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Gaggia Carezza De Luxe Espresso Machine, 47oz, Silver   Import  Single ASIN  Import  Multiple ASIN ×Product customization

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Brand Gaggia
Capacity 2.9 Pounds
Color Silver
Product Dimensions 8.3″D x 11″W x 11.8″H
Special Feature Water Filter

  • Note: 1)Too coarse a grind, too little coffee, or insufficiently tamping the grounds before brewing can all lead to inadequate pressure for a proper brew. 2)It is important to note that the amount of espresso extracted will vary depending on the grind size and amount and reprogramming may be needed when the size and amount are adjusted
  • FROTHING FOR MILK BEVERAGES: Pannarello wand frothing for cappuccinos & lattes. Wand doubles as a hot water dispenser for Americanos & tea
  • Brewing features: pressurized porta filter brews both ground Coffee and ESE pods. Pre-infusion function pre-wets grounds before brewing for rich, even extraction
  • AUTOMATIC POWER DOWN: The Carezze will power down after 9 minutes of inactivity to save energy
  • FRONT LOADED WATER RESERVOIR: Features a 47oz capacity and pulls out from the front of the machine, water level is visible, and the reservoir is compatible with the Mavea Inteza water filter system
  • 1 year warranty: hassle free 1 year warranty handled by Gaggia directly


Home espresso simplified! The Gaggia Carezza makes it easier than ever to prepare crema rich espresso with ease. The innovative Crema Perfetta porta filter has a double walled design and can be used to brew ESE pods or ground espresso. The Pannarello steam wand or turbo frother makes perfect milk foam for cappuccinos effortlessly.

From the manufacturer

Gaggia Carezza De Luxe

Gaggia Carezza De Luxe

Gaggia, Gaggia Milano

About Gaggia

With humble beginnings as a cafe owner in Milan, Achille Gaggia’s ingenuity and passion for coffee inspired him to invent a new way to brew espresso without the use of steam. That vision led to the creation of the Lampo device which produced the characteristic crema which has since become the hallmark of quality espresso.

Gaggia Carezza De Luxe

Home Espresso Machine

The Gaggia Carezza is a compact semi-automatic espresso and coffee machine with a retro aesthetic. A simple button setup, a pressurised portafilter, and an auto-frothing pannarello wand, take guesswork out of making a good espresso, latte, or cappuccino. Brew your favorite pre-ground coffees and ESE pods for a delicious drink without the hassle of grinding your own beans. Remove the Pannarello wand and use the stainless steel wand underneath to create tighter microfoam and latte art.

  • Automatic Shut-Off
  • Rapid Heating
  • Auto Frothing Wand

Retro Style

Crema Perfetta Portafilter

Double Basket


Retro Style

A classic, pristine looking machine to match your espresso.

Crema Perfetta Portafilter

Unique portafilter is designed to brew when pressure reaches the industry standard brew pressure of 9 bar. Makes it easy to get a thick crema on any coffee.

Double Basket

Holds 18 grams of ground coffee in comparison to 12 grams for a richer, fuller drink.


Soaks grounds evenly before brewing for full bodied extraction.

Heating Time

Cup Warmer

Auto Shut Off

Pannarello Wand

Heating Time

Gaggia Carezza is at brewing temperatures in approximately one minute.

Cup Warmer

A heated metallic plate on top of the Carezza keeps your cups warm, which keeps your coffee nice and hot for a longer time.

Auto Shut Off

In just nine minutes, the Gaggia Carezza will go into an idle mode to save energy, but will heat up again quickly with the push of a button.

Pannarello Wand

An auto-frothing Pannarello Wand attachment makes lattes and cappuccinos nice and velvety, and can be removed for more manual control and creamy microfoam for Latte art.

Specification: Gaggia Carezza De Luxe Espresso Machine, 47oz, Silver   Import  Single ASIN  Import  Multiple ASIN ×Product customization




2.9 Pounds


Special Feature

‎Water Filter

Coffee Maker Type

Espresso Machine



Filter Type



Specific Uses For Product

Espresso Machine

Included Components

Espresso Machine Portafilter Filter Baskets Scoop


1425 watts


‎230 Volts

Model Name

Carezza De LUXE

Number of Items


Human Interface Input


Package Type

Standard Packaging

Product Dimensions

11 x 8.3 x 11.8 inches, 8.3D x 11W x 11.8H

Item Weight

13.2 Pounds



Country of Origin


Item model number


Date First Available

October 9 2017


Weight 13.2 kg
Dimensions 8.3 × 11 × 11.8 cm

10 reviews for Gaggia Carezza De Luxe Espresso Machine, 47oz, Silver   Import  Single ASIN  Import  Multiple ASIN ×Product customization

