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justpete
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Posted Wed Mar 2, 2011, 1:03pm
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Does anyone know if this review was ever completed?  I've been searching for it but cannot find it.

 
One thing I've learned after being on the internet for so long - if you ignore the trolls, they'll go away.
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Posted Sun Mar 6, 2011, 2:44pm
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Justpete - I think it's just the First Look and the reams of follow up notes.  I don't believe the detailed review has been posted.
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Posted Tue Dec 13, 2011, 4:24pm
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I was a little confused with the basket size on this article.

You'll get all the usual things - a single and double filter basket (57mm size - Ascaso says 58mm on their website, but my callipers and tampers say 57mm).


This is review on Ascaso Duo "VERSATILE", and I was assuming it was on Ascaso Duo "PROFESSIONAL."  (I didn't think duo came in both classes.)
And I couldn't figure out what their website claims with a quick glance, but after some digging around, the following is what I found:

  1. This is review on Ascaso Duo VERSATILE (or non-professional)
  2. VERSATILE has 57mm filter basket
  3. PROFESSIONAL has 58mm filter basket
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