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hi there i am looking for a spring lever machine and was wondering if anyone could help or recomend one of these three machines at the minute i would not have the budget for the londinium LR  but would it be worth holding on for until the end of the year 

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@Beans 97 if you are interested and can wait i will most likely be selling my LR currently (1 month old currently) as i bought it to get me through lockdown and as an experiment. Not exactly sure when but once i move back to my flat and GS3.

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I have also been running an LR in lockdown for a little over 3 months and am considering a Slayer for my sins. I love the LR but I have an itch I may have to scratch. @Beans 97 PM me if you are still looking and considering an LR. 

I definitely want a lever in my life and the experience has taught me how much I like to experiment. The adjustable PI has been great with the light roasts. So I'm planning how to have a pump machine and a lever in the kitchen, one of them has to be smaller!

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