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Rancillio Silvia Espresso Maker Review!!

Makes great espresso and offers plenty of control over the brewing process.

December 09, 2011
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Comparison Overview

The Capresso Cafe is by far the cheaper espresso maker: priced at about $150, it is less than a third of the price of the Rancilio. But that saving doesn't count for much if the coffee it produces isn't much good, and that, unfortunately, is the case with the Capresso. It just isn't as good as the Rancilio, so if you can afford it, go for the more expensive machine.

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Sections

  1. Page
  2. Design
  3. Performance
  4. Usability
  5. Gaggia Platinum Vision Comparison
  6. illy Francis Francis X7.1 Comparison
  7. Capresso Café Comparison
  8. Conclusion
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