I am having trouble deciding between a Rocket Cellini Professional or an Expobar Brewtus....any recommendations?
A A Jeff,Both machines are great examples of the Prosumer level of machines, but they differ in a couple significant ways. First would be the boilers. The Brewtus has two dedicated boilers - one for steaming and one for brewing. This is going to help with temperature stability and being able to produce very consistent shots time after time. The Rocket has a Heat Exchange boiler, which is a "boiler in a boiler". The water for brewing is heated through a coil that runs through the steam boiler. Another difference is that the Brewtus has a PID, which monitors and controls the temperature in the group head, not in the boiler. That way you know exactly how hot the water is going to be when it hits your coffee. The Rocket uses a pressure stat, which will turn the boiler on and off depending on the pressure inside, maintain temperature that way. It's is still surprisingly accurate, but not quite as much so as a PID. All in all, you are looking at two fantastic machines that most people would be more than happy to own. You really cannot go wrong!
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