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Saeco Incanto Plus Superautomatic Espresso Machine (Black and Chrome) EXPIRED

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Seattle Coffee Gear has Saeco Incanto Plus Superautomatic Espresso Machine (Black and Chrome) on sale for $599 - Extra $119.80 Off w/ discount code AUTO20 (apply in cart) = $479.20. Shipping is free. Thanks CheapskateTechhunter

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  • Saeco Inacanto Plus Superautomatic Espresso Machine (Black & Chrome)
  • 1-Year Seattle Coffee Gear Extended Warranty ($69 Value)
  • Saeco Incanto Cuppuccinatore (SCG Excluvie) ($45 Value)
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Saeco Incanto super automatic espresso machine for $479.99 with coupon code AUTO20. Lowest I've seen for this machine!

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Yes, it only makes espresso drinks, so it won't exactly be 'altering it to coffee'... it's a totally different process and result than drip... but the closest thing to that is a Lungo, which is an espresso extraction using double the water— or an Americano, which is an espresso shot and hot water added afterward. Not sure whether this machine does an Americano with one touch, but you can definitely hit the hot water button after the shot is pulled.
Thank you. I've been wanting to surprise him, but I know nothing about coffee!
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Good deal, but I prefer Jura over Saeco. Seen a lot of broken Saeco's over the years. Jura seems to last forever, mine has done over 5,000 cups without any issues.
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Nespresso. I done with these expensive machines. Get the same quality of a 500 dollar machine without all the work and cleanup.
I had a Nespresso but donated it when I learned how their pods were ridiculously overpriced and proprietary. Maybe that has changed?
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Good deal, but I prefer Jura over Saeco. Seen a lot of broken Saeco's over the years. Jura seems to last forever, mine has done over 5,000 cups without any issues.
I had an old school Saeco Italia, 12 years 6000 shots (about 2000 of them Lattes).
frother seal leaks a bit but still running strong. Hopefully the new one is as reliable.
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When looking at espresso machines in general, I was skeptical of buying a super-automatic because I'm a self-admitted coffee snob and was scared I would scarifice flavor for speed. But then my job role changed and 5am calls became the norm. I figured a machine that would do everything for me in the wee hours of the morning was the best choice.

I've had mine almost 9 months and 0 regrets. Once you get the grind settings right, the shots are perfectly consistent every time. Plus it takes <30 seconds from turn-on to ready-to-brew, with no coffee grounds finding their way across your kitchen. Are the shots as good as a perfectly drawn espresso from an upscale coffee house? Probably not, but you're also probably not going to a perfect draw every time unless you're a seasoned barista.

I have the Delonghi Magnifica XS only because I found one super-sale at $400, but I was heavily leaning towards Saeco/Gaggia before I made my purchase. Biggest plus for Saeco is its ceramic burr grinder which should last longer and some argue is better for espresso.

As with all coffee, find a local shop with fresh medium roasts. Imo, espresso blends are too dark and often too oily for the machine. Just buy regular coffee beans, set to the finest grind setting, and enjoy the nuances. Your espresso is only as good at the beans you put into the machine.
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Just picked up the De'longhi Dinamica last week from Amazon @ $563. Only having it for 5 days, I'd say these machines are worth the money. Amazing quality for the espresso shots, and it just works every time.
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Good price on this. If I didn't have a sette grinder and gaggia classic, I'd probably get this. Now if I got this, I would probably have to sell my equipment at a loss.
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Nespresso. I done with these expensive machines. Get the same quality of a 500 dollar machine without all the work and cleanup.
Nespresso is 50 cents a pod. This is much cheaper over the long run.
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The only concern I had with this is the size...
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damn good deal @ $431! just managed to get a DeLonghi super+milk from Craigslist for free otherwise would have been all over this. 👍 OP!
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Nespresso is 50 cents a pod. This is much cheaper over the long run.
We have both - a Nepresso Creatista and a Gaggia Classic (and a twin baby- long story)- and love both of them - The nespresso is much easier and is always good - we started using the Peet's pods because they are sold at Costco so its much easier than trying to find a Nespresso shop. But I love the art of using my Gaggia and trying different coffees.
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Does this make latte?
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This is a great machine because you can use it before work, the SO and friends can use it, and it's generally east to take care of.

Also, the Breville with built-in grinders are highly overrated. I would rather buy a decent grinder and espresso machine to pull my shots, because the grinder on the Breville just isn't that good.
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Does this make latte?
Yes..
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