Posted Mon Jul 7, 2003, 9:14pm Subject: Anybody bought from Sunbelt Imports of Houston, a Rancilio distributor?
Sunbelt Imports indicates in its web site that it is a Rancilio distributor, located in Houston. If I go to their showroom and take up their time to look at a Rancilio, I may want to buy it from them, assuming I decide to get one.
Posted Wed Jun 16, 2004, 1:22pm Subject: Re: Anybody bought from Sunbelt Imports of Houston, a Rancilio distributor?
I guess this is a late reply....
Sunbelt caters mostly to the commercial coffee business. They don't have Silvia there (but you might look at an S-27). They also do professional service on machines ($50 bench fee applies towards repairs).
They are pretty knowledgeable. They carry good beans and syrups and the like as well.
I think they are well-established and I met the owner when I was there. He seems very interested in running a high-quality operation and he's proud of his place. I would surely buy from them if they had something I wanted...
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