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Date: 03 Dec 2006 16:52:19
From: LF
Subject: Solis Scala Coffee Grinder?
Costco.com closed out the Solis Maestros last year. I gifted a few of
them, and have one in my office. It's not a Rocky, but I like it.
Now Costco sells the 'Solis Scala"
< http://tinyurl.com/y5nw4n >
,shows a picture of it with some add copy, and refers to Solis site for
more info
<http://www.soliscoffee.com/coffee-grinders.html >.
The Solis site only shows Maestros.

Anyone know anything about the Scala? The Maestro works fine with a
themoblock (old Braun or *$ Barista) for office espresso. I'm hoping
the Scala will do the same.

Thanks,
Larry





 
Date: 04 Dec 2006 04:21:18
From: Barry Jarrett
Subject: Re: Solis Scala Coffee Grinder?
On 3 Dec 2006 16:52:19 -0800, "LF" <fieman@gmail.com > wrote:

>Costco.com closed out the Solis Maestros last year. I gifted a few of
>them, and have one in my office. It's not a Rocky, but I like it.
>Now Costco sells the 'Solis Scala"
>< http://tinyurl.com/y5nw4n>
>,shows a picture of it with some add copy, and refers to Solis site for
>more info
><http://www.soliscoffee.com/coffee-grinders.html>.
>The Solis site only shows Maestros.
>

www.solis.ch

it looks like the scala is the same unit as the old model 166.



 
Date: 03 Dec 2006 19:11:18
From: chardinej
Subject: Re: Solis Scala Coffee Grinder?
A friend has one of these branded by Starbucks. I've been grinding
coffee with it until my Mazzer arrives. At the finest setting I cannot
tamp hard enough to get a decent 25 sec pour on the NS Oscar I have.

LF wrote:
> Costco.com closed out the Solis Maestros last year. I gifted a few of
> them, and have one in my office. It's not a Rocky, but I like it.
> Now Costco sells the 'Solis Scala"
> < http://tinyurl.com/y5nw4n>
> ,shows a picture of it with some add copy, and refers to Solis site for
> more info
> <http://www.soliscoffee.com/coffee-grinders.html>.
> The Solis site only shows Maestros.
>
> Anyone know anything about the Scala? The Maestro works fine with a
> themoblock (old Braun or *$ Barista) for office espresso. I'm hoping
> the Scala will do the same.
>
> Thanks,
> Larry