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Keurig B60 Special Edition Gourmet Single-Cup Home-Brewing System
The Special Edition Brewing System is our mid-luxury home brewing system that offers a blend of styling and convenient features. The Special Edition features chrome accents, a blue, back lit LCD display and three brew size options. Programmable features include a Digital Clock, Adjustable Temperature and Auto On/Off. The 48-ounce removable water reservoir holds up to eight cups before refilling and for the removable drip tray allows for easy cleaning and the use of travel mugs.At initial set up, once the machine is filled with water, it will take approximately 4-minutes for the water will be heated. During the heating period the red light next to ‘HEATING’ on the LED Control Center will become illuminated. Once the water is heated, the red light will turn off and the Small Mug Button will flash. Press the Small Mug Button to start a cleansing brew. Pour the hot water into the sink. The Brewer may take 15 seconds to reheat water between brews during which time the red light next to ‘HEATING’ on the LED Control Center may be illuminated. When the water has heated, the red light will turn off. The one-time set-up process is now complete and you are ready to brew!
I've owned several bicycles since I first came here...
1. Three-speed black bicycle -- two flat tires. One of two bicycles I bought from the guy who lived in my apartment before. I parked it in the middle of Maebashi and got a ride home, then promptly forgot about it because I had...
2. A single-speed red bicycle. The second of two bicycles I bought from the guy who lived here before me. It didn't survive very long; a high school student careened into me and completely bent the front wheel, so I had to sell it and get...
3. Another single-speed red bicycle. It was used, so it was cheap. I got in the habit of not using the lock on the back wheel (all Japanese bikes have them) when I was at school -- I figured nobody would steal a bike at school. Well, one of the elementary kids apparently thought it would be a riot to take my key, so I ended up breaking off the lock... which led to me getting stopped by the police numerous times so they could check my registration and confirm that I hadn't stolen the bike. I also had a chain lock that I used, just for safety's sake... not that it helped. I went to Tokyo one day and came back at 1 in the morning to find it gone, so I bought...
4. This bike. Silver, three-speed, very nice, very expensive. All of my bicycles have had lights; the kind where you push a lever and it snaps against the wheel to make a light. Well, this one actually makes light without direct contact with the wheel. I'm not exactly sure how it works; there's either a flywheel or a magnet in the center of the wheel, and that powers the light when it's dark.
This was taken outside of a convenience store.
Picked up another bike last week and instantly began a restoration project. The condition it was quite deplorable when I bought—covered in PBR stickers, converted to fixed gear and spray planted pink and lime green. Honestly, it was awful. But I saw it had potential and was pretty cheap.
I started out by stripping it down to the frame and then took the paint to bare steel with paint stripper. After it was clean steel, I sanding down the imperfections and sprayed with two can of cream-colored BBQ Rustoleum and a full can of Rustoleum clear lacquer. All in all it turned out great. Once it was back together, I installed some Daper Dan grips leather grips from Portland Design Works. I also installed some front brakes since I converted it to single speed.
It rides amazing now. Took a long ride today around town without a hitch. Very solid bike and still under 300 bucks.
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