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#11: Post by Compass Coffee »

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Hey fits right in with coffee and Mysore Nuggets Extra Bold!
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#12: Post by baldheadracing »

Perhaps consider handle-side up - like (tobacco) pipe stands/holders. That way one could put away the portafilter wet.

Myself, I use plastic bowls meant for baked potatoes to hold portafilters, and silicone cupcake molds to hold baskets...
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#13: Post by chuckcoffee (original poster) »

Perhaps consider handle-side up - like (tobacco) pipe stands/holders. That way one could put away the portafilter wet.

Hmm.. ok. I'll try another mockup. Good point on the portafilter draining when wet.

As well here was another setup I saw through Pinterest. Image came from Macintyre Coffee in London. I'm thinking I could do something similar but wall mounted.