Coffee roaster price differences

brewer3401

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I got a quote for the SF-6 LB of $ 10,500
I see a 22 pound Toper for $ 11,697

I'm looking for a "smallish" roaster.

Is the SF that much better of a unit than Toper ?

Thanks for your help
 

Jim Mckenzie

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This is a great question, I believe you will get a lot of information just reaching out to people that have roasted on these specific roasters. What I have found is that every roaster (even if they are the same make and model) have their own personality. I am also a firm believer in "you pay for what you get" or "pay me now or pay me later".
 
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brewer3401

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Thanks for the info.

After a couple (few) months deciding on a grinder, I pulled the trigger on the Mini Mazzer.

Illy had it with 2 tins of coffee and free shipping for $ 430.00

I now wil not have to upgrade my grinder.
 

Toper

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izmir / Turkey
brewer3401 said:
I got a quote for the SF-6 LB of $ 10,500
I see a 22 pound Toper for $ 11,697

I'm looking for a "smallish" roaster.

Is the SF that much better of a unit than Toper ?

Thanks for your help

The price for 22 pound machine is cheaper than you know.Please contact with us to have up to date prices.
 

Temuri

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Tbilisi Georgia
Less expensive less quality.
Would any toper guys want me to talk about their product/service quality?

I ... ok wait a little bit more again.
 

trbb

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Cost of a Coffee bean Roaster

Hi,

Just as an alternative - there is a commercial fully automatic smokeless coffee bean roaster suitable for coffee houses who want to roast in-house for around $14,000.

6lbs (2.5Kg) requires 3-ohase electric, has on-board water and looks good.

Check out The Roasted Bean Boutique Coffee Bean Roasting Machine System
 

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