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  1. New (smaller) kitchen means that I need to replace my Expobar Leva HX which I have been very happy with for the last five years with something smaller. I am most drawn to a couple of Lelit options, either the Victoria PL91T @ ~£700, the Diana PL60PlusR1 @ ~£1000 or Elizabeth PL92T @ ~£1100. Budget is less of an issue than foot print, needs to be no more than 30cm deep and ideally less than 30cm wide. Not bothered about hot water as I can use a kettle so I only need espresso and steam. I would prefer to stick to a standard 58mm porta filter. I've also looked at the Sage Duo Temp but I think that might be tow much of a backwards step. But, as John Lewis still have this for £249 this wouldn't be a massively expensive mistake. On a typical morning I make one americano and one flat white. Evenings with guests will be 4-6 various coffees. The advantage with the Expobar's big boiler is that I can easily and immediately switch between expresso and steam with no waiting. My recollection with smaller, non-HX boilers is that there will be a wait between each espresso and any steaming - would a PID or LCC -based machine solve that problem? Hence why I am considering the latter two options with dual boiler. I would be interested in alternatives that will allow me to downsize without feeling that I am also downgrading :-) Whatever machine I buy will be paired with my existing Baratza Sette 270 (which I think is absolutely brilliant BTW). Thanks in advance for any suggestions, recommendations or other advice/experience.
  2. Since I got my Lelit I've been trying this, that and the other trying to get decent coffee out of it. It struck me just before Christmas that I've tried so many different beans, roasts & grind/tamp combos that I'm no longer sure I'd know a "good" coffee if it bashed me on the head with a hammer. To make matters worse, I'm the only coffee-drinker in the house so a second opinion isn't available. Then my daughter and her partner arrived for Christmas, and after lunch I served them a ristretto each. Their reaction was "wow!" and they came back for second and third helpings. Then I served myself one and thought "well, that's nothing special". So I'm still puzzled, but a bit gratified all the same. On with the quest...
  3. Evening all I’m thinking about upgrading from the Gaggia Classic to a HX machine. I’ve seen an Isomac Tea c2003 online going for £285; seems to have been well looked after, having had many parts recently replaced, although the seller thinks it’ll need a new pump soon. Given that this could need a fair bit spending on it, would it be a false economy vs (for example...!) a brand new Lelit Mara PL62W for £899...? There is also a third option of a new Lelit PL62T with PID for £799 but there is no warranty with this one - and am I right in thinking E61 machines don’t really benefit from PID? Thanks! Andy
  4. Hi guys! I am new to the forums and just today got a bottomless portafilter for my Lelit PL41TEM. I've had the machine around 2 weeks and am managing to get some quite good tasting shots, but nothing super thick yet. Here's a video of a good tasting shot: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kt69PJ480D0 I used Populus beans (a local roaster here in Berlin), a relatively light roast. My grinder is a Barazza Encore, set to 5. Used 18g of coffee (was using 18.5g but the extraction was much too slow) and a relatively heavy tamp, plus WDT. Problems I can see: - some dead spots where no coffee is being extracted(?) - took a while for the stream to come together - when the stream finally does come together, it's quite thin - you can still see the basket underneath - quite bubbly crema - actually the first time I had this problem! - I probably didn't stop it quick enough before it blonded Here's a picture of the puck afterwards (was there too much coffee? quite a heavy indent): I'm new to the machine, and to non-pressurised PFs. I just upgraded from a Delonghi, and I know I have a lot to learn. Your feedback would be much appreciated! Thanks James
  5. Hi, Have been looking at buying an espresso machine and looking for some advice on the best entry level option. Our budget is around £500-£800. Currently we don’t own a machine at all, just use a bialetti moka pot, a milk frothing jug and a we have this Cuisinart grinder: https://www.johnlewis.com/cuisinart-dbm8u-auto-burr-coffee-grinder/p230858168?sku=230858168&s_kwcid=2dx92700044582398773&tmad=c&tmcampid=2&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIq72R75Dm4gIVmK3tCh28QgyxEAQYASABEgL2hvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds Initially we were looking at something like the sage barista express: https://www.johnlewis.com/sage-barista-express-bean-to-cup-coffee-machine-with-milk-jug-stainless-steel/p3495241 but we’ve found quite a few bad reviews of these on