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“I've now owned the Gaggia Espresso machine for close...”

Written on: 25/05/2002 by vitali. (1 review written)

I've now owned the Gaggia Espresso machine for close to six months and thought that should be sufficient time to craft a review. There are two (well, maybe three) things that initially drew me to the machine: a great price point, the stunning portafilter, and the Gaggia name. When you compare this to many other models out there in this low-end range, the Espresso is simply beyond compare. The internal mechanics are primarily the same as on their higher-end models, and the pump-driven method of… Read Full Review

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Aabreetech's Response to 24754_vitali.'s Review

Written on: 11/09/2003

Vitali
<br> The Gaggia Espresso is a great little machine for the price, but the only thing they have in common with the higher end Gaggia mmachines are the portafilter, brewhead, boiler assembly, and pump. Higher end machines have selonoids for steaming, releasing pressure in the portafilter, and brewing.
<br>Try inserting your portafilter when you first turn on your machine to allow the portafilter to warm up with the machine, and see if you don't get a better first shot.
<br>Clean your brewhead and screen often. Descale your boiler if you have harder water than 1.
<br>Don't let them freeze. You will have a wet mess when you turn them on if you do.
<br>jerrya@aabree.com

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