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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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Some tips for using the machine:
Use dry, not oily beans. Lavazza Supercrema is a good option.
Preheat your cups using the hotwater function, otherwise you're sapping heat away from your shot.
Start on the super fine to fine setting, then go more coarse if you need to. If your shots are sour then keep going more fine. Coffee should never be sour!
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Playing around got it down to $431.28!! Awesome deal. did Auto20 and auto10
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Yeah, former BES870 owner here, now have a Saeco Exprelia as of a month ago. I liked the ability to fine-tune with the Breville, but sometimes that was my downfall because I wasted a lot of time and beans trying to get it right. One button on the Exprelia and it kicked out a perfect shot, rich and sweet, beautifully extracted, something I've seldom tasted in my own kitchen before. Big fan of the one-touch superauto. What a marvel it is.

+1 on ALL tips above. Medium roast, non-oily beans, filtered water, and one more thing: DO YOUR MAINTENANCE and do it on schedule and when otherwise required. If you don't have the will or the time to do the proper machine maintenance, a superautomatic isn't for you. Best wishes.
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Some tips for using the machine:
Use dry, not oily beans. Lavazza Supercrema is a good option.
Preheat your cups using the hotwater function, otherwise you're sapping heat away from your shot.
Start on the super fine to fine setting, then go more coarse if you need to. If your shots are sour then keep going more fine. Coffee should never be sour!
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Does the 10% stack on this also for new customers?

BTW the great deal is the refurb units with Milk, but they are out of stock
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Does the 10% stack on this also for new customers?

BTW the great deal is the refurb units with Milk, but they are out of stock
Not that I'm aware of, tried stacking $20 off $200 and it removes the 20% off coupon
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Some tips for using the machine:
Use dry, not oily beans. Lavazza Supercrema is a good option.
Preheat your cups using the hotwater function, otherwise you're sapping heat away from your shot.
Start on the super fine to fine setting, then go more coarse if you need to. If your shots are sour then keep going more fine. Coffee should never be sour!
Also, using filtered water rather than tap water will extend the life of your machine.
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I feel like this would have been a better choice over my breville bes870xl. I don't mind the learning curve and trying to really dial in my shots but it can be tedious and my wife absolutelt hates it. If this was around yours price then I bought my breville I think I would have purchased this instead.
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I feel like this would have been a better choice over my breville bes870xl. I don't mind the learning curve and trying to really dial in my shots but it can be tedious and my wife absolutelt hates it. If this was around yours price then I bought my breville I think I would have purchased this instead.
Yeah, former BES870 owner here, now have a Saeco Exprelia as of a month ago. I liked the ability to fine-tune with the Breville, but sometimes that was my downfall because I wasted a lot of time and beans trying to get it right. One button on the Exprelia and it kicked out a perfect shot, rich and sweet, beautifully extracted, something I've seldom tasted in my own kitchen before. Big fan of the one-touch superauto. What a marvel it is.

+1 on ALL tips above. Medium roast, non-oily beans, filtered water, and one more thing: DO YOUR MAINTENANCE and do it on schedule and when otherwise required. If you don't have the will or the time to do the proper machine maintenance, a superautomatic isn't for you. Best wishes.
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Playing around got it down to $431.28!! Awesome deal. did Auto20 and auto10
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Yeah, former BES870 owner here, now have a Saeco Exprelia as of a month ago. I liked the ability to fine-tune with the Breville, but sometimes that was my downfall because I wasted a lot of time and beans trying to get it right. One button on the Exprelia and it kicked out a perfect shot, rich and sweet, beautifully extracted, something I've seldom tasted in my own kitchen before. Big fan of the one-touch superauto. What a marvel it is.

+1 on ALL tips above. Medium roast, non-oily beans, filtered water, and one more thing: DO YOUR MAINTENANCE and do it on schedule and when otherwise required. If you don't have the will or the time to do the proper machine maintenance, a superautomatic isn't for you. Best wishes.
This, descale on a regular schedule or you'll regret it.
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You guys are killing me with the comparison over breville. I can't make the switch now ugh, this is a great price, wish it was around before I picked up the breville.
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I've had one since October when it was around this price ... I took a few days to nail the grinding ... I wish I could grind super fine but I had to dial down a bit else it would get stuck more than half of the times, I using Lavazza Super Crema. Ever since it simply just works. I only use bottled water, and it does use a lot of it, it's not o my for coffee making, but also for its internal rinsing process, that you don't really see. Keep it full!
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Also, using filtered water rather than tap water will extend the life of your machine.
Also, clean your machine. Use both the declacifier as well as degreaser tablets.
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I've had one since October when it was around this price ... I took a few days to nail the grinding ... I wish I could grind super fine but I had to dial down a bit else it would get stuck more than half of the times, I using Lavazza Super Crema. Ever since it simply just works. I only use bottled water, and it does use a lot of it, it's not o my for coffee making, but also for its internal rinsing process, that you don't really see. Keep it full!

Would RO water be ok to use?

I have a simple nespresso machine - thinking about upgrading.
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If I just wanted espresso what machine would y'all recommend. I've been looking at the Jura Micro 1.
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