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    !!!TAKEN!!! - Corretto Roaster - Perth

    Time for me to move my unused Corretto on. It served me well but I just don't use it like I should and I'd rather see someone else benefit from the same learning experience I did. It's done about 60-70 roasts at last count.

    It's made from a Panasonic bread maker, rewired for constant agitation so there aren't any electronics used anymore. The trolley is a cheapy from Bunnings and I made the cooler from a bucket with an exhaust fan jammed into it. There's a few containers and other gear, and some green beans to get you started.

    No heat gun and no temp probe because I'm using them elsewhere.

    All free to a good home, pickup in the Mt Lawley area of Perth.

    ...Jon
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    Nice work rebem, if a newb doesn't take this set up I will, it is the same as mine and would be a handy back up, I would prefer it to go to someone looking for the first roasting set up though.

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    No worries noonar. It's yours if I don't get any bites. I thought there'd be a bit of interest over here in WA...

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    Quote Originally Posted by noonar View Post
    Nice work rebem, if a newb doesn't take this set up I will, it is the same as mine and would be a handy back up, I would prefer it to go to someone looking for the first roasting set up though.
    It's yours Noonar. PM'd. :-)

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    Many thanks to Rebem (and Noonar) for allowing me to be the new owner of this wonderful corretto set. This came at the right time as I was just considering an upgrade from my popper. I've already ordered a k-type thermocouple (intended for use on the popper) but will soon head to Bunnings for a heat gun.

    Love my coffee, glad to have found Coffeesnobs & can't wait to begin my Corretto roasting journey

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    My pleasure ExeCof - great to see it go to a good home and nice of Noonar to step to the side to let a new Corretto experience develop.

    Enjoy!

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