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Krups Espresso - Older Models - M Morkel's Review
Posted: January 21, 2000, 3:15am
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Krups Espresso Machines - Older Models
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Arrow The Krups Espresso - Older Models has been rated 7.42 overall by our member reviewers
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Peter Horrell 7.75
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Ratings and Stats Overall Rating: 6.4
Product Reviewed: Krups Espresso Maximo
Manufacturer: Krups Quality: 6
Average Price: Varies Usability: 8
Price Paid: $0.00 Cost vs. Value 6
Where Bought: Aesthetics 6
Owned for: 1 year Overall 6
Writer's Expertise: Just starting Would Buy Again: n/a
Similar Items Owned: Not entered
Bottom Line: o.k. for the morning coffee
Positive Product Points

Fast Warm-up Time
Large water tank
Consistent quality (at least for milk-based rinks),
Steaming o.k.
Thermoblock System = Can be left on all day unattended

Negative Product Points

Thermoblock system = Temperature (and taste) drops after first drinks
Filter holder etc. very light-weight, plasticky appearance (like all krups) - at least compared to Gaggia classic
Espresso never REALLY good

Detailed Commentary

The Espresso Maximo is often referred to as a *semicomercial* system -but this holds true only compared to other KRUPS systems. Users with an ambition to brew really good drinks will soon experience upgrade longings (this is why i bought a GAGGIA CLASSIC a month ago - it IS a difference).
Twinned with a consistent grinder, one gets the morning cappuccinos with minimal fuss (including decent steaming). No more and no less.
As the MAXIMO is a discontinued product, one can often find it at sales price (got mine a year ago for ca. 150 EU)

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