Storing the bullet in hot temperatures


The optimum space I have to keep my bullet stored is in a conservatory. This would expose it to extreme temperatures - up to 40°c or 0°c in UK. Putting the performance of the roast itself aside for a moment, would this cause problems with the actual bullet itself?


0-40°C should not be a problem during storage.

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That’s good to know, thanks @jacob .

Is there a maximum it can be stored at safely?

It sounds silly thinking of a roaster that can withstand high temperatures for roasting, but I wouldn’t want to damage any electronics on the outside, for example.

But sounds promising that keeping it stored in the conservatory is an option :slight_smile:

I don’t see what could possibly deteriorate even at 45C or higher.