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Flair 58x - Fully Manual Espresso Maker (Non-Electric)

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The Flair 58x is the perfect espresso press for people who want to focus on workflow and quality. Featuring Flair’s first industry standard 58mm portafilter, a more robust frame and T-grip lever for ease of extractions at higher pressures, you can now choose between the non-electric version (Flair 58x) or the electric version, which adds a preheat controller (Flair 58). Whether you’re an experienced barista or just starting out, the Flair 58x is the perfect tool to help you create delicious espresso drinks with ease.


Flair 58x is the newest gold standard in manual espresso! Just in a completely non-electric version. Unlock the potential of your espresso.


The Flair 58x is the gold standard in manual espresso from Flair. Unlock the true potential of your extraction. The 58mm portafilter, robust frame and lever, and Preheat Temperature Controller make extractions easier and more consistent. Plus, the new valve plunger with puck screen ensures a perfect extraction every time. With its three heat settings, Flair 58x is perfect for any coffee lover!


The Flair 58x comes available in two variations;


  • Base Model - includes a low-flow 18 gram basket
  • Base Plus - includes an additional straight walled high-flow 18 gram basket




Fully-Manual, Professional Grade, Lever Press


  • Handcraft café-quality espresso at home
  • Manual process and integrated pressure gauge for precise brew variable control
  • Immediate feedback while brewing allows for real-time adjustments 


    Professional Grade 58mm Barista Portafilter


    • Wooden handle for advanced ergonomics
    • Use any standard 58mm portafilter basket, tamping & distribution tools
    • Mirror dialing-in process of specialty coffee industry


    Enhanced Usability


    • Wide base for stability during extractions
    • Elongated lever for ease of pulling at higher pressures
    • T-grip for lever comfort and control
    • Advanced mechanical workflow allows for rapid-fire extractions


    Premium Build with Elegant Finishes


    • Stainless steel components for a plastic-free brew path
    • Die-cast aluminum frame to withstand years of extractions
    • Metal components backed by limited 5-year warranty
    • Deluxe wooden accents

    What's in the box:


    • Flair 58x Base
    • Flair 58x Lever Assembly
    • Flair 58x Brew Head with Valve Plunger
    • Flair 58x Pressure Gauge with Stainless Steel Stem
    • Puck Screen
    • 58 mm Portafilter and 16-22 gram basket (additional high-flow basket available)
    • 58 mm Tamper
    • Flair 58x Preheat Cap
    • Flair 58x Drip Tray
    • Flair 58x Quick Start Guide



    • COLOUR: Black
    • SIZE: 508 x 355.6 x 152.4mm / 20 × 14 × 6in
    • WEIGHT 3.63kg / 8lb
    • BREW HEAD: Flair 58x
    • RESEVOIR CAPACITY: 90ml / 3.04fl
    • PORTAFILTER DIAMETER: 58mm / 2.28in
    • MAX OUTPUT: 55ml / 1.86fl




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