New Gaggia Classic Evo boiler

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#1: Post by entropy4money »

Anyone saw that a new classic is coming with a brand new boiler? should fit right on the older models. It is the same tiny aluminum BUT it has a "scale resistant food grade safe coat" on it. I watched a video and looks like it is coated with teflon, same nonstick stuff they use in cookware.

My boiler is almost 10 years old and I've been thinking replacing it. I might wait until the new evo parts come out to get the new boiler in. I don't know what's better though, to eat chips of teflon or chips of aluminum :roll:. I assume teflon.

Anyone else thinking to replace their boiler?