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ThijsMastenbroek
Which coffee/espresso machine has the best UI?
 
renatoa
DecentEspresso Grin
 
renatoa
PS: acronim explanation UI = https://en.wikipe..._interface
 
turtle
Given equal machines, it is the operator that "makes" the taste.
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renatoa
The four M ;)
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JackH

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renatoa wrote:

PS: acronim explanation UI = https://en.wikipe..._interface


It had me going for a while. You know how much I love acronims! Grin
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Gigimedrano
Profitec 500 or if budget lets you profitec 700 are the beat machines u can buy for sure.
 
Nishan
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Nishan
A mathematician is a device for turning coffee into theorems.
 
jonuk vietal

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ThijsMastenbroek wrote:

Which coffee/espresso machine has the best UI?


no such thing as best UI, theres only what you can afford and what works for you. Breville is simple and fun, cuisinart models are great too.
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green_foxry

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jonuk vietal wrote:

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ThijsMastenbroek wrote:

Which coffee/espresso machine has the best UI?


no such thing as best UI, theres only what you can afford and what works for you. Breville (list) is simple and fun, cuisinart models are great too.


UI? If you're talking about design, then my conception of those ideals may differ from yours, but I like functional, and reliable machines. The simpler - the better. Like, nothing beats the simple French press. Add ground coffee, add hot water, push the thingie down.
Tastes better that way too.

If you're talking about electronic parts, then I suppose we should discuss commercial machines as they're more advanced than regular ones. For instance, Nuova we have at job.
On my way to become a master roaster.
 
renatoa
Aeropress is equally simple to use, and offering greater choices of recipes, ranging from Frensh press alike to espresso alike drinks.
 
JackH
UI = User Interface.
Not much work and a lot clearer to just type it.
---Jack

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