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  1. FranD

    L1 Routine

    So after 7.5 years of faithful service from my Classic, I've realised my lever dream this week. Cheers to Lee @foundrycoffeeroasters.com for sorting us. Where has this been all my life? Totally enamoured. First four or five shots were really promising, although now it's started slipping and catching high, drawing only about 20g. I'm guessing the seals just need regreasing; there seemed to be plenty on there from the factory, but I've some loxeal on order now so I can put a fresh coat on. Question is, have I broadly got this right in terms of a routine? Must have read just about every Londinium thread going over the past 12 months, so I'm just making sure I've got this straight in my head... 1. Fill water tank, switch on, allow boiler to come to temp/pressure. 2. Either leave for an hour for group to come to temp, or pull through the group for a few seconds. 3. Warm cup from tap. 4. Grind/basket prep/lock in PF. 6. Short steam vent, bring to pressure. 6. Preinfuse and pull the shot. 7. Unlock PF, flush group, and back to point 3. Does that sound about right?
  2. Hi there I have the opportunity to purchase a really clean L1. It is currently configured as a plumb in machine [with the solid top cover]. I'm currently in a rented property so would like to use it as a tank model - is it possible [and achievable] to refit the tank and obtain a top cover to enable tank refilling? Many thanks, Wayne
  3. In the last couple of days my L1 has started leaking from between the two parts of the group. It's not due to loose bolts. I did relube it a couple of months back, but the seals are at least a year old. Any suggestions as to the likely cause? I'm guessing I might need to put a new set of piston seals on, but interested to have this confirmed or to hear any other probable causes.
  4. PART 1 As my search for a new espresso machine draws to a conclusion, the purpose of this thread is to report some of my findings, dispel a few myths and provide a some advice for other members to choose a new machine. I apologies in advance that it is a bit long-winded. I started making 'real' coffee a good few years ago with a pod coffee machine from Bosch. I enjoyed real coffee, and can't stand instant 'coffee'! I progressed from that to an Aeropress, and used this sucessfully for 18 months or more until I purchased my first real espresso machine in October last year, a Sage Duo Temp Pro single thermoblock, basic espresso machine. I have used this sucessfully and produced some really good espressos, however its limitations started to frustrate me so it was sold and the search for another machine began, This post won't be concerned with the limitations of the Sage, but I can write a small piece on request. Rancilio Silvia My first thought was to replace the Sage with a Rancilio Silvia. This is still a single boiler design, but has a proper boiler with a replaceable/serviceable element, and a 58mm commercial style portafilter which can be used with naked portafilters and VST Precision baskets. It also retains the small footprint of the Sage. The Rancilio was the favored option for many months, but I wanted to wait until the Sage sold before purchasing another machine. However... The Seed was Sown I then looked around at what else was available, and thought that maybe it would be a better idea to get a more capable machine than the Silvia, as the Silvia essentially did the same as the Sage, and one of the big issues with that was workflow when I needed to make multiple cappuccinos (or a-n other milky coffee). HX & Dual Boiler The next logical step was either a Heat Exchanger (HX) machine or go the full distance and get a good quality dual-boiler (DB) machine, both of which would allow me to brew espresso and steam milk simultaneously. At this point I was unaware of the hand-lever machines and the options were: Profitec 700 (DB) Quick Mill Verona (DB) ECM Mechanika (HX) ECM Synchronika (DB) I did a bit of digging, and the unanimous verdict was that a dual boiler machine was 'better', as it allowed for better temperature stability and therefore greater consistency. However, this point is widely debated among HX and DB users. As it was seen to be 'better', at this point I was leaning towards the DB option. I called David at Bella Barista who recommended both the Profitec and the ECM Synchronika, and said they are identical inside, and both are good machines. I was leaning towards the Synchronika but needed to see both before I could make a final decision. I had decided to pay a visit to Bella Barista (BB) a week or so later when I had a day off, and see the machines in