Super Automatic Premium Latt'Espress

Compact size, delicious taste
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Ref : EA829850

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Description

Compact fully automatic espresso maker for strong or gourmet espressos!

From robust espresso to flavorful coffee and creamy cappuccino, even hot cocoa or tea, enjoy cafe-quality beverages at home with the Latt'Espress EA8298 super automatic espresso/coffee machine from KRUPS. The compact machine takes up minimal counter space, and its super automatic system means anyone can enjoy the perfect cup—amateurs and coffee connoisseurs alike. With 1450 watts of power, the machine’s built-in metal conical burr grinder quickly and evenly grinds whole coffee beans right before brewing to capture the freshest flavor, and its grind setting can be adjusted as desired—finer for espresso and coarser for coffee are the settings that work best. The machine’s large sealed hopper keeps beans fresh and holds enough to prepare several drinks in a row, while its integrated milk container makes it possible to froth and brew coffee all in one smooth move. The unit’s user-friendly control panel with an intuitive LCD screen and ergonomic knob allows for simple navigation through every step of the process. To ensure the perfect shot of espresso, the Latt'Espress's patented compact thermoblock heating technology, 15-bar high-pressure pump, and hydraulic automated tamping system provide perfect tamping, precise extraction, and consistently hot results. Designed and manufactured in France, the machine also provides a steam nozzle for creamy latte drinks, a large 1.8-liter/60-ounce removable water tank with an empty indicator, and a removable drip tray and cake container for easy cleaning. Accessories include a KRUPS F088 water filtration cartridge, XS3000 cleaning tablets, and F054 descaling powder. Bring the gourmet experience home with the KRUPS Latt'Espress espresso/coffee machine.

Specifications

Power 1450  W
Pressure 15  
Quantity customization YES  
Machine with display (screen)    
Interface LCD screen  
Coffee grinder Metal conical burr grinder  
Coffee bean container capacity 9.1 oz  
Water tank capacity 1.7  L
Removable water tank    
Used coffee ground collector capacity 9  
Patented compact Thermoblock system (CTS)    
One-Touch-Cappuccino function    
Milk system One-Touch-Cappuccino  
Steam nozzle    
Number of recipes 7  
Recipes espresso, strong espresso, coffee, long coffee, cappuccino, latte, hot water  
Number of black cup at the same time, cycles 1  
Number of white cup at the same time, cycles 1  
Variable volume brewing unit 0.2-0.3 oz  
Variable amount of water in cup    
Adjustment of the fineness of coffee grinding Manual (3 levels)  
Pre-set coffee strengths 1  
Number of temperature levels 3  
Automatic double grinding cycle for large coffees (220ml)    
Height adjustable coffee outlet    
Max distance coffee nozzle - drip tray 4.6 inches  
Steam function    
Hot water function    
Scaling detection AUTOMATIC  
Rinsing program MANUAL  
Rinsing program for milk system AUTOMATIC  
Cleaning programm AUTOMATIC  
Cleaning Programm for milk system AUTOMATIC  
Descaling reminder AUTOMATIC  
Aqua filter system    
Welcome kit XS3000, F054, F088  
Languages 18  
Clock    
On/Off Switch    
Programmable Auto on    
Programmable Auto off    
Removable drip tray    
Colours Black  
Guarantee 2 YEARS / 6000 CYCLES  

