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La Pavoni "Stradivari" 16 cup Professional Lever Espresso Machine - 2 Models

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Key Features

  • Recessed power switch and power button.
  • Dual frothing cappuccino systems.
  • Reset fuse.
  • Manual lever
  • 1 year warranty limited to manufacturers defects
  • Demonstration video
  • ETL listed
  • Volt 110, 1000 watts.
  • Wt. 17 lbs.
  • Height 12"
  • Gift boxed
  • Made in Italy

To celebrate the hundred year anniversary of La Pavoni, the company came up with a beautiful variation of the Professional 16 Cup lever espresso machine, the La Pavoni Stradivari! The design is based on the sleek modeling of the world famous Antonio Stradivari violins. A very fitting design for a the celebration of a company that makes world famous espresso machines!

With a 38oz boiler, you’ll be able to make 16, 2oz cups of espresso, making it an ideal machine if you have guests to impress.

The nickel plated solid brass boiler provides great temperature stability and are designed to add to the beauty of the machine. For additional longevity and temperature stability, the boiler is triple plated with chrome.

Learning to use the machine correctly can take some practice, but once you’ve taken the time to learn how to operate it correctly you’ll be making espresso that competes with the quality and flavor of the best espresso cafes in the world. Coffee enthusiasts around the world love these machines!

For additional specifications view the product details of the La Pavoni Professional product listing in the Home Espresso Machine section of this site. The features of the Stradivari 16 Cup are quite similar to this machine.

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  • 4
    superb espresso from motivated and dedicated users

    Posted by Unknown on 5th Jan 2015

    I bought my La Pavoni after my Gaggia superautomatic machine died and I wanted something that would last longer and provide better espresso. First off, the La Pavoni can provide "God shots" from a person who really knows the machine and has the proper combination of roast, grind size, tamp packing, water temperature and flow rate, etc. The downside is that there is an extremely steep learning curve for getting those shots. Be prepared for being frustrated with sometimes mediocre or even bad shots for weeks. An excellent grinder, such as the Mazer Mini, is required to get consistently excellent shots. Replace the 3-hole frothing tip that comes with the machine with a single hole tip, and you can make terrific latte art. The La Pavoni is geared to a person who wants to be involved in all the details of brewing great espresso and has the patience to learn the idiosyncrasies of the machine. It is definitely not a machine for someone who just wants to press a button to get their morning espresso.

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