This is the Sunbeam EM6910.

We chose this machine based on research I had done of the lower priced end of the market. Well I had in fact researched every machine I could find, no matter what the price but when it came to what we were buying it was always going to be the lower end of the market.

It has always had it’s critics and yes there have been problems with it, over time I think most of these problems have been ironed out and the more common ones now are user based.

If you know what you are doing, or can learn then you can get a fantastic cup of coffee out of the EM6910.


3 Responses to SUNBEAM EM6910

  1. grind and brew coffee maker

    March 18, 2013 at 5:14 AM

    It applies strain by the use of heat and
    forces the water by way of finely floor espresso powder into
    grind and brew coffee maker a serving
    chamber. Different folks like totally different sizes of espresso maker.
    If you are a frequent traveler a one or three cup coffee maker
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    May 9, 2013 at 10:06 PM

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  3. Bob S

    December 9, 2015 at 7:30 PM

    Nic, you suggested using the pressurized filter basket of the Sunbeam EM6910 as a way of verifying the accuracy of the pressure gauge on the Breville BES900. Have you read that someone tested several of these filter baskets to confirm that they fairly accurately produce 9 bar back pressure at flow rates typical of espresso extraction? Thanks!


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