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Macap M4 Stepless

+ $574

Its worm gear-driven stepless adjustment makes it one of the best stepless adjustable grinders on the market today. The worm gear makes it simple to make even a minute adjustment, and the best part is that you can do it with either hand.

Mazzer Mini Doserless

+ $925

The Mazzer Mini Electronic Doserless grinder is one of our favorite espresso grinders for its accurate grind, intuitive electronic dosing controls, and control of static (the grinds just drop right into your portafilter without spreading over your countertop!).

Vario

+ $434

Here's the short answer on why this grinder is worth $434: It has the serious quality of a professional level espresso grinder, with precision adjustment to achieve the perfect espresso shot, yet it can switch to your favorite French press or coffee maker setting without losing your micro espresso setting.

Baratza Preciso

+ $270

Based on the popular Virtuoso, the Preciso adds extra precision and control. It retains the 40 grind adjustment steps, but a second micro adjustment lever further divides each of the 40 steps into 11 distinct settings. Smaller steps means more control over your espresso grind, enabling you to pull that perfect shot.

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Deluxe Starter Kit

+ $85

Upgrade your home barista station with our Deluxe Starter Kit.

Water Softening and Filtration System

+ $110

This combination water softener and filter system contains everything you need to connect your espresso machine to your water source and protect it at the same time from mineral deposits.

Clive Tamper Style 5 :: Walnut

+ $75

A good home barista setup requires good tools. Here's Our own custom tamper, made in Portland. Walnut handle and stainless steel base.

Motta Stainless Steel Knock Box

+ $65

This sturdy knock box is made from 18/10 stainless steel. With a thick rubber pad on the bottom, the box stays put and absorbs shock.

Quick Mill Anita Espresso Machine

Anita features the professional-quality E-61 grouphead.

$1,595.00

Overview

Quick Mill Anita

The Anita Espresso Machine by Quick Mill is another beautiful and well-engineered addition to Quickmill's lineup. Anita features the professional-quality E-61 grouphead with built in pre-infusion. The large, copper heat exchange boiler that allows you to steam milk and brew espresso at the same time. Its heavily insulated boiler keeps your kitchen and the delicate internal components from overheating.

Anita is very easy to work with, so you'll be making cafe quality cappuccinos in no time at all.

QUICK MILL ANITA UPGRADES

  • Hinged cover for easy access to water reservoir
  • Easy Access Expansion Valve - No Need to Remove the Shell to Adjust
  • Stainless Steel Steam and Hot Water Arms
  • 4 Hole .9 mm Steam Tip - Same as the one on the Mini Vivaldi II
  • Easy Access Boiler Drain

Details

  • High-quality stainless steel construction
  • E-61 commercial group
  • Two complete 58 mm portafilters (one single and one double)
  • Built-in heat exchanger (so you can brew coffee and steam milk simultaneously)
  • Thermo siphon circulation (maintains consistent brewing temperature)
  • Ulka 52 watt vibratory pump with thermal overload protection
  • Extremely heavy duty 1,400 watt heating element
  • Water reservoir 3 liters
  • Hot water and steam nozzles
  • Boiler pressure gauge
  • Group pressure gauge
  • Automatic water level control
  • For downloadable product manual, click here.

Dimensions and Specifications

  • Width: 10 3/4"
  • Depth: 17 1/4"
  • Height: 15 3/4"
  • Boiler Capacity: 1.6L
  • Voltage: 110
  • Weight:47 lbs
  • Shot drop distance: 3 1/2"

Pros

  • Heat Exchange System

    Steam and hot water are available on demand, and you can pull shots while you steam.

  • Easy to use

    There's no need to switch into different modes for steaming and making espresso, making Anita both approachable and user-friendly.

Cons

  • Heating time

    Since the Anita is so solidly built, you need to give it at least 20 minutes of warm up time before making drinks.

  • Vibratory pump

    Some people find vibratory pumps to be quite noisy.

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