FAQ

Yes, fully-automatic espresso machines are factory calibrated for a water hardness level of 3, but they can be recalibrated depending on the type of water in your area.
To determine the hardness of your water, (0 = very soft, 1 = soft, 2 = slightly hard, 3 = hard, 4 = very hard) dip one of the paper test strips provided with your device into your water for one second, then wait 1 minute for the result or contact your water provider.
To adjust the fineness of the ground coffee, turn the dial when the mill is in operation (you can hear the sound of the mill before the coffee begins to come out).
It is advisable to adjust the appliance according to the hardness of the water used. This can be determined using the stick provided with the device or by contacting your water provider.
To optimise the taste and increase the life of your machine, we recommend using the Claris-Aqua Filter System cartridge. This cartridge should be screwed onto the bottom of the tank and the settings selected.
Plug in the appliance but do not turn it on.
Open the service hatch.
Calibrate the appliance depending on the water hardness.
Adjust the coffee temperature.
Adjust the automatic power supply cut-off mechanism
Close the service hatch.
Remove, fill and replace the water tank.
Put coffee into the container provided for this purpose.
Run a brew cycle with water only to rinse.
Adjust the coffee grinding fineness.
Follow the instructions in your personal instruction manual for descaling your machine as techniques vary according to the model you own.
We recommend using the descaling product provided by the manufacturer.
Otherwise, you may use 2 tablespoons of tartaric or citric acid (both sold in pharmacies and drug stores) diluted in a half-litre of lukewarm water; pour this mixture into the water tank.
For a daily average usage of 4 cups and if the water is hard, we recommend descaling your machine at least every 3 months.
If you live in an area where the water is very hard, you may wish to descale more often.
Your device will notify you when the Claris Aqua Filter cartridge should be replaced.
The Claris cartridge must be replaced approximately every 50 litres of water or at least every 2 months.
Set the water hardness to level 0 if you are using a Claris cartridge.
Yes, if it is coated with scale.
Clean it with water and/or cleaning products recommended by the device manufacturer.
This can prevent clogging in the water outlet and hygiene issues.
Scale deposits naturally form in your coffee maker. Regular descaling helps protect your coffee maker and ensures it a longer life. It will also help maintain a quality of coffee that remains constant over time.
How often you descale your coffee maker depends on the hardness of the water and on how often you use your coffee maker. The following are tell-tell signs of scaling: the coffee making cycle takes longer, the appliance produces lots of steam, makes much more noise at the end of the cycle or stops during the cycle, this means that scale has built up in your coffee maker. You should descale your coffee maker between every 20 to 40 cycles or once a month depending on the hardness of the water.
This can be due to a number of factors:
• There is no water in the tank; fill the tank,
• Your tank is not correctly installed; press firmly on the tank,
• The filter is blocked; the ground coffee is too fine. Clean the filter holder and try a less finely ground coffee,
• The pump is unprimed; refer to the instructions on how to prime it,
• Your appliance has scaled up; descale it,
• The Claris filter cartridge has been changed but not primed; refer to the instructions on how to prime it.
The appliance will automatically restart when the power returns and will be ready for a new cycle.
Make sure that the drip-tray has not overflowed and empty if necessary.
Verify that the drip-tray is correctly positioned.
Make sure the steam nozzle is not blocked.
After turning off your appliance and letting it cool: clean and unclog all the orifices of the nozzle with needle provided.
Unclog the orifice of the steam nozzle support pipe with a needle.
Remove the Claris cartridge.
A problem has been detected during preparation of the drink.
The appliance has automatically restarted and is ready for a new cycle.
Remove the water filter if your machine uses one. If this does not solve your problem, turn the fineness of grind button to the right to obtain a coarser grind (may depend on the type of coffee used).
Run one or several rinsing cycles.
In the case of repeated uses, a few drops may issue from the steam nozzle.
Check that the coffee bean container has coffee in it and that it is dispensing correctly.
Avoid using oily, caramelised or flavoured coffee.
Reduce the volume of coffee selected using the rotary knob. Select the coffee button. Turn the grinding fineness button to the left to obtain more finely ground coffee.
Make the drink in two cycles by using the 2 cups function.
Check the temperature setting of the selected coffee and change it if necessary.
Heat the cups by rinsing them in hot water to avoid creating "thermal shock" with cold cups.
The coffee quality obtained will be even better.
Check the proper positioning of the tank on the device.
Make sure the magnetic float of the water tank moves freely.
Rinse the tank and descale if necessary.
Make sure that the tube inserted into the milk is not clogged. Ensure that the flexible tube is inserted properly into the accessory to avoid air intake. After turning off your appliance and allowing it to cool, unblock the outlet of the Auto-Cappuccino accessory.
Most of the noise produced by the machine comes from the mill.
A bit of noise is therefore normal when the coffee is grinding.
Sometimes a foreign body finds its way into the grinder. In this case, empty the coffee bean container and vacuum out the interior near the grinder.
We recommend using good quality coffee beans to preserve the life of the integrated grinding wheels of the coffee grinder.
Turn the grinding fineness button to the left to obtain more finely ground coffee. Remove the Claris cartridge.
Only change the grinder setting when it is running.
Tap water (normal household potable water) is perfectly OK as long as it is free of odors that might alter the taste of the beverage. Bottled water is also OK.
Do not use refrigerated or warm water as this might impact the temperature of the beverage.
Use always fresh water and replace the water if system has not been used for more than 2 days.
For cold beverages, use water at ambient temperature, never refrigerated water, and place two or more ice cubes (20g per ice cube) in the cup.
To be noticed that water hardness is the first reason of machine calcification and so it is recommended to descale the machine frequently (every 3months or less according to water hardness).
Arabica beans give the best flavour and are naturally low in caffeine. Experiment with the different varieties, blends and degrees of roasting to find what suits your taste best. Generally speaking, the darker the roast, the stronger the coffee flavour. Light roasting brings out the full complement of aromas and results in a coffee that is both mild and full of flavour — that of the true connoisseur! Great coffees should only ever be lightly roasted to bring out their true richness, subtlety and complexity. Avoid very dark roasted beans as these tend to be more oily and can clog the machines. Check for any tiny stones mixed up with the beans which may also damage the machine.
The sign of a true Espresso is the froth which is created by pressure within the machine whilst the coffee is being made. The pressure is measured in bars (from 1.5 to 19) so the higher the bar pressure the richer and thicker the froth.
An expresso has a stronger aroma than a "normal" coffee.
In fact, an expresso can be distinguished by its rich aroma and the creamy foam on the surface of the cup.
This requires a pressure of 15 bar (achieved only by espresso machines), water heated to 90-92°C and finely ground and measured coffee (7 g per cup).
No, these appliances are specifically designed depending on the type of coffee used.
If you use the wrong coffee, remove it and refill with the correct type.
The best way to prolong the life of the beans is to put them straight into an airtight container and store them in the fridge. They should keep for at least 3 months in this way.
Your appliance contains valuable materials which can be recovered or recycled. Leave it at a local civic waste collection point.
Please go to the “Accessories” section of the website to easily find whatever you need for your product.
Find more detailed information in the Guarantee section of this website.
If you believe that one part is missing, please call Consumer Services Center and we will help you find a suitable solution.

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