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  • dr.a.j.pickering
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    Re: Sunbeam EM6910 or Gaggia classic?

    Originally posted by 4D404573151E2C0 link=1315538302/0#0 date=1315538302
    I have read many, many times about the importance of a fresh grind too, so ill be sure to get a grinder
    try the search top right and you will see that Sunbeam
    EM0450/80 are entry for espresso but with a bit extra or an eye for a bargin you can get the Breville "Smart" Grinder BCG800 which is considered to be the best sub $500 grinder

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  • dr.a.j.pickering
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    Re: Sunbeam EM6910 or Gaggia classic?

    Originally posted by 333E3B0D6B60520 link=1315538302/0#0 date=1315538302
    One thing I would really like is decent pressure coming from the steam wand...
    I loved my classic and with steam arm mod and temp surfing micro foam is achievable but it could never be described as "decent pressure".

    Never used the sunbeam

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  • ali_92
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    Sunbeam EM6910 or Gaggia classic?

    Hi,

    I work in a coffee shop and am looking at getting into making my own coffee at home, I have done some research on here and other coffee sites and it has come down to gaggia classic or sunbeam EM6910/6900, i know many people like the rancilio silvia, however thats a little out of my price range.

    One thing I would really like is decent pressure coming from the steam wand...

    Are there any other machines that I should be considering?

    I have read many, many times about the importance of a fresh grind too, so ill be sure to get a grinder

    Any advice, opinions or experience would be greatly appreciated!

    Thanks

    Alex
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