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  1. This Expobar Brewtus has a bit of forum history, bought by Lord Fluff and then sold to me by Alexferdi in August 2015, i continued on only running it with ashbeck water and has been regularly back flushed. i recently descaled which was no mean feat. It's great if you're looking for a good value double boiler PID machine then this shouldn't disappoint, i am only selling as i just bought the Londinium 1 from Sharkie and a E10 compac grinder. This was given the once-over by Bella Barista where Lord fluff bought it just before he sold it and they gave it a full bill of health(2015). It also
  2. I picked up a secondhand Super Jolly and have started stripping it down to give it a thorough clean and re-paint before I start using it. I wanted to totally disassemble it to make the painting easier, and also planned to fit new bearings before putting it all back together. All was going to plan until I tried to remove the armature. I've removed the upper burr carrier, unscrewed the upper bearing cover plate, and then from the bottom of the machine, removed the four screws holding the lower bearing carrier to the casting. From the parts diagrams I have found online, it looks as though
  3. Hi all, For one reason or another, after only about 20 months of enjoyment, I'm being coerced by my *ahem* better half, into getting rid of my cherished Gaggia Classic machine and Super Jolly grinder. Gaggia is a 2010 model manufactured in Italy. Both items are in full working order, and it is an extremely reluctant sale, but at least I know these will be going to a good home. The Classic machine will come with a new steam wand attached which I was recommended to get by you good people on the forum. Also a milk jug and a lovely wooden handled tamper. The Mazzer SJ come
  4. Just stripped down my SJ to clean it, is the square chute before it joins the doser, or in my case doserless attachment, meant to retain as much as pictured below?
  5. Evening all, I picked up a Super Jolly (manual) today...very pleased as it looks in fairly good condition and got it at a decent price Pics to follow tomorrow! My first job will be to give it a clean as it's got a fair amount of old coffee in the doser/chute - will I need to take it apart to do this or is there a quicker way? Also, is there anything else that would be wise to do to get the most out of it (replacing burrs etc) although ideally I'd like to get using it asap! Cheers
  6. hello guys i am looking to swap this excellent condition SJ, for a single or double boiler espresso machine. of course I will pay the difference. the label numbers starts with 13 so I guess it’s a 2013mod but obviously had a very easy life even before I get him it looked mint and minimum used aswell. I would prefer a Rancilio Silvia or a better machine,there is something i don’t like about gaggia’s,still don’t know what and why ? I used to own a Bezzera BZ 07 so an HX machine would work even better for me as I have already temperature surfed a lot ? The Mazzer has recently fi
  7. Hi, there is a seller near me that is selling both a SJ & Major that are 5 years old and asking £260 & £275 respectively. The Major has had new burrs fitted but doesn't feature a drip tray and the SJ burrs are about a year old. Both say they've been used at home for the last year and both have a few cosmetic marks that don't concern me, it seems reasonably easy enough to have the casing repainted if I wanted to. Height in my kitchen wont be a problem, I have a spot for either Do either of these seem like a good buy? I'm struggling to understand the second hand pricing on
  8. SOLD Slightly embarrassingly I purchased this machine recently and have established that even with the small 250g hopper I have purchased ( and shall return ) this does not fit under my counter. It is in good working condition and was clean on pick up and has had only a few 1kg through it during my ownership. It was used as one of two grinders in a Cafe which recently closed. It has electrical certificate approvals valid into next month. I don't know exactly how old it is or how many KG's its run or how many shots. It has all the signs of being looked after however.
  9. Due to acquiring a Major that was too good to refuse, I am selling this beauty on. I bought it from a local cafe that was closing down, but it looks barely used. The serial number suggests it's 2011 but you simply wouldn't believe it by the condition of it. The burrs too are in great shape too and although I haven't actually even used it since purchase i have of course tested it and the results seem very good. As I bought this with every intention of keeping it, I carried out an on-demand type mod as seen in the pics. I will also include the doser parts in case you want to covert back.
  10. Hi everyone Can you help? I've got a Mazzer Super Jolly I'm thinking of selling. It's in pretty close to perfect nick, has the hopper, tray, and all the other bits and pieces intact. How much is a reasonable price to ask for it?
  11. I know it's been posted about lots before, but what's currently considered the best version of the SJ sweeper mod? I recently got my hands on a secondhand SJ for a good price. It's a big step-up from my Iberital MC2 - but straightaway I noticed the grinds retention. I've never tried modding a grinder before, but I thought this was worth giving a go. I don't want to attempt anything too difficult... preferably, I'd be leaving the bottom vanes intact as they look a pain to remove. This post looks like a simple method, but the images are no longer available so I can't quite figure it ou
  12. Super Jolly, Clean Sweep and Mr Whippy Mod, laser cut grind setting dial (not fitted yet) £200 Sensible offers considered Collection preferred from SO22 (Winchester, Hampshire) I can get a postal quote upon request
  13. Hi, Thinking of getting a Mazzer Mini timer or maybe a Super Jolly timer at a push. How do the two compare in the real world? Cheers!
