|Product Dimensions||14.17 x 10.24 x 18.11 cm; 10.97 Kilograms|
|Volume Capacity||2 Liters|
|Power / Wattage||1450 watts|
|Item Weight||11 kg|
Add to your order
from Salama Care AED 256.00
- What’s covered: Damages caused by sudden and unforeseen mechanical, electrical, and manufacturer defects.
- Validity: 1-year validity starting 12 months from purchase date (after expiry of manufacturer issued warranty), and on products purchased from Amazon.ae in the last 30 days.
- Delivery: Activated policy (sold & operated by Salama) will be sent to your Amazon.ae registered email ID within 72 hours of purchase.
- Fulfillment: Unlimited number of claims with UAE-wide coverage and free pickup and delivery service.
- T&C :Please read the terms & conditions in the Product Information Document provided in the Product Guides and Documents Sections below and check that the policy meets your needs before purchase.
De'Longhi Eletta Automatic Coffee Machine, DLECAM45.760W, White, UAE Version
We will collect the Import Fees Deposit at the time of your purchase and use it to cover applicable taxes and duties on import. Learn more. The total may change depending on the chosen shipping option and items in cart during checkout.
Each bank has a different installments plan. You can choose a suitable installments plan based on your bank offers at checkout.
Click here to check your bank offers.
|Installment Plan||Monthly Installment||Total|
|3 months||AED 1,453.82||AED 4,410.47|
|6 months||AED 726.91||AED 4,410.47|
|9 months||AED 484.61||AED 4,410.47|
|12 months||AED 363.46||AED 4,410.47|
30 days Returnable
|Return reason||Return period||Return policy|
| Wrong or missing item, |
Any other reason
|30 days from delivery||Full refund or replacement|
Want this professionally installed?
- Demo service is only available on orders from the seller Amazon. ae.
- Installation and demo of one customer supplied De'Longhi coffee machine.
- Please allow a 1 hour window for the demo
- For installation of more than 1 unit please choose by clicking on the details option.
- Book the service directly on Amazon
- Your pro will meet you at your home
- Backed by Amazon's Happiness Guarantee
Enhance your purchase
|Product dimensions||4D x 5.6W x 7.1H centimeters|
About this item
- De'Longhi Eletta Automatic Coffee Machine, White ECAM45.760W
- INTUITIVE TOUCH PANEL: Personalising your Coffee as often as you want has never been easier; choose from short, medium or long, try a strong or extra mild aroma
- LATTE CREMA SYSTEM: Creates frothed or steamed milk to serve exquisite drinks; the carafe’s thermal double-wall keeps milk at an ideal temperature when out of the fridge and is self-cleaning
- HOME COMFORT: Slim and elegant design of a coffee machine for barista-quality coffee at home
- EASY TO CLEAN: Automatic cleaning with Descaling, cleaning and rinsing programs; the Tray, the Ground Container, the Milk Carafe (excluding the top part) and the Milk Feeding Tube are dishwasher safe
- Dispensing level minimum : 90 millimeter, Dispensing level maximum : 142 millimeter
- 1 Year brand warranty
From the manufacturer
Elected Cappuccino Top. Design meets functionality
Design with clean lines and high ease of use characterize Eletta Cappuccino Top, the super automatic that grinds coffee instantly to offer you an excellent espresso, at the touch of a button. Thanks to the Latte Crema System, it prepares excellent and creamy cappuccinos with a dense milk foam, at the appropriate temperature until the last drop.
Eletta Cappuccino Top: an excellent aroma at the touch of a button.
"Latte Crema System" patent
The carafe mixes air, steam and milk in an excellent way to create a thick and soft cream. The carafe can be stored in the refrigerator
The coffee is customizable thanks to the possibility of regular length, aroma and the level of grinding.
Milk Menu: high customization
Program to choose and customize milk-based drinks.
The touch of a button
The steel touch control panel with 2-line text display offers excellent simplicity in choosing and personalizing your drink.
