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  1. I've got a Feld2. Pretty happy with it. Nicely made, nice to use, easy and quick to dial in, etc. I quite enjoy grinding by hand, and I enjoy the fact it takes so little space and isn't made of plastic. From what I can gather having read comments online here and elsewhere, it easily surpasses electric grinders of the same price point and even slightly more in terms of its grind quality. Completely out of interest, how much better would the grind quality be from an electric grinder that costs several hundred pounds more than the Feldgrind?
  2. Recently got hold of a Feldgrind (Feld2) and have a couple of questions I'm hoping someone can help me with: Is there a particular brush that people are using to clean these with? I'm thinking I'm going to need a long, slim, stiff brush to access those burrs. I can't seem to access the instructions at https://coffeeforums.co.uk/showthread.php?30212-Made-By-Knock-Feldgrind-Manual-Tips-amp-Tricks-Modifications/page23 - I get the following error message: "pottolom, you do not have permission to access this page. This could be due to one of several reasons: Your user account may not have sufficient privileges to access this page. Are you trying to edit someone else's post, access administrative features or some other privileged system? If you are trying to post, the administrator may have disabled your account, or it may be awaiting activation." Is there a minimum post count I need to reach before I can access that page for some reason?
  3. Hey people, I'm away for a few days so the Aeropress is getting an outing! I've seen this recipe on the Feldgrind thread: Feldgrind set to 1:6 and 45 second pour/steep/press (for a total time of 2.15) but just wondering if anyone has any other recipes/tips? Cheers!
  4. Hello, As I’m looking at buying an espresso machine for Home in the next couple of months I wondered what opinions were prevalent re grinders currently available. I currently own two MBK handgrinders... a Feldgrind for home (used for V60 and Aeropress) and an Aergrind for work (used for Aeropress). Should I just use my Feldgrind at home and put all my money into an espresso machine or should I buy something like a Eureka Mignon or try and hobble on with the feldgrind until I can source a second hand Mazzer Mini? Any opinions on this are appreciated.
  5. Hi folks, new Mignon means this is surplus to requirements. Great condition but the thin rubber band that sits in the middle of the grinder snapped ages ago! Pics on request. Cheers.
  6. Hi, The hopper on my feldgrind is slipping off (up the way), has anyone else had this issue? I can't see anything I can tighten to keep it on:
  7. So. Recently unpacked my feldgrind. Instruction says 1.6-1.10 for aeropress. Wow! it is SO MUCH finer than im used to grinding with hario skerton! Its almost espresso like fine grind! now all my coffe is just off on this fine grind! I was very happy with 1 scoop of beans for aeropress, 2 scoops for clever dripper, fill with as much water as i can fit in, leave for 20min and drink it! now after 20 minutes coffe tastes super bitter (currently rave signature blend). This morning tried 1 minute brew on aeropress. quite a bit better. What should i adjust first? try to get as rough grind as i was used to on my old grinder? mess around with coffe/water ratios? brew timings? or maybe i was drinking "wrong" coffe for the past year and this is how it is supposed to taste? When i have spare 50£, i will order scale also. than ill start messing around with pour over recipes. for past year "a scoop of beans" and "as much water as i can fit in" was good enough for me... now im slowly trying to improve! SLOWLY!
  8. New integrated dial-lid + crank arm assembly, same burrs as the original. pre-orders before 6/11/17 - £40 discount on the rrp of £140 (inc vat) for December delivery. http://www.madebyknock.com/store/p40/FELD2_%3A_HONED.html pre-orders before 13/11 it's £30 discount and before 20/11 it's £20.
  9. I have a Hausgrind and a Feldgrind. The Feldgrind handle comes off, and so it has a little lid which stops the beans jumping out. The Hausgrind handle stays on at all times, but as a result there is no popper stopper, and beans sometimes jump out. Is there such a thing as a popper stopper for the Hausgrind, or do people have any innovative solutions I haven't considered?
  10. DavidBondy


    As new, barely used and in its cardboard tube. It is finished in black. I am asking £80 including DPD delivery to the mainland UK. My Aergrind renders this grinder redundant. Please note that I shall be unable to despatch before Monday 18th December. David
  11. Looks like MBK will only be making 250 more Feldgrinds before they tool up for the new Aergrinds. There is a special price for the next 100 to order. Just pulled the trigger myself. £105 incl UK P&P and VAT. http://www.madebyknock.com/store/p24/the_feldgrind%3A__October_2014_-_September_2017.html Best Steve
  12. Hello! Long time lurker first time poster! After a year of drinking rave coffe with hario skerton / aeropress / clever dripper, and eyeballing my coffe, i decided to upgrade my game. Ordered knock feldgrind directly from them, as shown in stock, like a week ago "4 in stock" was shown... And now 3 weeks later nothing. No grinder, no response to email. From one side i knew about shipping delays ordering direct from them and i am in no hurry. but from another side? how long does it usually take? and has there been a non delivered grinder? and is there a tracking number after it is shipped? oh and p.s. any nice scale you would recommend?
