The 9 Best Saeco Espresso Machines

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This wiki has been updated 17 times since it was first published in December of 2018. Saeco might not be as old as some of the other espresso maker manufacturers out there, but that doesn't mean their machines don't produce a fantastic cuppa. After just one or two sips, you'll never feel the urge to waste money at an expensive coffee shop again, since your home creations will rival the very best they have to offer. Here you can find both automatic and manual models. When users buy our independently chosen editorial selections, we may earn commissions to help fund the Wiki.

1. Xelsis Super Automatic

2. Incanto Plus

3. PicoBaristo Super

Editor's Notes

December 14, 2018:

Everybody enjoys their coffee in sightly different ways. For some, only the boldest of brews will do, while others prefer a more milder flavor. Because of this, we did our best to include as many models as possible that allow the operator to adjust the espresso strength to their personal taste. We also strived to find options to suit a range of budgets.

4. Incanto HD89

5. Primea Touch Plus

6. X-Small Vapore

7. Exprelia HD8856

8. Intellia Fully Automatic

9. Royal One Touch

Brett Dvoretz
Last updated by Brett Dvoretz

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