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Date: 01 Apr 2007 21:17:30
From: Phillip Deackes
Subject: Where can I sell an Isomac Granmacinino in UK?
I have sold my La Pavoni Europiccola through Ebay, but now need to sell
my Isomac Granmacinino grinder. I can't find any of these on Ebay so
gave no idea what the going rate for a rarely used second-hand model
might be. Indeed, is there a market for second-hand coffee grinders?

Any ideas where I could sell it and for how much? I am in the UK.

I decided I wasn't happy with the time it took to grind beans and make
the coffee in the Europiccola, given how little I used it. For me it
all just wasn't worth the effort :-(

I would appreciate any advice.

Cheers.

--
Phillip Deackes

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Date: 01 Apr 2007 16:27:48
From: daveb
Subject: Re: Where can I sell an Isomac Granmacinino in UK?
On Apr 1, 4:17 pm, Phillip Deackes <n...@madgestevens.net > wrote:
> I have sold my La Pavoni Europiccola through Ebay, but now need to sell
> my Isomac Granmacinino grinder. I can't find any of these on Ebay so
> gave no idea what the going rate for a rarely used second-hand model
> might be. Indeed, is there a market for second-hand coffee grinders?
>
> Any ideas where I could sell it and for how much? I am in the UK.
>
> I decided I wasn't happy with the time it took to grind beans and make
> the coffee in the Europiccola, given how little I used it. For me it
> all just wasn't worth the effort :-(
>
> I would appreciate any advice.
>
> Cheers.
>
> --
> Phillip Deackes
>
> To email me, please remove 'news' and replace with my firstname.

List it -- with a picture at the minimum you are willing to accept.
The market will determine the price.

And of course there is a market for used grinders

dave

www.hitechespresso.com




  
Date: 02 Apr 2007 09:19:13
From: Phillip Deackes
Subject: Re: Where can I sell an Isomac Granmacinino in UK?
On 2007-04-02 00:27:48 +0100, "daveb" <davebobblane@gmail.com > said:
>
> List it -- with a picture at the minimum you are willing to accept.
> The market will determine the price.
>
> And of course there is a market for used grinders
>
> dave

Many thanks, Dave & Danny.

Your advice is greatly appreciated.

--
Phillip Deackes

To email me, please remove 'news' and replace with my firstname.



 
Date: 01 Apr 2007 23:13:58
From: Danny
Subject: Re: Where can I sell an Isomac Granmacinino in UK?
Phillip Deackes wrote:
> I have sold my La Pavoni Europiccola through Ebay, but now need to sell
> my Isomac Granmacinino grinder. I can't find any of these on Ebay so
> gave no idea what the going rate for a rarely used second-hand model
> might be. Indeed, is there a market for second-hand coffee grinders?
>
> Any ideas where I could sell it and for how much? I am in the UK.
>
> I decided I wasn't happy with the time it took to grind beans and make
> the coffee in the Europiccola, given how little I used it. For me it all
> just wasn't worth the effort :-(
>
> I would appreciate any advice.
>
> Cheers.
>

Given that this model is available new for upwards of 120, it's worth
either what someone will pay, or about 80+ at a guess. You never
know with Ebay - it could easily go for the new price or therabouts.

--
Regards, Danny

http://www.gaggia-espresso.com (a purely hobby site)
(apparently bad grammar but I like it that way...)