Re: Need Help Comparing Saeco Superautomatics
- From: chucksutton@xxxxxxxxx
- Date: 5 Jan 2007 14:44:59 -0800
no advantage in ceramic stuff.
SBS? It's always been there.
Are you certain?
Reviewers have said that the ceramic grinder is substantially quieter
than the steel grinders of past models, though this is not a major
concern of mine
newest models of the Incanto series, they have introduced a flowFrom my research into the different models, it seemed to me that in the
restrictor which allowed you to not only control the volume of the
pour, but the rate of the pour as well, allowing for a slower
extraction that yields more crema. Regardless, it seemed in the
descriptions that I have read to be a new feature not available on
previous models, and one which seems to give the user a bit more
control over the finished product.
I am afraid that my household is in need of a superauto... we have a
semi-auto that just does not get used enough purely because it is a
hassle and messy. A need for convenience has won out over the pursuit
of perfection, and we have become willing to accept lesser quality,
consistant no-hassle results.
That said, I do obviously want to get the best results possible with a
superauto, and so that is why I am leaning towards the Incanto, because
it seems from the descriptions and the reviews that I've read to give a
further measure of control over the production of the shot. If the
flow control is not a new feature, or is really just of no use, than I
would be more inclined to grab the Magic Comfort + for about $150
I am restricting myself to the Incanto Rondo, the Magic Comfort + and
the V'spresso, because they are all models sold by Costco, where I am
planning to make my purchase due to their very solid return policy.