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benpiff
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Posted Tue Oct 8, 2013, 7:38am
Subject: Re: Vintage Nuova Simonelli Mia
 

I sold mine locally for $175-200, and found it to be a very cute display piece that also was capable of good shots and steam. A also know another person in town that has used one for a long time as a travel machine. I wish I filmed some shots with mine, but all I have is this first latte art attempt:
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Espresso: Strega, MCal, Cimbali M20L
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Posted Tue Oct 8, 2013, 9:52am
Subject: SOLD: Vintage Nuova Simonelli Mia
 

It uses a regular PF and normal steam wand.  Its no prosumer machine by any means but with a good grind I have seen a good cup come out of it.  Personally I haven't used it since I picked it up a long time ago but I did taste the coffee from the machine prior to purchasing it.  I bought it for my personal collection as its a unique piece but I am now eyeing other equipment that takes precedence.  

BTW that is a beautiful latte.  The machine is now SOLD to a fellow CG
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Posted Wed Oct 9, 2013, 11:21am
Subject: Re: SOLD: Vintage Nuova Simonelli Mia
 

Dang, was interested for collection/work.
Hope it has a loving home!

 
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