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    buying a espresso machine

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    hello
    I am wishing to buy a good espresso machine (new or second-hand), I have seen a new Isomac for around $1600.
    Are these good machines?
    I am wanting a Rocket Giotto, but the $2,600 is outside my budget at this time.
    Any feedback would be appreciated.

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    Re: buying a espresso machine

    Quote Originally Posted by 717E787E71701F0 link=1338973614/0#0 date=1338973614
    hello
    I am wishing to buy a good espresso machine (new or second-hand), I have seen a new Isomac for around $1600.
    Are these good machines?
    I am wanting a Rocket Giotto, but the $2,600 is outside my budget at this time.
    Any feedback would be appreciated.*
    Welcome nagano,

    2 very different machines. Few would argue the against the superiority of the Giotto.

    You may be closer than you think. See your PM. ;)

    Cheers

    Chris



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