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Gaggia Evolution Semi-Automatic - Silver

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One look at the Gaggia Evolution and you’ll immediately see that the designers at Gaggia have transformed the Evolution into a streamlined work of art. This espresso machine has sleek housing, and all of the commercial quality components you would expect to see on a Gaggia, including a chrome-plated brass portafilter and a rubber-mounted 15-bar vibration pump for quiet operation.

In addition to these quality brewing components, the Gaggia Evolution has a fantastic boiler system that makes the initial heating process much quicker than other semi-automatic espresso machines. With the help of its ESE approved pod capability, you will look like a well-trained barista as you brew thick, rich espresso on this smart-looking machine.


Removable 44oz water reservoir

Chrome-plated marine brass commercial style portafilter for use with ESE coffee pods and ground coffee

Chrome-plated marine brass commercial style brew group

Turbo-Frother frothing wand

Aluminum 3.5oz boiler with two heating elements

55 watt electric pump

Three push-buttons allow for power, steaming and brewing

Passively heated cup warmer

Lightweight heat-resistant polycarbonate construction available in two-tone black and silver, and silver and chrome

1425 Watts - 110/120 Volts

13.4”H x 8.7”W x 10.6”D

15 lbs

Accessories Included:

Single/pod and double shot stainless steel filter baskets

Coffee tamper

7g measuring scoop

Product Additional Information

Brand Gaggia
Country of Origin Italy
Type Espresso Machines

Manufacturer Details

Achille Gaggia patented the first electric pump driven system in 1938 to become the Father of the Modern Espresso Machine. Like the renaissance men before him, he was an inventor driven by passion and inspiration. The company that bears the renown Gaggia name continues to dominate the home espresso machine market in Italy, the birth place of espresso.