file The Saeco Talea - One ring to brew them all - part 1

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11 years 8 months ago #2989 by Jaime
Hi

I just want to mention that If the new Saeco Line may be technically impressive, it seems that have HUGE reliability problems.

I have been visiting 2 resellers here in Switzerland last saturday.
- the first one told me, despite the fact he was selling the Saeco, he didn't dare to recommend it because ALL sold units came back due to defects.
- the next one, which is one of the biggest specialised resellers in the country, have stopped selling them (excepted the good old Saeco Royal Office) due to excessive defect rates...
I talked with the manager of the local representative (who is a friend) and he mentioned that BOSCH (B30, B70)
had countrywide low defects rate (calculated within their company) and in his opinion the best coffee quality (he is also selling Jura).

Jaime

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11 years 8 months ago #2990 by colin
Jaime wrote:

I talked with the manager of the local representative (who is a friend) and he mentioned that BOSCH (B30, B70)
had countrywide low defects rate (calculated within their company) and in his opinion the best coffee quality (he is also selling Jura).

Jaime


Thanks for the feedback. I have never been a big fan of the one button does all machine - but they have lots of fans.

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10 years 9 months ago #3630 by Just Started
Replied by Just Started on topic The Saeco Talea - One ring to brew them all - part 1
Greetings from Norway!
I used last weekend to make two major decisions:
1. Should I exchange my Thermozeta EspressoCap bod machine with an automatic machine?
2. If so, to wich machine??

The answer to the first question was (of course) yes, I'm fond of my good ol' EspressoCap, -but they just deliver four kinds of pods. I want to experiment like a madman in different kinds of coffee and drown myself in different types of coffeebeans...

I ended up with this Saeco machine. Partly because I like the design, and partly because of the combination between one button brewing, and a ton of adjustment opportunities if I want to.

I got one question for you:
I can't find detailed comparisons between the different models of Saeco Tealea Ring. I got ...Ring, but not the Plus. Is there a difference?

Anyway, I hope I got my Saeco this weekend, and I'm looking forward to it like a child awaits Christmas Day.


Regards, from Norway.B)

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