Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine Review 2022: New Kid on the Block

After working as a professional barista for many years, Arne Preuss founded Coffeeness.

With a growing number of Chinese coffee drinkers, and private companies like Starbucks making waves in the country's domestic market, it was only a matter of time before I came across a Chinese espresso machine manufacturer.

Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine Review

With a growing number of Chinese coffee drinkers, and private companies like Starbucks making waves in the country’s domestic market, it was only a matter of time before I came across a Chinese espresso machine manufacturer.

The Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine is one of the company’s debut models, and I’ll tell you about how it performs in my Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine review. Let’s get to it!

Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine

Well Designed Newcomer!

Sleek design

Built-in conical burr grinder

Digital PID temperature control

Comes with loads of accessories

Rather bulky

Not an established brand

Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine Review Overview

Established in 2021, Cyetus is the new kid on the block of espresso machine manufacturers. Not only does the brand have to compete against heavy hitters like Breville and DeLonghi, it’s got almost no reputation or track record to fall back on. That alone could be enough to scare some home baristas away from buying this shiny new toy.

While I can’t fault people for preferring machines they know will be sound investments, I’m not willing to write the Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine off so quickly. Anyway, at $469.99, it’s reasonably priced for a semi automatic  – especially one that includes a built in grinder.

The look of this machine reminds me a lot of a glossier Breville Barista Express. You’ve got a bean hopper perched on top as well as a pressure gauge sitting proudly on the front panel.At this price, I was more than prepared to see a lot of plastic (and complain about it). However, to my surprise, the manufacturer uses a black stainless steel finish on most of this machine.Not everyone may appreciate the dark aesthetic of this machine, but I do quite like it. Maybe it’s not as classic as plain stainless steel, but it’s got its own moody charm.

As far as first impressions go, the Cyetus All in One doesn’t disappoint. I’m not sure if the manufacturer modeled this machine after the Barista Express, but from design alone, it certainly looks like it. And in that case, the real question becomes whether the Cyetus All in One is just a poor imitation of a Breville or can stand on its own merit.

All will be revealed in my Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine review, but you’ll have to keep reading to find out!

Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine Features

During my Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine review, I was happy to see a handful of impressive features cooking under the lid. Let’s take a closer look.

Size

I’d classify the Cyetus All in One as a mid sized machine. It’s too wide and tall for me to call this coffee maker compact  – not to mention that it clocks in at nearly 30 pounds (12.2 kilograms).

So, while I wouldn’t recommend this machine for RVs, campers or other tight spaces, it shouldn’t take up your entire kitchen counter. If nothing else, moving it around is sure to give you a workout. I mean, who needs a gym when your espresso maker doubles as a free weight?

User Interface

The Cyetus All in One user interface functions like a hybrid version of analog and touchscreen controls. There’s no screen or knobs, but the front panel has touch sensitive buttons.

If I’m being honest, I would’ve liked to have seen Cyetus take an extra step and add an LCD screen to this panel. As much as I appreciate analog controls and buttons, display screens tend to be more user-friendly.

As it stands right now, the buttons on the Cyetus All in One should be easy to decipher. Still, it may be tricky to tinker with more advanced settings, like the digital PID temperature control.

And as many buttons as light up the panel, their functions are relatively basic. Besides your power button, you’ll find two buttons with coffee bean symbols. Picking between these tells the machine to grind for one or two shots.

You’ve also got two buttons with coffee cup symbols, which communicate whether you’re pulling a single or a double espresso.

However, my favorite part of this user interface? Well, that’s obviously the pressure dial sitting smack dab in the middle. Granted, it does remind me of the speedometer you’d find in a sports car. With that said, the pressure gauge does serve a real purpose. Whenever you brew a shot of espresso,you can use the dial to assess your dose and grind size, depending on what range the needle is in.

For beginners, using the dial to troubleshoot common espresso mistakes can eliminate some of the learning curve. I also just think it’s a nice design feature, whether you need it or not. Ultimately, this is a no-frills user interface that should be relatively easy for newbies to navigate.

Burr Grinder

Coffee grinders and espresso machines go together like peanut butter and jelly. You can’t have one without the other. Well, you could just buy pre ground coffee, but you’ll have to sacrifice plenty of aroma and flavor if you do!

