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Easyworkz Diego Stovetop Espresso Maker Stainless Steel Italian Coffee Machine Maker 6Cup 10 oz Moka Pot Induction Espresso Pot

$49.99

  • Elegant and heat-resistant design
  • Made of premium quality 18/8 stainless steel
  • Can be used with gas stove, induction burner, and electric cooktop
  • Brews 6 cups of espresso
  • Includes reducer and safe valve for customization and safety
  • Well made and inspected in own factory with 24 months quality guarantee
  • Compatible with gas, electric, and induction stovetops
  • Recommended for camping use
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Buying Guide: Easyworkz Diego Stovetop Espresso Maker

Introduction

If you’re looking for a high-quality stovetop espresso maker, the Easyworkz Diego Stovetop Espresso Maker is an excellent choice. This stainless steel Italian coffee machine is designed to brew 6 cups (10 oz) of delicious espresso. With its induction compatibility and elegant design, it’s a versatile and stylish addition to any kitchen. This buying guide will help you understand the key features and factors to consider when choosing the Easyworkz Diego Stovetop Espresso Maker.

Specifications

  • Brand: Easyworkz
  • Color: Silver
  • Product Dimensions: 4.13″D x 5.91″W x 8.46″H
  • Special Feature: Gas Stovetop Compatible, Electric Stovetop Compatible, Induction Stovetop Compatible, Manual
  • Coffee Maker Type: Moka Pot
  • Filter Type: Reusable
  • Style: Tableware
  • Specific Uses For Product: Brewing Coffee
  • Recommended Uses For Product: Camping
  • Operation Mode: Manual
  • Number of Items: 1
  • Manufacturer: Easyworkz
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Item model number: EZ-CP100
  • Date First Available: August 21, 2020

Features

Elegant and Heat Resistant Design

The Easyworkz Diego Stovetop Espresso Maker features an elegant design that combines aesthetics with functionality. The heat resistant hollow insulated lid and handle grip make it convenient and safe to use even when the pot is hot. The base is made of heavy gauge magnetic stainless steel, ensuring its durability and long lifespan.

Premium Quality 18/8 Stainless Steel

Made of high-quality 18/8 stainless steel, this Moka pot is resistant to rust and corrosion. It is suitable for use with various heat sources, including gas stoves, induction burners, and electric cooktops. The mirror polishing process gives it a sleek and shiny appearance. It is also easy to clean and can be disassembled. Dishwasher safe for convenience.

6 Cups of Espresso

The Easyworkz Diego Stovetop Espresso Maker can brew 6 full espresso cups, equivalent to 10 fl. oz (300ml) of coffee. The unique design of this Moka pot ensures that your coffee is extra strong, rich, and aromatic. For the best tasting result, it is recommended to brew with 25g of finely ground coffee and water.

Reducer & Safe Valve Included

This coffee maker comes with a reducer that allows you to make smaller amounts of espresso to suit your preference. The included valve adds an extra layer of safety, ensuring a smooth and secure brewing process. It takes less than 5 minutes to brew your coffee over heat with this Moka pot.

Well made and Inspected in Own Factory

The Easyworkz Diego Stovetop Espresso Maker is manufactured and quality inspected in their own factory. With over 10 years of coffee maker manufacturing experience, the company ensures the excellent quality of their products. They also provide a 24-month quality guarantee after-sale service.

Conclusion

The Easyworkz Diego Stovetop Espresso Maker is a top-notch coffee machine that combines style, durability, and functionality. With its heat resistant design, premium stainless steel construction, and ability to brew 6 cups of delicious espresso, it is a great addition to any kitchen or even for camping trips. Easy to use and clean, it offers both convenience and excellent coffee taste. Choose the Easyworkz Diego Stovetop Espresso Maker for an authentic Italian coffee experience.

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Specification: Easyworkz Diego Stovetop Espresso Maker Stainless Steel Italian Coffee Machine Maker 6Cup 10 oz Moka Pot Induction Espresso Pot

Brand

Easyworkz

Color

Product Dimensions

4.13"D x 5.91"W x 8.46"H

Special Feature

Electric Stovetop Compatible, Gas Stovetop Compatible, Induction Stovetop Compatible, Manual

Coffee Maker Type

Moka Pot

Filter Type

Reusable

Style

Tableware

Specific Uses For Product

Brewing Coffee

Operation Mode

Manual

Number of Items

1

Human Interface Input

Buttons

Item Weight

2.18 pounds

Manufacturer

Easyworkz

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

EZ-CP100

Date First Available

August 21, 2020

13 reviews for Easyworkz Diego Stovetop Espresso Maker Stainless Steel Italian Coffee Machine Maker 6Cup 10 oz Moka Pot Induction Espresso Pot

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  1. East Wind Song

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     I only bought this because I was misled to believe it was 100% stainless steel. I ruined my old moka pot (aluminum no name brand) and for safety reasons wanted to invest in a stainless steel one. It appears that the bottom chamber outside is stainless steel but the inside appears to have a coating. The other parts including the top chamber and filters appear to not be stainless steel since there is little to no magnetic attraction– which is odd since the outside of the bottom chamber was an obvious strong magnetic attraction. Made in China. Great design, but simply because I don’t trust that it is made completely of stainless steel and not a known brand, I rather return it and opt for a more reputable and trusted brand. Instructions also had typos.

