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Topic: thrift store queen strikes again (22 msgs / 619 lines)
1) From: Kris Bhatti
OK, I have to brag again and I know it's been less than one week since my double-Chemex bonanza, but I can't stop going to this store.  Today I spent more than I ever have before at the store - $40!  I think I did alright though.  I got two commercial grinders.  One is a Mazzer Super Jolly and the other is a Rossi RR45.  Now the fun begins - tearing them down and cleaning up!  Probably need to order some new burrs too.    I just know, one day I'll walk in that store and a nice commercial espresso machine will be waiting for me.   
Kris
Grinder- and Chemex-rich in OC, California
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2) From: Lynne
Wow - I am so JEALOUS! ;>)
All I ever get at the thrifts stores in my community are the equivalent of
'Charlie-Brown-Christmas-Tree' type items... with high price tags, too.
Maybe you could post some pics of your finds, at some point?
Lynne
On 10/31/07, Kris Bhatti  wrote:
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3) From: Marty Wooten
Kris,
 
Congratulations on the great finds. I have been in a number of =
thrift stores and not lucked into anything like that. 
Marty
 
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----- Original Message ----
From: Kris Bhatti 
To=
: homeroast
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 4:15:=
36 PM
Subject: +thrift store queen strikes again
OK, I have to br=
ag again and I know it's been less than one week since my double-Chemex bon=
anza, but I can't stop going to this store.  Today I spent more than I ever=
 have before at the store - $40!  I think I did alright though.  I got two =
commercial grinders.  One is a Mazzer Super Jolly and the other is a Rossi =
RR45.  Now the fun begins - tearing them down and cleaning up!  Probably ne=
ed to order some new burrs too.    I just know, one day I'll walk in that s=
tore and a nice commercial espresso machine will be waiting for me.   
=
Kris
Grinder- and Chemex-rich in OC, California=
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4) From: Kris Bhatti
OK, you don't have to twist my arm.  I'll put together a gallery of my great finds.  Pictures coming soon.
Kris
----- Original Message ----
From: Lynne 
To: homeroast
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 12:25:09 PM
Subject: Re: +thrift store queen strikes again
Wow - I am so JEALOUS! ;>)
All I ever get at the thrifts stores in my community are the equivalent of 'Charlie-Brown-Christmas-Tree' type items... with high price tags, too.
Maybe you could post some pics of your finds, at some point?
Lynne
On 10/31/07, Kris Bhatti  wrote:
OK, I have to brag again and I know it's been less than one week since my double-Chemex bonanza, but I can't stop going to this store.  Today I spent more than I ever have before at the store - $40!  I think I did alright though.  I got two commercial grinders.  One is a Mazzer Super Jolly and the other is a Rossi RR45.  Now the fun begins - tearing them down and cleaning up!  Probably need to order some new burrs too.    I just know, one day I'll walk in that store and a nice commercial espresso machine will be waiting for me.   
Kris
Grinder- and Chemex-rich in OC, California
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5) From: Brian Kamnetz
Wow! I thought Les had the great thrift store buy of all time (Mazzer
Major for $35 or $40), but you seem to have aced him out!
Congratulations! Can't wait to see the photos.
Brian
On 10/31/07, Kris Bhatti  wrote:
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6) From: Sheila Quinn
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Wow -- I sure wish some of the thrift stores around here would have such 
great stuff! I don't think people in this area buy those things, so they 
have nothing good to get rid of.
Great scores!
Sheila
Kris Bhatti wrote:
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7) From: Eddie Dove
So, if I offer you $45 plus shipping for just the Mazzer, you could go get a
couple more, eh?  Deal?
Just kidding ... but seriously ...
Eddie
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8) From: Gary Townsend
Kris, you rock!!!
Think you could send me some real estate adds...I'm thinking of moving in,
next door...
On 10/31/07, Kris Bhatti  wrote:
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9) From: Barry Luterman
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Me too. It seems my neighbors do not donate anything coffee related. All =
I ever get to score are old jam jars and kitchen canisters and all too =
often the rubber seals on these items are practically rotted out. I bet =
she ran into someone breaking up an estate.

10) From: raymanowen
"...I can't stop going to this store."
Stifle the thought- that place is a coffee aficionado's Disneyland!
I have only one suggestion, re: the grinders- Just pick One and put a set of
burrs in it, assuming they both run. If you try to rebuild them both at the
outset, you might get bogged down. The SJ will suffice for home use for a
long time (years) on just the one new set of burrs.
