La Pavoni Commercial Coffee Grinder 2.2-Pound Capacity Hopper

La Pavoni Commercial Coffee Grinder 2.2-Pound Capacity Hopper

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La Pavoni Commercial Coffee Grinder 2.2-Pound Capacity Hopper, Multiple Grind Settings

  • Coffee grinder
  • Commercial quality
  • Tempered steel burrs
  • Made in Italy

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Product Description

La Pavoni Zip-B commercial coffee grinder, large 2.2-pound capacity hopper, multiple grind settings from fine Turkish to coarse grind. Seal lock hopper slide prevents spillage. 5-Year replacement guarantee on tempered steel burrs. Built-in 58 millimeter push-down tamper. Steel case, black and red. Made in Italy

 

Product Information

Product Dimensions 13 x 8 x 21 inches

Item Weight 29 pounds

Shipping Weight 30.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)

Department Small Appliances

Manufacturer European Gift and Houseware

ASIN B0055IZ8I6

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Item model number ZIP-B

Customer Reviews 5 out of 5 stars 1 customer review

Best Sellers Rank #521,321 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)

Date first available at Amazon.com October 26, 2007

 

 

Top Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5 stars

13 Years and still going strong——By ADF (June 12, 2013)

I purchased my La Pavoni Zip in April of 2000. Plenty of coffee has run through the mill and I have used this machine daily for 13 years without any issues whatsoever.

Looking at it I decided it’s finally time to renew the burrs (which cost less than $50 from dealers). Inspecting the interior, it is “as new” with the exception of normal, uniform wear to the grinding surfaces (still grinds fine as I write this).

So what more can I say about this fine, robust appliance? The hopper exactly fits a standard 1,000 gram bag of imported espresso, it’s simple to disassemble the grinding chamber for inspection or to clear a foreign object if need presents, and it runs forever. I paid $450.00 for mine back then, today they sell on line for around $850, a good deal if you want to buy one and forget fiddling with it for more than a decade of steady grinding. Well, inspecting the interior led me to write this review, it’s seldom that one can speak so well of an old appliance.