amazon and are worried that they may be a pricey ‘style over substance’ option? As well as this the general consensus is that an integrated grinder is a bad idea (if it breaks it can’t be repaired and they don’t tend to be as good as a separate). Or is it the case that this might be fine for our needs and the online reviews/opinions can be taken with a pinch of salt? We aren’t really connoisseurs. One concern we have is the heat-up time on whatever we decide to go for. On weekends especially we tend to drink coffee throughout the day, so waiting 30 mins for a machine to heat up isn’t ideal… Having trawled through some forums the gaggia classic and rancilio silvia seem to be the most mentioned entry level machines for best ‘coffee shop’ results. We’ve been looking around though and have seen a few others that catch our eye (a lot of this is mainly down to aesthetics, as my girlfriend wants one that looks nice on the bench too): https://www.bellabarista.co.uk/brands/ascaso-versatile-dream-pid-polished-wood-5.html https://www.bellabarista.co.uk/brands/ascaso-versatile-dream-pid-polished-wood.html https://www.thecoffeemate.co.uk/p/refurbished-traditional-espresso-coffee-machine-lelit-anna-pl41tem/ https://www.thecoffeemate.co.uk/p/traditional-coffee-machine-lelit-grace-pl81t/ https://www.thecoffeemate.co.uk/p/coffee-machine-lelit-victoria-pl91t/ Does anyone have any experience with the ones above and how they compare with the gaggia classic or rancilio silvia? The ascaso ones in particular look very nice. Finally (and I think I already know what the response will be here) – should we think about getting a new grinder too? And any recommendations on those? Thanks in advance!
  6. Hi I have a Lelit Victoria that I got from Bella Barista July 2018. It has had light use, about 6-10 espresso a week. I clean it regularly and it benefits from being in Sheffield where it is soft water. I still have the box and all manuals. Any ideas of value?
  7. I'm thinking of getting into espresso and I've found an offer for this machine for 299eur, but I'm struggling to find much info on it. Does anyone know anything about it? Would it be a good entry level machine. I've read that you should spend more on grinder than machine but I'm currently using a Feld2 which I think handles espresso fine (even if grinding a dose might take a minute or two!)
  8. EUG

    Lelit

    Hi All I have read with interest comments concerning Lelit machines. We are the UK importers of Lelit and they are great machines for the price, if you are interested in Lelit please take a look at lelit-uk.co.uk and email me for a forums member discount. Great coffee does come at a price but we are trying to make great coffee affordable by offering forum members a head start. Discounts will vari as the Euro bounces around however we will do our best. Peter
  9. Dear coffee fiends, After many years playing with entry level SBDU machines, currently with a Gaggia Classic w/ Silvia wand, I am ready to splurge on an upgrade! I am using an Ascaso i1 grinder which worked well with the Classic which I will upgrade very soon so let us not digress into a grinder discussion! I tend to have an espresso in the mornings and a few flat whites on the weekends. Because they are few and far between, I look forward to them and take the time to get them right. The Classic has been inconsistent with shots, and the steam is lacking. I've temp surfed, descaled, and squeezed the best of it, but am not satisfied, and don't think its worthwhile to install a PID, hence the upgrade. I've read the stickies on this forum, and researched elsewhere. Still not sure whether HX or DB is best. One thing I don't get with DBs is, you get the convenience of no waiting time, but doesn't shot quality still ultimately depend on the quality and controls over the boiler on a stand alone basis (likewise with the steam and its boiler)? I see many DBs where the boiler specs do not appear much better than a SBDU like the Silvia, so would that mean that a Silvia would produce a better shot? Why are DBs often presented as "hands-down" better than SBDU if their brew boilers are not always better? Just because of the lack of waiting time or is there something I'm totally missing? Anyway I've shortlisted a few HX and DB models, in my GBP 600 - 850 budget range, and would appreciate your recommendation for each category (and why): HX: - Fracino Cherub (Pros: 2850W boiler, UK-made, E61 "type" group / Cons: ?) - Expobar Office Leva (Pros: proper E61 group, looks great / Cons: more expensive) - Nuova Simonelli Oscar (Pros: cheaper / Cons: plastic, regular 58mm group) DB: - Fracino Piccino (Pros: least expensive DB option / Cons: no PID, regular 58mm group) - Lelit Diana PL60PLUST (Pros: PID / Cons: more expensive, standard 58mm group) - Quick Mill Sivano (Pros: PID, E61 group / Cons: thermoblock for steam) Thank you your help!
