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Date: 16 Jun 2007 08:29:04
From: D. Ross
Subject: Pretty espresso machine
I was organizing my bookmarks, and realized I forgot to post this when I ran
across it last fall:

http://www.designspotter.com/weblog/archives/2006/10/red_hot.php

Apparently not in production, alas.

- Dvid R.
--
Less information than you ever thought possible:
http://www.demitasse.net




 
Date: 18 Jun 2007 19:23:42
From: Barry Jarrett
Subject: Re: Pretty espresso machine
On Sat, 16 Jun 2007 08:29:04 GMT, ross@math.hawaii.NOSPAM.edu (D.
Ross) wrote:

>I was organizing my bookmarks, and realized I forgot to post this when I ran
>across it last fall:
>
>http://www.designspotter.com/weblog/archives/2006/10/red_hot.php
>
>Apparently not in production, alas.


"exclusive Pannerello"??



  
Date: 22 Jun 2007 15:14:01
From: Brent
Subject: Re: Pretty espresso machine
>
>
> "exclusive Pannerello"??
>

yeah, exclusive, you know, no one else gets to use your one...




 
Date: 18 Jun 2007 06:58:26
From:
Subject: Re: Pretty espresso machine
I particularly like the "integrated coffee crushing mill"

My first thought upon looking at it was that it belongs in Whoville.

Kurt



 
Date: 16 Jun 2007 09:15:45
From: Robert Harmon
Subject: Re: Pretty espresso machine
I've bought many zany looking things to add to my collection, but I've
always insisted that form must follow function & not the other way
around.

I'd be afraid to even sneeze near this machine - it just looks so
frail (example - look at the handle on the PK). If it were made from
forged S/S it *might* hold together long enough to find out what kind
of shots it could produce.

But it probably won a ribbon of some sort - I'm sure it was made by an
aspiring industrial designer as part of a class project; and almost
certainly with no engineering input.

Robert Harmon

On Jun 16, 3:29 am, r...@math.hawaii.NOSPAM.edu (D. Ross) wrote:
> I was organizing my bookmarks, and realized I forgot to post this when I ran
> across it last fall:
>
> http://www.designspotter.com/weblog/archives/2006/10/red_hot.php
>
> Apparently not in production, alas.
>
> - Dvid R.
> --
> Less information than you ever thought possible:http://www.demitasse.net




 
Date: 16 Jun 2007 10:57:36
From: Jack Denver
Subject: Re: Pretty espresso machine
It's sort of like Salvador Dali meets the Atomic.

"D. Ross" <ross@math.hawaii.NOSPAM.edu > wrote in message
news:46739eb9.19220687@localhost...
>I was organizing my bookmarks, and realized I forgot to post this when I
>ran
> across it last fall:
>
> http://www.designspotter.com/weblog/archives/2006/10/red_hot.php
>
> Apparently not in production, alas.
>
> - Dvid R.
> --
> Less information than you ever thought possible:
> http://www.demitasse.net




  
Date: 16 Jun 2007 11:40:57
From: Moka Java
Subject: Re: Pretty espresso machine
Looks a little like an inverted toilet bowl. NIMK

R "but I'm the guy who didn't care for the $30m bikini" TF

Jack Denver wrote:
> It's sort of like Salvador Dali meets the Atomic.
>
> "D. Ross" <ross@math.hawaii.NOSPAM.edu> wrote in message
> news:46739eb9.19220687@localhost...
>> I was organizing my bookmarks, and realized I forgot to post this when I
>> ran
>> across it last fall:
>>
>> http://www.designspotter.com/weblog/archives/2006/10/red_hot.php
>>
>> Apparently not in production, alas.
>>
>> - Dvid R.
>> --
>> Less information than you ever thought possible:
>> http://www.demitasse.net
>
>


 
Date: 16 Jun 2007 14:44:04
From: Ken Wilson
Subject: Re: Pretty espresso machine
After contemplating it a bit, I realised I liked it - but not in 70's red.
Imagine it in stainless steel.

But each to their own

Ken
>
> http://www.designspotter.com/weblog/archives/2006/10/red_hot.php
>
> Apparently not in production, alas.
>