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Bialetti – New Venus Induction, Stovetop Coffee Maker, Suitable for all Types of Hobs, Stainless Steel, 6 Cups (7.9 Oz), Silver


  • Bialetti Venus is an induction stovetop coffee maker
  • Made of 18/10 stainless steel for durability and style
  • Easy to use: fill with ground coffee, place on stovetop, and turn off when it gurgles
  • Sizes available for espresso cups or larger containers
  • Cleaning instructions: rinse with water, do not use detergent or dishwasher
  • Compatible with induction, gas, and electric stovetops
  • Reusable filter
  • Comes with one stovetop component
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Buying Guide – Bialetti Venus Induction Coffee Maker


The Bialetti Venus Induction Coffee Maker is a high-quality stainless steel stovetop coffee maker that is suitable for all types of hobs. With a capacity of 6 cups (7.9 Oz), it offers a perfect coffee brewing experience with a unique design.

1. Design and Construction

The Bialetti Venus features a stunning and durable 18/10 stainless steel construction that ensures long-lasting performance and an unmistakable style. Its unique design combines tradition and innovation, making it a standout addition to your kitchen.

2. Compatibility

This coffee maker is compatible with all types of hobs, including induction, gas, and electric stovetops. It offers versatility and convenience, allowing you to use it with your preferred cooking method.

3. Brewing Process

Using the Bialetti Venus is simple. Just fill the coffee maker with ground coffee, close it tightly, and place it on the stovetop. Once it starts gurgling, turn off the heat, and your coffee will be ready to enjoy. This brewing process results in a rich and flavorful coffee with a traditional Italian taste.

4. Size Options

The Bialetti Venus is available in different sizes, measured in Espresso Cups. You can choose the size that suits your needs, whether you prefer enjoying your coffee in espresso cups or larger containers. It allows you to customize your brewing experience.

5. Cleaning and Maintenance

It is recommended to clean the Bialetti Venus by rinsing each component with plain water. Avoid using any detergents or putting it in the dishwasher, as it can damage the product and affect the taste of your coffee. Keeping it clean and well-maintained ensures its longevity and optimum performance.


  • Brand: Bialetti
  • Color: Stainless Steel
  • Product Dimensions: 4.33″D x 5.12″W x 8.46″H
  • Special Features: Induction Stovetop Compatible, Gas Stovetop Compatible, Electric Stovetop Compatible
  • Coffee Maker Type: Espresso Machine
  • Filter Type: Reusable
  • Style: Espresso Maker
  • Specific Uses For Product: Cup Warmer, Milk Frother
  • Recommended Uses For Product: Traveling
  • Included Components: Stovetop
  • Operation Mode: Fully Automatic
  • Voltage: 220 Volts
  • Model Name: Venus
  • Number of Items: 1
  • Human Interface Input: Buttons
  • Package Type: Standard packaging
  • Unit Count: 1.0 Count
  • Item Weight: 1.19 pounds
  • Manufacturer: Pengo S.p.A.
  • Language: English
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Item Model Number: 0007255
  • Batteries: 1 Lithium Ion batteries required.
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Date First Available: March 12, 2020
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Specification: Bialetti – New Venus Induction, Stovetop Coffee Maker, Suitable for all Types of Hobs, Stainless Steel, 6 Cups (7.9 Oz), Silver




Product Dimensions

4.33"D x 5.12"W x 8.46"H

Special Feature

Electric Stovetop Compatible, Gas Stovetop Compatible, Induction Stovetop Compatible

Coffee Maker Type

Espresso Machine

Filter Type



Espresso Maker

Specific Uses For Product

Cup_Warmer, milk_frother

Included Components


Operation Mode

Fully Automatic


220 Volts

Model Name


Number of Items


Human Interface Input


Package Type

Standard packaging

Unit Count

1.0 Count

Item Weight

1.19 pounds


Pengo S.p.A.


English, English, English, English, English

Country of Origin


Item model number



1 Lithium Ion batteries required.

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

March 12, 2020

8 reviews for Bialetti – New Venus Induction, Stovetop Coffee Maker, Suitable for all Types of Hobs, Stainless Steel, 6 Cups (7.9 Oz), Silver

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  1. Vince Neil

    I was looking for a stainless steel Moka Expresso pot when I came upon the Venus. It looks are far more appealing than my crusty old trapezoidal aluminum Moka Espresso Pot…those pots don’t really age that gracefully. I tried it with Bialetti’s pre-ground espresso coffee and really liked the results. Cleanup was an absolute breeze and the coffee flavor was great. I highly recommend the Venus.

    On the (somewhat amusing) flip side, I found four different ways to burn my hand when using it. First I grabbed the bottom portion after filling it with boiling water. Wait? Stainless steel conducts heat??? On my second try I used a pot holder/towel to hold the bottom portion while screwing it into the top. This actually did not work very well as the bottom is rounded (not polygonal) and too smooth to grab well. I recommend using room temp tap water to completely avoid this situation. The Venus brews VERY quickly regardless.

