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Behmor 1600 Roaster

The Behmor 1600.

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  • The Behmor 1600.
  • This is the square hole where the drum mounts. Not exactly easy.
  • Vents on the side of the machine for air intake.
  • Detail of quartz halogen heating elements.
  • Behmor control panel.
  • Gasket that traps smoke in the roaster.
  • Catalytic convertor  means the roaster is basically smokeless except on very dark roasts.
  • The Behmor 1600 features automatic roast curves, pre-programmed roast times (with the ability to override), a smoke-reduction feature, and an automatic cooling cycle.
  • UL rating sticker
  • Behmor logo on roaster
  • Detail of light and exhaust.
  • Warning sticker on front. Be warned!
  • The simple clasp that closes the drum.
  • The drum.

Behmor 1600 Roaster

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We are expecting our next shipment to arrive in late April. Thanks for your patience.

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$299.00

Quick Overview

 


The Behmor home coffee roaster is a simple, easy to use unit with a smoke reduction feature that makes it a pleasure to use indoors. Even when roasting 3/4 of a pound.


This roaster makes perfect sense for those who want to roast their own coffee once a week, or those who roast coffee for the office, for family, or for gift-giving. It has pre-programmed roast times, heat curves, and an automatic cooling cycle.


Best of all, it brings the drum-style coffee roaster down to a more affordable level; at $299 it is nearly half the cost of all other drum coffee roasters on the market.


The Behmor roaster has a strong feature set, but it's not without its quirks. We have composed a thorough extended review of the machine, with data compiled from months of testing the pre-production model of the roaster. We encourage you to read our review, scan for relevant parts, or at the minimum read our summary comments. Perhaps it seems odd, but we are rather critical of our products, since the goal is to match the right machine to the right person.


The Behmor is rated at 120v. If you live in a country with 220v oulets, using an adaptor won't work.


Behmors are tested before they leave the factory so if you see a little discoloration of the grill protecting the heating elements of your brand new roaster, it's a good thing.