  10. My Krups grinder recently packed in and after reading posts on here and elsewhere I have just ordered a new Eureka Mignon to replace it. I have owned and used a Gaggia Cubika machine for the last 10 years, but I am now thinking that it may also be a good idea to upgrade my machine to something that will get the best out my fancy new grinder. I usually make myself a macchiato every morning and then flat whites for me an my wife plus occasional guests at the weekends. I don't want to have the delay I currently experience with my Gaggia in between making the coffee and steaming the milk, and then again in between additional cups. My budget is up to around £600 for the machine, either used or new, but I don't want anything too large as I don't want it taking up half the kitchen worktop. My initial conclusion was to buy a modified Nuova Simonelli Oscar, but unfortunately the looks aren't to my wife's taste so I'm now looking at equivalent alternatives to this so would appreciate any suggestions! Are the Expobar Pulser or Lelit PL60 any good?
  11. Hi there! I'm posting this here because I'm asking for a comparison of different cofee machines and I don't know under subforum ask this! I would like to change my Gaggia Baby Class but I don't know which machine choose! As far as I have found I have seen these machines, which of course all have different specification but they all should be of good quality or I, at least, I guess so. I live in Italy so I could manage to find them on the used market so I could save some money. 1) La Pavoni lever professional http://eshop.lapavoni.com/en/lever-machines/professional-pdh.html I have found a used one of this for 300 euro to a local reseller. 2) Lelit Gilda with professional grouphead http://espresso.lelit.com/catalogo/gilda/ actually I do not know Lelit as a brand but it seems that they are producing machine for the La Pavoni itself ( the non lever ones) 3) Lelit Diana with a 2 boiler system for steaming http://espresso.lelit.com/catalogo/diana-2/ 4) Victoria Arduino Venus family http://www.victoriaarduino.com/it/venus-family/ well , first observation: this is beautiful. I have seen a could of this for about 400 euro in the used market. I'm not so expert so I hope that someone who know well cofee machine could help me decide what it's the best choise for an house usage of them also with a technical explanation! I hope that someone would be so nice to help me!!
  12. ncrc51

    Lelit Bianca

    I'm interested in what Forum members think of this machine. I know very little about Lelit's other products. It appears that the Bianca may be available in some markets now and in the U.S. perhaps in July. The price quoted by 1st Line is pretty competitive with other double boiler machines.
  13. Hey Folks, I'm in the running for a new machine and wanted to tap into your knowledge on machines and specifically the Lelit Mara line up (I know there's a whole thread about the Bianca, I've read all of it, but feel free to weigh in with the Bianca if need be). From what I can gather about the line up these are the major things that are different: PL62S - has soft plastic turn knobs for the steam and hot water taps PL62 - has hardened plastic turn knobs for the steam and hot water taps (looks better) PL62T - same as the 62 but with PID temp control PL62G - same as the 62 but with real flashy steam and hot water outlets and the group head Am I over simplifying it? Please weigh in.. My overall question, between the PL62T and the PL62/62S, is it worth plumping up for the PID? Are the versions as reliable as each other? If we're talking about future proffing then that would be the Bianca but I don't fancy profiling at this point and don't see myself to going down that road to be honest. Obviously I don't expect anyone to have owned both so if you have any of them could you comment with your experiences? Perhaps what swayed you towards your particular model. Hopefully there's more than DaveC out there who have owned/used the Mara! Thanks in advance
  14. Hi everyone. I’m looking to upgrade. I had a Francis Francis x1, then Nespresso when we had twins for the ease. It’s now time to get something decent. I was going to buy the sage barista express but I’m now tempted by the lelit anita. Any advice? My budget is around £500. I’d love a La Pavoni but I’m not sure I can commit the time and am a bit worried about small children being burnt. Any help greatly appreciated.
