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Hey guys, I found a guy selling this machine, he says it's a Bevmax 4. Anyone know if that's what this actually is? Price is 2900 which actually sounds low to me for a 4, any input is much appreciated, thank you.
I've been really interested in the bevmax 4 lately for a few reasons. First of all, it seems as though they're very reliable based on a lot of people's experiences here. Also, the range of products that can be vended seems very wide. My questions: are there any common problems anyone runs into with these machines? Also, I understand that they are in the range if 6-7000 brand new, but I can't seem to find anything used. If I do find something used as far as a bevmax 4 goes, are there any specific software updates that need to be made? Currently the only Glass fronts I own are AMS visi combos, which I do like, but they do seem to run a little loud which I'm not the biggest fan of.
Hello, I have been researching various glass-front soda machines and have narrowed my choices down to the Vendo Vue 40 and Dixie Narco Bevmax 4. I currently operate snack machines but don't know much about glass-front soda machines. I intend to place the machine in an office breakroom with roughly 250 employees. My questions are as follows: 1. Which machine is best? 2. Are refurbished machines safe to purchase, or is it better to fork out the cash for a brand new machine? 3. What types of mechanical problems have you experienced or heard of? Any help or information you can provide will be greatly appreciated. Happy vending!
I recently acquired a couple of locations that deal with a lot more traffic than I am accustomed to. I use DN 501E soda machines in most of my location with the exception of a couple of DN 5591 glassfronts, Due to the higher traffic and higher profit potential of these locations, I began looking into the newer glassfronts with robotic arms. I picked up a Royal Vision RVV 500- 40 in pristine condition for 1500 a couple of days ago and am looking into buying a Bevmax 4 for 1100 thats in mint condition. This is a lot more than I'm used to paying for my machines but I am under the impression that this is a necessary investment if I want to keep up with any competition that might come along. I was wondering if you guys think this is a necessary approach to higher traffic locations, or should i stick with what I know and keep rolling out the older reliable dixie narco's. This is a big investment for me and i want to be sure that I am moving in the right direction. I can get 3 machines for the price im paying for one of the machines. Any advice is appreciated as I am looking to expand my business and knowledge is my greatest asset.