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Unveiling the Origins of Espresso Tradition

The journey of lever operated espresso machines began in the early 20th century in Italy, where coffee culture flourished in bustling cafes and espresso bars. Seeking to simplify the art of espresso brewing, inventors introduced lever machines, revolutionizing the way coffee was made and enjoyed. These early innovations laid the foundation for modern espresso technology, shaping the course of coffee history for decades to come.

Brass nut M3

The nut on this page is a M3 nut made from brass. You will find this type of nut on variety of steam and water valves of  Astoria and Wega espresso machines. The Astoria part reference for this item is 23050 and the Wega part reference is WY23050. This brass nut has a metric female thread of M3. The nut has made according to specifications of UNI 5587 and...
€0.56

Arrarex Caravel stainless tamper European walnut

On this page you will find our tamper for the VAM Caravel and Arrarex Caravel espresso machines. This coffee tamper has a diameter of 43mm. The tamper base has been made out of stainless steel, the handle is made from wood. To be specific european walnut. So make sure that you don’t dip the handle in water. The most important thing is for which model of...
€45.99

Faema Aluminium group head

A common problem with the aluminium Faema Zodiac lever brewing group casting is that over time the back of the aluminium group can snap off. Repairing this is normally quite a difficult challenge. This casting has been used on a variety of espresso machine models made by Faema. Like the Faema President and the Faema Lambro. Seen the parts for the Zodiac...
€246.79

Faema E61 pump manometer

On this product page you will find a pump manometer suitable for the vintage Faema E61 but also for the modern Faema E61 Jubilee and the Faema E61 Legend espresso machines. The part reference for the Faema E61 Legend and Jubilee is 3781135801  This pressure gauge has a scale which goes from 0 – 16 bar of pressure. The body has a outer diameter of 52mm and...
€22.59

O ring 31,42x2,62mm FKM

The o ring on this product page can be used as a group locking seal between the Elektra Microcasa a Leva group and the boiler. The Elektra part reference is 01228035 This listed o ring has been made from the material FKM. The cord diameter of this o ring is 2,62mm and the internal diameter is 31,42mm.
€5.29

Lever piston W gasket 50x38x7.5mm

On this page you will find a piston gasket suitable for multiple espresso machine models. You can find this piston gasket on Rancilio and Faema Lever brewing groups. The outer diameter of this piston gasket is 50mm, the inner diameter is 38mm and the thickness of the gasket is 7,5mm. On Rancilio espresso machines you can use them on the Rancilio Z9,...
€3.08

La Pavoni Europiccola heating element 1000W 230V

It can happen that your old heating element for your La Pavoni Europiccola, La Pavoni Stradivari, La Pavoni Romantica or of your Gaggia 105-106 burns down or get’s a short in it. This specific model heating element gives 1000W at 240V made by the heating element manufacturer Backer. It is a full stainless steel element, so flange and the element. The...
€37.49

Arrarex Caravel: A Beacon of Innovation

Founded in the 1950s, Arrarex Caravel quickly rose to prominence with its groundbreaking lever operated espresso machines. The Caravel, the company's flagship model, combined compact design with innovative lever mechanisms, revolutionizing home espresso brewing. Loved for its simplicity and exceptional performance, the Caravel remains a beloved classic among coffee connoisseurs and collectors alike.

La Cimbali: Precision Engineering at Its Finest

La Cimbali, a stalwart in the coffee industry since 1912, is renowned for its commitment to precision engineering and superior quality. While best known for its commercial equipment, La Cimbali also produced exceptional lever operated machines. Models like the M1 showcased the brand's dedication to blending traditional lever brewing with modern technology, setting new standards for excellence in espresso craftsmanship.

Faema: Elevating Espresso to Art

Since its inception in 1945, Faema has been synonymous with innovation and sophistication in espresso machine design. While famous for its iconic E61 model, Faema also made its mark in the world of lever operated machines. These elegant devices, characterized by sleek aesthetics and precise engineering, continue to inspire coffee enthusiasts with their timeless appeal and exceptional brewing capabilities.

La Pavoni: A Testament to Italian Craftsmanship

Founded in 1905, La Pavoni holds a special place in the hearts of coffee lovers worldwide. The brand's iconic Europiccola and Professional models are beloved for their elegant designs and unparalleled performance. La Pavoni machines exemplify the artistry and tradition of Italian craftsmanship, offering a timeless charm that continues to enchant baristas and coffee aficionados to this day.

Bezzera: Pioneering Espresso Excellence

Bezzera, founded in 1901, is credited with inventing the first commercial espresso machine, laying the groundwork for modern coffee culture. Alongside its groundbreaking innovations, Bezzera also produced remarkable lever operated machines. With a legacy of over a century of innovation, Bezzera remains a trusted name in the coffee industry, revered for its commitment to quality and excellence.