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I had a cool signature, but then I took an arrow to the knee!
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Moueska wrote:I've started to try to guess the parodies just by reading the lyrics.
... Got this one. XD
I got it right away after reading "On your mark ready set let's go" I read it exactly how the actually goes, haha!
"HEY TWITTER, TAKE THE SO CALLED KANYE WEST TWITTER DOWN NOW .... WHY? BECAUSE MY CAPS LOCK KEY IS LOUD!!!!!!!!!" - Kanye West
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Lord John Whorfin wrote:Saeco makes fantastic, extremely reliable and durable superautomatic espresso machines.
Perhaps it should read, "Saeco MADE fantastic, etc...."
Aren't they owned by Philips now? So all bets are off where they will be taken.
I've just seen too many good brands purchased, cheapened and carrying their names on lesser products. We'll see.
acpress.com Not cute, but useful.
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johnellenberger wrote:Ok I own essentially the same unit that I bought here (the Cappuccino version) which is my 3rd Saeco. It makes good coffee. Saeco is a fairly good unit but not the best--you do have to spend a lot of time maintaining it (clean clean clean).
Just be aware that these are refurbs and the company will only guarantee them for 2 months and the shipping is at your expense. For me this was $50 minimum on the East Coast of the US. Their is service is not good. In spite of the cutesy videos that they post on Youtube you will not be dealing with Saeco...not even close.
Just a heads up, Seattle Coffee Gear is Philip Saeco's Refurbishing Center for the United States.
The warranty covers defect for the period of 1-year after purchase. In the event a machine must be shipped in for warranty service, customer pays for shipping to the center and warranty covers repair or replacement and return shipping.
Hope that clarifies stuff!
I'm just hanging out, really.