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Espresso PHILCO PHEM 1001

Espresso PHILCO PHEM 1001

Espresso
Výrobca: PHILCO
Kód: fp_41002049
Dostupnosť: na sklade (i)
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Cena: 507,50 € bez DPH 609,- € s DPH
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automatické espresso
Vlastnosti a funkcie
Výber z 6 druhov nápojov
Najmodernejší systém napeňovanie mlieka
inteligentné ovládanie
Individuálne nastavenie veľkosti, intenzity a teploty nápoja
Príprava zo zrnkovej aj mletej kávy
Zabudovaný oceľový mlynček na zrnkovú kávu (5 stupňov nastavenia hrubosti)
Elektronické ovládanie teploty
funkcia predsparenia
Výškovo nastaviteľná výpusť (80 - 140 mm)
osvetlenie šálky
Užívateľská štatistika o počte pripravených nápojov
Nastaviteľné množstvo kávy a vody
Možnosť naprogramovania automatického vypnutia prístroja
Možnosť nastavenia úsporného ECO režime
Indikátor plnosti nádoby na vodu a mlynčeka na kávu
Automatické čistiace a odvápňovacie funkcie
Nastavenie tvrdosti vody
Odnímateľná odkvapkávacia mriežka s indikátorom naplnenia
Mimoriadne tichý prístroj
Menu v slovenskom a anglickom jazyku
technické parametre
Tlak 19 bar
Objem zásobníka na vodu: 1,8 l
Nastaviteľná hrubosť mletia (5 stupňov)
Kapacita zásobníka na zrna: 250 g
Kapacita kontajnera na kávovú usadeninu: 15 porcií
Materiál: plast / nerez
Príkon: 1400 W
Farba: čierna
Rozmery (v x š x h): 37 x 30 x 40 cm
Hmotnosť: 13 kg
Dĺžka prívodného kábla: 120 cm
Napätie a frekvencia: 220-240 V, 50/60 Hz

Charakteristika produktu

Tlak: 19 bar
Typ espressa: automatické
Displej: áno
Funkcia horúca voda: áno
Auto-cappuccino: nie
Nahrievanie šálok: nie
Použitie kapsúl: nie
Objem zásobníka vody: 1,8 l
Mlynček na kávu: áno
Použitie mletej kávy: áno
Automatické prepláchnutie: áno
Auto odvápňovanie: áno
Príkon: 1400 W
Farba: čierna

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WWJ could not be issued a ccmmeroial license till 1921 because there were NO ccmmeroial licenses till 1921, and they were created because Westinghouse demanded a special classification to differentiate their states from ham stations. WBZ (then in Springfield MA) got the first one. Sorry, but WWJ (then 8MK) ABSOLUTELY did the same thing as KDKA, including broadcasting presidential elections. WWJ absolutely was on the air before KDKA, and so was our own little pioneering station, 1XE (later WGI) at Medford Hillside MA. Alas, so much of broadcast history ends up being shrouded in myth, often myth put forward by the awesome publicity department of an RCA or a Westinghouse. Also, Fessenden may not have made the Xmas eve broadcast but yes, he was indeed the father of broadcasting voice and music; the fact is he probably did it a week earlier. There was plenty of contemporaneous evidence of that broadcast (on 21 December 1906), but none of the Xmas eve one except for a book his wife wrote in 1940, long after the event. Isn't broadcast history fun? Love from your friendly media historian in Boston, Donna L. Halper
+WWJ could not be issued a ccmmeroial license till 1921 because there were NO ccmmeroial licenses till 1921, and they were created because Westinghouse demanded a special classification to differentiate their states from ham stations. WBZ (then in Springfield MA) got the first one. Sorry, but WWJ (then 8MK) ABSOLUTELY did the same thing as KDKA, including broadcasting presidential elections. WWJ absolutely was on the air before KDKA, and so was our own little pioneering station, 1XE (later WGI) at Medford Hillside MA. Alas, so much of broadcast history ends up being shrouded in myth, often myth put forward by the awesome publicity department of an RCA or a Westinghouse. Also, Fessenden may not have made the Xmas eve broadcast but yes, he was indeed the father of broadcasting voice and music; the fact is he probably did it a week earlier. There was plenty of contemporaneous evidence of that broadcast (on 21 December 1906), but none of the Xmas eve one except for a book his wife wrote in 1940, long after the event. Isn't broadcast history fun? Love from your friendly media historian in Boston, Donna L. Halper
-WWJ could not be issued a ccmmeroial license till 1921 because there were NO ccmmeroial licenses till 1921, and they were created because Westinghouse demanded a special classification to differentiate their states from ham stations. WBZ (then in Springfield MA) got the first one. Sorry, but WWJ (then 8MK) ABSOLUTELY did the same thing as KDKA, including broadcasting presidential elections. WWJ absolutely was on the air before KDKA, and so was our own little pioneering station, 1XE (later WGI) at Medford Hillside MA. Alas, so much of broadcast history ends up being shrouded in myth, often myth put forward by the awesome publicity department of an RCA or a Westinghouse. Also, Fessenden may not have made the Xmas eve broadcast but yes, he was indeed the father of broadcasting voice and music; the fact is he probably did it a week earlier. There was plenty of contemporaneous evidence of that broadcast (on 21 December 1906), but none of the Xmas eve one except for a book his wife wrote in 1940, long after the event. Isn't broadcast history fun? Love from your friendly media historian in Boston, Donna L. Halper