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Date: 13 Dec 2006 16:28:20
From: JoeP
Subject: SCAA Newco Coffee Brewer discount price
I recently negotiated a discount for a group buy for
www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com. The group buy was for Newco 40oz and
60oz Drip coffee brewers which are SCAA approved. Anyways after I spoke
about them in another thread regarding Presto Scandinavians I figured I
would pass on the wholesale price I was able to get for us to my
alt.coffee brothers and sisters. For example the 40oz brewers are
$69.00 plus shipping and the automatic plumbed in model is $112.00 plus
shipping. They retail for much more.

you can get this deal by calling or emailing:

Joann Nemetz
(800) 325-7867
Extension 3303
joann@newcocoffee.com

Our customers ID is "greencoffe"


Joe
www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com





 
Date: 20 Dec 2006 07:54:27
From: JoeP
Subject: Re: SCAA Newco Coffee Brewer discount price

Okay we have started to recieve our brewers and the initial testing
results say these are pretty impressive brewers. You can see the
pictures and comments from the people who have them here:

http://www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com/index.php?topic=1298.0



Joe
www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com



 
Date: 15 Dec 2006 04:37:44
From: Felix
Subject: Re: SCAA Newco Coffee Brewer discount price
Todd94590 chimes:
> I am not aware of anything made by Newco. Not sure if it's
> me keeping my head under a rock, or lack of word-of-mouth,
> or what.

It's just a reflection of the pecking order in the OCS ket.
Everyone's heard of Bunn, probably Grindmaster too. But then there's
Bloomfield, Cecilware, Fetco, Newco, etc. I have some Newco warmers
that I want to modify by replacing their power switches with ones
salvaged from an old electric range. Yet another stalled project ...

All the commercial grade stuff I've seen is very sturdy. I doubt you'll
regret your purchase.


Felix



  
Date: 15 Dec 2006 09:50:11
From: bernie
Subject: Re: SCAA Newco Coffee Brewer discount price
Felix wrote:
> Todd94590 chimes:
>
>> I am not aware of anything made by Newco. Not sure if it's
>> me keeping my head under a rock, or lack of word-of-mouth,
>> or what.
>
>
> It's just a reflection of the pecking order in the OCS ket.
> Everyone's heard of Bunn, probably Grindmaster too. But then there's
> Bloomfield, Cecilware, Fetco, Newco, etc. I have some Newco warmers
> that I want to modify by replacing their power switches with ones
> salvaged from an old electric range. Yet another stalled project ...
>
> All the commercial grade stuff I've seen is very sturdy. I doubt you'll
> regret your purchase.
>
>
> Felix
>

Yep. Also the Canadian company Cafe 98 which was the first to recieve
the recognition of a brewer that met the (then) SCAA specs for coffee
brewers. NewCo handles the Cafe 98 in the US. I have several Cafe 98
brewers, several NewCo brewers and half a dozen large to huge Fetcos.
All can do a great brew if you know the machine. The Newco we have on a
cart at a hospital accepts a 5 gallon jug of water from our in-store
water system like a water cooler. Sort of odd looking at first, but
customers recognize that you aren't just dumping in tap water.
Bernie


 
Date: 14 Dec 2006 23:25:58
From: Todd94590
Subject: Re: Newco Coffee Brewer (SCAA Approved) for discount price
Thanks for the info. I sent an email to Joann, wanting more info on
the 60 oz. plumbed-in machine. Credit card is being charged up quite a
bit this month, but if it's a worthy purchase, a little more won't
really make a difference, as it will take until ch for my balance to
be down to the zero k again (just in time to pay taxes in April,
lucky me).

We received a decent Bunn machine for a wedding gift, about 2 1/2 years
ago, and it has performed nicely, but a plumbed-in machine is worth its
weight around here; just as the automatic ice maker is.

So the cabinets are in, and should be installed by the end of the day
tomorrow. Next step is to make a pattern for the countertop. Until
the counters are in, we'll use whatever panel wood is around for a
horizontal surface. to hold the coffee paraphenalia. :)

