The new Synchro T2,
exclusively available to the UK market through Teknomat UK, is packed with
innovations that we think you and your customers are going to love.
We’ve been waiting
impatiently for this new model to arrive for some months now. I personally saw
it in pre-production during a visit to the factory earlier this year when we
debated colour schemes and I had a sneak preview of some of the new, user-led
features the T2 incorporates. And now it is here.
Essentially, the T2 has
been designed as a deluxe version of the popular and stylish existing Synchro
range that we introduced to the UK around five years ago. The retro design
element is still there in the soul of the machine with 4kg brass E61 group
heads as dependable as ever.The bright colours that made the existing
Synchro a stand-out favourite are also still very much a focus but the newer
model offers much more for the discerning customer looking for a mid range
machine at the higher end of the spectrum.
Visually, the first striking difference of the Synchro T2 is thelights.
Its blue sidelights, together with the downlighters over the machine, make it
at home in any contemporarybar set-up. The cup deck has also had a
makeover with plinths modelled to enhance cup storage.
We just love the new,
bespoke coffee handles the manufacturer has designed for the T2, rather than
buying standard handles you will see across many different machine ranges.
These new units are heavier and havebetter heat retention for the brew
process. The design also allows the handles to sit completely level for precise
The new design of the lever steam valves further separates the machine from the
mass of functional yet visually uninspiring coffee machines that are already
out there on the market. The lever handles lock in one position, whilst in
another can allow a variance in steam pressure released from the boiler. This
means the barista can choose to have both hands free if they wish while doing
Thinking about the practicalities of using the machine, a larger drink prep
platform has been achieved by recessing the solenoid valves - useful when
preparing several drinks. If you are energy conscious, a power saving mode is
now incorporated whereby the boiler element may be switched to half power,
useful in reducing carbon footprint.
In essence the T2 is still the Synchro, but it is a Synchro with quite a bit
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