58mm solid stainless steel tamper $36, Rosewood handled 58mm stainless steel
piston $33 tamper:http://www.sweetmarias.com/prod.espresso.shtmlBarring that let your fingers do the walking in the yellow pages. I don't
even know where to "walk in and buy" a decent tamper in Espresso Mecca
Portland Oregon! (Olympia Washington yes, and that's a 106 mile drive each
way which I made yesterday, but not for a tamper:-)
Me when I got my first espresso machine I "bit the bullet" and went for a
highly regarded good tamper which actually arrived the day before Miss
Silvia. Now own three Reg Barber tampers and still using my first one
everyday at home 7 years later, plus purchased a couple for use at my Caf=
both a regular and short to accommodate smaller barista hands. FWIW all with
American convex pistons.
Buy quality regret it once, buy on the cheap and regret it every time you
use and/or replace it.
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