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Breville Duo Temp Pro Espresso Machine,61 Fluid Ounces, Stainless Steel, BES810BSS

Original price was: $499.95.Current price is: $469.00.

  • Creates third wave specialty coffee at home
  • Low pressure pre-infusion for balanced flavors
  • Accurate water temperature control
  • High power element for microfoam milk texturing
  • Automatic heat system purge
  • Maintenance indicator for easy cleaning
  • Comes with various accessories
  • 1 year limited product warranty
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Original price was: $499.95.Current price is: $469.00.


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Buying Guide: Breville Duo Temp Pro Espresso Machine


The Breville Duo Temp Pro Espresso Machine is a high-quality espresso machine that allows you to create third wave specialty coffee in the comfort of your home. With its precise espresso extraction, manual microfoam milk texturing, and other advanced features, this espresso machine ensures a perfect cup of coffee every time. Read on to learn how to select the Breville Duo Temp Pro Espresso Machine that suits your needs.

Table of Contents

  • Size and Dimensions
  • Color and Design
  • Key Features
  • Included Accessories
  • Warranty and Support

Size and Dimensions

The Breville Duo Temp Pro Espresso Machine has a compact size, measuring approximately 10 inches in depth, 11 inches in width, and 13 inches in height. Its sleek design fits well in any kitchen or countertop space.

Color and Design

This espresso machine comes in a brushed stainless steel color, which not only looks stylish but also ensures durability and longevity. The stainless steel construction adds a touch of elegance to your kitchen.

Key Features

  • Precise Espresso Extraction: The low pressure pre-infusion feature ensures that all flavors are evenly extracted from the coffee grounds, resulting in a perfectly balanced cup of coffee.
  • Water Temperature Control: The integrated stainless steel water path with a 1600W Thermocoil accurately controls the water temperature, ensuring optimal brewing conditions.
  • Manual Microfoam Milk Texturing: The high-power 1600W steam element allows you to create microfoam for enhanced flavor and the ability to produce latte art at home.
  • Auto Purge: After steaming milk, the machine automatically purges the heat system, ensuring the next espresso shot is extracted at the right temperature.
  • Maintenance Indicator: This machine features an indicator that alerts you when it needs cleaning, making routine maintenance hassle-free.
  • Low Maintenance: The included cleaning and drip tray alerts make routine maintenance quick and easy.

Included Accessories

  • Water Filter Holder and Water Filter
  • 54mm Stainless Steel portafilter with commercial style spouts
  • 16 oz Stainless Steel Milk Jug
  • Cleaning tool and cleaning tablets
  • Silicon cleaning disc
  • Razor Precision Dose Trimming Tool
  • 1-cup & 2-cup Single & Dual Wall Filter Baskets (4 total)
  • Integrated removable tamper

Warranty and Support

The Breville Duo Temp Pro Espresso Machine comes with a 1-year limited product warranty. This ensures that you are protected against any manufacturing defects or malfunctions. Breville provides reliable customer support, assisting you with any questions or issues you may have.

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Price History for Breville Duo Temp Pro Espresso Machine BES810BSS, Brushed Stainless Steel


Current Price $470.00 May 24, 2024
Highest Price $499.95 December 15, 2023
Lowest Price $399.95 March 13, 2024
Since December 13, 2023

Last price changes

$470.00 May 24, 2024
$476.95 May 20, 2024
$470.00 May 17, 2024
$479.95 May 11, 2024
$488.27 May 8, 2024

Specification: Breville Duo Temp Pro Espresso Machine,61 Fluid Ounces, Stainless Steel, BES810BSS




Product Dimensions

10"D x 11"W x 13"H

Special Feature


Coffee Maker Type

Espresso Machine

Filter Type




Specific Uses For Product


Included Components

Water Filter Holder and Water Filter, 54mm Stainless Steel portafilter with commercial style spouts, 16 oz Stainless Steel Milk Jug, Cleaning tool and cleaning tablets, Silicon cleaning disc, Razor Precision Dose Trimming Tool, 1cup & 2cup Single & Dual Wall Filter Baskets (4 total), Integrated removable tamper

