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Kalorik Espresso Machine

I’ve had this machine for little over a year and I really like it. I know that some people will turn their noises down on the machine because it isn’t the most expensive one, but it’ll get the job done. I paid around $40 for this machine when I bought it and it still works. It does all the steam and everything you’d want from one of the more expensive machines, but at a quarter of the price.

Although, there are some down sides to that. The fact that it isn’t all that expensive means that some of things on it do find kind of cheap when you’re using it. I think it looks nice just sitting there, but when you use it you can really tell that it isn’t all that well made. It does shake a lot and sometimes the nozzle with move around with all the pressure. This hasn’t made the machine not work for me, but I can see how it might be a problem down the line.

Still, for all the uses that I’ve needed for it, it’s stuck up to them pretty well. I’m not sure if I’d get this machine again, but I’m glad that I got it in the first place. I didn’t want to spend all that money on an expensive one because I wasn’t really sure how much we would use it, but now that we use it maybe it’s time to step it up and buy one of the more solid machines.

- Inexpensive
- Nice looking
- Works well

- Cheaply Made, feels cheap
- A lot of shaking and movement from pressure

3 out of 5

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