Sstone hit it on the head. I live with in 5 hours of the NS USA headquarters and there are more of them around used so what is what I found in my price range. I have seen very few Expobars up for sale used. You will have to see what is common in your area and you can get parts for.
Buying advice: GRINDER GRINDER GRINDER. Don't cheap out on the grinder.
Redial Senior Member Joined: 9 Dec 2012 Posts: 10 Location: Pa, USA Expertise: Just starting
Posted Thu May 2, 2013, 5:45am Subject: Re: Expobar Office Pulser or Simonelli Oscar?
+1 satisfied Expobar owner. Worst thing about it is it is fairly tall and in order to get the reservoir out i have to pull it out from under the cabinets. Other than that makes back to back shots and i have not run out of steam yet.
Either way i think you cant go wrong with these two machines. After owning an HX i dont want to go back to single boiler either :)
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