[Homeroast] Why I will be selling my Behmor and buying an M3
djgarcia at improbablystructuredlayers.net
Sat Dec 11 14:07:27 CST 2010
No complains on my trusty original upgraded Hottop, which I'll keep, but the
M3 sounds like a fun cup upgrade. Waiting for the stock to replenish -
Spring chicken at 61 ...
Date: Sat, 11 Dec 2010 11:38:04 -0600
From: Jim Couch <ravskau at gmail.com>
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Been reading kinda conflicting info on this thread. Can't hit first crack
yet times on profiles are limited due to ease of hitting "Third Crack". True
you may hafta lie to your machine (1/2 pound run on full pound setting) In
fact I could go along with calling a B1600 a half pound
roaster........Sounds like folks are very "Hot" to try the Quest M3 and
trying to justify with reasons other than just I Wanna...........
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