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Kimberly Brigis

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Kimberly Brigis asked a question about a product...
at 10-21-2013 7:06pm
Lavazza Blue 2312
Lavazza Blue 2312

I love thisw coffee. Will the Lavazza Blue pods fit in my Keurig machine?

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mjackson ♦ Kimberly,
Sorry each company wants to have you use just their products. As you will discover it is a very competitive field. You can only use the product specifically designed for the machine you have. Sorry

10-25-2013 8:33am |

Gary Lucarelli

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at 07-14-2011 7:58am
Lavazza Blue 2312
Lavazza Blue 2312

I have a Lavazza Blue Model N;u;mer SUPO26R/US. I misplaced the operating manual and need to learn how to descale as it is calling for descaling and to program the unit (time change etc.) Can you help me?

Grazie,

Gary Lucarelli
gelucare@sbcglobal.net

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mjackson ♦ Gary,

Yes we would be glad to help.

Here are some links.

http://www.vesouth.com/LB2210%20Cutsheet.pdf

http://www.bluepod.com.au/buy/lavazza-blue-lb2000-series-coffee-machine-espresso-machine/LB2XXX

This should help and let me know if you have any other questions.

07-14-2011 8:47am |

Hassan El Saadany

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at 06-29-2011 10:52am
Lavazza Blue 2312
Lavazza Blue 2312

Is this machine fit for the voltage power o 220v?
Thx
H

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Mike Russo ♦ Hassan...The Lavazza Blue 2312 will not work with 220 volts. Thanks.

06-29-2011 1:16pm |

Scott Szeglowski

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at 09-22-2010 3:45pm
Lavazza Blue 2312
Lavazza Blue 2312

Hi - What are your thoughts on this machine? Any alternative to the pricy prioprietary coffee pods that appear to be required? I would think this is a big detriment to the appeal of this machine... or is the $60/ per 100 actually not a bad deal when it's all said and done? thanks.

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MikeR It's actually not that bad when compared to other proprietary single shot systems, about middle of the road. The Pointe is slightly better for cost, but if per shot cost is a driving factor, consider a semi-auto with pods. You have almost as many drink choices(more when you consider all the different companies that produce ESE pods), and you can get some pods under 40 cents each. I think the LaVazza pods net out about 35 cents each.

09-22-2010 7:43pm |