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  • First Pic of the 1 group Slayer!

    Here is the official first picture of the 1 group Slayer heading to Melbourne for MICE!




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  • #2
    Mmmmm..... very tasty

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    • #3
      Looks the beast Tony.

      Not sure what application a one group Slayer would belong to...

      I can only imagine it is designed for a serious home enthusiast.

      Can't even see it being used in a low volume espresso bar.
      A two group would be a minimum if a jumbo latte is required.

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      • #4
        I think the 1 group Slayer is destined for:

        1. Home users with too many spare dollars and want a great toy (and serious bragging rights)
        2. Roasters that want to develop blends for use on their customers 3 group Slayers.

        As the cheap Slayer offer, I expect that #2 will account for most of the future one group Slayer sales.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by Andy View Post
          I think the 1 group Slayer is destined for:

          1. Home users with too many spare dollars and want a great toy (and serious bragging rights)
          Just have to win Lotto tomorrow.

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          • #6
            looks nice, like the red (unless thats protective coating on the steel lol)

            kinda reminds me of an LM GS3, but with wood trim

            I think Andy is spot on the money as to where most of these will end up, I almost balked at the cost of my rocky / silvia 5 years ago, i'd be too scared to use this if I ever acquired one...

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            • #7
              lucky for me i dont like the look of it.

              I'll hang for the kees van de western.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by brettreaby View Post
                lucky for me i dont like the look of it.
                I have to agree--it's not pushing any of my buttons either.

                I'll stick with my Izzo Pompei.

                Greg

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                • #9
                  It's not exactly my cup of tea either, however, if someone were to drop one on my bench as a gift I'm sure I would come to appreciate it in time.

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                  • #10
                    Love the Slayer aesthetic. Ive seen a green copper one. Looked brilliant.

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                    • #11
                      If I were buying on looks alone I would have to go with the KVW Speedster Google Image Result for http://www.keesvanderwesten.com/news/speedster2/Speedster-rood-geel-1.jpg the Slayer looks a little industrial, of course it's probably a wolf in sheep's clothing.

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                      • #12
                        Yep Izzo Pompei is the next move in my stable after the Alex DB...

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                        • #13
                          I'm with you Jonty!

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                          • #14
                            I'd have one in a heartbeat if I had heaps of cash. Not likely to happen though.

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Andy View Post
                              I think the 1 group Slayer is destined for:

                              1. Home users with too many spare dollars and want a great toy (and serious bragging rights)
                              2. Roasters that want to develop blends for use on their customers 3 group Slayers.

                              As the cheap Slayer offer, I expect that #2 will account for most of the future one group Slayer sales.
                              I expect you will be using that justification to get one Andy

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