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Date: 11 Oct 2006 09:34:14
From: Randy G.
Subject: SHopping for a SUper-Auto... for a friend
No, really, it is for my dentist who is opening a new office and wants
to have a super auto for making drinks for staff and patients. He was
originally thinking about a full "shop" in the office but decided on
something more simple. He has me looking about for him and I came up
with two choices:

Saeco Royal Pro and the Jura-Capresso Z5. Among other things I like
the stainless water path in the Jura and from reading it appears that
it would stand up to the day-in day-out, semi-commercial use that it
would get in such an office situation.

CG does not seem to have any reviews of these machines, so if you have
any experience with them, or have other viable choices, please post.

My molars thank you in advance.


Randy "drilling for espresso" G.
http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com






 
Date: 12 Oct 2006 06:00:12
From: karlseidel
Subject: Re: SHopping for a SUper-Auto... for a friend
I've sold about a 1/2 dozen of the Z5 and I use one regularly to do
demos. I recommend them especially in an office environment. I placed 3
in separate offices for the same guy who has 3 locations over a year
ago and I've never had any complaints - he just orders coffee and the
proprietary filters. I put one in my brothers house too - no complaints
there either. The only thing the dentist/owner would need to pay
attention to daily other than the normal topping off of water, coffee
and milk is the cleaning of the nozzle that froths the milk. It needs
to be rinsed each day. It comes with great instructions and an
instructional dvd.

Your dentist will thank you.

Karl Seidel


Randy G. wrote:
> No, really, it is for my dentist who is opening a new office and wants
> to have a super auto for making drinks for staff and patients. He was
> originally thinking about a full "shop" in the office but decided on
> something more simple. He has me looking about for him and I came up
> with two choices:
>
> Saeco Royal Pro and the Jura-Capresso Z5. Among other things I like
> the stainless water path in the Jura and from reading it appears that
> it would stand up to the day-in day-out, semi-commercial use that it
> would get in such an office situation.
>
> CG does not seem to have any reviews of these machines, so if you have
> any experience with them, or have other viable choices, please post.
>
> My molars thank you in advance.
>
>
> Randy "drilling for espresso" G.
> http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com



  
Date: 12 Oct 2006 10:41:43
From: Randy G.
Subject: Re: SHopping for a SUper-Auto... for a friend
Thanks, Karl. I appreciate the comments.

This is what I thought, and the Jura would be my first choice as well.
I have shared your opinions with my DDS.

Cheers!


Randy "open wide and say..." G.
http://www.EspressoMyEspresso.com



"karlseidel" <karl.seidel@gmail.com > wrote:
>
>I've sold about a 1/2 dozen of the Z5 and I use one regularly to do
>demos. I recommend them especially in an office environment. I placed 3
>in separate offices for the same guy who has 3 locations over a year
>ago and I've never had any complaints - he just orders coffee and the
>proprietary filters. I put one in my brothers house too - no complaints
>there either. The only thing the dentist/owner would need to pay
>attention to daily other than the normal topping off of water, coffee
>and milk is the cleaning of the nozzle that froths the milk. It needs
>to be rinsed each day. It comes with great instructions and an
>instructional dvd.
>
>Your dentist will thank you.
>
>Karl Seidel
>