Its ok. it works.
Just for me its a a bit of a mish mash.
built in water pumps mean you have to have the water butt within 2 mts of the machine. on domestic sites or internals thats restrictive.
plus its harder to move the machine around.
then there's a seperate compressor. 110v compressor total ball ache. we have a good v meko one definitely the best 110v option out there by a mile but supplier very slow.
then being 110v you are restricted by power supplys. you cant just plug into any available 110v socket on site and must be very close to original power source.
I have used the ritmo L and M for years and its plug and play for me. The main use is base coats. monocouche. roughcasting.hardwall and for any of those applications 9/10 times i just plug the water and power straight to the mains and off i go.
built in compressor. no transformers just plug and play
So you promote a machine you don't rate?
The water pump on the M200 weighs 5kg, causes no issue with moving
Separate compressor not only reduces noise around the machine but prevents damage by dust etc. It keeps it clean. Lightweight and easy to move.
Again, you haven't used this Air comp so you can't say the V Meko is the best. I have three in our depot and I can safely say that ours is better.
You relate to the built in water pump issue and water barrel being 2m away.... that's the same with a G4,K4 or M330. You don't hve to run from a barrel but we advise you do and fluctuation in water will affect any machines operation. Why take the risk.... But, the extra pumping distance on the M200 compared to the Ritmo means you probably won't need to move the machine
Any issues with power is the same as 3Phase, 240v and 110v. Some homeowners won't let you plug into there house. And to be honest, the M200 being 110v means you'll never have a worry using it on site, you will have the worry with 240v