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yiannis550
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Posted Tue Apr 29, 2014, 12:11am
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Hi guys!

I am from Cyprus, looking to buy some espresso equipment and while searching for online shops that ship internationally, I came up across one in Poland which has some crazy low prices.

http://www.jeleniacoffee.com/

Do you know anything about it? I am tempted to get a Rocket Giotto evo v2 and maybe a Compak-8 grinder from there but I am skeptical.

Let me know if anybody knows about them!
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Posted Tue Apr 29, 2014, 7:02am
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This site might also be fake. "Crazy low prices", as you say, are good reasons to be skeptical. I would stick with known and reputable dealers.
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Posted Tue Apr 29, 2014, 7:18am
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There have been many discussions about espresso equipment sites that are 'too good to be true"..

Cavet Emptor! {;-)

 
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