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Date: 01 Oct 2006 10:31:28
From:
Subject: Hand crank coffee mills
I realize the Zassenhaus coffee mill is not available right now in the
US, other than used ones. I have found a link to the Lodos manual
coffee grinders. They look much like the Zassenhaus, but are made in
Czechoslovakia. Has anyone had experience with one? Thanks.





 
Date: 09 Oct 2006 20:22:35
From:
Subject: Re: Hand crank coffee mills
Many sites show them on their website, but list them as out of stock.


bigsky@nwi.net wrote:
> Thanks for the tip, but the price is almost twice what it should be. I
> think I will pass, though they are beautiful! I am still considering
> getting the Lodos. Espresso Zone says they are comparable, and have a
> 30 day return policy.
>
> Jane
>
>
>
> john@koffeeklatsch.com wrote:
> > I found NEW Zassenhaus grinder, look at www. koffeeklatsch.com
> > Gaby
> >
> > bigsky@nwi.net wrote:
> > > I realize the Zassenhaus coffee mill is not available right now in the
> > > US, other than used ones. I have found a link to the Lodos manual
> > > coffee grinders. They look much like the Zassenhaus, but are made in
> > > Czechoslovakia. Has anyone had experience with one? Thanks.



  
Date: 10 Oct 2006 19:53:36
From: Brent
Subject: Re: Hand crank coffee mills
It's easy to sell it cheap when it's out of stock :)


> Many sites show them on their website, but list them as out of stock.
>
>
> bigsky@nwi.net wrote:
>> Thanks for the tip, but the price is almost twice what it should be. I
>> think I will pass, though they are beautiful! I am still considering
>> getting the Lodos. Espresso Zone says they are comparable, and have a
>> 30 day return policy.
>>
>> Jane
>>
>>
>>
>> john@koffeeklatsch.com wrote:
>> > I found NEW Zassenhaus grinder, look at www. koffeeklatsch.com
>> > Gaby
>> >
>> > bigsky@nwi.net wrote:
>> > > I realize the Zassenhaus coffee mill is not available right now in
>> > > the
>> > > US, other than used ones. I have found a link to the Lodos manual
>> > > coffee grinders. They look much like the Zassenhaus, but are made in
>> > > Czechoslovakia. Has anyone had experience with one? Thanks.
>




 
Date: 09 Oct 2006 19:52:23
From:
Subject: Re: Hand crank coffee mills
Thanks for the tip, but the price is almost twice what it should be. I
think I will pass, though they are beautiful! I am still considering
getting the Lodos. Espresso Zone says they are comparable, and have a
30 day return policy.

Jane



john@koffeeklatsch.com wrote:
> I found NEW Zassenhaus grinder, look at www. koffeeklatsch.com
> Gaby
>
> bigsky@nwi.net wrote:
> > I realize the Zassenhaus coffee mill is not available right now in the
> > US, other than used ones. I have found a link to the Lodos manual
> > coffee grinders. They look much like the Zassenhaus, but are made in
> > Czechoslovakia. Has anyone had experience with one? Thanks.



  
Date: 10 Oct 2006 00:35:30
From: notbob
Subject: Re: Hand crank coffee mills
On 2006-10-10, bigsky@nwi.net <bigsky@nwi.net > wrote:
> Thanks for the tip, but the price is almost twice what it should be. I
> think I will pass.

Yeah, buncha greedy dirtbags. There are plenty of used zazzies on ebay
for around $50. Also, look in local antique shops. They have no idea
what they've got on their hands. I found a mint birch knee zazzy
priced at $15.

nb


   
Date: 10 Oct 2006 01:11:37
From: notbob
Subject: Re: Hand crank coffee mills
On 2006-10-10, notbob <notbob@nothome.com > wrote:
> Yeah, buncha greedy dirtbags. There are plenty of used zazzies on ebay
> for around $50. Also, look in local antique shops. They have no idea
> what they've got on their hands. I found a mint birch knee zazzy
> priced at $15.

Here's a buncha zazzies:

http://www.edirectory.co.uk/pf/s/880/coffee+grinders+cafetieres+12782p2.html

Hard to say if they have them in stock. Maybe Danny can do some
scouting.

nb


  
Date: 10 Oct 2006 16:18:03
From: Brent
Subject: Re: Hand crank coffee mills
Twice what it should be?

If you can't find one for sale, how can you know what the price should be?

Confused...

> Thanks for the tip, but the price is almost twice what it should be. I
> think I will pass, though they are beautiful! I am still considering
> getting the Lodos. Espresso Zone says they are comparable, and have a
> 30 day return policy.
>
> Jane
>
>
>
>> I found NEW Zassenhaus grinder, look at www. koffeeklatsch.com
>> Gaby
>>
>> > I realize the Zassenhaus coffee mill is not available right now in the
>> > US, other than used ones. I have found a link to the Lodos manual
>> > coffee grinders. They look much like the Zassenhaus, but are made in
>> > Czechoslovakia. Has anyone had experience with one? Thanks.
>




 
Date: 09 Oct 2006 19:38:41
From:
Subject: Re: Hand crank coffee mills
I found NEW Zassenhaus grinder, look at www. koffeeklatsch.com
Gaby

bigsky@nwi.net wrote:
> I realize the Zassenhaus coffee mill is not available right now in the
> US, other than used ones. I have found a link to the Lodos manual
> coffee grinders. They look much like the Zassenhaus, but are made in
> Czechoslovakia. Has anyone had experience with one? Thanks.