The SJ is a far simpler machine, and it's direct drive, which leaves the
noisy RR45 and its gear train in the dust. Gear trains aren't bad on their
face, only in toy grinders. Toy grinders are the ones you can hold in one
hand at arm's length. You'll know what to do.
Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
On 10/31/07, Kris Bhatti  wrote:
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11) From: RK
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Quit Kris your killing me, I'm lucking to find a decent coffee cup in =
the thrift stores in Anderson SC
RK

12) From: Kris Bhatti
Thanks for the advice RayO - that makes sense.  I did a quick clean up on both of them this afternoon.  Just took off the hoppers, pulled the top burrs out and did a good scraping down, vacuuming and wiping out everything I could get to.  I brushed all the little burr teeth and they cleaned up real nice.  My favorite off the bat is the Super Jolly.  For one thing, I like how the bean hopper lifts off and also has the little open/close bar to just drop a couple of shots worth of beans down to the grinding chamber.  It took me 4 or 5 tries to get it dialed into a grind that my Gaggia Coffee Deluxe (w/PID) was happy with.  Poor Rocky, looks very forlorn and sulky back in the corner on the counter now.  Just yesterday I put in an order for new burrs for Rocky, but it turns out they are back-ordered for a few weeks.  I canceled the order and figure I'll focus on these new guys for a while, then tend to Rocky later.  
I'm sure that both of these grinders have a lot of miles on them, but are there specific things I could see or measure to indicate the condition of the burrs?   Who knows, maybe they put new burrs on and then the cafe or whatever went out of business shortly afterwards.  
As for the RR45, I'm not sure if something is broken or if it's an operator error.  The whole bean hopper turns to adjust the grind and it doesn't seem to lock in - wants to turn the whole time it's grinding.  There is a plastic button "thing" on the left side which looks like it would be what would lock it into place, but it doesn't really do anything.  I'll have to take it apart and reassemble it again later to see if I can figure it out, but would welcome any suggestions since it seems like you know this machine.  We have a little cabin in Colorado and I think this grinder will go to live there.  Normally I haul my espresso machine and Rocky back and forth, but now I can have a good grinder that lives there.  
All future toy grinders that I acquire for next to nothing will be cleaned up and gifted to friends.  I want to share my homeroast with friends, but they don't have grinders and, you know, perish the thought...
Thanks,
Kris
----- Original Message ----
From: "raymanowen" 
To: homeroast
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 4:26:29 PM
Subject: Re: +thrift store queen strikes again
"...I can't stop going to this store."
Stifle the thought- that place is a coffee aficionado's Disneyland!
I have only one suggestion, re: the grinders- Just pick One and put a set of burrs in it, assuming they both run. If you try to rebuild them both at the outset, you might get bogged down. The SJ will suffice for home use for a long time (years) on just the one new set of burrs.
The SJ is a far simpler machine, and it's direct drive, which leaves the noisy RR45 and its gear train in the dust. Gear trains aren't bad on their face, only in toy grinders. Toy grinders are the ones you can hold in one hand at arm's length. You'll know what to do.
Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
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13) From: Homeroaster
Sounds like someone dumped a coffeeshop off at the Salvation Army!  Woo Hoo! 
Keep going back and you'll get the espresso machine that goes with the two 
grinders!
*********************
Ed Needham
"to absurdity and beyond!"http://www.homeroaster.com*********************

14) From: Eddie Dove
"All future toy grinders that I acquire for next to nothing will be
cleaned up and gifted to friends."
I'm your friend!  ;-)
Congratulations on your finds!  All of them!
Eddie
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15) From: Brian Kamnetz
Oh oh, if the RR45 turns out to be trashed, you will slip back into a
tie with Les....
Brian
On 10/31/07, Kris Bhatti  wrote:
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16) From: raymanowen
"...maybe they put new burrs on and then the cafe or whatever went out of
business shortly afterwards."
Don't count on it, Kris.
They went out of business because they were "as good as *$," but lacking the
diversions of that coffee emporium, had to provide superb coffee. $4 does
not, and without the Yuppie appeal, the coffee was the only draw.
"As good as *$" on a business plan should cause investors to hang on to
their Edsel debentures. As Ed said, hang on to your Wampum for their
espresso machine!
Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
On 10/31/07, Kris Bhatti  wrote:
<Snip>
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Wichita (ex- NYC Paramount) WurliTzer- 1976

17) From: James Raven
You're lucky to live in the right part of some town where people throw away=
 expensive machines with cheap fixes. Good Score!!!  Good Fix!!! Good 4U
From: krisbhatti
Subject: Re: +thrift store queen strikes again
To: homeroast
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2007 18:07:01 -0700
Thanks for the advice RayO - that makes sense.  I did a quick clean up on b=
oth of them this afternoon.  Just took off the hoppers, pulled the top burr=
s out and did a good scraping down, vacuuming and wiping out everything I c=
ould get to.  I brushed all the little burr teeth and they cleaned up real =
nice.  My favorite off the bat is the Super Jolly.  For one thing, I like h=
ow the bean hopper lifts off and also has the little open/close bar to just=
 drop a couple of shots worth of beans down to the grinding chamber.  It to=
ok me 4 or 5 tries to get it dialed into a grind that my Gaggia Coffee Delu=
xe (w/PID) was happy with.  Poor Rocky, looks very forlorn and sulky back i=
n the corner on the counter now.  Just yesterday I put in an order for new =
burrs for Rocky, but it turns out they are back-ordered for a few weeks.  I=
 canceled the order and figure I'll focus on these new guys for a while, th=
en tend to Rocky later.
I'm sure that both of these grinders have a lot of miles on them, but are t=
here specific things I could see or measure to indicate the condition of th=
e burrs?   Who knows, maybe they put new burrs on and then the cafe or what=
ever went out of business shortly afterwards.
As for the RR45, I'm not sure if something is broken or if it's an operator=
 error.  The whole bean hopper turns to adjust the grind and it doesn't see=
m to lock in - wants to turn the whole time it's grinding.  There is a plas=
tic button "thing" on the left side which looks like it would be what would=
 lock it into place, but it doesn't really do anything.  I'll have to take =
it apart and reassemble it again later to see if I can figure it out, but w=
ould welcome any suggestions since it seems like you know this machine.  We=
 have a little cabin in Colorado and I think this grinder will go to live t=
here.  Normally I haul my espresso machine and Rocky back and forth, but no=
w I can have a good grinder that lives there.
All future toy grinders that I acquire for next to nothing will be cleaned =
up and gifted to friends.  I want to share my homeroast with friends, but t=
hey don't have grinders and, you know, perish the thought...
Thanks,
Kris
----- Original Message ----
From: "raymanowen" 
To: homeroast
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 4:26:29 PM
Subject: Re: +thrift store queen strikes again
"...I can't stop going to this store."
Stifle the thought- that place is a coffee aficionado's Disneyland!
I have only one suggestion, re: the grinders- Just pick One and put a set o=
f burrs in it, assuming they both run. If you try to rebuild them both at t=
he outset, you might get bogged down. The SJ will suffice for home use for =
a long time (years) on just the one new set of burrs.
The SJ is a far simpler machine, and it's direct drive, which leaves the no=
isy RR45 and its gear train in the dust. Gear trains aren't bad on their fa=
ce, only in toy grinders. Toy grinders are the ones you can hold in one han=
d at arm's length. You'll know what to do.
Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
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18) From: Kris Bhatti
Oh I'm not counting on it, just wishful thinking.  Hey, I wished myself 2 commercial grinders for next to nothing, so it works in some cases.  There's hardly anything but *$ around here - we've got some Seattle's Best, Peet's and Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf but I can't comment on their quality.  I know they have nice bottled juice though because that's all that I'll buy there when I have to go with friends.   
I'll spring for new burrs on the Super Jolly and keep checking my favorite store for that great espresso machine that I just know will be there one day.
As for the RR45, I'm sure I'll either figure out what I'm doing wrong or come up with a workaround.  Grinding seems to work fine and I'm sure a new set of burrs are due there as well.
Kris
----- Original Message ----
From: "raymanowen" 
To: homeroast
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 5:48:57 PM
Subject: Re: +thrift store queen strikes again
"...maybe they put new burrs on and then the cafe or whatever went out of business shortly afterwards."
Don't count on it, Kris.
They went out of business because they were "as good as *$," but lacking the diversions of that coffee emporium, had to provide superb coffee. $4 does not, and without the Yuppie appeal, the coffee was the only draw.
"As good as *$" on a business plan should cause investors to hang on to their Edsel debentures. As Ed said, hang on to your Wampum for their espresso machine!
Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
On 10/31/07, Kris Bhatti  wrote:
Thanks for the advice RayO - that makes sense.  I did a quick clean up on both of them this afternoon.  Just took off the hoppers, pulled the top burrs out and did a good scraping down, vacuuming and wiping out everything I could get to.  I brushed all the little burr teeth and they cleaned up real nice.  My favorite off the bat is the Super Jolly.  For one thing, I like how the bean hopper lifts off and also has the little open/close bar to just drop a couple of shots worth of beans down to the grinding chamber.  It took me 4 or 5 tries to get it dialed into a grind that my Gaggia Coffee Deluxe (w/PID) was happy with.  Poor Rocky, looks very forlorn and sulky back in the corner on
 the counter now.  Just yesterday I put in an order for new burrs for Rocky, but it turns out they are back-ordered for a few weeks.  I canceled the order and figure I'll focus on these new guys for a while, then tend to Rocky later.  
I'm sure that both of these grinders have a lot of miles on them, but are there specific things I could see or measure to indicate the condition of the burrs?   Who knows, maybe they put new burrs on and then the cafe or whatever went out of business shortly afterwards.  
As for the RR45, I'm not sure if something is broken or if it's an operator error.  The whole bean hopper turns to adjust the grind and it doesn't seem to lock in - wants to turn the whole time it's grinding.  There is a plastic button "thing" on the left side which looks like it would be what would lock it into place, but it doesn't really do anything.  I'll have to take it apart and reassemble
 it again later to see if I can figure it out, but would welcome any suggestions since it seems like you know this machine.  We have a little cabin in Colorado and I think this grinder will go to live there.  Normally I haul my espresso machine and Rocky back and forth, but now I can have a good grinder that lives there.  
All future toy grinders that I acquire for next to nothing will be cleaned up and gifted to friends.  I want to share my homeroast with friends, but they don't have grinders and, you know, perish the thought...
Thanks,
Kris
----- Original Message ----
From: "
raymanowen" 
To: 
homeroast
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 4:26:29 PM
Subject: Re: +thrift store queen strikes again
"...I can't stop going to this store."
Stifle the thought- that place is a coffee aficionado's Disneyland!
I have only one suggestion, re: the grinders- Just pick One and put a set of burrs in it, assuming they both run. If you try to rebuild them both at the outset, you might get bogged down. The SJ will suffice for home use for a long time (years) on just the one new set of burrs.
The SJ is a far simpler machine, and it's direct drive, which leaves the noisy RR45 and its gear train in the dust. Gear trains aren't bad on their face, only in toy grinders. Toy grinders are the ones you can hold in one hand at arm's length. You'll know what to do.
Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
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19) From: Brett Mason
Check out Kean Coffee on 17th St. and Irvine in Newport Beach...  It's owned
by Martin Dietrich, and may have hte best in OC...
B
On 10/31/07, Kris Bhatti  wrote:
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20) From: Kris Bhatti
Will do!  I was sad when Starbucks bought out all the Diedrich's coffee shops here recently and either closed them down or assimilated them.  I didn't know he still had a shop.  I will make it a mission to get to this one!
Kris
----- Original Message ----
From: Brett Mason 
To: homeroast
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 7:15:38 PM
Subject: Re: +thrift store queen strikes again
Check out Kean Coffee on 17th St. and Irvine in Newport Beach...  It's owned by Martin Dietrich, and may have hte best in OC...
B
On 10/31/07, Kris Bhatti
  wrote:
Oh I'm not counting on it, just wishful thinking.  Hey, I wished myself 2 commercial grinders for next to nothing, so it works in some cases.  There's hardly anything but *$ around here - we've got some Seattle's Best, Peet's and Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf but I can't comment on their quality.  I know they have nice bottled juice though because that's all that I'll buy there when I have to go with friends.   
I'll spring for new burrs on the Super Jolly and keep checking my favorite store for that great espresso machine that I just know will be there one day.
As for the RR45, I'm sure I'll either figure out what I'm doing wrong or come up with a workaround.  Grinding seems to work
 fine and I'm sure a new set of burrs are due there as well.
Kris
----- Original Message ----
From: "raymanowen" <
raymanowen>
To: homeroast
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 5:48:57 PM
Subject: Re: +thrift store queen strikes again
"...maybe they put new burrs on and then the cafe or whatever went out of business shortly afterwards."
Don't count on it, Kris.
