my giro plus has been leaking coffee for awhile --- now it is too much to deal with. Looks to be from behind the brew group. Maybe 2 small o rings on the nozzle behind the brew group and connects to it. Is that like or do i have another problem?
Can I use ground espresso instead of beans in the odea giro plus?
A few questions regarding this machine:
1) How does the wand perform? Is there any chance for latte art? Also, can you "upgrade" with other wands? I saw that the Gaggia Latte art wand works on the Vienna Plus, for example.
2) Putting price aside, would you go with the Vienna Plus or Odea Giro? My gut tells me the Vienna is built to last longer, but I like how the Odea Giro looks much more.
Do u guys ship products to Canada.Does ur free shipping apply if I buy a product over 50 dollars.
Somebody I know who has also one of these machines told me that they use beans intended for "coffee" instead of espresso. I noticed that there are warnings against using dark or oily beans with this machine - is that a difference between "coffee" and "espresso" beans? Is there another reason to stick with a certain kind of bean?
Does the Saeco Odea Giro Plus have a bypass doser? Is it any easier to change the beans to decaf than the Vienna Plus? Other than the ceramic burrs, in what way is the Odea giro better than the Vienna.
I am trying to figure out the difference between this machine and the Saeco Vienna Plus in Graphite. Which is the better one to buy? We currently have a 6 year old Saeco Vienna and it is starting to clock and leak water. Thanks!
I want to know what is a good machine that under $500. I want a super automatic, a refurbished machine. A entry level machine and a good quality and cheap.
we are replacing a Gaggia Synchronicity Compact that we purchased from you years ago that finally died. do you feel the Saeco odea Plus is comparable? the reviews we read online were not great for that machine ..?? Should we look at the other Gaggia that is exclusive to Wholelotalatte (similar pricepoint). Thank you.