Used or new espresso machine? - Page 2

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goalerjones

#11: Post by goalerjones »

redbone wrote:Further buy as local as possible if new.
I live in San Diego, not any sellers of higher end espresso machines here unfortunately. Plus sales tax here is ridiculous so WLL, and Clive Coffee having no tax is appealing.

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Almico
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#12: Post by Almico »

goalerjones wrote:I don't have enough cabinet space for the Londinium.
I didn't either, but since I wasn't plumbing it, a small cart can be placed anywhere.

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goalerjones

#13: Post by goalerjones »

Almico wrote:I didn't either, but since I wasn't plumbing it, a small cart can be placed anywhere.

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I will be placing a cabinet like that and we have a nice wide space between the pantry and the garage.

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#14: Post by Headala »

Almico wrote:I didn't either, but since I wasn't plumbing it, a small cart can be placed anywhere.

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Is that grinder for the shop or home? If the former, you might need a bigger kitchen :D

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#15: Post by Almico » replying to Headala »

The Compak is patiently awaiting it's new home at the bar, as is the K10. There is a MonoCon in it's place now.