Integrated coffee grinder
Made of stainless steel, it has 13 levels of grinding adjustment in order to be able to choose the grinding thickness based on the taste and type of coffee.
Coffee beans container
The container has a capacity of 400 grams. The aroma protection lid keeps the coffee isolated from air and light, keeping the coffee fragrance intact
Top reviews from United Arab Emirates
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Suitable for home & office
Good quality , I am use it for more than 2 years and enjoying original taste of coffee
And i forget to say after a year still am having the best coffee in one click.
Fully automatic machine
Top reviews from other countries
Benefits of this machine
- very easy to use and saves a lot of time with one touch for most popular drinks
- ability to customise drinks to suit your taste
- automatic frother works very well and has several settings for the different drinks
- felt uneasy using pods environmentally and this machine grinds beans fresh
- we use the milk from this machine to make hot chocolate for our toddler as we feel safe it will not be too hot for her
- we do use this to make tea. Saves boiling the kettle and you can have hot milk too
- love seeing the different layers of the drink through the coffee mug
Points to note
- check the dimensions
- we have not yet had the joy of performing maintenance on this. But these machines will require regular filters, decalc and cleaning
- grinders are never going to be silent
- Lavazza coffee beans can be had relatively cheaper from Costco if you are a member
- Branded coffee cups can be very expensive. We have found the IKEA 365+ clear mugs a very suitable alternative. They do 2 sizes and we have found the smaller ones are a good size for the Cappucino and the larger ones for Lattes and the flat white coffees.
- Using a small tub under the "taps" when running a clean on the milk caraffe and when powering off the machine, means the drip tray has to be pulled out much less frequently
- Placing your coffee cup under the machine when it's turned on means it can get hot with the rinse.
- We always run a clean on the caraffe if it's come fresh out of the fridge just to help pre-warm it
- I have attached an image we have printed and laminated showing the different drinks that can be made. This is much easier to show to guests when they are deciding which drink they would like.
- The image also includes the different froth settings for the different drinks so will save you having to pull out the manual
We are relatively newbies to the world of coffee coming from a cultural background of tea drinkers. However we had recently been frequenting more and more Costa and then used the Aeropress with a separate frother at home. We have now moved onto this splendid device and now on average I will have at least 2 coffees a day from this machine (Cappucino in the morning and Flat White later in the day) and then the family have adhoc lattes throughout the day.
As always, if you find this review helpful please make sure to let me know. Knowing you've found it helpful motivates me to do more such reviews.
This machine is stunning to look at, I just love the black which compliments my kitchen and other appliances. My old machine was great but this one is a huge step up in terms of performance. It holds more water, it is quieter, it heats up quickly and holds nearly twice the amount of beans. It also has a replaceable filter so great for hard water areas and the splash tray and coffee grind container are massive compared to the old one which means less emptying. The milk carafe has also been redesigned going from a round container to a slimmer rectangular shape making it much easier to store in the fridge. Setting up is so easy, even if you have never used one before as the instructions are clear and easy to follow. Of course the quality of coffee produced is entirely based on the quality of beans used and it's worth shopping around as there are some wonderful beans about at very low prices.
Cleaning is very easy, it comes with all the tools you need and a free bottle of descaler. If this machine lasts as long as its predecessor then I will be very happy. An excellent coffee machine and I'm in coffee heaven.
- this is an elegant machine that aesthetically lives up to the money you spent on it. It feels solid and well made, the main body being of high quality plastic. With a few exceptions, most 'stainless steel' effect parts are actually plastic but also of a high quality, and it is not obvious they are not metal until you touch them. The buttons and display look good, are simple to use and have a nice feel. In a nutshell, is this is something you will be proud to have on your worktop and are likely to receive compliments from most people who visit you.
- whilst fairly narrow, this is not a small machine in terms of height (measure the space under your units before buying) and it is fairly deep – most likely it will come almost to the front of your worktop, a consideration if you are short on food preparation space.
- beware both the drip tray and warming rack will scratch if you are sliding rough textured cups around on them. A bit of care (and close supervision of guests!) will keep things looking pristine.
