Fresh Roast SR-540 Air Roaster Review

Fresh Roast SR-540 Air Roaster
Overall Rating
90
Roast Quality (40%)
90
Design & Features (20%)
90
Durability (20%)
88
Ease of Use (10%)
90
Brand Reputation (10%)
90
The Bottom Line
The Fresh Roast SR-540 has 4 oz capacity and is the successor to the popular SR-500. It maintains everything people loved about the original while adding additional heat and speed options.
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Key Features of the Fresh Roast SR-540 Air Roaster

Key Features of Fresh Roast SR-540 Air Roaster

Fresh Roast SR-540 Air Roaster Overview

A transparent chamber makes it easy to observe the beans during roasting, and the chaff collector makes cleanup a lot less messy.

New to this model is a range of extra heat and speed options that really elevate it to a new level. There are nine levels for both, allowing curious roasters to control the process with a lot of precision. It also offers real-time temperature readings from inside the chamber.

The only real downside is its relatively small size: a 4oz capacity will need pretty regular roasts to meet the needs of a coffee-loving household.

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Fresh Roast SR-540 Air Roaster
The Fresh Roast SR-540 has 4 oz capacity and is the successor to the popular SR-500. It maintains everything people loved about the original while adding additional heat and speed options.

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