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    Winner for the "Mine is Bigger than Yours" grinder contest

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    Saw this on NZs trademe tonight, overkill for home use ya think



    From the Ad

    It is a No 26 GRANULATOR made in New York.There is a 5 page detailed copy of how it operates. It capacity is 500 lbs per hour.It weighs around 750 Kgs. overall it is 1300 mm x 720 mm x 1700 mm tall. 3HP 3 phase motor runs it.
    It has a heap of grade size settings.


    Could go in grinders section, but it seems a little OT in reality

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    Re: Winner for the "Mine is Bigger than Yours" grinder contest

    Could be overkill...but then again... ;D

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    Re: Winner for the "Mine is Bigger than Yours" grinder contest

    I think you should buy Senator

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    Re: Winner for the "Mine is Bigger than Yours" grinder contest

    How big an espresso machine do you match it with?

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    Re: Winner for the "Mine is Bigger than Yours" grinder contest

    I had a laugh That is just awesome



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