Operation Mode



120 Volts

Model Name


Number of Items


Human Interface Input


Package Type

Frustration-Free Packaging

Unit Count

1.0 Count

Item Weight

18.9 pounds



Item model number


Is Discontinued By Manufacturer


Date First Available

October 22, 2014

10 reviews for Breville Duo Temp Pro Espresso Machine,61 Fluid Ounces, Stainless Steel, BES810BSS

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  1. jennifer

    This machine extracts a delicious, rich, non bitter, double shot from almost any coffee beans. It consistently allows the characteristic flavor of the bean roast and origin through to the cup. It also has a powerful pump and doesn’t get clogged by an inconsistent grind easily.

    It has enough weight to make it easy to use, helps with getting the portafilter on and off.

    It also froths milk amazingly well.

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  2. arrgh

    Excelente servicio y la calidad del servicio de acuerdo a su precio.

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  3. sinembargo

    I’ve been using this coffee maker with the Breville BREBCG820BSSXL Smart Grinder Pro. My buddy has both and has been using them for 11 months. We both love these two machines for making espressos.

    You will get sweet espresso and silky milk. Together they make a rich, dense cap that no one will be able to resist. My caps are better than any worthy place in my city and I’ve been to them all!

    It gets four stars from me and five stars from him. I give it four because I have to use three cups of water to make two shots. It’s not the production of the shots or the steaming of the milk that consumes the majority of the water. It is the entire process. My process consists of running water through the head to warm it up. I make the shots and then I remove the basket, dump out the grinds and flush the head. Then I put the filter basket back on and run water through it three more times to completely flush out grinds that get caught in the head. After each time of running water through the filter basket, I have to rinse the basket in the sink to get rid of any grinds.

    Not only is this time-consuming but it uses up three cups of water. My buddy doesn’t do this. He just lets the grinds sit in the head. But his caps don’t taste as sweet as mine. We both use the same milk, coffee, grind settings, technique, etc. I want my coffee machine to be free of used grinds before I use it.

    Prior to this machine, I tried the Breville BES840XL Infuser Espresso Machine and the Breville Café Roma Espresso Machine ESP8XL – BREESP8XL. The first one was terribly inconsistent. The second one had a plastic/rubbery smell to the water container.

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  4. Carrie

    Very pretty! Can’t wait to make a cappuccino

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  5. Alfredo s.

    In the past we could never find a coffee machine that would heat up to a Hot temperature. After giving coffee machines a break for almost ten years. We were inspired to get a espresso machine after visiting Paris for the 3 rd time and every time we go there. We visit our favourite coffee shop for either an espresso or Americano!! We researched and researched until we were satisfied we bought or hoped to have bought the best possible espresso machine / Americano!! Yes you can make Americanos , and not just Espresso’s cappuccinos and lattes And Hot! Very Hot! Not those hot for 30 seconds and then cools down! One of my efforts to find the best espresso machines was to type into google “consumer top 10 espresso machines “. And this unit was # 2. # 1 was close to $1000 as it had a built in brr grinder. Not the smartest thing to do combing two units into one. What if one breaks down then your out of the other while in for repairs !
    Also found good research on YouTube, loads of information on this unit seeing it working and demonstrating all it can do. We were sold we were convinced this was the one! And we are so happy with the quality results! Taste quality and temp just like those fancy baristas with the commercial espresso machines costing thousands of dollars! We also purchased the matching smart pro grinder. The set and forget feature is awesome!!!! Why have a manual grinder when an automatic grinds and dispenses and shuts off because the dispenser is set up for this espresso machine. Set for 1 shot or two. And you can adjust dispenser time and it remembers your last timed grind and dispense! Over. All very easy to use and clean up of the espresso machine. The steamer is very very powerful! Italian made 15 bar pump. Sounds amazing just that we don’t know what that means lol!!! I guess quality that performs! A handy feature too is that if you make a Americano instead of the espresso. You dispense hot water right after turning off the espresso shot then switch to hot water then bring to 3/4 near the top then add cream or milk. Either heat it with the included stainless steal pitcher or put the steamer nozzle directly into your coffee cup and warm it up with 135 deg steam! After a month of use we love it! We No longer buy coffee or espresso out unless we’re in Paris of course!

