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    Automatic Dripper Machine

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    I had a look at OXO On 9 https://www.oxo.com/oxo-on-9-cup-coffee-maker

    Wondering if we have something similar here in Australia?

    I currently have sunbeam em7000 but trying to downsize and switch to something smaller and simpler for everyone including my wife .

    Can you please recommend.

    Thanks!

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    Quote Originally Posted by caffaddict View Post
    I had a look at OXO On 9 https://www.oxo.com/oxo-on-9-cup-coffee-maker

    Wondering if we have something similar here in Australia?
    Sure do: CoffeeSnobs - BeanBay - Other Stuff - Behmor Brazen Plus - Coffee Brewer


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    Hi caffaddict

    The Brazen that Javaphile mentioned does a really good job and is simple to use. I use it at work now to try to tempt some of the staff away from their instant coffee muck.

    1. Fill the Brazen with filtered tap water to the desired level
    2. Grind coffee and place coffee in the Brazen basket (amount of coffee to suitable recipe)
    3. One button to Switch on Brazen (or a few more to set it up to go automagically at specific time of day)
    4. Press Start button on Brazen

    After about 6 minutes you have a pot of very tasty drip coffee.

    Like the OXO, it's got the Specialty Coffee Association of America tick of approval too Specialty Coffee Association of America

    What are you waiting for? Go buy one and get brewing! :-)

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    Wow. Thats great looking machine. Will look into the video in operation etc. Is there anything around the 100-150$ mark?

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    Quote Originally Posted by caffaddict View Post
    Is there anything around the 100-150$ mark?
    Possibly a preloved one if someone's crazy enough to sell one? So far, I know of only one sold 2nd hand. They're that good.
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    i seen couple of the videos about brazen, looks really great.
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    Quote Originally Posted by caffaddict View Post
    i seen couple of the videos about brazen, looks really great.
    I have a Technivorm Moccamaster which has the approval of the specialty coffee associations of Europe and America. They are expensive, but are a high quality machine designed to last. There's plenty of reviews on youtube to check out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by cdhjrf View Post
    I have a Technivorm Moccamaster which has the approval of the specialty coffee associations of Europe and America. They are expensive, but are a high quality machine designed to last. There's plenty of reviews on youtube to check out.
    Dangg!!! $500 approx in AUD. Dont know if my wife approve haha.
    Lots of great videos and reviews though. So simple to use too

    Know any other that doesnt break a bank? Around 150-200?

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    You can get them around $400-430 new, but occasionally you may see a second hand one come up in your price range. Unfortunately that doesn't happen very often though...

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    If you're interested I can check to see if someone I know in WA is wanting to sell?
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    You could also look at the Bonavita coffee brewer. They seem to have good reviews and I think that have the specialty coffee association approval.
    That could be closer to your price point

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    sure, wouldnt hurt to know. thanks in advance!

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    it seems they are too also on the expensive side. seems that Behmor Brazen Plus is the cheapest options $250 including postage.
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    Don't know about cheap, terrific value might be a better way to put it...

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    haha, now i need to sell my em7000 first before getting brazen, while waiting more posters to give some suggestions

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    Automatic Dripper Machine

    Do you have any children? You could possibly train them to be automatic drippers.

    In saying that I've tried with my kids and milk frothing for their own hot chocolates is where their interest stopped :-)

    YMMV

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    Quote Originally Posted by matth3wh View Post
    Do you have any children? You could possibly train them to be automatic drippers.

    In saying that I've tried with my kids and milk frothing for their own hot chocolates is where their interest stopped :-)

    YMMV
    i do have an 11 months old baby
    turn my baby into automatic drippers? how? im intrigued :P



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