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9Barista | Nomadic Travel Bag

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  • For The Nomad Barista

    Take your beloved 9Barista with you to brew espresso anytime and anywhere with the Nomadic Travel Bag.

    Featuring foam-padded lining and dedicated compartments for your 9Barista espresso machine, heat transfer plate, tamper and accessories—plus a space for your hand grinder—the travel bag is thoughtfully designed to keep all your equipment safe and secure while you're on the move.

    Made in the UK from 100% cotton canvas fabric, the bag's roll-top closure ensures a snug fit no matter what's inside, with a hydrophobic coating so you don't need to worry if hiking or camping in the rain.

  • Features

    Cotton canvas tote with roll-top closure and foam-padded lining for safe & secure storage and transportation of your 9Barista and accessories.

    Removable dividers ensure flexibility of storage and ease of cleaning.

    Hydrophobic coating on fabric provides added protection against rain.

    Three mounting points on the rear of the bag allow for versatile carrying and the ability to attach it to your backpack, or even to a panier rack on a bicycle.

    External hardware is manufactured from anodised aluminium, with high-quality YKK zips.


    Footprint: 26cm x 14cm.

    Designed & manufactured in the United Kingdom

  • About 9Barista

    William Playford, 9Barista’s founder, has two great passions in life; jet engines and espresso coffee. He started building jet engines as a teenager and went on to study jet engineering at Cambridge, while his love for good coffee started in Italy and slowly turned from love to something of an obsession.

    Realising that top quality espresso machines require the same three elements that jet engines do—high pressures, perfectly controlled temperatures and precision engineered components—William decided that if anyone could engineer a small but perfectly formed home espresso machine, it was him.

    Five years later, 9Barista—the first ever jet-engineered stovetop espresso machine—was born.

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