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Nice looking machine. The paddle-to-microswitch seems a bit gimmicky, but just an opinion.
And voila: http://home.lamarzoccousa.com/linea-mini/HB wrote:I'll update this thread with the link when it does.
You'll be hearing a lot more about the Linea Mini on HB starting today: La Marzocco Linea Mini Review.La Marzocco Home wrote:born from a classic: Bring home a machine inspired by an espresso icon. The Linea Mini is a kitchen-sized version of the Linea Classic, a machine loved by thousands of professional baristas and the heart of your favorite cafés. The Linea Mini looks as beautiful as it performs, ready to serve for years to come.
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IMO, They need to ditch the all stainless trim and go back to the black trim.
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The Sprudge 1st look states:
Clive Coffee is already taking pre-orders: Intro Linea MiniThe machine has a familiar paddle switch to engage the group head, which features pre-programmed pre-infusion (one second on, one second off). Temperature can be altered using a click-wheel located on the side.
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I sold my GS3 just in time!! That looks like a very cool machine!
Maybe it's just me, but for that amount of money I'd like something that at least looks like it cost $4,500+. IMO it looks cheap and a bit clumsy.
I know the brew boiler is fed by h/x from steam boiler, but under 6oz boiler for $4500?!? The stainless looks good, the black and red version have a cheap look to me.