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Material
Stainless Steel
Brand
Bialetti
Color
Stainless Steel
Capacity
6 Cups
Item Weight
68 Grams

  • Makes 6 Espresso Cups = 10 fl. Oz.
  • Stainless Steel construction good for all heat sources including induction. Not Dishwasher Safe
  • Ready in 4-5 minutes ; Approximate Total Height (cms) 20.0 ; Approximate Width (cms) at bottom of base is 10.5
  • Fits right on the stovetop
  • Features a black nylon heat-resistant handle

Bialetti 06969 Venus Stovetop Espresso Coffee Maker, 6-Cup, Stainless Steel

For those preferring a smoother coffee taste, Bialetti’s stainless stove-top pots embody our legendary ease-of-operation in sleek contemporary designs.Bialetti’s legacy of quality and reliability lives on in these lines of coffee makers crafted in high-quality 18/10 stainless with ergonomic, heat-resistant handles. Now everyone can have the beverages they crave and a look they love.

Features:

  • Size-6 Cups
  • Fl-Oz-10;Ml-300
  • Material- Stainles Steel
  • Induction Safe-Yes
  • Dishwasher Safe-No
  • Hand Wash-Yes

Description

For those preferring a smoother coffee taste, the Bialetti 6-Cup Venus combines beauty and elegance in a tastefully designed stovetop espresso maker. Bialetti''s legacy of quality and reliability lives on in this coffee maker crafted in high-quality 18/10 stainless steel (including the inner parts such as funnel & filter plate) with ergonomic, heat-resistant handle and lid. Produces 6 cups of rich, authentic Italian espresso in just 4-5 minutes. Note that max boiler capacity is slightly greater than the final output. Some water will be left in the boiler after brewing. The Venus is compatible with all stovetops, including induction cooktops. Stainless steel espresso pots are not dishwasher safe, hand wash only. Never use other contents besides coffee like teas, cacao powder, instant coffee or fine ground coffee as it will clog the filter plate. To use; fill the lower chamber with cold water just below the valve. Insert the funnel and fill it with ground espresso (do not tamp). Remove any coffee grounds on the edge of the funnel. Tightly screw the upper part of the pot on the base. Avoid using the handle for leverage. Select burner size to fit the bottom of pot. For gas stovetop, make sure the flame is not larger than bottom of pot. The flame should not come around the sides of the pot. Place pot on the stovetop until the water boils and coffee begins to come out of the center post. There will be a gurgling sound during this process. When the top of the pot is full of coffee, remove from stove. Hazel brown foam appears just seconds before the coffee is completely done. Before pouring coffee, stir it in the upper chamber with a small spoon to equalize all the different coffee layers for optimum flavor. Bialetti is the world''s most recognized and beloved Italian coffee company. Bialetti coffee makers have become iconic and has allowed millions of consumers to enjoy great Italian coffee that once was only available in cafes and restaurants. Bialetti''s passion remains in making superb coffee simple.

Product information

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Q: How many ounces of espresso can you make?.Does 6 cups mean 6 espresso sized cups or regula…

A: It means 6 espresso-sized (demitasse) cups. I have been able to make, at most, a tad over …

Captain Ducati | 8 years ago

Q: is this pot from Italy?

A: Designed in Italy. My 6 cup Venus was made in India.

Scott D. | 4 years ago

Q: can someone please tell me who purchased recently, 2018 or 19 where this product is made?

A: I bought in March 2020, its made in India, designed in Italy

pun | 2 years ago

Q: Some water with some grounds are left in the bottom after brewing cycle... how to fix this…

A: In most cases it is normal to have a bit leftover, you don’t want to cook it all the way. …

