andiron Senior Member Joined: 17 Nov 2004 Posts: 142 Location: Austin, TX Expertise: Just starting
Espresso: Isomac Relax Grinder: Rocky Doserless
Posted Mon Nov 22, 2004, 12:27am Subject: Re: Gaggia Classic First Look
Just wanted to let you know I'm really enjoying your reviews as I'm making a decision on what to buy within the next few days. I'm locked up. I think I've narrowed down to the consideration of one of the Gaggia machines...like the Classic versus the Solis SL70. Up in the Machines and Grinders forum I've posted a thread titled Frankenretro Classico. This was my second thread started in the quest for a new machine for my wifes Christmas present. My final evaluation is proving more difficult than I would have thought. I am using your detailed review of the SL70 up against the FR of the Classic. Any way you could pop in and help with my quest? I posted another long thread titled @Christmas Gift for my Wife. In any event..thanks for such a cool site.
AlexD Senior Member Joined: 4 Feb 2011 Posts: 12 Location: Sterling Heights, MI Expertise: I like coffee
Espresso: Gaggia Classic Grinder: Gaggia MDF
Posted Sat Feb 19, 2011, 1:07pm Subject: Re: Gaggia Classic First Look
Great review and I think it was spot on in terms of the good attributes and the bad attributes of the machine. I wish there was a detailed review but the First Look will surely give people some good info if they are considering buying a Classic.
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