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Have a budget of £200 and want a classical grinder - can be used -  that will work with a Alex Duetto 2.

- stepless

-without a bin

-good looking

-stable grinding

As well as the place where to buy one from. Thank you!

 

 

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4 minutes ago, Rollercoaster said:

Have a budget of £200 and want a classical grinder - can be used -  that will work with a Alex Duetto 2.

- stepless

-without a bin

-good looking

-stable grinding

As well as the place where to buy one from. Thank you!

 

 

probably here...

 

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You may be able to find a 2nd hand ex-commercial grinder within your budget. Especially if you're willing to collect.


Laissez les bons temps rouler

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4 minutes ago, ashcroc said:

You may be able to find a 2nd hand ex-commercial grinder within your budget. Especially if you're willing to collect.

you missed some of his key criteria there...

Good Looking & Doserless, oh and 200 quid, which needs to include a budget for new burrs I would think ;) However, I'm sure someone will leap in and provide a solution.....

 

P.S. I suspect he might have had visions of a brand new grinder...but forgot to mention it.

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you missed some of his key criteria there...
Good Looking & Doserless, oh and 200 quid, which needs to include a budget for new burrs I would think However, I'm sure someone will leap in and provide a solution.....
 
P.S. I suspect he might have had visions of a brand new grinder...but forgot to mention it.
I never said it would be easy! The odd bargain does pop up from time to time though.
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28 minutes ago, ashcroc said:
31 minutes ago, DavecUK said:
you missed some of his key criteria there...
Good Looking & Doserless, oh and 200 quid, which needs to include a budget for new burrs I would think emoji6.png However, I'm sure someone will leap in and provide a solution.....
 
P.S. I suspect he might have had visions of a brand new grinder...but forgot to mention it.

I never said it would be easy! The odd bargain does pop up from time to time though.

Especially in the LOM&H, ;) it's why I directed him there first.....hopefully to prevent any crushing disappointment at the budgets required.

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1 hour ago, Rollercoaster said:

Have a budget of £200 and want a classical grinder - can be used -  that will work with a Alex Duetto 2.

- stepless

-without a bin

-good looking

-stable grinding

As well as the place where to buy one from. Thank you!

 

 

I have a grinder that you may be interested in and I live in Bristol... I'll PM my phone number and some details

Cheers

Russell

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