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Home Fully Automatic Coffee Machines

Posted By: colet

Date: Wed, 20 Jul 2022

Price: $1,000.00

Mobile: +13586632646

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Colet has rich fully automatic coffee machine for home or small office use, which covers a high-level one-touch cappuccino coffee machine, and an original automatic espresso machine at a lower price.


Colet factory manufactures 5 models of one touch cappuccino machine, fit with buyers with a different budget on the purchase of automatic cappuccino machines. They are designed with a touch screen, double boiler system, and automatic cappuccino system which is easy to be taken away from the coffee machine and flush by water directly. The model S7-2 with full stainless steel housing with a unique cappuccino system is the highest level product for higher budgets.


In order to meet with more home baristas who have a limited budget for the full auto coffee machine or bean to cup coffee machine with automatic milk frother, Colet also designed 3 models as low price bean to cup espresso machine for promotion sales channels like supermarket, Amazon sales. They are fully automatic coffee machines with cheap prices, enable more bean to cup coffee fans affordable for a full auto espresso machine, and with full bean to cup and milk foam functions, high-quality components on the other hand. Colet also provided an additional optional steam wand as a milk frother for Q007Rs, in order to meet bean to cup coffee fans who also have demand on cappuccino and latte.


As one of the industrial coffee machines suppliers, we provide automatic bean to cup coffee machine, office bean to cup coffee machine, fully automatic coffee and etc. Want to know industrial espresso machine price, or more? Please contact us.



https://www.colet-coffeemachines.com/products/home-fully-automatic-coffee-machines/




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