Originally Posted by Chippy_Tea
The Grainfather is designed and engineered in New Zealand (where the head office, Imake Ltd is). The parts have been sourced from Asia. The Grainfather is then assembled in locally in each market.
Yes, pretty much like most things
In the end, he couldn't deny the BM's superiority though, despite not mashing in properly. And he spent some time arguing the GF's future potential with modifications. I agree with the guy, but currently there's no comparison between the two systems. The GF is an interesting prototype worth developing. The BM is better IMHO. But as I wrote elsewhere on the thread, I would have considered a GF, but they weren't on the market when I coughed up. It'll be interesting to learn from user experiences now they're being sold by LHBSs...