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Breville BES980XL Oracle Espresso Machine, Brushed Stainless Steel

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Description

  • Automatically grinds, doses & tamps the required amount of Coffee for mess Free, barista Quality Espresso
  • Programmable hands Free milk texturing with automatic purge; Water tank Capacity : 84 ounce;Voltage: 110 to 120 Volts
  • Dual stainless steel boilers & dual Italian pumps with PID; Boilers can be descaled by user; Power:1800 Watts; Not compatible with capsules
  • One Touch Americano delivers Water directly into the cup after extraction; 3 preset & 6 customizable settings
  • Programmable shot temperature from 190 Degree 205 Degree; Displays in either Degree Fahrenheit or Degree C; over Pressure Valve: This commercial feature limits the 15 bar Italian pump pressure throughout the extraction, preventing bitter flavours in the shot; Bean Hopper Capacity:1/2 pounds

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Customer Reviews

Perfect amount of manual in an automatic espresso machineI have been using it for about a week. I have wanted it for about 2 years, since I saw it at a William Sonoma and tried a sample and loved how it operated. I have a Saeco super automatic machine that I have used every day for over 10 years. It is slowly breaking (display stopped working, water tank occasionally leaks, can't run the decalcifying program anymore). So, I didn't need this machine now. But, I was going to need it. The Saeco is a workhorse and I never expected to last as long as it has. I thought the coffee tasted fine from the Saeco. But, I realized it tasted like crap once I got this machine.Very easy to set up. There are a few things to know about operating it that requires reading the manual. But, day to day operation is pretty simple. It takes way longer to get ready than my Saeco. But, you can easily program it to turn on at a designated time. The main display is more old school than it needs to be. In this day and age, they can use something more than an old school lcd display. For some of the functions, if you don't know what it supposed to be displaying, you won't understand it. Probably used it for the aesthetic.I really like the manual part of this machine. It is still essentially an automatic machine. But, you have an espresso basket to put in one port for the grinds to be dispensed into and tamped. Then, you move it to the other port and it makes the coffee. If you make a triple cappuccino, like I do, it is a bit more work than pressing the espresso button 3 times, like I did on my old machine. With this, I have to move the basket from one port to the other, then bang out the grounds in the included barista ground disposal thing, rinse it off and start the cycle again and do that 3 times. You also have to move the cup for the coffee off the machine when you remove the espresso basket or you risk knocking it over. That takes slightly more time than a fully automatic machine but it is more the attention it requires. If you want to multitask while the machine does all of the work, this machine is not for you. One nice feature that saves time is that you can froth the milk while the espresso is being made and you can do that hands free. So, compared to my Saeco, the active time making a beverage is about the same, since the Saeco required my attention in frothing the milk.I think this machine provides the perfect amount of manual interaction in an automatic machine - and the interaction that I want. I would love to get a shiny La Pavoni and a professional grinder, learn the perfect amount of pressure to tamp and have that for the weekend and a fully automatic machine for the work week. But, I don't have the money or the counter space for that. This machine gives me close to both experiences. I get to use an espresso basket (which makes it feel more like an authentic coffee making experience) but still not have to worry about tamping it perfectly and watching the coffee come out and stopping it when it makes the right amount. Yet, you can still experiment with the time for the water flow to control the strength of the coffee. You can control the water temp, the tamping pressure, the grind and a bunch of other options. Or, you never have to fool with those settings.Did I mention it makes amazing coffee? It does. It tastes incredible and the froth is perfect every time. I haven't even used espresso beans in it yet. I have been using some light roast that a local roaster made and was given to me as a gift mixed with some Philz dark roast that I had left over.Only comment/complaint is that you only have one portafilter size. It only dispenses a fixed amount of grounds. So, the button for a double espresso isn't really a double, compared to the single. At a coffee shop, they would use a different size filter for a single and a double and a different amount of coffee in each. So, if you want a full strength double, you really have to make 2 singles. You will have something different if you just let water flow through the same grounds for an extra 10 seconds. Small price to pay, though. Other comment/critique is that the milk can be tough to clean off the bottom part of the frother and you really should do it each time.you use the frother. Didn't have that issue with the Saeco that used a plastic frother tip. 5They better remedy this issue quicklyJust took my Breville Oracle out of the box and it's a lemon. I'm going through the set up process, where it's supposed to take 10 minutes to heat up. It's been an hour and it will not go above 162 degrees. They better remedy this issue quickly. 