27 Mar '17, 3pm

@ChefTimAnderson

The 21st century has arrived, and now you can take espresso to work, camping, travel, or anywhere on the go. These hand-powered portable espresso makers promise a very small footprint without the need for electricity or cartridges, all at a very reasonable price. Just add hot water and some finely ground coffee, and you are good to go. Both the Handpresso Wild Hybrid and Wacaco Minipresso GR units work on human power to make enough pressure to produce espresso, but can they produce the same quality as a commercial espresso machine? And how do they compare to each other? Read on to find out. Handpresso Wild Hybrid The Handpresso Wild looks somewhat like a small bicycle pump, which consists of 3 parts: the main body, coffee basket, and a locking cover. It produces a maximum of 232 PSI (16bar) and has a 2 year warranty. The dimensions are approximately 8.5 x 4 x 2.75 inches (...

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