[FS] Londinium LR24 + extras (Belgium - EU)

Used espresso or coffee stuff you hope to sell or buy.
rapha

#1: Post by rapha »

I am selling my beautiful Londinium R24 lever espresso machine, in new condition, purchased in April 2022 and used only with Volvic water.
Sold with the original packaging, in perfect working order and still under warranty. Several extras are sold with the machine:

- 2 additional wood handles (for the portafilter or for the lever)
- I replaced the original showerscreen with a 35mm IMS one (from Londinium)
- Loxeal 55-03 (for sealing of the screws/bolts if the boiler if it needs to be changed one day)
- Loxeal No.4 silicone grease (to lubricate the piston seals)
- 3 extra seals for the grouphead (I placed a Cafelat one in silicone on the machine)
- an IMS Precision basket 18-20g (B702TFH26)
- an extra water tank, never used
- an additional cover for the tank, never used (still with protective film)
- an extra drip tray
- a Matrix showerscreen
- Londinium tamping mat

The machine has been very lightly used (1 to 3 espresso per day), no scratches, all the wooden parts have been maintained with several coats of tung oil (to be done every year). I'm parting with it only because I need a more portable machine.

For more transparency, here are the cost for a new unit in Europe + the extras:

- Machine + tax: 4224 euros
- Loxeal No.4: 31 euros (excl. VAT)
- IMS basket: 14.74 euros (excl. VAT)
- IMS showerscreen: 14.74 euros (excl. VAT)
- Loxeal 55-03: 10 euros (excl. VAT)
- 3x Viton group seal: 9 euros (excl. VAT)
- Extra water tank: 21.8 euros (excl. VAT)
- 2 extra wooden handles (wenge): 66 euros (excl. VAT)

I would like to sell it for 3500 euros, which represents a gain of more than 620 euros (that's without even counting the extras) for the person who would like to buy this machine. I'm in Brussels, Belgium and can arrange shipping at buyer's cost but that might be really expensive depending on the destination.
















rapha (original poster)

#2: Post by rapha (original poster) »

Price drop