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  2. L.

    I have bought many a kitchen aide that I’ve thought worthwhile. For example a mandoline, a fully adjustable angle knife sharpener for cutting made easy. Whilst in Spain I was partaking in cafe con leche (coffee with milk) for breakfast. Soooo good. To make one once back in New Zealand I had to source a stovetop espresso maker as that is how it is made in Spain (must use UHT milk to get the true taste as fresh milk is not all that common). This espresso maker is the bee’s knees. Some other reviews noted that they had trouble with cross-threading when assembling. NOT if one has the handle opposite the valve. Easy to clean as it’s stainless. Great construction and looks fantastic.

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  3. Amazon Customer

    Beautifully designed. Great material and thickness .
    Highly recommend

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  4. L.

    I bought two of these, one for my son and one for me to replace an aging Bialetti knockoff.
    One of the two boxes had clearly been opened and cosmetic damage was evident on the enclosed mokka pot. That’s an immediate loss of points: if you want to sell me a returned product, then reduce the price!
    To those doubting that part of this is aluminum, worry not. Every part is stainless steel.
    This mokka pot is sleeker than a Bialetti – taller, slimmer, glossier. It looks good. But it’s a case of style over substance.
    The boiler is nice and glossy. But, if you start with hot water (as James Hoffmann and others suggest) then trying to screw it to the upper coffee container is very difficult. You need to wear an oven glove with rubber grips to tighten them together.
    I have had great difficulty “dialing in” this mokka pot. I think that this is because the funnel is narrower but taller than what your find in a Bialetti.
    This also makes filling it with ground coffee more challenging – spillage is a risk. Unless you have a grinder such as the Niche Zero or something with a similarly-sized coffee grind cup. But, why would you want a mokka pot if you own a Nich Zero?
    Another reason why dialing in may be more difficult is that the stainless steel seems to conduct the heat quicker than aluminium, so there is less time for the coffee to brew/steep/whatever the term is.
    For some reason, the holes in the bottom of the funnel are larger than in a Bialetti, which means that some of the ground coffee falls through as you are dosing it.
    The bottom of the coffee container section has a moat, which is very difficult to clean if any coffee crud builds up.
    I have used three different coffees so far, and have yet to get a drink as satisfying as my Bialetti knockoff. The coffee from this lacks the body and flavour that I was previously able to get. I am tending towards using water that’s at a much lower temperature than 95°C (~60°C) and at a much finer grind, to try and increase extraction. I will probably reduce the temperature of the water even further in the future.
    Oh, and if you need the reducer, then may I suggest that you stick to instant coffee.
    It looks good, it’s built well, but the coffee isn’t nearly as good as I have had from other mokka pots.

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  5. Amazon Kunde

    品質良くしっかり使える。少し重いのが気になってしまった。

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  6. Herb Hosler

    This is a great little coffee maker, makes coffee with excellent flavor!

    The 12 cup unit is sized just right for filling a 20 oz mug, leaving just enough room for a spoon full of sweetened condensed milk!!

    I prefer stainless steel over the aluminum version. This pot works great on an induction burner!

    Still experimenting with grind size, so far, a medium fine drip/pour over grind has proven best for flavor & brew time. My coffee grinder offers grind settings of 1-35, this pot seems to like a #18 grind. I use a 6 serving volume & tamp it, this make great coffee with very little sediment.

    I ask the seller about replacement silicone gaskets, they were quick to respond & sent a part number ASIN # B0B7RG73WJ available here on Amazon.

    Overall great experience so far!!

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  7. R7-12

    Sono soddisfatto, anche perché si può usare su vari tipi di fornelli. Il manico non scotta quando il caffè è pronto da versare.

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  8. James_US

    I wanted to get a stovetop espresso machine, but did not want an aluminum one. I found this stainless steel one and it’s great for my needs. It looks nice, and is relatively easy to clean. The coffee comes out tasting good, and is strong without being bitter. At first I was using it wrong and the coffee was too weak – I was putting the reduction plate on top of the ground coffee. The reduction plate is only if you want to make a very small amount of coffee (you put it in first before the coffee), and this size already just makes one espresso. I put the reduction plate away and will probably never use it. It’s normal for some water to be left in the bottom at the end. You can turn it off shortly after it starts making steaming noises, because it’s mostly finished at that point.

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  9. Rc

    I see some people get upset that it doesn’t stay bright and shiny. I’m just fine with something looking like it’s getting plenty of use like anything you put on the stove it will discolor at the lower portion and that’s just fine. I want to coffee not a show room. Once we found the right grind using a bird grinder, we started brewing, strong shots and adding hot water to make Americanos using a kettle that can be dialed in to 150° a really nice combo alternately we might’ve bought the larger size if we had thought it through a bit more but the Americanos taste great again with the right grind.

