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Mixpresso 9 Cup Coffee Maker Stovetop Espresso Coffee Maker, Moka Coffee Pot with Coffee Percolator Design, Stainless Steel Stovetop Espresso Maker, Italian Coffee Maker

Original price was: $17.99.Current price is: $12.99.

  • Stovetop espresso maker
  • Easy to use
  • Made from heavy-duty stainless steel
  • Black plastic handle
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Permanent coffee filter included
  • 1-year warranty policy
  • Gas stovetop compatible
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Buying Guide: Mixpresso 9 Cup Stovetop Espresso Coffee Maker

Introduction

Are you in search of an authentic Italian coffee maker that can brew a rich and aromatic cup of espresso right in your own kitchen? Look no further than the Mixpresso 9 Cup Stovetop Espresso Coffee Maker. This Moka coffee pot with a coffee percolator design is made of durable stainless steel and offers a manual operation mode, allowing you to control the brewing process to your preferences. In this buying guide, we will help you understand the key features and considerations when selecting this Italian coffee maker.

Key Features

Stove Top Espresso Maker

The Mixpresso 9 Cup Coffee Maker is designed to be used on a stovetop, delivering fuller and richer coffee with a real Italian espresso taste. The entire brewing process is quick and simple, allowing you to enjoy a hot cup of espresso in just minutes.

Heavy-Duty Stainless Steel

This espresso maker is constructed with heavy-duty stainless steel, ensuring durability and a non-reactive interior. You can use it on various heat sources, including gas, ceramic, or electric stoves.

Easy to Clean and Maintain

The Mixpresso Stovetop Espresso Coffee Maker is 100% dishwasher safe, making it convenient to clean. It also features a permanent coffee filter, eliminating the need to purchase paper filters.

Design and Safety

The espresso maker comes with a sturdy black plastic handle for safe handling. However, please remember not to put the stove top coffee maker over direct heat. Follow the instructions provided to ensure safety and optimal usage.

Customer Support and Warranty

Mixpresso offers top-grade quality products and excellent customer service. When you purchase the Mixpresso 9 Cup Stovetop Espresso Coffee Maker, you also receive a 1-year no questions asked warranty, providing you with peace of mind and support for your purchase.

Specifications

  • Brand: Mixpresso
  • Color: Stainless steel
  • Product Dimensions: 4.5″D x 4.5″W x 8.5″H
  • Special Feature: Gas Stovetop Compatible
  • Coffee Maker Type: Percolator
  • Filter Type: Paper
  • Style: Classic
  • Specific Uses For Product: Coffee maker
  • Exterior Finish: Metallic
  • Included Components: Filter
  • Operation Mode: Manual
  • Model Name: Stainless Steel Moka pot 9 cup
  • Number of Items: 1
  • Human Interface Input: Buttons
  • Package Type: Standard Packaging
  • Unit Count: 9.00 Cups
  • Item Weight: 5 ounces
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Item model number: 8541895235
  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: No
  • Date First Available: February 13, 2017
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Specification: Mixpresso 9 Cup Coffee Maker Stovetop Espresso Coffee Maker, Moka Coffee Pot with Coffee Percolator Design, Stainless Steel Stovetop Espresso Maker, Italian Coffee Maker

Brand

Mixpresso

Color

Product Dimensions

4.5"D x 4.5"W x 8.5"H

Special Feature

Gas Stovetop Compatible

Coffee Maker Type

Percolator

Filter Type

Paper

Style

Classic

Specific Uses For Product

Coffee maker

Exterior Finish

Metallic

Included Components

Filter

Operation Mode

Manual

Model Name

Stainless Steel Moka pot 9 cup

Number of Items

1

Human Interface Input

Buttons

Package Type

Standard Packaging

Unit Count

9.00 Cups

Item Weight

5 ounces

Country of Origin

China

Item model number

8541895235

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer

No

Date First Available

February 13, 2017

11 reviews for Mixpresso 9 Cup Coffee Maker Stovetop Espresso Coffee Maker, Moka Coffee Pot with Coffee Percolator Design, Stainless Steel Stovetop Espresso Maker, Italian Coffee Maker

