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HOMIER Coffee Bean Roaster, Electric Coffee Roaster Machine for

$55

HOMIER Coffee Bean Roaster, Electric Coffee Roaster Machine for

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Product description

HOMIER Upgrade Electric Coffee Roaster Machine for Home Use, Coffee Shop, and Commercial Use.

Want to bake the coffee bean and make the coffee? With our premium coffee bean roaster machine, you can enjoy the delicious coffee with your own effort and participation. Temperature 100-240℃adjstable, adjust it freely according to your needs. Fully automatic operation, easy to use. Suitable for roasting coffee beans and baking other beans, peanuts, chestnut, and popcorn. Buy it now, give yourself a colorful life!

Specifications:

Rated voltage: 110V
Input power: 800W
Capacity: 750g
Package size: 34×34×21cm(13.4×13.4×8.26")
Gross weight: 3kg

How to use:

1. Turn on the beans roasting machine and preheat for 30 seconds
2. Pour in coffee beans
3. Bake, taking care of the roasting time to prevent the coffee from burning
4. Cooling, screening residual residue
5. Store

Packing List:

1 × Coffee Beans Roasting Machine
1 × Glass cover
1 × US Plug
1 × User manual

HOMIER Coffee Bean Roaster, Electric Coffee Roaster Machine for

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