Todd

JoeP wrote:
> Todd94590 wrote:
> > I'll chime in: sounds like a good deal, though I am not aware of
> > anything made
> > by Newco. Not sure if it's me keeping my head under a rock, or lack of
> > word-
> > of-mouth, or what. The plumbed in model looks interesting to me.
> > It would look good in the new kitchen, next to Andreja.
> >
> > Not having much luck finding a lot of reviews or pictures, a little
> > help
> > there?
> >
> > What other specials are there for SCAA members? - I joined this
> > summer,
> > and really wonder why I did, as I see no real benefits.
> >
> > Todd in Vallejo
> >
>
> Hi Todd,
>
> Yeah I guess networking and access to SCAA shows and clinics are the
> main benefits. I am not a member so I wouldn't know for sure but most
> people I've talked to that are members really have to spend some cash
> to justify their membership. I could see how my heading might be
> confusing so I'll edit it. The group discount is for our Green coffee
> buying club. But since the discount is attached to our customer ID
> anyone can use it and recieve the brewer for a big discount off retail.
> There are only two Drip brewers that I am aware of that have the SCAA
> Approved stamp on them; the Technivorm- retail $200, and the Newco OCS8
> retail- $100, someone correct me if I'm mistaken here. I have used a
> technivorm several times from a freind and while its a nice coffee
> maker I wouldn't say it's $200 nice.But as I explained to my freind
> Chris I spent around $1000+ for my espresso setup and I definately use
> my drip coffee more frequently(everyday). So maybe $69+shipping isn't
> such a major expense for something I use everyday. The Technivorm has
> recieved a lot of publicity for home users while Newco seems to be
> focused on their commercial line of brewers, there is only one retailer
> I could find that even carries the OCS series brewers. I usually try
> and avoid coffee equipment that seems like it might be on its way out
> the door but Newco has been very receptive to all my calls and the PDF
> file shows that you can order parts individually which is something I
> haven't seen from many drip brewers, besides commercial units. Anyways
> we should be getting our orders in the next couple days.
>
> Joe
> www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com



 
Date: 14 Dec 2006 13:52:59
From: Heat + Beans
Subject: Re: SCAA Newco Coffee Brewer discount price
Well, here's my thanks.
Thanks.
I haven't owned a drip for long time and been meaning to. I ordered
the 40 oz. I also ordered two extra carafs @ 8.95 ea. Allows me to
make a full small pot or double up plus a decaf for guests.
tin


Craig Andrews wrote:
> "JoeP" <joe@internet-realty.com> wrote in message
> news:1166056100.474020.53380@l12g2000cwl.googlegroups.com...
> >I recently negotiated a discount for a group buy for
> > www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com. The group buy was for Newco 40oz and
> > 60oz Drip coffee brewers which are SCAA approved. Anyways after I
> > spoke
> > about them in another thread regarding Presto Scandinavians I figured
> > I
> > would pass on the wholesale price I was able to get for us to my
> > alt.coffee brothers and sisters. For example the 40oz brewers are
> > $69.00 plus shipping and the automatic plumbed in model is $112.00
> > plus
> > shipping. They retail for much more.
> >
> > you can get this deal by calling or emailing:
> >
> > Joann Nemetz
> > (800) 325-7867
> > Extension 3303
> > joann@newcocoffee.com
> >
> > Our customers ID is "greencoffe"
> >
> >
> > Joe
> > www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com
> >
>
> Hi Joe! I thanked you on the Green Coffee Buying Club forums thread, but
> I just wanted to thank you here again & for offering this excellent deal
> for the Alties here! I can't believe no one's even bothered to say
> ANYTHING.. That's gratitude for ya I suppose.., anyway it all starts
> with the 1st responding post.
> Cheers, Merry Christmas & a safe & happy holiday!
> Sincerely,
> Craig.



 
Date: 14 Dec 2006 12:40:48
From: JoeP
Subject: Re: Newco Coffee Brewer (SCAA Approved) for discount price
Todd,

Here's a couple links:

Pics and info- http://www.newcocoffee.com/brewers/ocs-8.html

Reviews- http://www.coffeegeek.com/reviews/drip/newcobrewer

Joe
www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com



 
Date: 14 Dec 2006 11:52:22
From: JoeP
Subject: Re: Newco Coffee Brewer (SCAA Approved) for discount price

Todd94590 wrote:
> I'll chime in: sounds like a good deal, though I am not aware of
> anything made
> by Newco. Not sure if it's me keeping my head under a rock, or lack of
> word-
> of-mouth, or what. The plumbed in model looks interesting to me.
> It would look good in the new kitchen, next to Andreja.
>
> Not having much luck finding a lot of reviews or pictures, a little
> help
> there?
>
> What other specials are there for SCAA members? - I joined this
> summer,
> and really wonder why I did, as I see no real benefits.
>
> Todd in Vallejo
>

