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Never seen it this cheap at Amazon before.

Sold and shipped by Amazon.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07RQ3N...yp_imgToDp
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Amazing machine if you want to really dive into espresso. Be sure to have a grinder capable of grinding fine enough for espresso via a non pressurized portafilter.
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This is a great price new, this is about the market price for one of these refurbished usually. Sells and ships from Whole Latte Love, a well-established and reputable espresso supply company. I'm not seeing this deal on their own site.
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Great Price. Take care with inspecting the unit when received, though. I just when through 3 units due to various QC and slight damage when each arrived. Notably, bent steam knobs and spot welding that did not take around the portafilter body. Packaging is ok but doesn't provide enough protection for the steam knob. Amazon Customer Service was great at direct replacement and returns. I am tempted to return just for the discount but I'm happy with a solid working unit after 3 weeks of disappointment.
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Quote from EfficientSwing330 :
This is a great price new, this is about the market price for one of these refurbished usually. Sells and ships from Whole Latte Love, a well-established and reputable espresso supply company. I'm not seeing this deal on their own site.
Yep, super popular machine with tons of mods. I see these listed used around this price. I wonder why the sale to be honest.
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What type of machine do I need to make a good allongé without much effort?
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Yep, super popular machine with tons of mods. I see these listed used around this price. I wonder why the sale to be honest.
Looks like Whole Latte Love has it at $375, on Amazon, and Amazon is higher but favoring their own price...
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What type of machine do I need to make a good allongé without much effort?
No such thing as without much effort in espresso lol. Only trial and error. But you can pull good shots with the gaggia classic pro. Probably the best entry level machine
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how much do you have to spend modding this so it's ideal? I think I remember there's a PID mod?
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Looks like Whole Latte Love has it at $375, on Amazon, and Amazon is higher but favoring their own price...
For anyone on the fence, it's great to support WLL or any companies like them. Smaller, they care, and will provide way more post-purchase support and knowledge.
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how much do you have to spend modding this so it's ideal? I think I remember there's a PID mod?
You can get away with just doing the OPV spring to adjust it to 9 Bars. Also recommend an IMS basket. Those two are the bare minimum and I love the shots I'm able to pull.
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You can get away with just doing the OPV spring to adjust it to 9 Bars. Also recommend an IMS basket. Those two are the bare minimum and I love the shots I'm able to pull.
How much does that add? I want to get into expresso but was looking at the manual lever models too. If I have the money should I just spring for the Silvia?
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how much do you have to spend modding this so it's ideal? I think I remember there's a PID mod?
I got this last time there was a deal on touch of modern.
Hell of a machine. The only MOD you really need is a 9bar spring and precision basket. Extremely easy to replace. $6 on ebay. Basket is ~$20 on seattle coffee gear.
After that, the quality is phenomenal. You need PID probably only if you drink clean espresso and can actually taste the difference. I use it for milk-based drinks, so I wing it. I didn't understand what "temp surfing" is before I got one. After a couple of months, I do. And it's annoying. And I am really interested in making a gaggiaino. Basically, PID makes sure your water temperature doesn't drop and your espresso is consistent. I just switch steaming mode for 5-10 seconds, purge the steam, pull the shot.
What I would like to have PID for is milk foaming. The temperature/ pressure drops, especially if you're foaming milk for 2 drinks.

I also bought a metal tamper and bottomless portafilter. Latter only for looks and to know if it's you or the grinder who's done wrong.
With this machine, though, freshest coffee matters. I was totally fine with Costco Lavazza bags in a Jura. Here you taste the difference.
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This or any of the breville bambino? The one thing I'm not a fan of is cup height on the Gaggia is 3.75 inches.
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