New De’Longhi Dedica makes espresso in small space

Upper Saddle River, N.J. – De’Longhi recently added to its family of pump espresso machines with the launch of Dedica, a machine with a strikingly slim profile.

Dedica features stainless steel construction and footprint that measures a mere six inches wide.  The Dedica pump espresso machine is the latest addition to the Dedica Collection, which also includes Dedica Cappuccino, a pump espresso machine that features De’Longhi’s Automatic Cappuccino System, for one touch latte and cappuccino.

“The convenient footprint means Dedica will add a touch of elegance to any kitchen counter top. Dedica is the slimmest espresso machine that delivers an authentic Italian espresso,” said  Mike Prager, president and ceo, De’Longhi Group North America.

For users who prefer to use ground coffee, Dedica includes filters for a single or double shot of espresso. For greater convenience, the machine is also designed to accept Easy Serving Espresso (E.S.E.) pods. Incorporating De’Longhi’s proprietary thermoblock technology, Dedica heats up to the ideal espresso brewing temperature in only 35 seconds.

Dedica will ship in September 2014 for $299.99. 

DedicaDedica’s footprint measures six inches wide.

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