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  1. Not that you offered, and in the interests of transparency... but if you would sell the Titus BC separately- I would be interested. If not, consider this a free bump and good luck! Andy
  2. Do you mean the bite point is now very high? I have never had that with my Cafelat I dont think (I might have written the opposite though- I cant remember!). I do have a few drips now coming from my seals, but performance is spot on and so I'm leaving it well alone. Biting point still at 10 oclock and all seems to work well. The reason I changed from Londinium to Cafelat was that, even with greasing etc, the Londinioum ones seemed to dry up and start slipping after 6 months- to me that is unacceprtable. I must be 2 years into the Cafelat and no slippage (although there is a slight drip once every 15 minutes I would guess.
  3. Sold to a lovely chap off the forum. Thank you everybody,
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    That is really up for debate. I much prefer the cafelat seals but they did take a while to bed in for some reason. The Londinium ones fit better but they're made of rubber and can dry out. Pretty simple to change whichever way you go. Andy
  5. Yes! Apologies for delayed response- new baby forces little spare time! any questions- let me know! Andy
  6. That is exactly what i wanted/did not want to hear! ? Andy (busy doing some research on these fine machines...)
  7. I really really like these. What are they like to live with day to day?
  8. Thanks for your post and questions. I realise this isn't the greatest for sale advert for which I apologise. I don't have anything to hide- so please feel free to ask any questions! Yes- all limited edition (LE) EK43LE were produced in 2016 I believe of which this is one. They are relatively rare and hold a smaller (narrower) footprint than the newer EK43S. The burrs I believe are original- I would be more suspicious if they were not! I would guess they have about another 10 years of domestic use left on them- they really are still very new for only being a home grinder. Differences between EK43 and EK43LE I am uncertain of. I believe the EK43LE was the first EK to have the revised burr carrier, and perhaps even the 'new coffee burrs'. The alignment on my model is amazingly straight- again, there are rumours that the EK43LE (and maybe other variants since) are better aligned from new. I did plenty of searching before buying this one and so hopefully you can find the same informaiton as I did. Thanks, Andy
  9. Hello everyone! I've been the owner of this for about 18 months now and loved every moment of having it. I just need to free up some money for other life events. I'm selling it with all original parts, but I'll also throw in free of charge; Titus titanium 'knob', Titus 'dial', and a 3fe black dial. These Titus parts cost me way too much and after taking the grinder apart for a final clean I dropped the titanium knob of the concrete floor and it is now scratched- hence why it is 'free' as part of this sale. Condition; it's in really air condition. I'm a perfectionist and it does have a few scratches on it (see photos). For that reason, I would very much someone to view in person so they are happy with it and can take it away themselves in person. It works PERFECTLY. Have recently re-alined burrs with Titus tool and produces the most amazing espresso and filter ground coffee. PRICE: Keeny priced at £1800 collection only from Newcastle Upon Tyne. (I travel to Edinburgh a fair bit, and occasionally down in the Midlands (Warwick)). I'm not too sure how to share photos direct to this post, but I've put together a little album here... https://photos.google.com/share/AF1QipOi3qfxD-u-fqCBLfNQF7-40QH6RyFWKclZMMa_qvpxGWqmfXfY51p_AByB9oBkUQ?key=QUdhelpXZ1oyci1UWEswRFg1U3BzU0dZdzNhbklB Thanks Andy
  10. On the odd chance that somebody has bought one or acquired one and doesn't use it. I'm single dosing with great success, but it can be tedious at times and would like to give one a go! Let me know what you've got or I would also welcome opinions from home users with them! Thanks Andrew
  11. Honestly- yes. It's hard work though and takes a bit of the enjoyment out of it. Perfect grinder for our over or courser grinding (e.g. Aeropress at work, etc). Great buy at a great price if you ask me (you didnt!) Andy
  12. I think it means "I would like to build my post-count"
  13. Does anyone have one collecting dust? Fancy giving pour over a go this year.. Andy;)
  14. arellim

    Londinium R

    Bargain price if you ask me! Great deal for all! Andy
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