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Product Details
Overall Rating 9.4, Based on 14 Reviews
Avg Price $1,200.00
Manufacturer Ala di Vittoria
Machine Type Semi Auto, Automatic, heat exchanger, e61 grouphead, vibe pump
Colors Steel
Class Semi / Automatic Heat Exchanger Boiler
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The La Valentina is part of the new breed of espresso machines designed for the home, while borrowing many elements from full commercial machines.

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Davi Kabouter 01.10.2011 Rating: 8.8
Bottom Line: e-61, heat exchanger what more to say.
Scott H 10.15.2010 Rating: 9.0
Bottom Line: Good looks and reliability!
Erik Daniels (quality: 9.0) 12.20.2009 Rating: 9.4
Bottom Line: This is a great all around workhorse with rugged good looks and plenty of power to handle all your espresso needs.
Jason Brandt Lewis (quality: 6.8) 12.02.2006 Rating: 8.6
Bottom Line: Solid, well-made, a delight to use, and packed well-enough to survive a cross-country trip!
Random Person (quality: 8.4) 09.28.2006 Rating: 9.8
Bottom Line: I love La Valentina Levetta like I love my car (BMW 330ix) and for similar reasons: fantastic quality, precision engineering, gorgeous good looks, and way fun to drive!
Ken O (quality: 8.4) 06.13.2006 Rating: 9.6
Bottom Line: A quality, functional, and attractive E61 machine that is well worth the money.
Amanda Kiddey (quality: 4.0) 09.04.2005 Rating: 9.0
Bottom Line: buy it!
Detlef Beyer (quality: 4.7) 08.07.2005 Rating: 9.8
Bottom Line: Best buy in the category - great espresso, perfect optics.
Jeffrey Shinn (quality: 5.3) 04.27.2005 Rating: 9.6
Bottom Line: A great machine with a few tweaks becomes the ultimate home espresso machine.
Ed Cucci (quality: 4.0) 12.31.2004 Rating: 9.4
Bottom Line: Beautiful design, commercial construction, awsome expresso. Whats not to like?
Dave Brown (quality: 7.4) 10.21.2004 Rating: 9.8
Bottom Line: There's no way to go wrong purchasing the La Valentina.  It's a super machine that's backed by outstanding service from 1st line.
Scott S (quality: 7.4) 05.09.2004 Rating: 10.0
Bottom Line: La Valentina is superb and the BEST in its class- hands down winner over ECM Giotto, Exobar, Isomac (any), Pasquini Livia, and Wega MiniNova or others at this price point!
Dan Kehn (quality: 9.6) 11.15.2003 Rating: 9.6
Bottom Line: Months later and still the same day-one impression: wow.
C F (quality: 6.8) 09.22.2003 Rating: 9.8
Bottom Line: The Italians, who are passionate about their coffee refer to the four M's when making espresso.  One M is "macchine", or machine.  Consider this one seriously when making your purchase.
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