KRUPS XP2010 Combination Unit with 10 Cup Coffee Maker & 15-bar Pump Espresso

April 27, 2015 - Comment

New from Krups, the XP2010 Combi Machine is a dual function espresso and drip coffee maker. This combination unit has a 10 cup coffee maker,15 bar pump espresso maker with a thermoblock heating element to ensure consistent water temperature every time. The 32oz removable water tank is large enough to brew 25 shots of espresso

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(as of April 19, 2020 7:00 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

New from Krups, the XP2010 Combi Machine is a dual function espresso and drip coffee maker. This combination unit has a 10 cup coffee maker,15 bar pump espresso maker with a thermoblock heating element to ensure consistent water temperature every time. The 32oz removable water tank is large enough to brew 25 shots of espresso and the heavyweight die cast filter holder has 3 interchangeable sieves for 1 or 2 servings of ground espresso as well as ESE pre-portioned pods. Beautiful brushed stainless steel finish matches any kitchen decor.

Product Features

  • Dual function combination machine has 10 cup coffee maker and 15 bar pump espresso maker
  • Coffee maker has large 10 cup glass carafe, removable filter holder, anti-drip system and optional water filtration
  • Espresso machine is a 15 bar pressure system with thermoblock heating element; accommodates both ground espresso and ESE pre-portioned pods
  • Simple on /off button for coffee.
  • Beautiful brushed stainless steel finish with illuminated blue lights, drip tray and cup warmer

Comments

T. Cather says:

good value, NOT UPDATE 

News Mania says:

Excellent Combo Machine For The Money I was looking for a combination espresso-coffee maker to fit a specific space in the kitchen. The width and heigth of the unit had to fit within that area. There aren’t too many combo machines out there, but the Krups 2010 fits the bill perfectly. It’s very quick at producing a good espresso and the coffee maker works great too, filling a 10-cup pot in less than nine minutes. One reviewer claimed the espresso head leaked. I haven’t had that problem. Maybe he or she didn’t tighten the head…

L. Bautista "Lynelle" says:

Espresso maker leaks Searched for a long time to find a good quality espresso machine that didn’t cost over $500. We had a great workhorse Krups combo espresso coffee machine that was still working after 15 years. Was hoping this one would be the newer, more powerful, fancier model. Boy are we sorely disappointed. The coffee part works fine. Unfortunately the espresso part leaks all over from the gasket and doesn’t even produce hot espresso. I exchanged this once, hoping I just got a bad one but apparently…

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