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Cunill Tranquilo Doserless Grinder - £150


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Rebadged, no box.

Grinder works great.

Great for a first espresso grinder!

Looking for £150

Slight cosmetic damage. As you can see in the picture, plastic piece on right hand side (grinder side) falling off, can be fixed easily or taken off completely, does not alter function in any way.

 

Used for 2 years. 1 year 10 months in a commercial setting (bought from someone else initially). 2 months in the home setting (1-2 espressos a day).

 

Selling as wanting to go in the single dosing route to reduce coffee wastage, especially as I have now bought parts for brewing single shots.

 

Can send videos of use

 

Will be wiped down with antibacterial wipes before handing over.

 

Can deliver for petrol cost.

 

All interactions will be in accordance with government guidelines.

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This is the product -

https://www.cunill.com/cafe/detalle_producto.php?idColeccio=2&idSubcoleccio=8#.Xs4PjC94WfA

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No disrespect, but if you can't be bothered to clean it no one is going to be interested

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LR, ZM

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2 minutes ago, Fez said:

No disrespect, but if you can't be bothered to clean it no one is going to be interested

Not an issue, will be cleaned before buyer picks up!

pictures were to show burr condition more than anything.

Will be in use till its bought.

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Please let me know if theres anything else I can do!

Havent sold a grinder before so I maybe a little bit naive as to what people are looking for

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8 minutes ago, matted said:

Also to point out antibacterial wipes dont kill viruses. They kill bacteria at best.

https://patient.info/news-and-features/covid-19-do-you-need-to-disinfect-your-home 

Well no, the article says that at best, they do kill viruses. Depends on the type of disinfectant within the product.  

Good read however, thank you!

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