On the Specs page, you've listed model this as having variable dosing from 7 to 10.5 grams per shot, but marked 'NO'...
On the Specs page, you've listed model this as having variable dosing from 7 to 10.5 grams per shot, but marked 'NO' for adjustable dosage (which makes sense: the Go II lacks OptiDose). Is the dosage in fact variable on the Go II, and if so, how does it vary? Is this part of what the Saeco Adapting System (SAS) controls in addition to grinder speed?
Second, what exactly is "Aroma / Flow Control", and how/where on the Odea Go II is this controlled?
It actually can dose up to 9 grams of coffee per serving, it does have a variable output of up to 8 ounces for brewing. The SAS is all about the grinder adjusting to different kind of beans to get the best espresso possible with that kind of bean. The better Saeco machines also have the SBS - adjustable créma and body structure The Saeco brewing system is a unique feature that allows you to adjust the flow speed of the coffee delivery thereby influencing the richness and body structure of the créma. The Aroma flow has to do with preinfusion and it is automatic.
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