la Pavoni Stradivari Lever Espresso Machine (16-Cup Wood & Chrome)

Write a Review
On Sale
  • la Pavoni Stradivari Espresso machine (16-Cup Wood & Chrome)
  • la Pavoni Stradivari Espresso machine (16-Cup Wood & Chrome)
Now: $1,399.99
Was: $1,999.99
— You save $600.00



A stunning new design for la Pavoni makes this a machine you will be proud to use and display! New 52 mm group design and portafilter for even beter extraction. The Stradivari features a 16-cup boiler, boiler pressure gauge, on-demand steaming and a dual steaming system (auto frother and traditional frother).


Powerful Boiler
The la Pavoni Professional comes with a 1000 watt element, insuring quick and fast heat up time. 

40oz Boiler Capacity
Capable of making 16, 2 oz cups of espresso. 

Pre-brew Infusion
Extract the most creama out of your shots with pre-brewing every pull. 

52 mm Brass Portafilter
The newly designed portafilter now allows for better extraction while the brass material provides consistency in the temperature.

Single & Double Baskets
Equipped with stainless steel single and double baskets.


Instant Steam
Once the la Pavoni is up to temperature, simply turn the steam knob and dry steam will dispense instantly.

3 Hole Steam Wand
Steam like a barista with the la Pavoni steam wand.

General Features

Water Level Indicator
The glass sight glass attached to the left side of the machine displays water level in the boiler. Eliminating the step to see if there's water in the boiler. 

Boiler Pressure Gauge
With the 16 cup la Pavoni you can now visually detect  the boiler pressure for accurate espresso results. 

Drip Tray
Clean up made easier with la Pavoni removable drip tray and grate. 

Power Button
Power button on the Stradivari is now located on the front of the unit. Disguised as the la Pavoni logo. The green indicator light is now located on the body. 

Safety Fuse
On all the new la Pavoni lever machines they've attached a boiler reset safety fuse. If the boiler temperature exceeds beyond 127 degrees Celsius, the safety fuse will trip, cutting power off from the element.

Stainless Steel Element
The stainless steel heating elements last much longer than the standard elements. ETL listed. 


Antonio Stradivari's Violins
The design inspiration was drawn from the works of world famous violin make Antonio Stradivari from Cremona, Italy! The base resembles the outline of a violin case and the lever draws its from the bow - a true work of art! This is a espresso machine design for those appreciating both form and function and will inspire you every morning for years and years to come!

16 Cup Boiler
la Pavoni uses a nickel plated solid brass boiler for consistent and stable boiler temperatures.

la Pavoni gives this a world class triple plated chrome finsih with chrome base. Making this one of the most popular and most recongnized lever espresso machine. 

Handles & Knobs
Hand crafted rosewood handles and knobs. 

The following items are included by la Pavoni with this unit:

  • Double Spout Portafilter
  • Single Basket
  • Double Basket
  • Plastic Coffee Scoop
  • Plastic Tamper
  • Auto Cappuccino Frother
  • Espresso Cleaning Detergent (7g)
  • DVD

*Items may change without prior notice.

View AllClose

Additional Information

la Pavoni
Manufactured in:
Wood and Chrome
Body Material:
Plated Brass
Dimensions (H" x W" x D"):
32 x 20 x 29
Amperage (Circuit):
Boiler Type:
Single Boiler
Boiler Size:
Boiler Material:
Element Wattage:
Boiler Autofill:
Active Cup Warmer:
Element Control:
Portafilter Type:
Tamper Size:
Pod Capable:
Volumetric Dosing:
Fixed at 1 oz
Pump Type:
Maximum Pump Pressure:
No Pump
Operating Brew Pressure:
Backflush Capable:
Water Reservoir Size:
Boiler Only
Heat Up Time:
5-10 Minutes
Steam Wait Time:
Automatic Frothing:
View AllClose

1 Review

  • 4
    Getting back to basics.

    Posted by Martin on 2014 Oct 28th

    My main machine is dual boiler PID controlled. It pulls consistent shots. This machine is a bit of an art form in both appearance and function. It is often referred to as a peacock on forums. With the wood handles it is truly beautiful. As to function this takes a bit of practice. Dosing and tamping is straightforward. There are a couples of tricks that will make you shots better. Purge hot air after filling, insert portafilter when pushing lever up 3/4 of the way up and perform the fellini maneuver to maximize filling. The rest is up to you developing the right touch/feel. Target the extraction for 24 to 30 seconds whilst maintaining "mouse tail" stream. With a bit of practice you will be pulling fantastic shots. And, Oh, did I mention it is beautiful?

View AllClose