[Homeroast] Question for Behmor+ Users
john at chocolatealchemy.com
Mon Oct 5 13:58:55 CDT 2015
Not totally. The main thing is you will need to be present 75% through
the roast to hit the Start button (basically a deadman switch) or it
will shut down. Other than that, the profiles are all the same and you
can now modify the profiles a bit on the fly (you can't save them).
That said, parts are available to my knowledge and quite a bit of effort
has been put in to keeping things backwards compatible. What parts are
you looking for?
On 10/5/2015 11:40 AM, Ken Schillinger wrote:
> Hello, Thanks for looking.
> I have been using a Behmor 1600 since they came out (one of the earliest
> from Sweet Maria’s).
> The roaster like myself is getting a little long in the tooth, and if I
> can’t get replacement parts, will need to be replaced. I like the Behmor
> 1600 and would be quite happy using it toll the end of my days, but realize
> it may not work out that way. That said; is the new behmor 1600# as straight
> forward and easy to use? Tipically I roast with about 2C by volume that’s 2
> shy measures from the measuring cup from my Café Rosto. I do a 2 minute
> preheat with the beans in the drum, hit off-hit 1lb roast P and run the
> timer all the way up and hit start. I can then go about my business for
> about 15 minutes befor I need to listen for first. The coffee usually
> arrives at a roast I’m happy with with about 4 minutes befor the timer runs
> out, then I hit cool.
> My question:
> Will I be able to continue with my current practice if forced to change from
> the Behmor 1600 and buy the newer model Behmor 1600 + roaster?
> Thanks in advance, Ken
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