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Oscar is a fitting name for a machine that shines like a star, and Nuova Simonelli’s Oscar truly does shine. As the smallest member in a line of commercial grade, NSF approved machines, the Oscar’s modest appearance belies the full extent of its capabilities.
The Oscar’s is housed in matte black plastic with a traditional steam knob and plastic brew and power buttons. The water reservoir can be accessed through the top of the machine and holds up to 2.3 liters of water. For greater cup clearance the drip tray can be revoved, also it holds up to 1 liter of water before needing to be emptied. When you get under the hood though you’ll see why the Oscar truly shines. Many of the same commercial components found in Nuova Simonelli’s commercial machines have been used in the Oscar as well. It’s worth noting that the water system inside the Oscar is almost exclusively copper, including the 2.5 liter heat exchange boiler. 
For frothing milk the machine is equipped with a four-hole commercial style steam wand. Thanks to the heat exchange boiler you’ll be able to brew and steam simultaneously, cutting down on drink preparation time. On a final note, each machine is packaged with 58mm single and double spout portafilters, a single and double shot filter basket, and a backflush disc.
Dimensions: 15.75” D x 11.8” W x 15.75” H
Weight: 31lbs 


Frothing Wand
Material: Stainless Steel
Steam Wand Style: Commercial Style
Wand Movement: Articulating
Number Of Holes: 4
No Burn Wand: No
Water Source
Reservoir Or Plumbed: Reservoir
Reservoir Capacity (Oz): 77
Removable: No
Reservoir Access: Top
Water Level Visible: No
Type Of Controls: Push Button
Programmable Brewing: No
Pre-Infusion: No
Pressure Gauges: No
Steam Control: Yes
Brew Temperature Display: No
Portafilter Data
Type: Commercial Style
Quantity Included: 2
Diameter (Millimeter): 58
Commercial Filter Baskets Included: 2
Bottomless Portafilter Available: Yes
Tamper Size (Millimeter): 58
Boiler Data
Number Of Boilers: 1
Brew And Steam Simultaneously: Yes
Rapid Steam: Yes
Brew Boiler Data
Brew Boiler Type: Heat Exchanger
Brew boiler Volume (Oz): 2.5 Liter
Brew Boiler Material: Copper
Brew Boiler Auto Fill: Yes
Pump Data
Pump Type: Vibration
Maximum Pressure (Bar): 15
Brew Pressure Adjustability: No
Self Priming Pump: Yes
Warranty (Years): 2
Country Of Manufacture: Italy
NSF Certified: Yes
Recommended Applications: Home / Commercial
Service provided
Repairs By: Whole Latte Love
Contact Number: 1-888-411-5282
Misc Data
Manufacturer: Nuova Simonelli
Model: Oscar
Dimension - Width (Inches): 11.8
Dimension - Height (Inches): 15.75
Dimension - Depth (Inches): 15.75
Weight (lbs): 31
Housing Materials: Plastic
Drip Tray Material: Plastic
Drip Tray Cover Material: Plastic
Drip Tray Capacity (Oz): 1 Liter
Drain Line Adaptable: No
Easy To Rotate: No
Power Cord Storage: No
Tall Legs: Yes


"it’s worth noting that the water system inside the Oscar is almost exclusively copper," does the water come in contact with aluminium? 



Answer by Sanfam:

The group head of this machine consists of brass and stainless steel components, and outside of the copper hoses and other brass fittings, that's largely it.  There is no aluminum used that I'm aware of.

marty asked:

which machine is more reliable? i saw many expobar refurbished models on your website. does that mean frequent problems? also, i noticed you sell some sort of the copper disk (mentioned in the video) for expobar. is that already installed or do i have to install it myself. finally, which machine produces better espresso shots. 

Answer by mjackson:

They both are good machines. The Oscar is rated for commercial use. It also has a bigger boiler. It does have a lot of plastic on the machine externally. They are of similar build quality. Which one makes better shots is a tough call it really depends on you , the grinder and the coffee. They will both make good shots with the proper technique and good coffee. I am not sure what copper disk you mean. 


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