A double up of the other post as I didn't see this one...
"So anyone used the Coffee Sensor? Interested in a group buy? (3 needed for free shipping). I'm willing to give it a go, and give me a bit more insight into what is happening at the brew head. Works about $80-ishAUD each, delivered. "
My only suggestion is based on the website, to have someone who is a proficient English speaker go over it. (some of the words you use, are correct, but not really the right ones). Let me know if you want some help!!
AfterThe most common question about our coffee sensor is what can it do for you? Well, Coffee Sensor offers valuable and instant information during the entire brewing process of the coffee puck.
First off, our sensor tells you if your machine is ready to go before your first coffee of the day, by indicating E61 group head idle temperature. After this, you will know how to correctly adjust the cooling flush (by name, a HX coffee machine special cooling process), by knowing the perfect moment of finish and start of the coffee extraction. During brewing, it will show you the exact temperature level throughout the entire extraction. Here, most of our customers finally know if their machine is stable or not or if the pressurestat is set up way to low or way to high. In one case, our customer, when trying to set up the machine and adjust the pressurestat, found out that it's actually broken and the machine was sent off for repairs, being in warranty period.
In the end, we can say that with the help of our product, you will see the HX or SBDU machine with completely new
The most common question about our coffee sensor is what can it do for you? In a nutshell, the Coffee Sensor offers the user instant feedback during the entire brewing process, providing valuable information and eliminating guesswork.
Before you have had your first coffee of the day, the sensor will tell you whether your machine is ready to go from a temperature perspective by displaying the E61 group head idle temperature. This will enable you to accurately utilize the ‘cooling flush’ (a process used by HX coffee machines to ensure optimal temperatures of the brew head). No more maybe, I think it is, kind of, maybe…now you know.
During brewing, the Coffee Sensor will show you the exact temperature levels throughout the entire extraction. This enables you to gain a better insight as to whether your machine temperatures are stable or not. You may even find out that in fact the pressurestat is set up too low or too high, or even in the case of one customer that the pressurestat is faulty!
In the end, we can confidently say that with the help of our product, you will see the your HX or SBDU machine with completely new eyes.