Of course, not everyone wants to drop another chunk of change on a coffee grinder after having spent hundreds of dollars on their espresso maker. For this reason, built in grinders tend to be a popular option, even if the machines demand a bigger investment up front.

Built in grinders can save you some money (and space), but they’re only worth the dough if the quality is there. Some manufacturers get away with slapping low quality grinders onto their machines and racking up the price.

As wary as I can be about built in grinders, the stainless steel conical burr grinder on the Cyetus All in One doesn’t disappoint.Conical burr grinders tend to be the staple on high end machines  – and for good reason. Not only do burr grinders help you get more consistent results, they often allow for more control over grind size. In other words, the conical burr grinder on this machine is a big plus.

You also get 30 grind settings to play with, which is more than double the settings you’ll get with the Barista Express. 

My only complaint about this grinder is the way that it forces you to change grind size. Rather than use a knob on the side or a button on the front panel, you’ll need to manually turn the bean hopper. Despite light “clicking” with each turn, you may have issues with overcorrecting or accidentally ending up on the wrong setting. Not a huge deal, but something to look out for.

Anti-Static System

Speaking of this burr grinder, I want to talk about one of its underrated features  – the anti static system. Espresso requires a fine grind, and depending on the grinder, static buildup can result in a mess. Not even a delicious cup of espresso can soothe the frustration of having to clean up grounds every morning.

The Cyetus All in One tries to get around this by including an anti static system on its built in grinder. It’s not a perfect feature, but it should help reduce some of that static buildup in the chamber.

Digital PID Temperature Control

Much like finding the right grind, maintaining a satisfactory temperature for espresso extraction can be tricky. Depending on the beans you’re using, incorrect brewing temperature can result in bitter coffee or a sour shot that makes you cringe.

With that said, having temperature control  – even if it’s limited  – can play a big role in being able to brew consistently good espresso. Fortunately, the Cyetus All in One and its digital PID temperature control do not disappoint in this area.

The PID temperature control allows you to adjust your brewing temperature within a specific range. Once you’ve set your temperature, your machine will keep it consistent.

If you ask me, having the ability to control brewing temperature is a major plus for this espresso maker. While you may find that the default temperature works just fine, having the option to experiment is what matters.

Boiler

Armed with a thermoblock heating system, the Cyetus All in One is a single boiler machine. While I would’ve liked to have seen a thermocoil system (or even a ThermoJet), I’m not exactly disappointed.

Thermoblocks are still durable, with quick heating times  – usually under a minute. As for having one boiler, this can be a bit inconvenient, depending on how you use your machine.

You won’t be able to steam milk and brew espresso at the same time, which can slow your morning coffee routine down by a few minutes. If you’re brewing more than one or two shots at a time, that also means waiting close to a minute between each pull.

This probably won’t be an issue if you’re only brewing shots for you or a partner. However, if you plan to regularly brew several shots back-to-back for friends or co-workers, you might want to look into double boiler machines. Otherwise, you’re bound to cause a few arguments between grouchy, coffee-deprived people about who gets the first cappuccino.

Dose Control Grinding

Remember those coffee bean buttons I mentioned earlier? Those relate to this machine’s dose control grinding feature. This allows you to grind for one or two shots straight into the portafilter, which is pretty standard for machines with built in grinders.

What’s more interesting to me is that this machine doesn’t allow for manual control over shot volumes. Whether you brew one shot or two, the volumes are already set and there’s no way to change them.

This is a little unusual for a semi automatic espresso maker. While manual espresso machines allow for complete control over shot volume, a lot of semi automatics offer both manual and pre programmed options. Some even come with the option to set your own shot volume with a memo function.

Still, I don’t think this has to be a deal breaker, especially if you’re used to relying on default shot volumes.

Milk Foam

Depending on who you ask, the manual steam wand on the Cyetus All in One is a boon or a letdown. I’m not surprised to see a manual steam wand on this machine, especially at this price range. You really don’t see automatic steam wands until you approach the $1,000 mark.

Still, manual steam wands can provide more control over the entire milk foam process. As a barista myself, that’s something I’ve come to appreciate over time.

