I picked up a Virtuoso through craigslist along with an Esatto. The seller didn't want to separate the two and offered me a decent deal on the pair. I wasn't looking for an Esatto, so I'm hoping to pass it on to someone who could use it. It is brand new in box: never used. I only took it out to photograph. It fits all current line of Baratza grinders except for Vario. Refurbs sell for $115 + shipping. I am looking for $100 shipped through USPS with insurance or $80 local. It will come in it's double box factory packaging all cushioned in a third shipping box.
Listing Details Asking / Suggested Price: 100 Seller Name: Jonathan Balogh Seller Location: Sherwood, Or. Sale Type: For Sale
MerleApAmber Senior Member Joined: 12 Nov 2012 Posts: 235 Location: Atlanta Expertise: I love coffee
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Posted Sat Feb 2, 2013, 8:35am Subject: Re: FS: Baratza Esatto NIB $100
This isn't an offer-sorry about that. I can tell you they make a wonderful combination. There is something about having dead easy repeatability. That you have three presets and can change them nearly as easy...
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