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1) From: EuropaChris
That's the biggest reason I like my Gourmet.  I can roast anywhere from 40F to 90F and the roast times stay the same with the Gourmet sensing the hot air temp and cycling the heater accordingly.
The biggest reasons I DON'T like the Gourmet are noise, limited capacity, noise, lack of direction for smoke output, noise, roast chamber shape (tough to pour out beans), and noise.  Did I mention noise???  What???
chris
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2) From: EuropaChris
Is it a Poppery Mk. I or Poppery II???  I've found the thermostat in the Mk. I to be very effective at regulating the roast profile independant of ambient temp.
However, there's a lot of variability in units.  Some roast really fast, and some roast forever.  Fortunately the thermostat is adjustable.
Chris
Chris
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