Having read the recent roasting stories I’m quite tempted by this. The huge blocker with roasting for me is that I don’t have the space to do it outside and there’s no way I’d get away with piping exhausts out the window.
The Ikawa can apparently be used indoors, and I believe is designed to do so.
Knowing next to nothing about roasting, I wondered what the drawbacks to this machine are? Obviously it’s 100g which is small, but apparently you can feed the green beans in back to back as it roasts so 300g would take half an hour.
A few people seem irked that you have to pay a subscription to use the full editing tools (you get presets to download if not subscribing I think) but I figure if you’re spending this much on a roaster a subscription fee isn’t huge and opens up a lot of functionality.
Before I make a £1200 mistake, does it look like it’s a good roaster?