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    Default What brand of coffer maker good?

    As above, pls recommend...thanks!

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    Default Re: What brand of coffer maker good?

    If you like the PnS type (plain & simple) use the Braun, any model, lasts forever.

    If you like the SLR type in manual mode, consider an espresso maker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ykia View Post
    If you like the PnS type (plain & simple) use the Braun, any model, lasts forever.

    If you like the SLR type in manual mode, consider an espresso maker.

    hahaha

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    Quote Originally Posted by ykia View Post
    If you like the PnS type (plain & simple) use the Braun, any model, lasts forever.

    If you like the SLR type in manual mode, consider an espresso maker.

    Those espresso type ex wo!

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    Default Re: What brand of coffer maker good?

    ...Its the beans that matters most.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jix View Post
    ...Its the beans that matters most.
    Some people like to do more post-processing

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    Default Re: What brand of coffer maker good?

    Quote Originally Posted by XXX Boy View Post
    Those espresso type ex wo!
    Entry-level espresso can be over-the-stove type around $50, all the way to the medium format professional series around $5000.

    Depends on how often you want to play with it and how much time you have to make a shot. Be prepared to take up to 20mins to make your first shot each day.... then comes the cleaning cleaning cleaning....

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    Default Re: What brand of coffer maker good?

    Quote Originally Posted by ykia View Post
    Entry-level espresso can be over-the-stove type around $50, all the way to the medium format professional series around $5000.

    Depends on how often you want to play with it and how much time you have to make a shot. Be prepared to take up to 20mins to make your first shot each day.... then comes the cleaning cleaning cleaning....
    Same with buying camera - what are your requirements/expectation/budget?

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    Default Re: What brand of coffer maker good?

    i use.. manual filter drop...(paper) in a funnel..
    chezburgr i can haz?

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