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  6. Ken . S

    This was purchased as a gift. The recipients liked the machine well enough but found it difficult to ‘dial in’ consistently good espresso. The machine worked as designed, was well-made, and the fit and features are fine, but in the end they found it a bit too much trial and error for their morning routine. They are both finicky when it comes to their coffee and I suspect that most other tasters would not notice the ‘flaws’ in their brews, and given time, would be able to reproduce great espresso cup after cup.

    I myself enjoyed the coffee and in fact was motivated to buy the Breville Infuser which is the cousin to this machine. I thought that the Infuser’s pressure gauge would assist me to brew a good cup of espresso and so far I believe it has; it was also on sale at the time and the Duo Pro was not. Again, the Duo Pro’s espresso tasted fine to me, though I do appreciate having the pressure gauge as a visual clue as to the quality of extraction.

    I would have taken their machine had they decided to return it before I purchased the Infuser, so I really don’t want to reflect negatively on the Duo Pro…it will surely be a great machine for the majority of people, but the small percentage that want more of a ‘push-button, set-and-forget” approach would probably be best to look elsewhere but this would go for most DIY espresso machines save for a fully automatic.

    I would agree with others that mention the steam. It does take a little longer than some machines to heat and froth the milk, but we are really only talking a handful or two of seconds. I found that there is more than enough steam to (given the time) make excellent hot milk complete with a fairly tight (micro?) foam. The process of switching between frothing milk and drawing espresso is quick enough and the machine prepares itself for this by adjusting the water temperature within a couple of seconds.

    Again, I’d say this is a great machine and would have purchased it myself as stated above.

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  7. Eddie S

    après un an, partie à la pubelle

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  8. Carrie

    My Duo Temp arrived 3 days ago so I have only been using it that long. That said, I am very satisfied so far. This is my first home espresso machine. I, like many, have a very serious S**rbucks addiction and I’ve always wanted to be able to make those wonderfully delicious drinks at home. This machine allows me to do that.

    The things I like:

    The machine heats up quick. I don’t think my Kuerig heats up as fast. The steam wand is commercial grade and even though I am a rookie, I find it easy to make a good micro foam. It comes with 4 baskets for the portafilter. 2 are pressurized double wall filters (for pre ground beans). And the other 2 are single wall non-pressurized (for freshly ground beans). I’ve been using the pressurized baskets with preground espresso.

    People will tell you you can’t get a good shot unless you buy an extravagant $200 grinder and beans roasted within 5 days of when you brew. I used preground Lavazza coffee and I made 5 lattes this past weekend that I would be glad to get if I ordered them in a coffee shop. So regardless of whether you opt for the expensive grinder this machine will still pull a great shot. That said, I also wouldn’t waste my time on a cheap grinder. Either buy the expensive high quality grinder, or don’t and just buy high quality preground coffee. Lavazza and Illy are best from what I’ve read. I can only vouch for Lavazza.

    I also love the PID and the backflush feature that cools the machine after steaming so you can quickly pull another shot. There is a tamper and pitcher included. The pitcher is high quality and the tamper is certainly very usable. It is pretty cool how the tamper has a magnetic storage location on the machine so it doesn’t get misplaced.

