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Thread: New machine, which one? Or gaggia?

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    New machine, which one? Or gaggia?

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Sorry for the seemingly lazy question but the choruses are overwhelming me!

    We had a saeco incanto (now gaggia?) followed by our Breville 920 which is dying so Iím on the hunt for a new machine.

    Budget up to $1200 and Iíd like to consider a fully automatic again this time around?

    Or should we stick to a manual.

    We make anywhere between 1-6 cups a day, usually cappuccino.

    What should I consider this time around?

    Are Jura good?

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    If you are happy to go to a little more effort then a manual machine/grinder combo will make better coffee than an auto. For your budget you could consider an Italian made Lelit PL42TEMD.

    charlie
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    https://coffeesnobs.com.au/coffee-ha...duetto-ii.html

    If you can stretch to $1400 this machine would last you till you are pushing up the daisy's.

    Also it will deliver coffee that far exceeds any automatic machine.

    Maurice
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    I heard about Jura some good reviews, However i would prefere delonghi to jura. Of course Elektra is my favourite, but it cost quite much.



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