Gevi Espresso Machines 20 Bar Fast Heating Automatic

(8 customer reviews)


Brand: Gevi
Capacity: 12 Cups
Color: Black
Special Feature: LCD Screen
Coffee Maker Type: Espresso Machine


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  • ✔【ADVANCED THERMOBLOCK FAST HEATING SYSTEM】Advanced 1350W big power Thermoblock Fast Heating System can continue to make espresso or froth milk. Water comes out directly from the pipe, which makes sure the freshwater is. You can enjoy making a good kind of coffee in 45 seconds.
  • ✔【20 BAR PRESSURE SYSTEM】:20 Bar high-pressure pump can provide fast and stable extraction, making espresso more fragrant and rich in crema.
  • ✔【LED SCREEN DISPLAY】: LED display with illuminated icons makes for an easy and intuitive experience.
  • ✔【DOUBLE TEMPERATURE CONTROL】: 2 separate thermostats control adjusts the temperature of the water and milk foam so that the taste of coffee can reach the ideal state, and the milk foam is rich and cream.
  • ✔ 【STABLE STEAM CONTROL】: Manual steam wand with the right steam pressure can create thousands of tiny bubbles that mix with air and steam to turn milk into a silky smooth micro-foam.360°rotating stainless steel frothing wand is more convenient to use.
  • ✔ 【EASY VIEW REMOVABLE WATER TANK】 – Equipped with a removable water tank, you could see the water level intuitively, and it’s easy to add water and reinstall.
  • ✔【STYLISH&DURABLE】-Compact design, stylish and durable, which is ideal for any size of kitchen.

8 reviews for Gevi Espresso Machines 20 Bar Fast Heating Automatic

  1. Cece

    At first, I wasn’t sure if I loved this machine and would send it back. I looked through the videos and reviews for some hints on what could be going wrong. –I like a very strong cup of coffee, latte, cappuccino, espresso shot, etc. If it’s not strong, I don’t enjoy it and most coffee that I don’t get in a coffee shop doesn’t hit the mark. But I figured it out. I cracked the code. It took me about a week or so of trial and error (trying once a day) and now I can make my perfect latte (my favorite drink and the one I’ve been working on). I’ll tell you what I do, but this may not be your secret recipe. Give it a chance, you can figure out your favorite way with this machine too.Here’s how I make my perfect latte.I use espresso roasted beans. (I tried regular dark roasted coffee and it’s not great, in my opinion.)I use the 2 cup basket and I run it twice.I bought a heavy tamper made of stainless steel. The one that comes with it wasn’t making a consistent enough cup. (inexpensive on Amazon)While I’m making my shots, I put the stainless steel frothing pitcher I bought in the freezer. (inexpensive on Amazon)I run the fresh grounds through with the 2 cup setting, I leave the portafilter in place and then I run it again.I put the two espresso cups into my latte cup and prepare the milk.I use 6 ounces of whole milk in the pitcher that was in the freezer for a couple of minutes. I run the steam setting into the milk until the pitcher gets just a little bit uncomfortable to the touch. Then I pour half of the liquid into my latte cup.I then steam the remaining pitcher of milk until it froths to the top of the pitcher. Even though this is only 6 ounces of milk, with the amount of foam this makes, it makes a full “Vente” amount of latte. When I used 8 ounces of milk it was too milky and when I used less, it wasn’t quite the volume I like. So play around with it based on your likes.Hint: You may need to empty the tray of water a few times in this process. When you run the steamer as long as I do, it fills up pretty quick.Here’s a KEY hint: After you throw out the grounds and rinse the basket, put it back empty and run it again. This will help the basket not to clog and give you a full-bodied shot. I found just rinsing it and not doing this, that the shots were becoming weak.Run the steamer into a cup to clear out any milk or clog that might happen if you don’t. Use a wet paper towel or washcloth and get all the milk residue off the steam wand. Remove the attachment to get it clean.I feel like if anyone comes over and would like me to make them a good espresso, I could figure out, based on their likes, how to do it well on this machine.

