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EarlGrey
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Posted Wed Jan 28, 2004, 4:33am
Subject: Where to buy Expobar in the EU?
 

I'm looking for a place that sells Expobar (specifically Office Lever or maybe Office Pulser) via the internet inside the European Union.
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Posted Thu Jan 29, 2004, 6:23am
Subject: Re: Where to buy Expobar in the EU?
 

I am not sure whether they will sell to Sweden, but that's the only European address I know of:
http://www.expobar.de/
I just learned about them yesterday, funny coincidence.
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Posted Fri Jan 30, 2004, 7:42am
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Or try http://www.expobar.com/indexeng.htm

One thing that caught my eye, the specifications say volumetric pump, also for the Office models. Is volumetric pump another name for rotary pump? I thought these have vibe pumps. Mistake perhaps?
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Posted Sat Jan 31, 2004, 7:55am
Subject: Re: Where to buy Expobar in the EU?
 

Yes, Mats, they have vibe pumps, Ulka or the like. It´s a typo of some kind on the crem site I guess, because "volumetric" is a term used for rotary pumps AFAIK. The Expobars are very much like the ECM Giotto, the Isomac Tea/Millenium, Vibiemme Domobar Super and others of the same kind - machines that are supposed to be easy to set up in your average kitchen or office. No need for plumbing, thus, and that means they can´t use a "volumetric" pump.

Technical details can be found at
<http://www.wholelattelove.com/compare.cfm?SubCategoryID=1> (choose the machines you want to compare, then click on "features") ,
and other technical details in Mark´s great 'first look' on the pulser,
<http://coffeegeek.com/proreviews/firstlook/expobarpulser>

The machine also exists in Sweden. It is sold rebranded as "Coffeequeen Crema" at the comparably outrageous price of 12.000 SEK.

P.S. Du kan kontakta Coffeequeen direkt (http://www.coffeequeen.se) för att hitta närmsta återförsäljare. Det är alltså "Coffeequeen Crema"-maskinen det är fråga om. Inte för att det skulle fresta mig att handla den för det priset av dem, men bara så att du vet... De har återförsäljare i Sthlm/Gbg/Mlö åtminstone. D.S

 
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