No space or money or 220 plug for it. But if it works at all I would think it is worth more than 100. Besides, I did not fix up this Oscar so much to abandon it so fast. It has to last me a few years to pay for all the work I have done to it. And really I like the plastic cool sides and low weight, in my small space that is a plus I don't have to worry if a plastic bag touches the machine or bumping it....
Buying advice: GRINDER GRINDER GRINDER. Don't cheap out on the grinder.
Cuisnart EM-200, Kijiji, $20. Not an awesome machine but it beat the pants of my Delonghi BAR32 for espresso. It's steam sucks, but to be fair the BAR32 is a monster with a custom steam tip. (Oh, and it came with a SS steaming pitcher that I would have had to pay $15 for anyways...)
La San Marco Practical single group circa 1998, $500. Would'a jumped on it but GF said it was "Huge and ugly" and she has veto power (I hate sleeping on the couch) ;).
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