Gaggia Synchrony Logic RS

September 4, 2015 - Comment

With high-end features such as Rapid Steam, which allows you to switch between brewing and frothing with no wait time, the Logic gives you the ability to produce café-quality espressos, cappuccinos, and lattes easily. When you press the brew button, the Synchrony Logic will grind, tamp, and brewing your delectable drink automatically. It features a

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With high-end features such as Rapid Steam, which allows you to switch between brewing and frothing with no wait time, the Logic gives you the ability to produce café-quality espressos, cappuccinos, and lattes easily. When you press the brew button, the Synchrony Logic will grind, tamp, and brewing your delectable drink automatically. It features a volume dial to let you customize how much coffee you’d like to brew, and adjustable dosing from 6-9 grams to brew at just the right strength. And with the Logic’s Pannarello wand that takes the guesswork out of frothing milk, you’ll easily be able to top of your coffee with perfect frothed or steamed milk in seconds. Not only will the Logic brew great tasting espresso with ease, it also has sleek silver housing with black accents that will match beautifully with any décor.

Product Features

  • Super-automatic espresso machine grinds, tamps, and brews at the touch of a button
  • Volume dial for brewing from 1 to 12 ounces; adjustable dosing from 6 to 9 grams
  • Conical burr grinder with 18 grind-fineness settings; 58-ounce removable water reservoir
  • 15-bar pump; dual boiler system; Rapid Steam; Pannarello steam wand; coffee scoop included
  • Measures 13-1/2 by 13-3/4 by 15-1/4 inches

Comments

Tom in NOVA "tfmh" says:

Does a great job and had a great price I purchased directly from the seller who has it on sale with free shipping. Ordered on Tuesday PM, got it, in perfect condition, on Thursday AM. 

Master Po says:

Best consumer kitchen appliance I have ever purchased. This is the best, most used kitchen appliance I have ever purchased. I did not get mine here though. Extremely convenient to wake up, hit a button and have great espresso. Better coffee, quicker, no filters needed. It is much cheaper to make at home, and you don’t have to wait in a line like at the local coffee place. I have had one of these for 9 years, and the only issue I had was that the black spout got a crack in it (my fault), but it was easy to order a new one. I gave my used one…

asdopuiwfhepn says:

Good espresso, and my comments on water I am not a coffee snob (or I wouldn’t be using a super-automatic). My point of reference is a Saeco Vienna silver, which served me well for six years. I was sad when the Saeco died, because of the bewildering array of superautomatics available. When I got this Gaggia, I was relieved to find that it is the same as a Saeco VS on the inside. Same brew group. Same buttons (albeit arranged differently). Same grinding. Same adjustability. 

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