Sunbeam Instruction Book:
The Sunbeam Café Series® delivers quality,
style and superior performance capturing
the essence of the commercial kitchen.
Inspired by heavy-duty equipment found in
restaurants, cafés and bars, the Sunbeam
Café Series® is built to last. It brings together
a range of appliances designed to expertly
create authentic café food and beverages at
The twin pumps enables the coffee maker to deliver
instant steam for texturing milk and at the
same time produce a serve of espresso just
like a commercial machine.
The commercial 360° ball joint allows the steam
wand to be moved into the ideal position.
Commercial size group head
Commercial size group handle
The group head, group handle and filters are
designed to commercial specifications using
brass and stainless steel components.
Hot water wand
Dispenses a controlled flow of hot water. For
ease of use the wand has a commercial 360°
3 litre water
True to commercial use, the unique
TPTT™ System features twin pumps and
twin thermoblocks, this allows the coffee
maker to texture milk and pour an espresso
The Standard Filter Baskets (one and two
cup) are the same specification as used with
commercial espresso machines
Note: If you don’t have a grinder and have
your coffee beans ground for you, then you
must request that the coffee is ground very
fine, the same fineness that would be used
on a commercial espresso machine.
The Anti-Calc water filter fitted inside the
3 litre water reservoir has a 12 month life
for domestic use and a 3 month life for
If using the Cafe Series® Espresso
Machine for commercial use this
pump Guarantee is limited to 12
months from the date of purchase.
Everything italicised above is cut and pasted from the book.
A lot of the use of the word "commercial" is like "inspired by" examples however as you go further into the book it becomes more blatantly the normally accepted definition, which to us is a lie.
For goodness sake, the warranty states the commercial use terms, so they fully expect it to be used as such. * :o
So is all the blame that of the evilbay sellers or are they getting that crap from somewhere else?