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Intrepid510
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Posted Sun May 1, 2011, 8:12pm
Subject: Re: Does this empty espresso cup look wrong?
 

JohnBarton1369 Said:

When you suggest upgrading his grinder as a posible solution, it implies that you find the Baratza Precisio to be substandard.  According to all the reviews I have read, the Precisio is generally regarded as a fine espresso grinder.  

I'm admittedly a newbie at this, but I like my Precisio better than the Rocky and I find little or no difference between the grind of the Precisio and my MACAP M4.  If you find the Precisio to be substandard what about it is it that you do not like?

Best Regards,
from a newbie,

John

Posted May 1, 2011 link

Maybe he thought it was a Virtuouso.

 
Less water, more grounds.
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Posted Wed Aug 22, 2012, 11:08am
Subject: Re: Does this empty espresso cup look wrong?
 

You can buy a single wall filter that fits from Breville.  They sell a kit with a single and double shot filter for about $20.00.

It's part number SWF100.   I don't think the sales rep knows it fits the Cafe Roma, but it is actually listed on the box that it is sold in.

Breville's phone number is 855-683-3535 (I'm in Canada so it may be different in the USA)
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