|商品尺寸||33.02 x 13.46 x 25.91 cm; 3.49 公斤|
LAVAZZA 041953000648 BLUE 一流的迷你单份意式浓缩咖啡机LB 300，5.3"" x 13"" x 10.2"" 需配变压器
- 与 Lavazza Blue 胶囊配合使用
- 待机功能,可即时使用,节能,ABS 塑料。
- 2 种咖啡选择:简单的触摸控制,1 种可编程的免费剂量和 1 个预设。
- 视觉提醒：配有可视指示器，显示水箱空或胶囊抽屉满时。 胶囊抽屉:*大容量为5个耗尽胶囊。频率:5060 Hz 透明水箱容量:0。 2Gl 可拆卸杯托:可以完美贴合任何类型的杯子,从浓缩咖啡杯到马克杯。 电源:110V;机器启动时间:28秒。 尺寸:5 3 x 13 x 10。 2 英寸(约 5.1 厘米)。 7. 7 磅(约 3.2 千克)
Lavazza Blue 经典迷你是 Blue 系列中最小的机器 Lavazza Blue Classic mini 在效率和易用性方面是完美的机器。 直观实用,优雅独特的深蓝色,非常适合在家里、SOHO 办公室或酒店房间里享用浓缩咖啡的渴望。 独家设计增强了铬细节和优雅的意大利风格装饰着迷人的光滑线条。 其整洁的设计赢得了 Red Dot 设计奖 配有 2 个触摸控制,适用于浓缩咖啡或 Lungo Coffee,由于其 5 个,可适应任何类型的情况。 7.62 厘米宽。
Lavazza Classy Mini
Compatible With Lavazza BLUE & Expert Capsules
The Lavazza Classy Mini single-serve espresso system embodies professionalism, efficiency, and ease of use. Intuitive and practical, it is ideal for satisfying the desire for a coffee in the comfort of your home, office, or home-office.
- Standby Eco Mode
- Transparent Water Tank (Capacity: 23 fl oz / 0.7 l
- Capsule Drawer holds up to 5 exhausted capsules
- Two adjustable heights to fit multiple cup sizes from espresso cups to mugs
- Two selections - brew either an espresso or lungo (double espresso).
- High-pressure system
- Espresso only
- Brew short or long
- Lavazza BLUE or Expert capsules only
For over 120 years, Lavazza has selected the highest quality of coffee beans and artfully blended them to provide coffee lovers with an Italian coffee experience
Established in 1895 in Turin, Italy, Lavazza has been owned by Lavazza family for four generations. As a premium coffee roaster, Lavazza is a global Italian brand.
Arts and Culture
Creating the future by enhancing the present: this is what visionaries do. A work of art, in fact, is like creating a coffee blend: it arises from intuition, inspiration and dedication
Lavazza has always put people at the center of its world, from coffee producers to employees and consumers. That is why Lavazza strives to promote and implement its principles every day in a way that involves every Group stakeholder.
Classy Mini is compact with a sleek design which makes placement easy.
The Classy Mini comes with 2 coffee selections, automatic and programmable, for an Espresso or a Lungo.
Cup Rack and Transparent Tank
The Classy Mini comes with a small and large cup, which is adjustable to two heights for an Espresso or a Lungo.
At the back of the machine is a transparent tank to simplify control over the water level.
Lavazza BLUE & Expert Capsules
Classy Mini is also compatible With Lavazza BLUE & Expert Capsules providing a wide range of selection. It is ideal for satisfying the desire for a coffee in the comfort of your home, office, or home-office.
Lavazza Classy Mini Specifications
|Item Weight||7.7 Pounds|
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As compared to the LB910, the Classy Mini is smaller, and simplified in ways that should make it much more reliable. The 910 has two highly common points of failure: A motorized capsule piston that compresses the Blue capsules, and the sensor for the spent capsule tray. Both of these are removed from the Classy Mini - instead, the machine tracks how many times you've brewed, and after every 5, the lights begin flashing to indicate you should check the water tank and capsule drawer. The motorized piston is replaced by a lever, much like Nespresso machines, that compresses the capsules when you pull it down. These may sound like downgrades, but in reality the adjustments seem like a direct response to complaints with the previous machine. Many 910 owners are familiar with a stuck capsule piston or a tray sensor that won't detect it's been replaced. In addition, this machine can brew without a capsule inside, so descaling it is as simple as filling the water tank with solution and running the lungo shots until empty - no need for a separate purchase of a descaling kit.
