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For sale my CEADO E8 grinder. I bought it on nov 2014, but i started using it from mid January 2015 after i sold here my major. I'm the 2nd owner, this is an ex demo unit in immaculate condition with still original burrs that work great. I run through it no more than 8kg of coffee until now. It's very quiet, doser is accurate so no mess around. It comes complete of 2 tampers that can be attached to the doser, user manual, plastic tray, and its original box so shipping wouldn't be problem. Asking price is 360£ including shpping cost to UK by courier (tracked and insured). Cheers Link for grinder spec: http://www.ceado.com/en/product/52.html
My Mazzer Mini doser works well, good bearings, lens hood mod so very little retention. But it's messy and I'm getting tired of a doser. I kind of have an upgrade path ready because I bought 2 cheap Mazzer SJs to play around with (haven't been delivered yet) - at least one will become on demand with some kind of mod. I'm just getting a kind of itchy upgraditis..... I'm a bit fascinated by grinders and have been researching plenty of them - have lots of pics and specs on my computer. I like the idea of bigger burrs in a small footprint - stating the bleeding' obvious here. Someone will say Niche but I haven't subscribed. It'll be either OD or convertible without much hassle. So: Ideal Machines I probably can't afford: Fiorenzato Doge Subito OD Anfim Super Caimano Anfim SCODY II MACAP MXD Fiorenzato F75E Ceado E15 or E92 Machines I probably could afford: A whole bunch of older grinders with 64mm burrs, of which the SJ is a good example and I have 2 coming anyway.... I did bid on a Ceado E6P on eBay and it went just above what I had in mind which was around £240. That looked like a good buy for somebody. I also missed out on an Anfim Caimano, could have bid a bit higher. So any bright ideas? No rush - this is probably a long-term upgrade and in the meantime I'm following a few items on eBay.
We have: Ceado E37S https://www.perfectespresso.ro/en/produs/titanium-grinding-burr-set-ceado-e37s---83mm-flat--1104/ https://www.diecrema.com/coffee-grinders/ceado/ersatz-mahlscheibenpaar-fur-macap-m2.html Mazzer Major 83x49x9.6mm RH Part No. FMA00151A https://www.theespressoshop.co.uk/en/Mazzer-Major-Grinder-Burrs-Pair-OEM---FMA00151A/m-3499.aspx Compak K8 post 2003, 83x49x9.5 https://www.espressoplanet.com/coffee-and-espresso-Compak-K8-Steel-Flat-Burr-Set-83mm.html Fiorenzato 83x44x10mm http://www.espressoworkshop.com/cgi-bin/page.pl?page=1736&title=Fiorenzato-Burrs-83mm-Right Fiorenzato Doge to Major comparison: https://www.home-barista.com/grinders/no-surprise-burr-shape-matters-t19268.html "While the holes aren't in exactly the same place the Major burrs do fit the Doge burr holders. The Doge burrs are 83 x 45 x 10 and the Major burrs are 83 x 49 x 9.6. Outer diameter is the same but the inner diameter is a little smaller. The Major burr has a little steeper angle and a little more "cup" in the shape of the grind face. The shape definitely makes a difference in the grind and speed. The Major burr throws the ground coffee out a little faster and with less grind retention. It also seems to make grinds that are a little stickier with same beans and grind setting. I was surprised to see the difference the shape made! How does it taste in the cup? Well, the Major IMO gives a little cleaner taste and maybe allows better flexibility in dialling in the shot". So Questions: 1. Are these all compatible with each other? 2. What should we make of the differences in shape, and any effect on taste?