NZ Imports are New Zealand importers of  High Quality, Small Quantity specialist items at very competitive rates - We sell direct to the public



NZ Imports suppliers of high quality telescopes throughout New Zealand
NZ Imports suppliers of high quality APO Telescopes throughout New Zealand
NZ Imports suppliers of high quality APO Telescopes throughout New Zealand
NZ Imports suppliers of high quality QHY Cameras and Canon cooled ASTRO DSLRs throughout New Zealand
NZ Imports suppliers of high quality QHY Cameras throughout New Zealand
NZ Imports suppliers of high quality Canon cooled ASTRO DSLRs throughout New Zealand
ASTRO IMAGES  taken by Tony Kwak in Whangarei New Zealand
NZ Imports sales and servicing of La Pavoni and ECM  E61 Rocket Espresso Coffee Machines throughout New Zealand
NZ Imports suppliers of high quality Sanyo Data and Home Cinema Projectors throughout New Zealand
NZ Imports suppliers of high quality Sanyo Data and Home Cinema Projectors throughout New Zealand
NZ Imports suppliers of high quality LED Lenser Optoelectronics Torches throughout New Zealand
NZ Imports are the New Zealand importers and suppliers of  high quality Shelter Phono Cartridges
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La Pavoni history

La Pavoni Spa was founded in Milan in 1905 thanks to Desiderio Pavoni in a little workshop at Via Parini. His first invention was patented by Luigi Bezzera,

on 1st September 1902, duly registered at the Milan State office on 19th September 1903, and gave life to the first espresso coffee machine for bar called "Ideale"

It was a vertical machine, with a boiler kept at a constant pressure by a gas-ring which it rested on, or by means of electricity,  with side brewing groups (from 1 to 4) supported by inside hooks and had a filter for ground coffee.

By opening a knob, at a pressure of 1,5 bar, water first and then steam passed through the ground coffee in the filter, enabling the brewing of the espresso,  which - in one minute - was ready in the cup; the machine was also fitted with some knobs to get hot water or steam to prepare hot drinks.

Being the first machine of it's kind to be marketed, this model spread the fashion of drinking Italian style "espresso" coffee at the bar, in Europe, first, and then around the whole world.

These machines are fantastic value and styled as a work of art to look fantastic in any kitchen.

Here is the La Pavoni site for a browse and please let me know which machine you are interested in. Thank you.

 
 

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