Annie C. | 1 year ago

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Angel
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Horrible quality and service! BEWARE!!
Reviewed in the United States on January 5, 2016
Beware. Bialetti/Bradshaw International quality has gone down the drain, their stainless steel pots are made in China/India and the quality reeks, I have nothing against it being a China made product as I have a Imusa made in China that is better quality and cheaper than... See more
Beware. Bialetti/Bradshaw International quality has gone down the drain, their stainless steel pots are made in China/India and the quality reeks, I have nothing against it being a China made product as I have a Imusa made in China that is better quality and cheaper than Bialetti branded. I have bought all Stainless steel models from Bialetti, the Kitty which was horrible, the Venus which came dirty with machine grease inside and to my astonishment inside the crevice in the upper chamber had solder exposed from the very very sloppy welding process, third time''s the charm so I bought this Venus giving Bialetti a last chance and lo and behold, same machine grease and solder inside the pot, I decided this time to write to Bialetti with my concern and was responded to by a CSR from a Company called Bradshaw International, he proceeded to ask me for picture and then responded with a "well if you don''t like it return it", completely blew off my question about the solder and wether they consider that a defect or if there is anything health wise of concern here. I''m never buying anything Bialetti and recommend you stay very far away, Bialetti is no longer what it once was, I don''t know what happened to them and why is their support going to Bradshaw who as far as I know is a distributing company but they most likely riding the name. If you are looking for a stainless pot I can recommend Imusa or primula, nothing amazing, cheap, works and don''t have the welding problems.
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RUS
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Cheap manufacture. Doesn''t seal properly, steam comes out of the sides. Less coffee made per batch.
Reviewed in the United States on December 11, 2017
I''ve been using this type of coffee makers for 20 years, mostly buying the cheaper ones, and I thought I''d invest in a better ''brand-name'' quality one. This particular model doesn''t seal properly and a lot of steam comes off the sides, instead of rising through the coffee... See more
I''ve been using this type of coffee makers for 20 years, mostly buying the cheaper ones, and I thought I''d invest in a better ''brand-name'' quality one. This particular model doesn''t seal properly and a lot of steam comes off the sides, instead of rising through the coffee filter to make, well, coffee. It''s also hard to close (i.e., to mount the top part, where the made coffee goes, and the bottom part, where the water and ground coffee go).

These gadgets are not high-tech. They''ve been around for years. This one just happens to be manufactured cheaply. Not what I would expect from this company.
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John C.
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Rusts! Too small, poorly made, worse than the aluminum version
Reviewed in the United States on September 19, 2018
UPDATE: This piece of junk rusts! I included photos of the rust. The rust only occurs on the bottom portion so it was difficult to notice. This is smaller than the aluminum version of the same size. It is nowhere near close to 6 cups. This is actually closer... See more
UPDATE: This piece of junk rusts! I included photos of the rust. The rust only occurs on the bottom portion so it was difficult to notice.

This is smaller than the aluminum version of the same size. It is nowhere near close to 6 cups. This is actually closer to 3 - 4 shots and 6 half shots of espresso. The upper half has a thin gap in the bottom going around the entire inside circumference which is useless and just collects coffee grounds in. If the 2 halves are not perfectly sealed then water and steam leaks when brewing. There is always a lot of water left in the bottom half and so it never makes as much as I expect.

I much prefer the aluminum version and have since bought that to use instead of this junk.
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Lex C.
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It’s pretty, but that’s it...
Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2018
We purchased this stovetop espresso maker because we wanted a quality machine to make our coffee. It’s made of stainless steel and from a reputable company. At first this maker was great and made some good espresso. After several months, we accidentally left the maker on... See more
We purchased this stovetop espresso maker because we wanted a quality machine to make our coffee. It’s made of stainless steel and from a reputable company. At first this maker was great and made some good espresso. After several months, we accidentally left the maker on the stove too long and the bottom burnt and after that it didn’t make the same espresso. So we decided we would shell out for another one—we shouldn’t have. The new one never made a good cup espresso. We then bought an aluminum bialetti—which made in Italy and this one surprisingly isn’t... that one is making great coffee. Don’t buy this Venus version. It’s pretty, but that’s it.
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george&pat
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
BEWARE -Made in China
Reviewed in the United States on January 14, 2019
I have had the Aluminum Bialetti for many years and have been very happy. The gasket is wearing out and I saw in the add "real Italian coffee" for the Stainless one and assumed it was made also in Italy. It''s made in China, I ended buying a large Aluminum one from Italy... See more
I have had the Aluminum Bialetti for many years and have been very happy. The gasket is wearing out and I saw in the add "real Italian coffee" for the Stainless one and assumed it was made also in Italy. It''s made in China, I ended buying a large Aluminum one from Italy and am returning this one. Very Disappointed it does not mention that anywhere not made in Italy.
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A. P. Nessel
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Completely failed design – burned coffee or no coffee (unless my unit is defective)
Reviewed in the United States on January 21, 2015
I have used Bialetti aluminum Moka Express pots for years and have been a huge fan of Bialetti. When I decided to upgrade to stainless steel, I didn’t even consider another brand. Unfortunately I was in for a very unpleasant surprise. The first time I used it to... See more
I have used Bialetti aluminum Moka Express pots for years and have been a huge fan of Bialetti. When I decided to upgrade to stainless steel, I didn’t even consider another brand. Unfortunately I was in for a very unpleasant surprise.

