Orbegozo is a Spanish brand of small household appliances located in the Basque Autonomous Community. In the coffee machine sector, Orbegozo focuses mainly on the manufacture of Italian and espresso coffee machines, which are very affordable and mainly aimed at domestic consumption.
Their low price makes Orbegozo coffee machines permanent protagonists in the annual sales lists. It is not difficult to find them at the top of these rankings, especially in the field of Italian coffee machines or Moka.
Italian Coffee Makers from Orbegozo
If we stick to the coffee machines, Orbegozo is popular in the sector, mainly because of its Italian coffee machines. Orbegozo Moka Pots are one of the most popular appliances on the market, thanks mainly to their low cost and their massive distribution. Thanks to this, they are present not only in the big online stores, such as Amazon but also on practically any large surface.
In the Orbegozo range of Italian coffee machines, we highlight three main models. On the one hand, we have the Kfi model, which is an Italian coffee machine valid for induction kitchens. They have a slightly more modern and polished design than the others, and their appearance is as follows.
They are available in different sizes, which can be distinguished by their nomenclature. Thus, the Kfi950 has a size of 900 ml, which is the equivalent of 9 cups of coffee with a normal dose. In the same way, we can buy the Kfi450 (400 ml, 4 cups), the Kfi650 (600 ml, 6 cups), the Orbegozo Kfi1250 (1200 ml, 12 cups), and so on. There is even a tiny 2-cup version (or almost for single preparations) with the name Orbegozo Kfi250.
All of them are around £12-15 in price.
Secondly, we find the conventional range Orbegozo Kf. These coffee machines are conventional aluminium mochas, not suitable for induction cooking, and which have very traditional lines and designs, with an octagonal shape. You can see it in the next image:
Both the ergonomic handle and the upper knob are made of black plastic, which insulates the temperature so as not to burn us since it is in these two places that we usually hold the coffee machine to handle it.
Buy Orbegozo coffee maker: Prices and sizes
As with the previous Kfi range, Orbegozo Kf coffee machines are available in various sizes that correspond to different nomenclatures. Here is the complete list:
- Orbegozo Kf100 (100 ml, 1 cup)
- Orbegozo Kf200 (200 ml, 2 cups)
- Orbegozo Kf300 (300 ml, 3 cups)
- Orbegozo Kf600 (600 ml, 6 cups)
- Orbegozo Kf900 (900 ml, 9 cups)
- Orbegozo Kf1200 (1200 ml, 12 cups)
- Orbegozo Kf1400 (1400 ml, 14 cups)
As you can see, prices fluctuate according to the size we want to buy. We advise you to consult the purchase links in this article to know exactly what the price of each coffee machine is at any given moment.
Finally, we find a Kfn range that has the same functional qualities as the previous Kf, with the only difference being that the coffee machine is black. It is where the additional letter “n” in the nomenclature comes from, we assume.
It is the complete list of black Orbegozo coffee machines available in all sizes:
- Orbegozo Kfn310 (300 ml, 3 cups)
- Orbegozo Kfn610 (600 ml, 6 cups)
- Orbegozo Kfn910 (900 ml, 9 cups)
- Orbegozo Kfn1210 (1200 ml, 12 cups)
In any of its versions (Kfi, Kf, or Kfn), the Orbegozo mocha or Italian type coffee machines are around £10-15 in most cases. They will perfectly cover your needs if you are looking for a durable and low-cost manual Italian coffee machine.
Orbegozo drip coffee makers
Orbegozo maintains in its range of drip (or filter) coffee machines the same signs of identity that we have seen in its Italian coffee machines: low price, basic features, and solidity in the face of intensive domestic use. We will now look at the main examples of Orbegozo drip coffee machines, all of which are under the CG nomenclature:
Orbegozo CG4010 and CG4011
The Orbegozo CG4010 and CG4011 coffee machines are the same models. Only the colours change: the CG4010 is white, and the CG4011 is the black version. It is a very basic drip-coffee machine, which can be operated with paper filters or with permanent filters. It is one of the cheapest models on the market.