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  1. Holly K

    Great entry level machine for enthusiastsI got this machine because I am a Barista and wanted to have my own machine at home on days I don’t work. I will be completely honest. No, this does not match the flavor that I get from the $10,000 machine at work (cafés). But it is a super fun little machine that works well if you spend some time trying to use it. The milk wand is honestly great. I’ve made delicious milk numerous times on this and would give that 5 out of 5 stars (just don’t forget to take the panarello steam piece off to clean it each time). The water reservoir is great, and the drip tray is also great. I love how it can be taken apart and every aspect of the tray can be cleaned. Now onto the actual espresso. Because it is a pressurized machine, you don’t need a tamp it will do that for you. It’s not very hard to use at all , you just put in espresso grounds to the top, insert it twisted to the far left, and move it all the way to the right, then let go and it should be around the middle. *My one big complaint is that this machine is limited in the portafilter you can use, because this one is plastic and I’d rather have a higher quality one* Onto the shots. This is definitely a learning game so make sure you don’t put in your fancy pants Hawaiian espresso first haha. I picked some up at a grocery store because I didn’t want to buy a grinder yet and most of them have one. The shots don’t pour amazingly. One side is weak while the other is fine so I’m still working on getting it to be more even. Remember, you need to click the shot button again to stop it the second the shot blonds (because that means it’s just water running through and will water down the shot) This was extremely lengthy but I hope I help someone in the future who is looking to buy a great espresso machine from a real Italian company (+all of the manuals are online for it too!!) feel free to ask me any questions.

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  2. Michael L Goldberg

    Not the machine I’d hoped for.I have had espresso machines for almost 30 years and drink mostly “lungo” (~90ml or about 3 shots from a filled double shot portafilter). Overall I am disappointed with this machine. I compare this machine to the least expensive espresso machine I’ve owned, a Starbucks “Barista” aka Saeco Via Vapora; that was a much better machine (it lasted 7 years) and I wish I could still buy them. The Saeco was as consistent and as well behaved and reliable as an old restaurant machine I’d had before that. The Saeco had the same automatic portafilter which I personally really like (I know the snobs say these don’t work as well as proper grind and tamp) – take my word for it, it does and it is MUCH easier and more consistent than assuring the correct grind, the right measure of grounds, and a good 30 pound tamp every time; just measure and go!The CONS:This machine is so light you have to hold the machine to insert or remove the portafilter. The portafilter is almost identical to the Saeco but doesn’t work as well; with the stock filter the first two shots give very poor crema (this is probably temperature related since later shots are better). The water tank won’t hold enough water for my wife and I to make espresso for a day and it uses a lot of water for the rinse and a blank shot to get the portafilter hot enough. Another annoyance is you have to remove the drip tray every time you need to fill the water. The automatic off is nice in one way but cumbersome in that I can’t run the machine from a timer. Because I can’t run it from a timer and it shuts off, the cup warmer feature is useless and the portafilter is not hot enough for the first two espresso draws. It uses a “Rinse” feature to preheat the portafilter which helps to compensate for this but that only works the first shot and doesn’t get the filter hot enough. This means our first shots are not as hot as we like and the crema is not as good. This becomes a real pain as we make two then go back 45 minutes later to make two more (one for each of us) and go through this all over again usually for three cups each. The lights and bells are cute but don’t make the machine work any better. The instructions are poor especially for how to use the water tank and the rinse.The Pros:I like to machines appearance. The machine heats very quickly. The removable water tank – once you figure it out – is nice and easy to fill (which is a must because you do it a lot). If you are into cappuccino or latte’ the steamer is fast, powerful and adequate to make a lot of steamed’ milk.

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  3. David

    Amazing coffee, lots of bad engineeringI’m giving this machine five stars even though it has a lot of big problems. The reason I’m giving it five stars though is that it simply makes the best coffee I’ve ever been able to make — and better than most of the coffee I’ve ever had anywhere.Tip: Yes this automatically runs hot water every time you turn it on (in order to warm up the internal parts). But you can disable that permanently or on the fly. To disable it temporarily, turn it on and press the third button from the left so that the light turns off. Press that button again before you turn the machine off. To disable it permanently, don’t press the button a second time.The pros:1. It makes the best coffee I’ve ever made (once I figured out its quirks).2. It can handle the absolute finest grind with no problem, unlike any other home espresso maker I’ve used (Breville and others).3. There is zero leakage. The other home espresso makers I’ve had have all consistently left puddles on the counter. (Electrocution anybody?) This doesn’t leak at all.4. For a home espresso maker, it’s fairly quiet. And the glasses you keep on the warmer won’t rattle all that much. I think that’s because although there’s a lot of plastic, this has a nice heft to it.5. It looks nice on the counter.6. The top cup warmer is large enough to hold four double-wall shot glasses comfortably.The cons:1. The pump is not self-priming. This means any time you run out of water, you will get vapor lock, and you’ll need to re-prime the pump manually. This includes the very first time you use the machine. Priming the pump is tricky, and doing it right the first time is largely a matter of luck. You turn the machine on, then open the hot water valve (push the fourth button from the left, then open the steam wand dial). As that water starts flowing, push the second button from the left to pour hot water through the group head. If you get an error light, unplug the machine then start over.2. Related to that, the water tank is tiny. You’re going to run out of water. And then you’re going to have to re-prime the pump. Also unless you place this in great lighting, it’s very difficult to see the water level.3. To get a good cup of coffee with a nice crema, you need to get the portafilter in at just the right tightness. Too tight or too loose, and it’s wrecked. (The handle should be a few degrees to the right of center, at least on my particular machine.)4. That automatically centering handle does not automatically center. It flings back after you tighten the portafilter, but where it ends up depends on how much you tightened it. So what’s the point? Just extra moving parts to break eventually.5. According to the infomercials I mean reviews of this product I viewed before buying it, you can use any coffee, and you don’t need to tamp. That is wildly inaccurate. Use a very fine grind. Tamp lightly. That will get you the best result.6. There will be a lot of grease in the portafilter and basket when this arrives. You’ll want to wash that out and run hot water through it to get rid of it.7. As others have noted, the instructions are useless. Philips is the owner of this company. You can get limited info from their site. There are third-party sites that have better info for whatever question you have.8. De-scaling is a little annoying. The instructions aren’t clear on some points. Good luck. Oh by the way, that’s what the flashing yellow light next to the explanation point symbol means: Time to de-scale. Not that you would be able to know this from looking in the manual.9. Finally, you’re going to have to play with this a while before you get it to make the coffee you desire consistently. When I first got this machine, I was getting maybe one in three cups with a decent crema. The rest were flat. Playing with the grind, the seal, the tamping, the amount of coffee used and making sure there were no grounds on or near the lip of the basket got me the results I’m now consistently achieving.