  13. Barely used and not now required on my forthcoming expedition. I have ordered an Aergrind for future use if and when it arrives! It has the black aluminium body and the 2016 burrs and is still in its cardboard tube. What do you think I should ask for it? David
  14. I have for sale my red feldgrind v1 hand grinder. It's in good condition and comes with original packaging. It's had some use but I would say minimal, maybe twice per week. Looking for 75 pounds shipped in the UK, payment by PayPal.
  15. Mark I Feldgrind in aluminium - very good condition - light occasional use. Includes the handy plastic clip for stowing the handle when not in use. Nowhere currently seems to have Feldgrinds in stock so here's a chance to get one without the pain of having to wait an eternity for delivery:) Price includes delivery. Please, no offers - will happily keep it if it doesn't sell.
  16. Sorry, if this has been asked/answered 1000 times before but cannot find answer on searches - although I'm sure it's buried in a long thread on page 76 or similar! What is a reasonable grind setting for feldgrind & my new aeropress please? I made some pretty bad coffee today so I can see this will take a while mastering!
  17. Has anyone here got one of these beautiful looking Rosco hand grinders? http://www.portaspresso.com/page007.html I'd be interested to hear people's thoughts - especially comparison with Feldgrind or similar/
  18. Hey guys, i have been using weak grinder, worse than hario minimill with a sieve and after sieving out the fines i was getting ok cup of coffe using aeropress and v60, i now own feldgrind for more than a 3 months and im just not satisfied with its results , grind consistency is better for sure, in more coarse settings(for maybe french press) its way way better but still if i want to prepare one small cup of v60 using 15-20 g coffee, to hit 2.5 minute extraction it requires finer grind settings which gives me still a very noticable amount of fines, if i don't sieve out the fines i'm getting noticable worse cup of coffee and even my girlfriend doesn't like the results, without separating the fines (from 15-25% of ground weight) its very easy to taste burnt bitter overextracted part of final cup that ruins it, were my expectations too high for this grinder ? how are you satisfied with its grind quality with finer grind settings ? im suprised by this because i noticed that people use this even for an espresso.
  19. Look like MBK have a new product in development - It's a micro sized feldgrind that's slim enough to fit inside an Areopress. It's going live on Kickstarter tomorrow at 00:01 BST
  20. Hi guys, I was wondering if you could help me out! I ordered a 'made by knock' feldgrind over a month ago and it hasn't arrived. I was just wondering if anyone had a similar wait for theirs or if they had a direct contact that I could use to get in touch with them. Thanks, Lawrie
  21. My car needs its timing belt replacing so something has to go, unfortunately I have chosen my Feldgrind. Great condition, grinds just like new, a few slight wear marks on the handle knob. £85 Delivered
  22. I am looking at purchasing a manual coffee grinder to go with my Rok espresso maker and was wondering if anyone has any recommendations? I have had a brief look around at the Feldgrind, Lido 2 and Rok grinder but can't seem to decide between them. Has anyone compared these or are they all pretty much the same quality and ease of use wise? Thanks, Garth
  23. I bought a black Feldgrind from Machina Espresso in February 2016 to give to my son, which I did. When I saw him last weekend he finally confessed that he had never used it (sticking with his electric grinder) and gave it back to me, in its box, never taken out and never used. I had also got the Dylan produced 3D clips to hold the lid and handle in place when travelling - and he gave those back to me, too. The first time it came out of the box was this morning when I took it out to photograph. I saw that the rubber O ring between the body of the grinder and the grind chamber had split and assume that it arrived like that. I paid £121 (incl VAT; they are now £139 on the Machina site) plus £9 for the 3D clips. I'll sell the grinder and clips and include postage for £100 (by bank transfer, not PayPal). (Sorry about the sideways photos - they're not sideways in my iPhoto library and I don't know how to fix it.)
  24. I'm looking for something to experiment with over the next few months, trying V60, aeropress, espresso etc. Originally I was looking at an MC2 and also thinking of the Mignon but the price would be a big stretch. The other option I'm considering is the Feldgrind, seems to be much better at swapping between the various brew methods than the stepless electric ones but how does it stack it up against those for expresso usage? Is the hand grind effort going to be a put-off for 4-6 espressos a day?
  25. Hi, I have finally managed to finish my home setup for making coffee, aiming for quality and small footprint. The tray is 44 x 36 cm. How many different ways of making coffee can you identify?
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