1Whole new worldThis is my first real espresso machine and I was in the market for a super-automatic machine originally. My concerns with the super-automatic machines being cleanliness, custom capable, milk steaming, and dealing with milk containers. These concerns are taken care of with the Oracle. Cleaning is simple, customization is easy, and there are no milk containers to keep sanitary.However, getting into the espresso world at home may not be for everyone. As I've learned there is a lot of factors that go into a good brew and you'll have to put effort into figuring it out. In the process you'll have some bitter coffee experiences but once the unit is dialed in to the beans you'll love this machine. 5A great, if pricey machine!!I've been a fan of Breville's espresso machines for years going back to a really inexpensive one I bought 9+ years ago that is still working. It isn't the greatest machine, but it produces decent, if not great espresso. A little more than a year ago I got a Breville 920XL that is still working fine with an easy repair I did recently.So I decided that the Oracle would better fit me because I'm remodeling the kitchen and would like to reduce the counter space usage. Got the Oracle a couple weeks ago and it was DOA! Called Breville and they offered a fix I could do, but it didn't work. They sent me a replacement which did the same thing. But this time I remembered that air locks are sometimes a fact of life. So I opened the 2 boiler drains and then turned it on and let it run until some water came out. Closed the drains, the machine kept going and filled the boilers and heated up. All is good!! BTW, I had called Breville on this second unit and they were going to pull one from the warehouse and fully test it before sending it out. That's going above and beyond IMO.Now for the review of the Oracle itself. After doing all the preliminary things such as bringing it up and flushing things as the instructions said, I then proceeded to brew an Americano with the default settings. Nearly perfect, though it was a bit thin. Well within range of dialing it in. After 2 more runs with changed grind settings, things are spot on! Pulled a very sweet Americano.Next was to test out the automatic frothing/heating of milk for a Cappuccino. Worked perfectly, I was impressed by how well it does it. The milk was at the proper temp (140F) and the consistency was like wet paint, just like it is supposed to be. The cleaning flush for the steam wand is wonderful! You do the milk, wipe the steam arm down with a damp cloth and push it back into place and it automatically does a few cleaning spurts. Very nice.Overall this machine is excellent IMO. Looks good, works good and my experience with Breville says it will last quite awhile and they do back up their stuff quite well. There are all sorts of adjustments that you can do as you learn this machine. Brew temp, pre-infusion time and pressure, Americano volume, shot temp and volume and Tamp time and pressure are all there, as are auto-start and auto-stop. BTW, Americano has 3 built in settings and you can add 6 more settings depending on how you like your Americanos.The auto-steamer has temp and type adjustment so you can set the temp you want the milk to get to, and the type for a Latte or a Cappuccino or anywhere in between. It is a well thought out implementation.I noted some other reviews that saw issues with descaling. I think that is probably earlier models as there has been a firmware change to aid in that not being an issue. I've descaled my 920XL which is the same basic design as the Oracle's espresso side a few times with no issues. 5Bad buy, Bad Design, bad cheap parts.I purchased 3 machines and have recommended the coffee maker to several friends. All 3 of my machines are now not working and one of my friends machine is not working.All of them have the same issue: water pump in the machine sounds like a lawn mower and will not pump water. Here is what I figured out: The machine requires you to clean the machine and prompts you to do so. So you follow the instruction and this is where the pump fails. It gets extremely hot during the clean process and overheats. The pump motor now will require more amps to operate because it was damaged by the over heating process, that kills the water pump. Frother has stopped working on 2 machines. Customer service will play you like a fiddle and you will invest a lot of time getting nowhere. At $2,000 each not a good buy.Paid $2,000 for this coffee maker 2 years ago and its now worthless. Breville should not be allowed to take advantage of trusting customers. This is robbery without a gun. 1Breville Espresso - Rocky start at first - now I love it.The more I use this the more I love it. I'll admit when it first arrived I had issues. I set it up according to directions, turned it on and the unit would not heat up above 165 degrees. I let it run for a couple hours and it remained a constant 165. This is an issue since the water must be at 200 before you can use it.I shut it off for the night and turned it on again in the morning. This time it heated to 200 in less that 10 min. I don't know why it didn't heat up after it arrived. Maybe the ambient temperature of the machine had to match