Lelit Elizabeth V3 Double Boiler PID arrive Set 2020

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Elizabeth Double Boiler 1 group 110 volt 

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Lelit PL92T Elizabeth V3 Dual Boiler Espresso Machine

V3 (Arriving September 2020) – New LCC Display called Software505

  • The coffee boiler temperature goes up to 95 degrees C (203 degrees F).

  • Economy mode: Allows users to disable the steam boiler at the push of the minus sign for 3 seconds. If the “E” lights up, then the machine is in Economy Mode.

    When you want to get out of Economy Mode, then hold the minus sign for 3 seconds again.

  • Reserve mode: Active if the water stops coming out during an espresso shot. Users can finish performing the extraction WITHOUT wasting any espresso. The LCC display shows a tap icon next to the icon of the brewing time. Coffee comes out for the other 60 seconds. When the supply ends, the “lack of water” icon appears on the LCC display.

  • Extraction time – Users will see this on the LCC for 20 seconds at the end of supply.

  • Steam temperature – Users can lower the temperature to 115 degrees C (239 degrees F) from 135 degrees C (275 degrees F) for low-pressure pre-infusion.

  • Real temperature – Push button “+.” The first one is the temperature of the coffee extraction. The second is the steam temperature.

  • Automatic purge – An automatic cooling flush that will let users have an ideal temperature for extraction. Users can turn the function on prior to the brewing phase by pressing Coffee Button 1 and Coffee Button 2 simultaneously. Then, the “drop” icon will show up. The function can go from 1 to 6 seconds. The set-up value is 5 seconds.

  • Coffee blooming 1 and 2 – Works in Phase 1 of pre-infusion (WITH the steam boiler on) by adding water from the tank to improve the temperature of the pre-infusion for the espresso extraction. Hit the minus sign and select “BLS1” (or “BLS2”) from the technical menu. The coffee blooming function can go from 1 to 10 seconds. The coffee blooming function turns on automatically when making a coffee with the pre-infusion preset.

  • Pump blooming 1 and 2 – Users can do pre-infusion WITHOUT the steam boiler on. Users can add water from the tank while using the pump power. Hit the minus sign and select “BLP1” (or “BLP2”) from the technical menu. The pump blooming function can go from 1 to 10 seconds. The pump blooming function turns on automatically when making a coffee with the steam boiler OFF and this function ON.

  • V3 Updated Internal Features

    • New cross fitting – NOW has a metal cross fitting rather than a plastic one.

    • New expansion valve – NOW above the coffee boiler for user convenience.

    • New anti-vacuum valve – A plastic pipette is also included, which will direct water from the anti-vacuum valve to the drip tray.

    • New temperature probe and level probe – Improvement over older versions.

    • Removal of old valve for self-starting pump.

    • Incorporated newer 2020 Lelit silent pump system.

  • New on the V2 

    • 2 safety thermostats
    • Upgraded steam knob
    • Note – The Lelit Elizabeth Version 2 will state “V1” on the box. Machines with a production date of October 2019 are confirmed to be the Lelit Elizabeth Version 

    Dual boiler system

    • Coffee boiler – 0.3 liter The coffee boiler is made brass which retains heat better than stainless steel. Typically brass boilers are more susceptible to limescale compared to stainless steel boilers. We highly recommend utilizing the water softener included with the machine.
    • Steam boiler – 0.6 liter (600 ml) – Made of the quality stainless steel. A truly made boiler will outperform any thermoblock typically found on competitive models in Elizabeth’s price class! 1000 watts. Electricity alternates between boilers, unless the steam boiler is off.


    • Wide passive cup warmer.
    • Stainless steel, push button switches with backlights when engaged.
    • Wide water tray in stainless steel complete with self-cleaning grate.
    • Brushed stainless steel body.

    Group head

    • 3 way solenoid valve to dry up the coffee powder.

    Vibratory pump

    • Efficient – 41 watts, rated up to 15 bar with air valve bypass. Only 9 bar is needed to extract espresso, and wattage has no correlation to longevity.
    • Cost effective – Pumps will degrade in performance over time. Replacing a vibration pump will be lest costly than a rotary vane pump.