TomHenry Senior Member Joined: 24 Apr 2014 Posts: 2 Location: London Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Thu Apr 24, 2014, 9:02am Subject: Re: Please read before you post New Machine buying question.
I don't own a grinder, but a Hario manual is looking likely (for now...). I'm looking for an entry level pump driven. I drink piccolos, flat whites and espressos. (probably 2 shots a day.. more on the weekend) I'm London based with a budget of up to £300.
Amen to that! I think it would be nice to start a new thread consisting only of Helen's first post, lock it down tighter than a fish's a-hole, and make it the new sticky - and then delete this entire thread.
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jscoffee Senior Member Joined: 30 Apr 2014 Posts: 1 Location: nyc Expertise: Just starting
Posted Wed Apr 30, 2014, 8:28am Subject: Re: Please read before you post New Machine buying question.
A friend has a VFA express model EC/P.. never used still boxed up.. also he has a industrial grinder.. by reading above i will find out more details about the grinder because it seems to be an important piece of the equation... We are interested in selling the machines but have no idea what the price could possibly be.. Any help would be greatly appreciated..
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