While I’m on the subject, I don’t want to forget about the stainless steel milk jug you get with your purchase.It’s one of many accessories that Cyetus has included with this machine, but probably one of the most useful. After all, you won’t have much luck preparing an espresso macchiato or cortado coffee without it!

Portafilter

Bigger is not always better, and that extends to portafilter size. Granted, there’s not a ton of range for portafilters, and the 58 millimeter version you get with this machine is common. While the deeper basket might make it trickier to evenly tamp the grounds, it should result in even water dispersion.

Tamping

Equipped with a metal espresso tamper, I’ve got to give Cyetus a couple of points here. A lot of semi automatics include tampers, but far too many of them trade durable stainless steel for flimsy plastic. As if most home baristas aren’t going to end up upgrading to stainless steel if they want something that actually works!

Anyway, all that to say I was pleasantly surprised with the Cyetus All in One tamper. If you don’t already have a decent tamper in your toolbox, now you will. Having to manually tamp your grounds might feel like a chore, but at least you can do it with something that won’t melt in the microwave. For the record, that’s a joke  – please don’t put your tampers (metal or otherwise) in the microwave.

Accessories

All Included Accessoires of the Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine.

I’m used to manufacturers including freebies with the purchase, namely milk jugs, tampers and a couple of filter baskets. However, Cyetus takes it a couple of steps further by adding some accessories I doubt you’ll already have in your home barista arsenal. Along with the machine itself, you’ll find these items in the box: 

  • Metal tamper
  • Tamper mat
  • Two espresso glasses
  • Milk pitcher
  • Cleaning cloth 
  • Apron 

I can admit that an apron probably isn’t an espresso “essential.” However, if you really want to feel like a home barista (or just impress your friends), now you’ve got a way to look the part!

I also think a lot of people, minus complete beginners, will probably have most of these accessories already. Even so, it never hurts to have a spare. And if you are a rookie, you should have just about everything you need to get started.

Cup Height

I don’t have any complaints about the Cyetus All in One’s standard cup height. You should have no trouble fitting espresso cups under the spout, and you can always remove the drip tray for more space.

Even larger travel mugs or coffee thermoses shouldn’t be a problem. Short of trying to fit a gallon-sized pitcher under the spout, the cup height should be adequate. Of course, if you are trying to pull your shots into gallon-sized glasses, then I’ve got other questions for you!

Warranty

The Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine does include a one year warranty as well as “excellent after-sale service”  – or at least that’s what the manufacturer has promised.

While I’ve tried to give the Cyetus All in One the benefit of the doubt as a new machine from a new company, the warranty is one thing I’d be wary of. Cyetus doesn’t have the track record that other big names do.

That isn’t to say you shouldn’t invest in this machine. Still, I wouldn’t treat the warranty like an all-encompassing safety net.

How To Use the Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine

We’ve reached the best part of my Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine review. It’s time to talk about how to use this coffee maker.

A machine that isn’t easy to use can be a pain for anyone, no matter your experience level. Fortunately, the basic operation of the All in One isn’t rocket science. So, let’s get into how to pull a shot.

Drink Preparation

While I do wish the user interface used actual labels instead of symbols, the front panel is still intuitive from start to finish.

As with any hybrid machine, you won’t get far unless you add beans to the hopper and fill up the water tank. While you’re here, don’t forget to take a peek at the grind level to make sure it’s at your desired setting.

If this is your first time using the machine, I’d recommend starting with the default setting. For most machines, that’s usually smack dab in the middle. In this case, the grinder is probably preset to level 15 or close to it. Once you’ve gauged how well your shot turns out, you can decide if it’s time to make adjustments.

Next, it’s time to power on the machine. You should see the entire interface light up like a Christmas tree as the machine preheats. The wait time for most thermoblock systems is around 30 to 45 seconds, which is just enough time to twiddle your thumbs or check your emails.

Once the machine is ready to go, place the portafilter in the grinder cradle and press the correct coffee bean button. The machine will automatically start the grinding process, and you can use the cup warmer tray to heat up your espresso glass in the meantime.

Once grinding is complete, don’t forget to manually tamp your grinds, then twist the portafilter into the brew group. The last things you’ll need to do are press the one or two coffee cup buttons, put your glass under the spout and let the machine do its magic!

Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine Review Cleaning

My Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine review wouldn’t be complete without telling you how to clean the thing. I know that most home baristas don’t get as excited about cleaning and descaling as I do, but regular maintenance is crucial.

The biggest chore associated with cleaning this machine has got to be descaling. Depending on your water hardness, you’ll have to perform a cleaning cycle every couple of months. Fortunately, you don’t have to keep track of that time yourself  – the descaling light will let you know when it’s time to run a cleaning cycle.

As for manual cleaning, your best friend will be a damp cloth. Keep in mind that you do get a cleaning cloth amongst the big box of accessories that come with this machine.

You can count on emptying the drip tray regularly, wiping off the inside of the bean hopper and even the water tank. The machine’s black exterior means you may not see every stain, but I’d still do the occasional wipe down.

I don’t recommend using anything more extreme than a mild cleaner. A little water should do the trick most of the time, but be sure you keep this machine far away from the dishwasher. This includes removable components, like the bean hopper or the water tank.

Once a week or so, make sure to backflush the machine using [csutom-aff asin=”B001418KNS” text=”espresso machine cleaning powder” lang=”en”]. That’ll take care of any coffee oils that have accumulated in the brew group.

Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine Review Specifications

Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine
Manufacturer

Cyetus

Model number

CYK7601

Product category

Hybrid espresso machine

Housing material

Stainless steel

Color options

Black

Milk frother

Steam wand

User interface

Touch screen with buttons and dials

App

User profiles

Memo function only

Portafilter size

58 mm

Tamping

Manual

Removable water reservoir

Water reservoir capacity

94.7 fl oz / 2.8 l

Number of boilers

1

Pump pressure

15 bar

Maximum cup height

3.2 in / 8.1 cm

Grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Grind adjustment levels

30

Bean hopper capacity

8.8 oz / 250.0 g

Specialty drinks

4

Pre-infusion

Adjustable coffee temperature

Adjustable milk foam temperature

2-cup function

Yes

Hot water function

Hot milk function

Milk foam only option

Water filter

Power consumption

1450 W

Weight

27.0 lb / 12.2 kg

Dimensions

17.8 x 15.6 x 14.8 in
45.2 x 39.6 x 37.6 cm

Warranty

1 year

Notes

Included Accessories: Instruction booklet, Two espresso glasses, Tamper, Tamper mat, Milk pitcher, Apron, Cleaning cloth.

Current price on Amazon

$469.99

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Cyetus All in One vs Other Espresso Machines

This espresso maker has fared pretty well in my Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine review, but how does it hold up in comparison to other semi automatics? Let’s take a look!

Cyetus All in One vs Breville Barista Express

At $729.50, the Breville Barista Express is a little pricier than the Cyetus All in One, but it may be worth the investment.

Not only can you count on the award-winning Barista Express to provide consistent espresso, its digital PID temperature control is more advanced. It doesn’t have as many grind settings as the All in One, but it features an impressive conical burr grinder.

Earlier in my Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine review, I talked about this machine feeling like an imitation of the Barista Express. While there are some similarities here, I do think the Cyetus All in One stands on its own merit. Still, it’s missing some of the Barista Express signature moves, like pre infusion or manual shot control.

See Also: Breville Barista Express Hands-On Review 2022

Cyetus All in One vs DeLonghi La Specialista Arte

Another machine that isn’t a huge price jump at $499.95, the DeLonghi La Specialista Arte has a great track record.

While you’re getting fewer grinder settings, the La Specialista Arte includes three preset recipes in case you want to make anamericano or dispense hot water. Once again, the La Specialista is going to be the safer buy  – even if there’s a little less room to experiment with the grinder.

Related: Best DeLonghi Espresso Machine Review 2022

Cyetus All in One vs Calphalon Temp IQ with Grinder

The digital PID temperature control is one of the most impressive features of the Cyetus All in One, but that seems to be what the Calphalon Temp IQ with grinder specializes in. For $644.99, it’s almost at the same price point too.

Everything that the Cyetus All in One does, the Calphalon Temp IQ seems to do a little bit better. You’ve got 30 grind settings with the burr grinder as well as manual shot control. Another big upgrade on the Calphalon Temp IQ? It includes pre infusion, which can play an important role in consistent extraction.

