Thanks Simon. The same goes for the Nanopresso, which in my opinion is a far better product, the pressure and the pump mechanism is way better than the staresso. Details & Care Consistency is key in this hand-powered espresso maker that reaches up to 18 bars of pressure to deliver the perfect shot with a dense crema layer every time. If you guys are thinking about buying a Nanopresso, I would highly recommend getting the Barista Kit with it. It made respectable espresso and we were really pleased. Hi Chris, you certainly can, however, you are correct that it will be relatively small with a single shot. Then if you count how many pumps it takes to drain the rear it should be back to around 7 pumps. I’m still learning. The Naonpresso to me looks fare nicer than an Aeropress. P. S. I love watching your dog enjoying the nature. Despite the Nanopresso’s body and components being made from plastic, it somehow feels very robust and solid. The timing of this question is perfect and I might be able to help you out here regarding your issue. Has your own Nanopresso stopped creating any pressure at all yet? Hi, i’m using nanopresso, about 3 weeks, and today, Tuesday, February 13, 2018 Too fine and the Nanopresso will slow drip during the extraction,  too coarse and the flow will be excessive. If you take the body and flip it upside down and fill the back up with water (where the orange cross-shaped pin is) It should take around 6-7 pumps to empty it. Despite its small size, the Nanopresso … Have you had this happen where it took a while to fix? The manual suggests a hard tamp, this will be dependant on how fine your grind is. Bought the whole kit including the NS adaptor based on your vids. No comparison! (Amazon, because of unintended false advertising, is replacing the 1Presso Mini with an externally adjustable, $100 more expensive model. How would you say the nanopresso compares to handpresso and staresso in terms of the results? The NS adapter is a great option for simplicity, If I’m making a coffee for a friend or family member, I usually just grab a pod instead of preparing the basket. You opinion could be help me a lot in my choice. Hi, I just stumbled upon your review when looking for info on the Nanopresso, Do … If it drips, you probably need to make your grind slightly coarser otherwise it’s likely to over-extract. Funny thing is, if I wait a while, then the ‘first’ coffee is always perfect, it’s only the ‘second’. I’m working on a Nanopresso tips tricks and troubleshooting video, so hopefully, that might help you out . Many thanks. got a couple more coffees left for the day so I’ll get it fine tuned. It may be that you’re extracting too much water (A Lungo) If you’re making a single shot, try to make your drink about 30g, if it’s a double shot (with the Barista Kit) Try for around 50g. The Nanopresso requires 15% less force to pump compared to previous models (1st generation Minipresso). Congratulations. I am assuming the latter is the result of over extraction as it is taking well over 25-30 seconds to produce 50 ml for a double shot. The Cafflano Kompresso is the lightest espresso maker in this roundup and also the easiest to clean, making it ideal for backpacking. Before I begin my extraction, I just give it a little extra tighten, this usually prevents any dripping. Hope that helps. I have had it this way for the last two weeks now. (2). Grinder question? €43,90 EUR Winning bid: US $35.00 [ 18 bids] … Just wondering. I must have missed that. thanks! Thank you for the review, I subbed to your YouTube channel, the video was great. Wacaco’s Nanopresso is a popular, hand-powered, portable espresso machine for around $80. Hi Simon, I love the review and decided to get one. Each item fits together with absolute precision. Looking forward to seeing a demo of the Barista kit! It was full of flavour and detail, with good temperature and an impressive looking crema. Simon. Hi, I’m in the search for portable espresso machine, and I fell onto your reviews which are fantastic! I own a burr grinder (Breville Grinder Pro) but I still haven’t found a suitable roaster from whom to purchase my freshly roasted coffee beans. Hi Simon, I use the barista kit to make two double espressos for me and the missus. See more ideas about travel coffee maker, portable espresso, coffee travel. This is not always the case. With Wacaco, the world is your cafe. Hi Miguel, Thanks for taking the time to leave such a nice comment, I’m glad you’re liking the