Quick Mill MODEL “PIPPA”

Sale price$1,199.00


  • Body in stainless steel 304, super mirror
  • Semi-professional group
  • Coffee thermostat
  • Steam thermostat
  • Safety thermostat
  • Lever switch 1-0-2, to protect the heater
  • External valve for the adjustment of the brew pressure ( look at picture number 3)
  • No burn steam/water wand In stainless steel
  • ULKA pump with klaxon
  • 16 bar gauge
  • 1,8 Lts. Water tank
  • Boiler 0,45 L
  • Heater 1000 wat
  • Weight: 11,5 Kg

Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Mike Whittingham
Quick Mill Pippa

Love this machine. Get the grind right and enjoy wonderful espresso. Heats quickly between shots and the steam wand works wonderfully.

Ed Yalung

The water overflows on the portafilter basket this is after using it for 2 months. Not sure if that’s a defect of the machine as this never happened in my lower end espresso maker

Karl Buhr
A fine mid-level machine

Replacing a Rancilio Silvia, this machine is all I expected. Its coffee isn't q-u-i-t-e as good or consistent as an E61 machine I tried temporarily, but that was twice the price. And when I remember to pre-infuse, the coffee is perfect. I like the pressure gauge and that I can get 9-10 bar, and I like the high quality finish on edges, the baskets, the portafilter. I like that I can see the reservoir's level without opening anything. I like the large cup warmer real estate, although why can't the rail be back another inch? I commend and thank EspressDolce Vancouver for the recommendation. There's only one real issue, and it's not major: the drip tray grate is not big enough!: the steam wand can't easily be directed onto it, and water coming out of the head doesn't all go into the drip tray. It hits the un-perforated part of the grate and goes on the counter. I could maybe wish for a bigger boiler too--the light comes on halfway thru a pull, so I know my temperature is not rock solid and my coffee seems to get cold quite fast--like now, writing this review!--but OTOH, the machine gets to temperature faster. A minor issue would be to offset the main power switch, so that only the pull, water and steam operating switches are in an ergonomic row for less technical operators.

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