Flair Signature Espresso Maker (Plus, Black)

June 6, 2019 - Comment

The Flair Signature is our flagship model of the Flair Espresso Maker. Made with the same high quality materials – like stainless steel and aluminum – as our original Flair, the Signature models are defined by an extra hand-polishing process needed with the chrome, matte black and copper finishes. All Flair Signature models come ready

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(as of April 19, 2020 3:00 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

The Flair Signature is our flagship model of the Flair Espresso Maker. Made with the same high quality materials – like stainless steel and aluminum – as our original Flair, the Signature models are defined by an extra hand-polishing process needed with the chrome, matte black and copper finishes. All Flair Signature models come ready with a stainless steel tamper and our Easy-Clean Portafilter to produce the very best in manual espresso.

Product Features

  • 100% Human-Powered, Manual Espresso Press
  • Easy to Clean – with the market’s only detachable brewing head and easy-clean portafilter
  • Completely Portable – breaks down into handy carrying case
  • Premium Styling – available in matte black or chrome with a copper-plated portafilter base
  • Five (5) Year Warranty on Aluminum Press Stand and Stainless Steel Brewing Head

Comments

Anonymous says:

The best portable espresso maker on the market. I love this product and design. I have been looking for a compact espresso maker for the road to come close to what I have been using at home. I had Ranchilio Silvia, then Breville Oracle that I really enjoy but can’t take with me when I travel. I tried many portable devices. I tried the ROK and some other less expensive makers like Handpresso, and Minipresso that work but don’t give you the quality or crema of a home set up that costs at least $1000-$2000. I also discovered another little…

Anonymous says:

there’s no denying this is a great looking piece of hardware After unboxing and setting up the unit, there’s no denying this is a great looking piece of hardware. The metal components have a nice heft, and the black frame/copper base definitely invoke the coffee theme.Upon using it, I noticed the portafilters required a little bit of force to click into the base and sit level. This didn’t seem intentional, but more like a tolerance issue, because one portafilter exhibited the issue more than the other, and both exhibited the issue to…

Anonymous says:

Fiddly at first, but ultimately it pulls a great shot of espresso! Nice build quality, but fiddly to put all the pieces together just for a shot of espresso. You also need a hot bowl of water to put some of the pieces in before you pull a shot. If you want to make lattes, you’ll also need a milk frother (?) and a device to heat the milk (I use a small saucepan on the stove for a couple of minutes). Oh, you’ll also need a burr grinder to grind up the coffee beans fine enough to pull a good shot. A hack that I found from another Amazon user was to buy a good…

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