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What is it: owners of coffee machines with E.S.E.Pads will know the problem: once the coffee is made you need to get the pad out of the machine and dispose it. I found it very annoying to use a spoon or whateever lay around to get the pad out of the machine - so this was the solution:
The PADbutler frees the pad out of the machine- it falls on the plate of the PADbutler and you can easily dispose it, without touching the hot and wet pad.
The pictures were taken with a fresh coffee-pad, but this only because I did not want to drink an espresso at 9 p.m., instead of taking the pictures after preparing a real coffee.- but the procedure remains the same ; ).
IMPORTANT: The PADbutler requires a handle with outer-diameter of 30mm, in my case it is a red painted wood. (in my case it is only 28mm). If different inner diameter for the handle is required please contact me - I will change the model as requested.
Basicdesign, and as shown on the pictures is metallic plastic, but of course simple plastic is possible too.
If you have any thoughts on my product, please let me know.