The Philips Saeco Odea is one of the few reliable super-automatic machines you’ll find priced under $500. While it may lack some of the features of some the higher end models, it still works just as wonderful without breaking your budget.
- Built-in ceramic grinder – which means it will never rust.
- Adjustable grind strength.
- Stainless steel boiler.
- Pannarello frothing wand (also known as turbo-froth wand) which makes it super easy to create creamy froth.
- Frothing wand doubles as a hot water dispenser.
- Adjustable drip tray. Removable water tank for easy refilling.
But here’s where the machine lacks, although it is not a major issue for many people, it does explain the price difference between it and more expensive super-autos:
- It’s a single boiler machine, which means you won’t be able to extract espresso and steam/froth milk at the same time. There’s a wait between the two tasks.
- No programmable settings. Though you can choose your grind settings and strength of your coffee, you can’t program and save your settings.
Other than those two points, the Saeco Odea Go is an excellent super-automatic that will prepare delicious fresh coffee drinks without breaking the bank.
You can read the customer reviews of this machine here.
What Is The Difference Between the Saeco Odea Go vs. the Saeco Talea Giro Plus?
|Feature||1500-watt automatic espresso machine with ceramic grinder|
Pannarello frothing device for steam or hot water; 15-bar pump
Stainless-steel boiler; prepare 1 to 2 cups at the same time
Adjustable drip tray; water filter; 1-1/2-liter removable water tank
Measures 15-1/6 by 11-3/7 by 14-1/2 inches
|Saeco Brewing System allows you to choose the strenghth and consistancy of your coffee by turning a dial|
Ceramic disc grinder provides an even grind, allowing perfect dosing and blending, giving you more control over the density and body of your coffee; unit also has a pre-ground coffee bypass doser
Rapid Steam technology, you can easily froth milk to quickly turn an espresso into a cappuccino or latte
Touch Lift Technology: Manual drip tray moves up and down to fit any sized cup and is removable for cleaning
Removable 57 oz water tank with water filter
|Height||16 inch||14.5 inch|
|Weight||21.5 pound||25 pound|
|Width||13 inch||13 inch|
|Length||18 inch||16 inch|
|Reviews||Read Reviews||Read Reviews|
|Link||More Info||More Info|
The Saeco Talea Giro Plus is newer and more powerful than the Odea Go Full. Both have similar basic features like a quiet and consistent built-in ceramic grinder, milk frother, hot water dispenser, same water tank capacity (57 oz – around 1.6 Liters).
The difference between the two machines is in the following:
- The Odea Go allows you to adjust the volume of the coffee from espresso, lungo and long. The Talea Giro Plus does the same in addition to allowing you to adjust the aroma (how strong/light the coffee is).
- With the Talea Giro Plus you can use pre-ground coffee. The Odea does not have a bypass doser for pre-ground coffee.
- The Talea Giro Plus includes the SBS (Saeco Brewing System) option which adjusts the fullness of the coffee brew.
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