Old set up2013-12-21 13.34.44.jpg
I was the same and it's a great change. My very own shrine!
Profitec Pro 500, Eureka Mignon grinder and Breville Smart Grinder (previously paired with BES900 (now relegated to Aero Press duties)
I've claimed squatters rights to "coffee corner", but am having trouble evicting the final tenant. The knife block has to go!
As much as I love my pump driven bfc, with it's consistent and predictable temperature and pressure, after 50-60 hours standing under a droning commercial kitchen exhaust fan, it's good to go out to the shed on a Sunday night for a nice QUIET cuppa!
Last edited by ArtW; 22nd August 2016 at 12:22 PM. Reason: spelling
My Pro 500 decked out with some new wood
Great suggestion dodgy x!
Just upgraded to a bz10 courtesy of Paul from dodgy x. Loving it
Caught the old upgraditis this week, so went and got some Rocket medicine called R60V. All better now.
You people are killing me here
Thanks to Paul from dodgy x
Now if only I could work out how to actually put the picture in
I picked up a dirty old Gaggia Classic for $60 recently. It had been in storage for 2 years with the PF in place.....WITH COFFEE STILL IN IT!! Seriously, what's wrong with people. Anyway it took some work to detach the dispersion disc from the group head (that involved a bench vice and a rubber mallet), but I got there eventually. Thankfully the rest of the machine is in great nick and has cleaned up nicely after a full rebuild that included an OPV adjustment and steam wand upgrade. It's currently my home machine while my Brugnetti is at the service centre.
That annoys me to, people that don't look after things.
G'Day fellow coffee snobs, first post and long time lurker, thought I'd post a pic of my machine and accessories. Been making coffee for while at home as my first machine was a ECM Giotto around 15 years ago and only now updated to a ECM Elektronika Profi 2. Plus had the ECM Best grinder with my original Giotto purchase and will likely update next year? Any grinders recommendation are welcome
Last edited by MFR; 5th September 2016 at 06:36 PM.
Bump for more pics
Hey MFR, looks like a real sweet setup, but is it me or is that attached pic real small size? Would like to see your set up properly
Using an image hosting site to put pics on which are then linked to from here is generally a poor option as when the pic is removed for whatever reason (It ages out, the company goes bust, whatever....) it then becomes unavailable here. Which is why it is much preferred for people to attach their pictures here, which MFR can do after making a few more posts. That way the picture will always be viewable on the site.
Java "Do not track" phile
Toys! I must have new toys!!!