It has 600 watts of power, a water level indicator on the carafe, a non-stick heat plate, anti-drip protection (this stops the coffee dripping if the carafe is removed from its position), protection against overheating and an approximate capacity to prepare 6 cups of coffee (650 ml) if used at full capacity.
The Orbegozo CG4015 is the next step in the Orbegozo drip coffee machine range. It is still a basic model, but its dimensions are somewhat larger than the CG4010, and its price is also slightly higher. Functionally it does not differ much: 600 watts of power, carafe capacity: 6 coffee cups, support for paper filters and permanent filters, manageability and durability. Both the materials and design of this CG4015 are very similar to those of the previous model.
If we continue to climb in the Orbegozo range of filter coffee machines, we arrive at the CG4020 model. The Orbegozo CG4020 is a coffee machine with a design and lines very similar to the previous ones but with a much higher capacity: up to 12 cups (more than one litre) of coffee in a single brew. You can see it clearly on the level indicator that is painted on the walls of the glass carafe.
By admitting a greater quantity of water, the Orbegozo CG4020 also needs more power than the previous ones: 800 watts. The features are the same as those of the other coffee machines: anti-drip protection, heat plate that maintains the temperature of the coffee, non-stick base, etc. Bear in mind that this is a large-capacity machine, so its dimensions (especially its height) are larger than normal.
And above the CG4020, we come across the Orbegozo CG4030. In this case, it is a coffee machine with a more robust appearance (as you can see in the photo, the pivoting filter holder has a metal base) and with greater power (1000 watts) than those we have seen so far.
A feature of the CG4030 that we don’t find in the rest is the compartment in the base to store the excess wiring. The rest of the features are the usual ones in this range: anti-drip protection, heating plate, removable pivoting filter holder, and water or coffee level indicator on the wall of the glass jug.
Its price, of course, is higher than that of previous models.
We arrive at a different line within Orbegozo’s drip coffee machines: the Orbegozo CG3020. It is a low-powered filter coffee machine (450 watts) but allows you to serve up to two cups of coffee simultaneously, thanks to its double-nozzle spout. A rather unusual quality in the drip coffee machine segment, and one that is very practical if we are several consumers at home (especially in the morning). The CG3020 model also includes the two ceramic cups shown in the photograph:
In short, a perfect coffee machine to give to your partner.
And we come to the five series of Orbegozo drip coffee machines: CG5010 and CG5015. These models are at the top of the Orbegozo range and differ from the rest fundamentally in that they do not include a standard glass jug but a thermal jug in stainless steel, as we can see in the image.
It has a power of 800 watts and a fairly large capacity: 1.2 litres of coffee at a time (more or less the equivalent of 12 cups). For this reason, it is a large appliance – very tall, above all – and we should think very carefully about where it is going to be placed in our kitchen before buying it.
Orbegozo hydro pressure coffee machines EXP-4600 and EXP-5000
Hydro-pressure coffee machines are also known as semi-express. In essence, they work just like an espresso machine, and the way the coffee is extracted is identical.
The difference, of course, is that the pressure is much lower than in a conventional espresso machine since it is the power of the water itself that is responsible for it (4 bar maximum) and not a pressure pump (which normally reaches 15 or 19 bar). You cannot pretend to make a pure espresso with one of these.
Orbegozo has a hydro-pressure coffee machine in its catalogue called the Orbegozo EXP 4600. It works at a pressure of 3.5 bars, has some stainless steel finishes, and the design is predominantly black.
It has a function that allows us to make foam – something really complicated to achieve in a hydro-pressure coffee machine – and also includes a spraying tube, glass carafe and an always practical measuring spoon. At full power, it has 800 watts of power and can make between 2 and 4 coffees.
There is also a superior model, the EXP-5000, which has the same features but better finishes and materials. The choice is yours, of course.