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All active espresso equipment sales in Canada

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Oct 30, 2019
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All active espresso equipment sales in Canada

Hey everyone,

I wanted to share a little evening project i have been working on.

https://espresso-sales.mcconomy.org/

It's updated daily, so you can come back to it whenever it's of use.

Note that you can click on column headers to sort or filter

Craig
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Anything on there that isn't an arm and a leg? Just curious.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: Anything on there that isn't an arm and a leg? Just curious.
You get what you pay for. You either spend over $550 for a machine that is repairable, easily sourced parts, well made or spend less than $120 for something disposable. My biggest regret was a $300 machine, such a waste of money for something that lasted 2.5 years.
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redflagdealsguy wrote: Anything on there that isn't an arm and a leg? Just curious.
Depending what you mean, if you ever buy coffees out they're all cheap.

We invested in a good machine. We ran over 10,000 shots of espresso through a Saeco (it seemed to breakdown quite a bit) and have put over 24,000 shots through our Jura (mostly doubles so 13,000 cycles, give or take). We have a Breville at the cottage that I quite like and they only run around $500. They had the same one at my last employer and the daily beating that thing took made it pretty impressive.

I nearly never buy a coffee out unless we're on vacation or traveling for work.
Happy Zoomer customer! $36/800m/5gb.
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Sometimes when I click the item it doesn’t open a new window page or browser to take me to the site (on mobile safari)
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Thanks! I'm planning to upgrade to a Lelit Bianca or a Rocket model soon. Gonna bookmark this link :)

An option to filter would be nice! Lots of super automatics in the list that I'm not interested in.
[OP]
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Oct 30, 2019
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Toronto
Your first question should be whether you want espresso (the drink) or if you want to get into espresso (the hobby).

If you aren't interested in spending a lot of time and effort getting into a learning experience, and you really just want convenient espresso at home, seek out "super-automatic" machines (insert water and beans, press button, receive coffee)

If getting into the hobby is of interest, you have to prioritize the quality of the grinder and buy a machine with your leftover budget. I'd probably keep an eye on the secondhand market (which is pretty healthy in toronto) in that case.

Depends on you
[OP]
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Oct 30, 2019
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Toronto
I am at the mercy of the sites when it comes to identifying the nature of each product; I may add that feature later but some retailers will probably have items tagged as 'unknown'
[OP]
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Oct 30, 2019
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Toronto
They're on there! Looks like I mixed something up, but now they're back on the list.
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Phillips 3100 I got from Costco for around $500..
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Vietlord wrote: Thanks! I'm planning to upgrade to a Lelit Bianca or a Rocket model soon. Gonna bookmark this link :)

An option to filter would be nice! Lots of super automatics in the list that I'm not interested in.
I have a Rocket and it is amazing.
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Nov 6, 2007
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Great idea, but wish you thought of it 12 months ago :) Proud owner of an ECM Synchronika with flow control.

Happy hunting!
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ysl5710 wrote: Phillips 3100 I got from Costco for around $500..
was this purchase recent if I may ask?
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Oct 25, 2011
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Toronto
Nice :). You should build it up to be like dekudeals.com in your next sprint

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