expired Sunbeam Cafe Espresso Machine EM6910 $498 BigW - Save $200 - Online Only (Plus $8 Delivery)

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Sunbeam Cafe Series Espresso Machine EM6910 $498 (save $200) Plus $8.00 delivery

The Sunbeam EM6910 Café Series Espresso Machine features advanced programming that adjusts the espresso temperature and produces superior steam performance. The Espresso machine also provides a 3.0 litre water reservoir with low water indicator.
Semi-auto pump espresso machine
Twin pump and twin thermoblock - TPTT" System
Simultaneous use-pour espresso and texture milk
15 BAR espresso pump and 4 BAR steam pump
Dedicated thermoblock heating systems lined with stainless steel
Espresso Gauge - extraction quality
Hot water dispenser
Accessories- 600ml stainless milk jug, barista coffee tamper and spoon
Variable steam control dial
Steam wand
Removable drip tray and grill
Warming Plate

This deal isnt as good overall value as some of the EM6910+grinder deals we saw earlier in the year, however its been a long time since we've seen those.

Static-ice didn't turn up much but from looking at priceget this would still appear to be the cheapest around by $117.

This also qualifies for Bonus $30 Gift Card / Rebate from Sunbeam:
http://www.sunbeam.com.au/au/promotions/12-wishes-of-christm...
(Thanks to bonus999 for the heads up)

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    Excellent machine for sub 1k machine had one 12 months and love it

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    Can someone educate me how this is different from those in the $150 mark?

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      it has double boiler, so you can steam the milk while extracting the coffee. i owned one and it extracted much better espresso compared with the $150 machine.

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        It's not a double boiler, but twin thermoblocks. Yes, same function but different technologies used to extract the shot and produce steam.

        Serious coffee drinkers use either heat exchangers or boilers since they maintain more stable temperatures required for the perfect expresso shot.

        Of course, probably 99% of the population can't tell the difference. Dual boilers/thermoblocks are really handy. Saves so much time waiting for the steam wand to heat up properly and/or the machine to cool down properly to pull a shot.

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    just bought one Philips Saeco Intelia One Touch Cappuccino HD8753 for $500
    im happy with mine.

  • +2 votes

    OP, don't forgot Sunbeam have $30 dolllars gift card rebate.
    So, it somehow down to $468 for the machine

    reference: http://www.sunbeam.com.au/au/promotions/12-wishes-of-christm...

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      Cheers for the info mate will add it in

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    Fantastic deal, and the cheapest I've seen it since I paid $521 3 years ago. Great machine and hasn't skipped a beat since I got one.

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    I recently picked up one of these, barely used (along with a bangbang and a em0480 grinder) on a local facebook classifieds site for $250. It makes a FANTASTIC cup of coffee.

    (We'd not long ago bought a Breville Caferoma and I couldn't get a consistent cup of coffee out of it. On top of that, it blocked up every couple of days, and I couldn't find a source for the unpressurised basket that supposedly causes it to make decent coffee (except overseas at nearly $40, and that wasn't happening). In short, I'd regretted buying it.)

    This is a great price, for a seriously good machine. Nice find OP

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    The coffee that comes out of this machine has a basket in the handle thingy that has many holes compared to those cheaper machines. This is called an unpressurised basket. This means you extract more coffee oil from the bean. All professional coffee machines have this. Make sure you marry this machine with a decent grinder. This machine is also so so easy to clean and with the bang bang bucket, one tap and the coffee puck falls out. For those who are looking at pods, sorry but if you find pod coffee nice, then your taste buds are already dead.

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