    What I don’t like:

    Because of the backflush feature, the drip tray fills up fast. So you have to empty it fairly often. This machine is a single boiler system which means you can’t pull a shot and steam milk at the same time. However, switching between the two functions is fast so this is really a non issue. Also busting out a quick cup on the Kuerig takes just a minute or two. This takes much more time. So be prepared if brewing a cup is part of your morning routine. Lastly, I’ve had the filter basket get stuck in the group head twice already. It’s no big deal but eventually it’s gonna get stuck, then fall out, and send coffee all over.

    Ultimately, I am thrilled so far. I can now make great latte’s without the $5 price tag. I will update if things change.

    So I’ve had my machine for 6 months now and I’m still very happy with it. I use it at least once everyday but usually twice. It’s great for that much use. I have noticed however that this machine is not great for entertaining. I have my family over regularly and usually end up making about 6 lattes/cappuccinos after dinner. The machine tends to get hot and the grounds in the group head actually start to smell burnt after the 3rd or 4th brew. That was brewing double shot lattes. I have since stopped the double shots for each drink and now brew a double shot into two separate shot glasses making two drinks on each cycle. This fixed the overheating but be aware that this is not a high volume machine. Casual use only. I also had one instance where the steam failed to start when turning the knob into position. A little steam was coming out so I double checked that the knob was turned all the way and it was. So I set it back to the off position and then back to steam and then it worked fine. Only happened once and then never again. That was a month ago so fingers crossed that doesn’t become a problem.

    Anyway I am extremely satisfied with my purchase and I highly recommend this machine to those serious about their espresso drinks but want the convenience of brewing at home. Good luck and enjoy!

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  9. Townie

    I bought this back in 2019 and it has held up so fricken well without me taking super great care of it. Honestly it’s just as new and I have easily made 100’s of drinks with it. The grinder I bought separately and same thing. If you struggle with it pulling enough liquid out it’s not the machine you just have to fix your grind on your bean. I never write reviews and thought it was necessary since this is one of the best higher purchase items that have stood the test of time that I have bought.

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  10. jennifer

    I had an old Cuisinart expresso machine for 8 years, I decided to upgrade, I researched for over a year and decided on the Breville BES810BSS. I loved this machine so much I bought my daughter one, it’s easy to use, makes a great expresso. What more could you ask for, right? when I bought mine the first thing I did was check the water temperature, It was close to 200 degrees F, just like their website says. About 3 months ago It wouldn’t make good expresso, it was watery. I’ve made my expresso the same way for 11 years, I use the double expresso coffee holder, and do 2 pulls and I end up with a wonderful iced expresso, I use good coffee beans, grind them myself. I tried changing the grind, nothing worked. So when I checked the water temperature it was 160 degrees F. I called Breville, described the problem, I hadn’t been real good at cleaning so I figured it was my fault. They said send it in with 160.00 dollars, and that will cover shipping, repairing, and replacing it with a refurbished one if needed, a win-win situation, I thought. They replaced the thermostat, I was happy. It comes back, the first expresso I made was no better than the last one before I sent it in, I checked the temperature, it was about 175 degrees, I called breville, and was told that was good. the last girl I talked to, ridiculed me for the way I made my expresso, an iced expresso should be watery she said, I tried to explain to her that I make the same way all the time, so it shouldn’t taste any different, she couldn’t figure that out, just had this tone of disbelief that I was complaining, I finally asked about the temperature, she said it should be about 150 to 160 degrees. The front page of Breville’s expresso website states that 200 degrees is what is necessary for a good cup of expresso, the girl I talked to had never seen that, so when she went to that page and saw what it said, she dismissed that and stuck to her script then about 150 to 160 degrees, and then went back to not believing how, with the way I made my coffee, how I should expect any difference. BY this time I couldn’t get a word in, she just dismissed me completely like I was stupid, I got tired of that, I couldn’t get a word in, and I finally said F off and hung up. So now nothing I do works, and I just glare at my 600 dollar paperweight that couldn’t make a good cup of expresso if it had to. So now I’m researching again “it will not be a Breville”

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