- as you’d expect the machine makes great espresso (but calls it a short coffee) for which you can adjust both the quantity and strength, meaning you can get it as you like it, with a decent crema. The smallest quantity you can dispense as a preset is 40ml, so not quite a ristretto but pretty close, but the ‘my coffee option’ (basically saves your strength/volume preferences) allows a minimum quantity of 20ml.
- there is also a long coffee option which taste-wise is essentially a filter coffee and noticeably a different drink from the short coffee. I suspect it is made at a lower pressure.
- this machine does not make a one-touch americano, but it can easily add boiling water to your espresso, thus creating the same drink with two-touches (or three if you want to stop the water early!).
- in the bean hopper there is a dial to select one of 7 grind settings, meaning you will find exactly what you need for the beans you are using and the drinks you usually have.
- I also really like the ground coffee option for both short and long coffee (haven't worked out yet if you can use this for the milk based drinks), which many machines do not offer. It is really useful if you are partial to flavoured coffees, have guests who demand decaf or if you occasionally fancy using something different from the beans you have in your hopper.
- the coffee temperature has four settings and is scalding hot on the highest, so no complaints there.
MILK BASED COFFEES
- this machine makes five one-touch milk based coffees - flat white, latte, cappuccino, caffelatte, and espresso macchiato - plus the option to dispense plain frothed milk (aka babycino), for which there is also a 'my milk' setting to save your favourite quantity.
- the machine controls the quantity of the coffee and milk in each drink, however all one-touch buttons can be reprogrammed to your own quantities if desired. If you fancy a different quantity just as a one-off, you can also cancel the milk while it is being dispensed to create a smaller stronger drink.
- the texture of the foam is controlled manually using a dial on the milk carafe. There are three settings: minimal froth (essentially just hot milk), medium froth (latte etc) and stiff froth (cappuccino). The machine does not remind you to change the dial, so if you forget you will get the wrong drink.
- the latte, cappuccino and espresso macchiato on this machine are excellent. Adding gingerbread syrup to my lattes gets me a drink equally as good as I've purchased out, and the cappuccino foam is impressively stiff.
- The flat white is less good; the quantities are way off and it's nothing like you would expect if you regularly purchase this drink on the high street. However, as mentioned above, you can reprogram the button to get a much more authentic result.
- as seems to be the case with most similar machines, the milk is not super hot, but once combined with the coffee it is more than hot enough for my taste. If you are using the plain milk to make hot chocolate then it would likely need drinking pretty quickly though. You can also use the steam wand to froth your own milk (not the machine doesn't come with a jug though) which yields a hotter result.
- the milk carafe is made of clear plastic, and fits nicely in the fridge door. It normally does me 5-6 drinks before needing topping up, and being clear you can easily see when it needs refilling, thus not wasting a drink by suddenly sucking on air half way through.
- it is easy to attach and detach from the machine and you are prompted to activate a steam cleaning cycle after every drink. I tend to do this when I have finished making a set of drinks which seems to work fine (beware it's a bit messy, so put an empty cup underneath first). Once a week I empty any milk left in the carafe to keep it fresh and give it a thorough clean under the tap - everything easily comes apart so this is a quick and simple procedure.
- the water tank is filled from the front (really useful if you plan to put it under your kitchen units) and can be topped up with a jug rather than taking it to the tap.
- the bean hopper is obviously on the top, and this can be tricky to fill without spilling beans everywhere if your machine is under your kitchen units (I tip my beans onto a plate and then slide them in).
- the machine cleans itself on both startup and shutdown which seems unnecessary. I don't really mind because the drip tray capacity is enormous, but it does seem to mean I refill the water reservoir at a greater rate than I am drinking.
- the cup warmer is moderately effective and could be of use if your kitchen is cold (you can set the machine to come on automatically at a set time in the morning, theoretically giving you warm cups when you wake up). I don’t use it however as I’d be at risk of knocking my cups off every time I opened the cupboard above.
