Aviatore Veloce Espresso Machine

Nov 2, 2018

Category: Gear

After three years of successfully making fully functioning espresso pod brewers that look like Formula 1 racing engines, designer and engineer Paolo Mastrogiuseppe decided to move onto a completely different configuration. His newest release, the Aviatore Veloce, is in the shape of a prototype military jet engine, making both espresso and tea through a high pressure brewing system.

Built from of a combination of aviation grade aluminum alloy, stainless steel, and aluminum bronze, this brewer looks complex and maybe even menacing – but it is completely user friendly. After plugging the 61 pound beast in, all you have to do is slide open the back, pour in some purified water, drop some freshly ground coffee into the filter, slide the machine shut, and choose between a small or medium cup of espresso. These things are made in limited number, and prices are available only on serious request. [Purchase]

Aviatore Veloce Espresso Machine 1

Aviatore Veloce Espresso Machine 2

Aviatore Veloce Espresso Machine 3

Aviatore Veloce Espresso Machine 4

Aviatore Veloce Espresso Machine 5

Aviatore Veloce Espresso Machine 6

HiConsumption is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

More From Gear

On's CloudTrax Hiking Shoe Keeps You Going for the Long Haul

These innovative sneakers are built with breathable recycled polyester.

Posted By Ethan Brehm


Ridge’s Summit Knife Is Ideal for Every Activity from Slicing to Woodwork

The sleek blade boasts an impressive hardness range of 55-62 HRC.

Posted By Yoni Yardeni

Featured Image

Nike ACG’s Gaiadome GORE-TEX Boot Finally Gets an Official Debut

The previously teased boot seems as sturdy as expected.

Posted By

Aug 12, 2022

Featured Image

On’s CloudTrax Hiking Shoe Brings City Style to the Trails

These attractive kicks are built with the brand's innovative CloudTec cushioning.

Posted By

Aug 12, 2022

Featured Image

Roofnest Debuts Its First-Ever Soft-Shelled Rooftop Tent

The Colorado-based company already makes the best hard-shelled tents on the market.

Posted By

Aug 11, 2022

Featured Image

Beams and Arc’Teryx Are Bringing Their Latest Collaboration to the States

The two global brands are celebrating the 25th anniversary of their partnership.

Posted By

Aug 10, 2022