Posted Tue Jul 31, 2012, 6:09pm Subject: Re: Can any nut roaster be used for coffee?
I'm still using the Behmor I bought when they first went on sale. Far enough into the distant past that I don't remember when that was. I'll replace it when the lamps burn out--I suspect that by then other bits will be close to MTBF as well.
Looks like either the bemor or the gene then.
Is it true that these things (any roaster) have a service life of only a few years? seems a bit low.
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