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  1. I'm putting my Piccino up for sale as upgradeitis is getting a hold on me. The good: Amazingly small for a DB machine. My kitchen is tiny and this doesn't take up much space. Fed Ashbeck/Volvic its entire life (I bought it a few years ago on this forum for £420) Totally reliable, produces very decent shots and froths milk quickly - I upgraded from a Gaggia Classic with PID and this machine is much more consistent. Grouphead regularly stripped down and cleaned. VST basket included. The bad: It's not in showroom condition - the chrome on the top is scratched, as is the chrome drip tray inset, and the paint on the right hand side panel is scratched (see picture) The down side of the Piccino's tiny footprint is that the steam boiler is effectively a closed circuit so can't be easily descaled without returning the machine to the factory. However it's never been used with tap water while I have owned it and I understand the same was true of its previous owner. Looking for around £300. I'm based in SE London (BR3) and would prefer collection or could deliver within a reasonable distance. Pics:
  2. This piccino has appeared on ebay and was considering bidding. I dont think it is an absolute bargain so i'm pretty relaxed about missing out. http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/182068156782?_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649&ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT It is the older version, which I prefer over electronic buttons. My concern is that it is still has a small boiler and the inability to descale easily will be annoying. It is located in London, so i know it has hard water in it, but the owner appears to have used filters. Considering that my Gaggia has a brass group, PID, integrated shot timer, easy access to spare parts, and generally a simpler machine, Do any Piccino owners believe that this would actually be an upgrade?
  3. I have a 3 year old Fracino Piccino, when I switched it on today I smelt burning and smoke came out of the top, I removed the front cover and the red and blue wires that come to/from the boiler on/off switch were very hot and had melted together.... up until this point the machine appeared to be working very well. (as you look at a Piccino from the front it's the switch on the left). I wonder if anyone on the forum would be kind enough to point me towards what the fault may be please and how I might fix it, I have emailed Fracino requesting a wiring diagram but not had a response so far (although it's very early days so they've not let me down yet), does anyone know where else I might find the wiring diagram please? Thanks for taking the time to read this and for any advice on what may be happening and how to fix it. Gerry
  4. Hi there coffee people, Found you when Googling a Fracino Piccino ~ and yes you had comments and feedback and yes I've bought one ~ so thanks. I was looking at an Iberital all-in-one machine but nobody knows about them and they're certainly not built in B'ham! It isn't the best maker in the world, but i had to be sensible for two Espressos a day !!! I've been using a Brika stove top with black label Lavazza, so we're moving up. So I love good coffee; I play the double bass in a 1950s Rock'n'Roll/Rockabilly band; mess with Apple computers, design websites and create iBooks and generally keep myself very busy in partial retirement. Oh nearly forgot I renovate houses in my spare time :-) So thats me and any help with a baby Fracino will be greatly appreciated. Boogie On Bruce Boogie http://www.boogiebopboys.co.uk Playing the music that created the teenager !!
  5. Ok so my Gaggia Classic needs to go to gaggia heaven and it's time to upgrade Do I buy a Rancillo Silvia or do I go the extra money and get the Fracino Piccino??? Or is there something better for that kind of money????? I mainly drink espresso and am really the only person in my house who uses it. Also I hear bad things about myesspresso.co.uk but it's SOOOOOO CHEAP compared to others Any recommendations on where to purchase?? Thanks guys I not really read the forums over last year and am a bit out of touch with what's good and what's not.