The first time I used it to brew the discard batch to season the device, I used relatively high heat, which isn’t recommended for best taste, as it extracts bitterness. Since this one was not for drinking, it didn’t matter. The coffee brewed relatively fast but the process was very different from Bialetti aluminum pots: the aluminum Moka Express quietly shoots up the coffee and sputters only towards the end; Venus sputters loudly all throughout producing coffee, while also producing steam that escapes through the lid hinge near the handle, where water leaks down the handle. The brewing process was also accompanied by putrid burned coffee and metal smell. The coffee was done in approximately 7 minutes.

The second time I was brewing coffee to drink. I used the same grind as the first time but lower flame, same as I normally use on my aluminum Bialetti. And… nothing happened. It boiled for 17 minutes with a strong burned metallic odor, but no coffee came out at all. I increased the flame, but still nothing happened. I finally turned it off. The smell was horrid. When the pot cooled off, I disassembled it to find some of the coffee on the bottom wet, while the top portion was dry. Somehow the water couldn’t get through, and it was neither a fine grind, nor was it tamped down.

The third time I added slightly less coffee and increased the flame. The coffee was done in 8 minutes, but the unit overheated and the coffee in the top chamber was bubbling. The coffee had a bad burned aftertaste.

The fourth and final time (I returned the unit afterwards) I took the pot of the gas a little sooner. I had way less coffee and it wasn’t burned, but it still had a bad aftertaste.

My conclusion about Venus is that you can either have burned coffee, or no coffee at all. I suspect it may have something to do with two things: (1) the diameter of my burner, and (2) the diameter of the filter and coffee chamber pipes in Venus. I’m sure it also has to do with the size of coffee grinds, but given that it’s never been an issue with my aluminum moka pot (only flavor gets impacted), I will not focus on it. All I know is that my Bialetti aluminum brews coffee EVERY time regardless of the grind size or gas burner diameter, and the coffee is good, in contrast to Venus, which brews bad coffee and only sometimes. I wonder if my unit is defective somehow.

(1) American gas stovetops tend to have larger diameter burners than European ones, and even the smallest burners have flames too far apart. I found with my Bialetti aluminum pot that the closer to the center the heat is concentrated, the better the outcome, which is why it works so amazingly on a camp stove. I suspect lack of more concentrated heat contributes to not enough pressure buildup to shoot up the water.

(2) I disassembled both the aluminum and the Venus coffee pots to compare the design and found that not only is the filter basket stem smaller in diameter in Venus, but the pipe that the coffee shoots through is a narrow long straight tube in Venus, while it has a large-base conical design in the aluminum Moka Express. That would explain why it''s so much harder for the water to pass through. Please refer to the attached photos to see the difference.

Summary of pros and cons:

PROS:

1. Beautiful, aesthetically pleasing design.
2. Ergonomic to hold and to pour, much more than its aluminum counterpart.
3. Stainless steel.
4. Despite of not having a spout, it pours nicely without spilling.

CONS:

1. My particular unit is not able to produce coffee on medium or low heat on a burner with a large diameter (yet still within bounds of the base). It can produce coffee on high heat, but then the coffee burns and has a bad aftertaste. It has a bad aftertaste even if it doesn’t burn. It may be a design flaw – see more details above.
2. The steam condensates around the lid hinge and water keeps dripping down the handle during the brewing process.
3. The top chamber has a bizarre and impossible to clean design (see photo). Unlike the aluminum Bialetti that has a flat chamber around the middle spout, Venus has a shape that’s a mirror image of a filter basket with crevices between the protrusion and the unit walls. Given that there is almost always some sludge on the bottom, I see it as a disadvantage for keeping it clean.

