whd2102 Senior Member Joined: 5 Sep 2010 Posts: 87 Location: boston
Posted Sun Sep 8, 2013, 4:31am Subject: [SOLD] OE LIDO
Up for sale is my OE Lido, which I purchased 5/20/12 but have only used consistently for about a year (ironically switching to a Virtuoso for summer travel purposes; see my other thread if you're interested in that grinder). This LIDO is a little unusual in that the plastic has aesthetic damage--I used compressed air to get out some coffee dust, and the air left what looks like crack marks. The damage doesn't affect the structural integrity; it's just an aesthetic issue that I want to flag. I'll post a photo sometime later today. The burrs have plenty of life and I would have a tough time distinguishing the cup quality from the LIDO grinds from the Virtuoso's grinds.
(Close readers may wonder why the LIDO is shipping from Boston but the Virtuoso form L.A.; I left the latter at my mom's home, and she'll be shipping it out for me. Don't worry, she's a good packer.)
Shipping included for the lower 48; contact me for a quote if you are elsewhere.
You can email me at donnedonne via gmail.
Listing Details Asking / Suggested Price: 125 Seller Name: William Dunn Seller Location: Boston, MA Sale Type: For Sale
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