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Crew Review: Quick Mill Anita

A great semi-automatic, heat exchange espresso machine, the Quick Mill Anita gives you all the features of a home machine, but with a little lighter impact on the ol' wallet. Watch Gail as she walks us through the ins and outs of the Anita and whips us up a latte.

3 thoughts on “Crew Review: Quick Mill Anita”

  • Rami

    not plummable? what does that mean Kat?

    • Kat

      It means you can hook this up to your kitchen's internal plumbing. Some models (the Andreja or the Rockets) can be adapted so that you hook up a water hose to the machine and then you don't have a reservoir that is feeding the boiler. Models like the Izzo Alex/Duetto and the La Spaziale Vivaldi II S1 come plumbed-in as standard. The Izzo is unique because you can actually flip it back and forth between the two water sources, in the event that your circumstances change.

  • rami

    so non-plummable means no plumming required, just the regular old reservoir fill... that makes it that much more convenient I think.


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