January 14, 2014

Nomad - The Go Everywhere Espresso Machine

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The Nomad - The Go Everywhere Espresso Machine was successfully funded at Kickstarter last year, and according to their December 2013 update they are close to production. We’re pretty big on portable single serve coffee, and the Nomad is a portable espresso machine if you want high quality espresso on the go. It needs no electricity, batteries, or high pressure gas cartridges. There are no expensive wasteful coffee pods or capsules to be discarded.

The Nomad is the size of a 15 cm cube, weighs 1.1 kg, and requires no electricity. With very little effort the Nomad produces 9 bars of pressure and is equipped with a proprietary True Crema Valve which compensates for coarser grounds and tamping variations. When used with the True Crema Valve anyone can make great espresso and coffee without having expensive grinding equipment and extensive training.

How does it work? Just pack ground coffee, add hot water, and actuate the pump lever.

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You can find out more at their web site and there’s a full video after the jump to make the wait for Nomad seem shorter.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at January 14, 2014 7:44 AM

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