person with every intention of buying one. Hand-Lever Machine I don't remember how or when, but possibly from reading posts on here, my attention was drawn to the sprung hand-lever machines. I did a bit of research and reading up on these machines, and established that the claim is that they produce a much better espresso than a pump machine. Again I was skeptical of this as it is widely accepted that pump machines are capable of producing world class espresso. As a left field choice I looked at the Profitec 800 briefly, and decided that I would take a look when I went to buy a machine from BB on my next day off. Anyway, the more I read the more I liked the idea of the hand machine, and at this point made my first post on here. https://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?37373-ECM-Synchronika-Profitec-700-or-Profitec-800-Lever-Machine-Your-thoughts-please! It was in this thread that dfk41 suggested that the Profitec 800 is not very popular 'over ere' and the Londinium 1 (L-R) is 'better' for a similar price. I looked into this, and discovered that indeed the Londinium looked like a formidable piece of kit, but at this point didn't understand why it was any better or any worse than the Profitec. It looks a little flasher without a doubt, and as I had no clue what the difference between a 'dipper' and a 'thermosiphon' was, I needed to know more. So, a hand-lever machine it is then? Roundabout this time I'd 'narrowed it down' once again, this time to the ECM Synchronika (as a DB option) or the Londinium. I'd spoken to Lee at Foundry who could supply (eventually) a Londinium R and was suitably impressed with it, and had spoken to several DB Machine owners who could testify that the DB was the way towards better coffee. Confused...you bet! As it was coming up to my days off I put a feeler out on here to see what you guys thought. https://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?37393-Londinium-R-vs-ECM-Synchronika-the-big-decision! workingdog Kindly offered a chance to see and experience his Londinium, an offer which I gratefully took him up on the day before my trip to BB. Stay tuned for the next episode which, arguably, is the most important bit.
  5. As I plan to upgrade to the new Londinium R my 2016 model Londinium 1 is now up for sale. Purchased in February 2016 this machine is in superb condition as hopefully evidenced by the below photo of the most likely area to display scuffing and scratching, the drip tray. Used domestically for 2 to 4 pair of drinks per day, only ever using Waitrose Essential bottled water. It is fitted with a set the latest design of piston seals. 1 x Bottomless portafilter and OEM basket 1 x Double spout portafilter and OEM basket **Not supplied with L1 or LR as standard. 1 x OEM shower screen 1 x IMS competition shower screen ** Plumbing-in kit (unused) which includes a replacement, (plain, no tank hole), top panel. Any inspection is welcome. I am asking what I consider to be a fair price - £1650 - and so with respect, I do not wish to haggle nor play silly games. For context, price wise, the new LR ships @ £1900 + vat and the double portafilter is £55 + vat - totalling £2346 I don't think I need to extoll the virtues of these machines but I will happily answer questions should there be any. I do not wish to take responsibility for delivery by carrier so handover will need to be collection from Coventry or mutually agreed meeting point. If a sale cannot be concluded by Saturday 4th February latest then I'm sorry but the machine would then not be available until the last week in March.
  6. Well after carefull deliberation i decided to........................Wait and save up a bit more increase the budget a bit and get a Londinum 1 that was until i showed the wife the pics and video i seem to recall the words ''I'm not having that in my bL***y house'' ringing around my ears the lever does not appear to fit with the ''Retro cool and expensive'' apperance of the house so i am told anyway so thats that idea well and truly out of the window, however she loves the look of the Rocket and the similar looking ECM and others. So since im saving up a bit more i fancy either the The Rocket Cellini Evoluzione or the R58 but which one? i do make lots of lattes for her indoors i like Cappucino's, Espresso's etc,The evo appeals at the moment for its quiteness of the roatary pump and it can at a later stage be plumed in. Or any other suggestions would be taken into consideration but no commerial three groups or anything else silly please, i have also had a quick look at the Fracino little gem electronic but she dosnt like that either. As always any pointers would be greatly appreciated.
