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    Bullet

    Went all in from behmor to bullet. Fantastic roaster!
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    Looks great. I'm looking forward to when these are more widely available. Hope yours is going well.
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    Looks neat in a kitchen
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    We're still gonna be waiting a while
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    It's worth the wait! But not for newbies, so much to control that you have to be on top all the time

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    How does it goes indoors? Not too much smoke?
    I'd be in heaven with a roaster like that! All the automation and flexibility out of the box that can fit on your bench, nirvana!

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    Looking forward to all that control - the most frustrating part about home-roasting for me is the lack of (repeatable) control! There were quite a number of people in the FB group thinking it would be the perfect home solution, and realising its a bit too hard... and selling up. Alas, all 120V American buyers.

    thewpguy - it doesn't have smoke suppressing (like Behmor) so you'll get all the smoke your beans will offer - the only way you can do it inside is with proper venting/extraction - for which there are now plenty of tips and guides online. The suggestion was that you could do it with a stovetop extractor fan - but my hunch is unless its really powerful, things will get smokey.

    The automation is only as good as your best manual roast - it doesn't come with any preprogramming, the roast-replay feature is just that. However the preheating PID feature and various other things are excellent.

    I honestly cannot wait to have one of these in my hands.
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    There is a big database of roasts in a program called profiletool, that can be run on any computer/laptop. Here you can see about 400 roasts uploaded by bullet owners aruond the world with graphs, settings and bean. Great inspiration.
    http://www.hjelmstrand.dk/profiletool/
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    The downside is that you still need to 'normalise' the uploaded graphs to your own Bullet, by all accounts the (totally expected) relative nature of probe readings per bullet needs to be taken into account. But, a good resource nonetheless!

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    Behmor Coffee Roaster
    Roasted with my computer and the aillio software. Did 3 back to back roasts of 500 gr. First crack between 10-12 minuttes
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