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  1. Carmen

    Very good product and price too

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  2. Chimeric

    CONS:
    Upper chamber difficult to clean
    Learning curve to screwing/unscrewing top from bottom (tips below)
    Have to heat at lower temperatures. I use Medium Low
    NOT STAINLESS STEEL! If this is important to you, this will not work with your induction stovetop. Magnets will not stick to this product which is incorrectly labeled as Stainless Steel. After some weeks of use and careful thought, I dropped the stars down to three, which I thought reflected my dissatisfaction with the company lying about the materials it’s made from and my fear of exactly WHAT? is it made from? Which, given that it was made in China, with their product safety track record (dismal) I do really worry a lot about.
    PROS:
    I think this pot makes a little more coffee than the same sized aluminum ones. I got the 9 cup option and had to add a little extra coffee when I filled the lower chamber up to the release valve, but I’m all for more coffee
    Even though I have to heat it at lower temperatures to keep the base from becoming discolored (apparently. I haven’t experienced this myself, but I took note of some of the other low star reviews), it seems to heat as fast or faster than the aluminum ones I’ve always used before on high heat.
    Pours cleanly without dripping.
    CAUTIONS:
    As I noted above, you’re probably better off heating this at a lower temperature: Medium or lower. It is very important with ALL moka pots not to use the handle when screwing/unscrewing the base from the upper chamber as ALL the pots’ handles are weak spots. I gather this unit more than most, though since I already didn’t do that, I don’t expect any problems on that front. The most difficult thing about the pot is the learning curve when screwing/unscrewing the base to the upper chamber. I don’t know if they’re all the same, but there’s a ‘sweet spot’ where you line up the spout with the release valve where it sits perfectly on the threads of the lower chamber and screws right on, no problem. I just about tore my hair out trying to figure that one out. Also, it’s not necessary to overly tighten this unit as it was with my aluminum ones. Doing so will make it all that much harder to unscrew without using the handle, and it’s unnecessary. Even though the filter and ring on the bottom side of the upper chamber fell out the first time, I suppose it eventually expanded to fill the gaps very quickly, and it doesn’t leak. Just tighten the two halves together until you meet resistance and stop. I don’t know if the ‘sweet spot’ on your pot will be in the same place, I’d suggest paying attention to where the spout is in relation to the steam release valve on the bottom before you unscrew it the first time and try placing it back in just that same configuration when you’re ready to put it back together.

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  3. JRG

    This is a pretty standard product and you can see them all over Amazon. Frankly, at this level they’re all pretty much the same just with different brand names. I purchased this to send to my brother in another state (yes, mostly so I can use it when I visit), and I was actually surprised that it was as good a quality as it turned out to be.

    I have a few moka makers in both steel and aluminum which I use for different things (an aluminum 12-cup Bialetti for guests/dinner parties, a stainless electric 6-cup for just daily use and a small 4-cup electric that’s easy to pack for busniness trips. The stainless models often seem to have smaller coffee baskets/filters compared to the aluminum, so will generally make coffee not quite as strong. This one’s is bigger than many I’ve seen, and the coffee/water ratio is decent. It’s well-constructed, and I had no problem with leaks once I used it a couple of times to get the gasket better settled and tightened properly.

    These kinds of makers should be used with medium to lower heat (which might explain why some reviewers had problems with bowing of the water chamber or quick discoloration), and it takes about 5-10 minutes to finish. Since the body is smooth/round without the multi-angle sides of the aluminum models, it is a little harder to grab hold of the two parts to unscrew and the temptation is to use the handle to help, but as some reviewers noted this is a good way to break off the handle. If you grip the top portion with one hand under the handle (like in the second picture posted), it should provide enough extra leverage to more easily twist the two pieces apart without too much strain on the handle.

    Mine is the 9-cup model, which makes about 15 ounces and fills my smallish thermos with just enough room for a little cream if I want. The coffee it makes is actually pretty good, if just a little bit weaker than my old Bialetti. I’ve made Cuban coffee with it, and it was perfectly fine. I’m happy with it (especially at the price) and think most will be too as long as they remember it’s just an inexpensive coffee maker, not a family heirloom meant to be passed down from generation to generation.

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  4. Fred

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     The water from the bottom chamber doesn’t bubble up through the spout in a good glow as seen in many videos. After about 15 minutes of heating on medium flame it comes out in little spurts. I keep waiting while I smell burnt coffee as the little spurts come out slower and slower until I’m sure the coffee is completely burnt and the top vessel still isn’t even half full. I HATE this moka pot and will probably give up on moka pots completely because of this product.
    0/10. I do NOT recommend.
    PS. I’ve tried heating the water first and it still doesn’t work.

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  5. S

    Se mancha la parte de abajo y no se le quita fácilmente se ve mal

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  6. Arun V.

    Works well, flavour depends on the coffee you use.
    It doesn’t make 9 servings (I have real espresso demitasse cups) Maybe four or five

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  7. Yeimy

    Muy buena

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  8. Dolores Adolf

    Espresso coffee made in four to five minutes on gas stove.

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  9. JRG

    Works great. Makes a great perked coffee with very little grounds. I am using it to make coffee not espresso so it took a little experimenting to get strength right.

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  10. Ragunathan Perumall

    It makes good coffee. The problem is the ring that seals needs to be a larger diameter. The ring seal does not keep the filter plate in place when dismantling and assembling. Sometimes the unit does not seal properly and leaks even when screwed tight. Again the seal is the problem.

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  11. Danny Thomas

    I’ve got a Bialetti, which is much smaller so thought I’d try this one which can make multiple cups. Oddly enough, it seems to work fine but there’s a pressure leak on the other side of the vent, along the base and top section. It’ll randomly spray out a tiny bit of water while it’s building pressure.

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    Mixpresso 9 Cup Coffee Maker Stovetop Espresso Coffee Maker, Moka Coffee Pot with Coffee Percolator Design, Stainless Steel Stovetop Espresso Maker, Italian Coffee Maker
    Mixpresso 9 Cup Coffee Maker Stovetop Espresso Coffee Maker, Moka Coffee Pot with Coffee Percolator Design, Stainless Steel Stovetop Espresso Maker, Italian Coffee Maker

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