  15. Loving the new Bianca, seems to easy to use. Getting more and more flavours from my coffee. A few queries: I notice in the videos @DavecUK uses 94C any reason or is that his preferred temp? The default seems to be 95C. I thought 93C is the generally temperature to be using. Only one issue, I've found even after several flushes the service boiler still has a slight metallic taste when taking a sample and letting it cool. Is this normal and will it eventually disappear?
  16. Ok, so here’s the thing... I’ve got a Delonghi ES330 that I’ve had for 10 years that i’m now looking to upgrade to a ‘proper’ machine. I’d been planning on getting a Silvia until I popped into Bella Barista last week and got chatting. I’m now wondering whether it’s worth pushing to boat out to get a Lelit Mara, clearly it’s twice the price plus a bit more, so I need to weigh up whether it’s worth it. Having spent so long with the Delonghi, i’m used to not being able to steam and brew at the same time. The Silvia will clearly be a huge upgrade to what I’ve got, but I can’t stop wondering if it’s worth skipping the Silvia step and moving up further. My question is, other that concurrent steaming/brewing, what benefits will the Mara give? Is the E61 that much better than what’s in the Silvia, and if so, why? i have mainly drunk espressos over the last few years, but in the last couple of weeks have been doing more milk based drinks as I have been researching new machines, to see whether HX or DB would be worth it.
  17. Hi, I currently own a Rocket Giotto Premium Plus with pid. I need to change to a machine with a smaller footprint as my kitchen alterations will leave me less space. I have narrowed it down to the Lelit Mara pl62 g, I love the gold finish on this machine, the Rocket Appartamento or whether to spend the extra £300 or so on the ECM Mechanika slim. Thoughts anyone?
  18. Does anybody have experience to help me compare the following grinders. They would be paired (most probably) with a Lelit PL62 Mara HX espresso machine. Eureka Mignon Mk.2 for £235 Lelit William PL71 for £275 (this is not the stand alone price, but the effective price from buying as part of a set with a Mara HX brewer) Eureka Mignon Silenzio - price tbd. Supposedly hitting European dealers in February and this model probably similar price to the full RRP of the Mk.2 so c.£300 I am guessing. I don't mind waiting at all. All seem to be stepless. All seem to be 50mm steel burrs. The all fit in my kitchen okay. Mignon Mk.2 a bit noisy, but I don't care much. William seems (from internet photos) nicer build quality and a bit quieter, but a bit extra cash. Are these machines all quite similar or is one much better than the other? Thank you in advance for any insight.
  19. Hi, im looking for new coffee machine. Im interested in buying Rancilio Silvia or ascaso steel uno or lelit Anna, lelitt vip 81. i thing everyone of them will be good for a start in using more professional machines than Delonghi.. won't be? did You see interesting auctions or someone have one of them for sale ?
