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Stovetop Espresso Maker, Moka Pot, Godmorn Italian Coffee Maker 450ml/15oz/9 cup (espresso cup=50m), Classic Cafe Percolator Maker, Stainless Steel, Suitable for Induction Cookers


  • Made of premium food grade stainless steel for corrosion resistance and easy cleaning
  • Suitable for use on stovetop and induction cookers
  • Features heat insulated ergonomic handle and easy-pour spout for convenience
  • Equipped with a safety valve to adjust pressure and ensure safety
  • Can brew 9 cups (450ml) of espresso in just five minutes
  • Comes with a permanent filter for easy brewing
  • Compact and elegant design with a polished mirror surface
  • Made by Godmorn, a reputable manufacturer from China
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Buying Guide: Godmorn Stovetop Espresso Maker


Welcome to our buying guide for the Godmorn Stovetop Espresso Maker. In this guide, we will provide you with all the information you need to know before purchasing this product. From its features to its compatibility, we’ve got you covered.

Key Features

  • Premium Stainless Steel
  • Stove & Induction Heat
  • Focus on Quality
  • Safety Valve
  • Large Capacity: 9 cups (450ml)


The Godmorn Stovetop Espresso Maker is suitable for a wide range of stoves and cooktops. It can be used on fire and induction cookers, electric furnaces, ceramic furnaces, alcohol furnaces, and gas stoves. However, please ensure that the minimum coil diameter of your induction cooker is bigger than 8.5cm to guarantee proper functionality.

Quality and Durability

Made of premium food-grade stainless steel, this espresso maker is built to last. It is corrosion resistant, rust resistant, and easy to clean. The polished mirror surface gives it an elegant and exquisite look. The heat insulated ergonomic handle and easy-pour spout ensure safe and comfortable handling.


The espresso maker is equipped with a safety valve that adjusts the pressure in the boiler to keep it at an appropriate level. This not only ensures a flavorful and mellow coffee, but also guarantees safety during operation.

Brewing Capacity

The Godmorn Stovetop Espresso Maker can brew up to 9 cups (450ml) of gourmet espresso in just five minutes. It provides quick and even heating, resulting in a strong aroma and rich taste. Please note that the standard espresso coffee cup size is 50ml.

Product Specifications

  • Brand: Godmorn
  • Color: Silver
  • Product Dimensions: 4.72″D x 5.12″W x 8.86″H
  • Special Feature: Permanent Filter
  • Coffee Maker Type: Percolator
  • Filter Type: Reusable
  • Specific Uses For Product: Coffee maker
  • Included Components: Filter
  • Operation Mode: Manual
  • Model Name: SSteel
  • Number of Items: 1
  • Item Weight: 15 ounces
  • Manufacturer: Godmorn
  • Country of Origin: China
  • Item model number: GODMORNgjdklaks178
  • Date First Available: March 12, 2019

We hope that this buying guide has provided you with all the necessary information to make an informed decision about purchasing the Godmorn Stovetop Espresso Maker. Enjoy brewing your own delicious espresso at home!

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Specification: Stovetop Espresso Maker, Moka Pot, Godmorn Italian Coffee Maker 450ml/15oz/9 cup (espresso cup=50m), Classic Cafe Percolator Maker, Stainless Steel, Suitable for Induction Cookers




Product Dimensions

4.72"D x 5.12"W x 8.86"H

Special Feature

Permanent Filter

Coffee Maker Type


Filter Type


Specific Uses For Product

Coffee maker

Included Components


Operation Mode


Model Name


Number of Items


Human Interface Input


Package Type

Standard Packaging

Unit Count

1.0 Count

Item Weight

15 ounces



Country of Origin


Item model number


Date First Available

March 12, 2019

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  1. John

    This unit is a perfect example of how a few simple design choices can make the difference between a great product and a just ok product. In this case we have just ok. The details:
    The bottom is flat when cold but as soon as it heats up it bows out so the maker rocks in a scary way and even started spinning from the steam pressure. A lower temperature setting stopped the spinning but not the convex bowing. A differently shaped bottom would not have this problem.
    Steam from the hot coffee comes out the back of the lid where you naturally put your thumb while pouring. A painful mistake you hopefully only make once.
    The metal is thin enough that knocking it over in the sink dented the rim. Easily bent back but, ok … to be treated gently.
    Screwing the two pieces together is not as smooth as it could be. It’s tempting to use the handle for leverage but I can tell that would cause damage pretty quickly. Don’t do that.

    Having said all this, the coffee is tasty. I love the large size that lets me make a full mug of good really strong coffee. For the price, this will do.

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  2. Tad

    This little expresso maker is total quality. The fit and finish are astonishing for this price. Much better than the aluminum type. Highly recomended!

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  3. Baking Gran

    I was using a smaller stove top espresso pot and was very happy with the flavor, but I wanted to be able to make more coffee at a time. It does not matter how I prep and make, this maker does not produce good coffee. It is very watery and coffee somehow keeps ending up in the bottom water chamber. I would have gladly sent it back, but no longer had the packaging.

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  4. college mom

    I used a traditional aluminum mokka pot for a year and decided to switch to stainless steel. I chose this pot because I saw a good combination of price and quality. Makes good coffee.

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  5. Merlin Blom

    This expresso coffee maker works fine; looks good. The inside border on the bottom is very sharp; use caution when rinsing and wiping it to dry. Also, a heavy vapor gets out on the base of the lid; it burns.

