April 17, 2008

Super Auto vs. Bialetti


BusinessWeek of all magazines has taken a look at some extremes, comparing the high end versus the lower end to try to figure out if it's worth the big up-charge to enjoy the life of luxury. Thought I would pass it on, they thought that the Krups XP 7230 Super Auto was a better brewer and all around value than the Bialetti. So, go ahead and spend the extra $950 on the super auto..... what the heck.

I do admit to really liking my Bialetti for some brews, but agree a high pressure brewer is a better cup of expresso. I typically brew a Cuban style cafe au lait drink when I make coffee in a Bialetti. I don't see that as a drink that's even close to the espresso that I drink on a regular basis out of my other machines like the The Cuisinart EM-200 Espresso Machine, or my reviewed the Nespresso Essenza C100. For me, like BusinessWeek, there is no comparison, but I don't think you'll need to spend a grand to get great coffee.

BusinessWeek goes on to compare some other unuasual products; check it out.

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Posted by Scott Martin at April 17, 2008 8:33 AM
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