Posted Tue May 22, 2012, 5:00am Subject: Re: WTB Used Mazzer Mini
Just a suggestion:
You may be going for the mini because of the space factor, but you'd find it MUCH easier to find a Super Jolly in that price range. The Mini's are very rarely down that low, and the SJ is a better grinder anyway.
mcaruana Senior Member Joined: 30 Apr 2007 Posts: 7 Location: Central New York Expertise: I love coffee
Espresso: La Cimbali Jr. Grinder: Mazzer Mini
Posted Wed May 23, 2012, 6:41am Subject: Re: WTB Used Mazzer Mini
Thanks to everyone who has offered me their insight and recommendations on upgrading my grinder. I began considering a Rancilio Rocky or perhaps a Ascoso I-1 Steel to pair with my Rancilio Silvia. Because some great feedback, I instead began searching instead for a used Mazzer Mini. I have just sent payment to the seller of a used Mazzer Mini that appears to be in great shape and will be eager awaiting its arrival. Thanks again!
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