  6. REDUCED to £265 For sale is my excellent Fracino Piccino dual boiler machine. I am selling this (and other machines) as I have decided to consolidate my coffee machines in to one new machine and a recently purchased lever machine before my kitchen is refitted in the new year. (grinder & knockbox not included) For more pics it's now listed on ebay http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/-/152320042577? The machine is 3 or 4 years old and it was stripped down and fully serviced by Fracino at their factory in Birmingham in May this year, it's in tip top working condition and should provide trouble free espresso and milk texturing for years to come. (the strip down and service was £180 as the receipt shows). The boilers heat quickly, this has separate water and steam boilers so you can pour and steam at the same time, It is a very capable espresso machine in a small footprint which I'm only selling as I am having a clear out to make space for a machine upgrade for my new kitchen which is being fitted soon. I have looked after this machine, it is backflushed with water at the end of each day as a minimum and often after each use and backflushed with cafiza every few weeks. The machine has the usual signs of use such as scratches on the mirrored stainless steel and the usual marks you would expect on a used machine. Included in the sale are naked and a standard portafilters, single, double and blank baskets and a tamper. This is a great machine that takes up very little space and works wonderfully. The pics taken are on my phone, I will take additional pics later today and can upload these or email them if required. I would like collection from the Coventry area and am very happy to demonstrate the machine working. Please ask if you have any questions relevant to the sale.
  7. I've noticed that other members of the forum have indicated they have had problems with the Fracino Piccino drip tray and just wondered if there was any solution to this, or is it something I will need to learn to live with?
  8. Hi, I have had a Gaggia Baby Class D for the last couple of years and am now looking to upgrade. I began with a Dualit grinder which even with the burr realignment mod couldn't grind finely enough so it wasn't long before I ordered a MC2 doserless espresso grinder, now I could pour correctly timed espresso/ristretto shots with decent crema but the taste was very sour. It turned out I had serious channeling issues although not completely resolved, have been minimised by carefully dosing, knocking and tamping. I then bought a bottomless PF to help the diagnosis which certainly helped me dial in my dosing technique and I can now regularly achieve lovely 30 sec tiger striped shots with good crema but I am still struggling to get rid of the sour taste. I have attempted temperature surfing and have bought a thermocouple to help me figure out what was happening but am really struggling. I think the machine may be delivering more pressure than is ideal but this model does not have an adjustable pressure valve which is another reason for thinking of upgrading. Hoping to get better temperature stability, adjustable pressure control and hopefully a better made machine as the current Gaggia has a broken steam button and wand and is generally looking rather tired after only a couple of years of use. Thanks, Tom
  9. Are they any good? Thinking of moving up from my classic. Worth the extra cash? Cheers Dan
  10. So I did get a chance to pull a first shot this morning before running off to work, but it wasn't a particularly careful effort - 19g dose but I didn't weigh the output. It came through rather quickly but that's something I will work on this weekend. The pump is incredibly quiet compared to the Gaggia! I've never owned a DB machine before so have a couple of questions: - I have the machine attached to a Wemo that switches it on about half an hour before I'll want to use it in the morning. Is it important to keep a substantial amount of water in the tank so it can fill the boiler when it first comes on? (I don't steam very much but as far as I can tell there's no way of switching off the steam boiler on the Piccino.) The manual doesn't specify if there's a minimum fill level, but presumably there's some sort of warning if the tank is too low? - Is there an easy way of getting the water tank out to empty/clean it? I didn't want to break anything this morning but it seemed fairly firmly attached in place. Thanks for any help! As ever with upgrades, it feels like I'm starting almost from scratch with my technique.
  11. Hey, I was wondering if anyone would have the slightest clue where I could get an internal wiring diagram for this machine. If not I will email the manufacturers direct, I'm thinking of adding a timer to the circuit so I don't have to weigh my portafilter after every use, becoming rather annoying. Thanks in advance Tom
  12. I had decided on buying a Cherub to replace my classic but unfortunately as soon as my wife saw the size of the beast it was a no no. Now I can't choose between the Piccino £550 or the Oscar £575. Both are an acceptable size and a good step up from my Classic. I'm not that keen on the idea that the Piccino would need to be sent away to be descaled, but Ive been told as long as I change the filter every 6mths it shouldn't need descaling very often. I normally use tesco or morrisons bottled water for my coffee drinking as our tap water is highly chlorinated. What bottled water would be best? Volvic maybe? Can anyone advise? PS I already have a iberital mc2 grinder
  13. Fracino have just launched the Piccino, a high quality UK made home espresso machine - take a look at http://www.thecoffeebean-vanandroaster.co.uk/Domestic-Coffee-Equipment.html I can let Coffee Forums members have the Piccino for £469.80 inc VAT + £20 delivery I would be surprised if you can find it cheaper anywhere! If anyone is interested, let me know Andy I will keep the Piccino at this price for Coffee Forums members only for the forseeable future, hopefully this will help to launch a great new machine as well as bring in more coffee enthusiasts to the forum!
