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file Riding the Atomic wave..

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15 years 2 months ago #2 by Colin
Riding the Atomic wave.. was created by Colin
Okay folks -

I have never had an atomic (Frederick has 20 of them)
There are many out there (most of them in Australia)
Many people are looking for parts (there seems to be ONE parts
supplier)

Frederick has jumped on the bandwagon by going to
the extreme of making jugs for the Atomic.
Yes, we are talking complete clones of the original
Atomic jug in cast aluminum complete with the
original, yet improved, spout and handles from
Bon Trading in Sydney.

Strange Atomic times indeed!

Colin - editor and creator - coffeecrew.com
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15 years 2 months ago #6 by Bruce in Sydney
Replied by Bruce in Sydney on topic Re:Riding the Atomic wave..
For those tho want to know or need to know, the main parts grannies for Atomic espresso in Australia are:

Bon Trading - Woolhara - Sydney: 02 9331 2007

There are interesting ladies..

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15 years 2 months ago #8 by Amy
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Actually...Frederick had to replicate the spout. That's a story in itself. Hopefully, Frederick will tell the readers how he did it when things at the factory quite down a little. The handles were purchased from Bon Trading. ;)
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15 years 1 month ago #9 by dave
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Yes, Frederick-of-the-Isles, do tell!

The public at large in Australia might just ask our Queen to promote him with a knightship for his efforts (were she to be an atomic fan, it might just happen).

He might need to join Colin's band first, the way things have been going.

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