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Overall Rating 6.0, Based on 29 Reviews
Avg Price $170.00
Manufacturer Hearthware
Machine Type Coffee Roaster
Colors Black
Class Coffee Roaster, Fluid Air
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Roasters, Accessories & Misc: Hearthware I-Roast
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A new breed of home roasters that lets you set the roasting profiles (parameters) that allow precise control of how the roaster takes care of your green coffee.

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Tom Be (quality: 7.2) 02.08.2005 Rating: 4.8
Bottom Line: It works but build quality is poor, I'd rather have spent money on a PID for a popper.
Len Charleville (quality: 7.3) 04.13.2005 Rating: 8.8
Bottom Line: Well built, easy to use, and produces a quality roast.
David Echelbarger (quality: 7.4) 03.11.2005 Rating: 7.6
Bottom Line: If you learn to use this roaster as a tool, and not as a set and forget machine,  it will meet your needs.
Tom O (quality: 7.6) 08.15.2005 Rating: 8.0
Bottom Line: The i-roast is a step up from the popcorn popper in the pursuit of the god-shot - or as Homer Simpson would say:  "mmmmm- sacrilicious"
Alan Hurvitz (quality: 7.8) 03.25.2005 Rating: 7.2
Bottom Line: Plain and simple... if you adhere to a bit of discipline, here's what you get after a bit of trial and error. Consistently GREAT coffee roasted exactly the way you like it. And let's face it, isn't that what this is all about?
Mike Ferro (quality: 8.0) 05.25.2009 Rating: 8.0
Bottom Line: A very good machine for people who prefer light roasts and who don't use a lot of coffee.
Bob J (quality: 8.3) 12.25.2004 Rating: 9.4
Bottom Line: A terrific consumer roaster with programmable roasting profiles.
Leland Goertz (quality: 8.5) 05.27.2005 Rating: 9.0
Bottom Line: A well built, quality roaster, capable of producing an exceptional roast.
Christopher Keene (quality: 8.7) 01.28.2005 Rating: 8.2
Bottom Line: The ne plus ultra of home hot air roasters.  The most advanced stage in the evolution from popcorn popper to coffee roaster.
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