Breville BES920XL Dual Boiler Espresso Machine

May 6, 2017 - Comment

The Breville BES920XL Dual Boiler offers commercial features and performance, in a domestic footprint. Espresso perfection requires precision temperature and pressure control, consistently, every time. At the heart of this machine is its dual stainless steel boiler heating system. The espresso boiler, for the espresso shot, is PID temperature controlled, while a separate steam boiler

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The Breville BES920XL Dual Boiler offers commercial features and performance, in a domestic footprint. Espresso perfection requires precision temperature and pressure control, consistently, every time. At the heart of this machine is its dual stainless steel boiler heating system. The espresso boiler, for the espresso shot, is PID temperature controlled, while a separate steam boiler offers instant and powerful steam on demand. So you can extract your shot at the right temperature, delivering optimal flavor, while simultaneously steaming your milk to cafe quality. What’s more, there is another element in the group head, ensuring the entire system maintains a consistent temperature. The Dual Boiler also features an Over Pressure Valve (OPV) which limits the maximum pressure throughout the extraction, preventing bitter flavors in the shot. It also offers a true low pressure pre-infusion, which gradually increases the pressure to gently expand the grinds for an even extraction. But there’s much more to this machine for the coffee geek. Brew temperature and pre-infusion pressure and duration are all programmable. At the same time we’ve kept it simple with user-friendly features. An optional Auto Start setting preheats the machine at a programmed time; a top-fill 84 oz. (2.5L) water tank ensures easy access; and the dedicated hot water outlet makes it faster to preheat cups and prepare an Americano. There is also a shot clock and pressure gauge to help you improve your barista skills over time. The new Dual Boiler now includes a descaling function for cleaning at home, a Razor Dosing Tool for precision dosing and consistent extraction, plus a 2 year limited warranty. All you’ll need are some freshly ground beans and a bit of practice to rival the best cafe.
Made in China

Product Features

  • Dual stainless steel boilers and dual Italian pumps for simultaneous espresso extraction and steaming
  • Over-Pressure Valve (OPV) limits extraction pressure
  • Electronic PID temperature control for precise water temperature
  • Backlit LCD displays brew temperature, shot clock or time
  • Includes water hardness test strip, descale alert and LCD assisted descale procedure

Comments

Davey Williams says:

Pretty solid espresso machine (a pragmatic review) I write reviews solely to provide the best info possible for potential buyers. I am not a Breville “fanboy,” nor do I have a grudge to settle. I am NOT a coffee snob. This review is from the viewpoint of a home espresso and latte maker who wants a solid machine that is a decent value. I used the Breville 900xl Dual Boiler for 3+ years, and moved on to the 920xl recently. I’ll try to cover the info that I think is pertinent to a potential buyer. 

Angela Hughey says:

An excellent choice for excellent coffee I LOVE LOVE LOVE this espresso machine. First, some background. I am coming from a single boiler Breville that lasted me four years of daily use. It served it’s purpose well, but finally died. I decided it was time to take the next step to the double boiler. Holy Moly what a step! Here are the main points: 

KS says:

LOVE LOVE LOVE!! LOVE this machine!! I am a rather novice coffee snob and researched a lot of coffee makers. This machine makes the BEST flat whites with velvet foam that rivel some of the best coffee shops out there.I pull 9 bar shots all the time and bought my first burr grinder. Who knew how much was involved in getting a great cup of coffee! In reading another review that stated they never pull 9 bars of pressure….I have to say that I buy different fresh beans from different roasters and the grind and…

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