They went out of business because they were "as good as *$," but lacking the diversions of that coffee emporium, had to provide superb coffee. $4 does not, and without the Yuppie appeal, the coffee was the only draw.
"As good as *$" on a business plan should cause investors to hang on to their Edsel debentures. As Ed said, hang on to your Wampum for their espresso machine!
Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
On 10/31/07, Kris Bhatti <
krisbhatti> wrote:
Thanks for the advice RayO - that makes sense.  I did a quick clean up on both of them this afternoon.  Just took off the hoppers, pulled the top burrs out and did a good scraping down, vacuuming and wiping out everything I could get to.  I brushed all the little burr teeth and they cleaned up real nice.  My favorite off the bat is the Super Jolly.  For one thing, I like how the bean hopper lifts off and also has the little open/close bar to just drop a couple of shots worth of beans down to the grinding chamber.  It took me 4 or 5 tries to get it dialed into a grind that my Gaggia Coffee Deluxe (w/PID) was happy with.  Poor Rocky, looks very forlorn and sulky back in the corner on
 the counter now.  Just yesterday I put in an order for new burrs for Rocky, but it turns out they are back-ordered for a few weeks.  I canceled the order and figure I'll focus on these new guys for a while, then tend to Rocky later.  
I'm sure that both of these grinders have a lot of miles on them, but are there specific things I could see or measure to indicate the condition of the burrs?   Who knows, maybe they put new burrs on and then the cafe or whatever went out of business shortly afterwards.  
As for the RR45, I'm not sure if something is broken or if it's an operator error.  The whole bean hopper turns to adjust the grind and it doesn't seem to lock in - wants to turn the whole time it's grinding.  There is a plastic button "thing" on the left side which looks like it would be what would lock it into place, but it doesn't really do anything.  I'll have to take it apart and reassemble
 it again later to see if I can figure it out, but would welcome any suggestions since it seems like you know this machine.  We have a little cabin in Colorado and I think this grinder will go to live there.  Normally I haul my espresso machine and Rocky back and forth, but now I can have a good grinder that lives there.  
All future toy grinders that I acquire for next to nothing will be cleaned up and gifted to friends.  I want to share my homeroast with friends, but they don't have grinders and, you know, perish the thought...
Thanks,
Kris
----- Original Message ----
From: "
raymanowen" 
To: 
homeroast
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 4:26:29 PM
Subject: Re: +thrift store queen strikes again
"...I can't stop going to this store."
Stifle the thought- that place is a coffee aficionado's Disneyland!
I have only one suggestion, re: the grinders- Just pick One and put a set of burrs in it, assuming they both run. If you try to rebuild them both at the outset, you might get bogged down. The SJ will suffice for home use for a long time (years) on just the one new set of burrs.
The SJ is a far simpler machine, and it's direct drive, which leaves the noisy RR45 and its gear train in the dust. Gear trains aren't bad on their face, only in toy grinders. Toy grinders are the ones you can hold in one hand at arm's length. You'll know what to do.
Cheers, Mabuhay -RayO, aka Opa!
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21) From: Jack Rogers
I call "dibs" on the next one!
On Thu, November 1, 2007 10:14 am, Kris Bhatti wrote:
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22) From: Kris Bhatti
Well, not exactly, but, how about this.  Now that I have myself completely covered in the grinder department, any future great finds like this will be offered up on this forum at a very reasonable price.  
Kris
----- Original Message ----
From: Eddie Dove 
To: homeroast
Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2007 2:32:44 PM
Subject: Re: +thrift store queen strikes again
So, if I offer you $45 plus shipping for just the Mazzer, you could go get a couple more, eh?  Deal?
Just kidding ... but seriously ...
Eddie
-- 
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Roasting Blog and Profiles for the Gene Cafehttp://southcoastcoffeeroaster.blogspot.com/On Oct 31, 2007 3:15 PM, Kris Bhatti  wrote:
OK, I have to brag again and I know it's been less than one week since my double-Chemex bonanza, but I can't stop going to this store.  Today I spent more than I ever have before at the store - $40!  I think I did alright though.  I got two commercial grinders.  One is a Mazzer Super Jolly and the other is a Rossi RR45.  Now the fun begins - tearing them down and cleaning up!  Probably need to order some new burrs too.    I just know, one day I'll walk in that store and a nice commercial espresso machine will be waiting for me.   
Kris
Grinder- and Chemex-rich in OC, California
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