Saeco Espresso Machine

Swiss Innovation Meets Italian Style

Anyone who is shopping for an espresso machine most likely hears the name Saeco. The company was began in Italy in 1981 and was founded by Sergio Zapella and Arthur Schmed. The goal of the company has always been innovation when it comes to building espresso makers. In 1985 they released the first fully automatic espresso machine to ever hit the market. The company now has 15 subsidiaries throughout Europe, the United States, Australia, Asia and Latin America and sells espresso machines and accessories to over 60 countries throughout the world.

Saeco offers a range of different super automatic espresso machines. These machines do everything for you: grind the coffee, dose it, tamp it, brew it and discard the spent grounds into an internal dump box. Making espresso can't be more convenient than that. Well, let's have a look at what a typical Saeco espresso machine has to offer.

Features common to all models

All super automatic Saeco espresso machines come with the following features:

Other features

Most of the Saeco espresso machines come with: Some of the higher end models also feature:

Having some idea about the various available features will hopefully make it easier for you to choose the best Saeco espresso machine for your needs.

Here is a closer look at some of the individual models:
Saeco Villa and Saeco Odea - two entry level super automatic Saeco machines.

Further Reading

Saeco Espresso Machines: Semi-Automatic Models