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Posted Fri Mar 2, 2012, 4:01am
Subject: Baratza Esatto grinder attachment
 

This looks like a really good addition for my Baratza Preciso. I have a question arising from the information and videos I've seen which confirm it is also suitable for 240 volts  AC. There is a mains plug (USA style?) shown which is plugged into the Esatto under the removable lid. My Preciso has a UK style 13 amp plug and it looks like it wouldn't fit even if there were a UK style socket in the Esatto. I'm capable of changing the plug on the Preciso providing the warranty isn't invalidated by making such a modification.

I'd be grateful for any insights/experience/solutions re: the 'plug' issue and if anyone could point me in the direction of a UK supplier of the Esatto. Thanks :)
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Posted Fri Mar 2, 2012, 8:27pm
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Rod, I'd email Kyle at Baratza, USA
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Edit...I have a Preciso and Esatto combo...absolutely love it, especially for Chemex, Sowden Soft Brew, vac pot...and yes, espresso.

 
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Posted Fri Mar 2, 2012, 9:56pm
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IMAWriter Said:

Edit...I have a Preciso and Esatto combo...absolutely love it, especially for Chemex, Sowden Soft Brew, vac pot...and yes, espresso.

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Glad to hear that it's a winning combo, my Esatto arrives on Monday and my Preciso on Wednesday.

 
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Posted Sat Mar 3, 2012, 2:39am
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Rod, I'd email Kyle at Baratza, USA
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Thanks, I'll do that now, be nice to be able to uncross my fingers again :)
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