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sesfinklbabyvox
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Posted Thu Jun 27, 2013, 3:03pm
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Do you know NORTH COFFEE new 500g electric coffee roaster?
This roaster have two drums, one is for baking and another is for cooling...
Very interesting i think...

Click Here (www.northcoffee.net)

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Posted Thu Jun 27, 2013, 7:08pm
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Roasting time is too slow, 800W heating element is underpowered. 500g is too small for a shop roaster.
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sesfinklbabyvox
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Posted Thu Jun 27, 2013, 8:21pm
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small coffee shop is ok.
Home is ok.

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Posted Thu Jun 27, 2013, 11:23pm
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How much delivered to US?

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Posted Fri Jun 28, 2013, 12:28am
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I really hope north coffee pays you, since litterally all of your posts advertises/recommends them...
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Posted Fri Jun 28, 2013, 1:32am
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sesfinklbabyvox Said:

small coffee shop is ok.
Home is ok.

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Well you're reply alone indicates you don't know enough about roasting, or coffee shop operations, to sensibly recommend anything. If the roaster was that good, you wouldn't have to spam this forum.
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Posted Fri Jun 28, 2013, 8:12am
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sesfinklbabyvox Said:

Do you know NORTH COFFEE new 500g electric coffee roaster?

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Send me one - I will review it on my website.

 
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Posted Fri Jun 28, 2013, 10:21am
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DavecUK Said:

Roasting time is too slow, 800W heating element is underpowered. 500g is too small for a shop roaster.

Posted June 27, 2013 link

My popcorn popper is more powerful than that thing. I somehow doubt it'll be able to roast 500g inside 30 minutes, even if power vs weight vs roasting time scaled linearly (which it does not) my math sees a roasting time in excess of 45 minutes.  

If you want to send me one too, I'll spam forum posts telling everyone my experience with it! (I doubt it'll be favorable though)
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Posted Fri Jun 28, 2013, 10:58am
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frcn Said:

Send me one - I will review it on my website.

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Send me one too.  I'll rip it apart and make it more betterer.

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Posted Fri Jun 28, 2013, 11:25am
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RandomTask Said:

My popcorn popper is more powerful than that thing. I somehow doubt it'll be able to roast 500g inside 30 minutes, even if power vs weight vs roasting time scaled linearly (which it does not) my math sees a roasting time in excess of 45 minutes.  
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By reclaiming about 40% of the roast chamber's hot air, I can easily complete 500g roasts, in 11-12 minutes with my 1500 watt heating element at:
Drying = 1050 watts
Ramp-to-first-crack = 1350 watts
Finish = 1200 watts.

Therefore, I must concur, the subject roaster is way under-powered.

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