Hi Todd,

Yeah I guess networking and access to SCAA shows and clinics are the
main benefits. I am not a member so I wouldn't know for sure but most
people I've talked to that are members really have to spend some cash
to justify their membership. I could see how my heading might be
confusing so I'll edit it. The group discount is for our Green coffee
buying club. But since the discount is attached to our customer ID
anyone can use it and recieve the brewer for a big discount off retail.
There are only two Drip brewers that I am aware of that have the SCAA
Approved stamp on them; the Technivorm- retail $200, and the Newco OCS8
retail- $100, someone correct me if I'm mistaken here. I have used a
technivorm several times from a freind and while its a nice coffee
maker I wouldn't say it's $200 nice.But as I explained to my freind
Chris I spent around $1000+ for my espresso setup and I definately use
my drip coffee more frequently(everyday). So maybe $69+shipping isn't
such a major expense for something I use everyday. The Technivorm has
recieved a lot of publicity for home users while Newco seems to be
focused on their commercial line of brewers, there is only one retailer
I could find that even carries the OCS series brewers. I usually try
and avoid coffee equipment that seems like it might be on its way out
the door but Newco has been very receptive to all my calls and the PDF
file shows that you can order parts individually which is something I
haven't seen from many drip brewers, besides commercial units. Anyways
we should be getting our orders in the next couple days.

Joe
www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com



 
Date: 14 Dec 2006 11:07:20
From: Todd94590
Subject: Re: SCAA Newco Coffee Brewer discount price
I'll chime in: sounds like a good deal, though I am not aware of
anything made
by Newco. Not sure if it's me keeping my head under a rock, or lack of
word-
of-mouth, or what. The plumbed in model looks interesting to me.
It would look good in the new kitchen, next to Andreja.

Not having much luck finding a lot of reviews or pictures, a little
help
there?

What other specials are there for SCAA members? - I joined this
summer,
and really wonder why I did, as I see no real benefits.

Todd in Vallejo

JoeP wrote:
> I recently negotiated a discount for a group buy for
> www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com. The group buy was for Newco 40oz and
> 60oz Drip coffee brewers which are SCAA approved. Anyways after I spoke
> about them in another thread regarding Presto Scandinavians I figured I
> would pass on the wholesale price I was able to get for us to my
> alt.coffee brothers and sisters. For example the 40oz brewers are
> $69.00 plus shipping and the automatic plumbed in model is $112.00 plus
> shipping. They retail for much more.
>
> you can get this deal by calling or emailing:
>
> Joann Nemetz
> (800) 325-7867
> Extension 3303
> joann@newcocoffee.com
>
> Our customers ID is "greencoffe"
>
>
> Joe
> www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com



 
Date: 14 Dec 2006 09:42:46
From: JoeP
Subject: Re: SCAA Newco Coffee Brewer discount price


> >
>
> Hi Joe! I thanked you on the Green Coffee Buying Club forums thread, but
> I just wanted to thank you here again & for offering this excellent deal
> for the Alties here! I can't believe no one's even bothered to say
> ANYTHING.. That's gratitude for ya I suppose.., anyway it all starts
> with the 1st responding post.
> Cheers, Merry Christmas & a safe & happy holiday!
> Sincerely,
> Craig.

Merry Christmas to you and your family too Craig. I was a litle worried
that it might cause problems for retailers or that I might be breaking
some obscure rule, but after talking with Joann and recieved clearance
from her, I felt comfortable posting. There aren't many retailers that
carry the Newco OCS series brewers which are intended for light
Office/Home use. Anyways I'll post again when I recieve it and try it
out for a few days. They only had around 20 left of the nonauto 8 cup
models, before they had to order more from overseas. I know our group
had some varied orders so I'm not sure how many are even left. They did
say they had more of the auto/plumbed in models which are more
expensive and they had more of the larger 64oz models also. Regardless
our discount applies.

Joe
www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com



 
Date: 14 Dec 2006 12:30:55
From: Craig Andrews
Subject: Re: SCAA Newco Coffee Brewer discount price

"JoeP" <joe@internet-realty.com > wrote in message
news:1166056100.474020.53380@l12g2000cwl.googlegroups.com...
>I recently negotiated a discount for a group buy for
> www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com. The group buy was for Newco 40oz and
> 60oz Drip coffee brewers which are SCAA approved. Anyways after I
> spoke
> about them in another thread regarding Presto Scandinavians I figured
> I
> would pass on the wholesale price I was able to get for us to my
> alt.coffee brothers and sisters. For example the 40oz brewers are
> $69.00 plus shipping and the automatic plumbed in model is $112.00
> plus
> shipping. They retail for much more.
>
> you can get this deal by calling or emailing:
>
> Joann Nemetz
> (800) 325-7867
> Extension 3303
> joann@newcocoffee.com
>
> Our customers ID is "greencoffe"
>
>
> Joe
> www.greencoffeebuyingclub.com
>

Hi Joe! I thanked you on the Green Coffee Buying Club forums thread, but
I just wanted to thank you here again & for offering this excellent deal
for the Alties here! I can't believe no one's even bothered to say
ANYTHING.. That's gratitude for ya I suppose.., anyway it all starts
with the 1st responding post.
Cheers, Merry Christmas & a safe & happy holiday!
Sincerely,
Craig.