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Date: 07 Feb 2007 14:50:25
From: -keevill-
Subject: which of the following machines should I choose?
I am presented with the following 3 choices to order for my small coffee
bar/ Internet cafe.
Rancilio Tecna DE 2
Rancilio Mide DE 2
Rancilio Classe 10 SDE
Can anyone help me make a decision ?



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Date: 09 Feb 2007 21:57:17
From: Danny
Subject: Re: which of the following machines should I choose?
-keevill- wrote:
> I am presented with the following 3 choices to order for my small coffee
> bar/ Internet cafe.
> Rancilio Tecna DE 2
> Rancilio Mide DE 2
> Rancilio Classe 10 SDE
> Can anyone help me make a decision ?
>
>
>

Have you looked at the Epocha either the DE 2 or the CD model (manual
dosage), or is this model not available in your region?

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Date: 07 Feb 2007 02:49:02
From: Jasonian
Subject: Re: which of the following machines should I choose?
On Feb 7, 1:50 am, "-keevill-" <keevil...@yahoo.com > wrote:
> I am presented with the following 3 choices to order for my small coffee
> bar/ Internet cafe.
> Rancilio Tecna DE 2
> Rancilio Mide DE 2
> Rancilio Classe 10 SDE
> Can anyone help me make a decision ?
>
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Why only Rancilio?



  
Date: 07 Feb 2007 18:30:30
From: -keevill-
Subject: Re: which of the following machines should I choose?

>
> Why only Rancilio?
It's the only 'decent' make I can buy and get serviced where I live. ( On an
Island in S.E Asia )



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Date: 07 Feb 2007 10:42:09
From: daveb
Subject: which of the following machines should I choose? -- one answer -->
You can't always look here for a straight answer!

(example: someone writes to ask which home superauto to buy. the responders
all try to talk him / her out of buying one)

You have addressed the MOST important aspect of the investment -- the
ability to get parts and service -- WHERE YOU ARE!

the Tecna looks like a perfectly good choice.

dave



"-keevill-" <keevillus@yahoo.com > wrote in message
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>
>>
>> Why only Rancilio?
> It's the only 'decent' make I can buy and get serviced where I live. ( On
> an Island in S.E Asia )
>
>
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Date: 08 Feb 2007 09:15:54
From: -keevill-
Subject: Re: which of the following machines should I choose? -- one answer -->

"daveb" <davebobblane@gmail.com > wrote in message
news:12sjsr26o66d717@corp.supernews.com...
> You can't always look here for a straight answer!
>
> (example: someone writes to ask which home superauto to buy. the
> responders all try to talk him / her out of buying one)
>
> You have addressed the MOST important aspect of the investment -- the
> ability to get parts and service -- WHERE YOU ARE!
>
> the Tecna looks like a perfectly good choice.
>
> dave

Thank you Dave !! your words articulated my own thoughts perfectly ! So many
people assume that we are all in New York or London with access to
everything.
The TECNA seems ok to me also.
-keevill-



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Date: 07 Feb 2007 11:41:29
From: Coffee for Connoisseurs
Subject: Re: which of the following machines should I choose?
Which island? I can (at a minimum) get you free expert advice, but you NEED
to talk with Sam Bufalino ( rancilio@remasia.com ) if you're not already
doing so. If you're isolated, you need the best "no frills, easy to
maintain" machine/grinder combo you can get.


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Alan

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