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Isomac Millenium - Sharon Harris's Review
Posted: September 29, 2003, 5:18pm
review rating: 6.1
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Isomac Millenium
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Arrow The Isomac Millenium has 27 Reviews
Arrow The Isomac Millenium has been rated 9.22 overall by our member reviewers
Arrow This product has been in our review database since February 23, 2002.
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These are some of the best-written reviews for this product, as judged by our members.
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Norbert Rawles 9.00
Brad Owen 8.31
Rob Hall 7.64
Morris Kainuma 7.44
Mary Alice Lynch 7.13

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Ratings and Stats Overall Rating: 9.8
Manufacturer: Isomac Quality: 10
Average Price: $1,250.00 Usability: 10
Price Paid: $1,200.00 Cost vs. Value 9
Where Bought: ChrisCoffee Aesthetics 10
Owned for: 1 year Overall 10
Writer's Expertise: Intermediate Would Buy Again: Yes
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Bottom Line: If you can put the coin together - go get it!
Positive Product Points

Quality and  DDG (Drop Dead Gorgeous) all in one package.  WOW!

Negative Product Points

Water tank is a bit small.  I will explore the direct plumb option with Chris soon.

Detailed Commentary

Gorgeous!  Simply Gorgeous.  I've waited 16 months before reporting in, so the initial excitment has worn off and I can still say I love this commercial quality espresso machine!  The Millenium is impressive sitting on the counter, and makes and I can pull fabulous cup of espresso.  I never thought I woud or could like expresso/lattes/cappuccino without syrup.  I do!  I just didn't have a great expresso machine before.  (We replaced a Gaggia Classic with the Millenium).  My engineer husband doubted whether the improvement in quality of his cappuccino making skills would be worth the cost - he's the first to say now that he was wrong!  The grupo is heavy and solid.  Front panel is hot, so you need to pay attention to what you are doing.  As with all commercial machines, if the Isomac has been on for a long time, it is best to bleed off some water to even out the temperature before brewing.  You can't go wrong if you buy your Isomac from Chris Nachtrieb of ChrisCoffee!  I'm sold!

Buying Experience

Chris is superb to do business with!  He has redefined customer service and is a class act.  I've received emails and phone calls on both Saturdays and Sundays when I've had a question.  Amazing in this day and age.

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