Expobar Pulser Heat Exchange Espresso Machine

August 14, 2016 - Comment

The Expobar Office Pulser espresso machine is one of a kind with a combination of low cost and high quality design and construction. It can brew and steam at the same time making it ideal for any type of home use, small deli or bagel shop. The separate hot water dispenser and steam wand are

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The Expobar Office Pulser espresso machine is one of a kind with a combination of low cost and high quality design and construction. It can brew and steam at the same time making it ideal for any type of home use, small deli or bagel shop. The separate hot water dispenser and steam wand are mounted on a 360-degree ball joint. The group head is comparable to the renown E61 group head with pre-infusion and thermal siphon for maximum temperature stability and aroma extraction. Its electronic boiler controls, safety switches and internal components mirror those of the larger commercial espresso machines. The Expobar Office Pulser is short enough to fit under a 16″ high cabinet and is only 9.5″ wide. The stainless steel housing gives it as much form as it has function. The accessories include a chrome plated brass portafilter, tamper, single shot filter basket, double shot filter basket and a 7 gram coffee scoop.

Product Features

  • E61 Styled Brew Group.
  • Heat Exchange Boiler System – NO WAIT for steam.
  • Stainless steel housing – Beautiful machine to spotlight on your counter.
  • Commercial portafilter – For the best extraction of espresso.

Comments

Rick M. says:

Excellent Machine I have had this unit for 15 months and use it about 8 times per week. It has been rock solid. I rate it five stars. At the time I bought it from Whole Latte Love (a sister company to Aabree Coffee) it was about $700 on sale with free ship. I really like it because it has adjustable brew pressure and steam temperature. That puts it in the same league as the big boys costing $2,000 and up. 

Mombi says:

I’ve been using this machine for 5 years The other reviewer has the technical info you need. I bought this at Aabre Coffee for about $700, 5 or 6 years ago. It replaced a Francis! Francis! unit that I’d been using for about 8 years. I did my research, and chose this for the 2 boiler (steaming as you brew) feature, in my price range. I have not been disappointed; It’s going strong and has more than justified the cost saved on lattes! FYI: I use a KitchenAid grinder, bought from Amazon about 2 yrs ago. The carafe broke, but I just…

. says:

fantastic machine but beware of where you purchase Never purchase from Aabree coffee company or whole latta love. they are same company and will send you a refurbished unit instead of new. If you don’t like it, they will make you pay 50% restocking fee.

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