Nanopresso, it’s still my favourite portable espresso machine Have a great day! Drop the basket inside the Nanopresso and tighten on the portafilter. Ive had my wacaco for months now and love it, it was a god send on holiday where their idea or coffee comes from a jar. It seems possible I guess, they may be a bit smaller then normal but okay… I fancy myself an americano or cappuccino after some time. Ah ok I’ve got you. Costa for example to a pre-ground espresso that’s a little too fine for the Nanopresso. If you have a pre-ground that’s a little on the fine side and it causes the Nanopresso to choke up, you could try putting a little less grinds in and tamp a little less, then it might work just right. Thanks for all your hard work on these. The process of pumping water directly from the tap has flushed whatever was there through and it’s now back to 100%. This article discusses the portable espresso coffee machines, including Wacaco Minipresso and Nanopresso series, new Wacaco Pipamoka, its innovative twisting mechanism, key features of making coffee, price and specs, etc. The Barista kit would be ideal for those types of drinks. Apologies, I hadn’t seen Part III. Unlock it from its carrying position and … It’s been a while since I bought pre-ground but if I remember correctly the Lavazza espresso is ground just right. The Wacaco Nanopresso is certainly a bit of a wild card: a hand-powered machine resembling a souped-up Thermos probably isn’t what you had in mind when setting out to buy an at-home espresso maker. I almost always drink coffee with milk and my espressos are rather cappuccinos. Bob I became the proud owner of Nanopresso and must say this machine made an impression not only on me, but also on my friends and even on a professional Barista. Amazon.co.jp: 【正規品】WACACO(ワカコ) Nanopressoポータブルエスプレッソメーカー、Minipressoのアップグレードバージョン、手動操作、マックス(bar) 圧力18、挽いたコーヒーとの互換性、エクストラミニトラベルコーヒーメーカー (赤 Customs taxes or duties may be charged to the recipient at import. Many thanks,Roland. There is a release valve inside the system that kicks in when the pressure goes over 18 Bar, maybe this valve is opening on the second pour for some reason. From what I’ve read, a single espresso is made with 7g of coffee in 20 to 30’seconds making 30g of espresso. Try brewing with fresh coconut water. And, I imagine, removing/replacing the pressure piece. Hope that helps and have a great day . Hard to find, also hard to find reviews. The Nanopresso also cleverly comes with an Espresso cup that clips securely to the underside. I use it with the Barista kit (double shot) as the Handpresso Auto only offers a single shot and that just doesn’t seem to be enough for me. Your input is very much appreciated. My Nanopresso giveaway video has a good example of a double shot extraction. Organically fed on a zealous enthusiasm for Tech – Read More, Price updated – 20th of March 2020 at 10.00 GMT. Hi Peter, Thank you for leaving a comment. The link from your review of the use of nespresso pods, cleared it up. I know it’s a little more expensive than the Staresso, but I think it’s well worth it. Andrew. If not, then I was hoping you’d comment on this or create a video if it should ever happen to yours. If I HAVE, in fact removed the ‘gizmo’, should I just ‘lose it’ (as I MAY already have done)? Any advice you could send my way would be greatly appreciated. I’ve only recently started learning about espresso and making the perfect shot. I am really in doubt about them. Wacaco Nanopresso GR (Ground Coffee) Coffee Maker The Wacaco Nanopresso was developed of legacy of one of the most creative and innovative portable espresso machine the Minipresso. Hi Erland, Sorry, I’m not sure what you mean ‘A Little smooth stuck’ could you explain it again please and I’ll be happy to help. In exchange, may I offer a small ‘tip’? Packed with new features and capabilities, which will drastically improve the way you prepare your favorite coffee, Nanopresso is one of the best and most versatile espresso machines. The video in this article demonstrates making coffee with the Wacaco … Hope that helps. It makes espresso … If you’re a double shot guy, perhaps dial it the grind and weight with the Barista kit. The Nanopresso is a better-made product out of the two, but it’s a little more expensive to buy than the Staresso. Nespresso capsules are good, but after a good ground coffee they are already suitable only for hiking. The model reviewed comes with the portable espresso maker and a Nespresso