ACS Vesuvius Evo Leva - Page 40

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Thehomebrewcoffee

#391: Post by Thehomebrewcoffee »

Commercial machine? Leva X by any chance? That's where I'm headed but not in the right spot for it yet.
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espressotime

#392: Post by espressotime »

Ad-85 wrote:Hi, check your DM for the invite link. I can't speak for the Evo Leva tbh. A commercial machine popped up for sale locally and I jumped on it immediately (with less than 2 months of owning the evo leva).
What machine was that?

Ad-85

#393: Post by Ad-85 »

Yes :mrgreen: Leva X ! Which I couldn't resist. :oops:
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espressotime

#394: Post by espressotime » replying to Ad-85 »

Every man should have one. :mrgreen:

Is this you?

Ad-85

#395: Post by Ad-85 »

espressotime wrote:Every man should have one. :mrgreen:

Is this you?

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No that's Adelino from Germany. He's on the Kafatek forums. Really nice guy who advised me on the pressure reducer
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Primacog

#396: Post by Primacog »

I have had a izzo pompeii for more than a decade. Rock solid and supremely simple in its internal layout and giving reliable and top results in rhe Cup. The izzo also uses a an LSM grouphead. It doesn't have the gear pump nor cartridge heaters nor PID that the vesuvius evo leva has. In actual use does the vesuvius really adds significantly to what the izzo can offer - even for light roasts?
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Primacog

#397: Post by Primacog »

I am.also very curious as to the vesuvius evo stacks up to the LM leva X!
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daveyb

#398: Post by daveyb »

@Primacog Why don't you compare the list of features the two machines have (ignoring the badge) and see what you think.