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Brew truly Italian-style coffee with OnBuy's range of moka pots. Shop iconic Bialetti moka pots, as well as quality stainless steel and induction options. Enjoy deep, rich tasting coffee to help you start your day right - don't put up with bitter instant blends, have quality homebrewed coffee with OnBuy's range of moka pots.
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Start your day right with a rich and energising mug of coffee, home-brewed using your own moka pot. With stainless steel moka pots, you can easily make great-tasting fresh coffee using your hob.
Unless you're a true early bird, getting going in the morning can be a real chore and that first mug of coffee is needed to set you up for the day; when it's so important to start your day right, why make do with bitter supermarket instant coffee.
As well as traditional stainless steel options, the OnBuy range features induction moka pots for compatible hobs, plus larger three-cup moka pots for when one coffee just isn't enough or you're sharing on a lazy Sunday mornings. There are also electric moka pots so you can enjoy quality coffee away from home.
Buy the best moka pot names, which can be found in the OnBuy range for a great price and with free delivery: shop iconic Bialetti moka pots that are named after the gadget's Italian inventor, Alfonso Bialetti.
Is moka pot coffee as strong as espresso?
You can get a deep and rich brew with a quality moka pot, but it can't recreate the pressures used in espresso machines, meaning it will generally not be as strong. However, given the cost of home espresso machines, which can run into the hundreds of pounds, moka pot coffee is close in quality but significantly more affordable to make.
How do moka pots work?
Moka pots work by using pressure differences to force hot water from the bottom of the pot through the ground coffee and filters in the middle, producing revitalising fresh coffee in the top chamber that you can pour out.
Most moka pots, like the stainless steel options in the OnBuy range, can be used on your hob at home - that then heats the water in the bottom chamber, causing the pressure difference that forces it upwards through the ground coffee beans.
If you have an induction hob, be sure to check that your moka pot is induction-compatible as only some types will work.