adaptor. I know, this will sound nuts to coffee ‘ayatollahs’. You can fit 8 grams of coffee in the portafilter and up to 80 ml of water in the reservoir, giving you the ability to brew single shots. To you and yours! I am pleased to say that rather than compromising on the materials and mechanisms, Wacaco have simply reduced the functions to create a well-priced espresso maker that makes a very good coffee. The Nanopresso works best with finely ground coffee that is tamped hard. GadgetViper is a site born out of a passion for cool gadgets and technology. – Hope that helps, have a great day! (optional) Preheat all components using boiling water. Thank you for your wonderful machine! But it does match our Gaggia kitchen machine for quality of espresso and makes a double shot fine. BTW, re: the Nanopresso, can you clarify your reference to brewing with and without “pressure”, something about a small plastic bit that can be removed (which small plastic bit…?) Do you have a idea what the problem could be.With my normal espressomachine and the bialetti, the coffee is much more better. Can’t wait So far it’s been making delicious espresso every time. Price I was then asked to look at a small orange cross-shaped pin and see if there was movement. Why not do a grinder review? Any advice as I currently just get coffee all over my hands whenever I make one.. Hi Christopher, I sometimes get the same issue, It didnt happen in the single shot setup, even when the portafilter was loosly tightened. Over the last few days, I’ve been experimenting with the grind and I’ve taken it from one extreme to the other. Keith Titanium Ti3911 Review – A drip coffee maker for ultralight…, NowPresso Review – A Portable Espresso Machine that boils the water, Handpresso Auto Review – 12V Portable In-Car Espresso Machine, Handpresso Review and Demo – A Portable Espresso Coffee Maker, STARESSO Review – Award Winning Portable Espresso and Cappuccino Coffee Maker, CooCheer Mini LED Projector – A smart Android 4.4 portable projector, Soul X-TRA Review – The Best Wireless Headphones for Running. How to use the Wacaco Nanopresso, a step by step guide.https://www.wacaco.com/ I sit possible to go with larger grind, like for aeropress size or regular coffe machine? If you were to buy a regular Cappuccino in Starbucks it would be made with 16g and a large would be 21g, so the 8g basket is a little small for a regular sized milk based drink. Hi again Simon, love your videos * The my pressi twist makes amazing coffee, but you can’t fly with the gas canisters so we can’t take it on holiday, and ours is starting to leak gas pressure after many years of good service and I don’t have the patience to disassemble it and replace all the o-rings. Please let me know if this worked for you. (by using the barista kit ring). I was about to invest in an aeropress when i also saw the Nanopresso. My passion started with the Aeropress which isn’t actually an espresso machine, but it still makes a damn fine coffee. Have a great day. If you’re happy with a single shot, then the Handpresso might be a better option for you. Hi, Simon. I guess it’s not what am I doing wrong. Thanks for your reviews – you are by far my favourite you tube reviewer and I love the outdoor sessions! Do they know what they’re talking about? Do i run it under a tap and pump? I don’t want to waste my money again on an inferior product and so am wondering which you feel would work best long-term? Only took the making of one brew to be convinced,-really good! , I’m glad you’ve been enjoying my reviews and I’m sorry to hear that you had a fault with the Minipresso. Bob. HOpe that helps, have a great day – Simon. in terms of taste and quality of the espresso what would you propose? Also when i do that, not much water is coming out the other side it is very slow is that normal? The integrated espresso cup and the hard carry case make it ideal for travel or for using outdoors. Armed with this knowledge, I’m confident I can get the best out of the Nanopresso and I hope you find this review and demonstration helpful. Also, each time I have produced a shot, I have obtained a decent crema, but the shot itself has been relatively bitter. If you intend to use the Nanopresso on your travels, this case will come in super handy. The nanopresso seems to be the best portable product for expresso. Find out about the Nanopresso Portable Espresso maker, The Double Shot Barista Kit and Nespresso adapter. I’m between Handpresso Auto