    Secondly, when pouring out the brewed coffee, my finger pressed into the screw that secures the handle to the pot. Interestingly, it was quite hot. Okay, this one is very easy to avoid.

    Thirdly, don’t pull back on the lid lever to pour out the brewed coffee with your finger. Just simply pour it – you don’t need to pull the cover back.

    And lastly, while pouring the hot coffee, steam rises out the back of the lid and can easily burn your hand that is holding the handle.

    Bottom Line – it’s an excellent Moka Espresso Pot and is a nice aesthetic addition to your kitchen. Just learn from my (dumb) mistakes and work around them.

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  2. Astrid A

    It’s a good product as expected from Bialetti, but I have to say the coffee taste does not match the taste you get with the bialetti aluminum version. I used aluminium for the past 10 years and am a bit disappointed that my coffee doesn’t taste as good any more. I will try different coffees and grind sizes, but after 2 weeks of daily use this is my feedback. I would any day go back to the non steel moka pot

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  3. CM

    it has undoubtedly elevated my daily coffee ritual to a whole new level. This remarkable espresso maker is a true testament to Bialetti’s commitment to quality and craftsmanship, earning it a solid 5-star rating in my books.

    Amazing performance. This espresso maker consistently delivers rich, aromatic espresso. One of the standout features for me is the user-friendly nature of this espresso maker. The ergonomic handle ensures a comfortable grip, and the simple assembly and disassembly make cleaning up a quick task.

    Another remarkable aspect is the durability of the materials used. The stainless steel construction not only adds to the overall aesthetic appeal but also guarantees longevity. It’s evident that Bialetti has put a lot of thought into creating a product that’s meant to stand the test of time.

    In summary, the Bialetti New Venus Espresso Maker in Silver has exceeded my expectations on every front. Its elegant design, exceptional espresso quality, user-friendly nature, and durable construction collectively make it a true gem in the world of espresso makers. If you’re a coffee enthusiast who appreciates both style and substance, investing in the Bialetti New Venus will undoubtedly be a decision you won’t regret. It’s a 5-star product through and through.

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  5. DrSchwob

    Der beste Mokka gelingt einfach nur in einer Bialetti; Fakt. Wie der Italiener sagen würde “Una volta Bialetti, sempre Bialetti”.
    Endlich auch als Induktion erhältlich.

    Unserer Erfahrung nach ist entscheidend, dass die Bohnen nicht zu fein gemahlen sind wie beim Espresso sondern zwischen Filterkaffee und French Press. Zweitens sobald es mit Gurgel,fluchen, … anfängt sofort von der Hitze weg, sonst kommt Kaffeesatz mit rein (was wir nicht so mögen und optisch auch nicht so schön ist,).

    Einen arg großen Unterschied zwischen den Leistungsstufen beim kochen haben wir nicht bemerkt, wir kochen immer auf Stufe 7 von 9.

    Restwasser im Behälter?! Wen stört das; uns definitiv nicht!

    Ganz klare 5* Empfehlung. Wer allerdings auf einen Espresso hofft, ist mit dieser Mokkamaschine nicht bedient, dazu fehlt schlichtweg der Druck einer guten Espressomaschine! -> Siebträgermaschine

    Preis/Leistung: top
    Geschmack: Zwischen Filterkaffee und Espresso
    Reinigung: Unter Wasser abspülen fertig

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  6. momo

    The Bialetti New Venus Induction Stovetop Coffee Maker has quickly become a beloved part of my daily coffee routine. As a coffee enthusiast, I can confidently say that this stainless steel beauty delivers a top-notch brewing experience.

    Here’s why I’m thrilled with it:

    Versatile Compatibility: This coffee maker is a true all-rounder, compatible with all types of hobs, including induction. It’s a fantastic option for those with varying stovetops.

    Elegant Stainless Steel: Not only does it brew excellent coffee, but it also looks stunning in my kitchen. The stainless steel design is sleek and durable, giving it a premium feel.

    Perfect Size: The 4-cup capacity (5.7 oz) is just right for my daily caffeine fix. It brews the ideal amount without any waste.

    Efficient Brewing: The Venus Induction consistently delivers rich and aromatic coffee. It’s impressive how quickly it brews a full pot.

    Easy Maintenance: Cleaning is a breeze; the coffee maker disassembles easily for thorough cleaning, ensuring no residue is left behind.

    Timeless Design: Bialetti’s iconic octagonal shape and classic design are not only functional but also a nod to tradition.

    In conclusion, the Bialetti New Venus Induction Stovetop Coffee Maker has won me over completely. It offers the perfect blend of style, efficiency, and versatility. Whether you’re a coffee aficionado or just looking for a reliable and elegant coffee maker, this one is a winner. It has truly elevated my coffee experience, and I can’t recommend it enough!

