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  • !!!SOLD!!! - For sale: Rancilio S24 [VIC]

    Great HX machine built like a tank, few signs of use in the stainless and knobs/switches but otherwise good, enamel is 95%, has just had a brand new steam arm installed and seals in the steam valve replaced, and the group seal is good. Parts are easy to get through coffeeparts.

    Single and double spout portafilters
    Sproline Vortex 3 hole steam tip, AFAIK normally not available for these but someone made a custom run for Rancilio
    Regular unused 3 hole tip
    Spare group seal

    Boiler: 4 liter welded copper boiler with welded heat exchanger. Automatic boiler water level, anti-syphon valve
    Gauges: 2" diameter boiler pressure gauge
    Pump: Vibe
    Safety/Thermostats: Safety thermostat for boiler element with reset, Adjustable pressurestat, Boiler pressure safety valve
    Bodywork: Baydur baked enamel on die-cast aluminum over iron-frame/ stainless steel
    Dimensions: 610mm H x 200mm W x 390mm D (18" H x 14" W x 20" D)
    Weight: 42 Kg. (93 Lbs.)
    Power: 1700 Watts

    Price $950 (Negotiable if you dont want the Vortex steam tip)

    Located Hoppers Crossing [VIC], I can deliver around Melbourne metro

    Last edited by Javaphile; 19 August 2012, 06:18 PM. Reason: Item(s) have been sold

  • #2
    any reason for the sale?? She looks amazing...especially for that price!


    • #3
      I've been out of work for 6 months, espressos and lattes are dropping quickly on the priority list


      • #4
        you've certainly caught my attention!

        A couple more things though: she doesn't need to be plumbed in, right?
        And is it a regular power cord, or one of the special 15 amp plugs?


        • #5
          Yes its a tank around 2L volume, and the intake hose has a refreshable water softener. The power plug is regular.


          • #6
            I just Pm'd you.


            • #7
              Machine is now with its new owner, thanks Coffeesnobs and aaron!