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  10. Hector Vazquez)

    I like moka-type makers in general because they reduce bitterness in the espresso versus my other plug-in espresso-maker. (This is especially important to me as the only coffee drinker in the house and my need to store GROUND coffee for up to four weeks after opening.) I wanted the metal handle because I have had other moka-type makers where the rubber/plastic handle melted on a gas stovetop. The handle DOES heat-up, however, not nearly as hot as the body. Nonetheless I still prefer the metal handle (pherhaps with an oven mitt) versus the possiblity of a melted handle. If you’ve never owned one before, be aware that this is an espresso maker. If you are used to drip coffee, it simply means that you will need to dilute the espresso with water.

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  11. Paul K. Smith

    Nice heavy stainless steel polished on the outside. Easy to screw on and off. Maintains its shine and has not tarnished since.

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  12. James_US

    This is a really nice moka pot. The principle on how they work is same across brands. The differences is in the smaller features and materials. Pros: Larger size. Says 12 cup, which is the largest I have seen. These cups are expresso sized cups. It makes like 1.5 regular/large sized cups. I really like the black colored base. I dislike seeing discoloration on a stainless base. Some people however like the used look. The lid has a small knob rather than a flip tab for thumb. Seems a bit thicker and sits snug in the pot. This could be a pro or con depending on your preference. For me it was a pro so my thumb doesnt accidently pop the lid up. Cleaning: These moka pots I feel are much easier to clean than my French Presses. Once all coffee has brewed and you are ready to clean it out, just twist off the top and the grounds can be easily popped out and either thrown away or composted. Pressure release valve: The valve on this one is slightly different than my previous pot with no moving part. So far, I have never had this feature come into play. Handle: Nice handle that stays cool even after brewing. It is similar to my French press. I did however like the rubberized, ergonomic handle on another brand of moka pot I owned slightly better but, not a big enough deal to not want me to purchase this pot. Overall, I am very happy with the size, quality of the pot. It makes a good cup of coffee if you are using good water and freshly burr ground beans. Enjoy!

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  13. AJE

    I’ve used Moka pots for a number of years and they’re one of my favourite ways of making rich-tasting coffee. The Technivorm Moccamaster KBTS and the Vietnamese Phin are two others. Keep in mind the coffee made with a Moka pot, sometimes called a stovetop espresso maker, is not the same as coffee made with a professional espresso maker. It comes close so it might be called “espresso–like”, but the pressure it generates is much less so the flavour richness and intensity are not the same.

    The stainless steel Easyworkz is one of the best Moka pots I’ve tried. I’ve been using the Diego model everyday for about 2-1/2 weeks and I highly recommend it.

    Some reviewers have mentioned several complaints while using this Moka pot. I believe all these issues can be explained and resolved. The following observations and suggestions are based upon my personal experience. Yours may vary.

    1. Coffee tastes weak or bitter. This is likely due to not filling the coffee funnel to the top with coffee, using the wrong coffee grind size, or using cheap grocery store pre-ground coffee. If you grind your own coffee purchased from a Roaster (recommended), use medium-fine to medium size grind (e.g. #12 – #18 on the Baratza Encore grinder). Use enough coffee to fill the funnel (coffee basket) to the top. Do not tamp coffee.
    2. Only a few drops of coffee or no coffee came out of the funnel into the upper chamber.
    3. Coffee and or steam leaking out from the threaded joint.
    Complaints 2 and 3 are likely due to the two chambers not being tightened firmly enough, and/or tamping the coffee grounds.
    4. Brewing time is very long. This is likely due to putting cold water in the boiler. Instead, fill the boiler chamber (water vessel) with hot water (from your kettle) – but only up to just under the safety valve. Use a towel or oven glove to handle the boiler because it will now be hot. Place the coffee funnel into the boiler and fill it to the top with coffee. Very firmly hand tighten the top and bottom together (this step is crucial, be sure it is firmly tightened but don’t use the handle to tighten). Remember to use a towel or oven glove. Place on stovetop element, Induction top (If Moka pot is made of stainless steel), or gas range between low and medium heat. An extraction time of around 3 – 4 minutes is a good starting point.
    5. Coffee tasted burnt. This is likely due to the heat being too high and/or leaving the moka pot on high heat after it finished brewing. Adjust temperature so that coffee comes up slowly but steadily, this will help ensure proper extraction. Just as it begins to sputter, immediately remove from heat. Do not leave the moka pot on the hot stove or open flame!
    6. This is the reason some users have experienced rust spots or flaking on the inside (all the water in the boiler evaporated and the residue burned) or on the underside of the boiler chamber (prolonged heat).
    7. It takes a long time for the moka pot to cool down. With stainless steel Moka pots it’s safe to place them directly under cold running water (lid open), right after coffee is poured out following brewing. This will cool down the Moka pot very quickly.

    After following the correct brewing steps, pour coffee and enjoy one of the best tasting types of coffee! Personally, I enjoy it with about 2 ounces of heated milk and a teaspoon and a half of honey – Moka Pot café au miel et au lait! The Diego 4 cup model is big enough to make one mug of coffee if you add milk like I do. Enjoy!

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