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Allen Kramer

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Allen Kramer asked a question about a product...
at 04-03-2013 11:10pm
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A

The Mazzer mini electronic type A is being sold at (http://www.1stincoffee.com/mazzer-mini-electronic.htm) for 878; they sell the type a and b for the same price, as does seattle coffee gear; you sell the The Mazzer mini electronic type B for 799 with the extended warranty; can you price match your type B mini electroic Mazzer, if not, the price at 1stincoffee (while keeping the extended warrenty);;

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A A Allen,
Please call our sales department at 1-888-411-5282 option 1 to discuss price matching. Thank you!

04-04-2013 12:36pm |

James Morgan

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at 07-06-2012 12:15pm
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A

What is the height withe the short hopper?

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mjackson ♦ James,

The height with the short hopper will be just under 17 inches. Here are the actual dimensions.Size: 16.7"H x 7"W x 11"D

07-09-2012 8:37am |

magichour0526

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at 04-02-2012 10:22pm
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A

Hello

Is this Machine a Type A ?
How many volts is this grinder?

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Mike Russo ♦ Magichour...What great questions and thank you. This machine is the Type A and is 120 volts. If your would like more specifications fort his grinder check out the following link:
http://www.wholelattelove.com/itemwall.cfm?itemID=533. Thanks

04-04-2012 9:05am |

Justin Busch

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at 09-01-2011 1:56pm
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A

Do you have this grinder in Black, if so is it in stock?

Also, I am local (Rochester Area) Can I pick this up at your location as opposed to shipping the item? If I pick this up would I have to pay sales tax?

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mjackson ♦ I can get you one we usually have only silver. If you want I cant discount any and yes you can pick up here.

09-02-2011 9:18am |

Bob Von Kaenel

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at 02-10-2011 1:29pm
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A

What's different about the "Type B" from the regular Electronic?

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Zack Smith Bob, The difference between the machine is just the location for the dosing controls. On the type "A" they are located on the top of the machine while the type "B" has the controls located on the bottom.

02-11-2011 11:40am |

Bob Von Kaenel

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at 02-10-2011 12:27am
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A

Mazzer Mini......What's the difference between the Electronic and the Electronic "P".

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mjackson ♦ The difference is only in the finish. The P stands for polished. Both grinders will perform equally well.

02-10-2011 8:48am |

Don Harvey

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at 08-18-2010 2:00pm
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A

What is the difference b/w this and the TypeB?

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rorlando The Type A grinder is programmable on the top of the grinder for a single, double, or manual grind. The Type B grinder has a switch at the bottom of the grinder that is activated by pressing the porta filter against the switch. Pushing the button one time for a single, two times for a double, press and hold for manual.

08-18-2010 3:47pm |

Robert Becker

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at 04-27-2010 4:54pm
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A
Mazzer Mini Electronic Type A

I am looking for an excellent espresso machine and grinder. I have space for a smaller HX or double boiler machine and am looking at those. I will be making with a few exceptions just one or two drinks a day, in order of frequency, Americanos or Crema coffee, espresso, cappuchino, and an occasional latte for my wife.

I am used o turning a machine on and not worrying so much about it. I have an old Krups and thought about moving up to a Rancilio bu the looks, reliability and shot quality of the HX and double boilers are drawing my attention up there. What do you suggest?

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TechMilanoItalia If you have the room and the budget, the HX machines will give you the most 'bang for the buck' as far as shot quality and reliability. They are generally built as low-volume commercial machines. You may want to consider the Expobar Office line or the Brasilia Mini Classic. Please give our expert sales staff a call for their best suggestions.

05-04-2010 5:39pm |