Expobar Lever Semi-Auto Espresso Machine

November 24, 2016 - Comment

The Expobar Office Lever espresso machines is a welcome addition to the Expobar line. Its traditional styling, compact size, and commercial strength make this a leading competitor in the semi-automatic lever operated espresso machines. The commercial style copper boiler has all the features that are found on larger commercial machines. It allows simultaneous brewing and

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The Expobar Office Lever espresso machines is a welcome addition to the Expobar line. Its traditional styling, compact size, and commercial strength make this a leading competitor in the semi-automatic lever operated espresso machines. The commercial style copper boiler has all the features that are found on larger commercial machines. It allows simultaneous brewing and steaming, enabling smooth operation. It has both a steam wand and hot water dispensing wand that adjust laterally so that they can swing in either direction for easy access. With commercial capabilities its size makes it convenient for those who want great espresso without sacrificing a large amount of counter space. It is 15″ tall, 10.25″ wide and 17.5″ deep. The E61 brew group provides pre-infusion and a thermal siphon for maximum temperature stability and aroma extraction. The eye catching highly polished steel housing is as durable as is it beautiful. The accessories include a chrome plated brass portafilter, tamper, single shot filter basket, double shot filter basket, backflush disc and a 7 gram coffee scoop.

Product Features

  • E61 Brew Group.
  • Heat Exchange Boiler System – NO WAIT for steam.
  • ALL Stainless steel housing – Beautiful machine to spotlight on your counter.
  • Commercial portafilter – For the best extraction of espresso.
  • Large 12 oz Brass boiler – you won’t run out of water while steaming, and can brew multiple shots with little recovery time.

Comments

Common Sence Guy says:

Excellent machine, bad flow restrictor. Excellent machine…when tuned up that is. First, I must mention the siphon flow restrictor that WholeLatteLove (WLL) installs for dummies. Yes, this feature is basically to idiot-proof the machine. This machine is not a commercial machine so if one treats it like one the group head will run a little hot. Despite their video showing a copper flow restrictor WLL uses a “milk jug” plastic disk carelessly cut by hand (size of a nickel) and a small hole drilled off center and located in the boiler…

Stu Adler says:

great machine, until it breaks We purchased a variant of this machine from WLL in November 2015 (Brewtus IV-R). It makes absolutely fantastic espresso, and cranks plenty of steam pressure for milk-based drinks. However, in less than a year of light duty (10-15 espressos/week) it developed internal leaks in the plumbing, and the heating element of the brew boiler burned out. Both failures appear to be from design flaws: 1) inadequate fittings securing the teflon line out of the pump into the boilers, and 2) use of a…

CST says:

Nice for the price This is a really nice machine for the price point. I’ve been using mine for about a month and I’m just starting to dail it in. The case comes off pretty easily (5 screws) so you can access to OPV for group pressure adjustment and boiler pressure. Mine came with the boiler set at .8 bar, I upped it to the green zone of the gauge about .9 bar. I also turned down the group pressure to 9 bar (it came set a 10). I have about a 2 minute recovery time and consistent shots. The biggest downside…

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