peter wrote:This will sound sophomoric, but is there no way your significant other can be persuaded to let you have your way? Can she be made to understand how grateful you'd be if she would bend a little, just this once?
txrpls wrote:Grab her by the throat and tell her how it is going to be. Be a man! :-)
txrpls wrote:I went with the mini because no way my wife would let a hole be cut in here counter top. Great machine and I love it. Huge water reservoir. You can tell I have no balls.
oton wrote:If I could plumb in a machine I have bought the S1 rotary without doubt. In my opinion, the noise and rattle of the vibration pumps makes look high quality machine like a cheap consumer machine; well, perhaps not cheap, but the feeling is not as should be.
chrisd wrote:Ack, oton, you're killing me. I was just about settled on a Mini. How noisy/rattly is the Mini's pump?
Endo wrote:Rotaries are overkill in the home. They are designed for constant use like in a commercial environment. In typical home use, they break down more often (more wearing parts) and are more expensive to repair.
Endo wrote:Rotaries are overkill in the home.
Endo wrote:In typical home use, they break down more often (more wearing parts) and are more expensive to repair.
Endo wrote:If quiet is your prime consideration, get a lever. You'll get better espresso too.
Endo wrote:My bet would be the Vivaldi 3 (due out in about 2 to 3 years) will have a rotary pump, reservoir and plumbed-in option. So if quiet is your thing, maybe the best thing is simply to wait.
Louis wrote:Endo, where did you get the info on a Vivaldi 3?
LJCoffeeGuy wrote:No rotary and tank.....
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