- it’s worth registering the machine with DeLonghi. I’m not sure if they always have a welcome offer, but I got free espresso glasses, beans, cleaning equipment and a 1 year service.
Overall I am very pleased with this machine and hope it lasts me a long time. I'm not sure I could convince myself to part with the RRP, but at the price point it can usually be found at I feel like I've got myself good value for money. If you are struggling to decide on which machine to get, and aren't buying solely to make perfect flat whites, this is probably one of the best options for you to consider.
A) you really need convinience and want a decent coffee fast - this would be mostly a nespresso drinker. And if you were worried about capsule waste or just the high cost per capsule now averaging 40 cents there is another option which is a reusable capsule. You need to check which ones would work for your machine.
B) If you would like to drink coffee from fresh beans and your main drink type is coffee with milk (latte, capuccino, etc) then a bean to cup is definitely for you. This machine is a really good bean to cup. Its pretty easy to use (not as easy as a nespresso one) and gives you good coffee. To get a good coffee will be trial and error until you get the right grind for your beans. We are still trying to learn. With lavazza beans we are around 15 cents per capsule excluding the cost of the milk, so much lower than what we were spending in capsules. Also as some reviews here said, this machine uses a lot of water, when turning on and off but if this is to ensure the inside mechanism is clean I dont see any harm on it. You can save the water and water the plants.
C) Coffee for you is a hobby and you like to enjoy the full experience from the perfect grind to the pressure, quantity etc then something like a sage oracle would be perfect. It does require more work and more maintenance. But probably thats part of the experience too.
Myself: we drink around 3 coffees in the morning between me and husband. I drink decaff affer lunch. We both have a nespresso for the last 13 years and we were mainly drinking espresso. For us coffee means short ristretto size full of cream and body. In the morning I do like my capuccino. Whereas I love coffee since I can remember the reality is I dont have a lot of time to learn all the settings and clean the machine to keep it spot on. With this in mind Ill summarize below
1) really easy to use (but worth reading the instructions to setup). Once youve adjusted your settings it will be pretty easy to use on a daily basis. Would recommend a dirty coffee mug when turning on and off the machine.
2) For those that drink decaf you can use ground coffee for it so you dont have to swap the beans. I normally do a rinsing after I do a decaf to ensure its all clean and ready for the next espresso.
3) You can do milk based drinks at the touch of a finger. Im still using my aeroccino as I can make the capuccino foam for a single drink without leaving anything in the container and its easier to clean I find.
4) You get the chance to use fresh beans and find the coffee that suits your taste buds.
5) The grind settings for this type of machine are not bad at all. We are still trying to learn the best combo between coffee strenght and grind.
6) pretty straightforward to clean so far and would definitely recommend a water filter to avoid a lot of descaling. I have the delonghi filters but thinking of trying the charcoal stick which I use on my water bottle to see if the machine would cope with it just to avoid plastic waste.
1) The body / cream levels are more 'watery' than a nespresso. To reach this conclusion weve used the same beans on the nespresso (reusable capsule) by using the manual grinder and the eletta and even though they both look really creame the body of the nespresso was better. Theres something quite powerful of using the capsule and all that pressure inside. If only there was a machine that had a really good and compatible reusable capsule it would be fab.
2) coffee waste - here nothing wrong with the eletta as such as all of the non capsule machines suffer from the same sin. The amount of coffee needed for an espresso is almost 3 times higher than the nespresso even though its a lot cheaper than if you buy the capsules. I just wish this machines could be more efficient with coffee usage. Maybe one day.
3) Lack of cup warmer - it looks like its there but does nothing. The model above comes with the menu setting which allows to turn this feature on and off. Some people complain about coffee temperature so this would help. What I use instead is the water from turning on the machine and throw it away before taking my coffee. You can also warm your cup in the microwave.
Ill be honest here, if there were really good reusable capsules out there I would have kept the nespresso longer as the espresso has more body. But overall for the coffee user I'm happy (my husband is not as he drinks more espresso than me).
So hope this review is helpful to you.