rezz Senior Member Joined: 17 Aug 2011 Posts: 85 Location: Dallas Expertise: I live coffee
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Posted Thu Oct 11, 2012, 7:40am Subject: SOLD
I'm selling my brand new (I used it for a couple of months) Laranzato espresso machine. It is the same as the Rancilio Epoca (fully automatic version), just off brand. The boiler is 4 liters, comes with a rotary pump, must be plumbed in, and the plug is 20 amp, 110 volt. I purchased it from Craigslist from someone who was planning on opening a coffee shop, but his plans fell through. When I got it, it still had all the new tape and wrapping on it, and it will come with the original accessories box with an extra braided steel hose, portafilter, cleaning brushes, plastic tamper, measuring spoon for coffee, and original owners manual (it is very detailed- has diagrams for all plumbing and electrical).
The machine makes some great espresso, but I've upgraded to a 7 liter Astoria so have to sell this one now. I will try to get some pictures up later.
If you purchase the machine from me locally, I will give a $200 discount.
Listing Details Asking / Suggested Price: 1200 Seller Name: Roman Beyga Seller Location: Dallas, TX Sale Type: For Sale
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