Portable (for the ease of boiling water together with the mini compressor and the use of ese pods it has) and the nanopresso portable. The Nanopresso … Thanks for the help Simon! Since I got the Barista kit for the Nanopresso, I haven’t used the Aeropress once. The demo is on the NS Adapter Vid (about 2:30 in) here’s a link, I use my Nanopresso without the ‘gizmo’ so don’t worry if you’ve lost it, Just pump fast for the first 10 pumps to get the pressure up, otherwise the extraction will probably start before the optimal pressure is reached. Any price and availability information displayed on Amazon at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product. I’m looking for a portable espresso machine when I found your reviews. The only pod I have had 100 percent success is with Aldi strength 10 ristretto, for some reason I can extract that with zero coffee grinds in my cup. I got a bag of Costa grinds and they were a little on the fine side. I’m a huge fan of the Nanopresso, I use it every day. After your recommendations I decided to buy one! If I were to choose one portable espresso machine out of all the ones I have it would be the Nanopresso with the Barista kit. Now… don’t get a swelled head! If you get a chance, treat yourself to the Barista kit, it makes a double-shot espresso just as good as the single. I personally favour the ESE pods over Nespresso pods for flavour but neither of them are a patch on freshly ground beans. Thanks, A few distributors selling it here in Australia . ps. Travel coffee, camping coffee, coffee on the go should not be second rate. I haven’t experienced this problem recently, even though I often make two consecutive quite often, this may be because I do a little flush of the pump under the tap between extractions. WACACO Nanopresso Portable Espresso Maker, Upgrade Version of Minipresso, 18 Bar Pressure, Extra Small Travel Coffee Maker, Manually Operated, Compatible with Ground Coffee 4.5 out of 5 … The model reviewed comes with the portable espresso maker and a Nespresso adaptor. I’d definitely try and get that time down to 30 seconds max. I’ve contacted Wacaco so I’ll see what they say. For more information read the Shipping Policy. Handpresso Auto Capsule Review – An In-Car Nespresso Coffee Machine. If you really want to persist with the Illy ground coffee you could either try adding 15g instead of 16g that might help. With Nanopresso, … Thanks, Weight may not be a huge factor for most people, but if you’re into hiking as I am, every gram counts. I am looking for something to make me good cup of coffee or espresso to have at work as our machines produces awful coffee. But with 16g filter basket (double shot), I need around 50 seconds to extract 50ml of espresso with 80ml of water. At home i brew morning coffee with my Moccamaster and sometimes i use our Nespresso machine. I hope you found this review useful, if you did, please leave a comment below or share it socially – Thanks! Well, it’s something we like, especially since there are 100 coconut trees in our front yard. Do all your shots extract in that same time range? Have a great day. This problem has happened a few times now over the last 6 months, so it’s unfortunate that you’ve encountered it within only a few week. Its capsule shape is a delight to hold and the deep knurled top and bottom provide the perfect grip when tightening and loosening the components. I’ve just ordered mine today. If yours is still pumping well, then that’s great. Also, I’ve just made a new Nanopresso video demonstrating the NS adapter, I’m just editing out some waffle, so I should have it posted later today, hopefully you’ll enjoy it. The ergonomic design was … Hi Panagiotis, Hi Simon. Any price and availability information displayed on Amazon at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product. Sorry for the slow reply. Good suggestion to tinker with grind until approaching the edge of drip-drip/bitter-slow extraction is reached. The Nanopresso comes in a good quality retail box. Water was slowly dripping out and the pump had little resistance. Awesome, I’m glad you like it, I’m still using the same Nanopresso I bought over two years ago and it’s still making great espressos have a great day! The outdoor sessions and your lab who- like all pets- reflects who we are. I have been a huge fan of the Aeropress for many years, it makes a really really good coffee. Hi Bob, I think I just replied to your comment on YouTube but here is the link to the