  14. Here is the content of an Email from John Cook at Fracino, I have contacted Glenn about following it up and sorting out making the pictures and brochure available on the forum. Hello Don Thank you for your email. We at Fracino are very excited by the Piccino as this is our first foray into the Home market for our coffee machines. For your information I attach a brochure for the Piccino together with some pdfs of the machine and the grinders and knockout drawers that we also supply as accompanyments.We are also supplying a full range of barista items and currently building a new web site http://www.fracino4u.com where the consumer will be able to purchase everything. I would be interested to know how many members you have and how you can disseminate information as we are very keen for reviews of the Piccino to be posted on the web. This will be the only British made Home coffee machine and of a high quality. The retail price for the standard model in black is 510 plus inc VAT plus 20 delivery(plus VAT. The coloured versions are 20 extra plus VAT but we will match any colour for the customer as long as they can give us an RAL or Pantone reference. There will also be a number of colours on our website for customers to chose from as well. I hope the above is informative and look forward to your comments. Best regards John Cook Sales and marketing Executive Fracino
  15. Hi all, My first proper contribution to the website. There'll no doubt be some rambling, and possibly incorrect terminology, but hopefully some useful information/pics will follow... After seeing Andy's (coffeebean) offer for the Fracino Piccino, a bit of umming and ahhing and a few emails later saw me putting an order in with him at The Coffee Bean. Firstly, I have to say Andy was excellent and really easy to deal with and left me a happy customer, following up the purchase to see how I was getting on with the new machine. Unfortunately, due to the wonderful pressures of being a modern day software project manager, with am imminent release on the horizon, I had a machine sat on the worktop at home on the 21st March, and no time to use it. Many late nights working ensued, with coffee not being the ideal refreshment late in the evening. Fast forward to the 26th March, a weekend free of work (and other distractions), and a bit of time to play with the new gadgets finally presented itself. Firstly, here's what has been keeping myself and my good lady in constant supply of coffee for the previous four or five years. The Magimix Robot Cafe has given us plenty of good, easy to produce cups of coffee. Set the water level, press a button, bingo, nice tasty coffee. The years of (ab)use have started to take their toll, so the new equipment was in order. So, here it all is: From left to right, my self built knock box, the Eureka Mignon and the Fracino Piccino. I'll include more photos at the end, but in the meantime, here's a description how I've fared so far. Firstly, bear in mind that I've come from a bean to cup machine, and have zero experience of proper barista technique or skills. With that in mind, a minor level of fear and major level of discovery ahead, I started with the grinder... In went the beans, well that was the easy bit done. This version of the Mignon came with the timing mechanism which is inconveniently set underneath the machine, with the grind fine/coarseness dial on the top. Having done a bit of reading, I started with setting it as fine as possible, with an average grind time, hoping it would produce roughly the right amount of ground coffee. Errr yes, how was I going to know if I had the right dosage? We'd just disposed of our digital scales, and the classic replacement scales only measure in increments of 20g. Ok, guesswork was in order. The manual for the Piccino states that the ground coffee should be placed in the filter basket, and once tamped, should reach to the edge mark that lies around 5mm under the top of the basket. That seemed a lot of coffee, but hey, that's what the instructions said. In went the coffee, after having done a couple of grinds, and on to my first attempt at tamping. The provided tamper is plastic, no frills (I have a Motta on order already) but seemed to do the job. How much pressure do I use beats me. So down I push and get a nice pressed flat surface. So far so good, this barista malarky is simple! Time to put the filter into the group head... Hmmm yes, I seem to have put