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Product Details
Overall Rating 9.0, Based on 12 Reviews
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Manufacturer La Marzocco Srl
Machine Type Dual boiler, PID controlled automatic / semi automatic espresso machine
Colors Black / Metal, Clear / Titanium
Class Semi / Automatic Dual Boiler
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Prosumer / Pro Espresso: La Marzocco GS/3
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A high end home / catering / light professional espresso machine featuring PID control, dual boilers, and efficient power modes allowing it to run on 110V power. Comes in both standard and paddle group models.

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Jay Millar (quality: 8.6) 10.24.2007 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: GS3
Bottom Line: State of the art technology @ home that is not only easy to use, but capable of delivering excelllent espresso EVERY time
Steven Zaat (quality: 8.6) 08.28.2008 Rating: 9.4
Product Reviewed: GS/3
Bottom Line: This machine will give the required stability to brew every day the perfect espresso or cappuccino.
Max N. (quality: 8.4) 03.09.2013 Rating: 10.0
Product Reviewed: GS/3 MP
Bottom Line: Two words: Ultimate Convenience. Sure, you could make coffee just as good with an E61 HX for 25% of the cost of the GS3. But you'll have to sweat a lot more.
Sylvain Barbeau (quality: 8.3) 01.06.2012 Rating: 9.0
Product Reviewed: GS/3
Bottom Line: If you want to try the best, go ahead !!!  I dont think you will be disappointed.
Scott Yarmark (quality: 8.0) 03.13.2014 Rating: 8.8
Product Reviewed: GS3
Bottom Line: Like no other prosumer machine available.
Stuart Brady (quality: 8.0) 03.15.2014 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: gs3
Bottom Line: top of the line machine that exceeds expectations
Dan Schoenbaum (quality: 7.3) 07.08.2011 Rating: 7.6
Product Reviewed: GS/3
Bottom Line: Great machine if you have money to play with. Otherwise, you might find better value with other machines (La Spaziale and Rancilio Epoca)
David Howe (quality: 7.3) 11.26.2010 Rating: 9.6
Product Reviewed: GS/3
Bottom Line: I'd buy again in a heartbeat
K Russ (quality: 7.0) 09.25.2011 Rating: 9.0
Product Reviewed: gs/3
Bottom Line: Hands down, the finest machine in it's class
Mark Garti (quality: 7.0) 03.13.2014 Rating: 9.2
Product Reviewed: GS/3
Bottom Line: Worth every penny
Paul Brooks (quality: 6.0) 01.07.2014 Rating: 8.6
Product Reviewed: GS/3 Paddle
Bottom Line: If you have the money and want the very best, La Marzocco GS/3 is your machine.
Gary Hansen (quality: 5.0) 05.13.2013 Rating: 9.4
Product Reviewed: GS3
Bottom Line: Probably better build and more consistent quality then 90% of the commercial machines in 90% of the coffee shops.  Really!
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