[Homeroast] sonofresco

mcsparky6670 at gmail.com mcsparky6670 at gmail.com
Fri Apr 20 16:31:48 CDT 2012


I use Sono and Hottop.
Both have advantages.
Hottop has more control - Sono will roast 1.3 lbs - yielding 1 lb.
Sono is best at light or dark roasts.
Hottop for everything in between.
Both give great results.

MMc

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Subject: [Homeroast] sonofresco

I have a chance to buy a used sonofresco 1lb propane model with new heat 
sensor for $1500. I use a behmor now. Is the sonofresco going to have 
real advantages over the behmor? I understand I could roast more batches 
per day (perhaps), but is there something more? Do people onlist use 
these? I have heard very little talk about them.

What does the sonofresco at $4k (new) do that the $300 behmor does not do?

Jeremy

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