Parts not freely available in NZ look elsewhere.
The agents for Profitec in NZ are Altura and Coffee tools. They both
refuse to freely supply spare parts which is in contravention to consumer law.For this reason I don't recomend buying Profitec in NZ.
Outstanding in every aspect.
After more than a decade with my heat exchanger, vibration pump Unico Splendor I got tired of the vibratory pump noise and the heat exchanger's lack of brew temperature control, so bit the bullet and invested in a Profitec Pro-700.
The Profitec Pro-700 has met my expectations in every way. The brew temperature is easy to set and quick to respond. And the rotary pump is heavenly quiet. I am experimenting way more in terms of beans and roasts. Where before I had to buy beans which suited the Splendor's fixed brew temp I can now buy whatever ...takes my fancy and adjust the machine's brew temp to suit. The build quality and finish is simply outstanding. No rough edges. Incredibly shiny chrome finish. Dead easy refilling the inbuilt water tank - simply lift off the top of the machine (cups can stay put) and pour water into the tank's wide opening (no need for a funnel). I simply have nothing critical to say about this machine. Yes, it is expensive, but if you can afford it, totally worth it.
Purchased in January 2020.
This machine is worth every cent! Easy to use, easy to clean and extremely high quality.
Definitely not a toy machine like some other brands. Makes consistently great coffee and never sounds like it is about to break like my previous Breville. It is a big investment but this is a machine that will stay in the family for generations to come.
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Twin boilers top of the range
I started making espresso coffees with a Sunbeam 6910. It was a noisy machine but was ok at the time . My next machine was a Breville BES 920 which produced a better coffe and was fairly automatic.
Now I have the Profitec pro 700 which I will keep for many years. The coffee produced is, in my opinion better than anything a coffee shop offers.
It has two boilers with a readout showing the temperature of each. It was designed in Germany and made in Italy and it shows. YouTube has many videos of this machine with detailed reviews and also one o...
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This German/Italian machine is exceptionally well made. It is a beautifully crafted piece of machinery. We bought from Di Bartoli in Sydney and they were great to deal with. Not a cheap machine but you get what you pay for. We have had it now for about three months, and I am still learning and striving to make the perfect coffee. This machine certainly appears to be built for the long term.
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|Category||Semi-Automatic and Manual Coffee Machines|
|Input Power||1,400 W|
|Dishwasher Safe Parts||No|
|Water Tank Capacity||3 L|
|Dimensions||420 x 340 x 475 mm|
|Milk Frother||Steam Wand|
|Colour / Finish||Stainless Steel|
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