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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

    Gene Cafe Coffee Roaster $850 - Free Beans Free Freight
    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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