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Isomac Millenium First Look
First Look Posted: Wednesday, August 27, 2003
Author: Mark Prince
Machine Class: Semi / Automatic Heat Exchanger Boiler
Isomac Millennium
Product Supplier

Chris' Coffee Service
Monday-Friday, 9am to 5pm, EDT
10 Corporate Circle
Albany, New York 12203

Product Pricing

Chris' Coffee Service currently  (as of this writing) sell the Millennium for $1,195, and offer special package pricing with the Isomac grinder or the capable Mazzer Mini grinder (for just $295 more!). You can call to get unique package pricing if what you see on their website isn't exactly what you're looking for.

E61, Baybee.

It all started in 1961, when a company named Faema decided to name their ground shattering new machine after a solar eclipse, and the year the machine came out.

Today, we have a product of that precendent setting machine: the E61 grouphead. And it's just one of the many innovative things you'll find on the subject of this First Look: the Isomac Millennium.

You're looking at one of the more visually appealing machines to hit the market in recent years. a semi automatic, heat exchanger equipped espresso machine. From the polished E61 grouphead right up front to the beautifully sculpted sides and extra thick metal housing, the machine is a head turner. The question is, does it have the performance to back up those good looks?

In our First Look, we'll take you through a week's worth of testing on this machine. We don't try to come to any conclusions or any final words; nor will we rate the machine at this stage. After all, this is a First Look, not a Detailed Review. That's coming at some point.

For now, we'll give you our first take on this $1,200 wonder, and walk you down the path of initial machine ownership, should you choose to buy the Isomac Millennium.


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