- 商品の寸法: 35.6 x 25.4 x 35.6 cm ; 4.13 Kg
- 発送重量: 4.1 Kg
- メーカー型番： CR-1010-PRR
- ASIN: B000UCRYYS
- Amazon.co.jp での取り扱い開始日: 2012/1/4
- カスタマーレビュー: 評価の数 90
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- Nesco CR-1010-PRR Coffee Bean Roaster, 800-watt
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Premium coffee bean roaster with patented catalytic technology to reduce smoke and odor;Creates an even roast and uniform color while controlling the roast from light to dark;Roast up to 1/3 lb of coffee beans in only 20 to 30 Minutes, enough for 36 cups of coffee;Make your own coffee blends and roast at a fraction of the cost of store bought;Quiet and easy to operate
This unit is self-contained. I guess the controls aren't as adjustable as other options but again...INSIDE the house is a huge benefit. Doesn't smoke and stink. Doesn't set off fire alarms. There is some aroma, but it's not unpleasant. You can adjust the time. It does what it's supposed to do. I got the unit a couple of months ago, and have run it probably 15 times. No issues so far but if I do have any I'll update the review. I also don't have time to stand there and shake around the coffee beans to make sure they don't get burnt, with this you don't have to. I wouldn't leave it to run and leave the house though because yes if something fails there could be an issue with fire. One batch makes enough for almost 2 full pots of coffee (and I use a fair amount of coffee).
Update 7/5/2015: Still using regularly with no issues. Wipe it clean when done. Makes a nice aroma in the house but zero smoke so yay.
Update: my fifth broke and Nesco is now refusing to replace it.
FIVE units have each broken in less than two months each. So sad.
basically, its easy to use and the coffee quality is very good.. not great.. but very good...
in any case, more fun than buying stale coffee at the supermarket.
It's too bad that shoddy construction ruined such an otherwise acceptable product.
I myself am a beginner roaster. In fact, I've done about a dozen roasts now, since I've gotten the machine. I've got 7 types of beans and I've been trying different variations. My very first roast was 1/2 cup (roughly 82 grams), which is WAY lower than the minimum, and I ran it for the standard 20 minutes for 1) to break-in the machine and the cat converter, and 2) just to get the first roast done and chalk it up to experience. I had no intentions of consuming the first roast. So the first roast was darker than dark, didn't smell like much until the next day, which smelled kinda nice but not really. Two days later, it smelled like charcoal. What more did I expect?
So my next barrage were at 1/2 cup @ 15 minutes and @ 16 or 17 minutes. These turned out to be light roasts and the beans still smelled a bit beany. That's ok; more experience. Then I started working up to 3/4 cup (1 cup is way too much, the beans won't be able to circulate well once they've doubled in size), progressively working from 17 minutes to 30 minutes. So far, I'm liking my beans at FC+ and the 30 minutes (max) that this machine allows doesn't seem like enough. I'm having to watch each roast, stopping the machine at the beginning of the 5 minute mark, otherwise it will cool the beans prematurely, and reset the machine to begin another (short) cycle. I'll give the roast another 5 minutes on the clock before I hit the "COOL" button.
If this machine can't sustain a roast cycle for FC level, it for sure won't be able to get you French unless you lower your volume to a little over 1/2 cup of beans at a time.
Just to put this into perspective, at 150 grams of beans (a little more than 3/4 cup, to the max level), after a FC+ roast, you actually end up with about 125 grams of roasted beans. For espresso, a double shot is roughly 14 grams, but I like mine around 17 grams, giving me roughly 7 drinks (if there are no sinkers). I do four coffee drinks daily which is sufficient, but I'll be short 1 drink the following day. This is a little inconvenient to roast every other day.
The other reason why I classify this roaster as "a roaster for those who just want to roast", even at the FC+ level, moisture level is still a bit high and my grinder bogs, then clogs during grinding, even on coarser grinds. A decent roaster should at least have a drying-cycle to pre-heat and dry the beans before roasting. Since I'm a beginning roaster, I might not know what I'm talking about, but I've been grinding off-the-shelf coffee beans like Starbucks (yuck), Peet's, and a few other name brand beans and my grinder handles them flawlessly. Then the beans that come out of this roaster bogs and clogs.
I still rate this roaster rather high (3-star) because it's a very good learning tool, and that's how I look at it. I normally rate 4-stars for products I feel are good products, and 5-stars are very rate for me.