Calphalon machines aren’t as famous as Breville or DeLonghi espresso makers, but after comparing these two machines head-to-head, the Calphalon Temp IQ definitely comes out on top.

See Also: Calphalon Temp IQ with Grinder Review 2022

Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine Review vs Others Comparison Chart

Cyetus All in One Espresso MachineBreville Barista ExpressDeLonghi La Specialista ArteCalphalon Temp IQ with Grinder
Manufacturer

Cyetus

Breville

De'Longhi

Calphalon

Model number

CYK7601

BES870XL/BES870BSXL

EC9155MB

BVCLECMPBM1

Product category

Hybrid espresso machine

Hybrid espresso machine

Hybrid espresso machine

Hybrid espresso machine

Housing material

Stainless steel

Stainless steel

Stainless steel with plastic parts

Plastic with stainless steel parts

Color options

Black

Black Sesame, Brushed Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel

Milk frother

Steam wand

Steam wand

Steam wand

Steam wand

User interface

Touch screen with buttons and dials

Buttons and dials

Buttons and dials

Buttons and dials

App

User profiles

Memo function only

Memo function only

Memo function only

Memo function only

Portafilter size

58 mm

54 mm

51 mm

58 mm

Tamping

Manual

Manual

Manual

Manual

Removable water reservoir

Water reservoir capacity

94.7 fl oz / 2.8 l

67.6 fl oz / 2.0 l

57.5 fl oz / 1.7 l

94.7 fl oz / 2.8 l

Number of boilers

1

1

1

1

Pump pressure

15 bar

15 bar

15 bar

15 bar

Maximum cup height

3.2 in / 8.1 cm

4.0 in / 10.2 cm

4.7 in / 11.9 cm

4.0 in / 10.2 cm

Grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Grind adjustment levels

30

16

8

30

Bean hopper capacity

8.8 oz / 250.0 g

8.1 oz / 230.0 g

8.8 oz / 250.0 g

8.8 oz / 250.0 g

Specialty drinks

4

2

0

1

Pre-infusion

Adjustable coffee temperature

Adjustable milk foam temperature

2-cup function

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Hot water function

Hot milk function

Milk foam only option

Water filter

Power consumption

1450 W

1600 W

1550 W

1450 W

Weight

27.0 lb / 12.2 kg

23.0 lb / 10.4 kg

21.5 lb / 9.8 kg

21.7 lb / 9.8 kg

Dimensions

17.8 x 15.6 x 14.8 in
45.2 x 39.6 x 37.6 cm

15.9 x 12.5 x 13.8 in
40.4 x 31.8 x 35.1 cm

15.8 x 11.2 x 14.3 in
40.1 x 28.4 x 36.3 cm

16.0 x 13.6 x 12.6 in
40.6 x 34.5 x 32.0 cm

Warranty

1 year

1 year

1 year

3 years

Notes

Included Accessories: Instruction booklet, Two espresso glasses, Tamper, Tamper mat, Milk pitcher, Apron, Cleaning cloth.

Included Accessories: Instruction booklet, Magnetic tamper, Trimming tool, Coffee scoop, Milk jug, Water filter and holder, Cleaning supplies.

Included Accessories: Cleaning brush and supplies, Single coffee filter, Double coffee filter, Stainless steel milk jug, Cleaning needle, Tamper, Tamping mat.

Included Accessories: Instruction booklet, Stainless steel milk jug, Tamper, Cleaning disc, Cleaning pin.

Current price on Amazon

$469.99

$729.50

$499.95

$644.99

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Cyetus All in One Espresso MachineBreville Barista ExpressDeLonghi La Specialista ArteCalphalon Temp IQ with Grinder
Manufacturer

