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Topic: [Fwd: coffee roaster]-letter to Hottop company (9 msgs / 183 lines)
1) From: John
Susan,
That has to be wrong. There is a company in England offering the HotTop
for $550 plus shipping - which would be NOWHERE near $1`50.  Since I
already own a HotTop, I didn't save the e-mail, but it is in the
archive.
..
John - wondering what Chang Yeu is up to
On Tue, 2002-10-01 at 08:03, susan oppenheim wrote:
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2) From: R.N.Kyle
850 dollars total. I would not have thought that it would be that much I =
was thinking more like 4 to 5 hundred not 700 thanks for the post. It =
helped me decide to get the Alps.
Ron Kyle
Anderson SC
rnkyle

3) From: Irene and Lubos Palounek
"850 dollars total" -- Ron, right now, I think you can get the HotTop for
less through a British Importer:
Ian Escreet
La Macchinetta Ltd
Tel:    +44(0)1274 589693
Fax:    +44(0)1274 584944
e-mail: info
web:   http://www.lamacchinetta.comand click on HotTop on the Products section.  They will ship to the USA.
However, I still believe that Baratza will offer the HotTop in the USA and
you will be able to buy it through Sweet Maria's; probably the least
expensive and best buy.
Regards, Lubos
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4) From: R.N.Kyle
Thanks Lubos, I'll keep my finger crossed, in the mean time I think I =
will get a good grinder the (Rocky) first and then start saving for the =
drum roaster, mabey by then it will be on the US market.
Ron Kyle
Anderson SC
rnkyle

5) From: John
I don't accept this!  The HotTop list has a post from a company in the
UK which will be distributing and they are offering it for $550 - which
is way far more than we believe it will actually be offered when and if
we get a US importer. I'd be stunned to see it above $450
John - hidding my very valuable HotTop :O)
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6) From: Scott Jensen
I know I bought an Igloo thermos from Wal-Mart for $20, a friendly pilot
thought it was his and it flew down to Guatemala.  Could not find another,
so I called Igloo.  They wanted $59 for the same exact thermos, called it
full retail.  Same exact deal on a lunch box, which Igloo makes.  If you buy
it direct from Igloo it is about 3x as much.
Scott

7) From: Dan Bollinger
Mfgrs. that use distributors agree to not undercut.  So, they are stuck
selling at the MSRP or full retail.  (that's one reason at work we
distribute ourselves)  Dan
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8) From: susan oppenheim
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Subject: Re: coffee roaster
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Susan,
Thank you for your interestd in the bean Roaster.
The price is uS$700 and the freight fee is uS$150.
Shelly Chiang

9) From: Scott Jensen
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Presumably you can do several things at once that way. :)
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