This machine adds elegance to any kitchen with its beautiful brushed stainless steel exterior and stylish brewing controls to match. The commercial quality brewing components give increased durability and an overall better cup of coffee. Featuring a chrome-plated brass brew group, a heavy 58mm commercial style portafilter and a three-way solenoid valve, the Baby Class has powerful internal components to brew that perfect cup time and time again. The unique boiler system with two heating elements provides even heat distribution and speeds up the initial heat-up process. This machine is fully equipped with a Turbo Frother and a multipositional Pannarello wand, taking the guesswork out of frothing and steaming. A large 60 oz water reservoir can be removed or filled in place for added convenience. Like all Gaggia semi-automatics, the Baby Class is compatible with ESE sized pods.
- Accessories Included: Single, pod and double shot stainless steel filter baskets, coffee tamper, and 7 gram scoop
- The chrome-plated brass, 58 mm commercial style portafilter helps maintain a stable brewing temperature. The portafilter is perfect for brewing ground coffee, or ESE certified espresso pods.
- Gaggia's Turbo Frothing Wand allows you to steam and froth milk for cappuccinos and lattes with the greatest of ease. Extremely user-friendly and precise, you'll have great foam with no hassle!
- Atop the machine you will find an passively heated cup warmer. Don't let a cold cup ruin your perfect espresso!
- Brushed stainless steel housing
- Can make two cups simultaneously
- Stainless steel turbo frother attachment with rapid steam for fool-proof frothing
- High wattage boiler with two heating elements
- Three-way solenoid valve
- Powerful 15-bar pump
- Made in Italy
- On top of the machine, you'll find a spacious 60 ounce water reservoir that can be removed for filling at the faucet or can simply be refilled while in place.
- Power Supply: 1425 Watts / 120 Volts / 60 Hz
- One year limited warranty (warranty not valid outside of US)
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