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Mike Preuett

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Mike Preuett asked a question about a product...
at 03-07-2013 9:54pm
DeLonghi EC702
DeLonghi EC702

Are parts available to service these machines?

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mjackson ♦ Mike,
Yes if you call Delonghi direct at 1-800-322-3848 they will be glad to help.

03-08-2013 9:46am |

Mark Baker

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at 01-01-2013 2:56pm
DeLonghi EC702
DeLonghi EC702

Please help: Is the quoted MIR rebate for the EC702 DeLonghi still valid possibley for later mail in per chance? It's quoted from (10/1/2012 - 12/31/2012 For Pump Espresso

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mjackson ♦ mark,
It needs to be purchased within that time frame. You just have to have a receipt showing purchase within that time period. They give you additional time to respond and mail it in.

01-02-2013 3:42pm |

Mike biggs

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at 12-27-2012 10:38am
DeLonghi EC702
DeLonghi EC702

I am looking at the DeLongi EC 702 vs the Gaggia Revolution.I noticed the DeLongi has a stainless steel boiler and the Gaggia has an Aluminum boiler.Is one a better option than the other .I am trying to decide which one to buy,

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A A Mike, Both of the machines work very well to make a quick and easy at home drink. I know there are a lot of people concerned with Aluminum contacting water, but there is no risk with these machines. Both of them heat up very quick will perform well for you.

12-27-2012 3:13pm |

Carmen Braghetta

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at 10-15-2012 12:41am
DeLonghi EC702
DeLonghi EC702

Hi, I noticed in the video that the shot came out really slowly, which will cause a burnt shot of espresso. Is it possible to regulate the flow in this machine? Also, is it possible to steam the milk while you pull your shots? Seriously, had I not seem the video and realized the shot was coming out like that I would have bought it right away. I understand you need a proper grind for espresso, but I still would like to be able to calibrate it and steam the milk while pulling the shot, it is ideal

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mjackson ♦ Carmen,

This is a good machine you actually want the shot to take about 25 seconds to brew. That is a normal time for a shot. It will not be over extracted. You can not brew and steam at the same time and you cant do that with a machine until you spend close to $ 1000. You can regulate the flow by making your grind coarser or finer. For the money this machien actually works very well. I think you will be happy with it.

10-15-2012 8:22am |

kasey kibbe

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at 04-12-2012 2:25pm
DeLonghi EC702
DeLonghi EC702

what kind of operating capacity does this machine have?

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mjackson ♦ Kasey,

It is a home machine and is made for normal home use. I would not use it for a business. If that is what you are thinking you can make a drink every 3 minutes or so. It is meant for up to lets say 10-15 drinks a day with small sized drinks. Please call us if you are needing a machine for a business and we can make some suggestions.

04-13-2012 8:45am |

Donna Martin

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at 03-13-2012 12:52am
DeLonghi EC702
DeLonghi EC702

Isn't this machine:
the Delonghi Ec702
http://www.shopping.com/delonghi-ec702/cafe-at-home/87182875/reviews#tabAnchor

the same as this one: http://www.wholelattelove.com/searchresults.cfm
and eligible for a price match?

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mjackson ♦ Donna,

It is the same machine. We can of course match the price and give us a call if you have any questions. It is a great machine for the money.

03-13-2012 8:45am |

Frank Ferrara

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at 11-14-2011 1:09pm
DeLonghi EC702
DeLonghi EC702

Where is this machine made?

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Mike Russo ♦ Frank...Thank you for your interest in the DeLonghi EC702. Delonghi is an Italian company founded in 1902 by the Delonghi family. It had originally produced heaters and air conditioners but has since diversified into small household appliances. It has won several prestigious awards for the outstanding designs of its products. Today, this company can be found in more than 70 countries and has 13 production facilities worldwide. Thanks.

11-15-2011 11:00am |

David Simms

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at 09-10-2011 2:18pm
DeLonghi EC702
DeLonghi EC702

What is the wattage of the espresso maker? How reliable is the DeLonghi EC702 compared to other espresso makers? Does it have a device to introduce air while steaming milk?

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mjackson ♦ It is 1100 watts. I can tell you we cant seem to keep them in stock as people do really like them. think it is a good reliable machine. It actually has a steam wand that works well.

09-12-2011 12:39pm |

Cheryl Prochilo

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at 09-02-2011 1:57pm
DeLonghi EC702
DeLonghi EC702

i have an EC701...Im looking for the pod holder- not the whole handle thing...just the pod holder/filer-someone threw mine out with the pod....do you sell just the little cup/filter thing that sits in the handle?

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mjackson ♦ Cheryl,

I am sorry we don't have that and you will need to call Delonghi. 1-800-322-3848 and they will be able to help.

09-05-2011 12:19pm |

shayhw

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at 07-29-2011 7:55pm
DeLonghi EC702
DeLonghi EC702

I own a Gaggia Evolution for which I grind fresh espresso beans. Now, I'm buying a 2nd machine for our vacation home and I plan to use ESE pods exclusively. Would I be better off with the DeLonghi EC702 or with another Gaggia? Or would you recommend another machine that's especially good with ESE pods?
Thanks,
Shay Weisbrich

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mjackson ♦ Shay,

I would get the Gaggia since you are familiar with the Gaggia I would go that route. Buy the pod only basket to make it work the best. I think you will hapiest with the Gaggia.

07-30-2011 9:35am |

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