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  1. Thanks for the tip orsd - I didn’t know there could be issues if you stack more than 10 16.9 bottles! This might be an issue as water is expected to be the #1 seller, however we did want to sell cans of soda as well. Given this limitation, what is the max amount of water bottles the 501E can vend? I appreciate the offer! I am located in NYC - please shoot me a PM (if we aren’t too far location wise, I’d be happy to pick up)
  2. Thanks for your insight AngryChris. Yes, 16.9 oz bottles are preferred as the church goes through a lot of bottled water. We want to be able to buy inventory through Sam’s/Costco and avoid bottlers. I also agree with your statement on cans and would like the option of vending both - the 501E seems to be the most recommended option. I’m not too concerned regarding recouping my investment, and I appreciate the warning. I’d like to leave something in place that is easily managed without too much difficulty.
  3. Hello, newbie here who is planning on purchasing and donating a bottle vending machine for my local church. I have a budget in mind of $1,500 and want to buy a good, dependable machine. Based on the popular opinion here, it seems Dixie Narcos are the way to go - I can purchase an older refurbished model. A bevmax 4 is nice, and I’m wondering if it’s worth saving up for that instead. In either case - I thought I’d open up the discussion to the more experienced members of this great forum: How would you spend $1,500 today if you wanted a reliable and easy to operate machine?
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