Looking for a light commercial or home espresso machine? Great, we're here to help! We often get asked what the differences are between the La Marzocco GS3 MP and Slayer Espresso Single Group espresso machines. Here's our quick comparison to help you make the best decision for your environment.
La Marzocco GS3 MP: The GS3 boasts nearly a century of espresso machine innovations in a compact, 110v platform.
Slayer Single Group: Whether it’s the cornerstone of your cafe or the prize jewel in your kitchen, the Slayer Espresso Single Group is unmatched in design and innovative technologies.
- Mechanical Paddle Operation:
- The barista manually controls pre-infusion and pressure during the shot. The barista starts and stops the shot to achieve the preferred coffee volume.
- Dual Boiler System:
- Separate boilers optimize espresso brewing and steam production
- PID Temperature Control:
- Allows you to electronically control coffee & steam boiler temperatures
- Machine Footprint:
- GS3 MP Dimensions: 15"H x 16"W x 21"D
- Slayer Espresso Dimensions: 13"H x 18.5"W x 23"D
- Water Connection:
- GS3 MP: 3.5-liter water reservoir makes plumbing optional
Slayer Espresso: Direct connect/plumb-in required
- GS3 MP Periscope Pressure Gauge:
- Monitor pressure at coffee during extraction
- GS3 MP Conical Valve:
- Improved longevity and increased pressure manipulation ability
- Slayer Espresso Needle Valve:
- Patented needle valve for restricted flow rate aka Pre Brew
- Slayer Espresso Touchscreen Menu:
- Using just a simple touch, you can make changes to the temperature, monitor the steam tank pressure, and activate the automated group cleaning system
- Slayer Espresso Wood Accents:
- Handcrafted with wood handles and actuators
- Price Points:
- GS3 MP: $7,500
- Slayer Espresso: $9,450