Some great features of this product include:
- Color: Stainless Steel
- Interface: Self-explanatory, color coded LED display
- Saeco Aroma System: Pre-brewing cycle to maximize the flavor extraction
- Saeco Adapting System: Automatic adjustment of the grinder speed based on the type of beans used
- Ceramic Disc Grinder: Adjustable built-in grinder with 5 coarseness settings; automatic shut-off; safe, quiet and long-lasting
The Italian Saeco Syntia Espresso Machine is packed with features! From the espresso machine’s stainless steel housing to it’s 15 par pump this unit is ready to pump out quality espresso time and time again. This Saeco espresso machine has a 1400W power supply meaning a quick heat up and consistent performance for perfect espresso every time. The bean grinder on this automatic espresso machine by Saeco is completely ceramic meaning it is going to grind more efficiently and for a longer period of time before wear takes it’s toll on the burrs. The user menu for the item is very straight forward making the espresso machine easy to read and operate. Saeco Syntia Stainless Steel Espresso Machine Specifications Rapid Steam® / Insta Steam Rapid Steam® (1 boiler) Bypass doser Adjustable Opti Dose 6.5 – 10.5 g 8 Oz. Bean Container Removable water tank 40 oz Dreg drawer holds 8 discards Pressure 15 bar Frothing SS Pannarello Frequency 60 Hz Power voltage 1400 W / 120 V Housing Material Constructed of Stainless Steel 1 Ceramic Bean Grinder Programmable Volume control Adjustable cup coffee dispenser Stainless Steel Boiler Interface Display with icons 3 colors Stainless Steel Finish Made in Italy Stainless Steel Syntia Espresso Maker Dimensions and Weight Weight 20 lbs Dimension 10″W x 16.5″D x 12.5″H The Syntia SS Espresso machine is used daily in our company break room. With first hand experience we definitely recommend this machine for it’s straight forward design and user friendliness. The user interface is easy to understand and informs you anytime there is a problem. Looking for other Saeco Espresso Machines? Click Here!