6.1, Based on 18 Reviews
Two boiler espresso machine, on demand steam, froth aider.
Semi / Automatic Dual Boiler
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Gaggia's twin boiler variant of the Baby line, with a brew boiler and separate heating system for on-demand steam. Automatic operation, Froth Aider device.
Bear Lemley (quality: 10.0)
Bottom Line: Back up from this backup
P-J De Boer (quality: 9.0)
Bottom Line: Nice looking machine, makes decent espresso, great for cappuccino. Recommendable for a beginner.
Michael Smith (quality: 8.6)
Bottom Line: For the money, you can buy a much better machine: i.e. Rancilio Silvia, Gaggia Classic, or a Gaggia Baby (but not Twin)
Aaron Walls (quality: 8.3)
Bottom Line: If superior shot quality, convenience, and aesthetics are important to you, then this is the machine. If you have dreams of being a latte artist, then look elsewhere.
Jaap Bruinsma (quality: 7.7)
Bottom Line: A very good quality product, capable of making fantastic espresso, nice design. Will last a lifetime (I think).
Dan Priem (quality: 7.6)
Bottom Line: I am relieved and pleased that I made this purchase as the machine is beautiful, easy to use, and makes great espresso.
Theron Georges (quality: 7.4)
Bottom Line: The Baby Twin is an all-around great espresso machine packed full of high-tech features; however, what should be its greatest strength may be its greatest weakness, and deprives it of a "perfect 10" score!
Carol Wellins (quality: 7.3)
Bottom Line: It is an attractive machine, makes very good espresso, some problems with a machine oil smell from the steamer
Don Surplus (quality: 6.0)
Bottom Line: I now am the proud owner of a very expensive manually operated machine.
Bob Wibulseth (quality: 5.7)
Bottom Line: Almost perfect. If I had the choice, I'd have gone with somethingelse, but the Baby Twin turns out to be arguably more regret free choice, since it has everything
Roman Rakus (quality: 5.5)
Bottom Line: Excellent espresso machine, fun to use and learn.
Dan Phillips (quality: 5.2)
Bottom Line: Wait a few months till they work out the burnt tire taste, you won't regret it.
Max Wolff (quality: 4.7)
Bottom Line: Machine broke. Gaggia customer service pathetic. I will never buy another Gaggia again.
Sean Montague (quality: 3.5)
Bottom Line: Not the machine for the new coffee maker.
Cliff Enz (quality: 1.3)
Bottom Line: Be prepared to learn how to operate machine. Whole Latte Love is the purveyor of poor customer service and obviously bad expresso machines.
Bottom Line: GAGGIA change your name to FIAT - as in "FIX IT AGAIN TONY"
Bottom Line: If you love to make a good Cappuccino, then this is your machine...
Bottom Line: I will stay away from Gaggia when I purchase my new machine they will not be on my enquiry list.
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