Rheavendor Coffee Machines: The Ultimate Coffee Vending Machine Guide
Rheavendor Coffee Vending Machines
Rheavendor is one of the leading manufactures of coffee vending machines in the world. Rhea has their head offices based in Italy but have a number of manufacturing plants throughout Europe.
Rheavendor as a company is famous for their relationship with two major coffee vending companies One of which is Nestlé for whom they manufacture all Nescafe coffee vending machines and the second is Coca Cola for whom they make all Coca Colas (or Chaywa’s) coffee vending machines
Rheavendor has quite an extensive range of vending machines and we will details all the models here.
Rhea vendor coffee vending model overview:
XX Micro 1:
The XX Micro 1 is the small vending machine in the Rhea Vendor range. There are two models available (Instant and bean) and is the most compact of all Rhea machines. There are 6 selections and there is 1 boiler. The XX Micro, although being the most basic in the range, is also the cheapest option.
The Cino is essentially the replacement to the XX micro and has a number of advantages of the Micro. The Cino has a grinder which has double the speed of that of the Micro. The Cino has 4 canisters in both instant and bean versions and has the option to replace the one milk powder canister with a fresh milk cooler. The Cino is probably also the best looking machine in the Rheavendor range in our opinion.
The Rhea Vendor Barista is the one machine in the range to rival the Cino for looks. It features an un-missable backlit panel (in either blue or yellow) It is similarly priced to the Cino but has only 3 canisters which means you need to leave out either the hot chocolate or sugar inside the machine.
XM and XS COFFEE SHOP
The XM and XS coffee shop is really big. The first 3 models in the Rheavendor range are suited to offices or coffee shops which are expected to make less than 120 cups per day. The XM is the first model in the range which is capable of 150+ cups of coffee per day. It doesn’t have the styling of the Barista or Cino machines but is a workhorse capable of getting the job done. Both machines can be bought with up to 6 canisters opening up the possibilities for tea and instant vending soup as well
The HORECA rhea dispenser is an older model and probably the worst looking in the Rhea range (That’s our nice way of saying it is the ugliest Rheavendor machine money can buy) It also, like the XM and XS, is designed for heavy usage but if it was our choice we would go for the XM or XS instead.
Rheavendor machines are often white-labelled for different companies in each country (see our Rheavendor machine labelled as an Aquaspresso Coffee Vending Machine) but the model type will be quite easily distinguished from the pictures above. For any more questions around features or costs of any of the machine in the range please contact us below or visit Rheavendors Group.
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