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MSRP: $2,550.00
Chris' Price: $1,995.00
You save $555.00!

Stock Status:In Stock

Product Code: 992

The following items are included FREE with this product:

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*ALL Quick Mill espresso machines are now being made with T.E.A coated boilers (same as Ruveco Teck used in Cimbali machines). This protection process drastically decreases the possibility of metal in the drinks delivered. The brass components are also manufactured with LOW LEAD*

We have been working with Quick Mill for many years now and we have to say it has been a pleasure. They have now created a brand new dual boiler espresso machine for the home environment, the QM67.

We are extending the manufacturer's warranty one additional year FREE of charge, that gives you two years of warranty coverage.

Warranty: Two-year parts and labor provided by Chris' Coffee Service, Inc.

(Free shipping in the 48 contiguous United States)

  • High-quality stainless steel construction #304
  • E-61 commercial group
  • 58 mm portafilter ( 1 single, 1 double spouted included)
  • Cup warmer
  • Hinged cover - No need to remove the cup warming tray to refill the water tank
  • Easy access expansion valve - No need to remove the outer shell to adjust
  • PID controller for the group boiler (with 1.0 degree Celsius or Fahrenheit adjustment)
  • PID controller also controls the steam boiler temperature (and thus pressure)
  • Programmable offset differential
  • Boiler and group pressure gauges
  • Power and heater lights
  • Power switches for the coffee and steam boiler
  • Stainless steel steam and hot water arms
  • 4 hole tip included
  • Large pull-out stainless drip tray
  • Water reservoir
  • Dual insulated copper boilers
  • Ulka 52 watt vibratory pump with thermal overload protection
  • Pulsor equipped to the pump, equalizing pump pressure and improves noiselessness
  • Resettable hi-limit to protect the heating element
  • High-quality expansion valve for easy adjustment of brew pressure
  • Easy-to-remove outer shell makes for easy service if necessary
  • Control board and transformer
  • Low water sensors
  • 15 amp
  • Two portafilters (a single and a double)
  • Blank for backflushing
  • 3" clearance between the drip tray and the portafilter

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Average Rating: 5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 6 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Great machine December 10, 2014
Reviewer: matt reis from winter haven, FL United States  
I have owned my QM67 for a couple of months now, and have no regrets. I got hooked on espresso in jamaica two years ago, when I came home i bought a Nespresso machine. I quickly found out it wasnt quite what I was looking for and I was spending $150.00 a month on capsules. So I started looking for a good machine. After months of research I settled on a QM67, and I wanted to purchase from Chris Coffee, based on customer reviews. I consider both of those desisions to be very good ones. Pulling shots on this machine is extremely easy, and dealing with Mckenzie at Chris Coffee was a pleasure. I have found with the addittion of a gram scale I can repeat any shot just about any time. I have coffee subscriptions with a couple of micro roasters, and find dialing in new beans fairly easy, thanks to PID controls.I have purchase coffee and other Items from Chis's including my grinder and will continue to go to them in the future for accessories.

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
VERY happy with the QM67! October 1, 2014
Reviewer: Jim Carroll from Wylie, TX United States  
I've had the QM67 now for over 7 months, and it has been seriously rock-solid! It was a huge jump up from my ancient, well-used (and basic) Saeco Aroma.

I was looking for the right balance of features vs price. Having the PID controller appealed to my geeky side, and having the E61 group head appealed to my sensible side.

I will add that I'm a diehard espresso drinker, so other than a test run the day I set it up, I've never used the steam wand to froth any milk. I keep meaning to make a latte, but alas.

Once again, it's an absolutely brilliant machine. There's not one bad thing I can say about it.

Oh, and I will add that Mackenzie helped me out with arranging the purchase right from the get-go, to ensure that nothing was missed. She also helped out with the shipping logistics; the week it was due to ship out, her area was dealing with a pretty rough snowstorm. This personal touch was definitely the icing on the cake!

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  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Couldn't be happier with our new family member March 30, 2014
Reviewer: Steve & Claire from Mill Valley, CA United States  
Our QM76 has been everything we hoped it would be.  Thanks to the PID and commercial brewhead, once our grind is dialed in, it makes a perfect espresso every time.  And it's a steam monster as well.  The no-burn steam arm is a nice extra. Suprisingly, the feature we might appreciate the most is the large drip tray. To properly use and maintain the machine, you run a lot of water through it.  Having the large tray really helps here.  The machine looks great and is built like an army tank.  We're being good about daily backflushing and monthly cleaning, and expect this machine to outlive us.

We can't speak to making many drinks in succession, as we're not big dinner party people.  I've had no problem making four drinks at once, but haven't gone beyond that.

We can say with no reservations that if you won't be throwing big parties with a bunch of coffee lovers, and want the last espresso machine you'll ever buy, backed by a great team, purchase the QM67 from Chris Coffee.

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QM67 as a replacement for an old friend January 30, 2014
Reviewer: NYCarl from New York, NY United States  
Despite the many technological improvements in espresso machines, I had resisted replacing my 30+ year old Micro Cimbali, largely because of the tactile satisfaction inherent in using the old machine. The QM67 not only makes a brilliant shot, as well as allowing for a far superior cappuccino, it is a sensuous device to use and to see. The controls, information display, finish and accessories all reinforce the pleasures of pulling that first shot in the morning or sharing after-dinner espresso with family and friends.

Although the need for after-purchase support has been minimal, Chris' Coffee Service has been more than helpful in the transition from mid 20th century technology to the lastest equipment.

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  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
Espresso lovers look no further January 26, 2014
Reviewer: Kevin Cash from Orient, OH United States  
Having sold my Linea, I purchased the QM67 hoping it could rival the shot quality I was accustomed.  I love the option of turning on the brew boiler separately, and the quick heat up time.  I've found I can pull comparable shots in a matter of 20 mins. The pump is quiet and easy to adjust, and only fluctuates when the basket is over packed. Builld quality is what I would expect on a $10k machine.  Drip tray, knobs, switches, are all commercial grade with a solid feel. The steam power isn't overly impressive, but I am still able to get a nice whirlpool effect and create smooth microfoam.  But the machine needs a little recovery time as the boiler must refill often.  An obvious issue when dealing with a dual boiler machine with such a small footprint. Paired with my Mazzer Mini E, this machine rivals my Linea in shot quality.  A bold statement for a machine that is 110v, reservoir fed, and fits on my counter.  QuickMill and Chris Coffee, you guys killed it!!  Bravo.

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