Bialetti Venus Stainless Induction 6 Cup

Sale price$99.95

Pickup available at 24 Wyong Rd

Usually ready in 4 hours

Bialetti Venus Stainless Induction 6 Cup

Bialetti Venus Stainless Induction 6 Cup

24 Wyong Rd

Pickup available, usually ready in 4 hours

24 Wyong Rd
Lambton NSW 2299

9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday


Bialetti Venus Stainless Steel Stove Top

The new fashion-forward polished stainless steel Venus design focuses on stylish elegance. Venus can be used on gas, electric and induction stoves and features a heat resistant black nylon handle.

Venus is completely made of stainless steel (including inner parts such as funnel and filter plate).

Selecting the right Bialetti

  • Determine what type of cook top will be used - if unknown then steer towards the stainless steel based units 4 cup and Larger as these wilt work on all stove tops.
  • Determine what size you need, remembering that 1 Bialetti cup = 1 shot of coffee = about 30ml.

What's in the box

  • 1 x Bialetti Venus Stainless Steel 6-Cup stove top


  • The Stainless Steel espresso maker is durable and beautiful.
  • The acrylic handle and lid knob are easy to handle, even when the device is very hot.
  • We suggest cleaning with warm water and soap, but advise against the dishwasher or using steel wool..



  • Stainless Steel
  • 8.0 fl. oz / 230ml
  • Suitable for all hobs, including induction

Before using for the first time:

  • Un-assemble all components and lightly hand-wash in warm water.
  • Read the instructions carefully - all styles have slightly different instructions.
  • We recommend that you make and discard the first 2-3 brews.

Tips and Hints

  • Use a medium grind coffee, too fine and it may clog the filter, too coarse will affect the flavour intensity. It has been designed to work with loosely fitted grounds, never tamper compact the coffee as this can cause too much pressure in the system
  • Ensure all parts have been assembled correctly and that the base is screwed tightly to the upper chamber- avoid using the handle as leverage. Select an element that is the closest to the size of the base, adjust the gas burned so that the flame is not is not flicking up the side of the unit - especially towards the handles/knobs.
  • Gurgling sounds and an intense espresso aroma tells you your Bialetti is brewing. If it's spluttering or spitting it means the heat is too high and needs to be turned down.
  • Never Let the cafeteria burn dry, always keep an eye on it whilst heating on the stove.
  • When the upper chamber Is about 80-90% filled, remove from the heat, if the bottom chamber boils dry it will make your brew taste burnt or bitter.
  • Give the upper chamber a quick stir with a metal spoon before serving.


  • A light coating of coffee oil inside your pot is good - it means your unit is well seasoned Like a wok.
  • After use, lightly rinse by hand under warm water to protect your coffee oil coating.
  • Do not wash in dishwasher or use steel wool or other abrasive cleaners.
  • Never leave unused coffee or excess water in the unit for an extended period - especially overnight as this can cause oxidisation and corrosion inside the unit.
  • Ensure all the parts are completely dry before reassembling and storing away.
  • Periodically check the funnel, filter and rubber seal for wear as these can be replaced. Also check the spout in the upper chamber and clear any obstructions or build up if needed.

About Bialetti

Technological simplicity and classically designed elegance have made the Bialetti Moka genuinely iconic (an overused term that fits in this instance) since its debut in the early 1930s. Bialetti has made over 200 million of these in the years since, and coffee lovers the world over have been enjoying coffee with an Italian accent.

These guides serve as a good place to start

Brew Guide

The grinder you use, coffee you choose, and yes, even the water from your sink, can alter the taste in the cup. Every machine is different, so you'll want to think of these parameters more as guidelines than law.

Imagine a world where biowaste is turned into energy to fuel your coffee fix - at Sprocket Roasters, that's what we do!


Creating a roaster that is fuelled on bioenergy is a world first in the coffee roasting industry, and is something we are very proud of here at Sprocket. This advancement in roasting technology means end of life products like spent coffee grinds, along with a wide range of other organic material that usually ends up in landfill, are turned into fuel to power the roaster. Coffee magic?! Most certainly ... coupled with sound engineering and a whole lot of TLC in every small batch we roast.