Miele is now offering even greater pleasure and convenience with their latest countertop coffee maker.
The new CM 7500 is able to prepare up to 20 different beverages, including various types of tea, and even features an automatic descaling programme.
The understated design and compact footprint of the CM 7500 successfully hides the level of advanced technology employed in this latest Miele coffee maker.
The self-explanatory C-Touch coloured TFT display in the front of the machine provides convenient and intuitive access to all programmable functions with the touch of one finger.
With the CM 7500, lovers of fine coffee can slip effortlessly into the role of barista. The machine comprises no less than 16 different coffee variations alone.
The CupSensor recognises the height of the cup and automatically adjusts the height of the central spout to prevent splashes and ensure the perfect coffee temperature and best possible crema.
Further convenience features include the simultaneous preparation of two coffee specialities (One Touch for Two), the programming of up to 10 different user profiles and LED lighting for the spout unit (BrilliantLight).
After making coffee with milk, all components that carry milk are rinsed automatically to ensure optimum hygiene.
Like all Miele appliances, the CM 7500 complies with all applicable local and international standards and regulations.
An integrated system lock can be activated to prevent the machine from unauthorised or unintended use, i.e. by children.
The fact that Miele products are used longer in the home than other brands before being resold or disposed of due to a defect was validated in a 2006 study performed by the German consumer research organisation GfK: according to this study, new Miele appliances remained in use after their initial purchase for an average of 17.0 years, whilst the average useful life of other brands was only 13.7 years.
Given its superior technology and long life expectancy, the initial investment in this Miele coffee machine does represent outstanding value for money in the long term.
In view of the fact that the well-established range of Miele coffee machines has already proven its commercial viability on international markets, as well as in Australia, for many years, Miele is confident of also achieving a positive return on the investment for this latest model.
In addition to 16 different coffee variations, the CM 7500 will also brew different types of tea at their ideal temperature.
Compared to previous Miele coffee machines, the CM 7500 features larger containers for water, beans and coffee grounds. Another new convenience feature is the coffee and tea pot function: if required, the unit can deliver up to eight cups into a pot.
Thanks to a removable brew unit and the automatic rinsing of milk lines, Miele coffee machines already set standards when it comes to hygiene. And this latest model now even features an automatic descaling programme. The descaling agent is dispensed from a cartridge which lasts approximately one year under normal household use.
In the energy-saving eco mode option, the appliance only heats up automatically just before the preparation process starts.
To facilitate the disassembly and sorting or metals and other materials, Miele has reduced the number of different metals and screw types it uses and labels plastic parts in accordance with the ISO 11469 international standard.
The recyclability of Miele’s packaging materials is also an important factor. Miele uses primarily cardboard, wood, EPS and polyethylene foil in the packaging of its domestic appliances.