La Pavoni

La Pavoni Stradivari Professional 16 Cup Chrome with Wood Espresso Machine

High style Italian chrome and curves meets carefully crafted rosewood knobs and lever handles for the exacting performance that is La Pavoni's trademark. The La Pavoni Stradivari is not only beautiful machine, but represents the third collaboration between industrial designer Carlo Gallizi. The design inspiration was drawn from the works of world famous violin maker Antonio Stradivari. The fluid sweeping motion of the lever accentuates the subtle curves of the base and the power button is recessed for a clean appearance. 

  • La Pavoni Stradivari engages all the senses with tactile pleasure for the barista pulling shots as well as the beauty of the machine and always the wonderful taste and aroma of Espresso. 

    Remember before you can become a master there is an apprenticeship, La Pavoni manual Espresso Machines take more time and effort but the results are worth it! 

    The Stradivari Line comes with two models in two variants:

    Stradivari Europiccola 8 Cup Chrome with Wood
    Stradivari Europiccola 8 Cup Chrome and Black
    Stradivari Professional 16 Cup Chrome with Wood
    Stradivari Professional 16 Cup Chrome and Black

  • - Manufacturer: La Pavoni
    - Quantity of Espressos: Makes 16 x 2oz. cups of Espresso
    - Boiler capacity: 38 oz.
    - Boiler material: Solid brass boilers, triple chrome plated
    - Power Button: Recessed power switch and power button
    - Milk Frothing: Dual frothing cappuccino systems
    - ETL certified: Yes
    - Volt: 110
    - Watts: 1000
    - Height: 12"
    - Weight: 17 lbs.
    - Warranty: 1-year warranty
    - Manufactured: Made in Italy 

  • - La Pavoni Stradivari Professional 16 Cup Chrome with Wood Espresso Machine

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Chelsea Khan
Beautiful and makes great espresso

This machine is very well constructed, very beautiful, and has the ability to produce consistently excellent shots. It requires a little more learning on the part of the user because it is a lever machine. The advantage of the lever is that the amount of resistance you get when you pull the lever down gives you very tangible and immediate feedback on the quality of your grind, dose and tamp. This is the machine for the espresso perfectionist. Not the machine for someone who wants their coffee delivered to them in 30 seconds with no effort on their part. My only complaint about the machine is that the steam tip that comes with the machine has 3 holes, and it is very difficult to get good quality microfoam. I highly recommend replacing this with a one-hole steam tip.

Vincent Flakus
Love this machine

This is a tool, not a machine. You need to know how to grind your beans, tamp with the correct pressure, get the correct water temp, draw water in, soak the coffee, then pull your shot. It's a fine skill that needs mastering but I know of no other machine that makes better espresso than the manual pull be it La Pavoni or Olympia. I've made 8+ shots per day for over 1 year with this machine and it's fantastic every time. You do need to adjust the grind when switching beans. Italian espresso beans tend to be harder (medium roast for longer) than American beans (hotter roast but shorter). I prefer the Italian beans. The espresso has much better crema and I've yet to experienced a burnt batch.