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The La Pav looks in good nick, not a professional though so I think £500 is a bit steep. Wouldn't pay more than £300 imho. The grinder isn't that great.

Suffice to say, £300 is the most I'd ever pay for a machine again :classic_laugh:

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19 minutes ago, Cooffe said:

The La Pav looks in good nick, not a professional though so I think £500 is a bit steep. Wouldn't pay more than £300 imho. The grinder isn't that great.

Suffice to say, £300 is the most I'd ever pay for a machine again :classic_laugh:

😂 don't blame you!

I'm absolutely gutted, I just lost a clean Isomac Millennium II for £340 this morning 😭. (Turned a couple of terrible machines down too - looked like they've been used in a swamp by an ape).

Oh well, I'll keep looking in the hope something will turn up... it has to - your story gives me hope!

 

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I paid £200 for my Pav a couple of weeks back, it's old but in mint condition.8e4cfcd52690936f9e4aad57e1237246.jpg

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Gear:   Gaggia Classic, La Pavoni Euopiccola, Niche zero grinder.

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I paid £200 for my Pav a couple of weeks back, it's old but in mint condition.8e4cfcd52690936f9e4aad57e1237246.jpg

 

Man, wipe off dry that water on the drip tray before it rusts!

 

Nice machine!

 

 

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Dont worry, it gets wiped and dried after each use.

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Gear:   Gaggia Classic, La Pavoni Euopiccola, Niche zero grinder.

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