WACACO Minipresso GR, Portable Espresso Machine, Compatible Ground Coffee, Small Travel Coffee Maker, Manually Operated from Piston Action


  • No battery/electricity need. Manual operation only! Compact, lightweight and versatile, you may use any variety of coffee bean/roast, which will give you more flexibility in trying new flavors.
  • Need to add the boiling water! Minipresso GR is your best choice to enjoy up to 50 ml of authentic espresso at home, in the office and on the go.
  • Simple to operate. Add ground coffee to the filter basket with the help of the integrated scoop. Apply slight pressure to level the grind. Add hot water into the water tank. Finally unlock the piston from its travel position and pump a few strokes to pressurize and extract perfect espresso with generous crema.
  • Note: Accessories are sold separately! Enhance your Minipresso GR to get the most from it. You can purchase Minipresso Kit or Minipresso Case to enjoy longer espresso, up to 100ml, and protect it from scratches. You can purchase accessories separately from our store.
  • If you have any problem with our products or need help, please feel free to contact us through Amazon. We will respond you in time and give you a satisfactory solution.
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  1. 05

    by Liyango

    The best portable espresso machine on market. Used only a couple times. No complaint to the coffee at all and the building quality is very good. I don’t expect this little tool to last for years if use daily though, but it is not design for this type of application. If you would like a powerless espresso machine, the ROC one is for sure more durable and easier to use. If you just cannot stand filtered or even instant coffee when travel, like me, this machine is the for you. 5 star for the machine, 1 less for the slow delivery and the price. It is state 59 USD in their website but showing a ridiculous 124 GBP original price with a 61% discount to 48 GBP which is still over 70 USD. Seriously, it is not sold by any third party but Wacaco itself.

  2. 05

    by Hossein Ghasemi

    Material is perfect,good quality

  3. 05

    by skibble

    So, this was a Christmas present in 2018, and I used it a lot. Not every day, but certainly several times a week. In July 2019, it started to leak through the pump. I sent a video to Wacaco through their website in USA and I got back a quick reply. They apologised and gave a code for a free replacement through Amazon UK which arrived the next day. That process was very quick and considering I’m in the UK and they’re in the USA, I thought their customer service to be really good. I’ve since then lost a rubber head part down the sink, again they’ve come back to me quickly, telling me I do need them (🙄), invoicing me a few quid and arranging delivery. So customer service wise I’m very happy. The product itself is brilliant. I love it. Saves me pennies whilst at work, as I go out for decent coffee a lot less 😊it is very easy to clean, you just have to get efficient as it can get a little messy once you’ve pumped (residual coffee). But the coffee itself is amazing, don’t overfill the coffee grounds container, make sure you flatten the grounds and none lie on the edges. Espresso grounds are best I find. Do all that and the pumping action flows more freely. I’ve just bought the minipresso tank with 3 extra coffee things as I like my coffee long. So much better as I now don’t have to piss about refilling with water / coffee grounds. So all in all an excellent product. If you go walking with it, yes you’ll need to take a flask of boiling water in order to make a coffee, yes it’s not the lightest product, but if I was walking all day would I bother taking it? Yes I would, absolutely.

  4. 05

    by J. Flatman

    I bought this about a month ago and wanted to wait to write a review until I’d used it for a while. I was slightly nervous of buying it because of the price, but I have to say that I’m really impressed. I work in an office in central London where all the surrounding chain cafes turn out so-so espresso for between £1.50-2.00/shot, and was fed up of that. This really has solved that issue and pretty soon I’ll break even on the investment of buying it vs the cost of buying coffees out all the time. It’s a really, really small and nifty device, extremely quick and easy to use and clean, and crucially – makes very good espresso, easily as good if not better than the espresso sold in many cafes. Yes, it takes a few days to get used to, and without question it won’t suit everyone; it is a (bit) messy and requires careful cleaning to get the best from it, and if you’re looking for espresso right up there like that from a proper machine, sure you’ll be disappointed – but this is basically a 20cm long bike pump that makes coffee, so give it a break! All I can say is that it works well for me and really is quick and easy to use, allows you to select your own coffee type of choice, and so to my mind is well worth it. I now use it at least daily, if not twice a day, during the working week, and envisage my taking it on holiday too: I could imagine anyone who regularly goes camping, etc. finding it especially useful.

  5. 05

    by Hossein Ghasemi

    I own a Minipresso since October. I’m an espresso lover and I have to say this changed my office life – I’m so happy with it. I can prepare ristretto, espresso and cappuccino – and it’s better than 95% of the coffee shops I’ve been to. Once you discover your coffee brand and grind size and get used to results you will start noticing that even the coolest coffee boutiques aren’t consistent in quality and they sometimes burn or make bitter espresso.

    You need good enough coffee and a proper grind. I get very good results with Lavazza Oro coffee (see picture attached). So if you are not a perfectionist you might be extremely happy with a good supermarket coffee.

    You can’t use too fine a grind, and a too coarse grind will not extract all the good stuff from coffee. The perfect grind and the perfect coffee are the only challenge you have – but these are the challenges for any espresso machine.

    You need exactly 8 grams of coffee (no more) if you want the best pressure and a consistent quality. At first you might need an electronic scale for this, but you will learn the quantity after a few uses. If you just don’t care about quantity you have a scoop that takes 7-8 grams anyway.

    This product is compact, light, easy to maintain. It’s well designed.

    It makes a funny squeaky noise when you pump – this is the only thing I don’t like about Minipresso. But I can live with that for the quality I get from it.

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WACACO Minipresso GR, Portable Espresso Machine, Compatible Ground Coffee, Small Travel Coffee Maker, Manually Operated from Piston Action