I wonder how many we will need listed before Chris will look at bringing some over?? I am sure if the Vertrano 2B was listed on CCS & other espresso websites, it would be a big seller! Now we just need a price point & availability . . .
Perhaps it would be nice to allow Chris some time to get it correct the first time. QM still has some computations of their own, I'm sure. Anyone who has dealt with Chris knows he values quality AND functionality in all the machines he takes a personal hand with.
It is to ANY vendor's benefit to be as expeditious as possible, but not so if the figures aren't spot on. From personal experience, I know this to be Chris' way. I'm sure all the vendors would agree with this.
EDIT: I've been meaning to say I can understand the excitement, for it is another beautiful QM machine. I had an Anita (one of the first 15 or so Chris sold, and it was lovely, dependable and made terrific coffee.
john_ertw Senior Member Joined: 3 Nov 2012 Posts: 21 Location: Toronto, Ontario Expertise: I like coffee
Espresso: Quickmill Vetrano Grinder: Baratza Vario
Posted Mon Apr 8, 2013, 10:44am Subject: Re: Another DB Quickmill
I would be interested based on the height difference between the Vetrano and Duetto alone. I prefer the E-61 styling over the Vivaldi (personal preference), but cannot physically fit a E-61 dual boiler, plumbed in, rotary pump machine. I wish someone made a shorter version, even if it means being slightly wider/deeper to accomodate the internals. Looking at my HX vetrano it could be done.
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