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Topic: Vac questions WAS> The Great Can/Am (2 msgs / 48 lines)
1) From: Rick Copple
Kris McN wrote:
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My recommendation would be to grab a Yama from SM. That's what I brew 
every morning with, and it does a good job. I like the brew it puts out 
better than drip, really. When my Presto Scand. died a few months ago, 
and I didn't have the money for a TechVor...whatever, I decided I would 
ditch the drip until and when I had money for the TV, if ever. For 
quality coffee, the Yama was the best for the price range.
Of course, you can find good deals on Ebay as well. My first actual 
coffee purchase back in 05 (after starting homeroasting and not counting 
beans) was an electric Cory vacpot, looked like it was made in the 50s, 
and might have been. But it worked and was a good experience.
But the stove top Yama gives me more control over how long it brews and 
I get to watch the show. (The Cory electric is stainless steel.) And you 
can't beat the service from SM. My first order broke in transit and 
another was sent out right away. Go for it!
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2) From: Jerry Procopio
Dennis,
I have a couple vac pots.  Give me a call and we can set up a time for 
you to stop by and I'll loan you one for a month to play with.  Give me 
enough notice and I will have something special to pull shots from the Bric.
JavaJerry
373-3500 (cell)
True, Dennis W. FC1 (CVN69) wrote:
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