  7. Having been playing around a little over the last few days, and am becoming more comfortable with the setup. Uploaded with ImageShack.us Uploaded with ImageShack.us Uploaded with ImageShack.us
  8. Thanks to a long chat with Coffeechap, I was persuaded to dip my toe into the water of lever ownership. I collected my 12/15 vintage L1 today, followed the instructions regarding warm up/weight of coffee in the basket etc but I'm experiencing operator malfunction - during the preinfusion phase water pours through the puck from the moment that the lever is depressed. Does this suggest too coarse a grind/too light a tamp or an issue with a valve in the machine? Thanks for any suggestions
  9. First of all, many thanks to all who replied to my last thread on here (https://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?37373-ECM-Synchronika-Profitec-700-or-Profitec-800-Lever-Machine-Your-thoughts-please!), this was much appreciated, and particular thanks to @dfk41 and @Snakehips. I've narrowed it down to the ECM Synchronika and the Londinium R, and am likely to take the plunge on one or the other in the near future. Both the best available at that price range but 2 very different machines. Can anyone point me in the direction of any good E61/DB vs Londinium threads and even better, has anyone had a lot of experience using both. Which one did you prefer and why? I have heard that the Londinium is a 'game changer', and the quality of the coffee produced is over and above that of a pump-fed machine, but on the other hand, ECM/QM/Rocket/La Marzocco/San Remo etc seem to sell plenty of pump fed machines, and there aren't very many options for good quality lever machines, as they seem much less popular. There must be a reason for this, but I really don't know what it is, and from what i've been reading, it should be the other way round if some of the reviews of the Londinium are anything to go by, but it isn't. This is what is making me think twice about jumping in with 2 feet for a lever machine. Is anyone able to shed any light on this? I'd be really interested to heard from someone who has owned both and used both in anger, and any specific reasons for choosing one over the other. I've also heard that the Londinium can produce 'commercial quality espresso' at home. This for me is neither here nor there as I can produce better espresso than 90% of coffee shops can using my Sage Duo Temp Pro! It isn't too often I go into a coffee shop and am wowed by the quality of the coffee...One of the reasons I like to make it at home. The most recent exception was at a coffee house called https://espressonisten.de/ in Berlin. They use a Slayer, which was super but well out of my price range! Many thanks again in advance for any replies. Whichever I choose I'll be sure to post a review on here after I have used it for a while and gotten used to how it works. Either way, both will produce an espresso of a much higher quality than im used to with the Sage. Cheers. GP
  10. Hi Very much a newbie here - although have been lurking for a while. I am looking at getting a serious coffee set up as my 20 year old Nespresso machine is about to die. I am going to get a lever machine and have narrowed it down to the L1 or the Profitec 800. They seem very similar from the spec, although the 800 has a PID. I haven't been able to find a good comparison of these and its not easy to find them for a hands on inspection - I would be interested to know what people think in terms of operation / build quality / backup etc. Thanks
  11. Can someone point me in the direction of what part number for a replacement IMS/VST shower screen and where the best place to buy ? Plus should I replace the group seal at the same time ?
  12. Formerly owner of a classic, was on the point of trading up to a brewtus or similar and then took a last minute turn into lever land and good lord, what a great decision that turned out to be! I'm only a couple of days in, and no doubt loads still to learn, but successfully following the gospel of "grind fine, tamp light" and honestly I've yet to get a bad shot out of it. Given that the chances of this being down to my skill are almost nil, i can only conclude that the L1 is one hell of a machine!!
  13. Hi, My coffee machine journey started with Gaggia pure (2 months) swiftly moving on to the Rancilio Silvia (6 months) and then the Rocket (just over two years).... I feel I've come to a point where I know the machine inside out and know how to get the best out of it.... So it's a good time to upgrade. My minds on the L1 because I've never used a lever machine before and also really enjoyed espressos from a lever machine (idrocompresso and Bosco) Interested to know if anyone's used both machines and if you can share your thoughts? Cheers, Sof
  14. Jp19810

    Sold - Londinium I

    Regrettably my Londinium I is for sale due to an unforeseen change in circumstances. Bought from Iroko in October earlier this year - original sale thread and the original photos can be found here http://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?19560-Sold-Londinium-I This is a fantastic machine and wish I didn't have to part with it and will be a great machine for someone. It was really well looked after by iroko and I've endeavoured to do the same in the short time I've had the machine. The group head gasket and seals were also changed back in October. The machine was originally tank fed using volvic bottled water and I've plumbed the machine in using a BWT Bestmax XL filter. Plumbing in the machine makes a huge difference and results in an almost silent operation when pulling the shot. All the parts are present however if you wanted to revert it back to being a tank fed machine. I've updated the steam arm to the one found on the Londinium II (value £39) but the original steam arm along with a spare 4 hole and 2 hole steam tip for this are included in the sale. As you can see from the photos this is in really good condition, there are some light scratches to the drip tray but these really are superficial and are from just general use. I don't want to chance this getting damaged by courier so it is pick up only from Bromsgrove in Worcestershire however depending on where you are in the country I may be able to meet part way to deliver. I'm only looking to recoup what I paid for the item back in October this year but you get with this the new style steam wand included along with a set of English Oak handles (1 lever handle, 2 toggle switches, 2 portafilter handles). These are beautifully crafted and enhance the look and feel of the L1. £1350 no offers sorry.
