Stainless Steel Dual Boilers
Over Pressure Valve (OPV) limits maximum extraction pressure
Espresso shot clock displays shot duration as a guide to extraction consistency
Programmable 'Auto Start' preheats the machine at a specified time
Patent Pending Triple Heat System
1. Dedicated steam boiler with integrated Heat Exchanger aids thermal stability
2. Dedicated espresso boiler with electronic PID delivers precise water temperature
3. Heated group head – PID controlled embedded element maintains thermal stability
Not required with dual boiler systems
Pre Infusion Function
Gradually increases water pressure to gently expand grinds for an even extraction
Programmable duration & power allows you to fine tune flavor profiles
Included Grouphead Filters
58mm single and dual wall filters. Both in single and double shot sizes.
Water Tank Capacity
Removable 84 oz. (2.5L), top-fill or rear-fill with integrated water filter
Houses accessories (filter baskets and cleaning tools) when not in use
Dual stainless steel boilers & dual Italian pumps
Programmable shot temperature from 190°-205°F. Displays in either °F or °C
Volumetric shot control – preset 1 & 2 cup, manual over-ride or reprogrammable
Espresso pressure gauge monitors extraction pressure
Backlit LCD displays extraction temperature, shot clock or clock
Dedicated hot water outlet for Americanos & preheating cups
360° swivel steam wand with 3 hole tip
'Fill Tank' alert prevents a shot from being pulled without sufficient water in the tank
Removable drip tray with Empty Me! tray full indicator
Drop Down Swivel Foot lifts machine upwards for easy maneuverability
Heated cup warming tray
BPA Free - all parts that come into contact with coffee & water
58mm full stainless steel portafilter
58mm single wall filter baskets (1 & 2 cup)
58mm dual wall filter baskets (1 & 2 cup)
16 oz. (480ml) stainless steel milk jug
Water filter holder and water filter (1 year supply)
110 - 120 Volts
1 Year Limited Product Warranty
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"Seattle Coffee Gear created a 13-minute video review of the Dual Boiler September 30, 2011: http://youtu.be/7NIGabvnD2w
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Note, this review was created independently but added here by Breville."
September 27, 2011www.coffeegeek.com/proreviews/firstlook/brevilledualboiler/details
"In an extensive Independent Review, May 18, 2011, CoffeeGeek.com - the "biggest coffee blog site in the world" - awarded the Dual Boiler a "First Look Rating of 9.5"
Note, this review was conducted independently but added by Breville: www.coffeegeek.com/proreviews/firstlook/brevilledualboiler/details
Reviewer, Mark Prince:
"This new project, for the Breville Dual Boiler, the BES900 or BES900XL model, is a complete in house design as well, but with some new twists; Breville hired a noted Australian coffee guru (Phil McKnight, cafe owner, ABC judge) to be part of the design team. The goal was to design an espresso machine that would blow away expectations the typical home espresso enthusiast would have about big-brand appliance makers. The goal was to set a new standard. ...
"They paid attention to many of the things enthusiasts were saying in forums and internet communities revolving around coffee and espresso. They developed prototypes using sometimes new, sometimes proven, sometimes cutting edge technologies to produce a better shot of espresso. They looked at everything, from PID, to boiler sizes, to thermoblocks, to grouphead designs, to materials used in the portafilter, and eventually came up with an intriguing formula. ...
"What was impressive was just how much engineering savvy has gone into this machine. Seemingly little things like the rubber grip for the steam wand, to bigger things like the innovative steam wand lever control and even the secret compartment and the way you can raise the machine and roll it around the counter. ...
"I feel confident in saying this is a first class espresso machine with a feature set a Rancilio Silvia or Ascaso Steel Duo could only dream of having ... In some cases, the machine approaches what the GS/3 is capable of, and even in few cases (ie how steam is activated), it exceeds the user experience of the GS/3."
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