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    Fiorenzato f64 evo

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    I recently got a good deal on a Fiorenzato f64 evo, there is not a lot of info on them, stats seem to be similar to the Mazzer Super Jolly, if anyone knows anything more please do tell. So far enjoying 18g in 4 seconds, consistent fluffy grinds and beautiful channel-less pours.
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    Nice looking pair, the only thing I heard people complained about this grinder is that after some usage the touch screen tend to be not so responsive. I personally would prefer mechanical switch/button for the longevity

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    Nice setup, what's that coffee machine?

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    Looks like an Olympia Cremina, so compact

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharkroman View Post
    Looks like an Olympia Cremina, so compact
    Yes, it's a Cremina (old model)

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    So far the touch screen has worked well, I guess Iíll worry about it when it comes to it, for $500 i couldnít pass it up. The Cremina is from 1991 and has been olí faithful, seems to ward off upgraditis. Other than the occasional musing of a commercial lever, but not being able to plumb in keeps those wild thoughts at bay...



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