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    Modding an Oscar 2

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Hi guys, I'm all but set on getting a eureka mignon grinder (happy for alternative suggestions for sub 600 grinders) with an Oscar 2 to be fitted with an opv kit. I'm looking into a sirai pressurestat but wanted to know if this is offered to be fitted like the opv kit or would it be something I'd need to do at home? Would it be worth it? Only going to use the machine 3-5 times a day. Thanks guys

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    If you're in Sydney I have a Eureka Mignon which has been used around once a week for a year
    $300?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jatzntan View Post
    If you're in Sydney I have a Eureka Mignon which has been used around once a week for a year
    $300?
    Bugger, I'm on the sunny Coast. Would have snatched it up in a second otherwise!

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    could look into courier cost if you like?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jatzntan View Post
    could look into courier cost if you like?
    Possibly, yeah. How have you found it and why do you want to sell?

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    its not a bad little thing. Grind comes out a little clumpy but the shot it produces is nice. If you like to change beans a bit there is some adjustment required like any grinder, but easy enough to do with the timed dose

    I have a coffee shop so don't make coffee at home much anymore, hence thinking of selling it

    $20 to courier with Fastway...thought it was going to be worse!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jatzntan View Post
    its not a bad little thing. Grind comes out a little clumpy but the shot it produces is nice. If you like to change beans a bit there is some adjustment required like any grinder, but easy enough to do with the timed dose

    I have a coffee shop so don't make coffee at home much anymore, hence thinking of selling it

    $20 to courier with Fastway...thought it was going to be worse!
    Awesome. Definitely interested can let you know by mid week?

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    sure no probs



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