Small machine for big coffee moments
|Water tank capacity
|Number of recipes
|Adjustable drip tray (number of levels)
|Programmable Auto off
|9 or 30 minutes
|Removable drip tray
|Auto off (switches off after)
|9 or 30 minutes
|Way of customization
|Press Espresso or Lungo Button
|Removable water tank
|Used capsules container
|Auto stop of beverage
|Number of cups prepared at once
Do not use refrigerated or warm water as this might impact the temperature of the beverage.
Use always fresh water and replace the water if system has not been used for more than 2 days.
For cold beverages, use water at ambient temperature, never refrigerated water, and place two or more ice cubes (20g per ice cube) in the cup.
To be noticed that water hardness is the first reason of machine calcification and so it is recommended to descale the machine frequently (every 3months or less according to water hardness).
We recommend using the descaling product provided by the manufacturer.
For a daily average usage of 4 cups and if the water is hard, we recommend descaling your machine at least every 3 months.
If you live in an area where the water is very hard, you may wish to descale more often.
Clean it with water and/or cleaning products recommended by the device manufacturer.
This can prevent clogging in the water outlet and hygiene issues.
Verify that the drip-tray is correctly positioned.
When you select a small or large cup, the pump makes a lot of noise but no drops come out.
- Remove the capsule if there is one.
- Fill the tank to the maximum with hot water (60°C).
- Turn on the machine and select the large cup.
- Take out and reposition the tank every 3 seconds. There should be air bubbles escaping from the tank valve.
- The priming is done and the water flows through the coffee outlet.
If priming is not possible after these manipulations, take the appliance to an authorized service center.
Paper capsules do not interact with the machine in the same way as aluminum capsules. It takes slightly longer for the machine to pierce the paper capsule, and sometimes a very small amount of water may flow around the capsule and into the cup. A few water drops should not affect the taste or aroma of your coffee.
In fact, an expresso can be distinguished by its rich aroma and the creamy foam on the surface of the cup.
This requires a pressure of 15 bar (achieved only by espresso machines), water heated to 90-92°C and finely ground and measured coffee (7 g per cup).
It is recommended to empty the bin when it's full or at least once a day, and to clean it regularly.
We advise you to enjoy your paper-based capsules within four weeks of opening the pouch for the best coffee experience. The shelf-life of an unopened sachet is six months.
Although coffee grounds in your cup are harmless, this does not give the best coffee experience and we do not recommend drinking the cup of coffee. We recommend placing a container under the coffee outlet and press the Lungo button (no capsule) to rinse any coffee grounds from the inside of the brewing unit, then brew a new cup of coffee with a new capsule.
As with any organic food matter, there is a risk of mould developing. How long this may take depends on the temperature and humidity levels of the environment in which the capsules are stored. Therefore, we cannot guarantee that the capsules are safe to use beyond four weeks after opening the sachet.
If you put the capsules in a jar or a closed box, we cannot guarantee the shelf-life of your capsules within 4 weeks of opening the sachet.
We advise you to empty the capsule bin at least once a day. If there is mold inside the bin, wash it with warm water and soap.
The presence of mould in the capsule bin does not affect the preparation of cups of coffee.