[Homeroast] Quest M3 Arrives, Is it worth it?

Scott Miller peechdogg at gmail.com
Tue Dec 7 08:14:57 CST 2010


That was my thinking, too. The times when lots of samples just bog me
down because I only have a single sample roaster is frustrating. Cost
of a mutli barrel sample roaster is too much for me at the moment. A
pair of QM3, I can live with and benefit from.

cheers,

Scott

On Mon, Dec 6, 2010 at 10:26 PM, miKe mcKoffee <mcKona at comcast.net> wrote:
> Scott, if it was me I'd go for a QM3. For the price of a commercial sample
> roaster you could have more than one QM3, and QM3 would afford more
> versatility (profiling control capability) versus traditional barrel sample
> roaster. Unless you're talking about something like a USRC .5k as a sample
> roaster.
>
> I'm still using a CCR HotTop as my sample roaster but would rather have two
> QM3 for what I paid for the CCR HT...or one QM3 and some halogens for vac:)
>
> Not that the CCR HT isn't pretty nifty, but I believe from all I've read and
> what I understand of how the the QM3 works that it's capable of superior
> roasts, close to if not on par with my USRC. QM3 fully manual of course so
> doesn't have the automation advantage of the CCR HT, but I could live with
> that.
>



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