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    For 120 you can buy a good Mazzer SJ(64mm), and if you want you can spend additionally 20-30 pounds for mods. If you don't like mods go for Mignon (50mm). Having a mass grinder like Super Jolly is big advantage in term of burrs, spares etc.
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    Quote Originally Posted by L&R View Post
    For 120 you can buy a good Mazzer SJ(64mm), and if you want you can spend additionally 20-30 pounds for mods. If you don't like mods go for Mignon (50mm). Having a mass grinder like Super Jolly is big advantage in term of burrs, spares etc.
    £120 seems a bit cheap for a SJ, where can you pick them up for that price as in the market for one?

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    Mine was bought for that price in 9/10 condition, have an eye on gumtree and ebay.
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    good to know will keep a lookout, all the SJ's seem to be upwards of £250 closer to £150 would be happy with.

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