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Saeco Vienna Plus Espresso Machine

by Saeco

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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15 x 14 x 15.5 inches ; 18 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 18 pounds
  • ASIN: B004TLHPMM
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #237,865 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

The Vienna Plus puts Saeco MPN - S-Vienna

Customer Reviews

It's quick, quiet and easy to use.
Chris Voorhees
We purchased this a little over a year ago (late October, 2010) and have already spent money on repairs.
Katherine Seavey
This machine is more of a necessity than a luxury considering the savings on a quality cup of coffee.
vkmaynard

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By BiG-SaVeR on September 7, 2013
UPDATE: As of evening of January 6/2014 this Machine is fully automatic, I no longer a water for it, it's connected to my ice maker line with in-line double filter, I just installed the smallest fill-valve I bought on amazon, material costs about $15.00 plus about 15 minutes of work. If any one is interested in converting any coffee or espresso machine that's equipped with removable reservoir check this link for the major part which is the valve. Take your valve to Home Depot or any hardware store to get matching pipe-line, "T" and shutoff valve, if you love your machine then buy in-line water filter for it. again check this link for the part. B00FCKR5EC

I am son of coffee farmers, I grow up drinking a real coffee, after leaving the coffee farm I couldn't get used to the US water/coffee so I started with the cheapest and garbage espresso machines such as Mr, coffee at $39.00 I went through two of them in about 18 months, and purchased another brand non automatic on amazon and that machine is even worst that Mr. coffee while its price is 7 time the Mr. Coffee's price. few months ago I got really tired of these fake espresso machines and start shopping again, I read a very good review about Saeco, I try the new ones but the price didn't seem touchable, hunting on local add website I came across one for way less than what I was planning to pay for it, I didn't waste no time I went and got it.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By EOSmm on September 19, 2010
We purchased this expresso maker after our first one, which we owned for years and years, finally died on us. We decided to get it repaired, but give it to our son and buy a new one for ourselves. When the new expresso maker arrived, we were terribly disappointed. Compared to the first machine, the quality of workmanship is shockingly poor. The pieces fit poorly together and have play between them. Sometimes just touching them moves them out of alignment. The first machine was tight and well-constructed.

The heating element isn't as good either. My husband and I have both noticed that the water isn't as hot when it comes out of the machine. Neither does the machine dispense as much water. We've had to turn the setting to the Max to get a complete cup of coffee. This may be by design, however, and not a negative. Turning our previous coffee maker to the Max setting resulted in overfilling the cup. Larger cups that would accommodate the increased amount do not fit well and are spilled when they're tipped for removal from the machine.

As for making the coffee, expresso, etc., the machine does just fine. It's internal functions seem to work well. I suppose my real concern here is that, if the quality of the rest of the machine is any indication, this one may not last as long as the first one and we may have to send it off for repair too. If that happens, I'm not sure we'll ever replace this one with another like it. We may look at other brands, even if it means spending more money--which it will.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Katherine Seavey on February 9, 2012
We purchased this a little over a year ago (late October, 2010) and have already spent money on repairs. After replacing a motor, we still have an electric burning smell every time we use it. We also have water that leaks from the bottom whenever we use the steam wand. I sent an email to Saeco regarding the issues before our year warranty was expired, and they never responded. Not the type of company I'll ever do business with again. Wish I could give zero stars.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Chris Voorhees on January 4, 2013
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Understand that this isn't the Rolls-Royce of super-automatic machines. My brother has that - and it's awesome - but I think he paid about 3,500 for it. Our previous machine was a Delonghi - it worked well, and made thousands of cups before buying the farm - and we couldn't find anyone to service it in Arizona. So - rather than ship it out and pay the repair for a five year old machine we just bought this - and we've been very pleased. It's quick, quiet and easy to use. It makes a great cup of coffee - and I actually sort of appreciate frothing latte milk manually because there's more control getting it to the desired temperature and consistency. It's not as visually appealing as our previous machine - but actually seems more well made.
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By Rob on April 5, 2014
We purchased our Vienna Plus last Christmas and we have been making coffee drinks every day. This machine is easy to operate and we enjoy at least 4 or 5 drinks a day. We could not be happier with our purchase. So far it's been trouble free. We did purchase a different Panarello but the standard one seems to do a great job of frothing milk once you get the hang of it. The only thing we regret is not getting this years earlier. We gave the Vienna Plus 4 stars and not 5 because we have only owned it for 4 months. We will update our review as needed.
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This is my second Saeco Vienna Plus. The first one worked great for over 5 years of regular use. I was so pleased that it lasted so long with so much wear-and-tear that I bought another one. Big mistake. Not sure if i received a dud machine, but I've only had problems with it since the start. Sent it in for repairs and still makes terrible, diluted coffee. It makes sad since the first machine worked so well. I would avoid this machine and invest in another.
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