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Sam21
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Posted Thu May 30, 2013, 10:44am
Subject: Re: A Quality Grinder for Pour Over Coffee Under $200? Can it Be Done??
 

jbviau Said:

I just checked and was able to add one to my cart (which I've now removed) and proceed to checkout. Not sure what the issue is/was for you. Try again? Click Here (www.orphanespresso.com)

Posted May 30, 2013 link

Same - no issue. In stock and ready to go. Did you make sure to make an account and login? You can't add one to a cart unless you do.
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Posted Thu May 30, 2013, 11:11am
Subject: Re: A Quality Grinder for Pour Over Coffee Under $200? Can it Be Done??
 

I had inadvertantly bookmarked the "out of stock" web page. It always says out of stock.

I made another minor mod to my LIDO this morning.

When grinding softer coffee beans the LIDO is very comfortable. But for lighter roasts the handle feels a little small. And the underside of the top of the LIDO has somewhat sharp edges and little screw heads that dig into my hand (I grip the LIDO at the top of the plastic body). It's not a big deal but why not be comfortable? So I added a little neoprene donut to cushion the underside of the top. And I found a small rubber foot from an appliance that press-fit onto the existing handle quite nicely.
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