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  6. Ramón Telleria

    Hacer café en las mañanas con una cafetera de esta calidad, no tiene precio.

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  7. Stanley Wong

    Nice product with a reasonable price.

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  8. J. W. Dietrich

    Update: I’ve been using this just about daily for 3 months, still makes good coffee. The things I’ve noticed is

    first the lid isn’t very easy to open with the little tab, it doesn’t provide enough leverage for easy opening. While it does have a pour opening in the lid pouring out coffee isn’t a problem, only after pouring the coffee I like to open lid and rinse out the remaining coffee/grinds left behind in the top part.

    Second thing is I notice the handle is getting lose. It seems the screw isn’t tight. I never use the handle to remove top from bottom, always grab the top and bottom to loosen and remove. The only thing I’ve used the handle for is to set on stove to perk and then to pick up and pour. Likely just needs the screw tightened, maybe some lock tight on the threads would stop that in the future.

    Otherwise still makes a good 12 ounce mug of coffee. I really wouldn’t call this (or anything similar to this) an expresso maker, it’s is just like a percolator only the water passes through the grinds just once instead of many times. Which is why needs more grinds then a percolator which passes the water through the grinds many times. Like a percolator the top is open to room pressure air so this doesn’t send high pressure water through the grinds any more then a percolator does. But if just want one 12 ounce mug of coffee then this is great way to go. With just making 12 ounce mug it takes around 5 minutes to make. With normal morning routine start this going first then by or before have other kitchen morning routines done coffee is ready too. When I was making coffee with the 64 ounce percolator would be close to 30 minutes before coffee was ready. Big difference.
    Before this I had been using a percolator (Farberware 50124 Classic Stainless Steel Yosemite 8-Cup Coffee Percolator) which made very good coffee (still does) but now that I don’t need as much coffee per day this espresso maker makes coffee very similar to my old percolator, perhaps slightly stronger then my usual 6 minute perc but if I had let the percolator go for a minute or two longer likely wouldn’t be able to tell the difference.

    OK, so what it comes down to. It will make about 12 ounce of coffee per batch. Coffee flavor is depended on beans and roast used. Good beans and roast makes good coffee. Percolator used eight spoonful of grinds to make about 8 cups (64 ounces), this espresso maker uses three spoonful to make 12 ounce (1.5 cups). So it uses about twice as much grinds as the percolator per eight ounces of coffee. In both cases I just spoon in the grinds and level it out without packing the grinds down. With both I ground the beans to the same I use for the percolator (course grind). Brew time (from cold water to time ready to pour into a mug) with expresso maker is fairly quick, I didn’t time it but seems around 5 minutes. with percolator about 20 minutes (larger volume of water will take longer to bring to a boil). I would allow water to come to boil first then lower the inside parts into pot and put the top on, turned the heat down to low, after first perc appeared I had set a timer for six minutes. This kept the brew time consistent with consistent results. Yeah, a lot of work for a morning cup of coffee…

    With the espresso maker the water is pushed out of the reservoir into the top part, it will make a sputtering sound when finished so no need for a timer. Results are consistent with the grind and beans used.

    For some reason after brewing the reservoir will have a small amount of very dilute brewed coffee in the bottom, if left on the heat too long this coffee residue will become a scorched, burned in mess that would be very difficult to clean. So once it finishes brewing take it off the heat

    Like with the percolator there was some learning curve to find what I considered best flavor coffee (perk time, grind size), so I will have to experiment with grind size and if rather or not to and how packed down the grinds need to be to make for me the best tasting coffee from it.

    Some things to be aware of…
    1 – I wouldn’t consider this espresso maker as being heavy duty (is any of them?) so never use the handle to tighten or loosen the top from the bottom, likely that would eventually rip the handle off.
    2 – fill with water to below that thing that sticks out of the side of the reservoir, it’s a safety pressure release valve. If it’s covered by water it will not work correctly
    3 – After brewing it will be too hot to hold for a while so either wait to let it cool before trying to separate the halves or wear heat proof gloves when doing it. Dump the old grounds and rinse everything well and it’s ready for next time.
    4 – I’m sure there may be some other things but off hand I can’t think what… so whatever it is never do it… or is it always do it…

    For first time use I washed everything with soap, water and dish sponge to remove any oil or contaminates from the manufacturing process. Rinse well and then do a brew without grinds. When cool take it all apart and rinse well then brew your first batch of good coffee.

    Yep, first batch was a good tasting cup of coffee without much effort.

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    Debo agregar una fuerte dificultad para la devolución. No son claros los procesos que se deben seguir, eso incluye la indefinición de la empresa que. lo transportará de regreso a la empresa de origen, en calidad de devolución
    Es bonita pieza pero.nada practica para la limpieza

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  10. Amazon Customer

    Sleek, easy to clean and brews a pot of coffee in approximately 8 minutes. Always a little suspect when I get manuals in poor English with misspellings, which was the case here. That being said, I have been using it about a month now and I like it; most of all because it is a way easier and less messy to clean than any other coffee pot I have used in the past and looks good just sitting on my stove until I’m ready to use it again.

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  11. Sumit

    As described.
    Easy to clean and to make coffee
    Go for it

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  12. R. Russo

    This makes a great cup of coffee, but you need to understand that this is not six mugs of coffee. It’s 6 espresso cups

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  13. Toots

    Works great. Better than expected

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