Summary: Love it! We are learning how to use it and getting better and better at it. Only thing I dislike is my cappuccino is not hot enough. But easier to use that the old fashioned stove espresso maker.
Summary: We have owned this machine for a long time. Seven years, to be precise. It works reliably and produces a lovely cup of espresso. For this I give it all the stars you see here. The problems: 1) the machine is painted in many places.
Summary: Wow they have made the machine much more streamlined sine my original machine maybe 10 years old. I learned my lesson and will use the tamper and run lean water through much more frequently. When reading the troubleshooting gude i realized what had gone wrong with my old machine.
even for one cup of good coffee, I shoud get a quality machine
Java Beach, Amazon
6 May 2015
Summary: I was advised that for something I used every day, even for one cup of good coffee, I shoud get a quality machine. This is perfectly that. My barista son approved, and gave me some tips for best extraction, how to properly use my burr grinder, and I roast my own coffee so it's my top o' the morning...
Summary: poor quality. Machine has zinc pest due to poor manufacturing quality. It's a pity because the machine makes great coffee. Baby Gaggia's used to last 20 years, the paint on mine came off after a year, it looks terrible now.
Summary: I've had for 2 months now and I am very happy with the machine. Replaced a Saeco that I wore out after 6 years. Like the form of this machine. As would be expected, there are a couple things I think could be improved.
... Baby Class about a month and so far so good. Initially I was curious how much of an ...
31 January 2015
Summary: I've had the Gaggia Baby Class about a month and so far so good. Initially I was curious how much of an upgrade this would be from my Saeco Poemia, another concern was that the Gaggia is shipped from Italy and I couldn't find it in any stores to check out.