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  1. #1
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    Aug 2008

    La Pavoni Cellini: Good espresso, or just a pretty gadget

    Hi all

    I''ve been googerling for a couple of hours now and cant realy seem to find any info for the La Pavoni Cellini.. Someone tried to get some advise on the machine a year ago ... ht=cellini
    But the answer seems in conclusive..

    I''ve used a La Pavoni lever machine for some years now.. But over time, i''ve become lazy. I''m now looking for a machine thats makes a decent cup of espresso without all the hazel. Is there anyone out there who knows if this is a decent buy or knows another semi-automatic in that price-range that will do the job.

    Sorry if the english isent perfect. Its not my primary langugage

  2. #2
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    Sep 2008
    I''ve also been looking for info on the Cellini and can''t find any reviews or user experiences. If I do happen to find anything I''ll be sure to post it here.

    Perhaps a more knowledgeable member of the boards can take a look at the spec sheet and tell us what they think.

    For what it''s worth I''m looking at this as an upgrade to a Pavoni Espresso Inn.

    Chrome steel body; with removable transparent water tank, capacity (approx. 25 cups of espresso) 1,25 litri

    Chrome-plated brass filter-holder with “Easy Espresso System”

    Steam tap with interchangeable turbo steam nozzle or Automatic Cappuccino maker

    Steel boiler heating element, coffee thermostat, steam thermostat, safety valve, pump overheat protection 1350 W

    Pump pressure gauge and boiler temperature gauge

    Active cup-warmer to keep cups warm

    Cylindric heating element to heat the coffee group

    Automatic anti-drip valve

    Lever controls

    Maximum pump pressure 14 bar

    Power 50 W

    Average preheating time, including cup warmer 5 minutes around

    Width, Depth, Height 235x330x385mm.

    Weight 9,3 Kg.

    Extractable main cable, length 1500 mm.

    Power 230/240 V. 50 Hz
    120 V. 60 Hz

    - Main cable, coffee measure spoon, coffee filters, coffee press
    - Automatic Cappuccino maker
    - “Easy Espresso System”


  3. #3
    Senior Member
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    Aug 2005
    Central North Carolina
    I found a few things about it...... 60mm baskets are a bit large and you may have a hard time finding a nice tamper for them. It has a 40 oz. water tank, which means frequent refills. I just saw another ad claiming it has a 64 oz. tank, so who knows....... Looks to have some sort of cheesy frothing aid on the steam wand. Not needed.........

    All in all it looks to be a decent machine, but for that price range I'm sure there are much better options. Later!
    I'm a legend among my own kind... you my friend are just a legend in your own mind. Later!



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