Olympia Maximatic Espresso Machine - Made in Switzerland
The Maximatic is the perfect semi-automatic espresso machine for those who are looking for a little more luxury.
Born in 1974
The Maximatic is the perfect partner for all those who are looking for a little more luxury. The electric, semi-auto
matic espresso machine with vibration isolated pump is so handy and small that it almost fits on an A4-sized piece of paper. This has been made possible thanks to the individual production of all components, ranging from the vibration isolated pump to the boiler and thus making the Maximatic the smallest espresso machine with a dual circuit heating system in the world. It is so straightforward and easy to handle that it can be used at home as well as in offices, studios, doctors’ surgeries and galleries.
Since 1974, the Maximatic has followed the tradition of a classic commercial machine, and can more than match its role model from the catering trade. Here, too, its owner experiences the maximum espresso taste, day by day!
Olympia Maximatic comes in Red, White, and Black.
- Dual-circuit espresso machine
- Most compact machine of its class worldwide
No seasonal product. No expiry date.
The Maximatic embodies the philosophy of Olympia Express in every detail. Each and every one of our machines is built with the expertise and the experience of more than 85 years of manufacturing espresso machines. This is why the Maximatic is so compact, so reliable, and why its noise level is so low. Simply Swiss made.
The Maximatic has two water tanks: a fresh water tank and a boiler. The fresh water tank holds 2.64 pints and can be refilled while operating. the water is lead from this tank through the boiler. During the process, it is heated to 212°F, so that when it reaches the brew group, it has a temperature of 198°F – the ideal brewing temperature for espresso. The boiler (capacity 1.32 pints) also produces the steam for frothing the milk. The fresh water tank and boiler are made from high quality chrome steel guaranteed not to affect the taste.
- the portafilter / handle
- single and double basket
- single and double spout
- stainless-steel funnel
- Stainless Steel Tamper
Additional Kit (not included):
- Pitcher with logo
- Towel with logo
- Addditional portafilter with double basket and spout
- Round brush and paint brush
- Two olympia Espresso Cups
- Back flush membrain
For more information regarding the olympia maximatic visit the manufacturer website at http://www.olympia-express.ch/en/products/maximatic.
Power Input: 120 V / 60 Hz / 1000 W
Preparing an espresso on a Maximatic dual-circuit espresso machine in combination with the Moca coffee grinder from Olympia Express, made in Switzerland Zubereitung eines Espresso mit der Maximatic zweikreise Espressomaschine im Zusammenspiel mit der Moca Kaffeemühle von Olympia Express, Made in Switzerland
Olympia Expres...Preparing an espresso on a Maximatic dual-circuit espresso mac...
Olympia Maximatic Espresso Machine
Posted by Roger Sanders on 6th Dec 2018
When you want the very best you buy a Ferrari and the Olympia Maximatic Expresso! It is a work of fine art and technology and with this machine you will find it very difficult to make a bad expresso. Each day will begin well and your dinner guests will be impressed.
Posted by Frogprince on 1st Mar 2018
This is a sweet little machine that has a small footprint on the kitchen counter. I've owned three of these over the last 30 years (and I would still have all of them, but one was stolen). There is almost no learning curve on this machine. It's very user-friendly once you get the grind right. It's a lot of money, true, but you'll have it forever. Also, Johnny Cerini is a really knowledgeable, nice and trustworthy guy so don't worry for a moment about making this high-dollar online purchase.
Posted by Ned on 3rd Aug 2016
When we were married 30 years ago we purchased an Olympia Cremina hand pump machine. While it's been a faithful workhorse, we've been eyeing this machine for some time - namely for its ability to make endless coffees without needing to stop, cool down and refill the tank. It's an easy machine to learn and has been a beautiful addition to our countertop.
The real deal
Posted by Pierre & Maria Nizet on 17th Nov 2014
We had been using a Pasquini Livetta for 30+ years.So our learning curve was fairly short for
graduating to the real McCoy .
Extremely pleased with our purchase