Posted Fri Jun 28, 2013, 3:28pm Subject: Re: La Pavoni Europicolla Millenium Edition -Price reduced
a little bump with the reduced price. Just to clarify: the machine is 220V but can be used with 110V (the step-up transformer is included) I think $350 is a great price for a nearly-new Pavoni but I'm open to suggestion. I can ship this anywhere in the US (I'm willing to share shipping cost and paypal fee)
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Posted Fri Jun 28, 2013, 3:36pm Subject: Re: La Pavoni Europicolla Millenium Edition $350
I will add that this is a very good machine and easy to control for temperature and excellent shots. If anyone out there wants a Cremina and can't afford it, this machine pulls equivalent shots. Here's how I learned to control its temperature pretty well.
Then I added a group thermometer, which I will also do with my Cremina -- the guy who taught me thermometry had done that to his Cremina. That made temperature control very fine tuned on both machines.
Posted Sat Jul 6, 2013, 7:19am Subject: Re: La Pavoni Europicolla Millenium Edition $300
Just a little bump with the lower price of : $300 Also thanks DrGary for the comment about shot quality possible with the La Pavoni. I also have the Cremina and I have to say that the shots from La Pavoni are every bit as good.
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