Those in search of the best home espresso machine will like this coffee machine. Traditionally speaking you grind the coffee, place it in a filter, add water and wait patiently for it to percolate, producing the caffeinated beverage billions of people love every morning.   But that method is oh-so pedestrian.

Next time you have guests over you can impress them with the Scanomat’s Top Brewer.  It’s an under the counter coffee machine that grinds then brews each individual cup of joe.  Control comes by way of a smartphone, though it’s not an absolute necessity as there is some sort of counter top keyboard, but nothing will beat dialing in a cup of coffee on your iPhone only to have it appear literally before your guest’s eyes.

On the counter sites a spout that delivers the hot beverage, while just below it is a drain for washing away excess, such as drips and spills.  The spout can also deliver foamed milk, so cappuccinos can happen entirely on their own.

Adding to it’s “wow” quotient is the ability to brew a cup of coffee in 15 seconds, two grinders so you can produce different types of coffee one after the other without any delay, a zero watt standby mode and a machine that is made from 80% recycled parts. Coffee machines are just about as common as, well, a coffee bean.

If you want you can download the app from the iTunes stores and checkout it before you drop what will probably be thousands of dollars on this high end coffee machine – unfortunately, we don’t know the price and their website is currently down.

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Christen Costa

Grew up back East, got sick of the cold and headed West. Since I was small I have been pushing buttons - both electronic and human. With an insatiable need for tech I thought "why not start a blog focusing on technology, and use my dislikes and likes to post on gadgets."

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  1. They recently installed one at my work office place, now if you’re considering doing this yourself. DO NOT AT ANY COST!!!

    This thing is not worth the materials it’s made with… failure rate is literally 40-50%. The thing breaks down at least 3 times a week.

    The machine requires almost a full time staff member just to maintain it so that people can get the most basic use out of it.

    The quality of drinks is medium to poor, without constant maintenance the coffee starts to taste like dirty sewer water

    What’s more is not only was it around 15,000 to install. It is costing the building £10,000 per in coffee costs, as you cannot put any other type of coffee into the system and instead are forced through scanomats outrageous prices. The costs of running this thing are so high, they’ve had to increase the building rent to pay for this monstrosity.


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