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The Rancilio Silvia V6 Coffee Machine is undoubtedly the world’s most popular budget compact espresso machine. Featuring pro-level equipment like a commercial-grade brass group head 58mm portafilter and tamper, this is a machine that’s had plenty of experience on the benches within homes around the world. This understanding of what a quality machine is to the end consumer, Rancilio knows better than most.
Upgrades to a Legendary Budget Espresso Machine
Rancilio have added further protection to the entire frame and steam wand moving way from painted iron and brass to a more resilient stainless steel construction.With a 300ml Brass boiler, offering an unusual level of thermal ability it’s ample power for a light-medium home use. The boiler is backed up by a 2L water tank that keeps you from frequently having to refill between coffees.
The 3-way solenoid valve, which makes cleaning out the portafilter a breeze, is the same one they put in commercial machines, completely cutting off the water supply post-brewing eliminating those extra drips.Three thermostats offer an extra layer of protection by continuously monitoring the espresso, steam, and boiler temperatures—dramatically reducing the risk of overheating.
Pulling Shots With The Rancilio Silvia V6
The machine features an angled commercial grade 58mm portafilter and tamper, the same one’s you’d find used in cafes, so you can learn exactly what it feels like to pull shots as a barista. The 8g and 16g baskets enable you to choose between pulling single and standard double shots.
The easy rocker switches on the front of the machine offer simple, reliable control over your shot, hot water and steam, making it great not only for prosumers, but for beginners as well. And since the steam wand swivels flexibly, steaming milk feels natural, no matter where you place the machine.
‘E’ And ‘M’ Models
The Rancilio Silvia V6 comes in two models. The ‘E’ machine features an auto cut off function that turns off the boiler after 30 minutes of inactivity, making it great for people who like to pull a few shots and then call it quits. The ‘M’ model requires you to manually turn off the boiler, which may be better if you like to make espresso periodically throughout the day.
The machine comes in two colors: full stainless steel and a matte black upper portion. But no matter which model / color you choose, you’ll know you’re getting one of the most respected and long-lasting home espresso machines on the market.
RANCILIO SILVIA V6 COFFEE MACHINE FEATURES
The Legendary Budget Espresso Machine — Beloved for years as one of the best home espresso machines that blend pro-level quality with a budget-friendly price.
Commercial Group Head — Fits the same 58mm portafilter you’d expect from a commercial-grade machine.
300ml Brass Boiler — Just large enough for most homes, and small enough to keep the machine kitchen-friendly.
Removable Components – Keep the Silvia clean and serviced with removable Water Reservoir, Cup tray and Drip Tray.
3-Way Solenoid Valve — Cuts off the boiler entirely for no post-brew dripping.
2L Water Tank — The perfect size for most homes.
Swivel Steam Wand — Flexible and powerful enough for cafe-quality microfoam. Now Stainless Steel for extra protection.
Passive Cup Warmer — Keeps your cups warm and ready for espresso.
Auto-Off Function Optional — The ‘E’ model features an auto-off function that turns off the boiler after 30 minutes of inactivity. The ‘M’ model must be turned off manually.
Long-Lasting Construction — Built with commercial-grade parts you won’t find in similarly-priced machines.
THIS PRODUCT INCLUDES:
- 1 x Rancilio Silvia V6 Coffee Machine
- 1 x Professional 58mm Dual Spout Portafilter
- 1 x 16g Basket
- 1 x 8g Basket
- 1 x Metal 58mm Tamper
- 1 x Spoon
- 1 x Instructional Booklet
|Boiler||Single Brass, 300ml|
|Dimensions||235 x 290 x 340 mm (WxDxH)|
|Option||Cut off switch, No switch, black, stainless steel|
- M (no cut off switch)
- E (cut off switch)
- Stainless Steel
See the review of the Rancilio Silvia V6 E from Josh at Alternative Brewing below: