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QM67 Dual Boiler - Tommy Di's Review
Posted: January 20, 2014, 7:41am
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QM67 Dual Boiler
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Arrow The QM67 Dual Boiler has 5 Reviews
Arrow The QM67 Dual Boiler has been rated 9.24 overall by our member reviewers
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Dennis Allen 7.00
Akos Szilvasi 7.00
Tommy Di 7.00
Zahir Herz 7.00
Laurence Gibson 5.00

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Ratings and Stats Overall Rating: 9.4
Manufacturer: Quick Mill Quality: 10
Average Price: $1,899.00 Usability: 10
Price Paid: $1,500.00 Cost vs. Value 9
Where Bought: Chriscoffee.com Aesthetics 9
Owned for: 1 year Overall 9
Writer's Expertise: Just starting Would Buy Again: Yes
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Bottom Line: If you want consistent tasty shots, buy this machine and never look back.
Positive Product Points

Quality, Dual PID, E-61 Group, 2 Gauges, No Burn Wands, consistent.

Negative Product Points

Not sufficient to Steam and Pull at SAME time.

Detailed Commentary

I love this machine. I rarely if ever pull a sink shot. The SS quality is great. Temps are consistent. This machine just delivers. The boilers are small, so I steam and pull separately. Because the boilers are small they heat up really fast. Usually by the time I backwash, rinse, grind and reinsert the PF, the temps are ready for the next drink, eliminating any wait time between drinks. The exception is when making multiple Americanos there is a short wait time between drinks (20 seconds), because I am drawing hot water. Its been a year and the only problem I have encountered is the seat on the steam valve has a slow drip. This may have been caused by someone closing down too tight on the valve.  I will be replacing the seat very soon. This is a $5.00 part, and will take me less than a 1/2 hour. I paired this with a Baratza Vario and my shots are consistently delicious. The gauges are nice, but I rarely use them as I have the Dual PID which reads both Boiler temps. I did get this as a buyers remorse, but would have never known by the condition it was in when I received it. It fired right up and pulled a great first shot.

Buying Experience

Chris Coffee has been top notch when it comes to customer service. They reply to emails with in a day, and have a service person standing by ready, willing, and able to trouble shoot and repair any problems. I have zero regrets.

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