Whilst we organise photography of all models for publicity, here is just a taste of the new features you will find on the Synchro T2:
New handles: Exclusively
commissioned, ergonomically-designed group handles are comfortable to hold but
the clever re-design means they will sit flat on the work surface when removed
from the machine for easy tamping.
Power-saving: A new switch introduces a
third power option which is a half power, energy-saving mode.
Lights: New lights on the machine side
and above the groups are stylish and eye-catching.
Steam handles: A bold re-design of the lever-action
steam handle also offers dual functionality - push it in one direction will
lock it into an 'on' position but push it in the other direction it is
spring-loaded and will need holding in position.
Larger prep area: The groups have been
re-engineered to occupy less space on the drip tray - instead of coming straight
down at right angles to the drip tray they are cut-away at an acute angle, thus
giving a larger beverage preparation area.
Touch pads: The push-button touch pads
have been simplified and the display screen, which will allow for coffee
countdown, is centred at eye level.
Finish: Colours are yet to be
finalised, but the sides of the machine will feature a coloured panel
contrasting with matt black. The back panel is polished stainless steel. The
perspex top has been aesthetically re-modelled to incorporate a slope.
Optional: As with the existing Synchro,
the T2 may be specified with some optional extras including T.C.I. (Independent
Temperature Control) and an Automatic Temperature Milk Steamer. T.C.I. controls
the water temperature of each separate boiler, for each group – each group has
its own ‘personal’ boiler allowing different water temperatures to be dispensed
from each group head. The automatic temperature milk frother is a handy
addition that delivers consistency to your froth – when frothing milk the
automatic temperature valve shuts off the steamer when the milk reaches the
Synchro has been carefully re-engineered in this T2 version to incorporate some
new design features and aesthetic
enhancements but whilst retaining the style and character of this attractive
and popular machine range," commented Mike.
will continue to supply the existing Synchro machine range. The new Synchro T2
has been developed as a solution for customers who want more from an espresso
machine at a slightly more premium price.
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