Our stock of Behmor 1600’s are now in stock and all pre-orders have been shipped out. I opened up and tested a couple units and there were as expected. They now have a new clasp on the drum that I like quite a bit. Much more secure. I will get a photo up this weekend.
You will see two options. A non-labeled USA model and a Canada model. The ONLY difference is that I have included and defrayed a little of the Canadian shipping costs for our friends up north.
A few notes and reminders.
- 2 lbs is my recommended minimum. Less than that and you run the risk of over roasting.
- Don’t forget to register your Behmor online with Behmor.com. It’s is how warranty information is tracked.
- Don’t forget to read your manual. A lot of it is geared for coffee, but it has applicable information. In particular, don’t fail to do an initial “dry burn” before roasting for the first time and while you are not forgetting things, check the underside of the chaff tray for residual sealing plastic. The factory sometimes leaves a bit and it smokes if you roast it.
- Finally, there are a number of “warning” labels on the roaster that are meant to be removed before roasting. The glue used sometimes is a little too good. If it is still tacky after you take it off, a little nail polish remover does a good job of cleaning it up.
And as always, if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to ask.