Cyetus

Breville

De'Longhi

Calphalon

Model number

CYK7601

BES870XL/BES870BSXL

EC9155MB

BVCLECMPBM1

Product category

Hybrid espresso machine

Hybrid espresso machine

Hybrid espresso machine

Hybrid espresso machine

Housing material

Stainless steel

Stainless steel

Stainless steel with plastic parts

Plastic with stainless steel parts

Color options

Black

Black Sesame, Brushed Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel

Stainless Steel

Milk frother

Steam wand

Steam wand

Steam wand

Steam wand

User interface

Touch screen with buttons and dials

Buttons and dials

Buttons and dials

Buttons and dials

App

User profiles

Memo function only

Memo function only

Memo function only

Memo function only

Portafilter size

58 mm

54 mm

51 mm

58 mm

Tamping

Manual

Manual

Manual

Manual

Removable water reservoir

Water reservoir capacity

94.7 fl oz / 2.8 l

67.6 fl oz / 2.0 l

57.5 fl oz / 1.7 l

94.7 fl oz / 2.8 l

Number of boilers

1

1

1

1

Pump pressure

15 bar

15 bar

15 bar

15 bar

Maximum cup height

3.2 in / 8.1 cm

4.0 in / 10.2 cm

4.7 in / 11.9 cm

4.0 in / 10.2 cm

Grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Stainless steel conical burr grinder

Grind adjustment levels

30

16

8

30

Bean hopper capacity

8.8 oz / 250.0 g

8.1 oz / 230.0 g

8.8 oz / 250.0 g

8.8 oz / 250.0 g

Specialty drinks

4

2

0

1

Pre-infusion

Adjustable coffee temperature

Adjustable milk foam temperature

2-cup function

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Hot water function

Hot milk function

Milk foam only option

Water filter

Power consumption

1450 W

1600 W

1550 W

1450 W

Weight

27.0 lb / 12.2 kg

23.0 lb / 10.4 kg

21.5 lb / 9.8 kg

21.7 lb / 9.8 kg

Dimensions

17.8 x 15.6 x 14.8 in
45.2 x 39.6 x 37.6 cm

15.9 x 12.5 x 13.8 in
40.4 x 31.8 x 35.1 cm

15.8 x 11.2 x 14.3 in
40.1 x 28.4 x 36.3 cm

16.0 x 13.6 x 12.6 in
40.6 x 34.5 x 32.0 cm

Warranty

1 year

1 year

1 year

3 years

Notes

Included Accessories: Instruction booklet, Two espresso glasses, Tamper, Tamper mat, Milk pitcher, Apron, Cleaning cloth.

Included Accessories: Instruction booklet, Magnetic tamper, Trimming tool, Coffee scoop, Milk jug, Water filter and holder, Cleaning supplies.

Included Accessories: Cleaning brush and supplies, Single coffee filter, Double coffee filter, Stainless steel milk jug, Cleaning needle, Tamper, Tamping mat.

Included Accessories: Instruction booklet, Stainless steel milk jug, Tamper, Cleaning disc, Cleaning pin.

Current price on Amazon

$469.99

$729.50

$499.95

$644.99

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Verdict: Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine Review

Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine

Well Designed Newcomer!

Sleek design

Built-in conical burr grinder

Digital PID temperature control

Comes with loads of accessories

Rather bulky

Not an established brand

Coming from a new manufacturer, I wouldn’t be surprised if most people are wary of investing in the Cyetus All in One. Western brands like DeLonghi and Breville have had decades to establish themselves in a way that Cyetus hasn’t. Just take a look at  my home espresso machine guide 2022 if you don’t believe me.

While Cyetus may not be a Western brand, let’s not forget that most espresso parts and machines are already made in China. It was only a matter of time before China introduced its own manufacturer, especially given its growing market of coffee drinkers. What we need to accept is that a “Made in China” label just doesn’t come with the stigma it used to.

In the meantime, I wouldn’t be so quick to write off the Cyetus All in One. I’ll admit that it’s a riskier buy than from an established brand. However, as my Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine review proves, this baby is still packing a few impressive features under its hood.

I hope you enjoyed my Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine review! Do you think this semi automatic is the next big thing or just a big old flop? Let me know in the comments!

Cyetus All in One Espresso Machine Review FAQ

Since it’s so new, it’s too soon to tell whether Cyetus is a good brand. Right now, it’s simply an unproven brand. 

The Cyetus All in One is made in China, where the brand is established. 

Thanks to its simple user interface, the Cyetus All in One is relatively easy to use. 

The Cyetus All in One provides good value for the money, but it may be a riskier buy than other espresso machines. 

The Cyetus All in One has a passive cup warmer tray on top of the machine. 

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