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  • Holiday coffee in a box

    A few days off so it's time to pick a holiday coffee setup. Has to be a one box deal because the car's full of bags and bikes:

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    So the Lelit PL42TEMD gets the call up:

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    And it's just like coffee at home except with bike rides and trips to zoos after morning piccolos

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    Happy days . Now if it would just stop raining ...

    charlie

  • #2
    This is my travel machine, small footprint, light weight, heats up fast, great shots and milk drinks, handle detaches easily and of course a bit of an adventure using a small lever machine after the Bezzera.

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    • #3
      Hi Yelta,
      I take the Otto - still makes great coffee
      I generally remove it from its travel box and put it in the suitcase. Its been all over the place with us
      Cheers
      Dave

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Dr_Dave View Post
        Hi Yelta,
        I take the Otto - still makes great coffee
        I generally remove it from its travel box and put it in the suitcase. Its been all over the place with us
        Cheers
        Dave
        The Otto certainly has a following Dave, nice compact device for travel.

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        • #5
          Don't forget the Bacchi which makes proper espresso under pressure and will hold its ground against machines which cost many times more. Low maintenance and a very small footprint.

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