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Breville Duo-Temp Pro $274 Delivered @ BIG W eBay

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Also available at bigw for $299

Your espresso journey begins here. A great tasting espresso or cappuccino is about the right balance of sweetness, acidity and bitterness. The Duo-Temp Pro provides you with cafe quality taste at home.
Product Features:

Low pressure pre-infusion
Electronic PID Temperature control
Razorâ„¢ Precision Dosing Tool
Auto purge
Thermocoil heating system
Integrated removable tamper
54mm stainless steel Portafilter
480ml milk jug
Cup Warming Tray
Removable 1.8L water tank
High Power 1700W
Commercial style steam wand
Removable Drip Tray

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  • +5

    great price for an entry level machine

    • +1

      agreed. probs the best bang for your buck for your entry into the world of espresso. the only thing cheaper would be getting something 2nd hand.

      • Bought an entry level ( $200 +- ) Breville coffe machine 17 years ago slightly lower model than this and loved

        it and never looked back. Had a few more expensive models and all failed, this one still going ( was unused for about 5 years ).

  • Does anyone have any experience with this compared to the delonghi dedica?

    • +3

      I've got this in a holiday house we rent out via AirBnB - ripper of a machine that is simple to use. Personally I would rate this much higher than a Dedica.

      At this price there isn't much that can touch it.

    • +1

      Destroys it easily.

      Actual proper machine, where they have cut costs is made everything including the controls as simple as possible while still having the guts of the more expensive brevilles.

    • +2

      Delonghi machines at this price point are clearly built down to a price (I'm being polite).
      I returned mine since it became dangerous and bought a Breville Infuser - massive upgrade. (Since then have moved up the Breville Range).
      This Duo Temp is only missing the programmed shot volume of the Infuser.
      I reckon it's a bargain at this price.

    • Makes decent espresso, no complaints at the price point

    • +Breville:
      Nicer stainless steel portafilter.
      Better steam delivery and wand making finer microfoam texture
      Simpler operation.
      (IMO) Better looking and feels more solid.
      -Breville
      No shot programmability

      +Dedica
      Can set temperature to 3 different preset levels
      two programmable shot buttons with preinfusion
      Slimmer footprint
      Usually cheaper when on sale
      -Dedica
      Aluminium portafilter feels a bit cheap and nasty
      Pressurised baskets fake the crema
      Awful "panarello" steam wand just creates a meringue. Using the inner flexible rubber wand can work in a pinch but flies off and needs to be secured with e.g. a cable tie or something.
      -Plastic construction is a bit dodgy
      -Thermocoil is a not ideally posiitoned with quite a long tube connecting it to the showerscreen (meaning the delivered water temperature is less well controlled)

      Optional: Dedica can be modded with a better steam wand for better texture, add pressurised basket for real crema with fresh beans

  • Bought this about a week ago for 312, so amazing value. Great coffee as well!

  • Is the milk frother any good?

    • +3

      Can froth no different to the higher end brevilles imo. Just takes a little bit longer to get up to pressure and temp.

      • Question: for 2 or more coffees, do we have to wait much?

        • +1

          As long as you shoot all your shots of espresso first, then steam all your milk you should be fine. The only waiting will be the transition between shots and steam. Otherwise it should be able to handle it, although I wouldn't advise buying such a low end home machine to make more than 3 coffees at once all the time.

    • I've got the Dual Boiler, and I bought this one for my mum last year. The machines can both froth milk the same, but it takes a lot longer on this one, which does introduce some issues, mainly around your technique.

  • I've got the all silver model, presuming it's basically the same build it's a great machine. All metal exterior except the cup tray thingy on top. The only complaint I have is that the water tank could be bigger. I find I have to fill it up more than I imagined (though that's water + steam use).

  • How does this compare to the Sunbeam Mini Barista?

  • In the market for an espresso machine myself, I was hoping to get the bambino plus but there haven't been any deals lately. Might just have to pull the trigger on this deal, but just don't want to be upgrading constantly.

    • +1

      Unless you turn into a coffe making/drinking enthusiast and your constantly chasing the "idea" of a better shot/coffe,

      you will be happy to use this, perfect your grind and skills, and you'll be even happier.

      I upgraded and actually preferred my cheaper/simpler Breville I started with as shots were usually as good and not so finneky.

  • Can anyone recommend a cheap but quality grinder to go with this?

    • +1

      "Cheap but quality" for espresso is usually a mirage.
      Anyhow depends on budget:

      (manual grinder) Timemore Nano manual $150-175
      Breville Smart Grinder Pro is reasonable with some clumping for around $200 on special
      (manual grinder) $225 -$250 such as the 1zpresso JX Pro
      Next price tier up to $650 or so are the Eureka Specialita, DF64, etc

    • +1

      Wait for a deal on the Breville smart grinder pro… you're wasting money buying a cheap grinder.

  • Thanks OP. Was not quick enough for eBay, but went to BigW website and was able to buy one with gift cards 5% OFF to pick-up from local BigW (last one in stock).

  • Back in stock but code expired. I used AFPY10 and got it for $276 delivered

    • Shouldn't that make it $270?

  • I thought so but was $276. Happy with that beats $299 plus $7.95 delivery

  • Anyone still waiting for delivery?

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