- Item Weight: 5.65 Kg
- Item model number: BVSTEN6601C-049
- ASIN: B00H34OCTG
- Date first available at Amazon.in: 4 December 2013
- Average Customer Review: 8 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #3,44,310 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
Oster BVSTEN6601C-049 1050-Watt Prima Espresso and Latte Maker (Copper)
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- High pressure of 15 Bar
- 2 different size stainless steel filter with diameter of mesh holes outer and inner are 0.3mm
- 14g capacity coffee filter for double cup and 7g capacity coffee filter for single cup
- Automatically froths milk for cafe quality and removable transparent plastic water tank can hold 480ml (maximum)
- Power saver mode, if no operation within 15 minutes and dual heating systems, one for espressos and other for frothing and hot cleaning
- 2 removable drip tray grate to serve different height of cup and auto shut-off operation
- Non-skid bottom and steam pressure safety valve must open at a minimum of 10 Bar and a maximum of 12 Bar
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Brand : Oster Model : BVSTEM6601R-049 Type : Coffee Maker Material : Stainless Steel Removable Drip Tray : Yes Power Input : 220 V Frequency : 50 Hz Power Consumption : 1050 W Automatic shut-off : Yes
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Caution: When switching on for the first time, remove all stickers and an orange plug that blocks the water reservoir pipe inside. This is not mentioned in the manual and is easy to be overlooked. Without this water won't flow into the machine and though the motor would run, it would just get heated up without pumping the water around.
Recommended product for coffee addicts
When the first one died after about a year of service, I gave it the benefit of the doubt. But now that the second one has conked out in just under half a year, I'll look for a different brand.
And I've taken good care of both of them, especially when it came to descaling - not only do I have a home water softener, but I also used Durgol every 4-6 weeks.
Original review - 5 stars (Dec 2012)
I purchased this from SnapDeal since the price was 9000. This was a 'blind' purchase - I couldn't find reviews for this product anywhere on the net.
I didn't know what to make of the Oster brand (cheap/commodity brand in my opinion, maybe I'm mistaken) and the 10000 price tag, but the feature set seemed to be good for the price - a 15 bar pump, a milk frother that automatically dispenses the milk into the serving, espresso/cappuccino/latte at the press of a button and a cleaning cycle for the frother. I've used the machine for a little more than a week now and can confidently say that this is one hell of an espresso machine.
I've tried Illy and Lavazza in the machine so far, and the espresso comes out great - you won't believe the crema you get. Highly recommend it!
+ can use whatever brand of coffee you prefer, you're not stuck with expensive pods/capsules
+ strong pump that produces rich crema
+ milk frother
+ espresso/cappuccino/latte at the press of a button (the machine automatically adjusts the amount of milk and coffee in the serving)
+ options for making single, double shot and custom servings
+ milk frothing can also be controlled manually (you can adjust the amount of milk in the serving if you're unsatisfied with what the automatic programs provide)
+ the milk container and the lid of the container (which contains the frother) are both dishwasher safe, although I haven't tried washing them in the dishwasher.
- none that I've found so far
However, if I could make one change to the machine, it would be the amount of force you have to apply to insert the milk container into the machine (and to take it out). I suspect this has to do with the O-ring in the interface between the machine and the container. Since the container and the interface are all molded from plastic, my fear is that one of them will give sooner or later. Let's hope that Oster has tested this extensively.