  15. So after unpacking and successfully setting the machine up. I left the machine on for most of yesterday - Clicked on at 6:30am and off at around 8:30pm. Was out for most of the day, but nothing was a miss and everything seems to be working as it should. Pulled a few shots already and have been generally following Reiss' recommendations; 15.8g dose 6s Pre-Infusion 27s Pour 27g Out And adjusting my grinder to try and hit this as closely as possible. The process has been a bit hit and miss as I am now having to learn a different brew routine, but am slowly getting the hang of it.
  16. In very good condition. Looking for £45.00 delivered - UK only Would consider swap or part ex for a coffee distribution tool.
  17. Bought from Viernes who bought it new from Londinium in September 2013 (version 2 with black dial). Will be shipped from France (fully insured) in original packaging. - Currently plumbed in and used with bestmax water filter but can be converted back to tank use. - 1 double-spout portafilter with wooden handle - 1 bottomless portafilter with plastic handle - 1.0 and 1.2 mm steam wand tips - IMS shower screen - L1 tamper included
  18. My Londinium 1 Review. Firstly I will tell you a little bit about myself. I'm a perfectionist who likes to buy the best I can afford, I'm unforgiving and picky. Hence this review will be honest covering as much as I can good or bad. I have had the L1 1 year and 7 months as I am not the sort of person who has a machine for a month and tells you it's the best thing since sliced bread. I was lucky enough to have coffeechap demonstrate his L1 for me. I was immediately sold on the fabulous classy look, the lever experience, the taste of the coffee and solid build quality. The whole lever way of producing the coffee was just too much for me not to have one. My wife bought it for me for Christmas, I opened it up and with all my strength placed it on the work top. Wow it's heavy but that's the build quality you can expect. It's not a big machine but you need some height for the lever, more than that of a kitchen cupboard. All in chrome it looks stunning. Again I was lucky enough to have it assembled for me all I had to do was screw in the handle for the lever. I switched it on and as I have a tank fed one the water is pumped into the boiler which makes a little noise but not as much as a pump coffee machine. It says it takes 12 minutes to warm up but it's not actually ready then. I would recommend 12oz of water flushed through the empty portafilter 3oz through the hot water port and activate the steam wand. Once the L1 has boiled again all the parts are warmed, primed and ready for your first shot. As with any new machine, no matter how good, you have to get used to it. It's like owning a Ford Focus and then buying a Ferrari. The Ferrari is much better but you still have to get used to the way it drives. Well the L1 is my Ferrari. Everything is positioned perfectly and the feet raise it nicely to get your milk jugs under. The hot water port is short and blasts out after a couple of seconds of holding the knob down so careful operation of the knob is needed to prevent spraying hot water everywhere but you get used to that easy enough. The steam wand is always ready to go and can steam big jugs of milk. Mine came with a 4x1mm hole tip which is great for big jugs of milk. Very powerful. Too powerful for me and the 5oz of milk I steam for my single shot. So I simply bought a 2 hole tip which gives me the control I needed for perfect latte milk. The drip tray is all chrome too with a nice drilled pattern. It's easily removed to clean but I still place a cup under to catch the waste to reduce cleaning. I place the cups straight on my drip tray so after time there is some grazing but not really noticeable and it still shines up nicely after cleaning. Ok here's me being picky. I would like the drip tray to clip in so it doesn't rattle when I wipe it as it sits in place loosely. But I'm not bothered now I'm used to holding it while I wipe it. One more irritation for me is the tank lid. Its plastic covered with chrome and it scratches the top of the machine around the tank entrance no matter how careful you are. I would like it to be metal, clipped or hinged and not loose preventing the scratching. Again me being picky. Ok to the reason why we buy these machines, the Coffee. I've never had a bad shot from this machine. It's AWESOME. Unless it breaks beyond repair I will never change it. It took a couple of weeks to get used to it and coffechap was kind enough to show me how to use it. You still need a grinder capable of grinding the coffee fine enough and work on your distribution and tamping as you would any machine. But this lever is consistent as anything, always the same great tasting shot. Even if you are a complete amateur as I was, buy one of these, because it is so forgiving even if your distribution and tamping is not perfect you won't get a bad shot. I use a eureka mignon, and RAVE COFFEE BEANS with mine and its fabulous. I LOVE MY L1 AND WOULD DEFINITELY RECOMMEND IT FOR THE HOME USER WHO WANTS COFFEE SHOP QUALITY. I just need to upgrade my grinder next. Have to work on the misses for Christmas I think. 😉
  19. Sami

    For puck sakes!

