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  1. Greetings, hopefully my investigations will help others. You know the feeling, you have your routine off pat, you are consistent. Nearly every shot pours nicely. Then a mate comes round, you make him a coffee, all good. You make yourself one, and end up with a pebble dashed cup, coffee machine, kitchen worktop. I actually said to him "this only happens when you're here" Which got me thinking. It really did only happen when he was there. I make an espresso before I go to work. I make an espresso when I get back. I make an espresso after dinner. Hardly ever spray. Each time,
  2. hi and thank you for your time in advance if you have a rocket machine like R58 or R60v ( or something in this range ) i want to know how much work flow can the machine take during a day , i'm fascinated by the look and brewing capability of rocket machines and am inclined to buy one , i have a choice to use it in one of these 3 places , so i want to know which is more in line with the machine's capacity and work flow , first place is my office which due to nature of the work there ( it is a writing/theater production office ) coffee is a necessity , we haven't had a espresso machine there
  3. I'm in the market for a new machine, and I'm trying to answer a "simple" question. Is it worth spending extra to get a machine that can do pressure profiling? Article explaining pressure profiling here. I fully intend to go and try the differences for myself if I can get access to a machine (might just have to bite the bullet and drive down to Bella), i realise that this is a subjective discussion, and ultimately I'll need to make my own mind up! Keen to hear people's opinions/experiences on the value of pressure profiling, rather than does pressure profiling work Ult
  4. Anyone own a Rocket R60 machine? Wondering how the pressure profile machine measures up to any previous machine you've owned.
  5. I'm not sure which thread but i seem to remember someone mentioning the prospect of pressure profiling on a Brewtus by adjusting the OPV during extraction. So for you more experienced Brewtus users I ask: - Has anyone tried playing with adjusting the OPV during extraction? - How low can the OPV go without risking damage? - What else should be considered if you're planning on doing it? - Should I even bother with trying?
  6. Was looking at some of the info on this machine regarding pressure profiling but when I was reading the brochure I noticed that the machine and grinder talk to each other via bluetooth. It sounds like if the grind is off then it will automatically adjust itself without intervention, pretty out there! Whether it works in reality is obviously another question. Oh yeah and it's only for 4th wave coffee :S http://cimbaliuk.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/04/M100Brochure.pdf There is some interesting info on pressure profiles in their videos on the machine also.
  7. One thread to bore them all.... Place so all the boffin posts can go in one place . and then its easy for those that aren't interested to ignore them. If its of no interest please feel free to walk on by to a thread that you are interested in... More later ...
  8. Can someone please explain to me, the benefit of an E61 machine having the ability to do the above?
  9. My coffee requirements are changing. I am no longer needing to produce coffee in quantity I have purchased a much simpler system to cope with our Family use. Therefore I am offering my Vesuvius for sale at £2250 which includes £400/£500 of new added extras. listed below. It’s a very fair price for a fantastic machine Purchased new from Bellabarista just under 2 years ago. This was the first Machine off the production line at Ambiente. Has been trouble free since purchase. The only gripe I ever had with the Machine was the ridiculous steam wand. No good at all for large jugs to
  10. Hi all, long time no see I am moving on some items I am not really using and selling them could help me to fund some other stuff. For sale is a set for making espresso at your home or office or anywhere else with beans and hot water available. This will also enable you to do pressure profiling and won't take much space on your countertop. It is ideal if you don' t need to steam milk and make few espressos a day (such as one in the morning and one in the evening). It is quiet in use (no pump) and you can get from zero to espresso in around 7 minutes. The workflow (with a different grind
  11. I'm selling my 1 week old Vesuvius. Not a statement you hear very often I know, so let me explain. I'm not at all dissatisfied with the machine, or the coffee I'm making on it (even with my limited skills). However, I'm spending hours a day waiting for the machine to warm up and cleaning it after I've used it, which is more effort then it's worth for me. Lesson learned. I won't be buying another espresso machine to replace it, I'll be going back to drinking brewed coffee from my EK43 and V60, which I enjoy tremendously. If you think I'm an idiot, that's fine, but if you must remind me of this,
  12. Unfortunately the time has come to sell my coffee machine. It’s a two group Grimac Zola. The machine was fully restored in Dec 2013, please see link below for restoration thread. The machine has been used almost everyday since then and has never had an issue. I’m only selling as we are moving house and is a bit too big (despite being a relatively compact two group). The last maintenance I did was to change the group seals a few months ago. One MOD I did a while ago was to add a switch to allow for pre-infusion using mains water pressure before using pump pressure. I added a pressure regul
  13. Just completed the review/testing on this new Crem machine, it's taken 4 months. I've had it on the bench since early October 2019. It's been interesting and tough sometimes especially the battles with a large corporate from where it was and where it is now but it's getting easier. Enjoy, even if you are not considering one, I think you will find it interesting, even educational. Warning, it's a very long review and lots of videos. https://coffeeequipmentreviews.wordpress.com/2019/12/16/crem-one-2b/
  14. 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.
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