Every machine is much more than the sum of its component parts
but it is the details and new design that make the new E71E truly unique
Imagine a machine that can meet the needs of coffee specialists, while at the same time arousing the interest of every barista. The E71E is designed for those who do not accept compromises on the coffee that they want to offer their customers and for those who do not renounce manual skills and want to interact simply and immediately with the machine.
The patented Faema GTI heating system
New steam wands
Adjustable pressure setting
New spray heads
Hot water wand
Range steam lever
A better head: the new groups
Thanks to the independent groups, the E71E can manage different coffee varieties, respecting the specific temperatures of each one for optimal extraction. Additionally, the hydraulic circuit with a GTi control system guarantees perfect management of coffee infusion times: a perfect combination for simultaneously ensuring high thermal stability and enhancement of each coffee’s sensory profile. And thanks to the ergonomic and intuitive display dedicated to each of the groups, it is even simpler to interact with the E71E.
A better hand: the new filter holders
The new, redesigned handles (in the wooden version) are designed to offer maximum ergonomics and comfort. In addition, optional new filter holders in the naked and double shot versions will be available, perfectly illustrating the evolution of the extraction method and the experience that the E71E offers baristas.
More imagination: the new wands
Redesigned to offer greater flexibility, the new wands are one of the machine’s most innovative features. Their length has been increased to allow baristas to work with larger milk jugs, while cold touch technology makes the wand grip more ergonomic and secure and facilitates cleaning after use. The articulated wands allow baristas to work in their preferred position with maximum visibility, ensuring perfect frothing every time.
Every barista can customize certain bodywork elements, such as the rear panel, the heads of the new groups and the covers of the steam taps, as well as the filter holder handles.