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Thread: !!!SOLD!!! - FS [Brisbane]Rocket Giotto Premium Plus Series and Compak K3 Touch Grind

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    !!!SOLD!!! - FS [Brisbane]Rocket Giotto Premium Plus Series and Compak K3 Touch Grind

    Both items purchased from Talk Coffee in 2009 with 2009 built date on both.
    Last serviced back in 2014 and had replaced pressure stat & heating element plus got descaled too.
    After the servicing only used for over year and switch over to pods.
    I still run a few cycle of filtered water through the machine every few months.

    In excellent condition and in perfect working condition, just need a wipe.

    The Rocket Giotto come with all accessories/manual and the original box.
    Steam nozzle is a one hole, but have the original 2 holes.
    There a new shower screen and seal too. Will include the Rocket Tapper too and what in the photos.

    I prefer pickup as you can inspect and demo too.

    $1500 for the a lot and price is firm.

    Please PM if interested.
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    Nice looking machine. Just as a matter of interest what killed the heating element and what did the element replacement cost? Cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by ozscott View Post
    Nice looking machine. Just as a matter of interest what killed the heating element and what did the element replacement cost? Cheers
    Not sure but at service they replace it for $100, this was a few year ago.

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    SOLD now
    Thanks everyone
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