Robot Manual

Please find the complete manual of Cafelat Robot - Manual Espresso Maker. Cafelat does not provide a paper-based manual so please download the manual here or via the QR code on the packaging box.

Introduction to Cafelat Robot

Introduction to Cafelat Robot

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Safety and SGS Reports

Safety and SGS Reports

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  • How to use

    How to use

    1. Put the professional or pressurised basket into the portafilter. If you are using pressurised basket, press the portafilter spouts with the help of the silicone o-ring onto the portafilter. The basket is simply placed into the portafilter; there is no spring clip to hold it in place. 2. Add 10-21g ground coffee into basket. Make sure you use the correct basket...

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  • Barista vs Regular

    Barista vs Regular

    We always recommend Regular Robot for home-user, but it's completely your choice. The Barista Robot with the gauge system is also a bit more involved whereas the Regular Robot is bullet proof.  The Barista Robot has a built in pressure gauge which will display the pressure from the basket during extraction. The flexible tube and fittings are all made in the...

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  • 2 Baskets

    2 Baskets

    If you are completely new to espresso then this section is for you. The Robot has 2 types of baskets available; the Professional (included in the package) and the Pressurised (optional). With the Filter Screen, the minimum dose is around 12g which is enough for the filter screen to still rest on top of the coffee. Less than that, and the filter screen...

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  • Brewing Tips

    Brewing Tips

    The oversized filter basket doubles as a brewing chamber. To keep things simple, there is no heating element, so you will have to fill the basket up with hot water from a kettle. As soon as you pour in water just off the boil into the basket, it immediately cools to around 95°C, absolutely perfect for brewing killer espresso.  Do...

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  • Care and Maintenance

    Care and Maintenance

    The Robot is relatively maintenance free and requires little in the way of maintenance. Since the parts that contact water are stainless steel they will wipe clean with a cloth (e.g. micro fibre cloth). There is no reason to put any parts of the Robot or the accessories in a dishwasher. Cleaning after use, step by step 1. Lift the lever arms up and place...

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  • Robot Specification

    Robot Specification

    58mm filter baskets   The same size as professional semi-automatic machines. Our baskets are extremely high quality, they are made by the same factory that makes all the best baskets in the world. Bottomless is best   For best results we recommend using the portafilter without the spouts - but when using the pressurised basket it is best to use with the...

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  • Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting

    This guide applies to all Robots, however text in red is specific to the Barista Robot: Normal situation  - The lever arms do not stay in the upright position: they are designed to be loose on purpose for safety. Always have one hand holding the arms up.  - The portafilter seems loose in the body: this is correct.  - The piston seems...

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  • Warranty

    Warranty

    Cafelat UK will provide 1-year limited warranty from the date of purchase on manufacturing defects for "Cafelat Robot - Manual Espresso Maker" that is purchased from our website. Cafelat UK will review all cases and verify the claim. Cafelat reserves the right to request the product to be sent to our office for additional review and to verify the claim. We take photos and videos...

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