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Sage DB to VBM Junior DB

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I’m considering changing from a Sage DB to VMB Junior dual boiler, I’m happy with the Sage but it’s a few years old now and I had a few problems with my all in one Sage as it got older, I’m also getting a new kitchen and I think the VBM is quite a striking design. But I’m not too sure what the benefits and negatives are of moving, would this be an upgrade? Thanks in advance.

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What grinder are you using?

Never owned either, but I don’t think the difference will be as pronounced as upgrading a grinder (assuming there’s a room for an upgrade).

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In terms of taste and predictability, controllability its a downgrade imo

Sage has controllable pre-infusion and some form of heated brew head

Vbm has exposed e61 which is lovely though usual caveats apply - unpredictable heat loss depending on environment.


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