SCG Crew’s Favorite Gear: Superautomatic Espresso Machine

SCG Crew’s Favorite Gear: Superautomatic Espresso Machine
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If you want a little automation but fear our robot overloads (now coming to you in the form of one-touch machines), a traditional superauto might be the machine for you. Find out which models…

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Seattle Coffee Gear says:

Yay! – Kat

Seattle Coffee Gear says:

Portly! 😀 – Kat

eddyvlad says:

Its true what Kat says. Don’t buy a 110v electrical equipment and use it in
Singapore unless its really necessary (in case you move to Singapore from
the states) and you need a good voltage adapter to go with that.

Danemicos says:

Saeco xSmall, small and chubby… so it’s the Buddha device… fully of
happy! Rub it for luck!

Marcus Sng says:

Great video!(:

sadfsheygrv says:

Haha love the super autos, I FINALLY just bought the YouBrew which I’d say
is the super auto of Drip! can’t wait for it! Adios stupid Mr. Coffee

SighMN says:

Omg no exprelia? For its price point I love having a decent steam wand on
my superautomatic. I only use the one touch when im in a hurry in the
morning.

Seattle Coffee Gear says:

Thank you!! – Kat

Seattle Coffee Gear says:

Agreed! 🙂 – Kat

ShaddyMcDaddy says:

I have the xsmall and I love it.

Seattle Coffee Gear says:

They don’t; they build them differently for the different voltages. You
should definitely purchase a machine designed for yours – Kat

Seattle Coffee Gear says:

Check out the One-Touch version published today 🙂 – Kat

Gary Cai says:

Thank your for your videos, the recommendations are making my Mother’s Day
selection much easier to make! One question, though, do the big brand
machine like Saeco, DeLonghi or Jura run on dual voltage? I want to get a
machine from Amazon and ship to Singapore, but I’m worried about running
into voltage problems.

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