I would not recommend this unit. With varying conditions I can always make better or worse coffee with an aluminum Bialetti Moka Express, whereas Venus will SOMETIMES make coffee if the stars align, and the coffee doesn’t taste good. This is not acceptable to me.
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Dazi
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The worst of all
Reviewed in the United States on December 4, 2019
Bialetti is a great brand made in Italy originally. However, Amazon keep selling this fake China made bialleti is horrebil please becareful when you purchase any of bialleti brands on Amazon I made so repeated mistakes buying one from another from Amazon because it stops... See more
Bialetti is a great brand made in Italy originally. However, Amazon keep selling this fake China made bialleti is horrebil please becareful when you purchase any of bialleti brands on Amazon I made so repeated mistakes buying one from another from Amazon because it stops working shortly. Then o start buying bialleti on their website. Off course the price is more add up like 15 to 20 dollars more, bit I swear it worth it. I wish Amazon stop selling this fake brand espresso makers on their websites.
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Mi
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
It was fine for 2 uses and then this happened
Reviewed in the United States on November 5, 2017
Been using the Bialetti Venus for over 10 years. The handle on my old pot finally came off and I decided to get a replacement. It was fine for 2 uses and then this happened. Explosion. I''ve spent the last 3 hours cleaning up my kitchen. I really don''t know how this... See more
Been using the Bialetti Venus for over 10 years. The handle on my old pot finally came off and I decided to get a replacement. It was fine for 2 uses and then this happened. Explosion. I''ve spent the last 3 hours cleaning up my kitchen. I really don''t know how this happened. I''m hoping this was a bizarre one off.
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Alex
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bad quality product!
Reviewed in Canada on July 20, 2019
I was quite happy with this Bialetti coffee maker for about a month... until it started to RUST. INSIDE. My return window is closed, I cannot return it, so here is my review - don''t buy it unless you love taste of RUST in your coffee! Now I am extremely disappointed, I...See more
I was quite happy with this Bialetti coffee maker for about a month... until it started to RUST. INSIDE. My return window is closed, I cannot return it, so here is my review - don''t buy it unless you love taste of RUST in your coffee! Now I am extremely disappointed, I still have my first aluminium Bialetti pot, it makes perfect coffee for 10 years, but it is unusable with my new induction stovetop.
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GreatWhite
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
The interior is coated, not stainless
Reviewed in Canada on November 29, 2019
I paid the extra $ to have a quality product of a good brand, but it''s not. I was thinking Stainless is better then aluminium, but where you put water it''s not stainless, it''s coated whit unknown product and after a while it rust. Made in China, I found the same product for...See more
I paid the extra $ to have a quality product of a good brand, but it''s not. I was thinking Stainless is better then aluminium, but where you put water it''s not stainless, it''s coated whit unknown product and after a while it rust. Made in China, I found the same product for less then 15$ ... so avoid this one, don''t pay for the brand when the quality is not there.
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Anna Gabrielle
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Cheap Quality India made I did not expect this from Bialetti
Reviewed in Canada on December 28, 2019
I am really disappointed with this coffee maker from Bialetti. I know their quality has gone down over the years and their mocha pots are now made in India or made in china. I should have read the reviews about rust in the stainless steel. Rusting problems common and its...See more
I am really disappointed with this coffee maker from Bialetti. I know their quality has gone down over the years and their mocha pots are now made in India or made in china. I should have read the reviews about rust in the stainless steel. Rusting problems common and its not a high quality easy to clean coffee maker. This has been a really awful purchase as it has not worked on Induction stove for me. I have a newer Samsung induction stove, and I think because this mocha pot does not have a flat bottom it does not heat at all and its really been awful. What a waste of so much money. Look elsewhere don''t waste your money. Sorry Bialetti, this is my last purchase from you. I wanted great coffee but I just got hot water and no coffee from my mocha pot. Bummer.
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Aubree
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Lid broke after a week while cleaning
Reviewed in Canada on April 17, 2019
The lid broke off while I was gently cleaning the moka pot. Very disappointed as I''ve owned the classic Bialetti pots for a long time and they were very good quality. My new home has an induction-only stovetop so I purchased the Venus as it indeed works on induction....See more
The lid broke off while I was gently cleaning the moka pot. Very disappointed as I''ve owned the classic Bialetti pots for a long time and they were very good quality. My new home has an induction-only stovetop so I purchased the Venus as it indeed works on induction. Unfortunately, the quality is nowhere near the original. The hinge is plastic and the lid snapped off.
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Valentin Hering
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bialetti 6969 6 Cup Venus Coffee Maker- doesn''t work on a Samsung induction range
Reviewed in Canada on November 19, 2017
I have an old Bialetti that i used it for years but when i moved the new house had an induction range and the old Bialetti would work. So i ordered this Venus model as it was rated as working on induction. Well just let me put it simply- is not. Maybe other people saying...See more
I have an old Bialetti that i used it for years but when i moved the new house had an induction range and the old Bialetti would work. So i ordered this Venus model as it was rated as working on induction. Well just let me put it simply- is not. Maybe other people saying that is working on their induction are a little more lucky than me or have a better range but for me it was useless. I had to return it the next day. The return thorough Amazon went fast and got my money shortly. Just make sure you write down your Canada Post tracking number just in case there are any problems saying that the product wasn''t received.
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