
Milk frother
Ceramic grinders
Automatic circuit cleaning
Product Dimensions: 15.2 x 15.4 x 16.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 19 pounds
Pre-infusion function applies low water pressure at the start of the extraction to gently expand grinds for an even extraction
1600w thermocoil heating system with integrated stainless steel water coil accurately controls water temperature
Auto purge function automatically adjusts water temperature after steam for optimal espresso extraction temperature
15 bar Italian pump provides complete volumetric control – preset, manual over-ride or re-programmable volumes
Accessories: single & dual wall filter baskets, coffee scoop, stainless steel jug, cleaning disc & tablets, cleaning tool, water filter with holder.
Model ESAM4400 800ESXL C91-US-BK-NE HD8745/47 BES840XL
Price $499.00 $299.99 $129.99 $399.95 $480.10
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To your next hot cup!

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