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Ceado E92 Age?

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Is there anyway on the ceados you can tell their age? I'm looking at one at the minute that seems a bargain but something's telling me it's not as new as they're making out (or I'm becoming a super cynic :)

 

Thanks in advance.

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Thanks, but I'd like to get what I'm paying for. I wouldn't pay the same for a car with the same mileage and 4 years difference in age chief.

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What is it that's telling you it's not as new as they say, or do you have a link?


ACS Vesuvius DBPP, Izzo Duetto DB, Minima DB, Lelit Bianca Prototype DB (paddle flow control) BTC Machines: Roasters: Amazon Dalian 1kg Drum Roaster, other failed roasters: Grinders: Ceado E92, Niche US and UK: 145kg assorted greens: My reviews at https://coffeeequipmentreviews.wordpress.com/

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I'm sure someone will correct me if I am wrong but I think that the E92 has only been around since late 2013/early 2014, so unlikely to be much more than three years old even if early adopter.


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Cheers @DavecUK they've told me it's from a shop doing 50-70 coffees a day and a year old from new (not new to them :) however a pic showed the counter at 170k if that's in a year they're doing 470+ a day not 50-70

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Cheers @DavecUK they've told me it's from a shop doing 50-70 coffees a day and a year old from new (not new to them :) however a pic showed the counter at 170k if that's in a year they're doing 470+ a day not 50-70

 

remember it counts a shot every time the button is pressed, 1s 4s 20s, so frequent little top ups, empty presses etc.. all add to the shot counter. Although, even with a main shot and 3 little top ups to get the amount right, that's still a lot of coffees per day! If you assume 200 coffees per day, that's 2Kg per day for 365 days, max of 700kg. To be honest the burrs would still have 400+kg left in them and the motor is so well made it will last your lifetime. Certainly even 700kg is a walk in the park for that grinder. it depends on what they are asking for it...how much is it?


ACS Vesuvius DBPP, Izzo Duetto DB, Minima DB, Lelit Bianca Prototype DB (paddle flow control) BTC Machines: Roasters: Amazon Dalian 1kg Drum Roaster, other failed roasters: Grinders: Ceado E92, Niche US and UK: 145kg assorted greens: My reviews at https://coffeeequipmentreviews.wordpress.com/

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£720 delivered

 

That's not a bad price TBH..


ACS Vesuvius DBPP, Izzo Duetto DB, Minima DB, Lelit Bianca Prototype DB (paddle flow control) BTC Machines: Roasters: Amazon Dalian 1kg Drum Roaster, other failed roasters: Grinders: Ceado E92, Niche US and UK: 145kg assorted greens: My reviews at https://coffeeequipmentreviews.wordpress.com/

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Yeah it's not so much the use, but when you buy off a description that's not accurate it sets your mind racing :) Thanks for all the replies too. This forum never fails. /bows

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