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  7. Hector Ponce

    Esta súper bonita, todo el exterior es de acero inoxidable con muy buena apariencia y brillo. Los filtros y otras piezas son de buena calidad y parece que van a aguantar el uso regular por un buen tiempo. La única pieza que eventualmente hay que reemplazar es el empaque de silicon, pero puede durar años si lo cuidas bien.

    Esta cafetera de 6 tazas funciona perfecto y sirve para preparar 220 ml de un café bastante fuerte y concentrado que se parece al expreso pero sin tanta crema (la espuma blanca) y un sabor con menos profundidad. Te lo puedes tomar así como sale que es bastante concentrado y con sabor fuerte o diluirlo para preparar un “expreso americano”. Yo le pongo 110 ml de café a 130 ml de agua caliente y me queda un café fuerte pero rico. Le he puesto 70 ml de café a 150 ml de agua caliente y queda un café americano mas normal.

    Como en cualquier cafetera, la calidad del café es lo mas importante. Si eres súper fan del café como yo, te recomiendo moler el café al momento. El molido debe ser un poco menos fino de lo que requieres para un expreso y de ahí hasta mas grueso, pero sin llegar al que usarías para una cafetera de goteo. Si mides el café por volumen, requieres 50 ml (3 cucharadas y un pico) o por peso serán entrre 35 y 40 gramos dependiendo de lo aceitoso de los granos.

    Lo mas importante al momento de preparar el café es el llenado del filtro pues debes asegurarte de que el café molido quede asentado y compactado, pero sin que tu lo presiones. Yo sirvo el café en el filtro y le doy golpecitos al costado con la cuchara para que se “acomode” y le quepa mas, luego le pongo un poco mas, le doy otros golpecitos y al final paso algo recto sobre el borde del filtro para quitar el exceso y asegurarme de que el café no sobresalga del filtro.

    Es mejor calentar la caldera (la parte de abajo de la cafetera) y poner agua caliente antes de poner el filtro y cerrar. Yo pongo la caldera en la estufa, en la hornilla mas pequeña a fuego muy bajo mientras caliento 260 ml de agua en el micro (se pierden como 40 ml en el proceso), cuando el agua está lista la vierto en la caldera, pongo el filtro y me ayudo con un trapo o guantes para cerrar la cafetera sin quemarme. No es necesario que aprietes mucho al cerrar, solo un poco después de que sientas la resistencia que ocasiona el empaque. De qué tanto le aprietes depende lo que te va a durar el empaque y no hace ninguna diferencia en el café que obtienes. Solo asegúrate de que esté un poco apretado para que no se salga el vapor.
    Regresas la cafetera a la estufa y le subes la flama para que hierva el agua. Yo dejo la tapa abierta para poder ver cuando empiece a salir el café y tan pronto empiece a “escupir” o gorgorear, le cierro la tapa (para que no me salpique) y cuento 10 o 15 segundos. Inmediatamente apago el fuego y sirvo el café. Lo poco que sale después ya no lo tomo porque es como mas amargo o quemado y no es mas de 1 o de media cucharada así que no vale la pena.

    Yo solo uso café de tueste medio porque no me gusta tan tostado y el sabor es muy bueno. No se parece en nada al americano que obtengo del mismo café (con la cafetera normalita de goteo y el molido adecuado) ni al sabor del expreso con ese mismo café. Es otra forma de preparar café, sabe diferente y si te gusta tener mas opciones para preparar tu café; vas a disfrutar muchísimo usando esta cafetera.

    A diferencia de las modelos de aluminio, a esta cafetera la puedes lavar con agua y muy poco jabón solo para quitar el aceite que deja el café y que luego afecta el sabor. Después de cada uso hay que retirar el empaque para enjuagarlo y evitar que se quede café. A la caldera solo la seco cuando se enfría y cada que noto sarro la descalcifico con vinagre blanco (media parte de agua y media de vinagre) con el que aprovecho para limpiar a fondo toda la cafetera.

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  8. DarkHorse_126

    First off, I did extensive research on this and other moka pots before my purchase. It is frustrating to see so many off-the-cuff questions from people who clearly didn’t do their homework regarding this amazing product. Following are my thoughts.

    1. The inside of the lower boiler appears to be sandblasted to aid in a more rapid boil. It is NOT coated with any other material; ie Teflon, nor is it carcinogenic. It is bare stainless metal. Holy heck, people — let it go. Comments like this are very damaging regarding the perception of this company’s product.

    2. Be very careful when washing and drying the inside lip of the lower boiler. It has a very sharp edge that easily cut my finger. I’m going to take some 1500-grit sandpaper and carefully knock this edge off so it doesn’t happen again.

