SAGE Claro Swiss Water Filter

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Protect your machine with a Sage Claro Swiss Water Filter

With a Sage Claro Swiss Water Filter you protect your machine against limescale deposits and extend the life of your Sage Espresso Machine or Precision Brewer.

Sage water filter is suitable for

  • the Oracle™ Touch (SES990)
  • the Barista Pro™ (SES878)
  • the Oracle™ (SES980)
  • the Barista Touch™ (SES880)
  • the Dual Boiler™ (SES920)
  • the Barista Express™ (SES875)
  • the Duo-Temp™ Pro (SES810)
  • the Bambino™ Plus (SES500)
  • the Precision Brewer® Thermal (SDC450)
  • the Precision Brewer® Glass (SDC400)

Sage Water Filter extends the life of your machine

Limescale deposits are unavoidable when using an espresso machine. The disadvantage of this lime is that it can end up in the pipes, causing them to get clogged. With a Sage Claro Swiss Water Filter you help prevent this.

For a better and longer life of your espresso machine, we recommend replacing the Claro Swiss Water Filter every 2 to 3 months.

Do you need cleaning tablets or descaler in addition to the filter?


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Rest of Europe 2-7 (working) days

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Frequently Asked Questions

Do I have to clean my Sage coffee machine daily?


In addition to major cleanings, I recommend knocking the portafilter empty after making a coffee. It is also advisable to rinse and empty the drip tray daily, especially on hot days.

What is the best way to clean my Sage coffee machine?


It is recommended to clean your machine with cleaning tablets, to descale with descaling powder and to replace the water filter every 2 to 3 months. View this article to clean your machine step by step.

How often should I clean my Sage coffee machine?


The Sage coffee machines indicate when cleaning is necessary. Follow the steps in this article for a smooth cleaning procedure. to clean your machine step by step.

I use a Sage Claro Swiss water filter, do I still need to descale my machine?


I also recommend descaling your Sage coffee machine when using a water filter. This extends the life of your machine and prevents limescale residues from entering the pipes that could clog the machine. Even with the use of a water filter, some lime always ends up in your machine.

When should I clean my Sage coffee machine with a cleaning tablet?


When the machine indicates 'clean me' it is time to clean the machine with a cleaning tablet.

How often should I replace my Sage Claroswiss water filter?


For ultimate coffee enjoyment and a longer life of your Sage coffee machine, I recommend replacing the water filter every 2 to 3 months.

My steam pipe no longer works, what now?


This is a common problem that can be solved very easily in 9 out of 10 times. I would recommend the following steps and check after each step if it worked:

  • Completely descale the machine following the descaling cycle with Sage Descaler - it sounds like you've already taken this step! For the sake of completeness, I would recommend that you still do this step before the other steps below:

  • Unscrew the tip of the steam pipe and tap it on a surface that can withstand it, usually some mess comes out.

  • Pierce the holes of the tips with a needle. These tubes in the steam pipe are very narrow and become clogged very quickly with leftovers or with very light scale deposits.

The above steps often help very well.