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FCUS Stovetop Espresso Maker, 12cup/600ml Grecas Coffee Maker Moka Pot, Stainless Steel Italian Classic Espresso Moka Pot, Induction Compatible

$36.99

  • Made of food-grade stainless steel
  • 12 cup (600ml) capacity
  • Produces fine oil and strong aroma espresso
  • Suitable for various stovetops including induction, gas, ceramic, electric, and halogen
  • Working principle uses steam to extract coffee essence
  • Safety precautions for high temperatures
  • Good customer service and support
  • Includes filter and carafe, manual operation
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Buying Guide – FCUS Stovetop Espresso Maker

Introduction

Welcome to our buying guide for the FCUS Stovetop Espresso Maker! In this guide, we will provide you with all the information you need to know to make an informed decision when purchasing this espresso maker. Whether you are a coffee aficionado or simply looking to brew a delicious cup of coffee at home, this stainless steel Italian classic Moka Pot is the perfect choice for you.

Features and Specifications

  • Brand: FCUS
  • Product Dimensions: 5.25″D x 5.25″W x 10.58″H
  • Special Feature: Gas Stovetop Compatible, Electric Stovetop Compatible, Induction Stovetop Compatible
  • Coffee Maker Type: Moka Pot
  • Filter Type: Reusable
  • Style: Classic Style
  • Specific Uses For Product: Espresso Maker Moka Pot
  • Included Components: Filter, Carafe
  • Operation Mode: Manual
  • Number of Items: 1
  • Item Weight: 2.2 pounds
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Item model number: moka pot
  • Date First Available: April 4, 2023

Subheading 1: Preferred Material of Moka Pot

The FCUS Stovetop Espresso Maker is made of food-grade stainless steel, ensuring durability and resistance to corrosion. It is a safe and secure choice for direct contact with food. The tasteless and rot-resistant materials of the Moka Pot help brew the mellow Italian flavor coffee you desire.

Subheading 2: Good Capacity, Enjoy Coffee

Select the 12 cup (600ml) capacity FCUS Stovetop Espresso Maker to experience the fine oil and strong aroma of espresso. This Moka Pot forms the base of all coffee drinks, whether you prefer classic American coffee, cappuccinos, or lattes.

Subheading 3: Hundred Years Classic

The working principle of the Moka Pot involves heating water in the lower chamber using a heat source, creating steam. The steam then rises through the coffee grounds in the filter box and extracts the essence of the coffee, finally reaching the upper pot for you to enjoy.

Subheading 4: Variety of Stoves Available

The FCUS Grecas Moka Pot features a stainless steel double bottom design, making it compatible with various stovetops, including Induction, Gas, Ceramic, Electric, and Halogen stoves.

Subheading 5: Tips for Using the Moka Pot

Take note of the following tips when using this Moka Pot:

  • Prohibited for children: The boiled Moka Pot reaches high temperatures, so please keep it away from children.
  • Avoid scalding: As the Moka Pot is hot, take precautions to avoid scalding yourself.

Conclusion

We hope this buying guide has provided you with all the necessary information to make an informed decision about purchasing the FCUS Stovetop Espresso Maker. With its exceptional design, durable stainless steel construction, and versatility on various stovetop types, this Italian classic Moka Pot is sure to enrich your coffee brewing experience. Don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions. Happy brewing!


Specification: FCUS Stovetop Espresso Maker, 12cup/600ml Grecas Coffee Maker Moka Pot, Stainless Steel Italian Classic Espresso Moka Pot, Induction Compatible

Brand

FCUS

Product Dimensions

5.25"D x 5.25"W x 10.58"H

Special Feature

Electric Stovetop Compatible, Gas Stovetop Compatible, Induction Stovetop Compatible

Coffee Maker Type

Moka Pot

Filter Type

Reusable

Style

Classic Style

Specific Uses For Product

Espresso Maker Moka Pot

Included Components

Filter, Carafe

Operation Mode

Manual

Number of Items

1

Item Weight

2.2 pounds

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

moka pot

Date First Available

April 4, 2023

13 reviews for FCUS Stovetop Espresso Maker, 12cup/600ml Grecas Coffee Maker Moka Pot, Stainless Steel Italian Classic Espresso Moka Pot, Induction Compatible

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  1. Carla

    I do not have a picture because this was a gift but I did get a great review from my Matthew that I gave it to as a gift. He loves it use it at his first housewarming party when he had coffee for everybody after the party and everybody raved about how great it was, and he was able to make coffee for everybody in one shot. The coffee was delicious it was made quickly and it tasted perfectly. Thank you Amazon and the company that made this product.

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  2. J Gill

    large coffee maker, great when serving guests

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  3. Donald Wratchford

    Cumple su función. Solo los acabados no son los mejores. Hasta ahora me ha funcionado bien.

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  4. Skeptical Tester

    We first bought the 12-cup version. It was our fourth and largest (600ml) stainless steel stovetop espresso maker. All have the unreachable crevice in the bottom of the upper section that makes them difficult to clean, so I don’t know why Amazon is even asking about that.