  2. JR 888

    I’ve never owned an espresso machine before, so I don’t have anything to compare it to. I really enjoy espresso (and coffee in general), and this machine makes tasty bean juice. For context, my go-to drink is an americano, and my wife loves a good latte (this machine is capable of both). Here’s my list of pros/cons and suggested extra tools to make this machine shine.Pros:-Very easy to use – I still haven’t opened the instructions, and have no intention to-Simple controls – No fancy LED screens or anything. Very straightforward.-Heats quickly – both the espresso and steam wand-Looks great – It’s small and fits on the counter nicelyCons:-The included pressurized portafilter holds 11-12g of grounds in the largest basket (seems like a small amount because it kinda is…)-The water tank location isn’t great, and it’s on the small side. You have to purposely check the back of the machine to see the water level. There have already been several times that it’s run dry on me… My fault, but it’s still a con due to the design IMHO.-The steam wand is just ok… If you leave the outer sleeve on it, you get nothing but large foam. I suggest taking that off and working on angling whatever vessel you are using to try and create a vortex. This gives you some microfoam and hot milk, but I’ve never come close to anything that will create the latte art. Still tastes good, but the advertising is misleading.It’s a good unit, and with a few extra tools, it makes really good espresso:-I suggest…. Scratch that…. You NEED a better tamper – specifically a calibrated tamper (around $15-25). They aren’t that expensive, and the plastic tool that it comes with should just be thrown away.-I found a bottomless (not pressurized) portafilter that holds more grounds (straight from that Chinese site – under $20). This was a HUGE improvement to the quality and strength of espresso.-Puck screen helped the channeling. This was cheap ($6 from that Chinese site) and make a noticeable difference.-A portafilter dosing funnel will drastically cut down on the mess while allowing you to get in a full dose of grounds. There are several on this site – I suggest one that doesn’t sit in the portafilter, rather a magnetic one that sits on top.-Last, but certainly not least (should be first or second….) get a decent scale that does gram measurement, and a decent burr grinder. Without these essential tools, each cup is a guessing game where the looser is your taste buds.

  3. S. Rogers

    Would definitely buy again.

  4. David A.

    Everything about this Gevi is awesome. I had never made expresso before (I am a huge Americano fan) and this was incredibly easy to learn how to operate and is super reiliable, given we use it multiple times a day in the house. Nice size water tank and easy to clean. Best coffee we have ever made at home. We use Illy expresso which is a great start for sure.

  5. Julie Hall

    I originally purchased the expresso maker so I could froth milk. The frother unfortunately is very disappointing and I couldn’t ever get it to froth as good as my hand held battery operated frother so I don’t even use the frother. On a positive note the Bustello expresso comes out with a nice creamy froth on top that I stopped making my capachinos in afternoon and just make a double expresso. It doesn’t make alot at one time so I always have to press button again to make a double shot which fills small 6oz cup or less. All in all it works great and easy to use.


    Bough this after returning an expensive espresso machine, which never worked. Just got this today and am very eager to let you know my findings. Well packaged, quality product.I Grinded the Lavazza beans, washed the water container and filled it. Plugged the unit, followed instructions and first time, with no effort, came out the espresso with perfect ‘crema”. TASTED GREAT. I hope I will continue to get what I expect, because I am really excited of what I bought. The only negative is that the instruction booklet didn t have a sole picture and it was difficult to follow what to do. So maybe GEVI should consider to improve on the booklet.

  7. Whitedove

    I’m liking this machine alot. I’ve only had it for one day, we’ll see if it stands the test of time. Easy to use, not noisy, Esspesso was delicious, I perchased LavAzza espresso Barista Gran Crema 2.2lb whole bean for $16 on sell. This machine is attractive, not too big. I’m happy

  8. Mario Pacori

    Honestly, can’t beat the price. And this is more of great starter espresso machine for those who are on the fence about if they think they will be too lazy to make it.Personally I make it whenever I can, the taste is great. I go to Starbucks or any coffe shop and buy the coffee and ask them to grind it up and freeze the left over so it doesn’t go bad.Machine is easy to use and takes up very little space which is what I wanted since my kitchen is on the smaller end.Only thing I have against it, is that I do like my espresso pretty hot and this makes it kind of at a temperature that you can feel is warm but still easily drinkable. Which is ideal sometimes when you just want the caffeine. A little trick I use is I just heat up the cup in the microwave before I brew it.

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