too much coffee in the filter basket, or maybe that's how it's meant to be and I'm not used to the feel. Caution got the better of me and I took some coffee out, and retamped (probably a major faux pas in the barista world). At this point I realised I'd forgot to turn the machine on and warm it up! On it went, and the bright blue LED on the front lit up to tell me it was transferring water and heating up. Maybe this would be a good point to describe the machine? Engineering wise, the machine appears to be very well built, and if weight = quality, it was going to be a pro machine. Apart from the drip tray, the machine appears to be engineered from metal all round, with the side panels being black in colour with a slight bump texture finish. The rest is lovely polished steel. I'd tested removal of the drip tray, which is wedged between the side panels, so held in place by the pressure of the panels surrounding it, rather than any clip/click mechanisms. The water is entered via a panel at the back left hand side of the machine on the top, and I believe the water tank is removable, but I've yet to do so. Water went in via two full kettles. Back to the coffee... the machine had heated up, the pressure showed 1.1 bar and with a flick of the pump switch, the pump burst into life and the coffee started to flow. I filled the cup enough for a standard espresso (by eye, not by measure), and had some crema present, but not as much as the Magimix gives. Regardless, it was time for the taste test... Man! This stuff was like rocket fuel. A nice level of bitterness, but oh such a strong powerful flavour. Whilst this was pleasing on one hand, it wasn't quite what I was aiming for. I wanted something richer in flavour, with a bit of a kick, but one that left me still on the floor and not on the ceiling. Back to the grinder then and attempt two, and then three, four, five, six, etc. Sadly, the first cup was probably the best cup I'd done, with each subsequent one being slightly worse than the one previous. Sometimes the water flowed from one side only, other times hardly at all, and when it did flow, seemed a little anemic. At that point, having drank my fair share of potent, and awful, coffee, I gave up. It was time to break out some of the other toys that swallow up my free time, and before I knew it, the weekend was over. Sunday night was spent ordering various bits and bobs that I hope will help me measure better and start on the road to better coffee. As mentioned, the Motta tamp is on order, as are some measured shot glasses, a tamping mat (to save the new work surface in the kitchen, as you might have guessed from the state of the walls and lack of tiles!) and most important, some digital scales so I can start with the recommended dosage of ground coffee. Will I have time to use it this week once the new orders have arrived? Probably not, but the weekend is so far free from activity, although if the weather stays nice, some driving time will be in order, but otherwise will start round two with the Piccino. I am very much of the opinion that the problems so far, lay firmly and squarely with the owner. The machine appears to be very well built, and certainly capable of producing a good brew, and my respect goes to those people that can produce a good espresso consistently. I had no idea what skill was involved in doing things manually. The struggle will be worth it, I've enjoyed my initial (frustrating) foray into the barista world, but am looking forward to getting a technique sorted that produces consistent good cups of coffee. Here's a few extra pictures to give you some detail of the machine. Apologies if there's a lack of detail in the writeup, I don't know what people are looking for in a description, so feel free to ask any specific questions and I'll get back to you with an answer as soon as I can. Steve
  16. With every Fracino Piccino ordered via our site we would include £50 worth of Barista accessories FREE, whats even better is YOU get to choose what you want up to that value (fracino make ONLY). http://www.coffeeomega.co.uk/fracino-piccino-standard-black/
  17. Hi, Been lurking for a while doing some research etc and have decided to buy a Fracino Piccino. I have been in touch with Myespresso and got what appears to be a good price £520inc. Can anyone reccomend any where esle to buy from at a similar price? I hear a mixture of things about Myespresso anyone got any experience with them?