part on my video where I remove the piece from the portafilter – https://youtu.be/GOLk1scDTcM?t=157 – Hope that helps. Travel coffee, camping coffee, coffee on the go should not be second rate. Simon. Add any compatible capsules into the outlet head. The Nanopresso is my favourite and most used portable espresso machine. I assumed it was from having some residue in the portafilter from the previous basket. Unfortunately, the espresso that came out was everytime too bitter and had a bad taste, although I tried différend grind. Having tried both versions, we feel that with this latest portable espresso maker, Wacaco has … You can’t adjust a million and one settings to crea… Espresso on the trail is a great thing. Weighing a mere 336g and just over 15 cm tall, this is the most portable espresso maker on the market. *Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. If anything, it may be working ‘too well’. Trying to get a replacement has been more trouble than it ought to be. If you’re on a budget, the Aeropress would be a good choice, but if you can afford to treat yourself to a Nanopresso with the Barista kit bundle I think that’s the better option. In the Barista Kit it says to remove the black silicon part inside the spring for best results. Analogous to the cherry taste of coffee fruit right off the tree, coconut water tends to open the bean up to a more ‘whole’, fruity flavor. A truly unique addition to your coffee toolkit! Speaking of “sweet spots”, where along this continuum to invest is a question. Weighing a mere 336g and just over 15 cm tall, this is the most portable espresso maker on the market. A review and demonstration of the Nanopresso, a portable espresso maker from Wacaco. It is exceptionally compact and lightweight and includes a nice carrying case and integrated plastic cup. Once you’ve got your grind right, it will make a great single shot and it has a really robust build quality. It seams that you really recommended the Nanopresso. You can fit 8 grams of coffee in the portafilter and up to 80 ml of water in the reservoir, giving you the ability to brew single shots. That being said, it still comes in at just 333 grams (11.7oz) on my scales. There has clearly been a substantial amount of thought given to the Nanopresso’s design. It’s happened a couple of times where I fix it by pumping it under cold water to rid any obstructions, and it gets back working. My question: can you make an americano or cappuccino with the standard version of this product? You’ll never go back to plain water! Sorry to ask the same thing you’ve been asked a couple of times, but was wondering if it’s happened to yourself where it’s taken a while to fix. Additionally, there’s also a coffee scoop and cleaning brush, they both fit neatly into the water tank. At 6.4 inches tall it’s a small enough machine to take with you on the go. However when doing the double shot, using the same grind size, to get the 60g out of espresso it takes allot more time and pumps. exc.VAT. Created for travel-hungry espresso lovers, the Wacaco Nanopresso is everything you need to take rich, balanced espresso everywhere you go. In all honesty there is no difference in the taste, unless you’ve made your grind slightly finer. If you can find one its worth trying! I’ll briefly explain the process here, as I’ve already demonstrated it on my Youtube video. Hope that helps . (The orange thing does move up and down like you said though). Due to the aforementioned, I have been using Illy’s Espresso Dark Roast Ground coffee. Simply. This could be for a couple of reasons: 1. If the extraction is a slow drip that takes over 30 seconds, it’s likely that you’ll need a slightly coarser grind. Wacaco Nanopresso Portable Espresso Maker, Upgrade Version of Minipresso, 18 Bar Pressure Hand Coffee Maker, Travel Gadgets, Manually Operated, Compatible with Ground Coffee, Perfect for Camping 4.5 out of 5 stars 759 Components that require durability, such as the filter basket, are thick and robust. If it takes too long to extract, or there’s too much water, the finished drink will have more of a bitter flavour. Now carefully tighten it to the base. Flair Signature Espresso Maker HANDCRAFT SHOTS OF ESPRESSO - The Flair is a 100% human-powered, manual espresso … All you need to do … Is this normal? There are not many portable gadgets that allow you to make a shot of espresso on demand. It extracts a nice espresso … Besides being aesthetically pleasant with its modern and slick