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Chris' Price: $179.90

Product Code: 995P-JOYKIT

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For those of you who prefer the joysticks. The joystick kit comes with adaptors.

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

  0 of 0 people found the following review helpful:
Great upgrade April 5, 2018
Reviewer: Anonymous Person  
Great kit to upgrade from the cheap valves that come on the Expobar machines

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  3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
Dedicated, responsible, generous customer service March 16, 2018
Reviewer: John Parke from Oakland, CA United States  
Chris' Coffee is one the few companies in existence that truly stands behind customer service as part of doing business.  This is very rare these days and it is a pleasure to experience.  They are rock solid on customer service.  I wanted joysticks added to my machine but they were not available- held up in customs on import from Italy.  The sales person put a note in my order and stated if they came out of customs by the time my order shipped, they would put them on the machine.  I thought right- tell me another one, I know how this goes.  But I was wrong- the machine arrived with joysticks installed.  The team read the sales note and put them on before it shipped out - even though they had not been ordered - just requested in a sales note.  That is a tight ship my friends.

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Easy install on 2017 model August 3, 2017
Reviewer: Owen from Toronto, ON Canada  
I have a 2017 Vetrano so was initially confused about how to use the included adapters. The valve assemblies are the newer type with the tapered-hexagonal-section bodies and QM engraved on them. For these, the adapters don't seem to be necessary and installation went fine without them. I would note as has been mentioned elsewhere the wand-to-valve nuts are loose and should be tightened before using. The principle tools I needed to complete this were a 17 mm combination wrench and a stubby 17mm socket with a 100-position low-profile, long handle ratchet. Initial loosening and final tightening is best done with tools for leverage and the rest with fingers to avoid damaging anything.

One minor quibble is that the faces of the hexagonal fore and aft sections of the steam wand aren't in the same plane. It was probably overtightened at the factory since the hot water wand looks perfect, as is.

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