In terms of brew and quality against the LB910, they're fairly comparable. Taking some measurements, both wake up from sleep in about 30 seconds, and then take roughly 26 seconds to brew an espresso shot from button press to end of stream, producing coffee that hits the cup at 160F or so. This makes the brew time and temperature fairly ideal. I don't taste an immediate difference between either of them, though the LB910 seems to consistently produce a bit more crema - which could be caused by any number of incredibly minute factors, so I don't see it as an issue. I had been worried from reviews that the Classy Mini would use a shorter brew time or hotter water, but that isn't the case. They're nearly identical, and I see no real reason to go for the more-unreliable and more-expensive LB910. The only real downside is that the Classy Mini drips more after finishing a brew.
As compared to the Nespresso Pixie (and thus most Nespresso machines), the difference is more interesting. The Pixie takes about 15 seconds to wake from sleep, and then brews an espresso shot in 18 seconds - the ideal for espresso is between 20 and 30. Coffee hits the cup at about 155F, which is lower than it should be. Realistically, neither the Blue machines nor the Nespresso machines are going to be entirely comparable to espresso machines that are multiple hundreds of dollars more expensive, which is fine. This does mean the Nespresso machine produces coffee in roughly half the time (bearing in mind that the difference here is roughly 30 versus roughly 60 seconds), which is more convenient.
Comparing the Nespresso and Blue shots side by side, the Nespresso pods produce thinner coffee, with foamier/lighter crema. The Blue capsules visually more closely resemble 'real' espresso, with denser crema and more layering of the coffee in the cup.
Taste-wise, which is pretty much the most important part, the Blue capsules are universally much more bold, and closer to coffee shop espresso. The Nespresso capsules tend to be weaker, with higher amounts of acidity and a bit of sour tang in a lot of cases, whereas the Blue capsules often have much more pronounced body and character. I've also found that the Blue pods tend to have leave a much better lingering taste, and have more depth to them - you can find more flavors on repeat sips than the Nespresso pods. Some people may prefer the more subdued flavor of Nespresso, but I find the Blue capsules FAR nicer.
In the end, the Nespresso machines do have some upsides of their own - they brew faster, their pods can be easily recycled in large quantities (with the Blue capsules you're stuck removing the foil, dumping the coffee puck, then recycling the individual plastic/foil), there are many more first and third party varieties available, and you can actually find the pods in stores! But the Blue machines produce coffee that more closely resembles espresso, and for that reason I'm happy to stick with the Classy Mini.
I've had mine for nearly 8 months now and I can't reccomend it highly enough. In fact I love it so much I bought one for my sister for Christmas. It's dead simple to use and pulls a consistently excellent shot of espresso. In addition the price is quite affordable, both for the machine itself and for the pods. And there's a decent selection of Lavazza espresso pods available, from mild and balanced to the bold and dark. Most of the varieties come in two versions Standard and Double, which contains more coffee for pulling larger shots. My personal favorite is Cafe Crema, it's just so smooth and flavorful. Speaking of "crema" (that silky foam on top), this little machine produces a nice thick layer that rivals any I've had in a cafe.
Overall it's an excellent machine. There are a few drawbacks though. For instance, after refilling the water tank, it can be a bit fiddly and hard to grip when putting it back in place (especially with damp fingers). And the lid has a tendency to pop off during this process. Also when programming your ideal shot size it must be done with a fresh espresso pod in the machine. Because it seems to just be recording the total time it takes to make the cup and it takes longer for the water to work itself through the dry coffe grounds than it does if they're already wet or there's no pod on the mache at all. So if you reuse a pod or don't insert one before programming you'll get a smaller than desired cup when you go to use it for real. One last minor complaint, there's no sensor to tell you when the used pod bin is full, instead the machine just alerts you every 5 brew cycles to empty the bin, but if there's a power outage it will lose count and you could end up with an overstuffed bin that's jammed in place by too many pods.
One last thing, the pods only seem to come in packs of 100, which is a lot if you just want to try out a different variety. I think a small sampler pack with 2 to 4 of each variety would be good to help customers discover their favorites.
Quick and simple operation
Heats up and ready to brew in about 20 seconds
Uses the recommended 9 bars of pressure for optimal extraction
2 Programable drink sizes
Standard and double pod option
Good selection of espresso styles available.
High quality product from one of Italy's top espresso brands
Beautiful, classic Italian design
Somewhat fiddly water tank
No sensor on the waste bin
Must be programmed with a fresh pod in place.
Spout tends to drip for several seconds after brewing is complete
Overall my recommendation is to buy this machine if you love a good cup of espresso. You won't be disappointed.