Coffee Filter Machines
davehodg at gmail.com
Thu Jun 5 20:00:45 BST 2008
On 5 Jun 2008, at 14:32, Christopher Jones wrote:
>> I confess to being a little ashamed to have to ask this of you good
>> people, but:
>> - coffee **filter** machine
>> - under 80-ish quid, delivered 
>> - still available for purchase
>> - tested under frequently/daily usage
>> We expressly don't want espresso, bean grinding, water filter,
>> thermally lined jugs, digital timer features, etc. Basic is better
>> here, although a hot plate is essential.
>>  10-20 quid would seem like it ought to be sufficient, but we'd
>> rather pay a little more and not get rubbish that doesn't last.
> Instead of spending £80 on one good-ish machine, why not spend £75
> and buy 5 x £15 machines. Combine four of them in a kind of coffee-
> machine-equivalent of RAID5 to provide redundancy and increased
> performance, and keep the other as a "hot-spare". Alternatively, use
> one and just have the other four as "cold spares", tucked away in a
> cupboard somewhere, ready for action.
This is the first reply and the route I was going down. BIG fan of
Tesco/Argos £5 kettles/toasters/irons etc. etc.
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