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Flair Espresso Maker - Manual Press

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Material Stainless Steel, Silicone, Aluminium
Brand Flair
Colour Black
Capacity 0.04 Liters
Item weight 4.9 Pounds

About this item

  • Brewing delicious and consistent espresso coffee in the comfort of your own home just got a whole lot more exciting with the release of the Flair Espresso Maker.
  • Simply remove the stainless steel portafilter and preheat with hot water, add your favourite ground coffee and tamp, pour in hot water, and press down on the handle to extract a beautiful double shot of espresso.
  • Its sleek design consists only of elements that are essential for crafting the perfect espresso shot, making the Flair extremely simple to use for beginners and coffee connoisseurs alike.
  • Made from quality stainless steel and premium grade aluminium, the Flair Espresso Maker is made to last and has no parts or electronics to break or fail.
  • Simple to use, easy to clean, and quick to dismantle for, the Flair is a fantastic option for brewing quality espresso at home.

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Brewing delicious and consistent espresso coffee in the comfort of your own home just got a whole lot more exciting with the release of the Flair Espresso Maker.

Its sleek design consists only of elements that are essential for crafting the perfect espresso shot, making the Flair extremely simple to use for beginners and coffee connoisseurs alike. Simply remove the stainless steel portafilter and preheat with hot water, add your favourite ground coffee and tamp, pour in hot water, and press down on the handle to extract a beautiful double shot of espresso.

Made from quality stainless steel and premium grade aluminium, the Flair Espresso Maker is made to last and has no parts or electronics to break or fail. Simple to use, easy to clean, and quick to dismantle for, the Flair is a fantastic option for brewing quality espresso at home.

Key features of the Flair Espresso Maker include:

Elegant, portable, and durable
Easy to clean, quick to assemble/disassemble,and easy to store or transport
Provides up to 16 bars of pressure, creating a full-bodied espresso
Portafilter capacity: 16-22 grams
Extraction volume: approx. 45 mL
Detachable stainless steel portafilter for easy pre-heating and cleaning
Carry case included

Includes:

1 x Brewing Head (including piston, brew chamber, portafilter and shower screen)
Measuring Cup and Funnel
Stainless Steel Tamper
Base
Handle
Silicone Tamp Mat
Carry Case


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leanneTee
3.0 out of 5 stars Great coffee, not so great build.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 12 October 2019
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hk
4.0 out of 5 stars めっちゃ良いです。ただ、、、
Reviewed in Japan on 28 January 2021
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KD Gayle
3.0 out of 5 stars Interesting concept with some drawbacks.
Reviewed in the United States on 26 September 2018
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3.0 out of 5 stars Interesting concept with some drawbacks.
Reviewed in the United States on 26 September 2018
Having owned this machine for a while I feel like I can offer a detailed review. As an avid coffee connoisseur, I procure green beans from reliable sources and roast to my specifications. For comparison I own over 40 brewing apparatuses.

Asthetic design: very nice. I think that is w what drew me to the machine in the first place.

Mechanical design: leaves a little too be desired. Filter group/piston cylinder is cumbersome. Preheating is difficult (setting cylinder in hot water). Removing the piston can be difficult as it binds due to expansion). The ability to make more than one shot or a long pull requires removal of group, cooling enough to handle, pulling the piston out then resetting on machine (no long pulls). Also found that packing and reassembly causes the parts to start being loose.

Brewing: getting the bring just right for this machine takes time and still difficult to get a consistent drama (using sane grind as other machines that give consistent drama). If the grid is right three mental press of 25 - 40 seconds creates a decent amount if pressure. Practice.

Cleaning: as stated before, cylinder is hot. Removal of puck requires either blowing through filter or tapping out, but because puck is wet is firms a suction making difficult to remove. Other than those items cleaning is easy enough.

Travel: good concept except not enough room left in case for extras like brew heads, tamper, etc. Sleek design otherwise. Also need a source for hot water.

Overall I gives this three stars. Not an everyday machine for me as it takes too much time and effort. Nice aesthetics and portability. For a portable machine I prefer the ROK.
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Consumer Joe
5.0 out of 5 stars Best Portable Espresso Machine under $300 Available Today
Reviewed in the United States on 27 June 2017
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Amy
5.0 out of 5 stars LOVE This!!
Reviewed in the United States on 24 May 2017
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5.0 out of 5 stars LOVE This!!
Reviewed in the United States on 24 May 2017
I am SO embarrassed - even ashamed! I have been using a Mr. Coffee espresso machine ($35 model) for about 10 years & was really getting sick of the smell from the aluminum inside heating up...not to mention all the bad stories about aluminum - yikes! The steamer got plugged up & I was having trouble descaling it so I decided to buy a new espresso machine with stainless steel inside. Well those aren't cheap! So I'm researching the DeLonghi & Breville models, trying to nab one on Ebay for around $200 - that was no go. And when I really dug into the reviews on those models I kept seeing the same comments, "Breaks/leaks after a year, bad customer service." Umm, that's not cool when you spend over $300 on a machine. When I broke down my search to manual presses it came up with the Flair & ROK. The ROK's aluminum so that's out the door.

I was disappointed to find that I would have to do without a milk steamer (I didn't need a frother!). But I tell ya what, I don't need it!!! WOW - I can't believe how good coffee tastes from my Flair Espresso Maker. And it's fun playing around with different grinds & coffees to see if I can achieve a decent crema. So far the best crema I can get is from the Six Bean Espresso sold by Coffeebeandirect.com. And fresh ground coffee vs. previously ground really makes a difference (as seen in my photo, that coffee was ground 2 days previously).

I bought a tiny stainless steel pan for my induction cooktop to heat up my chocolate milk (only mochas for me!) while I put together the Flair. We also have an Instant Hot Water Dispenser at our sink so I can preheat all of the components from that instead of soaking. By the time my milk is hot on the stove I'm done pressing the shot of coffee. I absolutely love it & I feel so dumb for using a Mr. Coffee machine for so long. Totally worth the $159. Happy Pressing!! :) :)
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