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  4. Jack Howarth

    18g capacity is questionableThe only issue that I’ve had with the machine so far is that the claimed 18g basket capacity seems dubious. Using a coffee scale, I’ve found that typical pre-ground espresso coffee only allows 14g in the basket after tamping. Using whole beans and a burr grinder raises this to 16g. One would have to grind the coffee excessively fine to squeeze 18g into the basket.

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  5. Charles S

    Makes great espressoEverything works pretty well and the espresso is good. The only thing I don’t really like is it takes sometime to cooldown after Steaming the milk to make the espresso. Overall it’s a good espresso maker.

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  6. MikeyD

    Good MachineIt works well. It’s the low-end Gaggia and I’m sure I’d be happier with a $600 or more model, but that’s not in our budget. I had to fiddle with the portafilter a little – it was rather hard to seat and unseat. I finally took out the little spring and nylon stuff in the filter and just use it as a straight filter – I use the ESE pods. It works better, in my opinion. You get a little more crema with all that contraption in the filter, but it seems a bit much to me. I still get crema with a lot less screwing around and it’s easier to keep clean.

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  7. Ray H

    Don’t purchase this Brand!!!This machine has been a total disaster! I purchased it back in May of 2022 and got maybe 4 months of use out of it and it has stopped working properly. I have been through the descaling twice and it just stopped doing anything other than light up! I started the warranty process via Email and it then directed me to a phone number which no body seems yo ever answer. Its been over a month of trying to resolve this and nothing. They even recommend ed i get a different model in the Email ….Hmmmm! I would highly recommend checking out a different Brand. Very disappointed in this product reliability and the Customer Service from the Vendor.

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  8. Nd

    Great quality and easy to useQuite impressive. Easy instructions. Makes great coffee with a bit of experimentation.Love the look and quality.

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  9. Brian

    Words can’t describeWell I will just come out and say it. I absolutely love! This machine:] the taste 👌 wow! How easy it is to use. . It absolutely perfect and it looks stunning on my counter top! When I come into my kitchen it makes my heart skip a beat knowing I’m about to have some truly amazing espresso. And I don’t have to go to some over commercialized establishment to have some grumpy workers serve me a cup of overpriced trash with a dash of hate on top, I truly dislike going out for coffee because of this. So this beautiful machine really helps me not deal with that aspect of the morning. And it will help you start your day off correctly aswell. I highly recommend this . Its a game changer!

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  10. Florence Celano

    great value for the priceI bought this machine to replace an automatic expresso maker which died after 2 years. I am not a beginner barrista but this machine is easy to use and makes great coffee. The initial set up is relatively easy in spite of the instructions. The user guise is the only drawback to this machine. It is very poorly written and does not explain the purpose of priming the machine. Once you get past that the machine works so well and the coffee is so good that I don’t know why I spent an extra $700 for an automatic expresso machine. The expresso is excellent and has a nice crema. The pannerello wand is the same that I had on my expensive model. It froths milk very well and is easy to use. The only difference is that I have to push a button to stop the coffee dispensing when my cup is full and that I have to grind my own coffee. I have purchased a MAVEA water filter and I recommend you use this to extend the life of your machine.The only caveat is to remember to fill the water tank after each use as it will only brew the equivalent of 2 cappuccinos at a time without needing to be re-filled. I have only had this machine for a short time but use it every day…we will see how the longevity on the product is but so far extremely pleased with the purchase and recommend to all.

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