that of my house. Not sure.It's working great. The coffee is OMG so good. Smooth, rich creamy. I'm using the ground coffee we have in house.Pro's obviously coffee is excellent even with pre-ground coffee. It's easy to use. Easy to fill, Easy to clean.Can be used with whole beans or pre-ground.Con's - price and size - it does take up a bit of counter space.Overall it's a great machine, we owned several brands of espresso machines over the year and the flavor from this one beats them all. 5I contacted breville and was told that they would repair it under warranty - great! They would send a fedex label and box ...I purchased my unit in late August of 2017, by June 2018 (9 months after purchase) our unit began to short out when heating up the element. We followed the upkeep regimen religiously.Sometimes these things happen and I wouldn't necessarily hand out a 1 star for this alone (though apparently this is a known issue which blows my mind on a $2k unit), but our warranty repair process has been a complete joke.I contacted breville and was told that they would repair it under warranty - great! They would send a fedex label and box to return - even better!However, the return box took around 2 and a half weeks to arrive, the unit spent a half a week in transit and then another week at their repair station, by this point we've spent a month out of a coffee machine.The icing on the cake to all of this is that the unit which was apparently sent back to me, has now been mysteriously lost in their warehouse - I don't recommend! 1$2,000 down the drainLoved the coffee, but unfortunately, after less than a year, the grinder has stopped grinding. We have followed all the steps for cleaning it, to no avail. It appears that Breville does not provide the replacement part, which is unconscionable. They want the unit shipped back to them but we no longer have the box it came in, which makes it impracticable. So it appears we will have to have the unit packaged by an outside company, pay shipping for a very heavy piece of equipment, pay Breville $90 to fix the problem and wait for its return. 2I have had several espresso machines and this is my favoriteI have tried several different espresso makers and this is my favorite. My second favorite is Nespresso machines, Tossing away so many capsules bothered me as did the significant increases in Nespresso coffee prices over time. I still use my Nespresso some of the time. The Jura machines made good coffee, but not great coffee. There was little you could control.The Oracle machine fills my need for control and my lazy side. Nespresso was super easy and good espresso. What I like even better with the Oracle is that the coffee is noticeably better and almost as easy.Like a manual machine, you can control the grind and the tap at will. You can control the water temperature and the timing of each brewing step. That meets my need for control. The easy side is that once you set what you want, the Oracle does it almost automatically. The milk can be done manually or automatically as well. The automatic froth is OK. In a hurry I use it. The manual option can be select with every iteration.. 5I love this machineIt really pains me to write this review. I love this machine. I want to give it 5 stars. I've used this machine for almost 2 years now. The reason for the 2 stars??? Well, its what I've been through over those 2 years. In that time, I've had to send it back for repair, twice. This second time I fought hard to get a full refund and Breville agreed.What I Like - EVERYTHING about the machine's functionality. If you use high quality beens, this machine makes amazing coffee consistently with little mess. it really is everything you want in a top end dual boiler machine.What I DON'T Like - IT BREAKS! By putting everything you could possibly want in one small package, all the parts need to be small, cheap, and mostly plastic. When it works, its great, when it doesn't... read on.What I REALLY REALLY REALLY Don't Like - Breville Customer Support. The machine pump broke about 1 year after purchase. Sent it for repair and it took 3 weeks to get the machine back... well, not exactly all of it. Just most of it. Parts were missing (and it was still broke when I got it back). Then they shipped a brand new machine, it worked fine. For 6 months... then it too broke, same issue. During the troubleshooting of the first issue, someone in the support team recommended descaling the machine with vinegar, even sent me a nice video on how to do it. I only came to find out with the second failure, from the same support team, that dual-boiler machines shouldn't be descaled at all. I pushed to get a full refund after they asked me to send the unit back to them. They insisted that I'd be contacted by their accounting team once the unit arrived and a refund would be issued. That didn't quite happen. I had to put in several irate phone calls after the machine arrived at their facilities to get a check issued.Breville: The CONCEPT of this machine is great. Make it actually work by using quality parts. Fire your support team as they don't follow up on anything they say...a 2
Breville BES980XL Oracle Espresso Machine, Brushed Stainless Steel

Breville BES980XL Oracle Espresso Machine, Brushed Stainless Steel

4.1
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
₪ 16,766.00
Sale price
₪ 16,766.00
Regular price
₪ 27,712.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (₪ 10,946.00)