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Sunbeam Cafe Series Espresso EM7000G (Graphite)

Sunbeam Cafe Series Espresso EM7000G (Graphite)

4.5 from 6 reviews

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    geffg

    geffg

    • 2 reviews

    Quality Machine at Excellent price!

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    We are coffee snobs - the only thing we are snobbish about. When you have only one or two coffees are they have to be good. The Sunbeam delivers quality consistently.
    We have had our machine for 4 1/2 years now and it's probably coming to end of life (there are signs) but it's still making great coffee.
    In the early days we could not get consistently- but realised it was possibly our cheap grinder. Wr got a reasonably grinder and get perfect coffee every time. Very happy.

    Date PurchasedJul 2014
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    Customer C.Sunbeam

    Hi geffg,
    Great to hear it's been such a good machine for you, thanks for the review!

    skennedy

    skennedyNewcastle

    • 5 reviews
    • 1 like

    Good For Price

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    Purchased this about a year and a half ago. Good coffee machine, however ours has broken twice and we've got replacements both times. Works well other than that and makes good coffee. Would purchase this again, however, I would have purchased a longer warranty on it as ours is starting to look like it might break again as the milk isn't frothing great.

    Date PurchasedDec 2015
    truth

    truthBrisbane

    • 6 reviews
    • 5 likes

    Amazing machine

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    Coffee is cafe style.
    Very easy to use.
    Fairly easy to clean.

    Extremely well built and I believe (and hope) it will last a long time.
    I can now make cafe style coffee's from home. I use Merlo beans and it comes out amazing.
    the dual boiler is amazing and I can froth Milk and make coffee at the same time.

    Date PurchasedNov 2016
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    Alan

    AlanGreater Melbourne (Metropolitan), VIC

    • 4 reviews
    • 2 likes

    Good coffee, machine broke after 18 months of average use.

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    Date PurchasedJun 2014
    Michael

    MichaelTownsville

    • 3 reviews
    • 3 likes

    This is my baby and i love him.

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    I love my em7000 very much coffee smooth and clean and taste is smooth and creamy strong i love make coffee by hand like a true barista. easy to used grind and make power steam hard make milk full and creame it like walk into my local coffee shop. easy to clean i personal clean my with same product coffee shop used none of sunbeam stuff.

    Date PurchasedMay 2010

    Don't blame the machine.

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    Questions & Answers

    frank.naaykens

    frank.naaykensasked

    Cafe Series Espresso EM7000G (Graphite)

    Whats the power consumption of the EM7000 ?

    1 answer
    Alan Clay
    Alan Clay

    From my perspective absolute rubbish, I am so over Sunbeam. Noisy, and very poor temperature calibration, The milk frothing component is next to useless Still trading on their pre nineties reputation. Their product and after sales service sucks. Fortunately the one I had came from Big W, and true to their reputation, they did not hesitate and gave me a full refund on the spot!

    growlr

    growlrasked

    Cafe Series Espresso EM7000G (Graphite)

    Has anyone had problems with the steam wand temperature gauge reading incorrectly? Had machine for 3 months, it has been great. The milk is getting much hotter than the guage is reading. Also I am unable to remove the end of the steam wand off for cleaning purposes.

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    Lorraine
    Lorraine

    I'm sorry that your experiencing this problem...hope I don't. I've only had my machine for a month, I use it regularly and love it. We do have a problem though.... We're put off going to our favourite cafe, our coffee is just as good.

    MarkMcD
    MarkMcD

    The milk temp is out due to the design. The sensor is around the back of the wand, and it is, (IMO) not properly insulated - I don't know if it can be - so it is reading temp OF THE WAND, not of the milk.

    I had EM6910 & used clip-on thermometers when making milk - barista course I did said you could tell the temp accurately by hand. That 's not true so I got thermos & calibrated using hot tap water and medical grade thermometer. So with EM7000 I used them & the built in thermo & found there is approx 5º discrepancy between what built in reads & actual temp out in the milk.

    No biggie, you just let the thermo get to about 5º the recommended region.

    But your case sounds like the exact opposite. I suggest first get a clip on thermo (cost about $12 - $15) and check your milk temps. If the situation is as you describe your machine is faulty and should be returned under warranty.

    MarkMcD
    MarkMcD

    Also...

    I don't think the tip comes off on the EM7000.

    To keep things clean I run a cleaner (mixed with water in the tank) through the wand every so often. Cino Cleano is available from my local roaster and does an excellent job. But 2 tricks will help you never having to worry about it.
    1. When turn off steam, remove wand from milk BEFORE steam stops. Takes a little practice & you have to pull jug away at angle of the wand to avoid splash. What happens is, if you follow SB recommendation, steam is highly expanded water, & when that stops pushing out the tip, milk can be sucked back up wand. Removing wand BEFORE steam stops (but after you turn it off) prevents this suction effect.
    2. After EVERY use, purge the steam. Point the wand back into drip tray and run steam for few seconds. Removes any gunk in wand before it can cook and congeal.

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