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Airspresso bike-pump espresso machine

Posted in Home by Conner Flynn on March 10th, 2011

Are you addicted to espressos? Well, the Airspresso might be the espresso maker for you. Even if you are in the middle of nowhere and you need your espresso fix, it will help you out. With the Airspresso, a bicycle air-pump, coffee beans and some hot water you’re good to go.

This espresso machine uses air pressure instead of steam to turn your ground coffee beans and hot water into the amazing drink that you love. However it isn’t cheap at $180. Still, at least you will be prepared and never have to go without.

Mypressi portable Espresso machine

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on April 27th, 2009

Mypressi portable Espresso machineAnother gadget goes portable. This one is for a real good cause. Getting your caffeinated. The Mypressi Twist is the first truly portable espresso machine. It features a pneumatic engine that does it’s thing with the help of CO2 cartridges.

You can get up to 8 cups of freshly brewed espresso all in this little gadget. All you need to do is have the hot water and coffee ready. Coffee addicts can get the Mypressi Twist for $129 when it arrives in the states this fall.

Brunopasso pod espresso machine looks fast, stands still

Posted in Kitchen by Conner Flynn on July 6th, 2008

Brunopasso pod espresso machine looks fast, stands still
This isn’t an espresso machine that fits inside of a formula one racer, but it does look super fast with those two dials on top and the handle that looks like it could be a shifter. It was designed by Tadahito Ishibashi for Japanese retailer deviceSTYLE. The pod-espresso machine Brunopasso PD-1 sports a modular design concept that is actually inspired by the sports cars of the 60’s.

They took several automobile design elements like the gearshift-like handle made from beech wood, and the gauges. You would think that with such cool design it would be one of the most expensive espresso makers, but it’s not. It’s up there at $850, but still affordable. Make your coffee feeling like you are going about 120 mph, then shift gears and drink up, feeling like you’re going a jittery 150.