zazz Senior Member Joined: 5 Jul 2012 Posts: 24 Location: GA Expertise: I love coffee
Posted Sun Oct 7, 2012, 8:30am Subject: FS: Handpresso Wild Hybrid
I bought this new earlier this year and would like to pass it on since i don't use it much anymore. this is the hybrid edition that does both pods and ground coffee. it is in good condition except missing one of the buttons on the release valve (the bottom button). i tried glueing the button back but it broke off again and i lost the button. still works fine, and i am sure you could either get a replacement from handpresso or just glue a plastic piece there to replace it. I can post pictures later but don't have it on hand right now. There is some wear on the portafilter where the coating is peeling. asking 100 shipped OBO. thanks for looking
Listing Details Asking / Suggested Price: 100 Seller Name: zach g Seller Location: Macon, GA Sale Type: For Sale
kinda hard to see in the picture, but you can make out a spot on the portafilter where the finish is wearing off. i dont know why its doing that it is only a few months old. the other side is where the "button" is missing.
fun little device if you like pods, i have only tried it a few times with fresh coffee but my grinder was too fine, didnt try to calibrate it.
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