This professional-grade espresso brewer is on sale for $150 off

For some coffee drinkers, java is life. Now, as it turns out, scientists might be willing to, at least tentatively, back up that claim.

A new study by Italian researchers says they've found that espresso drinkers might actually do a better job staving off death than their non-espresso drinking friends and neighbors. They say, of the more than 20,000 people they tracked over an eight-year period, those who drank four or more cups per day showed better odds of avoiding maladies like cancer and heart disease than those who drank less or none.

Sure, you might not want to assume that espresso is a life-extending elixir…but we can't exactly prove that isn't, right?

Either way, a killer espresso maker can make a world of difference to your day-to-day happiness, if not, your personal health. Since quality espresso only comes from a quality espresso maker, a unit like the Sirena Prestige Espresso Machine can be just the ticket for making your taste buds (and maybe even your doctor) happy.

Just like the one pumping out brew at your local Starbucks, this barista-ready machine is a 15-bar espresso and cappuccino servicing system that can make a premium cup in just 90 seconds.

Particularly for dual-coffee households, the Prestige employs a twin brewing system, along with an advanced built-in milk frother for making two cups at once, both with unmatched flavor and a velvety texture.

Constructed from brushed stainless steel, the Prestige won't let your brew turn lukewarm, either, thanks to the smart cup warmer that can keep your coffee at just the right temperature anytime.

There's also a 1.5-liter removable water tank that makes the entire system a lot easier to clean than other espresso makers.

Best of all, the Sirena Prestige Espresso Machine is now available at more than half off what it would cost to pick one up in stores. By entering the code ESPRESSO150 when you check out, you can slash the price on this top-notch brewing system down to only $139

Prices subject to change.