Posted Tue May 13, 2014, 6:42am Subject: WTB: entry level HX or Double Boiler machine (BOSTON, MA)
Long time listener, first time caller!
I'm in Boston and am looking to buy my first espresso machine. I'd rather not have something shipped, so please respond if you're local and have something for sale. I've been searching craigslist pretty regularly for a year or so and have had no luck.
I'd like to spend < $1,500.
Listing Details Asking / Suggested Price: 1 Seller Name: Tyler K Seller Location: Boston Sale Type: Wanted to Buy
beegoode Senior Member Joined: 18 Mar 2010 Posts: 19 Location: New Jersey Expertise: I live coffee
Espresso: Vibiemme Jr. HX & Olympia... Grinder: Rocky Drip: Chemex
Posted Tue May 13, 2014, 8:41am Subject: Re: WTB: entry level HX or Double Boiler machine (BOSTON, MA)
I have a Vibiemme Jr HX for sale. Purchased new from 1st Line Equipment in April 2010 for home use. Looking to trade up to a bigger machine. Originally I was not going to ship but have been convinced by this forum to do so. Price is $850 + shipping/insurance). The machine is posted on this forum for sale.
Posted Tue May 13, 2014, 12:11pm Subject: Re: WTB: entry level HX or Double Boiler machine (BOSTON, MA)
Hi - I have an Isomac Millenium that is 8 or 9yrs old which I no longer use (moved to a Vetrano 2B) and am in Brookline. Steam wand gasket is starting to age so it will need to be replaced in the next year. Otherwise all is good. $500. Email me if interested. Rgds, Aaron
JMar Senior Member Joined: 17 Nov 2013 Posts: 2 Location: Boston, MA Expertise: I love coffee
Espresso: Gaggia Classic Grinder: Vario Roaster: Behmor
Posted Thu Jun 5, 2014, 3:07pm Subject: Re: WTB: entry level HX or Double Boiler machine (BOSTON, MA)
Hi - I don't mean to hijack this thread but I'm interested in that Millennium if it's still available and Tyler isn't interested. I didn't see an email address in the profile. I'm also in the Boston area. Thanks!
mschol17 Senior Member Joined: 26 May 2009 Posts: 39 Location: Grand Rapids, MI Expertise: I love coffee
Espresso: Andreja Premium, Elektra T1 Grinder: Compak K6 Vac Pot: hmmm Drip: French Press? Roaster: no
Posted Thu Jun 5, 2014, 7:11pm Subject: Re: WTB: entry level HX or Double Boiler machine (BOSTON, MA)
I will be posting a ~5 year old Andreja Premium for sale , and I can set it up for either pour-over or plumbed-in. I'm in Michigan, but I'm willing to ship. Eric's grouphead thermometer, upgraded joystick steam valve, extra LM style portafilter and a bottomless Rancilio portafilter. Plumbed in to filtered water for most of it's life. ~$900 plus shipping
Posted Fri Jun 6, 2014, 2:34am Subject: Re: WTB: entry level HX or Double Boiler machine (BOSTON, MA)
Welcome to |Coffeegeek. FYI I will be putting up a black La Spaziale Vivaldi II for sale shortly as well as a Compak K10 Fresh. I have one interested buyer already but you can be next in line if interested. Please email or pm me if you would like more info. Alternatively, I have a UNIC Pony dual boiler for sale on the forums as well. Look back a few pages or do a search. It will be half the cost at least of the Vivaldi.
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