out of stock Portable Coffee Maker, Espresso Maker for Capsule & Ground Coffee $16.49 + Post ($0 with Prime/ $49 Spend) @ Barsetto Amazon AU

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Portable Coffee Maker by Barsetto, Espresso Maker for Capsule & Ground Coffee, Up to 15 Bar Powerful Pressure, Manual Single-Serve Brewers for Travel Picnic Hiking, TRIPRESSO Series (Black)

RRP US$50 from Amazon US

Rich taste of espresso: 15 Bar high-pressure brews rich-tasting espresso, extraction of coffee oil and internal layers of coffee, will enable you enjoy every drop of pure Italian coffee.
Double wall vacuum cup has good thermal insulation function and can effectively protect fingers from being scalded by high temperature water.
Multiple choice: Suit for all kinds ground coffee powder and only Barsetto coffee capsule, choose your favorite flavor, make a espresso for your friend and family.
Lightweight and detachable design: 600g coffee machine can be disassembled into multiple parts for easy carrying and cleaning.
2 year Warranty: 24 months product warranty and 24/7 customer service. Keep you money safe and provide a wonderful service fo

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Stainless steel cup version $22.25

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Comments

  • +1 vote

    Anyone has experience with this vs aeropress? Thanks

    • +10 votes

      New favorite portable machine. I've got a few: Aeropress, Minipresso, Staresso, and the typical stove-tops. This one is great for K-cups. Not so good for ground coffee - the Staresso handles high-pressure better - but the Barsetto with K-cups is awesome. Not fantastic espresso, but better than most anything else. And really consistent - every cup quite good. We used the heck out of it in a recent climbing trip to France with seven espresso snobs. Everyone gravitated to the Barsetto over the Staresso pretty quickly.
      amazon review

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        Thanks. Easy to clean like aeropress? Thanks

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          Not as easy as aero press since Barsetto is with the threaded connections. But it came as a single piece with a double walled plastic mug with lid build in

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            @azm: is it a solid make? I also travel with my own coffee set up haha foolishly took a cheap plunger on meet recent trip which broke 2 weeks in .

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              @CheapskateQueen: It is quite a solid product. I like the idea with the thread connections. I managed to make a decent espresso with creama with coffer grounds (the taste is comparable to my DeLonghi dedica machine). It is quite easy to clean.

      • +2 votes

        Thanks for the review. So you’d recommend the Staresso over this if using with ground coffee?

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          It was written by amazon reviewer. I think I prefer this over aeropress. If you like to make a long black, aero press is better.

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        Have you tried reusable metal k pods?

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    Amazon reviews seem to be promising…

  • +6 votes

    Is there still a free prime sign up..thing? Remember seeing some Amex promo as well.

    Edit. Ok, in an attempt to overcome my neg, I found you can sign up for a 30 day free prime trial, and my Westpac Amex had a 40% credit back statement credit (which I think applies to this as I previously thought that Prime was a streaming service).

    Even without it, get 3 for free shipping and gift the other 2 as work place Xmas deals.

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      Why did you even get negged?

      • +1 vote

        I plussed, as I saw helpful info. But I'm guessing it's due to previously not looking for themself, for something simple.

        General Observation Only, Not This Poster:
        Hoomans are devolving when it comes to investing their own time for information/anything they want. Social media, txt, email, spilling into everything else. We generally take the absolute shortest path. I see 100 examples a day, everywhere.

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    easy to clean ?

  • +4 votes

    also check out the one with stainless steel insulation cup:

    https://www.amazon.com.au/Barsetto-Machine-Portable-Stainles...

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    Thanks, bought some as gifts.

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    Thank you. Got one for a Christmas Present.

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    Does anyone own one of these, and know if there are supermarket pods that are compatible?

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      It says k-cup compatible, but my limited (20 min) research indicates that k-cup is a USA available pod. I can’t detect any compatibility with Aldi or K-fee (caffitaly) pods we have here.

      • +1 vote

        Search for the review from webmans on the Amazon listing and read the last few lines. "Moreover the new onces came with a new capsule holder which has sharp pins to puncture the nespresso capasule and redesigned pressure plug"

        • +1 vote

          Yes I read that too, but two things concerned me.

          1. The black unit description talks only about its Barsetto capsules
          2. The stainless one mentions k-Cup capsules

          The review you refer to mentions new ones. So given these are very cheap, are they "new" ones (as in design not "used") ?

          So as the stainless makes specific reference by the supplier to k-cup capsules where as the black doesn't I personally would be careful with buying the Black one.

          Anyway its now a mute point as the black is sold out (again to me indicating its was a close out of an older model) while the stainless at this time is still available.

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        I just came back from Canada / US with heap of k-cup pods. Obvious difference is that they are a decent sized pod unlike the rediculous little pods over here. When I get the machine I'll have a crack at solutions to refilling the k-cups and will report back.

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    Done. Thank you ozb. Hated how much waste pods cause and prefer using ground coffee.

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    I’m gonna be the party pooper and pass on the k cups due to the health concerns and environmental impact
    https://wellnessmama.com/55699/problem-with-coffee-pods/

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    If you're traveling, is the stainless steel one better in case of drops?

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    Thanks. Now I need a good manual coffee grinder. :)

  • +1 vote

    Thanks OP
    Christmas presents all sorted!

  • +2 votes

    For those keen on pods, there are decent options from Tripod Coffee.
    They’re Nespresso compatible, and are compostable too!
    My work supplies them and we’ve found they work well to satisfy those concerned about waste, resources and also coffee taste ;)
    If Nespresso capsules work in this unit, then the Tripod ones should work too.

  • +1 vote

    For a second there I thought this was a $16.50 fleshlight….

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    Now $22.25

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      No, black unit as originally listed, now not available, the stainless option which is still available was always $22.25 . Which also I think is a better buy. 😀

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    How does it compare to an aeropress

  • +4 votes

    Well this deal really sets the bar. I guess you could say Barsetto

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    I hope one day pods will be compatible to pretty much every coffee machine one day.

    To me it's still surprising it hasn't been implemented at all yet.

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      It will never happen. :)

      People still prefer some real fresh coffee (from fresh beans in varieties and more customizable -> grind -> machine ->to a cup of coffe) but pods can't match that taste. Pods are good for quick coffee fix.

    • +1 vote

      There are coffee machines that take all pods from Harris Scarfe. But hey let's face it, this is life…

      Different currencies,languages, iOS/android/PC/Mac/psx/xbox, side of the road we drive on, iTunes / playstore etc etc.

      Anyway, whatever pod you get, just refill it with fresh ground coffee.

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    Dagnammit…all sold out

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    Well. I'm not sure exactly what I'm going to get when and if it arrives.

    OP Your link now goes to a page whose title is the black version of the white one I ordered. It's description seems to be a pack of coffee pods and the pictures show pods and an electric coffee machine.

    The stainless steel one linked above is unavailable.

    The white one I ordered can't be found anywhere.

    There is a black one at $390 and a stainless steel one at $477 from a company called Inliar that's just launched.

    My order shows an image of the one I ordered in white, but the link goes to the black coffee pods. It's coming from barsetto-au.

    It's all very strange.

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      That's normal for when items are removed from a listing on Amazon. The pods were one of the options available alongside the black, white, and stainless machines. Those machines were removed as options and only the pods remain. The item was fulfilled by Amazon AU so as long as you ordered the thing you wanted, it'll arrive.

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    Cursing I missed out on this one…

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    I bought one and have no idea what a K-Cup is (I thought it was a bra size). What pods are you guys using?

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