design, This portable espresso coffee maker contains an ingenious core, the semi-automatic piston. It’s very simple to follow and printed in a total of nine languages. With Nanopresso, the power is in the machine, not in your hands. I’m so pleased it worked for you! And everyone who tasted the coffee was shocked. Hey there, anyone getting leaks around where the adaptor ring seams against the nanopresso body and the nanopresso head? Anyway, this got me hunting for a new device which lead me to this site. The Nanopresso works best with finely ground coffee that is tamped hard. Built around a newly patented pumping system, the Nanopresso is capable of reaching, with the help of your hands, a maximum of 18 bars (261 PSI) of pressure for unparalleled coffee extractions qualities. I tried it this morning in un-pressurized mode with a finer grind but I’m pretty sure I tamped it way too hard as it required a lot of force to come out, and did so in drips. Wacaco Nanopresso Portable Espresso Maker The Wacaco Nanopresso is top of our list because it has something for everyone. I’d say 80% of all the coffee I drink is extracted from a portable coffee maker. Share it with your friends so they can enjoy it too! It is delightfully easy to operate and simple to use. Thanks for the great review. I was close to buy the Handpresso because I read a lot of reviews saying that the Handpresso makes the best coffee. Hi Bob, Sounds like it’s working great for you! I aim for a consistent flow which is about half the thickness of a matchstick. The Staresso certainly is versatile, it will take a foil backed capsule without having to buy any additional component. Products shipped from multiple fulfillment centers across the world (US, EU, CN). May 8, 2019 - Explore Wacaco Portable Espresso Machi's board "Nanopresso", followed by 1881 people on Pinterest. It's an unique experience and brings smiles to everyone. The Lavazza espresso grind is fine to use I believe. I sent them an email about it, but no response yet. It includes a detailed step-by-step guide, tips for getting the best results, a troubleshooting section along with details on the cleaning process. Have a great day! You have more control over the results with the Staresso, once you’ve used it for a while, you’ll learn the perfect amount of pressure and speed to get a great espresso out, it’s like muscle memory. So sorry for the late reply, I can get a great quality coffee from both the Staresso and the Handpresso. Or do i fill the mid section with a bit of water (the section where the orange cross is) and pump the water through? Thanks so much . Hi, simon, I ended up with separating all the pieces part of my nanopresso, and it works well, “alittle smooth stuck” just like when I press the pump, feels just like it bounce not smooth, sorry my english terrible, I’m glad you resolved the problem, hopefully it works good for you now , Wow Another top review Simon. Keep an eye out for it in the next few weeks on the YouTube channel. Hi Mark, The first thing I’d have suggested would be to adjust the grind and tamp, but as you’ve already done that then I’d suggest dropping the weight down a little. Sorry for the slow reply, it sounds to me like it’s being over extracted. Many thanks, Simon. My extraction takes around 25-27 seconds. Hope that helps. For whatever reason, checking that the orange cross-thingy got “pushed out” by about 1 mm while pumping water (without the portafilter or tank) did the trick. It’s what am I doing right- in as much as the expected fiddling with grind, tamping, quantity, etc seems unnecessary. Nice of them.). thinking if it is worth experimenting around, sometimes for conveniance (at work) one could take regular coffee(for filter coffe) with the barista adapter to make a cup of regular coffe? We are beginning work as coffee roasters and want a device we can use during demonstrations, so it is not important to have the “lightest”. Twist the pump anti-clockwise to release it from the chamber. The user manual is extremely well illustrated. The Staresso sort of suggests that you can use the pumping piston to also froth the milk, but in my experience, it’s not effective and I wouldn’t recommend using it for that purpose. Many thanks. Simon, Vous prévoyiez de partir en randonnée, en camping ou de séjourner dans un hôtel. What am I doing wrong to keep getting coffee burst in the cup? Very high praise indeed for the Nanopresso. 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