    So I picked up a second-hand LI about a month ago and after getting my head around the differences was pulling consistently great shots. In fact, I was finding it very difficult to pull a bad shot! Worked my way through a couple of kilos of Rave beans and recently placed another order. Happy days. Something I had noticed though was that spent pucks where looking very messy on top, despite there being no obvious channeling with a naked PF. Also it seemed like a lot of grinds where getting all over the place in the group head, even past the gasket. The shots were tasting great however, so I didn't worry about it too much until the other night when I decided to remove the shower screen and inspect. Doing so revealed that I must have used too much lube when re-assembling the group head as some had 'splurged' out of the sides and even made its way onto the shower screen, hence the messy-looking pucks. Easy to fix right? Gave it all a good clean and popped the shower screen back on. Since then 4 things have happened: 1) No longer getting messy pucks. 2) Seem to be getting more crema. 3) Where I was dosing 15.8g with what I assume is the stock double basket and getting dry(ish) pucks, the same dose with Signature Blend is yielding wet pucks, even 15 minutes after the shot is pulled. 4) Every shot now has a terrible sour aftertaste! Remedied the wet pucks by dosing up to about 16.2g and using a slightly coarser grind but shots still have an awful, lingering sour aftertaste. Using the same beans, same routine (apart from slight increase in dose, approx 27g out in 27s, 6s pre-infusion, tamping marginally harder than the weight of the tamper, pulling every shot just after the red light goes out). The only thing that's different is that I'm currently using Evian instead of Volvic. Surely that couldn't be the cause? Another thing that I've noticed is that due to the low clearance of the shower screen combined with a light tamp, there aren't enough grinds in the basket to do a nsew sweep as they're just below the rim. Are other Londiniumites experiencing this also? And finally, does anyone think it would be advisable to remove the group head and make sure there's no lube where it shouldn't be?
  20. and has one of these they'd like to sell............http://www.alchemycoffee.co.uk/media/catalog/product/cache/1/image/9df78eab33525d08d6e5fb8d27136e95/g/a/gallery-r58-001.jpg Then serious mulah could exchange hands.
