Does anyone have any experience with the Speedster?  If so I would love to hear your evaluation.  If you had it to do over would you buy the same machine?

Thanks,
Bob

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Literally everything Kees builds is fantastic, that being said, if you haven't read what Mark Prince said about his Speedster, do it HERE.
Thank you John.

I have read his review many times and a few things were not clear to me that I have since figured out. I am trying to beat the price increase May 1 but have some issues with the drain that I have to figure out.

Thanks for the note.


John P said:
Literally everything Kees builds is fantastic, that being said, if you haven't read what Mark Prince said about his Speedster, do it HERE.
Robert Bedwell said:
Thank you John.

I have read his review many times and a few things were not clear to me that I have since figured out. I am trying to beat the price increase May 1 but have some issues with the drain that I have to figure out.

Thanks for the note.


John P said:
Literally everything Kees builds is fantastic, that being said, if you haven't read what Mark Prince said about his Speedster, do it HERE.

Regarding drain issues, all you need to remember is that "shit flows downhill" (to quote an old plumber).

Perhaps you could clarify what these issues are and we might help?
Ha...how true it is! The problem is that our home is built on a concrete slab and to install a new drain requires tearing up the hardwood floor and the concrete underneath to connect to a drain. There is a diswasher about ten feet away but the plumbed in system for my existing machine is already in place. I have to think this one through. Thanks for your thoughts.

Brady said:
Robert Bedwell said:
Thank you John.

I have read his review many times and a few things were not clear to me that I have since figured out. I am trying to beat the price increase May 1 but have some issues with the drain that I have to figure out.

Thanks for the note.


John P said:
Literally everything Kees builds is fantastic, that being said, if you haven't read what Mark Prince said about his Speedster, do it HERE.

Regarding drain issues, all you need to remember is that "shit flows downhill" (to quote an old plumber).

Perhaps you could clarify what these issues are and we might help?
A container beneath the counter/table supporting the Speedster is a simple and practical solution which even if exposed can be attractive.
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That is a very attractive solution to the drain issue. Thanks for sending the photos. I think I have figured out an acceptable solution by placing a pan with handles on the bottom shelf inside the cabinet and run the drain down the back into a hole in the back of the cabinet. I have already got the 220V line set up for installation. Now all I need is the Speedster and sell my GS3 Paddle. I figure I should have it by mid June.

Thanks for taking the time to respond.

Bob
i know someone interested in a gs3 paddle if you are seling it, depending on the price.

Robert Bedwell said:
That is a very attractive solution to the drain issue. Thanks for sending the photos. I think I have figured out an acceptable solution by placing a pan with handles on the bottom shelf inside the cabinet and run the drain down the back into a hole in the back of the cabinet. I have already got the 220V line set up for installation. Now all I need is the Speedster and sell my GS3 Paddle. I figure I should have it by mid June.

Thanks for taking the time to respond.

Bob
Thank you Chris.

Fortunately another poster on CoffeeGeek that I communicate with on a regular basis committed to it as soon as I told him.

If something changes I will get back to you.

Bob

Chris DeMarse said:
i know someone interested in a gs3 paddle if you are seling it, depending on the price.

Robert Bedwell said:
That is a very attractive solution to the drain issue. Thanks for sending the photos. I think I have figured out an acceptable solution by placing a pan with handles on the bottom shelf inside the cabinet and run the drain down the back into a hole in the back of the cabinet. I have already got the 220V line set up for installation. Now all I need is the Speedster and sell my GS3 Paddle. I figure I should have it by mid June.

Thanks for taking the time to respond.

Bob

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