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The GS 3 is a compact espresso machine designed for environments where space is at a premium. La Marzocco engineers optimised the chassis and layout of the internal components without compromising on the quailty and features you expect.
Available with options including a manual paddle and customizable side panels.
Based in Florence, Italy, La Marzocco is possibly the most famous of the traditional Italian espresso machine manufacturers. Founded in 1927, the company has consistently maintained an artisanal approach to production, hand-crafting their high-end machines geared towards professional excellence. They were the first to design and patent the standard horizontal boiler machines, and are today best known for their dual boiler models.
From a design perspective, La Marzocco is more traditional in appearance than some of the more high-tech gadgetry found in its competitors’ models, yet under the hood their machines are considered to be powerhouses, producing some of the very best espressos on earth. For this reason La Marzocco branded machines are common sight in high-end bars and restaurants around the world, where having equipment for skilled baristas to pull consistent shots of superior quality and at high volumes is of utmost importance.
In terms of product selection, La Marzocco tends more towards the commercial segment of the market,offering a variety of multi-group machines priced at a premium. Using automobiles as an analogy, La Marzocco are sometimes compared to Ferrari – top-of-the-line machinery best used in the hands of skilled professionals. The do offer a popular twin boiler single group model for home use; however, even this model is best suited to serious espresso drinkers (falling into the ‘prosumer’ category) as it is priced substantially higher than most models from competing brands in this category, to match its high-end functionality. In short, La Marzocco machines are serious business, made for serious espresso drinkers and skilled baristas – if you are looking for some of the best machines money can buy, they are a hard brand to beat!