  21. This week I had the pleasure of being one of the first people in the world to see and touch the LONDINIUM I spring lever espresso machine. Taking a trip to Londinium Espresso's roastery with camera in hand I wasn't sure what to expect. I had been following the Londinium Espresso Blog with interest and there was a growing amount of chatter on Twitter & other coffee forums around the world too, but nothing prepared me for seeing it in person. The LONDINIUM I has been designed from the ground up. The aim was to create the world’s first commercial spring lever espresso machine designed especially for the home. Seeking to use the best parts available, the LONDINIUM I has the same group as some Kees van der Westen lever espresso machines. The hot water dispenser has a lovely spray nozzle, and the knobs have been seated flush (no threads showing unlike some machines I have come across). The internals of the machine are easily accessible - and can even be viewed behind the tempered glass on the Luxe model. Visually the machine looks the part, sporting highly polished stainless surfaces and all sharp edges have been deburred - which your hands will appreciate. After taking photos of the machine I was offered the chance to put a LONDINIUM I through its paces - in my kitchen!. I have always had a soft spot for lever machines and relish every opportunity to pull shots on them, so naturally I jumped at the chance. My first hands-on experience with the LONDINIUM I has been amazing and this weekend I have enjoyed some of the best espresso I've had all year. Reiss at Londinium Espresso gave me good instructions on how to to prime the machine and walked me through what to expect when I first switched it on, as well as what boiler pressure readings to expect. Installation was a breeze - truly plug and play. I filled the reservoir (I have a manual fill version - although a plumbed in version is available) with Volvic mineral water - my standard go-to water when evaluating a machine (and also used in preference to the hard water where I live) and attached the portafilter. With such a small footprint and no ballast in the machine to weigh it down, any worries that I had that the machine might tip forward (as some lever machines feel they they will) went away the minute I pulled the lever forward. The spring lever has a lovely action and the machine feels nicely weighted, staying flat on the bench at all times. I had read questions online about flex in the body, based on other machines produced in the factory where the LONDINIUM I was assembled. That doesn't seem to be an issue with the machine which I've been using this machine all week and haven't noticed any flexing at all (even with a fairly hefty pull - which isn't needed due to this group) There are 2 short videos which backs this up; Inserting a portafilter Inserting a portafilter Pulling on the lever Pulling on the lever Cooling flushes are a thing of the past with the LONDINIUM I. I've been measuring extraction temperatures with a Fluke and k-type probe through the base of the portafilter. Pre-extraction the water was exiting at 93c. Measuring again before the next shot, the temperature was again 93c. Coming back to the machine an hour later, the water was still 93c (all +/- 0.5) but near enough consistent. Occasionally during the hour you could hear the boiler kick in, but it's a quiet machine on the whole. Even the pump isn't too noisy and only comes on in short bursts when required. I have pulled back to back shots (3 doubles in a row) and not noticed any difference in taste (all were weighed at 16.7g from the same beans) and will be pulling more later in the week to put it through a dinner party routine. However, making 4 flat whites last night was a breeze and felt quick too. The steam pressure is powerful, and 290 mls of 4% milk steamed from 4c to 65c in 16 seconds. I used TempTags calibrated to 65c when timing this and confirmed using the Fluke as well. The milk was textured nicely and the LONDINIUM I comes with a 4 hole steam tip as standard. This evening I have been comparing extractions (*for taste and aroma only) of different coffees on the LONDINIUM I and a Gaggia Classic - using a Mahlkonig Vario grinder to grind the beans from a number of different roasters. I've used less coffee on the LONDINIUM I than the Gaggia Classic and have found it likes a finer grind too. The flavours are noticeably better on the lever machine than the Gaggia and overall you feel in more control. The pucks are also knocking out nicely. I've broken apart a couple and they are evenly extracted. I know the 2 machines are not similar, but that's the beauty of this side-by-side test. It makes you appreciate the LONDINIUM I and the control it gives you, along with the consistency. I'd love to check my extractions with a bottomless portafilter but can't fault them using the standard double one supplied with the machine. Over the next week or so I will post more thoughts and reflections, but right now I'm off to pull another shot. Please post any questions here and I will do my best to answer them. For further information please read the LONDINIUM I Press Release and visit the londiniumespresso.com website
  22. Has anybody been playing around with this recently, in particular with lighter roasts? I've been pretty consistent with 3-4 secs, as it works for me and avoids having to do a flush just in case of thermosyphon stall. Just wondered if im missing out by not playing with extended preinfusions though?
  23. Hi all, Reluctantly deciding to sell, here I am listing my Londinium I (2012-2016) machine that was bought in September 2014. It has had daily usage and only fed with Ashbeck and Volvic water. It is fitted with Cafelat silicone seals, an IMS 35µm shower screen, the old style 1.0mm 4-hole steam tip and a bottomless portafilter. The machine is based in Maida Vale, which is near Paddington of Central London. Price: £1400 and please no offers. Prefer to have collection. *Edit: or met on the outskirts of London on weekends. Payment by paypal or bank transfer. Any questions please feel free to ask! More pictures here: https://www.dropbox.com/sh/if6b7ls5tm2io09/AAAwi2Lt3XkW7AuyHRgmBT54a?dl=0
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