    The size of the 12-cup pot was great, but it was much fiddlier than the small ones (acquired separately from different brands). In particular, where the handles of our other pots are firmly fixed, this one wobbled about 2mm, making it hard to pour and making me worried that the handle would fall off. I wish the producers would consider using a fixed and stable handle as the makers of our other smaller pots have.

    Our 12-cup pot was pretty inconsistent. I don’t know if that is a feature of the size or a quirk of this brand. Some days it produced a full pot of lovely strong espresso. About 30% of the time (we had it for two weeks, so probably 5 or 6 times in 15 days) it got stuck halfway through the brewing cycle and needed a quick rinse in cold water before more coffee will brew. Rinsing with cold water (which works always on our smallest pot) worked about half the time; on the other 3 or so occasions, this large pot would not brew any more and we ended up with half a pot of nice espresso and a lot of brown water in the base; thus it was only occasionally more convenient to brew coffee in this pot than to make two pots in our 6-cup coffeemaker.

    After repeated issues, we returned the 12-cup pot and tried the 9-cup version instead. We have had it for a week now and it has produced a consistent pot of coffee every morning. The handle is attached correctly. I’m not sure why we had so many issues with the 12-cup pot and I would be interested in ordering another one to see if we acquired a fluke or if the whole batch is equally problematic.

    With both pots I noticed that the edges of the steel were very sharp, as though they had been punched out but not refined in any way. Yesterday in the process of trying to clean the 9-cup pot I accidentally touched the edge of the filter and it sliced straight through my finger. The edge of the base is also sharp enough to cut flesh, though I’ve not cut myself yet. I would recommend disassembling your pot and trying to soften or sand all exposed edges as soon as you acquire it. We have used a lot of espresso pots and the two pots from this seller are the only two on which I’ve noticed this sharpness.

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  5. NS

    Good quality !

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  6. A. MUELLER

    I’m very comfortable using moka pots.

    My last moka made great coffee, but was too small.

    This 12 cup just makes more great coffee.

    Some insights:
    – You should fill the coffee basket (I use 6 tablespoons) and tamp it lightly.
    – I also pour a tiny bit of hot water over the coffee in the basket…to bloom the coffee.
    – Brewing takes longer than claimed. Mine takes about 20 minutes.

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  7. Landys

    It only worked as I tended after I wrapped the presser valve threads in Teflon tape as it was so loose all the pressure would leak out from around it at preventing the espresso from coming out the top. Then I discovered the metal tube inside under the coffee basket was cut way to short so after your done using it half the water remains in the bottom so in reality you only get 5 espressos from it. Also when it heats up the flat bottom becomes slightly rounded so it wobbles a lot while boiling and there is significant pitting inside that appears in the cheap stainless that leaches rust into your water. Garbage

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  8. Emily Ellis

    It leaks. Handle nearly coming off. Too small coffee filter in relation to amount of water, so coffee becomes very weak. Bottom surface not even.
    There is nothing good about this product. Such waste of money.

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  9. matt

    Poor quality ,doesn’t work very well. Rough surfaces on the thread won’t seal with gasket. Wasted many cups of coffee trying.Update , after sanding edges of basket and top of threads was able to brew a big proper pot full. Works good

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  10. Izzy Lopez

    Convenience: It works well enough, and is reasonably easy to use and clean. It makes a pot of coffee very quickly (like 5-8 minutes heating up on a hot burner), but it seems unsafe to just turn it on and leave the room, so you must watch it while on the burner. It’s a decent buy, but I think I’ll usually stick to my automatic drip coffee machine for convenience since I can just turn it on in the morning before showering.

    Flavor: The coffee was just okay… It didn’t form a proper crema, it seemed weak for espresso, it got some fine grounds/sludge in the coffee, and it tasted a bit more acrid than from the drip machine — I might need to adjust my coffee grind though (I’ll keep experimenting).

    Build Quality: Regarding people saying it rusts, mine looks like it has some kind of enamel coating on the inside of the bottom piece, or maybe my hard water is actually creating a protective coating, but it doesn’t show signs of rusting so far. The top part seems to be quickly reacting with coffee to develop a greenish tinge (chromium oxide? I hope this thing is not poisoning me…). I wish the top part was made of glass/ceramic. The lip of the lid feels sharp/unpolished and I am worried it could cut my hand. So not great quality all in all.

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  11. NS

    I bought this as a present for my best friend. She loves it and it makes enough to fill her travel cup. I also gave her a can of Madaglio de Oro espresso which she also loves. She was very happy with her birthday present!

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  12. Treebop

    Most of these percolators work great, including this one- the false advertising is in the size. Even the video is deceptive, it makes exactly one 8oz cup of at a time and not one drop more.

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  13. Sam

    Handel was loose

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    FCUS Stovetop Espresso Maker, 12cup/600ml Grecas Coffee Maker Moka Pot, Stainless Steel Italian Classic Espresso Moka Pot, Induction Compatible
    FCUS Stovetop Espresso Maker, 12cup/600ml Grecas Coffee Maker Moka Pot, Stainless Steel Italian Classic Espresso Moka Pot, Induction Compatible

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