The Eversys espresso machine lineup continues to amaze business owners with its consistency. If you’re stuck between choosing the Eversys Cameo models, keep reading.
The Eversys lineup is split up into three different submodels: the Enigma, the Cameo, and the Shotmaster. While all models will have the basic features of creating a high-quality cup of coffee with minimal effort, there are a few subtle differences between them. Depending on the needs of your business, these minor changes could be everything you’ve ever wanted.
If you’re in a hurry, we have a quick breakdown of the Eversys Cameo below.
The Eversys Cameo Classic is a straightforward machine designed for small to medium-volume settings that strictly serve coffee.
The Eversys Cameo Traditional is a little more complex, providing both coffee and hot water for businesses that receive a wide variety of orders.
- If you need to know the finer details of each machine, continue reading our guide.
Eversys Cameo Features (and What They’re Good For)
The Eversys Cameo Superautomatic Espresso Machine gives you a streamlined powerhouse with a focus on high-end productivity. If your business struggles with employee turnover, this submodel will provide you with the means of maintaining consistent drink quality.
Ceramic Burr Grinder Provides Deliciously Subtle Coffee
The type of grinder you use for coffee means the difference between an unforgettable cup and a bland drink. The Eversys Cameo is equipped with two 64mm ceramic burrs to keep your grind size as even as possible.
The grinding time of the Eversys Cameo hovers between 5 to 8 seconds, which pairs nicely with the 30-second extraction time.
Reduce Training With the Easy Touchpad and Superautomatic Design
Learning the art of crafting a latte takes a little time and practice. The Eversys line-up snips this time in half with its refined superautomatic design. With just the press of one or two buttons, it’s easy to create a delicious, high-quality drink.
The Eversys is still equipped with a flexible steam wand so baristas can craft delicate latte art on the fly.
The eClean Feature Cuts Down on Maintenance Time
Cleaning up after a hard day’s work is exhausting at the best of times. The Eversys Cameo provides the eClean feature for your hardworking employees, allowing them to maintain the machine with just a button press.
Each machine is able to store up to a month’s worth of cleaning tablets. Each one is dispersed daily to maintain strict health and safety guidelines.
Use eConnect to Update and Modify Your Machine With Ease
Also known as the Telemetry feature, the Eversys Cameo boasts the ability to record essential information such as drink profiles and the machine’s current working parameters. All this data is then sent to the manufacturers for remote updates.
Do you record your daily, weekly, or monthly productivity to scale your business? The Eversys Cameo is able to do this automatically to cut down on recordkeeping and improve your performance. Management information is easily accessed by using the push or pull format.
Straightforward Modular Design for Fast Updates
Do you fear losing out on valuable productivity from a glitch or clog? The modular design of the Eversys Cameo makes it easy for trained personnel to fix errors fast.
The Eversys Cameo Classic vs Traditional: What’s the Difference?
Just like the Eversys Enigma, the Eversys Cameo is split into Classic and Traditional variations. Neither is better or worse: just different depending on the demands of your business.
The Eversys Cameo Classic provides swift and efficient productivity for small to medium sized businesses. This machine is able to craft up to 175 drinks per hour without losing consistent cup quality or overheating.
The Eversys Cameo Traditional is ideal for medium sized businesses that receive varied drink requests and intense rush hours. Not only can this machine create up to 175 espresso drinks in an hour, it can also create 170 hot water products simultaneously. If you receive a lot of requests for tea or hot chocolate, this is the version for you.
These machines are extremely similar, so expect these models to share the vast majority of features. The biggest differences lie in drink production rates. If you want more flexibility in your features, consider the Eversys Enigma or the Eversys Shotmaster instead.
Eversys Cameo Classic Submodel Breakdown
Each Eversys Cameo submodel is broken into two versions. Let’s take a look at which one you should consider purchasing for your business.
This Eversys Cameo does not have a steam module, which is suitable for businesses that strictly serve coffee.
This submodel is fully equipped with a hot water dispenser, steam wand, and the ability to tend to high-volume environments. This model comes with the 1-Step Milk Functionality feature, as well as the 2-Step Steam Wand feature.
Hotels, motels, and restaurants will love this machine for its buttery-smooth efficiency.
Eversys Cameo Traditional Submodel Breakdown
The Traditional version of the Eversys Cameo has a little more variety to offer.
The Super Traditional C2 is a little larger than the Classic C2. It’s able to produce 175 espresso drinks and 170 hot water drinks per hour.
Last but not least, the Super Traditional C2m is able to produce 175 espresso drinks and 170 hot water drinks per hour. It has the same features as the Cameo, but a slightly different size and aesthetic.
The Eversys Cameo is a must-have tool for medium to large businesses struggling against both low employee retention and high volumes of customers.
The Eversys Cameo Classic is a little smaller and is better suited for businesses that focus on coffee. The Eversys Traditional is more flexible, providing both high volumes of coffee drinks and hot water drinks.
If you need help figuring out which Eversys model to add to your business this year, reach out to our live chat or send us a message. We’re ready and waiting to get you today’s most competitive espresso machines.
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