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So I did a bit of research and it looks like the SR 500 is my best bet for a sample roaster.  I will only be using it lightly. Put up my Behmor for sale. If I ever need to cup a large amount I will just buy more of it.
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Posted Sat Aug 24, 2013, 8:52am
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Probably more than you want to spend, but Sonofresco makes a sample roaster.  Oddly, it's not oriented toward Sivetz style profiling.  

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Posted Sun Aug 25, 2013, 7:46am
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boar_d_laze Said:

Probably more than you want to spend, but Sonofresco makes a sample roaster.  Oddly, it's not oriented toward Sivetz style profiling.  

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I already got a 1 lb Sonofresco. :)  I have ended up buying a Freshroast SR500 and I am very pleased. Built a lot better than I thought.  The machine surprised me.
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Burner0000 Said:

I already got a 1 lb Sonofresco. :)

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Ah yes, so you did.  But the super special sample Sonofresco roasts in three separate chambers, and comes with -- wait for it -- three designated sample bowls..  

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boar_d_laze Said:

Ah yes, so you did.  But the super special sample Sonofresco roasts in three separate chambers, and comes with -- wait for it -- three designated sample bowls..  

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I know lol. I've seen it before. I'd just prefer to roast small batches on their own not to mention different roast degrees.  If I get to roasting multiple coffees at the same degree then I'll think about getting one but for now I'll stick with the SR500.
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