  18. I'm upgrading my home equipment as a first step in my journey to becoming a coffee house proprietor. For the grinder, I have looked for something small to fit the confines of my kitchen, but infinitely adjustable so I can practice dialling in the grind. This is for espresso based drinks only, I have another delonghi grinder that is not really up to the job for espresso but will be fine for French press brewing. The Acaso I-mini seems to fit the bill. For the espresso machine, I want to get as close to the feel of a commercial machine that I can, but again I need to consider the available space in my kitchen. Seeing as commercial machines are dual boiler, the Francino seems to offer what I want. All in all, I'm looking at about a £700 outlay to acquire both. Do my choices sound reasonable? Apologies for the spelling mistake in the thread title!
  19. hi my piccino had randomly tripped my fuse breaker odd time in last couple montyhs i put it down to power surge or too much electric on my house circuit at one time. anyway i noticed steam from the inside of case when steam boiler heating up. ive opnened boiler case and noticed it starts to splutter from this nut when asteam pressure is about to start goin up from zero. and ideas. see pic please
  20. I'm selling my Fracino Piccino. It's a dual boiler machine finished in stainless steel and looks great when cleaned up. Has a pressure gauge and removable water tank with an empty water alarm. Full spec on the Fracino website: http://www.fracino.com/piccino.html The only thing you need to be aware of is a small mark on the left plastic panel, see the first picture. I believe it was caused by the plug socket not being bubble wrapped during transit, hence I strongly recommend pick up only. Otherwise excellent condition. It's 7 months old and has always drunk Tesco Ashbeck water. On average it's been making one double shot four times a week. Back flushed & cleaned every week and once a month with liquid quartz. Includes original supplied Fracino accessories (sorry you have to take the plastic tamper!) and manual. Threw the water filter our beginning of January and just used bottled since. Full resolution pictures:https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=ac0f6052326b8db8&id=AC0F6052326B8DB8!36007&ithint=folder,jpg&authkey=!ALdChCDKpGgbzj4 £420. Prefer payment via Paypal but cash on collection will be fine. Prefer pick up only as it's really heavy and I don't have a box big or strong enough! Location is near Wigan but can be Chester or Hartlepool depending on work. Postage at extra cost to be discussed. I'm also selling cappuccino/flat white cups see my other thread: http://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?22698-FS-MBK-58-35-Walnut-Tamper-ACME-Cups-Toroid-Jug-Shot-Glasses&p=275788#post275788 Thanks for looking & I'm happy to ask any questions.
  21. ...So to help me work out which of the machines I'm interested in gives the best compromise between price and small physical volume, I made a simple spreadsheet which ranks them in ascending order for both then adds the ranks to give a quick and dirty score. Simple stuff but might save someone else a bit of time! And it confirms that I should be looking for a Piccino or a Bezzera Unica :-) Here's the link: http://1drv.ms/1FsKe5W
  22. Sorely tempted to upgrade my Classic to the Piccino - are the Piccino owners here still happy with it? Much prefer the looks of the Cherub but I think the DB machine would suit me better than a more complicated, but much better looking, HX.
  23. manngo

    Hey

    I guess I have to introduce myself before I can post on other threads etc? Anyways hi all, I found this site when looking for info on some machines. I bought a demo gaggia swing up recently that never worked when i received it (something to do with the grinder I think). Was offered a brand new machine as replacement. I initially accepted this but then started having major doubts about a bean to cup so have asked for a refund instead. Once I'm refunded I'll make my mind up what to go for, I'm looking at either the fracino piccino or rancilio silvia. Max budget is really around £700 (with grinder) and although I would love to go for something bigger and better I can't stretch any further. Cheers.
  24. shuggyboy24

    grinder

    hi folks looking to buy a grinder, from an mc2 upwards in quality any one got anything for sale? thanks shuggy
  25. Anyone have any experience or words of wisdom over these two grinders? With so many going for MC2 as a decent entry level I feel pulled in that direction - just wondering why so many go for the MC2 when these two seem on paper to quite similar
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