Illy X7.1 IEspresso Capsule Machine | Seek The Uniq

Illy X7.1 IEspresso Capsule Machine

  • Have your morning cup of  coffee in the comforts of your home with just one touch of button. 
  • This machine can brew espresso, cappuccino, americano and lattes. 
  • Illy's Espresso Capsule Machine, designed by Italian Architect Luca Trazi, gives us a modern-retro take on the classic espresso machine. 
  • In less than 30 seconds, have your full bodied, balanced and café-quality Italian espresso.  You can also enjoy your silky and frothy cappuccino with it's built-in professional steaming wand.
  • Available in Red, Black and White. Each machine is made of steel thermoblock and measures 10.25 x 11.4 x 12.6 inches.
      • Each machine features a :
      • Programmable Volume Settings
      • Automatic Stop
      • Pannarello Wand
      • Automatic Shut Off
      • Pump Pressure 15 Bar
      • Quick Cooling Process from Cappuccino to Espresso
      • Automatic Decalcification Programme
      • Soft-touch keypad
      • Hot Water
      • Automatic Shut Off
      • Pump Pressure 15 Bar
      • Quick Cooling Process from Cappuccino to Espresso
      • Automatic decalcification programme
      • Soft-touch keypad
  • For every purchase of an X7.1 IEspresso Capsule Machine, enjoy 21 Capsules of Normal Roast Coffee on us.  An Illy representative will come over to your residence to help get you started by familiarizing you on how to maintain and clean your machine.  The perfect gift for all coffee enthusiasts.
  • Free delivery within METRO MANILA only.


  • Francesco Illy founded illycaffè in 1933.  His 1935 invention of theilletta, considered the blueprint for modern espresso machines, revolutionized coffee preparation.  His innovative method of packaging, based on pressurization, enabled illy’s initial exports toSweden and Holland during the 1940s.  Francesco Illy’s method remains the standard for preserving and enhancing coffee’s freshness during transport and storage.  
  • Hungarian-born Francesco Illy first came to Trieste, Italy, the Adriatic port city, after World War I.  There he studied economics, and went on to find work in Vienna and his native country’s Timisoara.  Trieste beckoned, and he returned to the city he loved, married the woman he loved and found a business he loved incocoa and coffee.  Soon, coffee would become its sole focus. 
  • Ernesto, Francesco’s son, earned a doctorate in chemistry and joined the company in the late 1940s.  His passion for learning gave rise to illy’s formal scientific and technological research efforts, starting with an-house laboratory dedicated to coffee chemistry.  In the 1950s, he spear-headed the company expansion into homes, selling smaller cans of ground coffee for the first time. In 1965 he moved the company to its current Via Flavia headquarters, still in Trieste.
  • In 1974, Dr. Illy furthered the company’s lead in coffee innovation with ESE, the first pre-measured espresso pods, making café-quality espresso simple and easy at home or the bar.  In 1988, he introduced and patented a photo-chromatic means to identify the highest quality beans, one by one, right at the source.
  • The 1990s saw the creation of the illy Art Collection, a new logo by renowned pop-artist James Rosenquist, and establishment of theBrazil Award recognizing excellence in coffee cultivation. Today, illy is synonymous with premium Italian coffee in over 140 countries worldwide under the guidance of Ernesto’s son, Andrea Illy, who continues the tradition of innovation and coffee excellence.

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