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Two new Ascaso Espresso Machines, which do you choose? Check out this comparison!
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Refresh your cafe with the quick-heat design and simple operation of the Rancilio Classe 7 USB Espresso Machine.
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Gail has a cup of @heartroasters Kenya Gachuiro! Grab your cup and join us!
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Cinnamon & Nutmeg. Allspice & Ginger. Is there anything Gail doesn't love in this recipe?
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It might be small, but it sure can grind! Gail is taking a look at the Ascaso I-Mini I1 Flat Burr Grinder.
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You asked us for it, so here it is! Our comparison of the Rocket Espresso R58 and the La Marzocco Linea Mini!
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A new recipe and new Moka pot brewing technique? YEAH! Gail gives a recipe hailing from the Netherlands a try!
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Where form and function meet. Check out the Ascaso Dream Up!
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Ascaso I-Mini I1 vs Breville Smart Grinder Pro. Which is best for you? Watch and find out!
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Ready to drool? Check out the Rocket Espresso R9 Commercial Espresso Machine!
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Disappointing. For a commercial machine they have missed the mark in usability by requiring operators to remember button combinations to access key functions. They've chosen Form over Function. That's bad design philosophy, and for a commercial application, it's tragic. 
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Gail brews herself a cup of @enjoy_aka on today's Good Morning Gail! Join us!
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Donuts and coffee, what a perfect pair! But the question begs to be asked, how can this pair get even better?
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6911 216th St SW a Lynnwood, WA 98036
6911 216th Street Southwest aUSWashingtonLynnwood98036
(425) 673-2706seattlecoffeegear.com
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Specialist stocking dozens of coffeemakers plus accessories, pairing machines to customers.- Google
"Good selection of beans, small selection of accessories and cleaning products."
"Good products, good prices, great service."
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Sharon Montella
2 weeks ago
Bad experience here, as well. The mugs they sent me cost a lot ($35 for two coffee cups! + $5 shipping) but were made of cheap materials. The 'double wall insulation' did not keep beverages any hotter than a regular coffee cup. It took me several emails and phone calls and long periods of time waiting on hold to be told it's not 'cost-effective' for them to pay for my return ship, that I was experiencing buyer remorse (they sure were right about that one!) and I would have to pay about $15 dollars to ship the mugs back. Finally, they did give me a $20 credit back to my card and a $15 store credit (which I will never use). Still, I wouldn't recommend ordering online from this company.
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Alex Balakin
4 weeks ago
Bad experience. Ordered espresso machine and apparently got open-box item. Reached out to them and was told that this is what they receive from Saeco/Philips. I really doubt Philips sells new machines with badly repackaged manuals and accessories. The only offered resolution was to return machine on my expense + get charged for the initial shipping. Beware!
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Greg Huber
5 months ago
It's a nice, small, shiny showroom tucked away in the Alderwood village. Nice setup, plenty of machines to try, but seems a bit understaffed. Despite being a tiny store, it was impossible to get the attention of an employee to complete a purchase. Ended up leaving empty-handed, but that made my local coffee shop a lot more happy anyway. =) Good selection of beans, small selection of accessories and cleaning products. Basically, this store is shiny beacon to attract spenders. Don't bother if you're going for coffee nerding. Wondering if the employees work on commission...
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Tommy F.
2 months ago
Great place for your home espresso needs and they stock lots of great coffee from PNW roasters.
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in the last week
I live in Canada, but purchased my coffee machine from here as I was travelling to the States and wanted to take advantage of their great prices. The machine was delivered in perfect condition and quickly and at a much lower price that any I have seen - Bona Vita 8 cup with stainless steel caraf - best coffee I've had. Thanks, SCG!
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Robert Hirabayashi
a month ago
This was my first experience with Seattle Coffee Gear. I called in to make a change to an order I placed online and Michael in customer service helped me out! He was professional, quick and courteous! Thank you Michael and thank you Seattle Coffee Gear!!!
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Steven Lendobeja
3 months ago
AWESOME SERVICE. I purchased a refurbished Saeco Intuita from their website. I had a few questions and they were awesome in customer service. I have probably made 600 drinks on this machine and it is still working PERFECT! -Steven
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Luis Dominguez
4 months ago
Highly disappointed! Yes they are very professional at telling you NO. I made an online purchase for a Philips Viva AirFryer. Nothing from the listing mentioned this product did not come with a "baking dish" When I received the box I read the checklist that had been certified & inspected by TWO people: "Packaging Technician AH" and "Q.C. Technician PS" both had certified that the package included the "Baking Pan" inside the package. To my surprise when I called to request it because it wasn't in the box. I originally thought they wouldn't believe me.. As many people might call and say something didn't come in the box when it really did. But no Michael's response was far more surprising: "Yes, I know the checking list says its included but the item actually doesn't come with a baking pan... sorry". Ummmm, so in other words disregard anything that comes in the packing slip as it is a generic form that is printed for all items. Not reviewed by anyone and also not interested in making a bad experience turn into a positive one. Highly unsatisfied. I had several other products I was interested in buying but not after this experience. Buyers beware.
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