    3. The inner gasket and screen are very secure. The overall fit and finish (and YES it is made in China) are top notch. I’m very impressed with the quality. The design is very appealing and the unit is compact; it will be a constant companion on my counter.

    4. The valve is solid – no issues. Some people have complained about a whistling noise; i can state that if you follow the instructions you will not have a problem. The valve itself is manufactured in Italy.

    5. Contrary to what many are saying about initial use, i did wash the individual parts in very hot soapy dishwater and rinsed carefully before i used it for the first time. To be blunt — not following through on this step is just plain gross. You have no idea what this unit went through during the manufacturing process, or how many people handled it and under what conditions. Wash the damn thing in soapy water before you use it. After that, it requires minimal maintenance.

    6. I have a package of premium Lavazza Crema e Gusto on order. For now i used Peet’s Big Bang® whole bean coffee ground fine in my spice grinder. The taste was a bit sour but that’s the fault of the beans, not the pot. A VERY strong full mug of espresso. I’m glad i purchased the 6 cup for this purpose. One mug is all i need to get started with my morning.

    7. This unit blows my French press away. I tired of having to wait for water to boil and then steep for four minutes before i could have a cup using the French press. The Bialetti Venus is so quick. It’s a game changer. I most likely will not be using my wife’s Keurig either.

    HIGHLY RECOMMENDED AND A GREAT PRICE. Read the instruction sheet before use.

    UPDATE – December 15, 2022: After using this every day and carefully reviewing YouTube techniques for getting the most out of this pot, I determined that the first “sour” cup of coffee i referenced above was the result of a too coarse grind and brewing it too quickly, so the extraction process could not get the full, smooth body out of the grind. (From what i recall, the actual brew time was a little over one minute.) If your cup is sour, ensure you have fresh, quality beans ground finely for use in a Moka. The percolation “sweet spot” time for this brewer is between 2 and 3 minutes once the coffee enters the top chamber. I have a Maytag gas range with a small burner at the back right of the unit. This burner is PERFECT for this use because you can dial it down to an absolute minimum for the optimal brew time. (See photo.)

    If your beans are ground more finely, the brew time will take a bit longer because the steam extraction is forced through a more dense grind. DO NOT TAMP THE COFFEE OR RUSH THE BREW PROCESS. 2-3 minutes actual brew time once the coffee starts percolating out of the top chamber port is key. Espresso grind may be too fine for this pot. It should be a bit more coarse but still finely ground. Experiment and take notes on the settings for your particular grinder.

    Finally, watch the gush of steam and froth at the end of the brew time — if it is too aggressive you risk turning the coffee bitter. Both Peet’s® Big Bang whole bean and Lavazza Crema e Gusto (espresso grind) work wonderfully in this unit. In fact, I was surprised that the Peet’s gives Lavazza a run for its money, price-wise. Simply a wonderful cup of coffee to look forward to every morning!

    1/16/23 UPDATE: I am posting this to help others with finding replacement gaskets for their Bialetti Venus 6-cup moka pot. I wanted to plan ahead and have a couple gaskets on hand when my gasket eventually fails. After researching, i selected this product which, as stated in their description, is a genuine Bialetti replacement — although the gaskets are made of RUBBER, not silicone as was supplied in my original Venus moka pot.

    After testing, I must report it was nothing short of a disaster. The rubber replacement gaskets (you get three in the pack) are not to spec and fit much tighter than the original silicone one – being about a millimeter in diameter smaller, and noticeably thicker. As a result, the coffee, when brewed, spurted out in a thick tar-like sludge and there was a hissing noise in the boiler that had never happened before. The brewed cup was bitter and unusable — i drank only half and poured the rest out. I can only deduce that due to the much tighter gasket tolerances, the extraction process was too hot, even at the lowest gas setting on my small burner. I tried to remove the rubber gasket and found it was so tight i had to cut it out in sections using an x-acto knife. The gasket on inspection was stained and deformed after only one use. The average life, I’m told is only five months, on average.

    This is why the original silicone is far superior.

    On a side note the replacement filter screen that comes with the gaskets is a cheap aluminum facsimile of the original stainless steel one. AVOID THIS REPLACEMENT PRODUCT. It states it is made in Italy but looks Chinese. You will be disappointed.

    Lastly, after contacting Bialetti’s American office in New Jersey regarding these issues and my request to secure an original silicone replacement gasket, i never got a response back, after two followups. Really frustrated by their lack of response.

    So, where can i find an alternative gasket replacement?
    After extensive reviews, i found a YouTube video regarding this product made by LitOrange (China.) They are silicone and are exactly the same dimensional specs. For all i know, they supplied the original gasket for the Venus, since the pot is also manufactured in China.

    They are arriving today and I will be reviewing this week. I hope this helps others in securing a quality replacement gasket for their Venus brewer.

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