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Product Details
Overall Rating 7.7, Based on 11 Reviews
Avg Price $459.00
Manufacturer Isomac
Machine Type Single boiler, temperature gauge
Colors Steel
Class Semi Automatic Dual Purpose Boiler
Pro Review No
First Look Yes
QuickShot No

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A budget entry machine from Isomac, featuring a 5oz brass boiler and a temperature gauge.

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Robert Van der Meijden (quality: 7.3) 04.20.2005 Rating: 9.6
Bottom Line: Buy great looking cups, put on top of the machine and enjoy the view! With a great espresso in your hand of course!
Kristin S. (quality: 8.3) 10.07.2004 Rating: 9.4
Bottom Line: Good performance, good looks, and good value combine in this dark-horse Isomac to make the Super Giada a very solid citizen indeed.
Michael Baryzewski (quality: 6.3) 04.12.2005 Rating: 9.2
Bottom Line: In no time (5 min) you drink truly great coffee hardly matched by most italian cafes, and I am there frequently.
Pradeep Sarin (quality: 6.3) 01.15.2004 Rating: 9.2
Bottom Line: Great value for money
Brian Miller (quality: 4.9) 05.10.2005 Rating: 8.4
Bottom Line: So beautiful and such good coffee I'm willing to forgive the noise and drips.
Gonšalo Baptista (quality: 4.4) 11.29.2005 Rating: 8.2
Bottom Line: A goof balance betweem quality , looks and price
Peck Euwer (quality: 5.8) 12.25.2003 Rating: 8.2
Bottom Line: A nice looking machine that makes good espresso, but probably isn't worth the money. If you are stuck on buying a dual purpose consumer machine get a Silvia, or take the plunge and get a used HX machine.
Gary Cook (quality: 6.8) 11.10.2004 Rating: 7.0
Bottom Line: Beware merchants who still sell this.
Bob X (quality: 4.7) 09.20.2006 Rating: 6.6
Bottom Line: If I wasn't a sucker for high aesthetics and low prices, I'd skip this mid-range machine and go for broke on a e-61.
Henke Rundgren (quality: 0.6) 11.24.2004 Rating: 5.8
Bottom Line: o
Jeb Thyrson (quality: 3.6) 09.14.2005 Rating: 3.4
Bottom Line: Junk
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