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5 years 11 months ago #4730 by twinkle
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direct00 wrote: 7 years too late, but I created http://silviaschool.com just for fun.. it's a great machine.


That is a great looking website -- and how is it 7 years too late?

The Silvia never gets old.

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5 years 11 months ago #4731 by twinkle
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direct00 wrote: 7 years too late, but I created http://silviaschool.com just for fun.. it's a great machine.


The Silvia never gets old.

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5 years 11 months ago #4736 by direct00
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I just meant the OP posted the topic 7 years ago, yes I agree the Silvia is still a great machine today.

You hear stories from people who move to a super-automatic and such but come back to the Silvia or other manual machines months later.

My machine is probably 8 years old now, and still produces awesome espresso with no repairs or problems. You can't say that about many small appliances.

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direct00 wrote: 7 years too late, but I created http://silviaschool.com just for fun.. it's a great machine.


That is a great looking website -- and how is it 7 years too late?

The Silvia never gets old.

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5 years 11 months ago #4737 by colin
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Considering that the Silvia is hand made in Italy by (often elderly) Italian artisans -- it lasts a real lifetime -

unlike modern plastic espresso makers which are built to last 1 year, 2 tops.

Economically, it makes way more sense to spend good money NOW so as to not fill a landfill tomorrow.

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