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I don’t think it’s for both. For both, maybe a fair price, but personally I wouldn’t pay that. The Rocky is an antiquated grinder and maybe worth sub £100. Machine alone, in a good condition, maybe I’d pay £180 - £200 max.


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Ah thought it was for both, thanks for letting me know I'll look for a better deal


Sorry for being direct, but, that’s what’s written in the advert description is it not?


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Sorry for being direct, but, that’s what’s written in the advert description is it not?

 

 

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Looks like he has multiple listings though the price for I buying them together (£460) is more than buying separately £250 + £180. 

 

 


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14 hours ago, FreshPots said:

There are no details of age of the machine, were they the first owner, of not when did they acquire it. They have not bothered even to clean it for photos and it looks a bit unloved. Who serviced it and what was done, can they show receipts..Don't be too keen to buy as in my experience limited information is limited for a reason.


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