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Breville BES980BSS1BCA1 the Oracle™

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The Breville Oracle breaks new ground as a bridge between manual and automatic espresso machines. This dual-boiler features a built-in grinder and tamping system, programmable shot volumes, automatic milk frothing, PID temperature control, and more. The Oracle truly is an all-in-one home espresso solution.

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The Breville Oracle breaks new ground as a bridge between manual and automatic espresso machines. This dual-boiler features a built-in grinder and tamping system, programmable shot volumes, automatic milk frothing, PID temperature control, and more. With the Oracle you get nothing less than an all-in-one home espresso solution that combines innovative features with modern technology. 

Features & Benefits

The Oracle’s integrated grinder features Baratza European Precision Burrs and can be adjusted to one of 45 different grind settings, making dialing in for specialty roasts a breeze. The automatic grinding system automatically grinds, doses, and tamps 22 grams of coffee for the perfect dose every time. Or, practice your barista skills and dose yourself, whichever you prefer. 

The Oracle is also a dual-boiler machine. The dual stainless steel boilers and group head temperatures are controlled via PID, so you know you’re getting accurate temperatures when extracting. The automatic pre-infusion gently wets the puck before brewing at full 9-bar pressure in order to extract maximum flavor potential from specialty coffees. 

Finally, the Auto MilQ system automatically produces silky smooth microfoam perfect for pouring latte art with no skill required—just set your desired milk temperature and texture and let the machine do the rest. Of course, you can turn this off and froth your own milk if you’re looking to boost your barista skills.

Why You Should Get It

If you want to transform your kitchen into the ultimate home cafe with a single purchase, here’s your chance. The Breville Oracle is a powerful dual-boiler machine that allows you to brew and steam simultaneously. Plus it’s got a built-in grinder capable of precision dosing and a ton of built-in supports to help aspiring home baristas learn the skills necessary to brew delicious beverages with ease. 

You won’t need any barista skills to make great drinks with the Oracle, but you’ll continue to appreciate this machine after you begin to develop them. It will hold your hand as much (or as little) as you like, making it a great first espresso machine for someone who doesn’t want to have to buy a second one anytime soon.

  • Commercial-Grade 58mm Group

    Unlike other Breville espresso machines, the Oracle features a commercial-grade 58mm group head and comes with a 58mm stainless steel portafilter.

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  • Low-Pressure Pre-Infusion

    Prior to brewing at full pressure, the Oracle gently wets the coffee puck with low-pressure water for a fuller, more thorough extraction.

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  • PID-Controlled Brew Temperatures

    Brew temperatures can be adjusted via the PID controller for the perfect extraction no matter what roast you’re working with.

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  • Volumetric or Timed Extraction Control

    Program single- and double-shot extractions by time or volume dispensed. Or, time your own shots using the PID display which doubles as a shot timer during extractions.

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Specifications

Property Value
SKU BES980BSS1BCA1-WLL
Boiler Configuration Independent Steam and Brew
Number of Boilers 2
Boiler Features Rapid Steam,Brew & Steam Simultaneously
Brew Boiler Heater Location Internal
Brew Boiler Material Stainless Steel
Brew Boiler Type Heat Exchanger
Brew Unit Material Plastic
Brew Group Size (mm) 58 mm
Recommended Application Home / Residential
Display Type LCD (Monochromatic)
Controls and Additional Features Adjustable Coffee Strength,Adjustable Coffee Dosage,Brew Temperature Display,Clock / Timer,Cup Volume Control,"Decalcification Needed" Indicator,Easy to Rotate,Pre-Infusion,Programmable Brewing,Temperature Control
Pressure Gauges Brew Circuit
Type of Controls Push Button
Cup Warmer Material Aluminum
Cup Warmer Actively Heated
Drip Tray Cover Material Stainless Steel
Drip Tray Material Aluminum
Portafilter Baskets Included Single
Number of Grinders 1
Dispensing Method Doser
Bean Hopper Capacity (Oz) 8
Grinding Method Burr
Programmable Grinding Double
Bean Hopper Material Plastic
Housing Color Stainless Steel
Housing Material Stainless Steel
Recommended Water Filter Breville Water Filters
Depth (Inches) 16.25
Property Value
Height (Inches) 18
Weight (Lbs) 35
Width (Inches) 15
Filter Diameter (mm) 58
Portafilter Handle Material Plastic
Portafilter Material Stainless Steel
Number of Portafilters Included 1
Ground, E.S.E., Pod and Capsule Compatibility Ground Coffee
Portafilter Type Commercial Style
Pump Type Vibration Pump
Number of Grinder Settings 40
Warranty Service Provider Breville
Warranty Service Provider Phone Number 866-273-8455
Manufacturers Warranty Period 2-Year Limited Warranty
Volt 110V-120V (US)
Watts 1800
Capsule or Pod Compatibility Not Compatible with Capsules
Steam Boiler Heater Location Internal
Steam Boiler Material Stainless Steel
Steam Boiler Type Heat Exchanger
Steam Wand Features No-Burn
Steam Tip Hole Count 4
Steam Wand Material Stainless Steel
Steam Wand Movement Type Fixed
Water Reservoir Access Location Rear
Water Reservoir Capacity 84
Water Reservoir Features Removable,Visible Level Indicator
Water Reservoir Material Plastic
Water Source Built-In Reservoir

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