La Marzocco GS3 Espresso Machine


La Marzocco
The Legend Continues

The latest iteration of La Marzocco's GS3 series incorporates market-leading technology, handmade production and a compact footprint.

The Automatic Volume (AV) model allows you to programme the shot length through a digital interface and start the shot at the push of a button. The Manual Paddle (MP) model version features a contemporary version of the original, classic paddle switch, which rotates across the group head to start and stop the shot. Both versions feature the thermal stability system used in the La Marzocco Strada, a digital PID, saturated groups and the hallmark a dual-boiler system.

While standard OOTB (out of the box) machines are available, we specialise in creating custom machines to suit your home, office or business.


Customise your GS3 to create a unique machine:
• Walnut or oak side panels, paddle (MP only), steam lever, and group head cap
• Specify the body colour
• Gold or bronze coloured group head ring and panel nuts


Have a specific vision or requirement? We can design and produce your dream GS3 machine. Contact us for details.


Designed and made by La Marzocco in Florence, Italy

Powerful Boilers

Separate water (1.5l) and steam boilers (3.5l) so you can stretch milk while extracting coffee

Unbox and Set Up

Plug straight into a standard UK socket. Use water reservoir (3.5l) and drip tray, or plumb water and/or waste

Digital Inteface

Control boiler temperature, shot duration, timer, hot water and standby settings through the digital control

Accessories Included

Steel tamper; 12 oz steam pitcher; one steel portafilter with single spout or double spout fitting; and five portafilter baskets, 7 gr, 14 gr, 17 gr, 21 gr, and blind; plus Puro Caf espresso machine cleaner


circa 40 (w) x 53 (d) x 36 (h) cm

Delivery Times

OOTB machines are dispatched immediately

Most customised machines are delivered within four weeks



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