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Hearthware i-Roast 2 - Doug Gondela's Review
Posted: May 30, 2007, 8:39am
review rating: 2.5
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Hearthware i-Roast 2 Coffee Roaster
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Arrow The Hearthware i-Roast 2 has 29 Reviews
Arrow The Hearthware i-Roast 2 has been rated 6.74 overall by our member reviewers
Arrow This product has been in our review database since February 20, 2006.
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Gino Magnotta 9.33
Mark Wathne 8.00
Paul Wood 8.00
Jeffrey Portman 8.00
Jules Gobeil 8.00

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Ratings and Stats Overall Rating: 7.8
Manufacturer: Hearthware Quality: 8
Average Price: $149.00 Usability: 8
Price Paid: $179.95 Cost vs. Value 8
Where Bought: Burman's Aesthetics 7
Owned for: 2 months Overall 8
Writer's Expertise: I love coffee Would Buy Again: Yes
Similar Items Owned: None
Bottom Line: Easy to use Coffee Roaster - That just works like its supposed to.
Positive Product Points

Easy to use Coffee Roaster - that just works like its supposed to.

Negative Product Points

Noisy - sounds like a Shop Vac.

Detailed Commentary

The Hearthware I-Roast2 works very well for fresh roasting coffee.  I roast outside in Florida where the ambient temperature varies between 65 and 90 when I roast.  I use preset # 2 most of the time.  I stop the roast with between 3 and 4 minutes left on the timer, based upon the sound (crack) and look (most important).  This gives me a Full City plus roast.  (I think).  Everything works the way it is supposed to.

The Hearthware I-Roast2 works very well for fresh roasting coffee.  I roast outside in Florida where the ambient temperature varies between 65 and 90 when I roast.  I use preset # 2 most of the time.  I stop the roast with between 3 and 4 minutes left on the timer, based upon the sound (crack) and look (most important).  This gives me a Full City plus roast.  (I think).  Everything works the way it is supposed to.

The Hearthware I-Roast2 works very well for fresh roasting coffee.  I roast outside in Florida where the ambient temperature varies between 65 and 90 when I roast.  I use preset # 2 most of the time.  I stop the roast with between 3 and 4 minutes left on the timer, based upon the sound (crack) and look (most important).  This gives me a Full City plus roast.  (I think).  Everything works the way it is supposed to.

Buying Experience

Very good buying experience.

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