LA PAVONI Stradivari STH
After the success of the model Europiccola (1950) and Professional (1970), comes Stradivari (2005), a machine that synthesize, the most pure shape and the most reliable technics thanks to the centenarian experience of La Pavoni.
The model Stradivari together with the coffee grinder Jolly and the plinth are the functional answer to the consumer’s need.
The model Stradivari has been studied drawing inspiration from the violin, sole musical instrument, became a work of art thanks to the famous lute-maker lived in Cremona, Antonio Stradivari.
The plinth remind to the violin case and the lever to the bow.
The result is to obtain a performance and an aesthetic and functional pleasure.
|Alimentation||220-240V 50/60 Hz ; 120V 60Hz|
|Average heating time||5 minutes|
|Boiler Capacity||l. 0,80|
|Boiler Pressure||0,7-0,8 bar|
|Control Pilot Temperature||Yes|
|Number of cups of Espresso brewed||8|
|Manual Reset Safety Thermostat||Yes|
|Pressurestat to keep a constant pressure in the boiler||Yes|
|Heating element||950 W|
|Steam tap with interchangeable with turbo steam device/ Cappuccino Automatic||Yes|
|Steam Delivery||10 minutes|
|Water level indicator||Yes|
|Width/ depth/ height||200X290X320 mm|
Great manual espresso maker Review by Victor
You'd better know your coffee before you even start looking at this espresso maker. It is a manual pull espresso maker, meaning there is some art and a lot of trial/error incurred when making your coffee. That said, this has produced some of the best espresso I've ever had. It's a smaller maker, and is great for someone who just wants about 4-6 espresso shots before needing to refill (Posted on 3/15/2016)
Review Review by Neil John
nice quality and nice design (Posted on 3/15/2016)