New flagship - La vida Revolucion

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Postby indend007 » Wed Nov 21, 2012 10:02 pm

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New machine's born.
Named Revolucion by La vida Espresso in south korea.
It's possible to control full pressure profile. And have perfect temperature accuracy.
For the showing, it have a concept costume.

Maybe it will made with 1 group head version, but for only commercial use.

Anyway, it look so great!
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Postby John P » Fri Nov 23, 2012 10:43 am

I saw this as well. I Just went to the Cafe Show today. Looks cool, hard to say about accuracy of temperature. Kind of like a cross between Synesso and Mistral. Electronics controller for temps in a separate unit located below counter area. Will post pics this weekend.
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Postby Spitz.me » Fri Nov 23, 2012 10:55 am

Feature set sounds awesome, but how gawdy is that? geez...
I know I've pulled a great shot when the flavour is 'like a beany taste that tastes like a bean'.

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Postby Anvan » Fri Nov 23, 2012 12:27 pm

John P wrote:... Kind of like a cross between Synesso and Mistral...

Even more kind of like a cross between a Synesso and a General Electric GEnx 2-B turbofan aircraft engine.

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Postby Randy G. » Fri Nov 23, 2012 1:10 pm

re: http://instagram.com/p/SUKnwZPAlY/
I can hear my wife now... "I'll buy it if you dust it."

It looks like something an art, industrial-design double major would design who never cleaned house or made espresso. Maybe the machine is dishwasher safe? Submersible? Probably not.
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Postby Anvan » Fri Nov 23, 2012 1:50 pm

Of course practicality can take a back seat in "concept" versions, where attention-getting visuals are more important. And it's always nice to see imagination at work.

Still, ever since the original CD consortium touted "perfect sound forever" I run for cover whenever "perfection" - especially relative to any analog measurement - is promised.

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Postby TomC » Fri Nov 23, 2012 2:14 pm

The instagram photos make it look even scarier to keep clean. Its like H.R. Giger designed an espresso machine.
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Postby cannonfodder » Sat Nov 24, 2012 12:08 am

Looks like something from the old Dune movie. Time to fold space for Arrakis and get more spice but watch out for the worms... Sounds like a bad acid trip combined with Metsacal tequila worm's
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Postby indend007 » Sat Nov 24, 2012 12:30 am

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I add some more pictures.

Yeh, It's design is just concept. Don't worry about clean issue of it. :)
I think its mass products will be weared more popular costume.

You can see lighting pressure gauge behind half visible panel on it.
Half visible panel work as a mirror like slayer's one. But more larger.

First day for showing, It encountered some extraction problems but at now, I heard it work pretty fine.

I curious that the future of this machines.
It so cool and quite cheap than others have similar porfomance.
So I'll keep my fingers cross for it's future.
Enjoy! Espresso! Http://bwissue.com