Zero Electricity Espresso Maker

Zero Electricity Espresso Maker

Kristen Lubbe
Mar 16, 2010

We talk about coffee and espresso makers a lot here. Maybe it's because we're bloggers and usually don't work the typical nine to five hours. We're always on the search for the best of the best and we pay attention to all of the standard features &mdash but what about an espresso machine that requires no electricity? Huh?

We came across the Espresso Maker, designed by Patrick Hunt of Therefore Design. We were a little confused, but more so intrigued by the idea of an espresso machine not needing electricity. It also doesn't look like the average espresso machine &mdash maybe that's why we like it.

The Espresso Machine is made using eco-friendly and recyclable materials &mdash made from pure grade Aluminum and is 100% recyclable. It appears to be pretty easy to use: you pour the hot water over the coffee grinds and press the handles to squeeze the coffee out and into your cup.

Cleanup seems to be minimal as well (which is always our least favorite part of making espresso/coffee at home). We also like that it comes with several items to help transform your espresso. We're more latte people rather than just sipping the espresso by itself. The Espresso Maker includes: coffee machine, portafiller (the filter) to make double espresso, adapter to make two single cups and a milk frother.

The Espresso Maker is selling for 109.00EUR from Matteria.

[via Design-Milk]

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