  14. Just tidying up the coffee corner - and I've got four of these grinds trays - in good used condition, with usual surface scratches from use. No severe dents or anything (as many of the used ones have!). Sample photo shows one of them, below, but they're all very similar in condition. £15 + delivery each (1st Class is £1.87) Updated: TWO left now. First come, first served...
  15. Hi Newbie here. Second hand super jolly seems highly regarded for decent price vs quality here. Im someone who has 4 espressos a day. Electronic version will cost more I see. But worth it? Anyone had had any bad clumping with the doserless? Any advice wecome Thanks
  16. Mazzer Super Jolly motor back plate, unused, bought from the Espresso Shop for £19.20 plus postage. Yours for £12.50 posted. Or collect Kensington £10. https://www.theespressoshop.co.uk/en/Mazzer-Super-Jolly-Motor-Back-Plate-118x94mm---SSJ0FRA04/m-3581.aspx
  17. My Mazzer Mini doser works well, good bearings, lens hood mod so very little retention. But it's messy and I'm getting tired of a doser. I kind of have an upgrade path ready because I bought 2 cheap Mazzer SJs to play around with (haven't been delivered yet) - at least one will become on demand with some kind of mod. I'm just getting a kind of itchy upgraditis..... I'm a bit fascinated by grinders and have been researching plenty of them - have lots of pics and specs on my computer. I like the idea of bigger burrs in a small footprint - stating the bleeding' obvious here. Someone will say Nich
  18. Looking to upgrade from my old (less than trusted) gaggia mdf grinder. Now, from reading the forums for .a while I know the Mazzar SJ is a firm favourite with a lot of people, Now while i know there are plenty of mods that can be done to improve it for someone making a handful of espressos a day, i've come across 2 other doserless ones: Fiorenzato F5 E Cunill tranquilo on demand Anyone got experience of either and how they'd compare with the SJ ?
  19. Thanks to a little bit of luck, I’ve got a new grinder incoming soon. It does mean the Mazzer Super Jolly I’ve been using needs a new home. I’ve owned it since the middle of January this year, and it’s chewed around 20 kilos of beans in that time. The burrs are spotless and have barely run in. There is however a lot of history on the grinder! It was originally rebuilt by a well known forum member ‘jimbojohn’ before moving to ‘craigsailsbury’. I bought it from this thread: https://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?42336-Mazzer-Super-Jolly&p=561653#post561653 It looks ide
  20. Hi guys, For sale is my Mazzer Mini E Type A grinder, with 4 month old burrs fitted. I bought it from a user on this forum about 18 months ago, and it’s seen one or two 18g shots per day since I’ve had it, and the previous owner said they made 4-6 shots a day. It is 6 years old, and only ever used domestically. It has genuine Mazzer Super Jolly burrs, fitted 4 months ago, which are still very sharp, so the grinder can produce an excellent 18g shot in approx. 10-13 seconds, and I’ve applied SuperLube to the grind adjustment threads (as recommended by users on this forum), so the
  21. Can someone list some parts that typically need to be replaced on a Mazzer Super Jolly grinder? I live in North Africa, where I recently bought a used Mazzer SJ. It's working well, but I imagine it will need some spare parts eventually. It may have been used commercially in the past. As parts are hard to come by in my location, I'd like to buy a few spares during a trip to the U.K. in December. Thank you very much.
  22. A friend purchased a Mazzer SJ (Mestre actually) and called me to set it up for single dosing. While we were dialing it in, we discovered the grinder stalls sometimes but it doesn't seem to depend strictly on the grind setting. By stalls I mean that when we start it with beans in the hopper, I can hear the motor run but the burrs don't rotate. In one of the videos the grinder was grinding but it was very slow and the sound it was making wasn't okay. I could also feel the grinding chamber get quite toasty. What could be the reason? The burrs are new and original, if this matters.
  23. I offer for your consideration today a Mazzer SJ. Selling as I upgraded to a Ceado 37S a few months ago. While it's been fun having 2 grinders around, this has to stop before I get too used to it! For background, I bought this off eBay 2.5 years ago. It was in a messy condition externally, and was missing a few parts. However, the internals were sound and I was going to use it for single dosing anyway, so the lack of a hopper and doser lid was a non-issue. There are a few points I want to get out of the way first: No hopper, will include the camera lens hood that I've been us
  24. Hi everyone For those interested, (I know many are opting to just go for the Niche), a Mazzer Super Jolly Timer for sale. It's a 2008 one, I bought it 2.5yrs ago from another forum member so it's been mostly used for home consumption. It's seen about 30gr a coffee a day, amounting to about 27kg of coffee since I got it. Given the longevity of the burr set, it's to be replaced every 400kg but you'd have the option to if you wanted as I'm adding an extra set of burrs. It'll also come with a 3d printed small sized hopper and the original hopper. I've just upgraded (this coffee addiction has
  25. Hi all, Apologies if this is a bit of a stupid question - I'm trying to understand the dial for adjusting the grind on my (recently acquired) Super Jolly. So it obviously does work as a relative tool, but I can't imagine that these things are built with the kind of capacity for grinding exactitude that they are without the numbers on the dials having more objective reference value. There's of course plenty of documentation on this forum and elsewhere with regard to finding the "zero point" on a grinder and every unit being a bit different, but with the SJ specifically, am I right in
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