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  1. For me it's not as good as it used to be. I've never used tap talk, just the website on my iPad which now takes ages to upload and often freezes. I spend a lot less time reading the forum and posting but there seems to be a lot fewer posts than before.
  2. Great purchase. I really like the look of this machine and probably traveling the past few days stopped me pulling the trigger. The wife would not have been happy if I bought another lever before getting rid if a few first.
  3. @coffeechap How does this compare to a Pavoni for making espresso?
  4. Fair enough, I'm now back. Thanks
  5. Yes they'll probably have to stretch the budget a bit for a decent used one.
  6. Ceado E37 will be a lot smaller and still offer 83mm flat burs.
  7. Hi @coffeechap did you post the basket? Thanks
  8. No one else on the forum has to justify their purchases so I don't see why you should have to. You bought a great machine at below market price and worse case you should need to sell it you're unlikely to lose anything. Sounds like you have your head well screwed on.
  9. I don't think it will be stolen I was jokingly more implying drunken behaviour. It's a beautiful machine!
  10. If anyone is looking to order coffee I highly recommend trying this Rawandan from Horsham. I originally bought it when I was in the uk for my aeropress which I really enjoyed. I had some left over so when I got back to France I used it with the Pavoni and it makes a great espresso with orange and caramel notes. With forum discount it's only £18 a kilo which makes it the best value coffee I've ever bought but regardless of price it's one of the best coffees I've had in a long time. https://www.horshamcoffeeroaster.co.uk/products/pioneer
  11. Very nice! Brave taking it to university with you, as a landlord of student houses I would suggest keeping it in the crate.
  12. If the element works I think between £100-£125
  13. Changing your coffee machine won't change the process especially if you like lighter roasts which are less forgiving. You still need to dial in the beans and weigh in and out. For 1-3 coffees a day you have the perfect machine (maybe not with a broken arm). Upgrade your grinder and you'll notice a major difference.
  14. Previously on threads like this most posts mentioned the EK so it's surprising that 20ish posts in on this I was the first to mention it. Now it's all about the Niche. Ive never seen or used a monolith flat so besides size, it would be interesting to see what it offers over the EK or other large flats like R120.
  15. Why have EK's fallen out of fashion? If my Niche broke and I could stretch my budget I would have the EK with the shorter legs.
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