hthec The little Nurri is a concept, Antonio wanted to make it a pressure profiler using the vibration pump, I personally felt it would be better as a small PID controlled low energy consumption dual boiler machine. I thought he could have a lot of success with it, if he kept the development, clean and tight to produce a cost effective product. Possibly concentrating on this instead of the GTO. I don’t have any idea of it’s name yet.
At the lever dinner, I did indeed get my hands on the Argos and had a chat with Ross. The Argos looks nice and is very well made, I think it will completely overshadow the Vectis on price and function, if Fracinos past performance is any indication of Vectis innovation and Londiniums subsequent pricing.
I had my phone in my pocket at the dinner, but simply forgot, to take photos and video for some reason. There was a Nurri Lever there, a Manument and of course the Evo. I met Lance Hedrick there as well…
The event was open to Joe public, SCAA members tickets were 30 euro for 1 day, non members 45 and for 3 days 15 euro more on those prices. The big problem is hotel costs if you want to be close to the exhibition, I was literally 3 or 4 minutes walk from the building. For people further out, there was a taxi strike for 3 or 4 days, so Uber, which of course was more expensive and difficult to get, was the only alternative.
Events like Host (next one Host 23) are a bit more expensive….and other smaller ones like the Trieste Coffee festival which I will attend on an exhibitors stand, are