  20. Hi all. I joined the forum 18 months ago and remember spending a long time researching the eternal question of "what coffee machine should I buy?" We ended up just fixing the (pretty rubbish) one that we had, but now it has died and it is time to finally get a proper machine. I remembered that I had narrowed down the advice to a Rancilio Silvia and a Eureka Mignon grinder, but today I went to look at Bella Barista and find they are out of stock of the Silvias and couldn't tell me any better than "hopefully in a month we will have more"... They are showing as in stock at coffeeitalia, but they don't carry the Mignon so can;t get a "set" discount, and I seem to remember reading they are not as good as BB anyway. I'm really not sure I have the heart to retstart the whole research process, so I was hoping you all might be able to tell me what I should get. I'm wondering what LELIT are like? BB have a VICTORIA which looks quite interesting. I like the small footprint and the ability to take MUGS: https://www.bellabarista.co.uk/lelit-victoria-91t.html Also there is an ANNA TEM being discounted here. I like the idea of DISCOUNTS. https://www.thecoffeemate.co.uk/p/traditionl-espresso-coffee-machine-lelit-anna-tem/ Also willing to consider anything up to near the £650 mark. A desired ability would be a machine that can get up to temperature in 15 minutes or so, and I am hoping to not have to buy another coffee machine until 2040. Or should we just wait a month and get a Silvia? Thanks. Robert
  21. Hello everyone, How many people in the forum use or have used machines from this brand? Can you say a few words of them at first hand, like build and materials quality, are they mod friendly etc ? Greetings!
  22. Hi All, apologies for the long post. I'm just discovering “proper” coffee in the last few months I was bought an Aeropress, well two actually, and bought some coffee from the York Coffee Emporium. Since then I've gone more local and used Pumphrey's coffee not too far from me. Milky drinks tend to be the order of the day, as I find that I can now almost remove the sugar element when having textured milk, using the microwave and French press method. I would also like to explore the intricacies of espresso and see if I can tease out the flavours rather like I would with a good malt. So to set the scene. I have the Niche zero grind, hopefully, coming in due course, a Hario hand grinder and a Cuisinart burr grinder, so I believe that the grinder is sorted, for now. I only really want to buy once and I cannot really see me upgrading in the future only if the machine’s not able to be repaired, famous last words. I've narrowed my selection to the Lelit Mara and the Sage DTP, yes I know these are varying ends of the scale. Ruled out Rockets, Profitec, Expobar mainly due to written reviews and YouTube they are all great machines but the two selections do the business and cost less typically. I was swayed heavily by DaveCCUK's review of the Lelit; quality/named parts with industry standards bits that can be repaired/replaced. It seems that this is something I can grow with and explore and experiment. I like the idea of an engineered piece of kit solid levers etc. I tried my brothers Gaggia Classic at Xmas and promised myself no burn steam wands, too many ouchs! There is no real budget but I’d like to spend around £1k or lower. We have a rule in our house that whatever it is has to last longer than six weeks. Normally a fad lasts six weeks and ends up in a cupboard gathering dust I don't want to be in that scenario. So the pros and cons that I can see are as follows: Sage DTP Pros Price Simplicity Warranty from Lakeland Speed from switch-on to ready PID control Sage DTP Cons Accessories not as readily available, thinking PF size. Unable to steam/pull shot at the same time. Regret not getting the next level up machine No gauges Takes away from the idea of buy once! Lelit Pros E61 group temp stability? Gauges, visual reference an advantage Porta filter at 58 mm Accessories easier to source re: PF size Lelit Cons Speed (this can be remedied with a timer) Too complicated? Wish I had bought simpler Anyone think of pro and or cons for both machines feel free to post them. I guess the main crux is if I buy the Sage, I may regret it and wish I had gone bigger. I very rarely sell stuff on it tends to gather dust and then it goes to charity or thrown away. Although reading this it reads like my mind is already set and I'm just looking for confirmation of my selection. Hope all this makes some semblance of sense ..message ends..
  23. Selling my 1 year old PL41TEM as I've upgraded to a Brewtus. I have probably made about 1 coffee a day on average. It has been descaled every few months and only used with filtered jug water and an in-tank water softener and subsequently Ashbeck bottled water. Backflushed with Cafiza every week or so. OPV has been adjusted to 9 bar. No real signs of cosmetic wear except some scuffs from cups on top of the machine and drip tray. (I'll add all pictures including internals either later today or tomorrow) Included: Motta 57mm tamper Another bog standard tamper that fits slightly more snugly Naked portafilter 21g basket I went to great lengths tracking down through Lelit and Peter from Espresso Underground:D. Looking for £350, ideally collected from Bristol but can post, still with original packaging.
