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Posted Fri Feb 15, 2013, 9:47pm
Subject: SOLD: 1990-somthing Elektra Deliziosa - plumb in/out, remote Procon pump
 

I need to get this off of my bench so that I can finish up some other projects and free up my FloJet.  It's in great condition.  I had a whole pitch for why this is a great deal, but honestly, this is a light commercial HX in great shape for the price of a PID Silvia (or maybe less?).  If you can plumb in and out (or run it off of a FloJet and water bottles), this is a lot of machine for a reasonable amount of money.  I guess I could ship it (it's built like a tank with a double wall stainless case), but I would certainly prefer a local sale.  Drop me a line if you're interested.

EDIT - I forgot to include basic specs:
HX
110v
4L boiler (my estimate), auto filling
1800w (just barely runs on a home 15amp line)
External Procon rotary pump
Sirai pressurestat


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Asking / Suggested Price: 700
Seller Name: Russel Philip
Seller Location: Los Angeles
Sale Type: For Sale

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Posted Sat Feb 16, 2013, 5:34pm
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Bump for Russel

Very nice and trustworthy person to deal with and rest assured any machine you get from him will be in tip top shape.

Serious machine for the price.

Good luck with the sale
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Posted Wed Mar 20, 2013, 11:40pm
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bump...obviously I still have this and it is still for sale.  It's currently stuck in a corner but I will try to shuffle it around and post some detail pics.  I know that a plumb in remote pump isn't for most, but if you can make that leap it's really nice, just like being on a really small coffee bar.
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Posted Wed May 8, 2013, 10:58pm
Subject: Re: FS: 1990-somthing Elektra Deliziosa - plumb in/out,
 

one more bump.

I still have this.  I'm in the process of selling my GS/3 AV, and once that's gone this will probably take over pump machine duties for a bit while I decide if I want a pump machine at all.  I don't know what else to say...this is at least $2000 worth of professionally serviced machine for $700.  If you are in the greater LA area you really can't do much better without shouldering the risk of some serious repair/service costs.
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Posted Thu May 9, 2013, 6:57am
Subject: Re: FS: 1990-somthing Elektra Deliziosa - plumb in/out,
 

Though this was at the top of the list, I am adding in that Russel is a straight shooter, honest and a great guy. You can trust him to over deliver on what he might have for sale. Just saying.

 
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Posted Thu May 9, 2013, 3:41pm
Subject: FS: 1990-somthing Elektra Deliziosa - plumb in/out, remote Procon rotary pump
 

Wow, how has this not sold? A friend of mine has one of these, they look so cool in person and seem like the last machine you'd ever need.

 
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Posted Thu May 16, 2013, 9:56pm
Subject: Re:1990-somthing Elektra Deliziosa - plumb in/out, remote Procon rotary pump
 

Someone suggested that I post a video of this guy (or gal, or it?) in action, so here goes.  This shot was 20g into a 18g VST and resulted in 34.4g in 24 seconds for a %58 brew ratio shot.  I usually pull shots at %66 brew ratio, although I've been enjoying shots on my LP as low as %55 with a huge pre-infusion...go figure.

Be forewarned -  my crazy pre-bedtime boys are in the background and there's a k-cup machine to right...:-)
http://youtu.be/oyKvSaXEt3U

I will try to post a milk steaming video, but I'm left handed and not used to managing the pitcher with my right hand, which has been a little tuff because the steam power is immense and tears through a caps worth of milk in a few seconds.
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