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Crew Review: Crossland CC1

We asked Gail and Josh to take us through the technical aspects, features and functionality of the new Crossland CC1 espresso machine. Josh gives us a tour under the hood and Gail talks about pros, cons and demonstrates making a latte.

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8 thoughts on “Crew Review: Crossland CC1”

  • Scott M

    I like the size & shape of that cup. Is that the BIA Cordon Bleu (12oz) or the Coffee House (12 oz) cup?

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  • Frank

    Have you tried using another portafilter handle just to see if it fits?

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  • Paul

    I like it. How does it stack up to the Silvano? What is the warm up time? Can it be left on all day like a HX machine. Thanks for the great reviews!

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    • Kat

      Fairly similar, functionality-wise, but the Silvano has a sexier case :)

      Yes, can leave on all day - we leave our demo on all day with no issues.

      - Kat

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  • Eugene

    How does it CC stack up against the Rancilio Silvia with PID installed?

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    • Kat

      You can check out a couple of comparison's we've done:

      http://blog.seattlecoffeegear.com/2011/10/03/how-much-time-to-make-4-lattes/

      and

      http://blog.seattlecoffeegear.com/2011/10/07/blind-taste-test-rancilio-silvia-vs-crossland-cc1/

      Big difference is that you have more programming functionality available on the CC1 vs. the Rancilio; also, the way the water is pulled through the reservoir -> boiler -> thermoblock on the CC1 ensures that you cannot burn your boiler out, which is a common repair issue on the Silvia if you aren't careful.

      - Kat

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