  24. Lelit Mara PL62 review Firstly, this machine is the first proper machine I have used so have little to offer in terms of comparison, it is a review of Lelit ‘pro line’ Mara coffee machine. There aren’t many reviews of the Lelit around so this is my 5 pence worth. They have 3 machines in the range; PL62S the base model, in essence it includes less accessories and lacks some stainless-steel knobs, PL62 is the middle model and is the one I shall be reviewing, PL62T has a built in PID. In case you are wondering, Lelit named it Mara after the roman prostitute in the movie leri, oggi e domani, not really how I would name a machine but hey ho. I purchased my machine for £742 from Cater-Kwik, I did liaise with Peter from espresso underground initially, he was very helpful but could not get close to that price. CaterKwik price has now gone up to £982, so I would recommend talking to Peter if you are in the market for one. It wasn’t the quickest process dealing with Caterkwik, it took about 4 weeks until delivery, and in the middle, they told me manufacturing delays meant it would be another 6 weeks. It was however well boxed, Caterkwik insist you open and check the goods before signing for them, Mr DPD wasn’t too happy! Right, better review the machine… Unboxing: If you have seen pictures and thought “that is a nice-looking machine”, those pictures do it no justice. This is a piece of art, mirror polished stainless steel everywhere, it oozes quality, no flimsy panels to be seen anywhere. One piece of frustration is that the power lead sticks out the rear of the machine by about 3 cm, which means it can’t sit flush to the wall given that I weigh my coffee you can imagine how much this frustrates me! Accessories are pretty standard, single and double 58mm portafilter, single, double and blind baskets. Provided with a solid good quality 58mm wood handle tamper. Initial set up: This has a 1.5 litre tank, the tank is positioned at the rear of the machine under a removeable steel panel. The machine has two tubes leading into the tank, you attach the supplied filter on the longer of the two tubes. Very easy to remove/insert the water tank. Turn her on Unsurprisinngly its easy to turn Mara on, after which you are met with two LED lights, one to say the machine is on, the other to signify that it is heating up. Much like the best prostitutes it tells you what it thinks you want, telling you it is ready, after just 10 minutes (this is a E61 type machine). I’ve come to just ignore the LED lights now. Espresso This is what it is all about, as this is my first proper machine I have been weighing input and output, using a brew ratio of 1:2. It has taken a while to balance the machine and grinds however I have reached a point where I get 28 gram outpoint around the 25 sec mark. For the first few seconds it sits at 4 bar on the mamometer, then extracts at just about 8 bar. At this epok, could I advise those married readers out there that when your spouse sees you weighing your coffee to the nearest 0.05g (see related scales review) it may mar their view of you somewhat. Her “What ARE you doing?” Me “Oh just weighing my coffee before and after extraction” Her “….” I digress, the coffee produced is delicious, good crema atop, it has amazed me how significant the taste of the same bean is given different grinds/extractions. My only criticism of the machine is despite the 3-way solenoid valve I seem to be getting soggy pucks (may be operator error mind you). Milk/water The water spout is well, a water spout, you twist the knob and water flows from the spout, not particularly fast but useable, personally I use the kettle, as that is easier to fill. The milk nozzle exceeds my ability at the moment, it is more than capable of producing good quality micro foam. It heats the milk in a matter of a few seconds and creates a significant whirlpool even at my beginner level. It has an anti-burn wand, this means you can move the wand during/after frothing with ease. Final thoughts/consideration I know that people always say this about their own equipment but I love this machine, it is good looking, good quality and makes good coffee. What more do you want from a machine? Pro’s Great quality Good accessories provided Great coffee Great wands Con's Power lead extrudes a couple of cm from rearHeat up LED pointless Soggy pucks Apologies about the photo's, I cannot seem to rotate them! Ian
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