La Marzocco GS3

5.00 out of 5 based on 1 customer rating
(1 customer review)

$8,690.00$9,020.00

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Description

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The La Marzocco GS3 is considered by many to be the one of the very best machines available for the home coffee fanatic.

This machine has PID controlled dual boilers and the famous temperature stable La Marzocco saturated group. Large quantities of dry steam are available with the flick of the toggle.

  • Stainless steel construction.
  • Dual boiler system.
  • Saturated group design.
  • PID temperature control.
  • Pre-heating system.
  • LCD display & button programming interface.
  • Plumb-in or internal water tank.
  • Compact footprint.
  • Standard mechanical paddle (MP) or Volumetric (AV) operation.

Download the La Marzocco GS3 brochure

We can arrange and install customisation of your machine to your requirements:

We include a comprehensive bench test, 1kg of fresh specialty beans and backwash detergent for purchasers of this machine. A deposit of 30% is required upon order and lead time varies from around 2 weeks to 2 months dependent on importer supply levels.

A wide range of accessories for this machine are available from our e-shop

Aspects you may wish to consider

Great low form factor designIt's expensive!
Precise temperature control via PID to both boilers
Very quiet operation. Excellent convenience. Auto-on function allows the machine to wake before you do!
Terrific steam
Can be plumbed in or operated from internal tankTank is fiddly to fill. Tank needs to be removed completely and plumb inlet hose attached internally to switch from tank to plumb mode. Fiddly!

Vital Statistics
Boiler Capacity2.5L steam, 1.5L brew
Fresh Water Tank3.5 L tank or from mains- switchable
Voltage220-240V 50Hz
Power consumption2100W
Dimensions (W x D x H)approx 400 x 530 x 355 mm
PumpRotary
WeightApprox 32kg

1 review for La Marzocco GS3

  1. 5 out of 5

    I’ve kept upgrading my coffee machines over the years; starting from a humble $130 Krups to a Nespresso (I know, what was I thinking???), Rancilio Silvia, then to a Giotto and finally to a GS/3.

    Having used extensively both the first and second generation Synessos at work, I have come to believe that they are possibly one of the best machines around. I was tempted by a 5 Senses rep to get a 1 group Synesso for home but I thought it was a bit of an overkill and decided to “settle” for the GS/3.

    How wrong was I! The GS/3 produces a much more consistent cup. Over the months of using it everyday, and playing around with the same blends (as a comparison) through the Synessos, I have noticed that the shots produced through a GS/3 were more balanced and “refined” if that makes sense. Notes were more pronounced and the espressos were clearly tastier. They were also extremely consistent shot after shot. So then I thought I had made the right decision to choose the GS/3.

    Recently, I was asked to operate a coffee cart at an event. The organiser said that they expected maybe 150 to 200 coffees so I thought the GS/3 should be able to handle it although it might struggle during the peak periods. Armed with a mate’s Kony-E, I dialed in the grinder and pulled some shots just before the event started. Going from a flat burr (used at home), to a conical burr grinder made all the difference. Just when I thought my coffee couldn’t get any better!

    That’s not all, at the end of the event we pumped a whopping 8kgs of coffee though the GS/3, so that’s approximately 350 to 400 cups. I reckon we would have been able to make almost 10kgs except that we ran out of takeaway cups. We thought we were organised and had brought 5kgs of coffee which would have been more than enough but had to run out to buy some extra bags from a cafe nearby. I still can’t believe we made that many coffees on a single group!

    The GS/3 was a workhorse. It did not skip a beat although the steam pressure did drop slightly (only a bit on the pressure gauge) during some of the hectic periods but we were still able to push the coffees out. Shot after shot, there wasn’t anything stopping it.

    Is the GS/3 too much for a home machine? Possibly yes, but hey at least you know you’ll get a quality cup all the time or if you ever need to make some 400 cups of coffee in a go, you know you can!

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